On the Zalmi website, it explains that 'Peshawar is the part of the country where the concept of endothermy
is long extinct and the blood running down is boiling hot.'
and floral utilization of Cyclocephala caelestis (Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea: Melolonthidae): a cloud forest endemic beetle.
Interspecific comparisons of endothermy
in honey bees (Apis): deviations from the expected size related patterns.
Second, metabolic costs associated with endothermy
should also influence food chain lengths.
Activity metabolism of anuran amphibians: implications for the origin of endothermy
. American Naturalist 121: 94-109.
& MICO, E., 2007.- Roles of endothermy
in niche differentiation for ball-rolling dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) along an altitudinal gradient.
That behavioral comparison itself suggests enhanced endothermy
for opah, says physiologist Robert Shadwick of the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, who wasn't part of the study.
Scientists define these different strategies as "endothermy
" (endo for inside; therm for heat) and "ectothermy".
An alternative to dinosaur endothermy
: The happy wanderers.
Further in turn, it was the feeding on ants and termites (myrmecophagy) that supplied the needs of primitive, insectivorous mammals, indeed which still provides the large energy needs of modern shrew-like animals that feed constantly in order to maintain their endothermy
. Of special import, the oldest mammals--mouse-sized and insect-eating--evolved from reptiles (therapsids) ~200 Mya.
and chorusing behaviour in the African platypleurine cicada Pycna .semiclara (Germar, 1834) (Hemiptera: Cicadidae).
in african dung beetle during flight, ball making and ball rolling.