stenotherm


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sten·o·ther·mal

 (stĕn′ə-thûr′məl) also sten·o·ther·mic (-mĭk) or sten·o·ther·mous (-məs)
adj.
Capable of living or growing only within a limited range of temperature.

sten′o·therm′ n.
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stenotherm

(ˈstɛnəʊˌθɜːm)
n
an organism that is only able to live within a narrow parameter of temperatures
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The Subtribe Tanytarsina (which includes the cold stenotherm Micropsectra cf.
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Mostly a filter feeder; a cold water stenotherm; occurs (mostly in permanent mountain ponds and lakes) over much of Canada and the N.
Mostly a filter feeder; a cold water stenotherm; distributed over much of Canada and N.
Mostly a filter feeder; a definite cold water stenotherm; reported mostly from W.
Mostly a filter feeder; cold water stenotherm; in North America, N.
Pisidium (Neopisidium) insigne Gabb, 1868 tiny peaclam Native Mostly a filter feeder; a cold water stenotherm; Western U.
Mostly a filter feeder, and cold water stenotherm, distributed across the N.
ananassae, a strictly tropical species known to be stenotherm and cold sensitive (Cohet et al.
ananassae, which is restricted to tropical areas (David and Tsacas 1981), is basically cold intolerant, with the restricted thermal range of a stenotherm species.
The copepod Limnocalanus macrurus is a cold-water stenotherm found in post-glacial lakes in north temperate and Arctic latitudes of North America, Europe, and Asia.