- Ectothermic animals
- Poikilothermic animals
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
Earlier Established Forms
- found: Lesel, R. Microbiology in poecilotherms ... 1990.
- found: Acad. Am. encyc.: v. 3, p. 357 (the so-called cold-blooded animals - the temperature conformers, or poikilotherms - lack effective temperature regulation)
- found: Random House (cold blooded: adj. designating or pertaining to animals, as fishes and reptiles, whose blood temperature ranges from the freezing point upward, in accordance with the temperature of the surrounding medium; poikilothermal)
- found: Chambers biol. dict. (cold-blooded: having a bodily temperature which is dependent on the environmental temperature; poikilothermal)
- found: Britannica Micro.: v. 3, p. 443 (cold-bloodedness, also called poikilothermy, ectothermy or heterothermy, cold-blooded animals, poikilothermus)
- found: Ultsch, G.R. pH and temperature in ectothermic vertebrate, c1996.
- found: Effects of temperature on ectothermic organisms, 1973.
- found: Viral diseases of poikilothermic vertebrates, 1965.
- 1986-02-11: new
- 2009-11-12: revised
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