Definition of "thermoregulation" [thermoregulation]
Maintenance of a constant internal body temperature independent from the environmental temperature: mammalian thermoregulation. (noun)
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Use "thermoregulation" in a sentence
"Might they be exapted for a role in thermoregulation (having originally evolved for display)?"
"Maintain neurobehavioral organizational state and physiological stability including oxygenation, heart rate and thermoregulation during transfers and holding."
"The sea is now believed to be the greatest repository of potential pharmaceuticals and the ecosystem services it provides -- such as a sink for carbon and a source of oxygen -- in the thermoregulation of the planet and in biodiversity are invaluable."