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influence of distribution and ecology on the thermoregulation of small birds.

by Charles Gerald Yarbrough

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Body temperature.,
  • Animal heat.,
  • Birds.,
  • Ecology.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 69 leaves
    Number of Pages69
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23421330M
    OCLC/WorldCa13385420

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Influence of distribution and ecology on the thermoregulation of small birds by Charles Gerald Yarbrough Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Published material. Publication info. Notes: Manuscript copy. Thesis--University of Florida, Vita. Subjects. Printed in Great Britain THE INFLUENCE OF DISTRIBUTION AND ECOLOGY ON THE THERMOREGULATION OF SMALL BIRDS CHARLES G.

YARBROUGH* Department of Zoology, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida (Received 8 June ) Abstract. Data from the present study and the literature show that the energetics of thermorulation in small birds are Cited by: TABLEOFCONTENTS Acknowledgements ii ListofTables iv ListofFigures V Abstract viii Introduction 1 MaterialsandMethods 5 Results 7 Discussion 28 HeatLossandHeatGain Accurate and complete information about wild birds from a professional ornithologist.

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Relationship between metabolic rate & size, food habits, & altitude-- McNab () reported that 99% of the variation in metabolic rate among different species of birds of paradise (N = 13) was based on three factors: body weight, food habits and the altitude at which the birds live.

New Guinea is home to most birds of paradise. The birds get their name from the unique circumstances. Metabolism, thermoregulation and evaporative water loss in two species of Australian nectar-feeding birds (family Meliphagidae) C.G YarbroughThe influence of distribution and ecology on the thermoregulation of small birds.

Comp. Biochem. Physiol., 39 (), pp. Google pacificwomensnetwork.com by: Ecology of Water Relations and Thermoregulation. snakes suggest that salinity constrains their current distribution, especially in groups thought to resemble early transitional forms between. Jun 26,  · The UK distribution models that included the modification for thermoregulation indicate that, as a consequence of larval thermoregulation, A.

urticae and I. io are able to persist at more northern latitudes than would otherwise be possible, maybe as much as. Thermoregulation is the ability of an organism to keep its body temperature within certain boundaries, even when the surrounding temperature is very different. A thermoconforming organism, by contrast, simply adopts the surrounding temperature as its own body temperature, thus avoiding the need for internal thermoregulation.

Because nearly all birds physically incubate their eggs, altering the nest environment may be an important but previously overlooked way parents can influence their offspring’s phenotype. Here, we tested the hypothesis that incubation temperature would affect thermoregulation in wood duck (Aix sponsa) hatchlings.

pacificwomensnetwork.com by: We use cookies to make interactions with our website easy and meaningful, to better understand the use of our services, and to tailor advertising. THE INFLUENCE OF SPATIOTEMPORAL VARIATION IN AMBIENT TEMPERATURE ON THE ECOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF BIRDS BY HENRY POLLOCK DISSERTATION Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Biology in the Graduate College of the.

Start studying Homeostasis and Thermoregulation. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Important for thermoregulation in mammals and birds, especially marine animals Skin, Feathers, Blubber, all reduce heat exchange between animals and the environment.

Exhibited by small mammals and birds to. -birds have higher body temp than mammals-birds don't have sweat glands, do evaporation with gular flutter *birds do not follow TLC as mammals because they can increase insulation by fluffing up their feathers to keep warm (air layer in feathers, extremities not exposed).

The influence of spatiotemporal variation in ambient temperature on the ecology and physiology of birds: Ambient temperature has profound effects on the ecology, physiology and distribution of organisms. Ambient temperature regimes vary across spatial and temporal scales and understanding how organisms cope with this variation is a primary Author: Henry S Pollock.

We predicted that highland species would show adaptation to the colder high‐altitude climate and that energy costs of thermoregulation might limit upslope dispersal of lowland natives. We found reductions in thermal conductance, body temperature and lower critical temperature in Cited by: 2.

The importance of body size and temperature distribution in avian thermoregulation There is copious evidence that body temperatures of small birds are generally higher than those of large birds.

This is probably due to small birds h aving a relatively (for their size) larger surface area/body mass ratio from which to lose heat as compared to. EVALUATING TEMPERATURE REGULATION BY FIELD-ACTIVE ECTOTHERMS: THE FALLACY OF THE has called "the fallacy of the inappropriate question." Such a question misleads research efforts by implying that a single answer is possible when, in the present case, a set of answers is thermoregulation by small ectotherms (see below).

We then use field. Ecology, genetics, and evolution of metapopulations. Amsterdam: Elsevier Academic. E-mail Citation» This is the most recent edited volume on metapopulation ecology, genetics, and evolution, with twenty-three chapters covering both metapopulation theory and empirical studies and a.

Temperature Regulation and Behavior Thermoregulation. The ability to maintain a high and constant body temperature enables birds to exploit a remarkable range of habitats -- tropical, temperate, and pacificwomensnetwork.com achievement is not without cost, however.

The "expense" of metabolic heat production must be repaid by taking in sufficient energy to balance what has been expended, and mechanisms must. The influence of distribution and ecology on the thermoregulation of small birds.

Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 39A, Gates D.M. () Body Size, Insulation, and Optimum Body Temperatures of Homeotherms. In: Gates D.M., Schmerl R.B. (eds) Perspectives of Biophysical Ecology.

Ecological Studies (Analysis and Synthesis), vol Cited by: Thermoregulation in poultry How do birds lose heat? Birds do not have sweat glands. To lose heat, they depend upon evaporation of water from the surfaces of their lungs and air sacs.

Evaporation turns liquid water into vapour. The rate of evaporation increases with higher temperatures.Chapter- 5 Factors Influencing Distribution of Birds Introduction: Distribution has been the core of all the geographical sciences and Biogeography is no exception.

One of the tasks of biogeography is to try to explain ‘why organisms, are distributed in the way that they are’. (Robinson, ).