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What is a temperature control sensor?

\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \na temperature control system relies upon a controller, which accepts a temperature sensor such as a thermocouple or RTD as input. It compares t (MORE)

How do whales control their temperature?

  Answer   Since whales are mammals, they control their temperature the same way humans, and all other mammals do. We are considered "warm" blooded animals, meaning (MORE)

How do jellyfish control their body temperature?

  Jellyfish do not actively control their body temperature, their body temperature is that of the water surrounding them. However, they can swim and could move to, or keep (MORE)

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What controls the body temperature of reptiles?

Reptiles are cold-blooded, which means that their body temperature  is controlled by their environment. If they are too cold, they will  seek a place in the sun or near some (MORE)

How does sweating control your body temperature?

  As the sweat evaporates from your skin it takes some of your body's heat with it. Think about water evaporating, you always need a heat source - the sun, the stove, etc. (MORE)

How do ectotherms control their body temperature?

As a result, organisms (such as frogs) are dependent on environmental heat sources[1] and have relatively low metabolicrates.[2] For example, many reptiles regulate their body (MORE)

Why is temperature controlled in refrigerators?

simply to keep food fresh. If the fridge's temp is too high, food will warm to room temperature and go off faster. Too cold, then the food will freeze! Everytime you open the (MORE)
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How does temperature help control enzymes?

Proteins change shape as temperatures change. Because so much of an enzyme's activity is based on its shape, temperature changes can mess up the process and the enzyme won't w (MORE)