To provide ideal conditions for enzymes to carry out metabolic reaction, otherwise they become denatured and cease to function. Although the temperature around our extremities varies enormously, it is the CORE body temperature that must be kept at a constant 37oC.
No body temperature is kept constant regardless of the weather by Homeostasis, which is a inbuilt mechanism in the bodies of mammals and some other animals.
to provide ideal conditions for enzymes to carry out metabolic reactions etc etc
Sweating cools to body to enable it to maintain a constant temperature.
Yes, warm-blooded animals tend to have a fairly constant body temperature. The scientific word for a creature with a fairly constant body temperature is thermoregulation.
Constant body temperature is maintained by warm blooded organisms - birds, mammals. The body temperature is maintained constant irrespective of an increase or decrease in temperature of the surrounding. The constant temperature is maintained by temperature haemostasis. This is achieved by altering the metabolic rate and rate of perspiration and urination. Maintaining constant temperature is also called as homeothermy.
it's impossible to keep the gas at constant temperature. it's impossible to keep the gas at constant temperature.
Amphibians are cold blooded which means their body temperature depends on the environment.
The temperature must remain constant.
This is the Gay-Lussac law: at constant volume of a gas the temperature increase when the pressure increase.
It's important to maintain a constant body temperature because the enzymes in our body function at certain temperatures.
As per Charles' law pressure increases as temperature increases provided volume is kept constant
The hypothalamus monitors the core body temperature by measuring the temperature of blood passing through it. It then directs different parts of the body to either reduce the amount of people they are producing and to cause other parts of the body to release more heat from the body.
Your brain helps your body to maintain a constant temperature by detecting temperature receptors that are found in the skin. Temperature is controlled by the hypothalamus.
Its kept in a museum in Paris, inside a glass case with the temperature inside the case kept the constant.
Homeostasis- proper maintenance of a relatively constant internal body fluids and bodily temperature
A dog does maintain a constant body temperature because it is a warm blooded or endothermic animal.
55-65 degrees...as long as the temperature is constant
The density will decrease with an increase in temperature provided the temperature is kept constant. Provided that the pressure remains constant, an increase in temperature will lead to a decrease in density.
No. A spider has no mechanism to maintain its body temperature.