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Is that the temperature of human body and frogs are the same as the temperature of the surroundings which is 20?
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Asked in Science, Child Health
How does room temperature affect body temperature?
Our body tends to lose or gain heat according to the room temperature - (Example: if the room is cold your body temperature will decrease and if the room is warm your body temperature will rise.) Room temperature effects the body temperature of a human being because the higher the temperature difference between the room the temperature and human body temperature, the higher the flow of heat. If the room temperature is low, then the heat from a human body is transferred into the surroundings causing the room temp. to increase and body temp. to decrease. If the room temperature is high, then the heat from the surroundings is transferred into the human body causing the room temp. to increase and body temp. to decrease.
Asked in Muscular System
Would you expect to see similar changes in heart rates in human cardiac muscle and frog cardiac muscle with environmental temperature changes?
Asked in Vertebrates
Do all vertebrates have the same body temperature as that of their surroundings?
Asked in Chimpanzees
How does water help maintain the body temperature?
The watery fluids in the human body have a high specific heat capacity. This is one of the reasons why the temperature of the body changes slowly when the temperature of the surroundings changes slowly when the temperature of the surroundings changes. The specific heat capacity of a substance is the energy transferred by heating needed to raise the temperature of 1kg of the substance through 1 degrees.
Asked in Animal Life
How do ectotherms control their body temperature?
As a result, organisms (such as frogs) are dependent on environmental heat sources and have relatively low metabolicrates. For example, many reptiles regulate their body temperature by basking in the sun... Ectotherms are animals that warm their bodies by absorbing heat from their surroundings. In most ectotherms, the body temperature fluctuates with changes in the surrounding temperature
Asked in Amphibians
Do Amphibians are all warm blooded their body temperature stays close to that of their surroundings?
Asked in Tree Frogs
How do red eyed tree frogs adapt in the temperature?
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
How does the human body respond to an increase in body temperature?