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.
water has a high heat of vapourization.it absorbs much heat as it changes from liquid to gas.it has the capacity of absorbing heat with minimum of change in its own temperature
Every living thing can get hay feaver
Oxygen and carbon dioxide
of course, any disturbance of constance in the body will disturb homeostasis.
It is the stratosphere atmospheric zone where the temperature stays fairly constant, at -60 degrees Celsius. The stratosphere layer contains the ozone layer.
Yeast, sugar and a fairly constant temperature.
Neptune has a fairly constant temperature of 72 degrees Kelvin. 200 c
When there is a change of state occuring (in this case from solid to liquid), temperature will remain constant. Energy is absorbed to weaken the intermolecular forces between the wax particles.
the same as 'warm-blooded', so an animal that can keep it's core body temperature fairly constant whatever the temperature of the surrounding environment.
the water cools the air, making it cooler
The temperature of Venus is fairly constant:-735 degrees Kelvin461 degrees Centigrade.863.33 degrees Fahrenheitits highest temperature was about 425 degrees Celsius
Assuming "Room Temperature" is fairly constant (i.e not fluctuating dramatically) and the sample of Mercury has had time to equilibriate with it's surroundings, then the temperature of the Mercury will be the same as "Room Temperature".. what ever that happens to be at the time.
They use their circulatory system. The blood flowing through out the body keeps the body fairly warm.
Yes, it remains fairly constant.