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1. Endotherm
* An organism which is capable of generating its own body heat and maintaining a constant body temperature; a warm-blooded organism. * A graph which shows the difference in temperature between a test compound and a reference compound that is thermally inert, when the compounds are both heated at the same rate.

2. Endothermic
Describes a chemical reaction that absorbs or requires energy (usually in the form of heat).

3. Endothermic
A reaction that gives off energy. The product is in a lower energy state than the reactants.

4. Endotherms
Animals that have the ability to maintain a constant body temperature over a wide range of environmental conditions.

5. Endothermy
The internal control of body temperature; the ability to generate and maintain internal body heat.

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