endotherm

[en-duh-thurm]
noun
a warm-blooded animal.

Origin:
1945–50; endo- + -therm

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endotherm en·do·therm (ěn'də-thûrm')
n.
An organism that generates heat to maintain its body temperature, typically above the temperature of its surroundings; a homeotherm.

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endotherm   (ěn'də-thûrm')  Pronunciation Key 
A warm-blooded organism. Also called homeotherm.
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Between runs, the sample is re-weighed and picks up some water which produces a small water endotherm during the second run.
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