The fundamental problem of homeothermy is that the heat produced by the body as “physical waste” must be lost into the environment. If this heat cannot be totally or partially lost, the body temperature rises; on the contrary, if metabolic heat production is insufficient to compensate for the heat removed by the environment, body temperature falls.
KeywordsHeat Transfer Skin Temperature Free Convection Radiative Heat Transfer Water Vapor Pressure
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