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SCIENCE, ISSN 0036-8075, 06/2014, Volume 344, Issue 6189, pp. 1268 - 1272
Were dinosaurs ectotherms or fast-metabolizing endotherms whose activities were unconstrained by temperature? To date, some of the strongest evidence for... 
BODY TEMPERATURES | THERMOREGULATION | EVOLUTION | METABOLISM | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | PATTERNS | GROWTH-RATES | Dinosaurs - metabolism | Animals | Dinosaurs - classification | Energy Metabolism | Phylogeny | Body Temperature | Dinosaurs - growth & development | Fossils
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Physiology, ISSN 1548-9213, 11/2016, Volume 31, Issue 6, pp. 430 - 441
Cardiovascular function in dinosaurs can be inferred from fossil evidence with knowledge of how metabolic rate, blood flow rate, blood pressure, and heart size... 
ARTERIAL-BLOOD-PRESSURE | MEAN ARTERIAL | PHYSIOLOGY | SUBATMOSPHERIC PRESSURES | VASCULAR SIPHONS | RAT-HEART | AIR-FLOW | GIRAFFE | BONE | SAUROPOD DINOSAURS | NECK POSTURE | Dinosaurs | Animals | Body Size - physiology | Humans | Blood Pressure - physiology | Locomotion - physiology | Cardiovascular System | Fossils
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