Puertorrican Scientist proposes biological model

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Wilson González-Espada
El Lagartijo Común de Puerto Rico es un animal de “sangre fría”, que usa la temperatura del ambiente para regular la temperatura de su cuerpo. (Suministrada)

The Puertorrican Scientist, Manuel Leal, from the University of Missouri, and his colleague, Alex Gundeson, of the San Fransisco State University/University of California Berkeley, recently proposed a mathematical model to describe the complicated relationship between the level of activity of ectothermal animals and the environmental temperature.

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