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Above this critical temperature an excess of heat is produced o^er that required for maintenance of body / . "Primitive33 Mammals 31 temperature, and this heat must be dissipated. T h e major avenues of heat loss are physical or "dry" heat loss (radiation, concluetion, and convection), and evaporative heat loss (licking, sweating, p a n t i n g ) , which is dependent on the latent heat of vaporization of water. Various types of heat loss have been described as being more primitive than others, and certain mechanisms are described as characteristic of primitive mammals (Johansen, 1962; Robinson and Morrison, 1957; Hammel, 1968).
Comparative Physiology of Thermoregulation. Special Aspects of Thermoregulation by G.Causey Whittow