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Authors’ response to A. Flouris’s correspondence ‘The advantage of using differential data in thermal biology’

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Wakabayashi, H., Lee, JY., Wijayanto, T. et al. Authors’ response to A. Flouris’s correspondence ‘The advantage of using differential data in thermal biology’. Int J Biometeorol 56, 405–406 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00484-011-0418-5

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Keywords

  • Skin Temperature
  • Thermoregulatory Response
  • Flouris
  • Thermal Biology
  • Tropical Indigene