Infrared video thermography: a technique for assessing cold adaptation in insects
Insects can survive subzero temperatures by two main strategies: freeze tolerance and freeze avoidance. An array of techniques have been used to investigate the physiological limits of insects to low temperatures, such as differential scanning calorimetry, temperature-controlled cooling apparatus, thermocouples, and computer-controlled chart recording equipment. However, these techniques require animals to be stationary, precluding behavioral data. We used infrared video thermography to...[Show more]
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