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Although Time Lords resemble humans, their physiology differs in key respects. Like other members of his race, the Doctor has two hearts  (binary vascular system), a "respiratory bypass system" that allows him to go without air, an internal body temperature of 15–16 °C (60 °F)  and occasionally exhibits a super-human level of stamina and the ability to absorb, withstand and expel large amounts of certain types of radiation. (The Tenth Doctor stated they used to play with Röntgen bricks in the nursery, after absorbing the radiation from an x-ray of significantly magnified power.) This ability would seem to have limitations which have yet to be fully explained, as the Doctor is harmed by radiation in The Daleks , Planet of the Spiders and The End of Time . The Doctor has withstood, with minimal damage, exposure to electricity deadly enough to kill a human ( Terror of the Zygons , Genesis of the Daleks , " Aliens of London ", " The Christmas Invasion ", " The Idiot's Lantern ", " Evolution of the Daleks " and spin-off audio Spare Parts ). Certain stories imply that he is resistant to cold temperatures (" 42 "). To counter extreme trauma, such as exposure to the poisonous fungus in The Seeds of Death and after being shot in Spearhead from Space , he can go into a self-induced coma until he recovers. His hypersensitive body and senses enable him to detect anomalies humans cannot, such as identifying alien species, blood type or chemical composition by taste and determining location or time period by sniffing the air. In " The Unicorn and the Wasp " (2008) he was able to sense the changes in his body's enzymes (. cyanide poisoning) and expel the cyanide from his body by ingesting a concoction of ginger beer , protein foods and salts.
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