Worksheet2 - Bio 132 Comparative Physiology Section work sheet I Short definitions Direct calorimetry Specific dynamic action Kleiber Conditions

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Bio 132 -- Comparative Physiology -- Section work sheet I. Short definitions Direct calorimetry – Specific dynamic action – Kleiber Conditions – Field Metabolic Rate – Basal Metabolic Rate vs Standard Metabolic Rate- Allometry – Residual volume – Anaerobic metabolism – Aerobic metabolism- Surfactant- Compliance-
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II. Short Answers Name two characteristics of the lungs relative to Functional Performance. 1. ________________________________________________ 2. ________________________________________________ What is the universal source of immediate energy for cellular metabolism? ____________________________________________________________ True or False _______ Anaerobic metabolism yields about 15 to 20 times more ATP than aerobic metabolism (depending on the fuel burned). _______ Ectotherms exhibit a similar (parallel) allometric relationship between metabolic rate and body size except with a lower intercept. _______ As body size increases total VO
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Worksheet2 - Bio 132 Comparative Physiology Section work sheet I Short definitions Direct calorimetry Specific dynamic action Kleiber Conditions

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