Ch01 09Figures

Ch01 09Figures - Figure 1.13 Density layering can cut off...

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Chapter 1 Opener Migrating Pacific salmon
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Figure 1.1 The study of physiology integrates knowledge at all levels of organization
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Figure 1.1 The study of physiology integrates knowledge at all levels of organization (Part 1)
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Figure 1.1 The study of physiology integrates knowledge at all levels of organization (Part 2)
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Figure 1.1 The study of physiology integrates knowledge at all levels of organization (Part 3)
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Figure 1.1 The study of physiology integrates knowledge at all levels of organization (Part 4)
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Figure 1.2 The mechanism of light production by fireflies ( Photinus )
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Figure 1.3 Male fireflies employ their mechanism of light production for an adaptive function, mate attraction
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Figure 1.4 Structures that are similar in gross appearance, functional performance, and adaptive significance can differ dramatically in details of how they are assembled and work
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Figure 1.5 Conformity and regulation
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Figure 1.6 Mixed conformity and regulation in a single species
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Figure 1.7 Heat acclimation in humans as measured by exercise endurance
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Figure 1.8 Length of gestation scales as a regular function of body size in mammals
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Unformatted text preview: Figure 1.13 Density layering can cut off the O 2 supply to the deep waters of a lake Figure 1.12 Performance in an O 2-poor environment Figure 1.10 Butterfly biogeography Figure 1.11 A thermophilic (heat-loving) lizard common in North American deserts Figure 1.14 The sea star and the corals in this ocean scene have body fluids similar to seawater in their total concentration of salts, although the body fluids of fish are more dilute than seawater Figure 1.15 Microenvironments in the Arizona desert near Tucson Figure 1.16 Microenvironments in deep snow in the far north Figure 1.17 The comparative method Figure 1.18 Physiological variation among individuals of a species Figure 1.19 The effects of genetic diversity on evolutionary potential Chapter 2: REVIEW OF CELL BIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY CHAPTER 3: REVIEW OF GENOMICS AND PROTEOMICS Presence and absence of myoglobin in the ventricular heart muscle CHAPTER 4 REVIEW OF MECHANISMS OF TRANSPORT OF WATER AND SOLUTES A whole-epithelium view of active ion transport across the gill epithelium of a freshwater fish...
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