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STUDY GUIDE Campbell 7th and 8th editions BIO 311D CHINNERY CHAPTER 40 Important figures 7 th edition: 40.3, 40.4, 40.5, 40.7, 40.10, 40.11, 40.13, 40.15, 40.16, 40.17, 40.18, 40.19, 40.21. Important figures 8 th edition: 40.2, 40.3, 40.4, 40.7, 40.8, 40.10, 40.12, 40.14, 40.16, 40.17, 40.19, 40.20 Important terms: diffusion, tissue, epithelial tissue, connective tissue, muscle tissue, nervous tissue, organ, bioenergetics, metabolic rate, endotherm, ectotherm, interstitial fluid, homeostasis, regulator, conformer, negative feedback loop, positive feedback loop, control center, receptor, effector, response, thermoregulation, radiation, evaporation, convection, conduction, vasodilation, vasoconstriction, concurrent exchange system. Knowledge goals: What is the main purpose of each different type of tissue? Provide one example of each tissue
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Unformatted text preview: type. Compare and contrast external and internal exchange systems. Define homeostasis. Why is it important? Understand positive and negative feedback loops and be able to apply them to you and your interactions with the environment through the day. Be able to draw a negative feedback loop. What does metabolic rate have to do with bioenergetics? What are the two bioenergetic strategies? Compare and contrast metabolic rates and strategies in very small mammals, very large mammals, and reptiles. Define bioenergetics, metabolic rate, ectothermy, endothermy. What are the four ways that heat is gained? What are four ways to balance heat gain? Be able to distinguish among the different groups of animals which strategies they use to balance heat gain and loss....
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