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Biology with MasteringBiology™ (8th Edition)

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AP Biology Study Guide — Online Activities Chapter 44 Regulating The Internal Environment Before reading the chapter, go to the Internet and connect to campbellbiology.com, click on our textbook and logon with your user name and password and select chapter 44. First click on Quizzes in the left hand gray column then take the Pre-Test. Now go to your Campbell Biology textbook and read the chapter . As you read through the chapter watch for references to figures. When you come to them, stop reading for a moment and study what each has to say and show, then continue reading. I can’t stress how important it is to study these figures as you read the text . Once you have finished reading the chapter go back to the Campbell biology website, click on Activities in the left hand gray column and complete the following three activities. 1. Study and interact with the Campbell Biology Web/CD Activity 44A, Structure of the Human Excretory System. 2. Study and interact with the Campbell Biology Web/CD Activity 44B, Nephron Function.
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Study Campbell Biology Web/CD Activity 44C, Control of Water Reabsorption. Now go to The Essay Questions and answer question #1 Evolution Connection. Submit this one assignment to me for grading using e-mail. Don’t forget to include your name, your e-mail address and my (Instructor:) e-mail address before clicking “E-Mail Results .” The following five questions are additional practice questions you should be able to answer after studying this chapter. 1. Why doesn’t your sleep qualify as a short hibernation? 2. Contrast osmoconforming and osmoregulating as mechanisms of homeostasis. 3. Why is ammonia safe as the main nitrogenous waste for most aquatic animals? 4. Some of the drugs classified as diuretics make the epithelium of the collecting duct less permeable to water. How would this affect kidney function? 5. What role does the liver play in the body’s processing of nitrogenous waste?...
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