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This exam covers the lectures on form and function, cell to cell communication, the immune system, circulation, respiration, and excretion in animals. These systems are all connected, so try to think of the entire animal and don’t study the systems separately thinking that they exist alone – compare and contrast them, think about how they work together, and which of the major mechanisms and processes listed below are at work in each of them. Then work on the following study goals. Also don’t forget that many similarities exist between animal and plant physiology, so look through your plant material and be ready to compare and contrast. General processes and mechanisms to know: Homeostasis
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Unformatted text preview: Diffusion Countercurrent exchange Thermoregulation Adaptation Structure and function Negative feedback NOT ALL SUBJECTS HAVE A FIGURE ASSOCIATED!! The definition of an animal The definition of an animal 1. Multicellular, heterotrophic eukaryotes 2. No cell walls – structural proteins are used for support 3. Nervous tissue and muscle tissue 4. Sexual reproduction (usually) 5. Homeotic genes are located in homeoboxes – Hox genes Thermoregulation: 1. control heat exchange rate 2. evaporative cooling 3. behavior 4. control metabolic rate Heat exchange: 1.Radiation 2.Evaporation 3.Conduction 4.Convection EFFECTOR HOMEOSTASIS RECEPTOR STIMULUS CONTROL CENTER RESPONSE SIGNAL SIGNAL...
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