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Chpt40HWList - Biology,8e(Campbell) Chapter40 Part1 Part2...

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  Biology , 8e (Campbell)  Chapter 40   Part1 Part2 Part3 1
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Basic  Principles of  Animal  Form and  Function 1.Distinguish  among the  following  sets of terms:  collagenous,  elastic, and  reticular  fibers;  regulator and  conformer;  positive and  negative  feedback. 2.Relate  structure with  function and  identify  diagrams of  the following  animal  tissues:  epithelial,  connective  tissue (six  types),  muscle tissue  (three types),  and nervous  tissue 3.Compare  and contrast  the nervous  a n d   e n d o c r i n e   s y s t e m s 4 . D e f i n e   t h e r m o r e g
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ulation and  explain how  endotherms  and  ectotherms  manage their  heat budgets 5.Describe  how a  countercurre nt heat  exchanger  may function  to retain heat  within an  animal body Concept  check  40.1.3;  4 0 . 2 . 3 ;   4 0 . 3 . 3 ; Multiple - Choice Questions 1) 
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Which  choice  best describes a reasonable evolutionary mechanism for animal structures becoming better suited to  specific functions?  A) 
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Animals that eat the most food become the most abundant.  B) 
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Animals that  restrict their food intake will become less abundant.  C) 
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Animals with  mutations that give rise to effective structures will become more abundant.  D) 
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Animals with  inventions that curtail reproduction will become more abundant.  E) 
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Animals with  parents that continually improve their offspring's structures will become more abundant.               2) 
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Similar  fusiform body shapes are seen in sharks, penguins, and aquatic mammals because  A) 
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natural selection has no limits when different organisms face the same challenge.  B) 
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respiration  through gills is enhanced by having a fusiform shape.  C) 
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the laws of  physics constrain the shapes that are possible for aquatic animals that swim very fast.  D) 
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the fusiform  shape is coded by the same gene in all three types of animals.  E) 
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all three types  evolved from ancestral forms that fly in the air.  3) 
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All  animals, whether large or small, have  A) 
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an external  body surface that is dry.  B) 
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a basic body  plan that resembles a two - layered sac.  C) 
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a body surface  covered with hair to keep them warm.  D) 
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the ability to  enter dormancy when resources become scarce.  E) 
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all of their  living cells surrounded by an aqueous medium.  4) 
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course BIO 8E taught by Professor Wang during the Spring '11 term at Saddleback.

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Chpt40HWList - Biology,8e(Campbell) Chapter40 Part1 Part2...

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