Ch 40 2.8.2010

Ch 40 2.8.2010 - Figure 40.13 Cold and Hot Fishes Figure...

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Ch. 40 Opener 1 Limits to Performance
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Ch. 40 Opener 2 A Cooling Glove
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Figure 40.1 The Internal Environment
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Figure 40.1 The Internal Environment
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Figure 40.1 The Internal Environment
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Figure 40.2 Control, Regulation, and Feedback
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Figure 40.2 Control, Regulation, and Feedback
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Figure 40.3 Epithelial Tissue
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Figure 40.3 Epithelial Tissue (Part 1)
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Figure 40.3 Epithelial Tissue (Part 1)
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Figure 40.3 Epithelial Tissue (Part 2)
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Figure 40.3 Epithelial Tissue (Part 2)
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Figure 40.4 Muscle Cells Contain Protein Filaments
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Figure 40.5 Connective Tissues
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Figure 40.5 Connective Tissues
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Figure 40.6 Nervous Tissue Includes Neurons and Glial Cells
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Figure 40.6 Nervous Tissue Includes Neurons and Glial Cells
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Figure 40.7 Tissues Form Organs
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Figure 40.7 Tissues Form Organs
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Figure 40.7 Tissues Form Organs
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Figure 40.8 Q 10 and Reaction Rate
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Figure 40.8 Q 10 and Reaction Rate
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Figure 40.9 Ectotherms and Endotherms React Differently to Environmental Temperatures (Part 1)
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Figure 40.9 Ectotherms and Endotherms React Differently to Environmental Temperatures (Part 1)
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Figure 40.9 Ectotherms and Endotherms React Differently to Environmental Temperatures
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Figure 40.9 Ectotherms and Endotherms React Differently to Environmental Temperatures (Part 2)
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Figure 40.10 Using Behavior to Regulate Body Temperature (Part 1)
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Figure 40.10 Using Behavior to Regulate Body Temperature
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Figure 40.10 Using Behavior to Regulate Body Temperature (Part 2)
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Figure 40.11 Animals Exchange Heat with the Environment
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Unformatted text preview: Figure 40.13 Cold and Hot Fishes Figure 40.13 Cold and Hot Fishes Figure 40.14 Bees Keep Warm in Winter Figure 40.15 The Mouse-to-Elephant Curve Figure 40.15 The Mouse-to-Elephant Curve Figure 40.16 Environmental Temperature and Mammalian Metabolic Rates Figure 40.16 Environmental Temperature and Mammalian Metabolic Rates Figure 40.16 Environmental Temperature and Mammalian Metabolic Rates Figure 40.17 Brown Fat Figure 40.18 Adaptations to Hot and Cold Climates Figure 40.19 The Hypothalamus Regulates Body Temperature (Part 1) Figure 40.19 The Hypothalamus Regulates Body Temperature (Part 1) Figure 40.19 The Hypothalamus Regulates Body Temperature Figure 40.19 The Hypothalamus Regulates Body Temperature (Part 2) Figure 40.20 Repeated Bouts of Hibernation Summary 1. All living organisms must maintain intracellular homeostasis relative to its surroundings. 2. Homeostatic mechanisms are continuous and dynamic. 3. All cells within an organism are classically categorized into one of 4 types of tissues. 4. Tissues make up organs and most organs consists of all 4 tissues. 5.Homeostasis of all cellular processes is accomplished by highly interactive negative and positive feedback within each cell. 6. The cellular homeostasis mechanisms are complemented with organ level and organism level adjustments. 7. The relative importance and even specific kinds of mechanisms available to maintain homeostasis is a reflection of evolutionary adaptations as well as adaptations that can occur within the time frame of months to milliseconds....
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