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Healthy Bodies unit 3. Body Temperature 1. By the end of this unit you should :- 1. Know what body temperature is. 2. Know that this is usually higher than the surroundings. 3. Know that if your body temperature is not normal,you are ill. 4. Know that sweating decreases body temperature. This Powerpoint is hosted on www.worldofteaching.com Please visit for 100’s more free powerpoints
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Healthy Bodies unit 3. Body Temperature 2. 5. Shivering increases body temperature. 6. Food supplies the body with energy to maintain body temperature. 7. Clothes help stop heat loss. 8. Inability to maintain body temperature causes hypothermia. 9. Know how to save a person suffering from hypothermia.
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Cold Blooded Animals 1. 1. Animals like lizards cannot make enough heat from their food to enable them to be warmer than their surroundings. 2. Their body temperature is the same as their surroundings.
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Cold Blooded Animals 2. 3. They tend to be more active during the day. 4. A tropical fish from the Amazon would not survive in Scotland.
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Warm Blooded Animals1. 1. Warm blooded animals like mammals keep their body at a constant temperature no matter where they are.
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Warm Blooded Animals 2. 2. Humans are warm blooded animals and have a constant temperature of 37 C. 3. Our bodies are able to make and lose heat. 4. We can lose excess heat by sweating,
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1. If your body temperature goes above 37 C, then you are suffering from a fever. 2. You tend to sweat a lot as the body tries to bring your temperature down. 3. Most increases in temperature are caused by
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2011 for the course BIO 100 taught by Professor Robinson during the Fall '08 term at BYU.

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