Lab 5 Write Up

Lab 5 Write Up - Drew Rasmussen Penny Louka Biology 191 Lab...

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Drew Rasmussen Penny Louka Biology 191 Lab September 27, 2010 Lab 5: Enzyme Action and Cellular Respiration: Lab Write Up 1. Respiration rates in plants are lower than those in animals because of the energy storage plants have in the form of an “endosperm.” This endosperm serves as an energy supply therefore the plant does not need to undergo cellular respiration as much / often to generate energy 2. ***See attached graph 3. ***See attached graph 4. In ectotherms such as frogs the body rate of respiration increases with a decrease in temperature. If an ectotherm is cold its whole body is cold and it has a lower metabolic rate than a warm ectotherm. 5. In endotherms such as mice, the rate of respiration decreases when the body temperature decreases. This is because their body temperature is regulated, so in the warmer temperature it requires less energy for them to regulate body temperature.
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This note was uploaded on 01/04/2012 for the course BIOL 191 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Boise State.

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Lab 5 Write Up - Drew Rasmussen Penny Louka Biology 191 Lab...

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