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BILD2_Lect_1_10_12 - D. A nursing baby stimulates the...

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Bar-Headed Goose Migration Himalayas Figure 40.7 What hypothesis best fts these data? A) Maia , the spider crab, is an osmoconFormer in salt water but is capable oF osmoregulation in Fresh water. B) Nereis, the clam worm, is an osmoconFormer in Fresh water and is capable oF osmoregulation in brackish water. C) Carcinus, the shore crab, is capable oF osmoregulation in brackish water and Fresh water. D) All three crabs are osmoregulators in all three environments. Osmolarity: Moles of solute per liter of solution (e.g. body Fuid) Figure 40.8
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Figure 40.16 Figure 40 End of Chapter Which of the following is an example of a negative feedback response? A. As the uterus contracts in labor and delivery, more of the hormone oxytocin is released to intensify uterine contractions. B. Meerkats bask in the sun in the cool mornings but avoid the sun during the heat of the day. C. Sexual stimulation leads to sexual arousal.
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Unformatted text preview: D. A nursing baby stimulates the release of oxytocin, which causes letdown of milk. Adaptation, Acclimatization, and Technology Figure 40.9a Figure 40.9b Figure 40.11 Figure 40.10 Figure 40.12 The temperature difference between arterial and venous blood near the goose ± s body A. allows the goose to lose maximum heat to the environment. B. allows the goose to minimize heat loss to the environment. C. allows the goose ± s legs to remain cool in freezing water. D. is minimized by the dilation of capillaries in the goose ± s feet. Fever A. Is caused by the excess heat generated in ±ghting off infection. B. Results from a resetting of the body’s thermostat. C. Occurs whenever an infection is especially severe. D. Results from a disruption in normal metabolism. E. Occurs only in mammals. Clicker Question: Behavioral Fever in a Lizard...
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