Chapter 43 The Animal Body and Principles of Regulation 2011

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 43 The Animal Body and Principles of Regulation Learning Objectives: 1. To understand the difference between adaptation and acclimatization 2. To understand the basic types of tissues 3. To understand the basic anatomy of a vertebrate 4. To understand surface area to volume relationships 5. To understand the importance of metabolic rates 6. To how how homeostasis is achieved Animal Form and Function 1. Animals are well adapted to their environments. 2. They are well-adapted at all levels of organization from the molecular level, cellular level, tissue level, organ system level, to the behavioral level. 3. Adaptations are genetic traits that allow species to survive and reproduce in certain environments and under certain conditions better than other species. 4. Examples of Adaptations: 5. Are Adaptations perfect? daptation versus acclimatization orm and Function are Related Basic Anatomy of a Vertebrate . Basic plan = tube within a tube. The space between the outer tube and the inner tube is...
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