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5 campbell 9th ed function sense stimuli transmit

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Unformatted text preview: • anchoring neurons • provide nutrients for neurons • remove dead cells • form myelin sheath • 10x more abundant than neurons • Intercalated disks - faster communication Figure 40.5 (Campbell 9th ed) Function: • Sense stimuli • Transmit signals btwn body parts • Process signals Figure 40.5 (Campbell 9 Dendrites th ed) 35 Coordination and Control 36 Organs • In most animals, tissues organized into organs • Tissues may be: • intermingled or • arranged in distinct layers • Nervous system – Transmit signals btwn specific locations – Better for rapid response Lumen of stomach – Locomotion and behavior • Endocrine system – Transmit molecules via the blood stream – Better for gradual changes that affect the entire body Mucosa: Epithelial layer Submucosa: connective tissue • Growth, development, reproduction, digestion etc. Muscularis: smooth muscle Serosa: connective and epithelial tissues Figure 40.6 (Campbell 9th ed) 37 Organ Systems 38 We will discuss many of these in subsequent lectures Animal Function Two Basic Questions (1) How do organisms use energy? (2) How do organisms cope with changing environment? Table 40.1 Campbell et al. 9th ed 40 (1) How do organisms use energy? Metabolic rate - amount of energy used per unit time Measured by amount of O2 consumed or CO2 or heat produced 41 (1) How do organisms use energy? Metabolic rate - amount of energy used per unit time Or by calories consumed and energy lost in feces and urine. 44 45 (1) How do organisms use energy? Energ...
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2014 for the course BIOLOGY 2011 taught by Professor Woo during the Fall '10 term at University of Central Florida.

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