Ch 40 - animal form and function (3 slides per page)

Vasoconstriction alteration of amount of blood

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Unformatted text preview: hermoregulate: Adjust heat production • Increase metabolic rate Circulatory adaptation • Alter mitochondria (via hormones) to produce heat instead of ATP Vasodilation vs. vasoconstriction Alteration of amount of blood flowing btwn body core and skin Countercurrent exchange • Muscle shivering helps endotherms and some ectotherms Transfer of heat (or solutes) btwn fluids flowing in opposite directions Figure 40.12 (Campbell 9th ed) Readings on which you will NOT be tested Table 40.1 Section 40.2 (860-862) Physiological Thermostats and Figure 40.16 (867-868) Energy Allocation & Quantifying Energy Use and Figure 40.17 (868-869) Figure 40.21 In general: – You are NOT responsible for definitions of terms or sections included in the text but which were not discussed in lecture – You are not responsible for the details of examples used in the text but not discussed in lecture. HOWEVER, these additional examples will help your understanding of concepts discussed and may be used on exams to test if you understand the general concepts. – You ARE responsible for material covered in lecture but not included in the readings Figure 40.15 (Campbell 9th ed) Figure 40.14 (Campbell 9th ed) Next Chapter Chapter 41 - Nutrition...
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