BIO 135 Final Study Guide- New Material

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Unformatted text preview: r vs. conformer" graph. It may not be for osmoregulation, though! 4. We covered three major environments- marine, terrestrial, and freshwater. Explain what problems animals face in each, in terms of ion and water balance. Which one is the birthplace of animals? Which is the birthplace of vertebrates? 5. How do fish cope with the problems of freshwater? Of saltwater? 6. Be able to draw and label the parts of a nephron. 7. Describe the three functions of a kidney- filtration, resorption, and secretion. What powers filtration? What powers resorption? 8. Memorize- how much glucose can there be in a healthy adult human's urine? What is going on when there's more than that? 9. Explain why nitrogen excretion is a problem, and the three ways animals solve it. Why is nitrogen excretion not a problem for plants? Movement: 1. Keep in mind that muscles do 2 things: shorten and develop tension 2. Describe the anatomy of a muscle- the whole muscle, the muscle fiber, the myofibril, and the organization of a sarcomere. Describe th...
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