Animal Fluids Blackboard

Animal Fluids Blackboard - Osmoregulation &...

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Biology 102 – Animal Biology REGULATING THE FLUID ENVIRONMENT IN ANIMALS
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Where is the fluid in animals? Ex. Human fluid compartments
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Fluid Gains & Losses (in humans)
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Measuring Fluid Balance
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moles of solute particles per liter of solution: Units: milliosmoles per liter (mOsm/L) Examples: o Seawater ~1,000 mOsm/L o Fresh water ~ 5 mOsm/L o Shark ~1,000 mOsm/L o Human blood ~ 300 mOsm/L o Goldfish ~ 250 mOsm/L Osmolarity
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Animal Osmoregulation Osmoregulators & Osmoconformers
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Osmoregulation in fresh water vertebrate-44.3
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Osmoregulation in some saltwater fish-44.3
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Osmoregulation in terrestrial environments
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Water balance in two terrestrial vertebrates-44.5
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Unformatted text preview: Osmoregulation & Waste disposal Toxic Nitrogen Wastes in Animals (Fig 44.8) Mammalian Excretory Systems 4 Functions of Excretory Systems: Figure 44.9 The human excretory system (Figure 44.13) Figure 44.14 Regional functions of the nephron Filtration Excretion Hormonal Regulation of Fluids in mammals (44.16) Dehydration ( osmolarity) Low blood pressure/volume Osmoregulation Adaptations Anhydrobiosis in Tardigrades (Water bears)-44.4 Vampire bat - 44.17 ( Desmodus rotundas ) Figure 44.17 END LECTURE...
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