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48)Which of the following is an important distinction between the measurement of basal metabolic rate (BMR)and standard metabolic rate (SMR)?A) An animal must be fasting for the measurement of SMR.B) BMRs are performed only on ectothermic animals.C) An organism must be actively exercising for the measurement of BMR.D) SMRs must be determined at a specific temperature.E) The BMR for a particular animal is usually lower than that animal's SMR.
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49)Which of the following characteristics of blood best explains its classification as connective tissue?
50)Which of the following measurements would be theleastreliable indicator of an animal's metabolic rate?
51)Which is the most significant single factor in preventing you from being able to run for a full 24 hours withoutstopping?
52)Consider an ectotherm and an endotherm of equal body size.The ectotherm is more likely to survive anextended period of food deprivation than the endotherm becauseA) the ectotherm is sustained by a higher basal metabolic rate.B) the ectotherm will expend less energy/kg body weight than the endotherm.C) the ectotherm will invest little to no energy in temperature regulation.D) actually, assuming equal size, the ectotherm and the endotherm will have the same energy expenditures.E) both B and C are correct.
53)Which of the following ideas isnotconsistent with our understanding of animal structure?

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