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54.A hypothetical animal is observed to maintain an internal body temperature of 34°C when it is 47°C outside. This animal can also swim. When it is in water, this animal has a similar internal osmotic pressure with that of the surrounding water. What can you describe this animal as?a)An osmo-conformer and a thermo-conformerb)An osmo-conformer and a thermo-regulator
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c)An osmo-regulator and a thermo-conformerd)An osmo-conformer and a thermo-regulatore)There is not enough information provided to answer the question
55. What is a feedback control system?
56.An ectotherm is more likely to survive an extended period of food deprivation than wouldan equally-sized endotherm because
57.Endothermy
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58. The divisions of the nervous system that have antagonistic actions, or opposing actions areA) motor and sensory.B) sympathetic and parasympathetic.C) presynaptic and postsynaptic.D) forebrain and hindbrain.E) central nervous system and peripheral nervous system.
59. Which part of the vertebrate nervous system is most involved in preparation for the fight-or-flight response?
60. Which system controls smooth and cardiac muscles of the digestive, cardiovascular, and excretory systems?
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61. Saltatory conduction is a term applied to conduction of impulses

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