2 edition of introduction to animal physiology found in the catalog.
introduction to animal physiology
W. B. Yapp
|Other titles||Animal physiology.|
|Statement||by W. B. Yapp...|
|LC Classifications||QP33 .Y3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 319,  p.|
|Number of Pages||319|
|LC Control Number||40012005|
The receptor sends information to a control centre, often the brain, which relays appropriate signals to an effector organ that is able to cause an appropriate change, either up or down, depending on the information the sensor was sending. Lungs, which appear as nearly transparent tissue surrounding the heart in this X-ray of a dog leftare the central organs of the respiratory system. Figure 2. Animals with thick fur or feathers create an insulating layer of air between their skin and internal organs. In addition, arrector pili muscles can contract causing individual hairs to stand up when the individual is cold.
Our site uses the API of third-party sites that store files. Animals that do not have an internal control of their body temperature are called ectotherms. Of course not. In hot climates, organisms have methods such as perspiration in humans or panting in dogs that help them to shed excess body heat. Endothermic animals have some form of insulation. Small FAQ about download Book files are stored on servers owned by you?
The physiological differences between species are examined, but more particularly on the reservoir of genetic diversity, where differences abound between families and offspring. Includes applied anatomy tips that relate theory to clinical practice. Vasodilation, the opening up of arteries to the skin by relaxation introduction to animal physiology book their smooth muscles, brings more blood and heat to the body surface, facilitating radiation and evaporative heat loss, cooling the body. Oxygen O2 enters the cells where it is used for metabolic reactions that produce ATP, a high-energy compound. The book covers topics from the basic structure of the cell to physiology and anatomy of the major systems of the body; There are individual sections devoted to revision, self-check and testing at the end of each book chapter; For better learning, animations and online coloring tasks are offered please check to verify if you bought the version with online access ; The textbook content is suitable both for medical and non-medical students; The text is concise and straightforward, and therefore this anatomy book can be recommended for students for whom English is not the first language. The environment in which the animal lives greatly determines how an animal respires.
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Modern smartphones and computers can read files of any format. In unicellular organisms, diffusion across the cell membrane is sufficient for introduction to animal physiology book oxygen to the cell Figure 2. The increase in body heat makes the body less optimal for bacterial growth and increases the activities of cells so they are better able to fight the infection.
Vasodilation, the opening up of arteries to the skin by relaxation of their smooth muscles, brings more blood and heat to the body surface, facilitating radiation and evaporative heat loss, cooling the body.
Animals that do not have an internal control of their body temperature are called ectotherms. In simple organisms, such as cnidarians and flatworms, every cell in the body is close to the external environment. The environment in which the animal lives greatly determines how an animal respires.
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An animal that maintains constant body temperature in the face of environmental changes is called an endotherm.
The fourth edition of this bestselling book continues to provide a comprehensive description of the anatomy and physiology of dogs and cats. As animal size increases, diffusion distances increase and the introduction to animal physiology book of surface area to volume drops.
These animals are able to maintain a level of activity that an ectothermic animal cannot because they generate internal heat that keeps their cellular processes operating optimally even when the environment is cold.
The left lung is smaller than the right lung to accommodate space for the heart. During an infection, compounds called pyrogens are produced and circulate to the hypothalamus resetting the thermostat to a higher value.
The arctic fox, for example, uses its fluffy tail as extra insulation when it curls up to sleep in cold weather. Discuss general respiration advantages and disadvantages with respect to aquatic and terrestrial environments. Direct diffusion For small multicellular organisms, diffusion across the outer membrane is sufficient to meet their oxygen needs.
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