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Chapter 41 Ap Biology Essays

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AP Biology Ron Kim Guided Reading Chapter 41 1. Define the following types of feeding mechanisms: a. Suspension-An aquatic animal, such as a sponge, clam, or baleen whale, that feeds by sifting small food particles from the water. b. Substrate-An animal that lives in or on its food source, eating its way through the food. c. Fluid-An animal that lives by sucking nutrient-rich fluids from another living organism. d. Bulk-An animal that eats relatively large pieces of food. 2. Complete the diagram below concerning animal homeostasis and blood sugar regulation. 3. How do hormones regulate appetite in humans? by effecting satiety order. A network of neurons relays and integrates information from the digestive system to regulate hormone release. 4. Contrast the terms undernourished, overnourished and malnourished? Overnourished-The consumption of more calories than the body needs for normal metabolism undernourished-A condition that results from a diet that consistently supplies less chemical energy than the body requires. malnourished-The long-term absence from the diet of one or more essential nutrients. 5. What are essential amino acids and essential fatty acids? essential amino acids-amino acid that animal cannot synthesize itself and must be obtained from food in prefabricated form. essential fatty acids- unsaturated fatty acid an animal need but can’t make 6. Contrast vitamins and minerals. vitamins-An organic molecule required in the diet in very small amounts. Vitamins