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Unit 4 Biology Notes

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Complete Set of Unit 4 Biology Notes including diagrams Covers - Homeostasis - Infectious Disease

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Biology Animal physiology Thermoregulation Human homeostasis Excretion Nitrogen cycle Osmoregulation Urea Endotherm Ammonia Fish physiology Homeostasis
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Biology Animal physiology Thermoregulation Human homeostasis Excretion Nitrogen cycle Osmoregulation Urea Endotherm Ammonia Fish physiology Homeostasis
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The best known homeostats in human and other mammalian bodies are regulators that keep the composition of the extracellular fluids (or the ”internal environment”) constant, especially with regard to the temperature, pH, osmolality, and the concentrations of Na+, K+, Ca2+, glucose and CO2 and O2. Internal conditions to maintain - Carbon dioxide – Excess CO 2 causes pH to reduce (conditions become more acid). - Changes in pH interfere with enzyme activity. CO 2 dissolves freely in water. Oxygen – levels need to be kept within appropriate limits to maintain respiration rate. Does not dissolve in water as freely as CO 2 and the amount dissolved reduces with - temperature increases. Glucose – Glucose also influences the rate of respiration...
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