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Animal Movement: Things Are Starting to Heat Up Quiz
Think you’ve got your head wrapped around
? Put your knowledge to
the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. Which of the following is most important for enzymes to function?
The size of the animal
Its internal temperature
The time of day
The environmental temperature
The time of year
Q. Sodium chloride is dissolved in the bloodstream. Sodium chloride is a .
Q. In osmosis, water flows from:
Areas of high solute concentration to areas of low solute concentration
Areas of high temperature to areas of low temperature
Areas of low solute concentration to areas of high solute concentration
Areas of low temperature to areas of high temperature
Areas of high solvent concentration to areas of low solvent concentration
Q. The order of the three stages of homeostasis is .
Sensing → Responding → Processing
Sensing → Processing → Responding
Responding → Processing → Sensing
Processing → Responding → Sensing
Processing → Sensing → Responding
Q. The pathway leading towards the brain is the pathway.
Q. Saltwater fish osmoregulate by .
Expelling concentrated urine
Expelling dilute urine
Drinking salt water
Eating tiny fish
Eating large fish
Q. Diabetes is a failure of which stage of homeostasis?
All of the above
None of the above
Q. Which of the following is NOT a class of animal as determined by the constancy of their body temperature?
All of the above
Q. What is the period of dormancy called that occurs during the summer months?
Q. Shivering and brown fat are types of temperature regulation in which animal? a. Bird