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1. What are avoiders?

  • maintaining internal state by avoiding external change
  • Internal state is different to external environment
  • internal state matches external environment
  • internal state matches external environment
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2. What are regulators?

  • Internal state is different to external environment
  • maintaining internal state by avoiding external change
  • maintaining constant internal state
  • internal state matches external environment

3. What is the advantage of homeostasis?

  • Allows no animals to exploit wider ranges of environment
  • Allows only mammals to exploit wider ranges of environment
  • Allows some animals to exploit wider ranges of environment
  • Allows all animals to exploit wider ranges of environment

4. Put these in the correct order?

  • Cell, Tissue, Organ, Organism, Organ System
  • Cell, Tissue, Organ, Organ System, Organism
  • Cell, Tissue, Organ System, Organ, Organism
  • Cell, Organ, Organ System, Tissue, Organism

5. What is enantiostasis?

  • Maintaining homeostasis by changing a physiological variable to compensate for change in another
  • Changing homeostasis by changing a metabolic variable to compensate for change in another
  • Maintaining homeostasis by changing a metabolic variable to compensate for change in another
  • Changing homeostasis by changing a physiological variable to compensate for change in another

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