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Fig 132 Thermoregulation: Keeping our body heat within range
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The high degree of Biological Order of body temperature shown within Figure 132 could formally be called a state of normothermia (nor-mohTHER-me-uh) Literally, normothermia is a condition of (-ia) normal (normo-) body heat (therm) Because thermoregulation is proceeding so successfully, oral body temperature does go up and down over time, yet it still remains between a low of about 976 degrees F and a high of approxi-
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CHAPTER 13 Skins and Skeletons
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mately 996 degrees F Thus, there is a homeostasis of oral body temperature, such that it remains within its normal (normo-) range over time The person remains clinically healthy with regards to body temperature Now consider, in marked contrast, the abnormal conditions illustrated within Figure 133 What happens when oral body temperature rises signi cantly above the upper normal limit of 996 degrees F As displayed in Figure 133 (A), the resulting state of Biological Disorder is technically called hyperthermia (high-per-THER-me-uh) This is a condition of excessive or above normal (hyper-) body heat or temperature In hyperthermia, the patient is essentially su ering from a fever It may be accompanied by such other familiar symptoms as chills and muscular aches and pains If breaking of the normally S-shaped pattern of body temperature homeostasis is severe enough, then the temperature keeps rising past 108 degrees F, and the person may go into a coma and die! Certainly, then, hyperthermia is to be avoided! Okay, so let s drive the oral body temperature way below its lower normal limit of about 976
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Fig 133 Hyperthermia (A) and hypothermia (B): Too much, or too little, of a good thing
PART 4 Anatomy and Physiology of Animals
degrees F! you might helpfully suggest at this point In this way, we won t have to worry so much about hyperthermia! But, thinking carefully, are we still not breaking the S-shaped pattern of thermoregulation or homeostasis Here, however, the breaking of pattern or introduction of Biological Disorder is at the low end, rather than the high end, of the body temperature range When oral body temperature plunges signi cantly below 976 degrees F, then a state of hypothermia (high-pohTHER-me-uh) is said to exist Hypothermia is a de cient or below normal (hypo-) condition of body heat Since it represents temperature going down to an excessively low level, hypothermia (like hyperthermia), if great enough, can result in coma and death
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The Human Endoskeleton: Our Hard Dried Body Lying within
If we humans are just a bag of bones, then, having discussed the bag (skin), we now need to consider the bones! Recollect that crabs, lobsters, and other arthropods ( 11) have soft bodies that are covered and protected by a tough exoskeleton of the substance, chitin The skeleton or hard dried body is on the outside, like a coat of mail or battle armor Human beings and most other vertebrates, however, have taken the exactly opposite approach to these arthropods in protecting their delicate internal organs from physical trauma and injury They possess an endoskeleton (EN-dohskel-uh-tun), or hard dried body within (endo-) A big peach, in a plant-sense, has its own form of endoskeleton a rockhard inner pit (Figure 134) As explained in 9, a ripened fruit, such as a nice round, pinkish peach, is actually the eshy wall of a plant ovary, which encases and protects the seeds holding the delicate plant embryos In peaches, the stony pits are the seeds that contain the early embryos for germinating new peach trees In humans and our animal relatives, the endoskeleton is comprised of many individual bone organs (and the joints made between them) But instead of protecting a delicate plant embryo, bones in the skull or cranium protect the soft eyes and brain And bones in the thorax or chest wall protect the relatively soft heart and lungs In both the peach and the human body, a very thin, tough integument or skin ensheaths a large quantity of relatively soft esh And lying deep within this eshy mass is a protective peach pit or (in the case of vertebrate animals) a protective endoskeleton
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