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GLY 1842 Lecture 22: nov. 14. Metabolism notes

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Nov. 14. 2016. metabolism fossil evidence ETB bird ancestry - avian homeothermy posture speed activity agility body size, bulk homeotherms growth and longevity histology (bone microstructure) vascularization and LAGs blood pressure and heart structure pneumatic bones insulation brain size and complexity feeding adaptations social behavior more common in homeotherms predator prey ratios lower in homeotherms ecosystems paleogeography high altitude fossils = homeotherms turbinates isotopic evidence 
 what was the metabolism of dinosaurs like? metabolism : all cellular processes that consume energy ectothermic:cold blooded, slow endothermic: hot blooded, fast homeothermic: maintain a somewhat constant body temperature poikilothermic: body temperature strongly affected by the environment steep slope = poikilotherm homeothermic vs poikilothermic values at least 4:1 can run 10:1 lion
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