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Structure-function relationships 2- Adaptation, Acclimatization and Accumulation 3- Principle of homeostasis Conformity and Regulation TOPIC 03 Structure-e Function Relationships Function is Based on Structure Structural design is matched to functional demands Such relationships arise through evolution and natural selection.
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A frog’s feeding process involves: Skeletal muscles of limbs for jumping on prey Smooth muscles of stomach for grinding food Cardiac muscles of heart for distribution of food All these structures are adapted for their functions Structural Specialization for Functions Skeletal muscles—evolved and adapted for movement of bones
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Smooth muscles of digestive tract—specialized for grinding admixing. Cardiac muscles—specialized to pump and circulate blood Structure-Function Relationships Exist At All Levels of Biological Organization System level uncles Cellular level—Muscle cells Macromolecular level—Sarcomeres Molecular level—Actin & Myosin.
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A slowly occurring evolutionary process. Involves thousands of generations. Physiology of species becomes well matched to the environment. Ensures survival of the species. Generally not reversible. Acclimatization.
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Non-dividing cells inside the tubule the lining will represent Sertoli cells, which nourish a support spermatocytes Location of cells As germ cells divide by meiosis, they move toward the inner lining before being released into the lumen as sperm.
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