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  1. Integrating Concepts in Biology Title Page PowerPoint Slides for Chapter 23: Homeostasis at the Organismal Level Section 23.1 by A. Malcolm Campbell, Laurie J. Heyer, and Chris Paradise

  2. Homeostasis of Morphology Opening Figure

  3. Body Temperature Homeostasis Fig. 23.1

  4. Season Dimorphism in Arctic Fox Fig. 23.2

  5. Fur Adjusts to Seasonal Weather Fig. 23.3 change (% of August)

  6. Season Dimorphism in Camels Fig. 23.4

  7. Core Body Temperature Variations Fig. 23.5

  8. Loss of Cat Temperature Regulation Fig. 23.6

  9. Temperature Responsive Neurons Fig. 23.7

  10. Horse Anatomy Helps Thermoregulation Fig. 23.8

  11. Human Thermostat Maintains 37° C Fig. 23.9

  12. 2009 Paper Gender Distribution Fig. ELSI 23.1

  13. Obesity Epidemic in America Fig. 23.10

  14. Physiology of Body Fat Homeostasis Fig. 23.11

  15. Parabiotic Mice & Two Obesity Genes Fig. 23.12

  16. Table 23.1 Table 23.1 compare wt and ob rats

  17. Table 23.2 Table 23.2 compare wt, ob and db mice

  18. Cloning and Sequencing ob Gene Fig. 23.13

  19. Molecular Cause of ob and db Alleles Fig. 23.14

  20. Functional Verification of Leptin Fig. 23.15

  21. Leptin Receptor Distribution Fig. 23.16

  22. wt and db Gene Structure Fig. 23.17

  23. Lipostat Maintains Fat Homeostasis Fig. 23.18

  24. Human Variation of Leptin Levels Fig. 23.19

  25. Leptin Affects More than Fat Fig. 23.20

  26. Table 23.3 Table 23.3 fertility of ob males +/- leptin injections Table 23.3 Mouse litter sizes from wt females mated with ob males.

  27. Male Sterility in ob Mice Fig. 23.21

  28. High Fat Diets Affects Lipostat Fig. ELSI 23.2

  29. Plants Must Survive Environmental Stress Fig. 23.22

  30. Genes Respond to Environmental Stress Fig. 23.23

  31. Correlation of Gene Responses and Time Fig. 23.24

  32. Table 23.4 Table 23.4 Table 23.4 Number of genes that responded to only one environmental stress.

  33. Table 23.5 Table 23.5 Table 23.5 Current estimated number of genes for plants and animals.

  34. Specific Responses to Stresses Fig. 23.25

  35. Homeostasis of Apple Genome Fig. 23.26

  36. Evolutionary History of Apple Genome Fig. 23.27

  37. Tetraploid Plants from Diploid Parents Fig. 23.28

  38. Non-Random Inhibition of Alleles Fig. 23.29