AP Biology Chapter 41

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  • Figure 41.1 How does a lean fish help a bear make fat? For the Discovery Video Nutrition, go to Animation and Video Files.
  • Figure 41.2 Essential amino acids from a vegetarian diet
  • Figure 41.3 Storing protein for growth
  • Figure 41.4 Obtaining essential nutrients by eating antlers
  • Figure 41.5 Can diet influence the frequency of birth defects?
  • Figure 41.6 Four main feeding mechanisms of animals
  • Figure 41.6 Four main feeding mechanisms of animals
  • Figure 41.6 Four main feeding mechanisms of animals
  • Figure 41.6 Four main feeding mechanisms of animals
  • Figure 41.7 The four stages of food processing
  • Figure 41.8 Digestion in a hydra
  • Figure 41.9 Variation in alimentary canals
  • Figure 41.9a Variation in alimentary canals
  • Figure 41.9b Variation in alimentary canals
  • Figure 41.9c Variation in alimentary canals
  • Figure 41.10 The human digestive system
  • Figure 41.10 The human digestive system
  • Figure 41.10 The human digestive system
  • Figure 41.11 From mouth to stomach: the swallowing reflex and esophageal peristalsis
  • Figure 41.11 From mouth to stomach: the swallowing reflex and esophageal peristalsis
  • Figure 41.11 From mouth to stomach: the swallowing reflex and esophageal peristalsis
  • Figure 41.12 The stomach and its secretions
  • Figure 41.12 The stomach and its secretions
  • Figure 41.12 The stomach and its secretions
  • Figure 41.13 Enzymatic hydrolysis in the human digestive system
  • Figure 41.13 Enzymatic hydrolysis in the human digestive system
  • Figure 41.13 Enzymatic hydrolysis in the human digestive system
  • Figure 41.13 Enzymatic hydrolysis in the human digestive system
  • Figure 41.13 Enzymatic hydrolysis in the human digestive system
  • Figure 41.14 Hormonal control of digestion
  • Figure 41.15 The structure of the small intestine
  • Figure 41.15 The structure of the small intestine
  • Figure 41.15 The structure of the small intestine
  • Figure 41.16 Absorption of fats
  • Figure 41.17 Digital image of a human colon
  • Figure 41.18 Dentition and diet
  • Figure 41.19 The alimentary canals of a carnivore (coyote) and herbivore (koala)
  • Figure 41.20 Ruminant digestion
  • Figure 41.21 Homeostatic regulation of cellular fuel
  • Figure 41.22 Fat cells from the abdomen of a human
  • Figure 41.23 A few of the appetite-regulating hormones
  • Figure 41.24 What are the roles of the ob and db genes in appetite regulation?
  • Figure 41.24 What are the roles of the ob and db genes in appetite regulation?
  • Figure 41.24 What are the roles of the ob and db genes in appetite regulation?
  • Figure 41.25 A plump petrel
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