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Chapter 7 Opener The burden of food . Figure 7.1 The second law of thermodynamics in action . Figure 7.1 The second law of thermodynamics in action . Figure 7.2 The uses of energy by an animal. Figure 7.2 The uses of energy by an animal.

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Chapter 7 Opener The burden of food


Figure 7.1 The second law of thermodynamics in action


Figure 7.1 The second law of thermodynamics in action


Figure 7.2 The uses of energy by an animal


Figure 7.2 The uses of energy by an animal


Figure 7.3 In this type of external work, some of the energy driving locomotion is converted to potential energy of position


Box 7.2 Units of Measure for Energy and Metabolic Rates


Figure 7.4 Lavoisier’s direct calorimeter


Figure 7.4 Lavoisier’s direct calorimeter


Box Extension 7.4A


Box Extension 7.4B


Figure 7.5 Specific dynamic action (SDA)


Figure 7.5 Specific dynamic action (SDA)


Figure 7.6 The effect of body size on weekly food requirements


Figure 7.6 The effect of body size on weekly food requirements


Figure 7.7 BMR as a function of body weight in various species of placental mammals


Figure 7.7 BMR as a function of body weight in various species of placental mammals


Figure 7.8 Weight-specific BMR as a function of body weight in various species of placental mammals


Figure 7.8 Weight-specific BMR as a function of body weight in various species of placental mammals


Figure 7.9 Weight-specific metabolic rate as a function of body weight in four groups of vertebrates


Figure 7.9 Weight-specific metabolic rate as a function of body weight in four groups of vertebrates


Figure 7.10 Metabolic rate and body weight are related linearly on log–log coordinates


Figure 7.10 Metabolic rate and body weight are related linearly on log–log coordinates


Figure 7.10 Metabolic rate and body weight are related linearly on log–log coordinates (Part 1)


Figure 7.10 Metabolic rate and body weight are related linearly on log–log coordinates (Part 2)


Figure 7.11 Hearts of a horse, cat, and mouse: Heart size in mammals is roughly proportional to body size


Box 7.5 Scaling of Heart Function


Figure 7.12 Herbivores of different body sizes coexisting on an African grassland


Figure 7.13 As the circulatory system is scaled up and down in size and extent, constraints predicated on fractal geometry may help give rise to allometric metabolic scaling


Figure 7.13 As the circulatory system is scaled up and down in size and extent, constraints predicated on fractal geometry may help give rise to allometric metabolic scaling


Figure 7.14 Net growth efficiency during each year of life in Pacific sardines (Sardinopssagax)


Figure 7.14 Net growth efficiency during each year of life in Pacific sardines (Sardinopssagax)


Table 7.1


Table 7.2


Table 7.3 (Part 1)


Table 7.3 (Part 2)


Table 7.4


Table 7.5


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