Biology Organisms & Population part 12 (Organisms which Regulate) class 12 XII | Summary and Q&A

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Biology Organisms & Population part 12 (Organisms which Regulate) class 12 XII

TL;DR

Organisms have the ability to regulate their internal environment through osmo regulation and thermoregulation, maintaining the right amount of water and a constant temperature.

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Key Insights

  • 🐦 Mammals and birds have the ability to regulate their internal environment.
  • 💦 Osmo regulation is the maintenance of the right water content within the body, while thermoregulation is the maintenance of a constant internal temperature.
  • 💦 Fishes maintain water content through gills, humans through kidneys, and amoeba through contractile vacuoles.

Transcript

hello friends this video on organisms and population part 12 is brought to you by example.com no more fear from exam so let's talk about the regulate part first so we will talk about those organisms which has the ability to regulate so mostly all the mammals and birds they have the ability to regulate to adapt to their environment so when we say re... Read More

Questions & Answers

Q: What is regulation in organisms?

Regulation in organisms refers to their ability to control and maintain their internal environment, allowing them to adapt to external changes in their surroundings.

Q: What is osmo regulation?

Osmo regulation is the process through which organisms maintain the right amount of water content within their bodies, regardless of changes in the external environment. This is achieved through mechanisms such as the excretion of salt in fishes and the function of kidneys in humans.

Q: How does thermoregulation work?

Thermoregulation is the process by which organisms maintain a constant internal temperature despite fluctuations in the external environment. Mechanisms like goosebumps, shivering, and sweating help organisms adapt to cold and hot conditions.

Q: Do all organisms have the ability to regulate?

Yes, both advanced and lower organisms have the ability to regulate. From mammals and birds to single-celled organisms like amoeba, there are mechanisms such as contractile vacuoles in amoeba that help maintain the right water content within their bodies.

Summary & Key Takeaways

  • Organisms, including mammals and birds, have the ability to regulate their internal environment to adapt to their surroundings.

  • Regulation can occur through osmo regulation, which maintains the right water content within the body, and thermoregulation, which maintains a constant internal temperature.

  • Examples of osmo regulation include fishes excreting salt through gills and human kidneys removing impurities while maintaining water content.

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