# The cell. Кулагина Ж.Д. - 40 стр.

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oxygen requirements and inhibition of the activity of all the organs occurs at the
same time, a condition known as anabiotic.
Ex. 19. Put questions to the missing parts of the sentences.
1. Physiologists assume that 2. The metabolism of different organisms has
features. 3. These features depend on 4. Metabolism has intensity within
one organism. 5. The specific character of metabolism depends on 6. We
must take into consideration other factors. 7. is the most important index
of the intensity of metabolic activity in animals. 8. animals cannot maintain
their body temperature constant. 9. These animals are called 10. Scientists
refer animals to this group. 11. animals have evolved the faculty to
maintain intensive metabolism. 12. They have evolved this activity because
13. They have temperature in the result. 14. Birds and mammals are called
15. happens to these animals when their bodies are overchilled. 16. Their
normal body temperature is 17. During hibernation their body temperature
falls because 18. Some animals hibernate because
Ex. 20. The plan of text C is given below. Some points are deliberately
omitted in it. Restore them and reproduce the text according to the plan.
The Specific Features of Metabolism in Different Organisms.
1. individuality and different intensity of metabolism;
2. dependence of metabolism on geographical conditions and climate;
3. temperature as an index of metabolic activity;
4. cold-blooded animals;
5. their ability to maintain their temperature constant;
6. hibernation;
7. inhibition of vital processes during hibernation.
Unit VII
Step 1
Ex. 1.Give Russian equivalents to the following word combinations:
the relations of plants and animals to one another; to be capable of responding to
changes; reaction to external stimuli; to be accomplished by sense organs; to
lack specific sense organs; to be produced in very small amounts; specific
glands; to differ from; plant regulators; active fields of plant physiological re-
search.
Ex. 2. Form nouns and adjectives from the following words, using
suffixes:
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oxygen requirements and inhibition of the activity of all the organs occurs at the
same time, a condition known as anabiotic.

Ex. 19. Put questions to the missing parts of the sentences.

1. Physiologists assume that … 2. The metabolism of different organisms has …
features. 3. These features depend on … 4. Metabolism has … intensity within
one organism. 5. The specific character of metabolism depends on … 6. We
must take into consideration … other factors. 7. … is the most important index
of the intensity of metabolic activity in animals. 8. … animals cannot maintain
their body temperature constant. 9. These animals are called … 10. Scientists
refer … animals to this group. 11. … animals have evolved the faculty to
maintain intensive metabolism. 12. They have evolved this activity because …
13. They have … temperature in the result. 14. Birds and mammals are called …
15. … happens to these animals when their bodies are overchilled. 16. Their
normal body temperature is … 17. During hibernation their body temperature
falls because … 18. Some animals hibernate because …

Ex. 20. The plan of text C is given below. Some points are deliberately
omitted in it. Restore them and reproduce the text according to the plan.

The Specific Features of Metabolism in Different Organisms.
1.   individuality and different intensity of metabolism;
2.   dependence of metabolism on geographical conditions and climate;
3.   temperature as an index of metabolic activity;
4.   cold-blooded animals;
5.   their ability to maintain their temperature constant;
6.   hibernation;
7.   inhibition of vital processes during hibernation.

Unit VII
Step 1
Ex. 1.Give Russian equivalents to the following word combinations:

the relations of plants and animals to one another; to be capable of responding to
changes; reaction to external stimuli; to be accomplished by sense organs; to
lack specific sense organs; to be produced in very small amounts; specific
glands; to differ from; plant regulators; active fields of plant physiological re-
search.

Ex. 2. Form nouns and adjectives from the following words, using
suffixes: