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Do Birds That Fly and Birds That Walk Have Similar Brains Like Humans

Andrew Anderson

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ISBN 10: 1425978517 / ISBN 13: 9781425978518
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Paperback. 296 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.7in.Flying birds have a thick coat of down and feathers that protect their body a specialized circulatory system constricts blood flow to their specialized versatile feet, and a digestive system quickly converts food into energy that begins with the bill. Migration is genetic with cold weather destroying food. Alterations in temperature and light stimulate the pituitary and adrenal glands into releasing two hormones that encourage fat storage for fuel used in migrating. Birds that fly have the abilities to learn and use tools to solve problems. The brain in humans and birds is the seat of the mind which interacts with the body through the senses and muscles. It receives sensory information from eyes and ears. The sensor cells in the nervous system transition external stimuli into electrical impulses that are conducted through the sensory nerves to regions in the brain. Penguins are genetically programmed to walk in single file 70 or more miles from the ocean to their rookeries where they meet their mates, build nest, lay eggs and hatch their young keeping the egg warm while the other mate walks back to the sea to eat and get food to bring back to the young. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. N° de ref. de la librería 9781425978518

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Título: Do Birds That Fly and Birds That Walk Have ...

Editorial: AuthorHouse

Encuadernación: Paperback

Condición del libro:New

Tipo de libro: Paperback

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Flying birds have a thick coat of down and feathers that protect their body a specialized circulatory system constricts blood flow to their specialized versatile feet, and a digestive system quickly converts food into energy that begins with the bill. Migration is genetic with cold weather destroying food. Alterations in temperature and light stimulate the pituitary and adrenal glands into releasing two hormones that encourage fat storage for fuel used in migrating. Birds that fly have the abilities to learn and use tools to solve problems. The brain in humans and birds is the seat of the mind which interacts with the body through the senses and muscles. It receives sensory information from eyes and ears. The sensor cells in the nervous system transition external stimuli into electrical impulses that are conducted through the sensory nerves to regions in the brain. Penguins are genetically programmed to walk in single file 70 or more miles from the ocean to their rookeries where they meet their mates, build nest, lay eggs and hatch their young keeping the egg warm while the other mate walks back to the sea to eat and get food to bring back to the young.

About the Author:

Born in Kansas, Andrew Anderson is a retired Aerospace Senior Design Engineer and a Business man. He was a design Engineer on the Apollo that landed on the moon. He also built two commercial buildings and managed a successful business for over 15 years including Government contracts over the New England States from his engineering office and retired in 1985 from the Mitre Cooperation in Bedford, MA. His previous books include America, Now Is the Time for Fast Steel Wheel and Maglev Trains, This Polluted World We Live in Gets Worse, The Long Road from Slavery to the 21st Century, What Every American Needs to Know, and Paradox-The Air We Breathe and The Wind and Clouds That Scatters Pollutants and Poisons All Over the World.

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