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University of Western Sydney trading as Western Sydney University ABN XXXXXXXXXXCRICOS Provider No: 00917K


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University of W
estern Sydney trading as W
estern Sydney University ABN XXXXXXXXXXCRICOS Provider No: 00917K

University of W
estern Sydney trading as W
estern Sydney University ABN XXXXXXXXXXCRICOS Provider No: 00917K

University of W
estern Sydney trading as W
estern Sydney University ABN XXXXXXXXXXCRICOS Provider No: 00917K

University of W
estern Sydney trading as W
estern Sydney University ABN XXXXXXXXXXCRICOS Provider No: 00917K
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Soumi answered on May 07 2020
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Bioscience 1 Assessment 2 (Part B)
Student Name: Patel Meet Bhavinbhai            
Student ID: 18502510
Task 1- Feedback review on Part A
This activity is to be completed and submitted as part of Assessment 2 (Part B). This activity should
ing to your attention the importance of referencing and paraphrasing and help to improve your marks awarded for Academic Style and Referencing.
Use your submitted Assessment 2 (Part A) when considering the following questions. Please highlight or underline your chosen answer.
a) Did you include in-text references in your answer and a reference list at the end?
a) Yes
) No
) What is the purpose of including in-text references and a reference list in an assessment?
a) Provide evidence for the source of the information
) Allows information to be included without paraphrasing
c) Permits information to be directly copied without rewriting
c) What is the purpose of submitting your assessment through Turnitin?
a) Allows you to identify material that needs to be referenced
) Allows you to identify material that needs to be paraphrased
c) Allows you to identify inco
ect information that should be removed
d) Which of the following Turnitin similarity percentages best represents an assessment that has been well paraphrased?
a) 80-95%
) 50-60%
c) 10-30%
Task 2- Short answer questions.
Each question is worth 5 marks and has a 200-word limit
Answers must be in complete sentences and include in-text references
Answer the following questions:
Question 2- The skin plays a key role in body temperature homeostasis.
a) Why must the body’s temperature be regulated? (40 words; 1 mark)
Answer:
    Body temperature must be regulated because if the environment is too hot and the body becomes heated due to it, it would get heat stroke, whereas if the environment gets too cold, the body would suffer from hypothermia (Yahav, 2015).
) Describe the role the skin plays in body temperature regulation when the body is exposed to hot and cold environmental conditions (160 words; 4 marks)
Answer:
        Skin plays the role of regulating the body temperature by contracting, dilating the blood vessels and releasing the excess heat of body through sweat from the sweat glands. As mentioned by Romanovsky (2014), skin regulates the temperature inside the body in accordance with the temperature that is outside it. For example, if the body is exposed to excessively hot environmental conditions, then the skin
ings down the body temperature to a lower one, and vice versa. As informed by Caldwell, Matsuda-Nakamura and Taylor (2014), when the environmental temperature is cold, the blood vessels of the body are contracted by the skin to capture the body heat inside, and while there is too much heat outside, the blood vessels are dilated to...
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