There are many factors that go into determining the metabolic rates of an organism. One way to rank them is by looking at how much energy or heat they produce in a given amount of time per gram of body mass. This list ranks organisms from lowest to highest, going from -5 kcal/gBM to +5 kcal/gBM. Organisms with higher values have a faster rate than those with lower values. Note: this ranking does not take other factors into account such as environment, type of food consumed, and activity level; it only considers metabolism due to rest alone (basal metabolic rate).
The bat is ranked number one on this list because its metabolism produces 5 kcal for every 1g of body mass.
The shrew is ranked number two because its metabolism produces only -0.05 kcal for every gram of body mass (this means it consumes less energy than the bat).
The whale, on the other hand, has a high metabolic rate at +20 kcal per gram of body mass due to their large size and need for more energy in order to move around.
Insects are not included in this list because they usually have such low values that they would never be able to survive if they were any lower (-30kcal/gBM or below). Instead insects rely heavily on sugar as an energy source rather than food sources like animals do. This also means that since insects don’t eat, they don’t need to worry about the conversion of sugar into glucose.
75 grams (lowest) to 125 grams (highest).
C) choose the list that correctly ranks metabolic rates per gram of body mass, from highest to lowest.
D) choose the list that incorrectly ranks metabolic rates per gram of body mass, from lowest to highest.
E) Choose one or more answer choices and drag them into their correct position in a new column on this page: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z. Listing from lowests to highsesst
A. rat, mouse, rabbit, human
B. rat, human, mouse, rabbit
C. rat, rabbit, human ,mouse
D. mouse ,rabbit
E. none of these answers are correct (insert the answer)
A is the list that correctly ranks metabolic rates per gram of body mass from lowest to highest: -rat,-human,,-mouse,-rabbit.- The information in C and D is incorrect because they rank them wrong order; a higher animal would have a lower metabolism rate than a smaller one and vice versa with E it does not show how many grams make up each creature’s weight so there can be no accurate ranking between size or even species for that matter without knowing
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The metabolic rates per gram of body mass are as follows:
Carnivores – 0.47 calories per kilogram.
Herbivores – 0.67 calories per kilogram.
Omnivores – 0.70 calories per kilogram .
Humans (mainly vegetarian) – between 400 and 600 kcal per day for every kg of weight or fat they carry around, which is about 1000 to 1500 kcals for a person measuring 160 lbs in the US or 18 stone/100kgs in the UK). The figures vary depending on age, gender, activity levels and other factors including height and basal metabolism rate[i].
In order from lowest to highest—Carniv
Horseflies (a type of fly)
The correct order is: Gorillas, Horses, Pigs, Dogs, Cats, Hedgehogs and then the rest of the animals in alphabetical order. It’s important to note that metabolic rate per gram does not take into account differences between species such as size or metabolism speed; it simply measures how many calories an animal burns at a specific weight. The higher up on this list you go–that is to say, closer to gorillas–the slower your heart beat will be because metabolisms slow down when body mass decreases