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RESPIRATORY - RESPIRATORY SYSTEMS ADAPTATION TO SPECIFIC...

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RESPIRATORY SYSTEMS ADAPTATION TO SPECIFIC HABITATS
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Functions of Respiratory System • O 2 /CO 2 exchange Cellular respiration pH regulation – CO 2 from H 2 CO 3 and HCO 3 - H +
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Types of Respiratory Systems Surface area of animal No specialized structures Tracheae of arthropods Gills Lungs
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Requirements for Respiratory Structure Q = DA(C1-C2) X Wet surface or wet habitat Thin structure Large enough surface area Life style of animal Demands on the animal
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Plethodon Salamander                                                                                                                                        
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Respiration in Annelids
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Salamander Gills Dwarf Mudpuppy, Nectarus
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Mosquito Respiration Abdominal tube penetrates water surface to allow breathing.
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Gills of Feather Duster Worm Sabella melanostgma, marine Annelid
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Respiratory Gills of Mayflies
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Gills of Fish
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Countercurrent Exchange in Gills
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Tracheole Tubes in Arthropods
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Structure of Tracheoles
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