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  1. arthropods
  2. spiracles, trachae, tracheoles, cell membranes

    no wet membranes therefore water loss is minimized
  3. its viscosity is greater than air's viscosity (~50 x)

    concentration of air is greater than the concentration of water (~30 x)

    ram ventilation

    ventiliation of gills and ram ventilation
  4. rotifera, cnidaria, platyhelminthes, porifera, nematoda
  5. primarily diffusion

    lined with exoskeleton & shed via molting
  1. a what are the limitations of water
  2. b animals w/out discrete respiratory systems
  3. c tracheal systems facts
  4. d other features of arthropod tracheal systems
  5. e have large surface area:volume ratios & low metabolic rates

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. large organisms tend to employ
  2. functions of respiratory system
  3. how many molecules of O2 can bind to one hemoglon
  4. what kind of tissues are the trachea and bronchi made of
  5. what is cooperativity

5 True/False Questions

  1. where additional O2 is released from hemoglobin at lower pH as a result of greater CO2 production.

    This is used to support more cellular respiration
    what is the Bohr shift

          

  2. moderates and smooths the basic rhythmwhat are gills

          

  3. uncoupling of circulatory & respiratory systems

    decrease in water loss (in open circulatory system)
    evolutionary strategy of tracheal systems

          

  4. via passive transportwhat animal has this:

    cutanous respiration & or gills or simple lungs

          

  5. autonomic & coordinated w/ the cardiovascular system

    breathing centers
    evolutionary strategy of tracheal systems

          

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