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5 Matching questions

  1. invaginations of the body surface

    intimately associated with the circulatory system

    have a dense network of capillaries under a epithelium
  2. thin membranes (resp epithelia)

    large surface area

    wet membranes
  3. via passive transport
  4. trachea

    bronchi

    bronchioles

    alveoli

    ciliated epithelium
  5. concentration of water
  1. a what are the mammalian lungs comprised of
  2. b how does O2 & CO2 move down their concentration gradients
  3. c essential requirements of respiratory systems
  4. d lungs
  5. e relatively low metabolic rates (aquatics have this)

    low adaptations to maximize exchange

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. what kind of tissues are the trachea and bronchi made of
  2. what kind of tissues are the alveoili made of
  3. system of sacs with one way flow system maximizes exchange
  4. movement of respiration media across the gills w/out any extra energy investment
  5. what do parabronchi replace

5 True/False questions

  1. sets basic rhythm

    monitors CO2 levels via pH (blood & cerebrospinal fluid)

    negative feedback system via pulmonary stretch receptors prevent lung over inflation
    tracheal systems facts

          

  2. spiracles, trachae, tracheoles, cell membranes

    no wet membranes therefore water loss is minimized
    other features of arthropod tracheal systems

          

  3. ram ventilation and ventilation of gillstypes of counter-current exchange system

          

  4. reduce mass

    assist ventilation

    receive fresh or stale air
    what are the mammalian lungs comprised of

          

  5. arthropodswhat animal has this:

    cutanous respiration & or gills or simple lungs