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Anatomy - Respiration

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Bryce Angaran

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What is it? http://library.thinkquest.org/2824/Respiratory.html
New Book of Knowledge, 1987. Grolier Inc.

American Lung Association ©2013

Vitali, S. D., and K. C. Richardson. 1998.

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© 1995-2013 The Nemours Foundation. All rights reserved. Why do we need it? Respiratory
System By: Steven, Josh, Joseph and Bryce -The Respiratory system is the system for taking in oxygen and giving off carbon dioxide; in terrestrial animals this is accomplished by breathing.
-Our respiratory system consists of the nasal cavity, pharynx (throat), larynx (voice box), trachea (windpipe), bronchi, and lungs. - When air enters through the nose, the hairs in your nose act as filters. The throat collects the air coming from your mouth and nose and sends it to the trachea. The trachea divides into the left and right bronchus. At the end of the bronchus the Alveoli enters the oxygen into the blood as energy. -Oxygen is a necessity by all living organisms. It releases the energy needed to grow, reproduce, and maintain life through many reactions. Most organisms obtain their energy from the oxidation of food. Proifera and Cnidaria Proifera and Cnidaria respirate through diffusion.
For example a sponge takes in constant water flow so it can breathe and do everything else; without water a sponge will die. Cnidarian's use an internal cavity to breathe. The water goes in through the mouth and then the internal cavity allows the Cnidarian to breathe Platyhelminthes, Nematoda, and Annelida -Respiration of Platyhelminthes occurs through diffusion. Platyhelminthes use absorption through the body wall, which is how they get oxygen. Nematoda use diffusion to breathe and for circulatory substances around their body. Annelida breathe through their skin since they do not have lungs. If an Annelida's skin becomes dry it will not be able to breath., therefore their skin must be wet in order to breathe. Mollusca, Arthropoda and Echinodermata Amphibians and Reptiles - Amphibians have permeable skin that allows them to absorb both water and oxygen directly from the environment, right through their skin. Sources... Aves Mammalia Agnatha, Chondrichthyes and Osteichthyes Summary... Summary Cont... Thanks for Watching! Most Primitive to the Most Complex Mammalia mouth Agnatha:
are jawless fish
have gills that convert the water to oxygen What animals are in Agnatha, Chondrichthyes, and Osteichthyes; and how are there respitatory systems different? http://rspp.weebly.com/platyhelminthes.html The phylum Molusca have gills in order to get oxygen from the water.
The arthropoda, including many crustaceans, but few chelicerates and tracheates, use respiratory pigments to assist oxygen transport. - Many crustaceans, but few chelicerates and tracheates, use respiratory pigments to assist oxygen transport.
Are sharks
Have gills that pump water in
Have a ram ventalation which convertes the water to oxygen Chondrichthyes Humans breathe with the help of their diaphragm. When the diaphragm pushes up you breathe out and when the diaphragm flattens you breathe in. When you breathe in the oxygen is separated from the carbon. The oxygen is then taken to parts of your body and carbon is breathed out. Amphibians: - Amphibians are cold-blooded vertebrates that spend part of their lives in bodies of water (or watery places) and part on land. Reptilians: - Reptiles are cold-blooded, air-breathing vertebrates, a group that includes snakes, lizards, turtles, tortoises, crocodiles, and alligators.
- All reptiles breathe through their lungs. Despite lacking a diaphragm muscle, reptiles have a diaphragm-type respiratory system and the act of breathing is accomplished by the reptile moving its throat or rib cage. osteichthyes:
are bonyfish
respiration done through the gills Repiratory System of Bony Fish: Porifera & Cnidaria Porifera and Cnidaria use an internal cavity to breathe.
Platyhelminthes, Nematoda, and Annelida use diffusion to breathe (through their skin.)
Mollusca use gills, Arthropoda uses respiratory pigments, and Echinodermata use their simple gills and tube feet. Echinoderms have a a poorly developed respiratory system. They use simple gills and their tube feet to take in oxygen and pass out carbon dioxide. The avian respiratory system delivers oxygen from the air to the tissues and also removes carbon dioxide Parts of the respiratory system:
lungs Ostrich respitatory Amphibia, Reptilia, Aves and Mammalia have a similar respiratory system that uses lungs. uses diffusion uses lungs How it works for humans: Amphibia Aves Mammalia Reptilia P.860 in text book p.860 in our biology text books.
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