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Reptiles Respiratory System

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Andrea Nieto Lopez

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Andrea Nieto Lopez Respiratory System of Reptiles Reptiles: Group of vertebrates
7900 species alive today
They cannot regulate their own body temperature.
They have scales and hard-shelled eggs.
Trutles, tortoises, snakes, alligators and lizards. How does the system work? Reptiles have a complete respiratory system
They have lungs, trachea, glottis and nostrils. The air is brought through the trachea which is composed of several cartilaginous rings.
The trachea never divides into bronchial ramifications.
The air goes into a cavity or two that opens to the lung
Reptiles (except for cocodrilians) do not have a diaphragm, so inhaling and exhaling depend entirely of the chest movement. Lungs The lungs are hallow sacs with folds inside.
In the interior, there are lots of chambers, that are divided again into different compartments Work Cited "Reptilia." Chest Books. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Mar. 2013.
<http://chestofbooks.com/animals/zoology/Anatomy/
Reptilia-Part-10.html#.UT2KZtaJ-So>.

"Reptilia." Chest Books. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Mar. 2013.
<http://chestofbooks.com/animals/zoology/Anatomy/
Reptilia-Part-10.html#.UT2KZtaJ-So>.
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