anonymous
  • anonymous
How do marine vertebrates (such as fish, and amphibians) breathe in water?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I know gills, right? But I feel like there's more to it then just that.
anonymous
  • anonymous
they get the oxygen from the water.
anonymous
  • anonymous
hydrogen and oxygen, right? Hence \(H _{2}O\) ?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
yesss, it seems logic
anonymous
  • anonymous
True, thanks. c:
anonymous
  • anonymous
@thomaster o-O
thomaster
  • thomaster
Quel est le problème?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I need a more in depth explanation and a source behind it.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Pouvez-vous m'aider? Bien sur, vous pouvez, vous pouvez toujours lol.
thomaster
  • thomaster
you mean how to gills work? :P
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah, something like that lol.
thomaster
  • thomaster
It's works similar to lungs. exept there's water instead of air. The gill surface has capillaries. the oxygen in the water diffuses into the blood in the capillaries.
thomaster
  • thomaster
source: campbell biology 9th edition page 963 figure 42.23 \(\bf\Huge\color{#872af0}{:P}\)
anonymous
  • anonymous
I thought it said caterpillars. Cx

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