PHYSIOL ECOL AQUATIC ORGANISMS
PHYSIOL ECOL AQUATIC ORGANISMS NRM 5324
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NRM 5324 Lecture 911 Outline Circulation and Gas Exchange General Circulatory system 0 Blood 0 components 0 function 0 Heart 0 chambers 0 function 0 Primarycirculation o venous system 0 arterial system 0 Secondary circulation Gas exchange 0 Aerial and aquatic gas exchange 0 Conditions for adequate gas exchange 0 Gill structure and function 0 Other external gas exchange systems used by aquatic organisms o Ecological costs and benefits of aquatic and aerial gas exchange strategies IV Oxygen002 transport by blood NRM 5324 Lecture 5 Outline The aquatic habitat VI VII Basic water characteristics General habitat classification Freshwater Estuaries Seashores Oceans Special habitats NRM 5324 Lecture 67 Outline A Physical exchanges with the environment Diffusion Thermal exchanges I Radiation ii Conduction iii Convection iv Evaporation v Net thermal exchange Osmotic exchange i Osmosis ii Solute concentrations iii Net diffusionactive transport Gas exchange i Diffusionconvection Metabolicthermal scaling Poikilothermyhomeothermy ectothermyendothermy Body mass and metabolism i allometric relationships ii inertial homeothermy