IGCSE Biology 3rd edition GCSE Biology 3rd edition

Respiratory Flow in Fish

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Respiratory Flow in Fish

Water is taken in through the mouth, passes over the gills and is expelled via the operculum. Movements of the mouth floor and operculum create the current and the 'valves' (skin flaps) maintain a one-way flow

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