Heart in mammals, Biology

Birds and Mammals -

  • Heart is 4 chambered.
  • 2 auricles & 2 ventricles.
  • Sinus venosus & truncus arteriosus absent.
  • Arteriovenous heart.
  • Double circulation i.e. pressure is more.
  • In aves right systemic arch present.
  • In mammals left systemic arch present.

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