Heart in reptiles, Biology


  1. Heart is incomplete 4 chambered, ventricles are not divided completely 2 auricels & 2 ventricles.
  2. Sinus venosus present, Truncus artiorsus absent [In lizzard foramen of pinazee present]
  3. Heart is arteriovenous heart.
  4. Criculation is partial double circulation.
  5. In crocodile heart is 4 chambered.
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