Heart of cockroach, Biology

Heart of cockroach:
  1. In cockroach, heart is situated in pericardial sinus. It has13 chambers
  2. These are one behind the other. Each chamber opens into preceeding one.
  3. The last chamber is closed posteriorly. The first chamber opens into head sinus by a blood vessel called aorta.
  4. Pores called ostia are present on the side walls of these chambers.
  5. Through ostia blood enters into chambers of heart.
  6. In the heart blood flows from posterior to anterior direction.

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