Respiration in scorpion or spider, Biology

RESPIRATION IN SCORPION OR SPIDER -

  • Respiratory organs are book lungs.
  • A book lung is a chamber containing a series of thin, vascular, parallel lamellae arranged like the leaves in a book.
  • Fresh air is drawn into the chamber and after exchange of gases in the lamellae, the foul air is expelled by muscular action.

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