Respirator pigments and breathing, Biology

RESPIRATORY PIGMENTS -

Resp. pig. is generally Hb (Fe is attached to globine by chellate bond).

In Earthworm Erythroqruorine present.

Haemocyanine (Cu) generally dissolved in plasma e.g. Crustacean, Molusca.

In Uro chordata venidium (green) present.

BREATHING -

Common breathing is Eupnia. Loud breath is Tachypnia. Slow breath is Brachypnia. Difficult breath is Dyspnia.

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