Vertebrate heart, Biology

VERTEBRATE HEART

  1. Heart = Cardia. Most important organ of body. Main function is to pump the blood. Study of heart is cardiology.
  2. In heart auricles and ventricles present. Truncus arteriosus, sinus venesus may present in lower vertebrates.
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