What are branchiae? What are examples of animals that “breath” through branchiae?

11 months ago

Branchiae, also known as gills, are small portions of richly vascularized tissues internal or external to the body and in direct contact with the surrounding water. The gills are organs that make gas exchange in aquatic annelids, crustaceans, fishes and amphibian larvae (e.g., tadpoles).


Dipti KC
May 25, 2023
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