How Do Cnidarians Breathe?


Cnidarians, what can most closely be described as jelly-fish, breathe through their epithelium by direct absorbing oxygen from surrounding water and expelling waste carbon dioxide into surrounding water.
Q&A Related to "How Do Cnidarians Breathe"
Jellyfish and sea anemone are among the 10,000 species of cnidarians. They have cell layers that absorb oxygen and expel carbon dioxide through the water. They have no actual respiratory
They use diffusion to get air through there body walls.
Most Cnidarians breathe through gas exchange over their entire body surface. They do not
They don't really breathe, they use diffusion to get the nutrients they need through their body walls. They use diffusion for respiration, excretion, and circulation. more
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