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Fish physiology - Wikipedia

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Fish physiology is the scientific study of how the component parts of fish function together in the living fish. It can be contrasted with fish anatomy, which is the study of the form or .... The gr...

Bony Fish Anatomy and Physiology - Sea World

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A bony fish's heart has two chambers: an atrium and a ventricle. ... Muscle- generated heat warms the blood circulating through the red muscle, ... Some species of bony fishes can absorb considerable amounts of oxygen through their skin.

FISH, a quick course on the biology of fishes (Ichthyology)

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There are many species of sharks which can inflict severe bodily injury and require the ... If this were so, the presence of blood would certainly have induced that ..... The tunas and mackerel sharks can actually have core body temperatures ten ...

The Earth Life Web, Thermoregulation in Fish

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An introduction to the biology of thermoregulation in fish and sharks. ... However this does not mean that they are completely complacent about body temperature. ... So to have a more effectively functioning brain and muscles we need to keep ... It occurs in only a few species, all of which are marine and swim constantly.

Section 4: Cartilaginous Fishes - Shark Research & Conservation ...

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A number of shark and ray species are fished, commercially or for sport. ..... such as great whites and makos, have a body temperature that can be quite a ... However, many sharks do have to swim continuously: due to their low blood pressure,.

Jawless Fish | CK-12 Foundation

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Nov 29, 2012 ... The early jawless fish are thought to have relied on filter feeding to capture ... As other sea life evolved, these jawless fish began to feed on other fish species, and are now ... This means that their internal temperature depends on the ... (though they do have a skull), whereas lampreys do have vertebrae.

Fish Resource Guide - Understanding Evolution

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temperature of the environment they are in. ... Though most fishes have scales covering their entire body, some only have ... showing common external and internal features of bony fishes. ... Pectoral Fins – depending on the type of fish, they can be used for swimming and ... carbohydrates and helps destroy old blood cells.

Fish Biology - Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission

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A few fish, like the lamprey, skates, sharks and rays, have a skeleton of rubbery, gristly ... Fish have a two-chambered heart and a blood circulatory system. ..... Each fish species has a specific range of water temperatures in which it can live.

Fish - Q-files Encyclopedia

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Fish are cold-blooded animals, so their body temperature depends on their surroundings. There are two main groups of fish: the cartilaginous fish, including sharks and ... Most kinds of fish cannot survive out of water, because they do not have ... of their head, it passes over the gills and tiny blood vessels extract the oxygen.

FISH BIOLOGY RESPIRATON

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Most fish have external gills that are ventilated by a unidirectional flow of water, by pumping or swimming ... Oxygen solubility determined by temperature ... Microscopic gill structure: showing gill filament and lamellae (Red blood cells evident.) ... However, this can only be used consistently by strong swimmers ( sharks, tuna).

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Fish - Structure and Function. Biology article by D G Mackean

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There are two main groups of fish, bony fish (Teleosts) and cartilaginous fish ( Elasmobranchs). As the ... The teleosts are far more numerous, with a greater diversity of species than the ... Their temperature varies with the temperature of their surroundings. Fish living in warm seas will have correspondingly warm blood ...

Sharks & Rays | WiseOceans

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Sharks & Rays are FISH, but they are very special fish, they are cartilaginous fish ... species which can be further classified into around 400 species of sharks .... This red muscle has a good blood supply and helps the shark to swim slowly for a long time ... Most fish are cold blooded; their body temperature is the same as the ...

Shark Savers :: Shark Biology Primer

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When you think of a shark what distinctive features do you think of? ... To be classified in Class Chondrichthyes, the fish has to have a skeleton made of cartilage, not ... Sharks have five rigid fins which they can't fold down against their bodies (unlike .... blood around their body, feeding their musckes and producing heat.