1. What does the surface of a lamellae look like?
- an inverted dome
- a phospholipid bilayer
- a single layer of flattened cells
- an arch
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2. why are there rigid rings in the trachea on an insect?
- to replace the absent cell wall
- to keep air passages open
- to keep cells rigid
3. where does the water from the gills travel to after this?
- down the oesophagus
- out of the operculum
- to the gills
4. Bony fish have gill arches, where are these located?
- by either side of their head
- just below their fins
- on their abdomen
5. What is the benefit of narrower tracheoles? (insect)
- Shorter diffusion distance to each cell
- larger surface area
- larger surface area to volume ratio
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