Category: Biology | Physiology

Respiration in Fishes

Respiration is a physiological process by which organisms exchange gases (especially intake of oxygen and releases of carbon-di-oxide),with the environment. This process is also known as external respiration. On the other hand, internal or cellular respiration means the oxidation of complex organic substances (carbohydrates or fats) within cells and tissues to form carbon dioxide and water with release of energy. (BdFISH Dictionary)

Respiration refers a physiological process by which …read more