Published in Cardiovascular Business Week, March 13th, 2007
Study 1: Investigators publish new data in the report "Local control of pulmonary blood flow and lung structure in reptiles: implications for ventilation perfusion matching. Lung structure of reptiles is very diverse ranging from single chambered lungs with a simple structure to more complex and multi-chambered lungs. Increased structural complexity resulted from the evolution of smaller gas exchange units and larger surface area, which increases the pulmonary diffusive capacity for O(2)," scientists in Aarhus, Denmark report.
"However, increased structural complexity...
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