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B-1000: The Anatomy, Structure & Function of Fish Gills

B-1000: The Anatomy, Structure & Function of Fish Gills

Learn about how gills accommodate more than just breathing underwater!

Presenter: Dr Rob Jones BVSc(Hons), MACVSc(Aq), MAqua – The Aquarium Vet

Date: December 15, 2013 Time:

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Duration: 1.0 hour

CEPD Credits: 1.5 hours

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This webinar will cover the anatomy, structure and function of the gills. At the end of the webinar you should understand not only the structure but the physiological processes that are carried out by the gills and their importance to the homeostasis of the fish.

Speaker: Dr Rob Jones BVSc(Hons), MACVSc(Aq), MAqua – The Aquarium Vet

Objectives:
1. How respiration occurs in fish.
2. Understand the structure and function of various cells found in the gill.
3. The differences between freshwater and saltwater fish gills in function and structure.
 

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