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Turtles share the linked circulatory and pulmonary (lung) systems of vertebrates, where the three-chambered heart pumps deoxygenated blood through the lungs and then pumps the returned oxygenated blood through the body's tissues. .

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The system consists of the heart, veins, arteries and capillaries.

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The external morphology of the leatherback heart resembles that of other turtles, but it is large.

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The atria are the top two chambers of the heart that receive incoming blood from the body. .

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Finally, with four chambers, the fully formed heart looks like what it is: the heart of a human being, the most highly evolved mammal.

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When it divides into two chambers, it is similar to a frog heart; with three chambers, a snake or turtle heart.

Turtles are a curious transition — they still have three chambers, but a wall, or septum is beginning to form in the single ventricle. The cardiopulmonary system has both structural and physiological adaptations that distinguish it from other vertebrates. .

The heart consists of four chambers arranged in a linear sequence. The heart of a salamander or reptile is made up of two atria and one ventricle. With the exception of crocodiles, which have a four-chambered heart, all reptiles have a three-chambered heart with two atria and one ventricle. . .

The research shows how a specific protein that turns on genes is involved in heart formation in turtles, lizards and humans.

Investigation into whether the apportionment of transarcolemmal and SR Ca 2+ reported for ventricular contraction of warm-acclimated, normoxic turtles (Galli et al. class=" fc-falcon">Respiratory System.

Apart from heart, heart-like organs are present only in Agnatha (Myxine and Petromyzon).

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During this period, the chambers of the heart contained an oxygen tension in the range of 12 to 21 torr, which encompasses the 15 torr measured in the systemic venous return of turtles swimming with access to normoxic air.

The research shows how a specific protein that turns on genes is involved in heart formation in turtles, lizards and humans.