In situ cardiac perfusion reveals interspecific variation of intraventricular flow separation in reptiles.


The ventricles of non-crocodilian reptiles are incompletely divided and provide an opportunity for mixing of oxygen-poor blood and oxygen-rich blood (intracardiac shunting). However, both cardiac morphology and in vivo shunting patterns exhibit considerable interspecific variation within reptiles. In the present study, we develop an in situ double-perfused… (More)
DOI: 10.1242/jeb.139543

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