Q. 54.3( 8 Votes )

In which organisms the cell membrane acts as the respiratory surface?

Answer :

The organism in which the cell membrane acts as a respiratory surface is Amoeba. In amoeba, the unicellular animal, the exchange of gases takes place through the cell membrane or the plasma membrane. The cell membrane of amoeba absorbs oxygen from the surrounding area and release carbon dioxide by the process of diffusion.


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