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Aerial Respiration

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Humans amongst a wide range of other species undergo this type of respiration. Aerial Respiration involves attaining water from the atmosphere (or dissolved oxygen in water) which is used in the organisms respiratory system. For the oxygen to be absorbed, a water layer is required so that their is a regulatory control (via a concentration gradient) on the exchange of gases.