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Meaning of Tracheole from wikipedia
(trā'kē-ōl') is a fine respiratory
tube of the trachea
of an insect
or a spider, part of the respiratory
1 µm in...
- of the body. At the end of each tracheal
branch, a special
cell (the tracheole
a thin, moist interface
for the exchange
of g****es between
structures. Because oxygen
is delivered directly
, the circulatory system
is not used to carry
oxygen, and is therefore...
- their diameters
large, and 'tracheoles
' when their diameters
are very small. The tracheoles
with individual cells
have an open respiratory system
made up of spiracles, tracheae, and tracheoles
to transport metabolic gases
to and from tissues. An adult's trachea
- taenidium) are cir****ferential thickenings
of the cuticle inside
in an insect's respiratory
system. The geometry
of the taenidiae
- spiracles, and circulates within
in a system
, through whose walls
can diffuse. Diving
beetles, such as the...
is the open respiratory system composed
of spiracles, tracheae, and tracheoles
that terrestrial arthropods
have to transport metabolic gases
to and from...
- oxygen diffuses
in. The tracheal system branches
repeatedly, the finest tracheoles bringing
to each cell, allowing gaseous exchange
- of tracheoles
, each coiled within
cell of the epithelium
of a trachea, and the subsequent opening
of communication between
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