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Spiracles are small openings on the surface of some animals that usually lead to respiratory systems.
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Spiracles, specialized structures featured in the class Insecta, provide the breath of life. ... The spiracles open into large tracheal tubes that lead to ever ...
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These openings (called spiracles) are located laterally along the thorax and ... After passing through a spiracle, air enters a longitudinal tracheal trunk, ...
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Information about Spiracles in the free online English dictionary and ... blowhole - the spiracle of a cetacean located far back on the skull ...
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A description of the Glossary of terms relating to entomology ... Spiracles. Holes along the side of an insect's body through which it breathes. Tarsi ...
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Monarca: Butterfly Beyond Boundaries. ... Spiracles. holes along the side of an insect's body through which it breathes. Tentacles ...
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... the term spiracle. ... The spiracles, openings that allow gas exchange in insects, are ... can open or close the spiracles by contracting muscles along its ...
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What is Spiracles? Meaning of Spiracles medical term. What does Spiracles mean? ... spiracle (redirected from Spiracles) ... spiracle ...
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spiracle n. Zoology. A respiratory aperture, especially: Any of several tracheal openings in the exoskeleton of an insect or a spider
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Giant Water Bug (Abedus herberti) Fascinating Facts ...
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The significance of spiracle conductance and spatial arrangement for flight ... In this ant, the abdominal spiracles combined only have approximately half the ...
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The posterior spiracles are composed of two structures: the filzkörper, an ... The development of the posterior spiracles of Drosophila may serve as a model to ...
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spiracles. b. molting. c. mandibles. d. parthenogenesis. Hint. 2. ... the spiracles. b. the tympanum. c. the legs. d. antennae. Hint. 8. ...
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... the body, and open in tiny holes called spiracles, located along the abdomen. ... can open and close these spiracles, to conserve water that would otherwise ...
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... abdomen region consists of the wings, tympanum, spiracles, and two pairs of legs. ... Spiracles- tiny holes that allows air to enter the trachea. Senses ...
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Insects breathe through spiracles and tracheae. ... Spiracles are holes on the sides of the body that admit air into the trachea ...
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spiracles. Insects. Insects can be considered the most successful. animals on Earth. ... spiracles. Insects have an incredible capacity to. reproduce. ...
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Pseudoscorpions possess two pairs of spiracles that are located laterally on the ... In addition, in no arthropod are the spiracles totally constricted. ...
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An annotated checklist of the hawkmoths (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) of Siberia, ... Spiracles rather large, oval, flush, rich orange tipped with whitish at the ...
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