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This article is from Frontiers in Zoology, volume 11.AbstractIntroduction: In insects, the pumping of the dorsal heart causes circulation of hemolymph throughout the central body cavity, but not within the interior of long body appendages.
Hemolymph exchange in these dead-end structures is accomplished by special flow-guiding structures and-or auto

Author: Hustert, Reinhold; Frisch, Matthias; Bohm, Alexander; Pass, Gunther

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