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Histology of the tracheolar insect retina system






Revista Colombiana de Entomologia 25(1/2): 79-81

Histology of the tracheolar insect retina system

Histology and architectonics of the tracheolar system in the retina of Polybia scutellaris, Sceliphron figulus, Trypoxylon palliditarse, Xylocopa violacea and Manduca sexta were studied. It was concluded that the tracheolar network was more dense at the level of the external chiasma.


Accession: 003161140



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