Principles of Design and Function of Circulatory Systems
These introductory remarks address morphological and functional aspects of invertebrate circulatory systems. Particular emphasis is being placed on vascular fluids and their contained cells, their interaction and roles in defense mechanisms.
KeywordsFree Amino Acid Frictional Resistance Comparative Physiology Tubular System Free Amino Acid Composition
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