Excretion in cockroach, Biology


Animal is uricotelic. Excretory organs are malphighian tubules.

60-150 in 6-8 groups. In each group 10-15. Yellow coloured, blind tube, open in gut (Endonephric).

These tubules receive excretory material from haemolymph in the form of potassium urrate.

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