Tracheae - respiration, Biology

Tracheae - Respiration

Insects that have successfully colonised the terrestrial environment have evolved a respiratory system very different from other land animals - the tracheal system. Apart from insects other arthropods, such as millipedes, centipedes, a few arachnids and terrestrial crustaceans have tracheae as respiratory organs.

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