ani phys lecture 11-8

ani phys lecture 11-8 - Animal Physiology Lecture Notes...

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Animal Physiology Lecture Notes 11-8-07 Osmoregulation…pg 31 Protonephridia and metanephrinia Antenneal gland has ability to stores hemolymph Hemolymph ---blood of arthropod/insect Looking at osmlarity within the antennal gland over the course of the antennal                                                                   Fresh waster animals --- As material is moved through the canal, salt is removed from filtrate (fresh water), within  canal there is transport of material out of filtrate and back into the blood to the point  where if you examine the mOsm of the bladder, the levels are low, the animal has  pumped most of the salt out into the blood, bladder is squeezed and waste is removed Compare above with insect example below Insects --- Malpighian tubules ---empty into the junction of the mid-gut and hindgut rather than a 
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