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dorsal blood vesselの例文

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  • A number of yellowish chloragogen cells surround the intestine and the dorsal blood vessel, forming a tissue that functions in a similar fashion to the vertebrate liver.
  • This tubule then leads to the main body fluid filtering organ, the nephridium or metanephridium, which removes metabolic waste from the digestive tract, which runs straight through from mouth to anus without coiling, and is flanked above and below by blood vessels ( the dorsal blood vessel and the ventral blood vessel as well as a subneutral blood vessel ) and the ventral nerve cord, and is surrounded in each segment by a pair of pallial blood vessels that connect the dorsal to the subneutral blood vessels.