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Antennal gland

Historical Examples

In the Decapoda the antennal gland is largely developed and is known as the “green gland.”
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 7, Slice 7 Various


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  • Antennary

    of, relating to, or resembling an . bearing ; antennate. Historical Examples Arising from the anterior portion of the heart are the antennary arteries, running to the antenn. Elementary Zoology, Second Edition Vernon L. Kellogg antennary furrow: in Mallophaga, grooves on the under side of the head in which the antennae lie. Explanation of Terms […]

  • Antennas

    a conductor by which electromagnetic waves are sent out or received, consisting commonly of a wire or set of wires; aerial. Zoology. one of the jointed, movable, sensory appendages occurring in pairs on the heads of insects and most other arthropods. Contemporary Examples Molex specializes in little-noticed but vital devices like connectors, antennas, and switches. […]

  • Antennate

    having antennae.

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    a pivotal projection at the rim of an antennal socket.

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