- post·tra·che·al, adjective
- pre·tra·che·al, adjective
- trans·tra·che·al, adjective
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How to use tracheal in a sentence
Respiration tracheal or branchial: the openings for the entrance of the air spiraculiform (stigmatiformes).An Introduction to Entomology: Vol. III (of 4) | William Kirby
He believed that the "air-vessels" or tracheal elements, tended to draw the plant upwards, and the roots to pull it downwards.
The tracheal rings are thus exposed and can be divided as before.
There were several enlarged bronchial glands at the root of both lungs; and the tracheal glands contained black fluid.An Investigation into the Nature of Black Phthisis | Archibald Makellar
The tracheal glands when examined, contained black fluid, similar in appearance to what was found in the bronchial glands.An Investigation into the Nature of Black Phthisis | Archibald Makellar