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To explore how the tubules evolved, the team examined hormone signals in a dozen other beetle species.
Fruit flies use four of these tubules to filter their blood-like fluid.
In 2016 a group at Harvard’s Lewis Lab used 3D printing to re-create the nephrons’ tubules, complete with a vascular network for blood flow—but they only stayed alive for a little over two months.Artificial Kidneys Are a Step Closer With This New Tech|Vanessa Bates Ramirez|June 3, 2020|Singularity Hub
But if the lymph capillary is a closed tubule at its commencement this does not follow.
The fine chitinous tubule is especially conspicuous in connection with these largest goblets.The Origin of Vertebrates|Walter Holbrook Gaskell
Inner and outer aperture of the tubule of the same size; their diameter equal to their length and distance.
Foraminal tubule stout, cylindrical, usually somewhat contorted; its orifice irregular in outline.
This tubule, which does not extend beyond the surface of the cellular coat, is liable to be broken off in dried specimens.