Tracheal terminal cells provide oxygen to the gastrointestinal system

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In the fly oxygen is transported by direct diffusion. The respiratory or tracheal system is an interconnected tubular organ that provides oxygen via specialized terminal branches. Acquired with a Leica SP5 confocal microscope at the Department of Zoology – University of Cambridge.

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