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hemocoel

[′hē·mə‚sēl]
(invertebrate zoology)
An expanded portion of the blood system in arthropods that replaces a portion of the coelom.
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bassiana is of great importance (Feng et al., 1994; Wraight et al., 2000; Torrado-Leon et al., 2006; Daniel and Wyss, 2010) as it penetrates through cuticle and propagates in the haemocoel to kill insect pests (Toledo et al., 2010).
They were diffused organs consisting of highly branched follicles surrounded by connective tissue and haemocoel spaces.
hupensis haemo-lymphocytes To study response of haemo-lymphocytes to a foreign substance, such as Sheep Red Blood Cells (SRBC), a hole was created on snail's shell with a small wimble (0.5 mm in diameter) and then a suspension of 1% SRBC was injected into the haemocoel of the snail through the hole by using a micropipette.
Moreover, some of these catabolic enzymes may be important in the invasion of fungi into the haemocoel or body cavity.
anisopliae might use a combination of enzymes to penetrate the cuticle and access the nutrient-rich host haemocoel. The extracellular protease of M.