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A view of the lower part of the trachea, dividing into the main bronchial tubes, which again branch into a tree-like form.
Again, the air-tubes or tracheæ of insects are, like the trachea and bronchi of many Vertebrates, air-breathing organs.
FORM AND FUNCTIONE. S. (EDWARD STUART) RUSSELL
At the anterior end of the trachea we find already formed in the amphibia the larynx, the important organ of voice and speech.
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An ordinary canula is placed in the trachea and the wounds are dressed.
If the wound be in the middle line it is impossible to miss the trachea.
The trachea was therefore exposed, but appeared to be normal.
This was possibly an enlarged gland which pressed upon the trachea.
In this way the subglottic region and trachea can be explored.
The female is more brightly coloured than the male, and has a convoluted trachea, elsewhere a masculine character.
The trachea showed a similar irritated condition with that of the bronchi.

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