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And Scudder, G. G. E. (1965). The transition phenomenon in relation to the penetration of water through the cuticle of an insect, Cenocorixa expleta (Hungerford). Can. J. Zool. 44, 621-662 Ramsay, J. A. (1935a). Methods of measuring the evaporation of water from animals. J . Exp. Biol. 12, 355-372 TRANSPIRATION, TEMPERATURE A N D LIPIDS 33 Ramsay, J . A . (1935b). The evaporation of water from the cockroach. J . Exp. Biol. 12,373-383 Spink, C. and Wadso, I. (1'176). Calorimetry as an analytical tool.

And Cox, M. E. (1963). The cuticular lipids of the cockroach, Periplaneta americana L. J. Insect Physiol. 9, 671-681 G u m , D. L. (1933). The temperature and humidity relationsof the cockroach BIatta orientalis. 1. Desiccation. J . Exp. Biol. 10, 274-285 32 A. R. GlLBY Hackman, R. H. (1974). Chemistry of the insect cuticle. In “Physiology of Insecta” (Ed. M. Rockstein) Vol. VI, pp. 216-270. Academic Press, New York and London Hadley, N. F. (1978). Cuticular permeability of desert tenebrionid beetles: correlation with epicuticular hydrocarbon composition.

Distinctive junctional structures are found in these areas and have not always been recognized as relating to tricellular associations but have been described as novel elaborations in the established structures of various junctional types, These misinterpretations as well as a detailed consideration of arthropod tricellular junctions of the septate and scalariform types has been included in a recent review (Noirot-TimothCe and Noirot, 1979). 1 43 Septate junctions INTRODUCTION Septate junctions, so called because of their ladder-like appearance in transverse section, were first described as septate desmosomes in Hydra by Wood (1959) although Fernhndez-Moran (1958) had previously shown their presence in the insect eye but identified them as “ultratracheoles”.

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