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Green glands are found in A Scorpion B Moth C Cray fish D Spider

Green glands are found in

A

Scorpion

B

Moth

C

Cray fish

D

Spider

 
 
 

Grade:12th pass

4 Answers

abhilash sharma
askIITians Faculty 28 Points
one year ago
Green glands can be defined as a pair of excretory organs in each side of the head region of decapod crustaceans, emptying at the base of the antennae.
Green glands, also called as antennal or maxillary glands, help carry out excretory functions in crayfish. These glands act much like kidneys in humans and help crayfish remain healthy by eliminating toxic substances and waste products in their urinary and circulatory systems.
abhilash sharma
askIITians Faculty 28 Points
one year ago
Green glands can be defined as a pair of excretory organs in each side of the head region of decapod crustaceans, emptying at the base of the antennae.
Green glands, also called as antennal or maxillary glands, help carry out excretory functions in crayfish. These glands act much like kidneys in humans and help crayfish remain healthy by eliminating toxic substances and waste products in their urinary and circulatory systems.
Akash sharam
51 Points
6 months ago
  • If the tubule adjacent to the excretory pore is green, the gland is called a green gland. …are found among crustaceans: the antennal gland and the maxillary gland....so correct ans is scorpion because it is member of crustacean 
irshad hussain
100 Points
5 months ago
Hint: Green glands or the antennal glands are paired glands in prawns, shrimps, etc. They help in the elimination of ammonia waste from the body. They are one of the excretory organs seen in Arthropods. They have three distinct parts and are present in the larger antennae of the organisms.

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