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Air vessel

Air vessel

a vessel, cell, duct, or tube containing or conducting air; as the air vessels of insects, birds, plants, etc.; the air vessel of a pump, engine, etc. For the latter, see air chamber. The air vessels of insects are called tracheae, of plants spiral vessels.


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