Hemocoel Dynamics

Consider a wave of particles moving through a compartment of a hemocoel as the hemocoel shrinks. Hemolymph continues to move and evolve through the intricacies of the architecture over the surfaces of the hemocoel as long as particles can find a connected path of permissible pathways that are above threshold all along their course. At any moment depending on position of the insect as well as yaw and pitch and vibrations of walking or flight, the fluid particles are either driven at random or start out from a random state, but for flow of information to occur between two points, regions able to transmit flow must remain joined together in a random network even though internal and external dynamics continue to modify the random network with time.

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