Implications for Devices Batteries and Reservoirs

Circulations regulate. Physiological mechanisms, in even much smaller insect bodies than those of bees, together with their regulators and suppliers of energy are smaller than half a millimeter cubed. One problem for devices is batteries. Because of their bulk, we must position these energy sources at distances from where we require their energies. Long distances between sources and sinks dissipate useful energy. On the other hand, open circulations draw sources closer to sinks, and reduce excessive energy wastage. Now, what animals employ open circulations, and how do they live?

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