What Is the Purpose of the Malpighian Tubule in Arthropods?

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Arthropods are invertebrate animals with similar characteristics like possession of exoskeleton and segmented bodies. The Malpighian tubule is an excretory organ in arthropod which is used to get rid of nitrogenous wastes.
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