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Archenteron


The primitive gut that forms during gastrulation in the developing blastula is known as the archenteron. It develops into the digestive tract of an animal.
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Third, secondary mesenchyme pull the tip of the archenteron towards the animal pole. ... Archenteron/Primitive streak (Primitive pit, Primitive knot/Blastopore, ...
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Aspects of the topic archenteron are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References digestive system development ( in human digestive system: Embryonic development; ...embryo converts the initially single-layered embryo into a two-layered one, a process called gastrulation. The new inner layer of cells, called endoderm (sometimes...
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What is archenteron? Meaning of archenteron medical term. What does archenteron mean? ... archenteron /arch·en·ter·on/ (ahrk-en'ter-on) the ... archenteron ...
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Click on the first link on a line below to go directly to a page where "archenteron" is defined. ... archenteron: American Heritage Dictionary of the English ...
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Archenteron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ... archenteron /arch·en·ter·on/ (ahrk-en'ter-on) the primordial digestive cavity of ...
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By sectioning through the archenteron, Ettensohn (1985) and Hardin and Cheng ... to show that the epithelial cells of the archenteron rearrange as it elongates. ...
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... invaginates to form a stout cylinder called the archenteron. ... Eventually the tip of the archenteron makes contact with the ectoderm near the animal pole. ...
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gastrula n. , pl. -las or -lae ( ). An embryo at the stage following the blastula, consisting of a ... archenteron. neurula. gastrulate. blastopore ...
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... staining is detected in the invaginating archenteron (an endomesodermal tissue) ... mesenchyme founder cells, which occupy the tip of the archenteron. ...
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the involuting sheets of cells create the archenteron, which displaces the blastocoel ... Note that the gut is not formed yet (no archenteron) ...
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... the SMCs at the tip of the archenteron lacked detectable LvNotch expression. ... levels of apical LvNotch were distributed along one side of the archenteron, ...
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The vegetal plate undergoes primary invagination to produce the archenteron (primitive gut) ... of a labelled clone of cells during archenteron elongation. ...
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Regions (Color) of the Archenteron Roof into Early Triturus Gastrulae ... archenteron in its superficial layer (IMZS) and the ...
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Next, this short archenteron extends by rearrangements of endodermal cells that ... Finally, the archenteron is pulled to the stomodeal area by traction exerted by ...
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