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A blastocoel(e) or blastocele is the fluid-filled central region of a blastocyst. A blastocoele forms during embryogenesis when a zygote divides into many cells through mitosis.
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Aspects of the topic blastocoel are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References formation by blastula ( in blastula (biology) ) ...the development of an embryo by repeated cleavage of a fertilized egg. The cells of the blastula form an epithelial (covering) layer, called the blastoderm, enclosing a fluid-filled cavity, the...
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The blastocyst is the structure formed in early embryogenesis, after the formation of the blastocoel, but before implantation.
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The nature of blastocoel formation is especially important for our understanding ... The blastocoel is initially formed as cytoplasmic vesicles or droplets, followed ...
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blastula are called blastomeres, and surround a cavity, the blastocoel. ... blastocoel forms between two layers of cells within the blastoderm. ...
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... that proteins needed for blastocoel formation and ingression become properly localized? How does the blastocoel cavity form from an initially adherent group ...
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... filopodia which make contact with the blastocoel wall and they assist in pulling ... continues to involute as the blastocoel shrinks and the endoderm now forms ...
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... the blastocoel cavity is ... their shape and start to ingress into the blastocoel cavity. ... along the fibers in the blastocoel cavity and then settle down ...
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an almost solid ball of cells with a small blastocoel. b. ... a disc of cells on top of the yolk that includes a thin blastocoel. d. ...
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Gastrulation It has been suggested that epiboly be merged into this article or section. ... The hypoblast spreads out and covers the blastocoel to form the yolk sac. ...
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In organisms that reproduce sexually, once a sperm fertilizes an egg cell, the result is a cell called the zygote that ... the blastocoel, surrounded by ...
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