... the morula and precedes the gastrula in the development sequence. A blastula has around 128 cells, with a large central cavity called the blastocoel
. Also called blastosphere .
... A blastomere is the structure which results from the divisions of a fertilised egg during embryonic development .
... A blastocoel
(e) or blastocele is the fluid-filled central ... cells through mitosis. Aspects of the topic blastocoel
are discussed in the following places at ... early embryogenesis, after the formation of the blastocoel
, but before implantation. The nature of ...
... is produced by cleavage of a fertilized ovum and consists of a spherical layer of around 128 cells with a large fluid filled space called the blastocoel
in the animal pole of the embryo. The blastula follows the morula and precedes ... blastula n. , pl. -las or -lae ( ). An early ...
... founder cells, which occupy the tip of the archenteron . ... the involuting sheets of cells create the archenteron , which displaces the blastocoel
... Note that the gut is not formed yet (no archenteron ) ... ... the SMCs at the tip of the archenteron lacked detectable LvNotch expression. ...
... terms,biology abbreviations ... acoelomate Lacking a body cavity between the gut and the ... ACOELOMATE - Mesoderm obliterates the. blastocoel
in the embryo. PLATYHELMINTHES. 3 main classes ... First of 2 Acoelomate c.s. View of whole fluke organism. ... ... or body cavity. • Two ...