Acoela


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Acoela

[ā′sēl·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
An order of marine flatworms in the class Turbellaria characterized by the lack of a digestive tract and coelomic cavity.
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Degenerating epidermal cells in Xenoturbella bocki (phylum uncertain), Nemertodermatida and Acoela (Platyhelminthes).
Studien uber skandinavische Turbellaria Acoela. II.
In other lophotrochozoan and in ecdysozoan, the studied species possess just one or two ParaHox genes (Cdx and Xlox), also including the acoela Nemertoderma westbladi (Westblad, 1937) (Jimenez-Guri et al.
They are distributed into the following taxa: Acoela, Nemertodermatida, Catenulida, Macrostomida, Polycladida, Prolecithophora, Lecithoepitheliata, Revertospermata, Proseriata, Tricladida, Dalytyphloplanida and Kalyptorhynchia (Schockaert et al., 2008; Van Steenkiste et al., 2013).
The importance of the larval shell in the classification of the sacoglossa and the acoela (Gastropoda Opisthobranchia).
Evolution of body-wall musculature in the platyhelminthes (Acoela, Catenulida, Rhabditophora).
However, new information, especially from molecular phylogeny, has demonstrated that the Acoela and Nem-ertodermatida.
generation of new fibers by fission of existing fibers seems to be an evolutionarily conserved mechanism that also occurs in Acoela, presumably the most basal bilaterian animals (Semmler et al., 2008).
On the symbiosis between Amphidinium klebsii (Dinophyccac) and Amphiscolops langerhansi (Turbellaria: Acoela).
Specimens of Convoluta naikaiensis (Acoela) and Planocera multitentaculata (Polycladida) were collected on the shore near the Ushimado Marine Laboratory.