gastrodermis


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gastrodermis

[¦ga·strō¦dər·məs]
(invertebrate zoology)
The cellular lining of the digestive cavity of certain invertebrates.
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The diploblastic cnidarian body plan comprising the epidermis and gastrodermis has remained largely unchanged since it evolved roughly 600 Ma.
El blanqueamiento es una reaccion del coral a la ausencia o la disminucion de los suplementos de nutrientes, la elevacion en la temperatura del agua, la sedimentacion y turbidez, lo cual lleva a la expulsion de las zooxantelas de las celulas de la gastrodermis del coral, la degradacion de las zooxantelas de las celulas in situ o una combinacion de ambas (Hayes & Bush 1990, Rowan et al.
The identified structures in the histology sample of the control group confirm what was described by Gills and Haro (2001), being the distinguished structures pharynx cavity, pharynx lumen, gastrovascular cavity, epidermis, gastrodermis, layer of parenchyma.
Intestine sinuous especially in posterior half, with hemosiderin usually abundant in gastrodermis. Rectum length about equal to midbody diameter.
Fragmentation of the gastrodermis and detachment of zooxanthellae in symbiotic cnidarians: a role for hydrogen peroxide and [Ca.sup.2+] in coral bleaching and algal density control.
At [T.sub.6], several changes were observed in the distal end of the rhopalium, where the crystal was enclosed by a new layer of mesoglea separating it from both the epidermis and the gastrodermis (Fig.
The polyps have the typical cnidarian structure of an external epidermis and an internal gastrodermis, which lines the polyp cavity (Fautin and Mariscal, 1991).
During daylight, corals receive a substantial portion of the photosynthate produced by the endosymbionts living in their gastrodermis (32%-45% in Pocillopora damicornis) (Muscatine and Cernichiari, 1969), which can make up a significant portion of the coral's energy budget--in Porites compressa and Montipora capitata 65%-79% of daily metabolic energy is autotrophically derived (Grottoli et al., 2006).
At the oral end of the polyp there was scattered expression in the gastrodermis and epidermis, but there was a robust signal in large cells found in the complete mesenteries suspending the pharynx, as well as in the pharynx itself (Fig.
Many of + binding, EF these had enhanced hand protein expression in the Sym32 Carbonic symbiotic anhydrase gastrodermis Collagen compared to the non-symbiotic epidermis Identified specific gene duplications with a cnidarian-specific isoform upregulated in the symbiotic state Proposed model of aposymbiolic slate upregulating vesicular trafficking and symbiotic state upregulating metabolic exchange between the partners Coral Lipid bodies from Lipid Peng et al., 2011 host gastrodermal metabolism tissue were enzymes HSPs isolated, purified and characterized 42 proteins were identified in a variety of functional groups, including metabolism, intracellular trafficking and stress response.
Caspase activity in confocal images was evident as green staining in epidermis and in the gastrodermis housing resident symbionts, as shown in heat-stressed animals in VO and Sph but not in animals in SIP, FTY720, or in untreated animals incubated at ambient temperature (Fig.
The gastrodermis of healthy tissues also contains many zooxanthellae, and there is no red fluorescence in the healthy tissue sections.