parenchymella

parenchymella

[pə¦reŋ·kə′mel·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
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The cellular basis of photobehavior in the tufted parenchymella larva of demosponges.
Depth regulation in parenchymella larvae of a demosponge: relative roles of skeletogenesis, biochemical changes and behavior.
While a parenchymella of a sponge is not directly comparable in structure to the gastrula of an echinoderm, the migration of cells into the core of the parenchymella in the sphinctozooid sponge Vaceletia (=Neocoelia, Simpson, 1984, p.
The parenchymella of a sponge is not homologous with the gastrula of a vertebrate, but the mechanism that produces the cell layers in these embryos is homologous.
2007a,b), gastrulation, patterning, and differentiation events in Amphimedon give rise to a radially symmetrical parenchymella larva with 3 cell layers, at least 11 differentiated cell types, and a tissue-like structure, the photoreceptor pigment ring (Leys and Degnan, 2002).
This paper addresses the ontogenetic change in the light response and its cytological basis in the parenchymella larva of the demosponge Reneira sp.
A radial or circumferential sheath has been described in many parenchymella larvae as a subepithelial cell layer (Meewis, 1941; Brien, 1973; Woollacott, 1993).
An amphiblastula or coeloblastula is produced by calcareous sponges; a parenchymella is the larva of the majority of demosponges, but several other larval types are known; and a trichimella is exclusive to hexactinellid sponges.
Ultrastructure de la larve parenchymella d'Hamigera hamigera (Schmidt) (Demosponge, Poeciloscierida).
In Demospongiae, several authors have suggested that the coeloblastula or parenchymella larvae express an existing polarity in their attachment to the substrate.
The free-swimming parenchymella larvae of Haliclona permollis are about 250 [[micro]meter] in length and 180 [[micro]meter] in width.
Large oocytes (393 [+ or -] 91 [[micro]meter]) are fertilized internally and are incubated until they develop into mature parenchymella larvae [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 3D OMITTED].