sycon

sycon

[′sī‚kän]
(invertebrate zoology)
A canal system in sponges in which the flagellated layer is confined to outpocketings of the paragaster that are indirectly connected to the incurrent canals.
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He also published several technical books and textbooks on biology, including "Some Phenomena of Regeneration in Sycon: With a Note on the Structure of its Collar-Cells" (1911), "The Individual in the Animal Kingdom" (1912), "Animal Biology" (with J.
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Calcareous sponges make up only 5% of all Porifera and are the only group with ascon (choanocyte-lined tubes) and sycon (long choanocyte-lined chambers branching off a central cavity) as well as leucon body plans.
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