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Keywords and Sections
FORMING
CENTRAL REGION
CELLS SURROUNDING
THICKER
HOLLOW SPHERE
CELLS
EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX
BLASTOCYST
EMBRYOGENESIS
MESODERM
BLASTOMERES
GASTRULATION
HYPOBLAST
ARCHENTERON
BLASTULA
BLASTOCOEL
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Forming

  1. This occurs immediately before the blastocoel appears, forming the blastula.

Central Region

  1. A blastocoel(e) or blastocele or cleavage cavity or segmentation cavity is the central region of a blastula (or blastosphere). (Web site)

Cells Surrounding

  1. The blastula is produced by mitosis of the zygote, and is a ball of cells surrounding a fluid-filled cavity (the blastocoel). (Web site)

Thicker

  1. Unlike in sea urchins, the cells surrounding the blastocoel are thicker than a monolayer.

Hollow Sphere

  1. It consists of a thin-walled, hollow sphere (trophoblast) enclosing a blastocoel. (Web site)

Cells

  1. When the number of cells reaches 40 to 150, a central, fluid-filled cavity (blastocoel) forms.

Extracellular Matrix

  1. The mesenchyme cells divide rapidly and migrate along the extracellular matrix (basal lamina) to different parts of the blastocoel.

Blastocyst

  1. Blastocoel: The fluid-filled cavity inside the blastocyst. (Web site)

Embryogenesis

  1. Blastocyst - The blastocyst is the structure formed in early embryogenesis, after the formation of the blastocoel, but before implantation.

Mesoderm

  1. The mesoderm, consisting of the mesenchyme cells that have proliferated in the blastocoel, will become all the other internal organs.
  2. Some triploblastic animals have a cavity formed from blastocoel, rather than mesoderm. (Web site)
  3. Other epiblast cells move laterally into the blastocoel, forming the mesoderm. (Web site)

Blastomeres

  1. The blastula stage typically features a fluid-filled cavity, the blastocoel, surrounded by a sphere or sheet of cells, also called blastomeres. (Web site)
  2. It is formed by the invagination of blastula cells (blastomeres) into the blastocoel.

Gastrulation

  1. During gastrulation, embryonic cells migrate through an opening within the embryo known as a blastocoel.

Hypoblast

  1. One is the Hypoblast, which lies next to the Blastocoel and gives rise to the Extraembryonic Endoderm, which forms the Yolk sac. (Web site)

Archenteron

  1. These involuting cells will eventually form the archenteron which displaces and eventually replaces the blastocoel.
  2. The filopodia --thin fibers formed by the mesenchyme cells--found in a late gastrula contract to drag the tip of the archenteron across the blastocoel. (Web site)
  3. Secondary invagination involves the elongation of the archenteron across the blastocoel, where it attaches near the animal pole of the embryo. (Web site)

Blastula

  1. Subsequent cleavages produce a hollow ball comprised of thousands of cells called the blastula, which contains a fluid-filled cavity, the blastocoel. (Web site)
  2. The blastula is usually a spherical layer of cells (the blastoderm) surrounding a fluid-filled or yolk-filled cavity (the blastocoel). (Web site)
  3. Early divisions produce a hollow ball one cell thick, called a blastula, which encloses the blastocoel, or cleavage cavity.

Blastocoel

  1. The hypoblast spreads out and covers the blastocoel to form the yolk sac.
  2. Blastocoel —The cavity in the blastula of the developing embryo.
  3. As the embryo grows during gastrulation, cells also bud off the hypoblast and migrate into the blastocoel to form mesenchymal cells. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Nature > Life > Animals > Blastula
  2. Archenteron
  3. Hypoblast
  4. Embryonic Cells
  5. Blastomeres
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