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Keywords and Sections
INNER SURFACE
CENTRAL CAVITY
DIGESTIVE CAVITY
CNIDARIANS
GASTRODERMIS
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    This Review contains major "Gastrodermis"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Inner Surface

  1. The inner surface of the cavity is lined with an epithelium, the gastrodermis. (Web site)

Central Cavity

  1. Extracellular digestion takes place within this central cavity which is lined with the gastrodermis, the internal layer of epithelium. (Web site)

Digestive Cavity

  1. The term endoderm is sometimes used to refer to the gastrodermis, the simple tissue that lines the digestive cavity of cnidarians and ctenophores. (Web site)

Cnidarians

  1. The endoderm layer in cnidarians is called the gastrodermis ("stomach skin"). (Web site)
  2. Cnidarians consist of two cell layers: an outer ectoderm and an inner endoderm (the gastrodermis) that lines the coelenteron. (Web site)
  3. Gastrodermis Lines the gastrovascular cavity and functions in digestion in cnidarians.

Gastrodermis

  1. Mesoglea A layer of gelatinous, mainly acellular membrane that separates the epidermis and the gastrodermis of cnidarians.
  2. The structure consists of two layers, the epidermis, or outer layer, and the gastrodermis, or inner layer.
  3. Cells in the outer layer (epidermis) and the inner layer (gastrodermis) have microfilaments that group into contractile fibers.

Categories

  1. Nature > Life > Animals > Cnidarians
  2. Mesoglea
  3. Epidermis
  4. Digestive Cavity
  5. Gastrovascular Cavity
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