10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ENDOSTYLE»
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Environment, Development, and Evolution: Toward a Synthesis
There are a number of similarities between ascidian larvae, amphioxus (
Branchiostoma), and larval lampreys, but the most pronounced similarity is the
presence of the endostyle (subpharyngeal gland) in all three chor- dates. This
Brian Keith Hall, Roy Douglas Pearson, Gerd B. Müller, 2004
Antarctic Ascidiacea: Monographic Account of the Known ...
Occurrence Vessels Longest Position and Depth between Gut D imension, of
Testis Species in Meters Shape* Foldst Loop cm Lobes nordenskjoldi Magellanic
area AAb 4-6 (10-12) Across endostyle Beneath ovary Michaelsen, 1898 (90) ...
The Dissection of Vertebrates: A Laboratory Manual
Humans, for example, do not possess a tail, notochord, or pharyngeal slits, but
pharyngeal pouches, a notochord, and a tail are transient features that are
present during embryonic development. The endostyle is represented by its
Gerardo De Iuliis, Gerald DeIuliis, Dino Pulera, 2006
Animal Evolution: Interrelationships of the Living Phyla
(1999) searched the branchial gut of the enteropneust Schizocardium for
structures resembling the chordate endostyle and found that the epibranchial
gland (which is situated along the dorsal side of the branchial gut) consists of
Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital
increased. Embryologically it has been shown (Reese, A. M. : Proc. Am. Acad.
Nat. Sd., Phila., 1902, 85) that at first the endostyle is an open ventral midline
groove in the floor of the branchial sac just as in Tunicates and Amphioxus but in
Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin
Sci., Phila., 1902, 85) that at first the endostyle is an open ventral midline groove
in the floor of the branchial sac just as in Tunica-tes and Amphioxus but in the
course of its development great distortions and modifications are required.
Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1913
A Textbook of Vertebrate Zoology
A portion of the branchial wall of Ascidiella scabroides. Endostyle. The food
particles consisting of microscopic plants and animals are carried in through the
branchial aperture by the water current but they do not pass out to the atrium.
Most of ...
S N Prasad, S. N. Prasad, Vasantika Kashyap, 1989
Comparative Vertebrate Endocrinology
This process is aided by a ventral outgrowth from the floor of the mouth called the
endostyle or subpharyngeal gland. An analogous tissue also exists in amphioxus
and ascidians. It secretes a sticky mucus that traps the food particles before ...
Advances in Marine Biology APL
Iodine is actively taken up and bound in the cells of zone 7 of the endostyle, a
simple epithelium lying between the dorsal glandular tract and the ciliated lip (
zone 8) of the endostyle (see Fig. 8). According to Thiebold and Illoul (1967) the ...
Frederick Stratten Russell, J. Mauchline, 1975
Developmental Genomics of Ascidians
The Ciona endostyle consists of nine zones, including supporting zones (zones 1
, 3, and 5), three-pairs of glandular zones (zones 2, 4, and 6), and iodine-binding
zones (zones 7, 8, and 9) (Fig. 17.6A), while the amphioxus one contains seven ...