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- Mesoglea refers to the tissue found in jellyfish that functions as a hydrostatic skeleton. It is related to but distinct from mesohyl, which generally...
- internal gelatinous material called mesoglea, which provides the same structural integrity as a skeleton. The mesoglea includes mobile amoeboid cells originating...
- cells that they use mainly for capturing prey. Their bodies consist of mesoglea, a non-living jelly-like substance, sandwiched between two layers of epithelium...
- matrix (the mesoglea) with various cellular and fibrous inclusions, located between the epidermis and the gastrodermis. In some cases, the mesoglea is noncellular...
- cilia)    mesoglea Like those of cnidarians, (jellyfish, sea anemones, etc.), ctenop****s' bodies consist of a relatively thick, jelly-like mesoglea sandwiched...
- layers, the epidermis and gastrodermis, with a jellylike layer called the mesoglea between. Extracellular digestion takes place within the central cavity...
- about 4.5 millimetres (0.18 in) and is about as tall as it is wide. The mesoglea in the walls of the bell is uniformly thin, except for some thickening...
- terminal mouth opening, and are distinguished by the absence of cells in the mesoglea. Hydrozoa show great diversity of lifestyle; some species maintain the...
- structureless gelatinous substance termed mesoglea, secreted by the cell layers of the body wall. The mesoglea can be thinner than the endoderm or ectoderm...
- The mesohyl, formerly known as mesenchyme or as mesoglea, is the gelatinous matrix within a sponge. It fills the space between the external pinacoderm...
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