Definition of Otocyst. Meaning of Otocyst. Synonyms of Otocyst

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Definition of Otocyst

Otocyst
Otocyst O"to*cyst, n. [Oto- + cyst.] (Zo["o]l. & Anat.) An auditory cyst or vesicle; one of the simple auditory organs of many invertebrates, containing a fluid and otoliths; also, the embryonic vesicle from which the parts of the internal ear of vertebrates are developed.

Meaning of Otocyst from wikipedia

- Otic vesicle, or auditory vesicle, consists of either of the two sac-like in****tions formed and subsequently closed off during embryonic development...
- in****tes towards the embryonic mesoderm, it forms the auditory vesicle or otocyst. The auditory vesicle will give rise to the utricular and saccular components...
- potential mates. The "ear" of the nautilus consists of structures called otocysts located immediately behind the pedal ganglia near the nerve ring. They...
- microtia, Myosotis, otalgia, otic, otitis, otocephaly, otocleisis, otoconium, otocyst, otodynia, otolith, otology, otopathy, otophyma, otoplasty, otorhinology...
- arteries, metanephros, branchial arches, pancreas, the portal vein, and otocyst. Generally, JAG1 expression patterns correlate with organ systems affected...
- microtia, Myosotis, otalgia, otic, otitis, otocephaly, otocleisis, otoconium, otocyst, otodynia, otolith, otology, otopathy, otophyma, otoplasty, otorhinology...
- resemble salamander tadpoles. They have fluid-filled sensory organs known as otocysts. The larvae continue to be brooded at first but are later liberated into...
- resemble salamander tadpoles. They have fluid-filled sensory organs known as otocysts. The larvae continue to be brooded for a while but are later liberated...
- KH, Barald KF, Lomax MI (Oct 1997). "Novel genes expressed in the chick otocyst during development: identification using differential display of RNA"....
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