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Body Wall Ultrastructure of Macroposthonia Xenoplax (Nematoda) *)

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The cuticle of Macroposthonia xenoplax consists of three zones: - a trilaminated cortical outer zone with a supplementary multilaminated layer on the top of each annule. - a median matrix zone with an outer multi-layered fibrillar and an inner loose fibrillar region. - an inner striated zone. Under the cuticle lies the epidermis which surrounds the amphidial ducts and the stylet sheath. The body muscles consist of an outer myofilamentous and an inner sarcoplasmic region. The stylet muscles are attached to the base of the cephalic framework.

Affiliations: 1: Leerstoel voor Dierkunde, Faculteit van de Landbouwwetenschappen, Rijksuniversiteit, Gent (Belgium)


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