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Embryonic Development of Free-Living Marine Nematodes Hypodontolaimus Inaequalis, Desmodora Serpentul Us and Theristus Setosus

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Cleavage of H. inaequalis is variable until the 5-blastomere stage and is accompanied by amoeboid activity of blastomeres. The 5-blastomere stage is followed by a pause, after which the cleavage becomes ordered and bilaterally symmetrical. In D. serpentulus the second division produces a T-shaped figure which becomes rhomboid. Further divisions acquire a strict bilateral symmetry. The second division of T. setosus gives rise to a tetrahedron, the subsequent cleavage is bilaterally symmetrical. The cleavage of the three species sharply differs from development of marine Enoplida and resembles that of the subclass Secernentea.

Affiliations: 1: Institute of Developmental Biology, U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences, 26 Vavilova Str., Moscow 117334


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