definitive tissue

The Planarian Anatomoy Ontology (PLANA) is a collection of terms curated from the literature and other organism anatomy ontologies to describe anatomical features, life cycle stages and developmental processes in the regenerative flatworm Schmidtea mediterranea. The latest version of the PLANA Ontology is available through the Open Biological and Biomedical Ontology Foundry (OBO) . PLANA Ontology terms are searchable at the EMBL-EBI Ontology Lookup Service (OLS) and the PLANA Ontology Terms Page.

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Planarian Anatomy Ontology Term Overview


NAME:

  definitive tissue


DEFINITON:

  Adult tissues built during organogenesis that are present in juveniles at birth.


TERM DEFINITION CITATIONS:

  PMID:28072387, PMID:2888018


TERM ID:

  PLANA:0000037


ABOUT THIS TERM:

  definitive tissue "is a" tissue


  lateral nerve, transverse commissure, inner pharyngeal epithelium, adhesion gland, ganglion, ventral epidermis, tertiary gut branch, proximal tubule, secondary gut branch, posterior primary gut branch, pharyngeal pouch, parenchymal musculature, mouth, optic cup, gastrodermis, esophagus, flame bulb, sperm duct epithelium, oviduct epithelium, dorsal stripe, dorsal epidermis, distal tubule, pharyngeal epithelium, collecting duct, anterior primary gut branch, visceral musculature, nervous system commissure, nerve plexus, pharyngeal longitudinal muscle fiber, secretory pore, seminal vesicle, musculature of pharynx, vitelline gland, outer pharyngeal epithelium, tuba, copulatory bursa, neuropil, cement gland, pharynx nerve plexus, lateral branches, optic chiasma, oviduct, sperm duct, bursal canal, gonopore, neuron projection bundle and nerve "is a" definitive tissue


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