inner longitudinal muscle cell

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NAME:

  inner longitudinal muscle cell


DEFINITON:

  Inner most body wall muscle fibers arrayed along the anteroposterior axis. These fibers are thicker than the outer longitudinal muscle fibers. The pattern of these muscles differs along the dorsoventral axis, with the dorsal arrangement converging at the central zone of the anterior pole. The ventral arrangement is more parallel or may diverge slightly as it approaches the ventral pole.


TERM DEFINITION CITATIONS:

  planaref-0000003, PMID:26904543


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TERM ID:

  PLANA:0000069


ABOUT THIS TERM:

inner longitudinal muscle cell

  ↳is a longitudinal muscle cell and material entity

  ↳contained in tail, copulatory region, ventral region of the whole animal, posterior region of the whole animal, parapharyngeal region, prepharyngeal region, head, dorsal region of the whole animal and anterior region of the whole animal

  ↳develops from longitudinal muscle progenitor cell

  ↳existence overlaps juvenile, asexual adult and adult hermaphrodite


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