pharynx outer epithelium

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NAME:

  pharynx outer epithelium


DEFINITON:

  Heavily ciliated epidermal cells covering the outer surface of the pharynx shaft. These are "insunk" epidermal cells in which the nuclei reside behind the layers of longitudinal and circumferential muscles and the epithelial cell body sends out a ciliated projection to the surface to cover and encase the shaft.


TERM DEFINITION CITATIONS:

  ASIN:B000M4NK9M


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TERM ID:

  PLANA:0000472


ABOUT THIS TERM:

pharynx outer epithelium

  ↳is a ciliated epithelium and material entity

  ↳contained in posterior region of the whole animal and parapharyngeal region

  ↳existence overlaps juvenile, asexual adult and adult hermaphrodite

  ↳immediately superficial to pharynx outer longitudinal muscle cell

  ↳part of pharynx


  → pharynx outer longitudinal muscle cell immediately deep to pharynx outer epithelium


  → pharynx outer epithelium surface part of pharynx outer epithelium



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