adult hermaphrodite

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NAME:

  adult hermaphrodite


DEFINITON:

  A fully formed, sexually mature organism that reproduces through cross-fertilization.


TERM DEFINITION CITATIONS:

  PMID:11972158, PMID:19022767


TERM CITATIONS:

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TERM ID:

  PLANA:0004503


ABOUT THIS TERM:

adult hermaphrodite

  ↳is a life cycle stage


Expand to see terms that existence overlaps adult hermaphrodite

  → pharynx pouch epithelium
  → sperm duct epithelial surface
  → parenchyma
  → gut branch
  → tuba lumen
  → sperm duct epithelium
  → oviduct epithelium
  → sperm duct lumen
  → post-pharyngeal region
  → oviduct lumen
  → pharynx epithelium
  → tail tip
  → copulatory region
  → ovarian somatic gonadal cell
  → testis somatic gonadal cell
  → female primordial germ cell
  → sperm duct epithelial cell
  → oviduct epithelial cell
  → gamete
  → collecting duct epithelial cell
  → distal tubule epithelial cell
  → proximal tubule epithelial cell
  → yolk cell
  → glutamatergic neuron
  → ovary nerve plexus
  → testis nerve plexus
  → lateral nerve
  → transverse commissure
  → viscid gland cell
  → rhabdomere
  → TrpA+ central nervous system neuron
  → cintillo+ sensory neuron
  → secretory duct
  → releasing gland cell
  → reproductive structure
  → rhabdome
  → pharynx inner epithelium
  → pharynx circular muscle cell
  → reproductive organ
  → adhesion gland
  → anchor cell
  → postsynaptic cell
  → premeiotic germ cell
  → post-meiotic germ cell
  → posterior pole
  → anterior pole
  → glial cell
  → pharynx tip
  → optic nerve
  → pharynx outer epidermal cell
  → ommochrome pigment cell
  → medial muscle cell
  → meiotic germ cell
  → melanosome
  → mucus
  → marginal adhesive zone
  → pharynx inner epidermal cell
  → inner zone of gland cells
  → genital atrium
  → germline stem cell
  → eumelanin
  → extracellular matrix
  → early male germ cell
  → ventral nerve cord
  → epidermal rhabdite
  → dorsal-ventral muscle cell
  → early female germ cell
  → proximal tubule
  → pharynx pouch
  → bulbar cavity
  → Category 1 cell
  → parenchymal musculature
  → cephalic ganglia lobe
  → outer longitudinal muscle cell
  → mouth
  → optic cup
  → brain visual center
  → intestinal phagocyte
  → anterior tip
  → inner longitudinal muscle cell
  → auricle
  → gastrodermis
  → flame cell
  → adhesive papilla
  → goblet cell
  → esophagus
  → enteric musculature
  → flame bulb
  → adenal rhabdite
  → dorsal stripe
  → distal tubule
  → diagonal muscle cell
  → collecting duct
  → cephalic ganglia
  → circular muscle cell
  → eye
  → Category 3 cell
  → epidermis
  → pigment cup cell
  → midline
  → gut
  → Category 2 cell
  → digestive tract lumen
  → oral opening
  → pharynx lumen
  → pharynx pouch cavity
  → pharynx inner epithelium surface
  → pharynx outer epithelium surface
  → gastrodermis surface
  → pharynx pouch epithelial surface
  → head
  → prepharyngeal region
  → parapharyngeal region
  → tail
  → tail stripe
  → neoblast
  → gonopore
  → bursal canal
  → male primordial germ cell
  → spermatogonial stem cell
  → optic chiasm
  → anterior commissure
  → cholinergic neuron
  → spermatocyte
  → GABAergic neuron
  → spermatid
  → lateral branch
  → spermatogonium
  → submuscular nerve plexus
  → gastrodermal plexus
  → pharynx nerve plexus
  → oogonial stem cell
  → subepidermal nerve plexus
  → cement gland
  → neuropil
  → pharynx outer epithelium
  → vitelline gland
  → pharynx musculature
  → pharynx radial muscle cell
  → oogonial cell
  → serotonergic neuron
  → dopaminergic neuron
  → body wall musculature
  → secretory pore
  → octopaminergic neuron
  → pharynx longitudinal muscle cell
  → pharynx
  → photoreceptor neuron
  → Category 4 cell
  → protonephridia
  → Category 5 cell

  → egg capsule produced by adult hermaphrodite



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