copulatory region

The Planarian Anatomoy Ontology (PLANA) is a collection of classes 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 classes are searchable at the EMBL-EBI Ontology Lookup Service (OLS) and the PLANA Ontology Terms Page.

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Planarian Anatomy Ontology Class Overview


NAME:

  copulatory region


DEFINITON:

  Portion of the sexual biotype body plan immediately posterior to the parapharyngeal region, and immediately anterior to the tail. Encompasses the copulatory apparatus.


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TERM ID:

  PLANA:0004527


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ABOUT THIS TERM:

  copulatory region "is a" anatomical region

  copulatory region "existence overlaps" juvenile and adult hermaphrodite

  copulatory region "existence starts during or after" juvenile

  copulatory region "posterior to" parapharyngeal region

  copulatory region "specific_to" Smed sexual biotype


  parapharyngeal region "is a" copulatory region

  parapharyngeal region, parenchyma, sperm duct epithelium, oviduct epithelium, sperm duct lumen, oviduct lumen, testis somatic gonadal cell, sperm duct epithelial cell, oviduct epithelial cell, collecting duct epithelial cell, distal tubule epithelial cell, proximal tubule epithelial cell, yolk cell, testis nerve plexus, viscid gland cell, releasing gland cell, adhesion gland, anchor cell, glial cell, ommochrome pigment cell, genital atrium, early male germ cell, ventral nerve cord, sperm, dorsal-ventral muscle cell, digestive tract lumen, neoblast, gonopore, bursal canal, sperm duct, testis, oviduct, penis papilla, male primordial germ cell, spermatogonial stem cell, spermatocyte, spermatid, spermatogonium, submuscular nerve plexus, gastrodermal plexus, subepidermal nerve plexus, cement gland, copulatory apparatus, copulatory bursa, vitelline gland, seminal vesicle, serotonergic neuron, body wall musculature, Category 4 cell, protonephridia, Category 5 cell, Category 2 cell, gut, epidermis, Category 3 cell, circular muscle cell, collecting duct, diagonal muscle cell, distal tubule, dorsal stripe, flame bulb, enteric musculature, goblet cell, flame cell, gastrodermis, inner longitudinal muscle cell, intestinal phagocyte, outer longitudinal muscle cell, parenchymal musculature, Category 1 cell, bulbar cavity, posterior primary gut branch and proximal tubule "is a" copulatory region

  parapharyngeal region, parenchyma, sperm duct epithelium, oviduct epithelium, sperm duct lumen, oviduct lumen, testis somatic gonadal cell, sperm duct epithelial cell, oviduct epithelial cell, collecting duct epithelial cell, distal tubule epithelial cell, proximal tubule epithelial cell, yolk cell, testis nerve plexus, viscid gland cell, releasing gland cell, adhesion gland, anchor cell, glial cell, ommochrome pigment cell, genital atrium, early male germ cell, ventral nerve cord, sperm, dorsal-ventral muscle cell, digestive tract lumen, neoblast, gonopore, bursal canal, sperm duct, testis, oviduct, penis papilla, male primordial germ cell, spermatogonial stem cell, spermatocyte, spermatid, spermatogonium, submuscular nerve plexus, gastrodermal plexus, subepidermal nerve plexus, cement gland, copulatory apparatus, copulatory bursa, vitelline gland, seminal vesicle, serotonergic neuron, body wall musculature, Category 4 cell, protonephridia, Category 5 cell, Category 2 cell, gut, epidermis, Category 3 cell, circular muscle cell, collecting duct, diagonal muscle cell, distal tubule, dorsal stripe, flame bulb, enteric musculature, goblet cell, flame cell, gastrodermis, inner longitudinal muscle cell, intestinal phagocyte, outer longitudinal muscle cell, parenchymal musculature, Category 1 cell, bulbar cavity, posterior primary gut branch, proximal tubule and tail "is a" copulatory region


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