dorsal compartment

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:

  dorsal compartment


DEFINITON:

  Three dimensional compartment along the dorsoventral axis that is above the anteroposterior axis, containing the eyes.


TERM CITATIONS:

  

TERM ID:

  PLANA:0007504


ABOUT THIS TERM:

  dorsal compartment "is a" anatomical compartment

  dorsal compartment "existence overlaps" Stage 6, juvenile, asexual adult, sexually mature adult, Stage 8 and Stage 7


  testis nerve plexus, cintillo+ sensory neuron, trail cell, sperm, proximal tubule, parenchymal musculature, optic cup, longitudinal muscle fiber, intestinal phagocyte, flame cell, goblet cell, flame bulb, sperm duct lumen, dorsal stripe, dorsal epidermis, lumen of digestive tract, cavity of pharynx, apical epidermis surface, pharnygeal pouch cavity, pharynx lumen epithelial surface, pharynx outer epithelial surface, basal epidermis surface, lumen gut surface, pharyngeal pouch surface, enteric neuron, testis, male primordial germ cell, male germline stem cell, spermatocyte, spermatid, spermatogonium, submuscular nerve plexus, cement gland, subepidermal nerve plexus, yolk cell, proximal tubule epithelial cell, definitive pharynx progenitor, distal tubule epithelial cell, collecting duct epithelial cell, body wall musculature, sigma neoblast, sperm duct epithelial cell, circular muscle progenitor cell, longitudinal muscle progenitor cell, protonephridial progenitor, photoreceptor neuron, zeta neoblast, Category 4 cell, protonephridia, Category 5 cell, Category 2 cell, testis somatic gonadal cell, pigment cup cell, definitive epidermis, Category 3 cell, gamma neoblast, basal lamina of epithelium, eye, anterior primary gut branch, circular muscle fiber, clonogenic neoblast, collecting duct, diagonal muscle fiber and distal tubule "is a" dorsal compartment

  testis nerve plexus, cintillo+ sensory neuron, trail cell, sperm, proximal tubule, parenchymal musculature, optic cup, longitudinal muscle fiber, intestinal phagocyte, flame cell, goblet cell, flame bulb, sperm duct lumen, dorsal stripe, dorsal epidermis, lumen of digestive tract, cavity of pharynx, apical epidermis surface, pharnygeal pouch cavity, pharynx lumen epithelial surface, pharynx outer epithelial surface, basal epidermis surface, lumen gut surface, pharyngeal pouch surface, enteric neuron, testis, male primordial germ cell, male germline stem cell, spermatocyte, spermatid, spermatogonium, submuscular nerve plexus, cement gland, subepidermal nerve plexus, yolk cell, proximal tubule epithelial cell, definitive pharynx progenitor, distal tubule epithelial cell, collecting duct epithelial cell, body wall musculature, sigma neoblast, sperm duct epithelial cell, circular muscle progenitor cell, longitudinal muscle progenitor cell, protonephridial progenitor, photoreceptor neuron, zeta neoblast, Category 4 cell, protonephridia, Category 5 cell, Category 2 cell, testis somatic gonadal cell, pigment cup cell, definitive epidermis, Category 3 cell, gamma neoblast, basal lamina of epithelium, eye, anterior primary gut branch, circular muscle fiber, clonogenic neoblast, collecting duct, diagonal muscle fiber, distal tubule, racing stripe and dorsal midline "is a" dorsal compartment


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