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nem·a·to·cyst (n m -t -s st , n -m t -). n.

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Cnidocyte Mechanoreceptors Are Tuned to the Movements of
substances tune cnidocyte mechanoreceptors to frequencies that match the movements of the prey.
Chemoreceptor-mediated elongation of stereocilium bundles tunes
Hydrozoa Scyphozoa Anthozoa gastrovascular cavity epidermis
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Neural pathways and innervation of cnidocytes in tentacles of sea
We soon found that following the cnidocyte system in cnidocyte differentiation ( Westfall et al., l998a).

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Jellyfish sting tourism in Mediterranean Sea
Contact with a jellyfish tentacle can trigger millions of venomous cells, also known as cnidocyte, cnidoblast, and nematocyte, to pierce the skin and inject venom, which can cause extreme pain or even death.

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Cnidocyte - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A cnidocyte, cnidoblast, or nematocyte is a type of venomous cell unique to the phylum Cnidaria (corals, sea anemones, hydrae, jellyfish, etc.).
Cnidocyte - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cnidocytes - Cnidocyte Organelles in Cnidarians
Cnidocytes are specialized cells located in the epidermis of all cnidarians. These cells are unique to cnidarians, no other organism possesses them.
Cnidocyte - definition of Cnidocyte in the Medical dictionary - by the
nem·a·to·cyst (n m -t -s st , n -m t -). n.
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