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Determinate and Indeterminate Cleavage Untitled 1 Development - Biology Encyclopedia - cells, body, human, process ... Chapter 13B. Fertilization and Cleavage

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Distinguish among acoelomate, pseudocoelomate and coelomate. 5.
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An animal whose body cavity is completely lined by mesoderm, the layers of which connect dorsally and ventrally to form mesenteries. Determinate cleavage.
Radial Cleavage Blastulation & Gastrulation
spiral cleavage. – determinate. • Deuterostomes: mouth second.
The embryology of crepidula, A contribution to the cell lineage and
viz., one with reference to the destiny of the cleavage cells and axes, and for which I propose the names determinate and indeterminate.

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Determinate and Indeterminate Cleavage
Determinate cleavage is characteristic of protostomes .
Cleavage (embryo) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Determinate is the form of cleavage in most protostomes.
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determinate cleavage - definition of determinate cleavage in the
mitotic division of the fertilized ovum into blastomeres that are each destined to form a specific part of the embryo.

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