- Aspects of the topic porocyte are discussed in the following places at Britannica. on any word to see a definition from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary.
- Phase contrast photomicrography of cellular behaviour in spongillid
- the initial photographic record of spongillid porocyte cellular behavior.
- Properties of the Wall of Leucosolenia variabilis
- The Choanoderm and the Porocyte Epithelium. By W.
- Sponge cell types
- Porocytes: tubular cells that porocytes connect the atrium with the prosopyles , apopyles, incurrent canals –pino- or porocytes.
- Porifera Cell Types Cell Types Cell Types Choanocytes Cell - UNCA
- 27. Jan. 2011 Cell Types.
- Sponges: The Original Animal House
- The beating flagella create a current that draws water in through the porocytes or intercellular pores (in either case, the holes are called “ostia”) and out through the central hollow of the sponge, called the osculum.
- Porocytes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Porocytes are tubular cells which make up the pores of a sponge. Covering the sponge is a layer of cells, very similar to skin, but it's slightly different.
- What is the difference between porocytes and ostia on sponges
- Porocytes are single cells with a hole through it. There are many of them bringing water and its contents into the sponge.
- The Wet World of Sponges - Anatomy - Exterior Layer
- 2) Porocytes- Throughout the pinacocytes, at various intervals, there are porocytes which are each associated with a pore on the surface of the sponge.
- Sponges - EnchantedLearning.com
- water flows into the sponge - water flows into a sponge through cells with pores ( these cells are called porocytes) located all over its body.
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