archaeocyte

An amoeboid cell type of sponges (Porifera).
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archaeocyte

<organism> An amoeboid cell type of sponges (Porifera). ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Archaeocyte

Archaeocytes (from Greek archaios "beginning" and kytos "hollow vessel") or amoebocytes are amoeboid cells found in sponges. They are totipotent and have varied functions depending on the species. ==Location== Archaeocytes are located in the mesohyl, an acellular gelatinous matrix, along with other specialized sponge cells including collencyte...
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