Diploblastic

Dip`lo·blas'tic adjective [ Greek ... doublet + -blast + -ic .] (Biol.) Characterizing the ovum when it has two primary germinal layers.
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diploblastic

Describes an animal which, as an embryo, had two distinct embryonic tissue layers - the ectoderm and endoderm. This is in contrast to animals which are triploblastic (has three distinct tissue layers) and those which do not have any distinct tissue layers as an embryo (nor organs and distinct tissues as an adult). Jellyfish and comb jellies are dip...
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diploblastic

(dip″lo-blas´tik) having two germ layers.
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Diploblastic

• (a.) Characterizing the ovum when it has two primary germinal layers.
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diploblastic

Having a body cavity made of two cellular layers – an ectoderm and an endoderm. The cnidarians are diploblastic, whereas all other metazoans are triploblastic. In small, simple cnidarians, such as Hydra, the diploblastic condition is clear, but it is obscured in large jellyfish and sea anenome...
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diploblastic

Type: Term Pronunciation: dip′lō-blas′tik Definitions: 1. Formed of two germ layers.
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Diploblastic

Monuments and memorials are objects that commemorate something, usually a person, a group of people or an event. Popular forms of monuments and memorials include statues, obelisks, landmark objects or art objects such as sculptures or fountains. (Note, monuments and memorials in the U.S. include National Memorials like the Washington Monument, but...
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