Mesoglea

Mesoglea is the translucent, inert, jelly-like substance that makes up most of the bodies of jellyfish, comb jellies and certain primitive sea creatures in the phyla Cnidaria and Ctenophora. It acts as the creatures` structural support in water, as they lack bones or cartilage, endo- or exoskeletons, or similar means of support. Because the mesog.
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mesoglea

(from the article `circulation`) ...(i.e., its members have two layers of cells). The outer layer, called the ectoderm, and the inner layer, called the endoderm, are separated by an ... ...end attaches to a plant or some other support, and the other end is free and has a mouth surrounded by tentacles. The body wall consists of two ... ...
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mesoglea

A layer of jelly-like material between the external (ectoderm) and internal (endoderm) cellular layers of the body of a sponge or cnidarian. The mesoglea consists largely of collagen-like fibers and mucopolysaccharides. In sponges it contains many motile cells. In cnidarians it may be thin and conta...
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mesoglea

A gel-like matrix that occurs between the outer and inner epithelial layers in cnidarians.
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Mesoglea

A gel-like matrix that occurs between the outer and inner epithelial layers in cnidarians.
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