endodermal cell

en·do·der·mal cell

embryonic cells forming the yolk sac and giving rise to the epithelium of the alimentary and respiratory tracts and to the parenchyma of associated glands.
Synonym(s): entodermal cell
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The location of chlorococci in an endodermal cell also suggests the unstable symbiosis of vulgaris group hydras (e.g., J7, J10, 105G).
Stern, "Simple methods for generating neural, bone and endodermal cell types from chick embryonic stem cells," Stem Cell Research, vol.
Robertson, "Smad4-dependent pathways control basement membrane deposition and endodermal cell migration at early stages of mouse development," BMC Developmental Biology, vol.
The size of epidermis cells, size and shape of outer cortical region, presence of sclerification in outer cortex and endodermal cell area also showed the significant diversity.
It primarily accumulates in the lateral endodermal cell walls.
Once water reaches the endodermis layer, apoplastic water must pass through endodermal membranes because of a gasketlike band of suberin around each endodermal cell. Suberin is a waterproof waxy substance that seals off the route of water between cells.
The cells then were coaxed into forming either ectodermal, mesodermal, or endodermal cell types-the most basic cells of early development-or specialized brain cells.
Embryonic macrophages of early rat yolk sac: Immunohistochemistry and ultrastructure with reference to endodermal cell layer.
Stainier, "Nodal signaling regulates endodermal cell motility and actin dynamics via Rac1 and Prex1," Journal of Cell Biology, vol.
Moreover intensive sclerification was also recorded in the endodermal cell walls.
Molecular collaborations between serpins and trefoil factor promote endodermal cell growth and gastrointestinal differentiation in budding tunicates.