hemocoel


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hemocoel

(hē′mə-sēl′)
n.
A cavity or series of spaces between the organs of most arthropods and mollusks through which the blood or hemolymph circulates.
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Therefore, we speculated that BmARM-like protein is related to silkworm hemocoel endothelial permeability and growth.
Beauveria bassiana infection occurs by the germinated conidia penetrating throughout the cuticle (exoskeleton) of the insect, reaching the hemocoel, where the fungus proliferates (Feng et al.
In some solitary ascidians, it principally occurs in small static clusters of hemoblasts located in the lining of the hemocoel, particularly around the pharyngeal basket (Ermak, 1982).
DAK AR 41525, however, did not result in a higher percentage of infections resulting in dissemination to the legs (a proxy for the hemocoel).
Those eggs, later consumed by the locusts along with the vegetal material hatch in the gut; the juveniles subsequently pass through the gut wall into the hemocoel and increase considerably in size inside the host.
Females normally oviposit a single egg within the aphid's hemocoel; within 48 h, the larva hatches.
4 and 5): 1) copepods were infected by ingestion of eggs deposited in the bottom debris producing procercoid larvae (first larval stage) in the hemocoel of these hosts and 2) tadpoles ingested these infected copepods and plerocercoid larvae (second larval stage) developed in the body cavity and associated tissues of these hosts.
The specialized third stage juvenile, called the infective juvenile, is the only free living stage which upon finding suitable host enters through natural openings (anus, spiracles, and mouth), penetrate into the hemocoel and discharge the symbiotic bacteria that multiply and kill the hosts within 48 h by septicemia (Burnell and Stock, 2000).
It parasitizes the eggs, mycangia, and hemocoel of female wood wasps, leaving wasps unable to lay viable eggs (Keeler 2012; Kroll et al.