pseudostoma


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pseu·dos·to·ma

(sū-dos'tō-mă),
An apparent opening in a cell, membrane, or other tissue, due to a defect in staining or other cause.
[pseudo- + G. stoma, mouth]

pseudostoma

/pseu·do·sto·ma/ (-sto´mah) an apparent communication between silver-stained epithelial cells.

pseudostoma

(soo-dŏs′tō-mă) [″ + stoma, mouth]
An apparent opening or window between endothelial cells that have been stained.
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Ventral face, rounded shell, pseudostoma circular, centered and with little edge.
Lobated pseudostoma, invaginated, small and centered.
Ventral face with thorn-shaped projections throughout the circumference of the shell, pseudostoma circular and centered.
Region of the pseudostoma more internal than the edges.
Ventral face, circular shell with pseudostoma circular and centered.
Ventral face, circular and irregular shell, with pseudostoma circular and centered.
Ventral face, circular shell, pseudostoma circular and centered.
Ventral face, circular shell, circular pseudostoma, invaginated and of large diameter.
Ventral face, circular shell with two concentric circles, the outer one corresponds to the junction of the buccal tube with the lateral shell and the inner one is the circular pseudostoma, which may present lobes, and centered.
Pseudostoma circular, small, collarette around the aperture.