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Boury-Esnault, N. (1976). Ultrastructure de la larve parenchymella d'Hamigera hamigera (Démosponge, Poecilosclerida). Origine des cellules grises. Cahiers de Biologie Marine. 17(2) : 9-20.
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Boury-Esnault, N.
1976
Ultrastructure de la larve parenchymella d'<i>Hamigera hamigera</i> (Démosponge, Poecilosclerida). Origine des cellules grises
Cahiers de Biologie Marine
17(2) : 9-20
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The parenchymella larva of Hamigera hamigera (Schmidt) owns eight different cellular types: archaeocytes, vacuolar cells, sclerocytes, collencytes, spherulous cells, urn-shaped cells, cells of posterior pole, flagellar cells. During the metamorphosis, urn-shaped cells and cells of posterior pole disappear; pinacocytes are issued from collencytes and archaeocytes; and the gray-cells differentiate from flagellar cells as well as the choanocytes.
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