Difference between revisions of "organule"

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#a gland cell or a sensory neuron cell.
 
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#an accessory cell sometimes called a Schwann cell or potentially a stem cell for further elaboration of the organule.
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#an accessory cell sometimes called a Schwann cell or potentially a stem cell for further elaboration of the organule in future molts.
 
=References=
 
=References=
 
#Lawrence PA. (1974). Cell movement during pattern regulation in Oncopeltus. Nature 248, 609 - 610.
 
#Lawrence PA. (1974). Cell movement during pattern regulation in Oncopeltus. Nature 248, 609 - 610.
 
#Merritt DJ. (2006). The Organule Concept of Insect Sense Organs: Sensory Transduction and Organule Evolution. Advances in Insect Physiology 33: 192–241.
 
#Merritt DJ. (2006). The Organule Concept of Insect Sense Organs: Sensory Transduction and Organule Evolution. Advances in Insect Physiology 33: 192–241.

Revision as of 16:23, 22 April 2016

An organule is a small organ in an arthropod integument that develops from a single epidermal cell dividing twice to form four cells which consist of:

  1. a bristle or canal producing cell.
  2. a socket producing cell.
  3. a gland cell or a sensory neuron cell.
  4. an accessory cell sometimes called a Schwann cell or potentially a stem cell for further elaboration of the organule in future molts.

References

  1. Lawrence PA. (1974). Cell movement during pattern regulation in Oncopeltus. Nature 248, 609 - 610.
  2. Merritt DJ. (2006). The Organule Concept of Insect Sense Organs: Sensory Transduction and Organule Evolution. Advances in Insect Physiology 33: 192–241.