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  • n. Any stem cell from which mesoderm develops

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  • As in other mollusks, the signaling 3D cell is mother to the mesentoblast 4d, which marks the definitive median plane at the 28-cell stage, and which gives rise to a bilateral pair of mesodermal and endodermal stem cell lineages Early cleavage in Ilyanassa obsoleta.

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  • The third quartet cells and the mesentoblast cell, 4d.

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  • Proc Acad Nat Sci Philad 56: 325-401. van den Biggelaar JAM (1977) Development of dorso-ventral polarity and mesentoblast determination in Patella vulgata.

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  • The 3D cell divides asymmetrically about 430 minutes after first cleavage, producing the large mesentoblast cell 4d and the very large vegetal cell 4D.

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  • J Exp Zool 121: 593-626. van den Biggelaar JAM (1979) Dorsoventral polarity and mesentoblast determination as concomitant results of cellular interactions in the mollusk

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  • At the same time, the mesentoblast cell 4d rapidly proliferates to form twelve cells lying deep to the dorsal ectoderm.

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  • Zool Jahrb, Abt Anat 12: 567-656. van den Biggelaar JAM (1996) Cleavage pattern and mesentoblast formation in

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  • [6] named derivatives of the mesentoblast 4d on the basis of their supposed fates in Crepidula; these fates need to be confirmed using modern methods, and 4d derivatives are renamed here on the basis of lineal relationships and the positioning of sister cell nuclei

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