Development Genes and Evolution

, Volume 216, Issue 10, pp 579–580 | Cite as

The regeneration capacity of the flatworm Macrostomum lignano–on repeated regeneration, rejuvenation and the minimal size needed for regeneration

  • B. Egger
  • P. Ladurner
  • K. Nimeth
  • R. Gschwentner
  • R. Rieger
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Erratum

Dev Genes Evol (2006)

Table 1 contained errors in the original publication.
Table 1

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cutting level

number of specimens

% fully regenerated

days until full regeneration

days until death, if no full regeneration

transversal amputation

anterior regeneration

just anterior of brain

11

81.82

about 2 weeks

 

just anterior of eyes

5

0

  

anterior half of pharynx

7

0

 

more than 9 weeks

middle of pharynx to gonads

114

0

 

more than 9 weeks

tail plate

13

0

 

up to 8 days

posterior regeneration

posterior end of rostrum

12

0

 

up to 3 days

posterior of eyes

13

0

 

up to 3 days

mid of pharynx

15

0

 

up to 6 days

middle to end of pharynx

35

14.29

about 25 days

up to 16 days

end of pharynx, a little bit of gut

50

58.00

about 3 weeks

up to 14 days most within 7 days

possibly anterior tip of testes

11

90.91

about 17 days

2 days

mid of gonads

5

100.00

about 2 weeks

 

tail plate

32

100.00

6-10 days

 

two-sided regeneration

posterior of eyes and at tail plate

6

0

 

more than 3 weeks

in rostrum and at gonad level

1

100.00

about 4 weeks

 

repeatedregeneration

between testes and tail plate

20

100.00

cut 29 times during 12 months

juveniles

half of body to tail plate

24

62.50

2-4 weeks

 

oblique amputation

anterior regeneration

between eyes

9

0

  

posterior regeneration

between eyes

9

0

 

up to 3 days

longitudinal incision

anterior regeneration

cut symmetrically

19

36.84

about 1 week

 

cut asymmetrically

28

39.29

about 1 week

 

posterior regeneration

cut symmetrically

13

53.85

about 1 week

 

cut asymmetrically

15

40.00

about 1 week

 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • B. Egger
    • 1
  • P. Ladurner
    • 1
  • K. Nimeth
    • 1
  • R. Gschwentner
    • 1
  • R. Rieger
    • 1
  1. 1.Ultrastructural Research and Evolutionary Biology, Institute of ZoologyUniversity of InnsbruckInnsbruckAustria

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