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Zur Ontogenese des Schalenfeldes vonLymnaea stagnalis

  • Ernst Kniprath
Article

Ontogeny of the shell field inLymnaea stagnalis

Summary

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    The development of the adult shell field inLymnaea stagnalis can be followed from its embryonic origin through the shell gland stage. The shell gland represents the most important stage in the differentiation of the entire organ. At no time do the invaginated cells take part in the elaboration of the periostracum. This is solely the function of the rosette, i.e. of the noninvaginated cells. At this stage the shell field is already definitively differentiated into zones.

     
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    Prior to the shell gland stage, cell division and incorporation of not yet differentiated ectoderm cells are responsible for the growth of the shell field. The shell gland, and later the shell field, grows exclusively by means of mitotic cell division.

     
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    The formation of the free mantle edge begins when a portion of the elongated edge cells of the shell field arches upward. At the same time and outside of this circular ridge a second ring of undifferentiated ectoderm cells is produced. The two ridges become raised and apposed to one another, thereby creating the periostracal groove between them. They grow jointly from the body of the animal to form the free mantle.

     
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    One after the other, from the outside to the inside, the zones of the shell gland become functionally active. Accordingly the initial pellicle of the shell takes the form of a ring and consists of membrane-like lamellae. Later it becomes underlain by the other layers of the periostracum (1–3). Since the areas which give rise to the respective layers move away from the shell gland pore during subsequent growth of the shell field, these layers can be absent in the middle of the pellicle. The initial central hole in the shell sometimes becomes occluded only by the innermost shell layers.

     
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    When secretion begins, the cells are already morphologically differentiated and possess the same appearance as that of their mitotic descendents in the corresponding zones of the mature shell field.

     
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    The secretion of periostracum material proceeds via elimination of vesicles through the apical cell membrane. Only zone 2 has developed special membrane invaginations for the purpose.

     
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    In the flat-celled area of the shell field organically bound calcium appears to be transported in the form of granules through the cell interstices.

     

Key words

Gastropod Ontogeny Shell field Shell secretion 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Ernst Kniprath
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  1. 1.Lehrstuhl für Zellmorphologie der Ruhr-Universität BochumBochum

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