Development of the coelomic cavities in larvae of the living isocrinid sea lily Metacrinus rotundus

Shonan Amemiya, Taku Hibino, Takuya Minokawa, Kiyoshi Naruse, Yasuhiro Kamei, Isao Uemura, Masato Kiyomoto, Shin ichi Hisanaga, Ritsu Kuraishi

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Coelomogenesis in the isocrinid sea lily, Metacrinus rotundus, is described through the swimming larval stages. After the late gastrula stage, the archenteron separates from the ectoderm to form an archenteral sac, which develops into a dumbbell shape consisting of anterior and posterior lobes, and a middle part connecting both lobes. The anterior and posterior lobes, and the middle part, become separated into an axo-hydrocoel, the left and right somatocoels and an enteric sac, respectively. The hydrocoel forms from the left lower edge of the axo-hydrocoel and becomes separated from the axocoel by the late dipleurula stage, when chambered organs and coelom X bud off from the anterior tip of the right and left somatocoels, respectively. Coelom X does not occur in comatulid crinoids (feather stars), and its fate is unclear. The pore canal extends from the axocoel. The hydrocoel differentiates into a crescent shape at the overtime semidoliolaria stage, a few days after the semidoliolaria becomes competent to settle. Coelomogenesis in M. rotundus is much simpler than in the comatulids and probably represents the ancestral mode of the crinoids. As each portion of the dumbbell sac differentiates almost in situ into each coelom, presumptive fates in the sac are easily followed in M. rotundus.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)414-430
Number of pages17
JournalActa Zoologica
Volume100
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019 Oct 1

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Lilium
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Oceans and Seas
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cavity
larva
Feathers
Ectoderm
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canal
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sea
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Keywords

  • Coelomogenesis
  • Crinoid
  • Echinoderm
  • Metacrinus rotundus
  • Sea lily

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  • Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics
  • Animal Science and Zoology
  • Cell Biology

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Development of the coelomic cavities in larvae of the living isocrinid sea lily Metacrinus rotundus. / Amemiya, Shonan; Hibino, Taku; Minokawa, Takuya; Naruse, Kiyoshi; Kamei, Yasuhiro; Uemura, Isao; Kiyomoto, Masato; Hisanaga, Shin ichi; Kuraishi, Ritsu.

In: Acta Zoologica, Vol. 100, No. 4, 01.10.2019, p. 414-430.

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Amemiya, S, Hibino, T, Minokawa, T, Naruse, K, Kamei, Y, Uemura, I, Kiyomoto, M, Hisanaga, SI & Kuraishi, R 2019, 'Development of the coelomic cavities in larvae of the living isocrinid sea lily Metacrinus rotundus', Acta Zoologica, vol. 100, no. 4, pp. 414-430. https://doi.org/10.1111/azo.12274
Amemiya S, Hibino T, Minokawa T, Naruse K, Kamei Y, Uemura I et al. Development of the coelomic cavities in larvae of the living isocrinid sea lily Metacrinus rotundus. Acta Zoologica. 2019 Oct 1;100(4):414-430. https://doi.org/10.1111/azo.12274
Amemiya, Shonan ; Hibino, Taku ; Minokawa, Takuya ; Naruse, Kiyoshi ; Kamei, Yasuhiro ; Uemura, Isao ; Kiyomoto, Masato ; Hisanaga, Shin ichi ; Kuraishi, Ritsu. / Development of the coelomic cavities in larvae of the living isocrinid sea lily Metacrinus rotundus. In: Acta Zoologica. 2019 ; Vol. 100, No. 4. pp. 414-430.
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