Ultrastructure of the protonephridia in Pycnophyes kielensis (Kinorhyncha, Homalorhagida) View Full Text


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1988-12

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Birger Neuhaus

ABSTRACT

Pycnophyes kielensis possesses one pair of protonephridia. The single excretory organ of a female consists of 25 cells: 22 terminal cells, 2 canal cells, and 1 nephroporus cell. Generally, all cells exhibit two cilia, the only exception being the nephroporus cell, which contains a diplosome instead. The slashed peripheral cytoplasmic walls of the 22 terminal cells altogether constitute one compound filter and a common filtration area. The protonephridia discharge via cuticularized cavities and six cuticularized tubes. Two accessory cells with modified cilia penetrate the nephroporus cell. These cells are considered to be receptor cells. The protonephridium of the first juvenile stage of P. kielensis is built up of only 5 cells: 3 terminal cells, 1 canal cell, and 1 nephroporus cell. It opens to the outside via 1 cuticularized tube. The protonephridia within both the Kinorhyncha and the Bilateria are discussed. Presumably excretory organs with compound filters developed independently within Bilateria. More... »

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