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Nematocyte: cnidocyte

Nematocyte : cnidocyte Nematophore ( sarcostyle ) [G Nematophoe] : one of typically there small dactylozooids surrounded by theca (nematotchea) and closely adjoining each trophozooid. ( capitate,club-shaped ) Nematotheca [G Nematothek, nematotheca]: periderm case surrounding nematophore,typically closele adjoining case ( hydrotheca )of trophozooid. Nerve ring ) [G Nervenring ] : in medusa, nerve ring around umbrellar margin: one above, a second below attachment point of velum. Upper ring connected to statocysts, law ring responsible for pulsation. Nettle ring [G nesselring] : in medusa, dense band of nematocysts encircling umbrella near margin Node [G nodium] : in sessile colony, constricted section of stalk marking junction of two internodes. Nutrivite polyp : tropohozooid Occellar bulb : tentacular bulb Occellus [G ocellus, ocelle] : in medusa, series of small, simple potentive organs, one in tentacular bulb at base of each tentacle : ( balck,brown,red ) Operculum ( lid ) [G opercululm, deckle,deckelapparat] : lid-like structure of hydrotheca, consist of one to several elsements and closed over contrated hydranth. May also refer to lid covering opening of nematocyst. Oral cone : proboscis Oral tentacle ( mouth tentacle ) [Gmundtentakel,mundarm,oraler,tentakel ] : in medusa. One of typically four tentacle- like projections of manubrium surrounding mouth. ( simple branched ) see also lip Otocyst : statocyst Otoporpa [G otoporpa ]: in medusa short tract of nematocysts extending upward from each lithostyle at umbrella margin Ovaray [G ovarium, ovar ]: in solitary polyp, large ectodermal bulge bearing egg typically located in proximal section of gastral region Palpon ( feeler,taster ) [ G palpon,taster ] : dactylozooid (siphon) yet bearing single, unbranched tentackel. ( see also gonopalpon ) Pedal disc [ G fushceibe, haft scheibe ] : adhesive base of solitary polyp.

Pedicel : stalk Peduncle : pseudomanubrium Penetrant : stenotele Periderm (perisarc) [ G periderm,perisark ] : Nonliving,typically thin and transparant chtinous outermost layer surrounding stalk and hydrocaulus and forming gonotheca and hydrotheca, screted by ecotoderm. Degree to wich periderm surround hydranth serves as basis for distinguishing thecate from atechate hydroazoans. Peronium [ G peronium, spange ] in medusa, continuation of ectoderm from inner side of tentacle ( when this is positioned on exumbrella) down to umbrella margin ; contains nematocyst, muscle, and nerves. ( see also tentacular root ) Perradius [ G perradius ] : in medusa, one of major radial axes ; located at right angles from one another and corresponding to main structures ( radial canals, yet typically also tentacles and sense organs ). ( see also adradius , interradius ) Person : zooid Phorocyte [ G phylacatorap ] : In medusa, nurse cell in parent medusa within wich larval development take place Phylactocarp [ G Phylactorap ]: in sessile colony,modified branch (hydrocladium) or accessory branchlets of hydrocladium serving to protect conangia by covering them and bearing nemathopores. ( see also corbula ) Phyllozooid : bract Planula [ G planula ]: ciliated, free swimminglarva ; lacks mouth yet contains differentiated cells and, in older stage, my contain gastrovascular cavity. Attaches to substratum by broader anterior and. ( see also actinula, conaria,rataria ) Peneumatocodon [ G luftschrim ] : in floating colony, outer (uxembrellar ) wall of float (pneumatophore); separated from inner wall (pnematosaccus) by gastrovascular chamber. Peneumatopore [ G porus, apikaler porus ] : in floating colony, small opening of gas-filled air sac (pneumatosaccus ) to exterior at apex of float. Pneumatosaccus (air sac) [ G luftsac ]: in floating colony, inner ( subumbrellar ) wall of float (pneumatophore ) ; separated from outer wall (pneumatocodon ) by gastrovascular space and typically lined by chtinous layer Polyp : zooid, hydropolyp

Proboscis (hypostome, oral cone, manubrium ) [ G proboscis hypostom, mundkegel ] : elongate, often narrowed distal section of hydrantbearing terminal mouth. ( conical,cylindrical,globular ) Protective polyp : dactylozooid Pseudomanubrium ( peduncle, peduncle- manubrium ) [ G magensitel ] : in medusa, elongate median extention of subumbrella bearing radial canals internally and manubrium terminally. Radial canal [ G radialcanal, badialcanal ] : in medusa , one of typically four ( occasionally 6,8,12 or 16 ) tubes extending from central gastrovascular cavity to ring canal at rim of umbrella, my bear gonads. Position of four canals corresponds to peradii ( simple, branched ) Rataria [ G rataria ] : later larva stage of floating colony with disc-shaped float ( pneumatophore ); consists of more elongate body surrounded by rim of growing disc. ( see also conaria ) Rhabdoid [ G rabdoid ] : type of nematocyst (heteroneme ) : general term for type of tubule whose dilated basal setion ( butt ) is cylindrical ( of same diameter thoroughout ). Tip of tubule open (stomocnidae). Includes mastigophores. ( see also rhopaloid ) Rhizocaulome ( caulome ) [G rhizocaulom ] : in sessile colony,vertical,stalk-like structure formed by bundle of parallel stolons. Rhizome : stolon Rhopaloid [ G rhopaloid ] : type of nematocyst ( heteroneme ) : general term for type of tubule whose dilated basal section ( butt ) is of unequal diameter. Tip of tubule may be open ( stomocnidae ) and include euryteles,spiroteles, and aspiroteles. ( see also rhabdoid ) Rhopaloneme [ G rhopaloneme ] : type of nematocyst : tubule modified in to elongated sac and much greater in volume than capsule. Tip of tubule closed ( astommocnidae ). Includes acrophores and anacrophores.

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