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Clytia hemisphaerica, a member of the early-branching animal phylum Cnidaria, is emerging rapidly as an experimental model for studies in developmental. Full Name, Clytia hemisphaerica. Genus, Clytia. Species, hemisphaerica. Common Name, Jellyfish. Abbreviation, C. hemisphaerica. Trends Genet. Apr;26(4) doi: / Clytia hemisphaerica: a jellyfish cousin joins the laboratory. Houliston E(1), Momose T, .
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Depth range — Medusa in coastal plankton. Functional analysis of common genes, micro-injection of eggs with synthetic RNA or morpholinos. Laomedea villafrancensis Stechow, synonym.
Thaumantias inconspicua Forbes, synonym. But you have to look closely because Clytia measures only 5 to 20 millimeters. Colonies can be grown easily on glass slides, with indefinite growth, producing a nearly immortal organism.
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Eucope affinis Gegenbaur, synonym. Other studies are dedicated to the origin of germ hemusphaerica precursors and those of the somatic cells of gonads; it is also a model for the regeneration of gonads.
Clytia hemisphaerica Linnaeus, Scientific synonyms and common names Medusa hemispaerica Linnaeus, Phialidium hemisphaeerica Linnaeus, Campanularia johnstoni Alder, Many other synonyms.
Easy to raise and handle in the laboratory, all the stages of the life cycle can be cultivated and are available all year round: Colour Colouration varied, marginal tentacle bases and stomach yellowish, yellow brown, reddish brown, greenish or purple; gonads yellowish. Clytia laevis Weismann, synonym. Clytia hemisphaerica jellyfish The jellyfish Clytia hemisphaerica is part of a group located outside of the bilaterians, cnidarians, and plays an important role in marine ecosystems.
Distribution in the North Sea Both hydroid and medusa are among the commonest leptolids throughout; occurs also in the Skagerrak, Kattegat and Baltic. Clytia inconspicua Forbes, synonym. Medusa hemisphaerica Linnaeus, basionym. Campanularia hemisphaerica Linnaeus, unaccepted combination. The life cycle of hydrozoans is characterised by the alternation of a polyp phase and a medusa phase.
Living sea carpet, ever spreading and budding tiny jellyfish. The gametes are released in the water column and fertilisation gives rise to a planula larva that possesses a ciliated ectoderm, undergoes metamorphosis after 3 days and then becomes a primary, sessile polyp.
You can continue searching for Clytia hemisphaerica on one of hemisphaeruca Web sites:. Scientific advantages of this model organism The medusa form of Clytia is planktonic and measures roughly 1 cm in diameter. Connect with us ‘. Clytia hemisphaerica, a small jellyfish. Zooplankton and Micronekton of the North Sea M. Mutant strains of Clytia for genes involved in the regulation of embryogenesis are in progress. Prev All episodes Next. Due to their small size, embryos are suited to pharmacological approaches, to treatments with different types of molecule chemical agents, natural substances and require only small quantities.
Zooplankton of the South Atlantic Ocean. Clytia raridentata Alder, synonym. Easy to raise and propagate, clytua delicate jellyfish is becoming a favorite laboratory organism for studying life cycles and gene functions. On new British Hydroida. Given its life cycle, this organism is a perfect model organism for the study of the evolutionary mechanisms behind the diversification of life cycles.
Stomach short, quadrate, with small base; no peduncle. Clytia coronata Clarke, synonym.
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Campanularia brachycaulis Stechow, synonym. Clytia hemisphaerica, a member of the early-branching animal phylum Cnidaria, is emerging rapidly as an experimental model for studies in developmental biology and evolution. Velella larva Hfmisphaerica velella.
Clytia hemisphaerica feeding polyps. Campanularia villafrancensis Stechow, synonym.
The jellyfish Clytia hemisphaerica is part of a group located outside of the bilaterians, cnidarians, and plays an important role in marine ecosystems.
Linnaeus, Description Mainly after Russell, a. Thaumantias pileata Forbes, synonym.
Campanularia raridentata Alder in Hincks, synonym. Oceania magnifica Mayer, possible synonym. Analysis tools Fertilisation is external, eggs and embryos are large and transparent, clytua experiments on these phases and analyses by cell imaging, hybridisation, immunohistochemistry and with fluorescent markers.
Clytia hemisphaerica – Marine Life Encyclopedia
Unlike the two existing genome-sequenced cnidarian models Nematostella and Hydra, Clytia has a free-swimming jellyfish form, which like “higher” animals the Bilateria has a complex organization including striated musculature, specialized nervous system and structured sensory and reproductive organs.
Along with ctenarians, they are the only non-bilaterian animals that have neurons and hemisohaerica cells; the medusae can swim and ehmisphaerica a differentiated nervous system, striated muscles and sensory organs for balance and equilibrium. Clytia urnigera Lamouroux, synonym. World distribution Near- cosmopolitan in coastal waters but difficulties of identification in this genus make nearly all records suspect.