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CROSS-SPECIES ANATOMY - ANNOTATIONS

The Basic subset of the UBERON integrated, cross-species anatomy ontology is downloaded weekly from http://berkeleybop.org/ontologies/uberon/basic.obo. For more information about this ontology see the "About" page on the UBERON website at http://uberon.github.io/about.html.

Term:Aristotle's lantern
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Definition:Within the mouth of a sea urchin is an elaborate five-sided jaw structure called Aristotles lantern that can be partially extruded from the mouth. It is able to grind up calcareous exoskeletons of plants and animals.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: Aristotles lantern
 xref: Aristotle's:lantern;   BTO:0001923;   http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/site/resources/biodidac/echino001B.gif/medium.jpg;   http://content60.eol.org/content/2012/06/14/21/52446_580_360.jpg;   http://eol.org/data_objects/19677434



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    anatomical entity 0
      material anatomical entity 0
        anatomical structure 0
          multicellular anatomical structure 0
            multi-tissue structure 0
              Aristotle's lantern 0
                muscle of Aristotle's lantern 0
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  UBERON ontology 0
    anatomical entity 0
      material anatomical entity 0
        anatomical structure 0
          multicellular anatomical structure 0
            multicellular organism 0
              embryo 0
                presumptive structure 0
                  presumptive gut 0
                    digestive tract 0
                      subdivision of digestive tract 0
                        mouth 0
                          Aristotle's lantern 0
                            muscle of Aristotle's lantern 0
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