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Ontology Browser

Term:
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
ectoderm +    
gland +    
2nd arch ectoderm 
3rd arch ectoderm 
4th arch ectoderm 
alveolar gland 
animal cap +  
apical ectodermal ridge +  
ascidian neural complex +  
chorionic ectoderm 
ear vesicle +  
ectoderm of buccopharyngeal membrane +  
ectoderm of footplate +  
ectoderm-derived structure +  
ectodermal placode +  
embryonic cement gland 
endocrine gland +  
excretory gland +  
exocrine gland +  
external ectoderm +  
extraembryonic ectoderm 
eye gland +  
future central nervous system +  
future pituitary gland +  
gland of diencephalon +  
gland of digestive tract +  
gland of integumental system +  
gland of ocular region +  
glandular acinus +  
granular gland 
gular gland 
hatching gland 
The cells of the hatching gland contain enzymes responsible for solubilization of the egg chorion, facilitating the hatching process[GO]. A transversely oriented set of cells located deep to the EVL on the pericardial membrane, especially prominent during pharyngula period because of the brightly refractile cytoplasmic granules (containing hatching enzymes) of the principal cells of the gland.
hemolymphoid system gland +  
insect anterior ectoderm +  
insect neurogenic region 
insect trunk ectoderm +  
intermaxillary gland (sensu Osteolepiformes) 
lateral nasal process surface ectoderm 
mammary ridge +  
medial-nasal process ectoderm 
notochordal process +  
optic eminence ectoderm +  
parotoid gland 
primary nerve cord +  
proctodeum +  
pterygopodial gland 
reproductive gland +  
respiratory system gland +  
salt gland +  
stomatodeum gland 
stomodeum +  
swim bladder gas gland 

Synonyms
Related Synonyms: frontal gland ;   hgg
Xrefs: AAO:0011050 ;   BTO:0000558 ;   EFO:0000863 ;   MAT:0000180 ;   MIAA:0000180 ;   TAO:0000026 ;   VHOG:0000078 ;   XAO:0000034 ;   ZFA:0000026
Definition Sources: ZFIN:curator

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