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insect trunk mesoderm (UBERON:6000128)
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axial mesoderm +  
future coelemic cavity lumen +  
insect trunk mesoderm +  
The mesoderm of segments T1-A9. It first becomes morphologically distinct during ventral furrow formation. Following invagination during stages 6 and 7, it remains a coherent structure with no morphologically apparent subdivisions, apart from transient metamery during stage 9, until stage 11. It undergoes a number of morphological changes during this period: as its cells divide following invagination, it loses its epithelial integrity and by stage 9 has rearranged into a monolayer of cuboidal cells. A further division happens during stage 10 leading to two distinct layers by stage 11.
intermediate mesoderm +  
lateral plate mesoderm +  
mesoderm blood island 
mesoderm-derived structure +  
pharyngeal mesoderm 
posterior lateral plate mesoderm 
presumptive cephalic mesoderm 
pronephric mesoderm +  
tracheoesophageal fold +  
ventral mesoderm +  

Related Synonyms: AtrunkMes ;   P2 TrMes ;   TrMes
Xrefs: FBbt:00000128
Definition Sources: FlyBase:FBrf0089570

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