He regarded them as the cause of the gas bubbles to be found in diverticula.
These cells are diverticula lined by a continuation of the gastric mucous membrane.
These pouches or diverticula of the intestine form the so-called pyloric cca or appendices of these fish.
The diverticula from the alimentary cavity form the water-vascular system and the somatic and splanchnic layers of mesoblast.
The cavity of the diverticula after the separation of the water-vascular system, forms the body-cavity.
These diverticula extend usually one into each of the dorsal papillae or “cerata” when these are present.
It has commenced to bud off diverticula, which subsequently become the tubules of the Wolffian body (vide fig. 13, wd).
diverticulum di·ver·tic·u·lum (dī'vûr-tĭk'yə-ləm)
n. pl. di·ver·tic·u·la (-lə)
A pouch or sac branching out from a hollow organ or structure.