noun, plural mes·en·ter·a [mes-en-ter-uh, mez-] /mɛsˈɛn tər ə, mɛz-/.
Origin of mesenteron
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From the mesenteron there might be pouch-like or tubular outgrowths.The Appendages, Anatomy, and Relationships of Trilobites
Percy Edward Raymond
After the separation of those parts the remainder of the hypoblast forms the wall of the mesenteron.
The ventral wall of the mesenteron is at first formed solely of yolk held together by a protoplasmic network with numerous nuclei.
The general arrangement of the parts, at the time when the hind end of the mesenteron is first closed, is shewn in fig. 27.
Ventrally the stomodum is prolonged for a considerable distance under the anterior part of the mesenteron.