noun, genitive Sa·git·tae [suh-jit-ee]. /səˈdʒɪt i/. Astronomy.
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In Sagitta the formation of the mesoblast and the alimentary tract takes place in nearly the same fashion as in the Echinoderms.
The most important of these are the Echinoderms, Brachiopods and Sagitta.
Sagitta, saj′it-a, n. a northern constellation—the Arrow: a genus of small pelagic worms.
Sometimes the germinal spots are placed immediately within the membrane of the germinal vesicle (Elasmobranchii and Sagitta).
By Fol the germinal spot is stated to be absent in a species of Sagitta, but this must be regarded as doubtful.