Oenocyte differentiation correlated with the formation of ectodermal coating in the embryo of a cockroach.

@article{Rinterknecht1983OenocyteDC,
  title={Oenocyte differentiation correlated with the formation of ectodermal coating in the embryo of a cockroach.},
  author={E Rinterknecht and Gerhard Matz},
  journal={Tissue & cell},
  year={1983},
  volume={15 3},
  pages={375-90}
}
The first signs of 'embryonic membrane' deposition could be observed at the 11th/12th stage of the embryonic development, while serosal apolysis occurs, and the first signs of oenocyte differentiation could be detected at the 15th stage. When pleuropodial cuticle deposition occurs, at the 16th stage, there is a rapid increase in the number of differentiating oenocytes. At the 19th stage there are some fully differentiated oenocytics, whereas, just before the cuticulin layer of the embryonic… CONTINUE READING

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