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Phylogenetic Relationships within Theinvertebrata in Relation to Thestructure of Septate Junctions and the development of ‘Occluding’ Junctional Types

@article{Green1982PhylogeneticRW,
  title={Phylogenetic Relationships within Theinvertebrata in Relation to Thestructure of Septate Junctions and the development of ‘Occluding’ Junctional Types},
  author={C. Green and P. R. Bergquist},
  journal={Journal of Cell Science},
  year={1982},
  volume={53},
  pages={279-305}
}
The structures of 13 variants of invertebrate septate junction are reviewed on the basis offreeze-fracture, lanthanum tracer and thin-section studies. In addition, a simple type ofoccluding junction in the phylum Porifera, a variation of tight junction in the phylum Tunicateand the vertebrate tight junction are covered. All the junctions considered form a belt around the apical circumference of cells lining a lumen or an exterior surface. The large number of these junctions now recognized… Expand
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