Stereom morphogenesis and differentiation during regeneration of adambulacral spines of Asterias rubens (Echinodermata, Asteroida)

@article{Dubois2004StereomMA,
  title={Stereom morphogenesis and differentiation during regeneration of adambulacral spines of Asterias rubens (Echinodermata, Asteroida)},
  author={Ph. Dubois and Michel J. Jangoux},
  journal={Zoomorphology},
  year={2004},
  volume={109},
  pages={263-272}
}
The very first mineral deposits appearing in regenerating fractured adambulacral spines of Asterias rubens are minute polyhedrons that cover the surface of fractured trabeculae. Polyhedrons fuse together forming a fold from which a microspine differentiates. Microspines develop into long linear trabeculae which send out lateral processes at regular length intervals. Lateral processes from adjacent trabeculae fuse together, bridging the trabeculae and giving the regenerate the typical meshwork… CONTINUE READING

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