This cup-shaped embryo is called the gastrula.
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The gastrula stage was the palingenetic repetition of the ancestral form of all Metazoa, the Gastraea.
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With what lower type has the gastrula been compared?
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Gastrula: that embryonic stage resembling a sac, with an outer layer of epiblastic cells and an inner layer of hypoblastic cells.
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The segmentation is complete; one side of the hollow blastosphere invaginates and forms a gastrula.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 5, Slice 7" by Various
Is there any considerable difference between the size of the egg and the size of the blastula and gastrula?
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The embryo in this stage is known as a gastrula.
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A gastrula is established by a mixed process of embole and epibole.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 7, Slice 7" by Various
The development of the Lancelet presents us with an instance of the two-layered larva, or Gastrula.
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From the gastrula type the higher subdivisions of animal life probably diverged, as separate branches from a common trunk.
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The globular larva (Gastrula), now grows in length.
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Its relation to the Gastrula.
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