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Anatomy Term : FBbt:00001768 eye disc Fly Anatomy

Namespace  fly_anatomy.ontology Obsolete  false
description  Anterior, bulbous portion of the eye-antennal disc that gives rise to the eye as well as contributing to the head capsule (Cohen, 1993).

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1 Ontology

Name
Fly Anatomy

35 Parents

Identifier Name Description
FBbt:00001761 imaginal disc A sac shaped epithelial structure in the larva that gives rise to part of the adult integumentary system. One side of the sac consists of peripodial epithelium, the other of columnar epithelium. A single anterior-posterior compartment boundary bisects both peripodial membrane and columnar epithelium. Cells do not cross this boundary during growth and development of the disc.
FBbt:00001768 eye disc Anterior, bulbous portion of the eye-antennal disc that gives rise to the eye as well as contributing to the head capsule (Cohen, 1993).
FBbt:00001727 larva  
FBbt:00002953 pupa The pupa is the name given to the organism at the period of the life cycle that begins once larval/pupal apolysis is complete, as indicated by the expulsion of the larval armature. Early in this stage the legs and wings reach full extension along the abdomen. The stage ends when the pupal cuticle separates from the underlying epidermis (pupal/adult apolysis), and the eye cup becomes yellow at its periphery. The duration of this stage is approximately 32 hours at 25 degrees C, and spans from 132.2-164.3 hours after egg laying, or is the period of 12.2-44.3 hours after puparium formation.
FBbt:00000111 ectoderm The outermost germ layer of the embryo.
FBbt:00001059 visual primordium  
FBbt:00002952 prepupa The prepupa is the name given to the organism at the period of the life cycle that begins at puparium formation and ends when larval/pupal apolysis is complete, as indicated by the completion of imaginal head sac eversion and the expulsion of the oral armature of the larva. Duration at 25 degrees C is approximately 12 hours. It occurs 120-132.2 hours after egg laying, and is the period of 0-12.2 hours after puparium formation.
FBbt:00005023 imaginal precursor Structure that proliferates to produce an imaginal disc (Bate and Martinez Arias, 1991).
FBbt:10005249 adult eye primordium  
FBbt:00000110 germ layer Primordium that is a primary subdivision of the embryo into regions based on tissue and cell-type fate and specification. Germ layers first become morphologically distinct during gastrulation. As a result of gastrulation, the endoderm becomes the inner-most layer, the mesoderm becomes the middle layer and the ectoderm becomes the outer layer.
FBbt:00025990 ectoderm derivative  
FBbt:00000001 organism An individual member of the species Drosophila melanogaster.
FBbt:00001766 eye-antennal disc Imaginal disc that, in the adults, gives rise to the eye, antenna, head capsule (including all bristles and external membranes) and the maxillary palps (Cohen, 1993).
FBbt:00007016 material anatomical entity  
FBbt:00007006 developing material anatomical entity  
FBbt:00005495 primordium Primordia are populations of contiguous cells that are morphologically distinct and already correspond in extent to a later organ/tissue.
FBbt:00007001 anatomical structure Material anatomical entity that has inherent 3D shape, whose parts are all connected and that is generated by coordinated expression of the organism's own genome.
FBbt:00004208 developing embryonic structure Any developing material anatomical entity (FBbt:00007006) that is part of some embryo (FBbt:00000052).
FBbt:00007003 portion of tissue Anatomical structure, that consists of similar cells and intercellular matrix, aggregated according to genetically determined spatial relationships.
FBbt:00007010 multi-tissue structure Anatomical structure that has as its parts two or more portions of tissue of at least two different types and which, through specific morphogenetic processes, forms a single distinct structural unit demarcated by bona fide boundaries from other distinct structural units of different types.
FBbt:00005426 anlage Anlagen are populations of contiguous cells, typically arranged in one plane, that are morphologically indistinct, but that already correspond in extent to a later organ/tissue.
FBbt:00000000 germ layer derivative  
FBbt:00100313 multicellular structure Anatomical structure that has multiple cells as parts.
FBbt:10000000 anatomical entity Anatomical entity which is part_of Drosophila melanogaster.
FBbt:01000119 anterior ectoderm anlage  
FBbt:00005413 anlage in statu nascendi "anlagen in statu nascendi" are domains that do not yet coincide 1:1 with a later organ. Anlagen in statu nascendi are typically defined for the early blastoderm by the expression domains of genes which, in the late blastoderm or later, are expressed in specific anlagen, but initially come on in larger domains.
FBbt:00005427 ectoderm anlage  
FBbt:00000119 anterior ectoderm The region of the ectoderm anterior to the cephalic furrow.
FBbt:00001648 embryonic imaginal precursor Embryonic structure that will proliferate during larval development into a larval imaginal disc. During early embryogenesis the precursor is part of the epithelial sheet before segregating from the epithelial sheet by late embryogenesis (Bate and Martinez Arias, 1991).
FBbt:00025991 anterior ectoderm derivative  

64 Relations

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Child Term . Identifier
is_a imaginal disc FBbt:00001761 eye disc FBbt:00001768
part_of eye-antennal disc FBbt:00001766 eye disc FBbt:00001768
develops_from adult eye primordium late FBbt:00105515 eye disc FBbt:00001768
develops_from ectoderm anlage FBbt:00005427 eye disc FBbt:00001768
is_a embryonic/larval imaginal precursor FBbt:00001760 eye disc FBbt:00001768
develops_from anlage FBbt:00005426 eye disc FBbt:00001768
develops_from visual anlage in statu nascendi FBbt:00005425 eye disc FBbt:00001768
develops_from developing material anatomical entity FBbt:00007006 eye disc FBbt:00001768
develops_from visual primordium FBbt:00001059 eye disc FBbt:00001768
part_of multi-tissue structure FBbt:00007010 eye disc FBbt:00001768
develops_from germ layer derivative FBbt:00000000 eye disc FBbt:00001768
is_a multicellular structure FBbt:00100313 eye disc FBbt:00001768
is_a imaginal precursor FBbt:00005023 eye disc FBbt:00001768
part_of developing material anatomical entity FBbt:00007006 eye disc FBbt:00001768
part_of pupa FBbt:00002953 eye disc FBbt:00001768
develops_from portion of tissue FBbt:00007003 eye disc FBbt:00001768
part_of prepupa FBbt:00002952 eye disc FBbt:00001768
part_of imaginal precursor FBbt:00005023 eye disc FBbt:00001768
part_of embryonic/larval imaginal precursor FBbt:00001760 eye disc FBbt:00001768
develops_from anatomical structure FBbt:00007001 eye disc FBbt:00001768
is_a material anatomical entity FBbt:00007016 eye disc FBbt:00001768
is_a multi-tissue structure FBbt:00007010 eye disc FBbt:00001768
develops_from anatomical entity FBbt:10000000 eye disc FBbt:00001768
part_of imaginal disc FBbt:00001761 eye disc FBbt:00001768
develops_from anlage in statu nascendi FBbt:00005413 eye disc FBbt:00001768
develops_from germ layer FBbt:00000110 eye disc FBbt:00001768
part_of larva FBbt:00001727 eye disc FBbt:00001768
part_of anatomical structure FBbt:00007001 eye disc FBbt:00001768
develops_from ectoderm FBbt:00000111 eye disc FBbt:00001768
develops_from material anatomical entity FBbt:00007016 eye disc FBbt:00001768

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