What is Coelom ?
Asked by Pragya Jain | 7th Dec, 2010, 01:52: PM
A coelom is an internal fluid-filled body cavity within an organism. It lies between the gut and the outer body wall and is lined entirely with tissue derived from the mesoderm. It is formed from the mesoderm during embryonic development. It is found in triploblastic animals called coelomates.
Answered by | 8th Dec, 2010, 12:48: PM
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