What is the meaning of triploblastic and coelomic cavity?

Asked by Nishant | 21st Oct, 2013, 04:12: PM

Expert Answer:

Triploblastic: In an animal body, during the formation of embryo, germ layers are formed. Animals that have three germ layers; endoderm, exoderm and mesoderm are said to be triploblastic.

Coelomic cavity: Coelomic cavity or coelom is the fluid-filled cavity where the internal organs remain suspended. It is formed within the mesoderm layer of the embryo during the development of organisms. Coelom absorbs shocks and allows the muscles to grow independently.

Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 21st Oct, 2013, 04:53: PM

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