The epidermal tissue of Korean planaria Phagocata vivida(Ijima et Kaburaki) is composed of the simple columnar epithelium. The ventral epidermis of this animals is thinner than the dorsal epidermis and has a furrow in the median line in which dark cell is observed. The clear cells which are electron-lucent are located either side of the dark cells. Those are compactly covered with long cilia. The free surface of the latero-ventral epidermis is tightly contacted with the earth and this epidermal free surface has a great number of short cilia, and a lot of C-type of basophilic granule cell are migrated into the cytoplasm of epithelium from mesenchyme passing through the basement membrane and then this granules are put out of latero-ventral free surface. Dorsal epidermis is thickest among the whole epidermis of these animals and the rhabdite granules are more distributed in dorsal epidermis than in ventral epidermis. According to the cytochemical and ultrastructural research, composed epidermis of this planaria are divided into nine type cells, that is, ciliated columnar epithelium, dark cell, mucous cell, rhabdite-forming cell, sunk round cell, A type, B type, C type and D type of basophilic granule cell.
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