- body wall muscle cell polarization variant
Variations in the accumulation of muscle proteins at membranes where adjacent muscle cells contact each other and the hypodermis compared to control. In C. elegans, during early embryonic body wall muscle development, muscle, basement membrane, and hypodermal components are all colocalized in a continuous linear structure at the site of muscle-hypodermal contact.
- body wall muscle cell spindle development variant
Any variation in the progression of the region of a body wall muscle cell that contains the myofilament lattice (adjacent to the hypodermis) over time, from its initial state to the fully differentiated state compared to control.
- ectopic body wall muscle
Animals exhibit one or more body wall muscle cells in locations not normally found in controls.
- paralyzed arrested elongation two fold
Movement and elongation ceases at the two-fold stage. The myofilament lattice in body wall muscle cells is variant. However, development in embryos continues. Embryos hatch as inviable larvae.
- body wall cell development variant
Any variation in the progression of a body wall muscle cell over time, from initial commitment of the cell to a specific fate, to the fully functional differentiated cell compared to control.
Excessive and often uncoordinated body wall muscle contraction leading to shortening of the body.