Figure 4. Formation of the muscle and pigment cell sheath of the Drosophila testes.

Figure 4

Formation of the muscle and pigment cell sheath of the Drosophila testes. Myocytes and pigment cells emigrate from the genital disc upon contact with the gonad. Myocytes form an enveloping layer over the testes, which in turn is coated by a sex specific layer of pigment cells.

From: Wnt Signaling and Cell Migration

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