What is the tissue that lines the gastrovascular cavity?

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The tissue that lines the gastrovascular cavity is called Gastrodermis. It is an inner layer tissue of the body wall of a Phylum Cnidarian which is composed of five cells namely as follows- digestive cells, gland cells, interstitial cells, nerve cells and sensory cells. Gastrodermis’ primary function is for digestion.
The gastrovascular cavity in cnidaria is surrounded by an inner tissue called the gastrodermis.
Gastrodermis is the answer

The tissue that lines the gastrovascular cavity is called Gastrodermis. It is an inner layer tissue of the body wall of a Phylum Cnidarian which is composed of five cells namely as follows- digestive cells, gland cells, interstitial cells, nerve cells and sensory cells. Gastrodermis’ primary function is for digestion.

The specialized glands of the hydra’s gastrodermis, the tissue that lines the cavity, then secrete digestive enzymes that break down the prey into tiny pieces.


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