|OBO ID: ZFA:0000076|
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|Term Name:||swim bladder||Search Ontology:|
|Definition:||The swim bladder is a double-chambered organ located in the coelom and used to maintain buoyancy and may function as an acoustic resonator. The zebrafish does not appear to have a gas gland, but it is not yet clear if there are gas producing cells distributed more widely. (1)|
|Appears at:||Hatching:Pec-fin (60.0h-72.0h)|
|Evident until:||Adult (90d-730d, breeding adult)|
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