The serous membrane layer that lines the wall space of the abdominal cavity and folds inward to enclose the viscera.
In animals, the serous membrane layer lining the hole associated with stomach which is folded across viscera.
In animals, the membrane layer lining the coelom cavity.
The smooth serous membrane layer which lines the hole of this abdomen, or even the body cavity if you have no diaphragm, and, turning straight back, surrounds the viscera, creating a closed, or nearly closed, sac.
The membrane layer coating the abdominal cavity and investing its viscera.
In brachiopods, an investment of this alimentary canal, through which the latter is suspended inside perivisceral cavity as by a mesentery.
In entomology, the external coating of the digestion tube of an insect.
a transparent membrane that lines the abdominal hole in animals and addresses the majority of the viscera