From one to many and back again: A systemic signal triggers tunicate
, gastropod, polychaete, and arthropod species were collected from four commercial oyster farms' floating docks and oyster bags in the Damariscotta River Estuary, ME (coordinates 44[degrees] 0' 58.
2015) Guidelines for the nomenclature of genetic elements in tunicate
Population ecology of a colonizing species: the pelagic tunicate
Zhang, "An Early Cambrian Tunicate
from China," Nature 411 (2001): 472-3.
Community-based monitoring activities paid off in 2010, when a volunteer organization detected the glove leather tunicate
in Sitka, a discovery that resulted in an increase in spending on invasive marine species.
My term for it is the tunicate
from hell," says Harris, professor and chair of the department of biological sciences at the University of New Hampshire.
But the tunicate
genome's scrambled gene order could indicate that other organisms' genomes got and stayed that way without any pressure from natural selection.
Correlation between pigmentation and antifouling compounds produced by Pseudoalteromonas tunicate
Roles of hydrodynamics and larval behavior in determining spatial aggregations in the tunicate
Ecteinascidins 729, 743, 745, 579A, 759B, and 770 potent antitumor agents from the Caribbean tunicate
On the other hand thyroid hormone and receptor are not found in other invertebrates but are present in Ciona and could be related to the transition from tunicate
tadpole to sedentary adult as they are in frogs' metamorphosis.