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Complete DNA sequence of the mitochondrial genome of the black chiton, Katharina tunicata.
On occasion, we also observed conspicuous melanin-pigmented colonies belonging to Pseudoalteromonas tunicata.
Variable population structure and tenacity in the intertidal chiton Katharina tunicata (Mollusca: Polyplacophora) in Northern California.
Meanwhile, a total of 52,309 organisms were identified as zooplankton; these were distributed among 16 taxonomic groups belonging to the phyla Cnidaria, Ctenophora, Chaetognatha, Annelida, Nemertina, Arthropoda, Tunicata, and Vertebrata.
They belong to the sub-phylum Tunicata, a branch within the phylum Chordata, consisting of both solitary and colonial forms (Satoh, 1994; Burighel and Cloney, 1997; Lambert, 2005).
The phylum Chordata comprises three extant clades--Cephalochordata, Tunicata, and Vertebrata--with the first, commonly called lancelets or amphioxus, basal to the other two (Delsuc et al.
The morphology of the Tunicata, and its bearings on the phylogeny of the Chordata.
Burnaford (2004) showed that the movement of the marine chiton Katharina tunicata under canopy-forming seaweeds lowered its exposure to temperature and desiccation stress, and as a consequence, increased feeding rates within refuges.
Effects of gamma-aminobutyric acid on the settlement of larvae of the black chiton Katharina tunicata.