Recent surveys of ascidians
biodiversity on the northern Chilean coast (Clarke & Castilla, 2000; Schories et al., 2015; Turon et al., 2016a, 2016b) did not make any reference to members of the genus Ascidia.
The upright oval tunic (grey-white in preservative) is 18 mm high and 10 mm wide, and was attached to a siphon of a different ascidian
Whole body regeneration in a colonial ascidian
, Botrylloides violaceus.
The samples of coral Siderastrea stellata, ascidian
and sponge Cinachyrella sp.
Ultrastructure of vegetative and sporulation tages of Haplosporidium ascidiarum from the Ascidian
Ciona intestinalis L.
To understand how maternal factors in ascidian
eggs establish the initial state of the gene regulatory network, we need to understand how the four main maternal factors (along with other currently unknown factors, if any) induce these nine distinct patterns of gene expression.
The immunomodulatory and antioxidant activity of crude and fractionated extracts of the ascidian
Styela clava were determined by in vitro screening.
A halogenated furanone rubrolide O isolated from a New Zealand ascidian
Synoicum sp., which inhibited superoxide anion production in human neutrophils ([IC.sub.50] = 35 [micro]M) in vitro with low toxicity .
Havenhand, "Fertilization and the potential for dispersal of gametes and larvae in the solitary ascidian
Ascidia mentula Muller," Ophelia, vol.
(2002): <<Solution structure of ascidian
trypsin inhibitor determined by nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy>>, Biochemistry, vol.
A significant 60% of silver salmon and ascidian
, popular ingredients in Japanese cuisine, originate from Onagawa's fisheries.
Fine structure of the intestinal epithelium of the colonial ascidian