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Induction of gametogenesis in the cnidarian endosymbiosis model Aiptasia sp.
Davidson, "Precambrian Animal Life: Probable Developmental and Adult Cnidarian Forms from Southwest China," Developmental Biology 248, no.
Yet if these were unattached fossils, they would exhibit evidence for transport; even when stranded on interference rippled surfaces, cnidarian medusae comparable in size to the King Square Formation discoids should preferentially collect in the ripple troughs--but they do not.
Disturbance, colonial fragmentation, and size-dependent life history variation in two coral reef cnidarians.
Diversity and aggregation areas of planktonic cnidarians of the southern channels of Chile (Boca del Guafo to Pulluche Channel).
Finally, somatic mutations are potentially heritable in cnidarians (Campbell 1974; Buss 1985; Hughes 1989; Hughes et al.
2] levels, underscore the potential role of the cnidarian host in mediating symbiont division.
A report of 49 cases of cnidarian envenoming from southeastern Brazilian coastal waters.
In May 2010, however, Simpson and his colleagues reported in PLoS ONE the first evidence that coral larvae (and larvae of any cnidarian, the group that includes corals, sea anemones and jellyfish) respond to sound.
Studies of the biology of a symbiosis between the eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica Gmelin) and an inquiline cnidarian, Eutima sp.
Jellyfish species (of the cnidarian subphylum Medusozoa) typically possess a benthic, sessile stage (polyp) that reproduces asexually by budding new polyps or medusae, the latter of which represent the sexually reproductive stage of the textbook medusozoan life cycle.