Mechanisms underlying the effect of the chiton Katharina tunicata
on the kelp Hedophyllum sessile: Size escapes and indirect effects.
nitzschioides octonaria Thalassionema bacillare Cyanophyta Tunicata
Complete mitochondrial genome of the black chiton, Katharina tunicata
However, in early accounts the jumbo squid was identified as belonging to the same genus as the European cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis Linnaeus, 1758), called Sepia tunicata
1994), the chiton Katharina tunicata
(Boore and Brown 1994), and the fruit fly Drosophila yakuba (Clary and Wolstenholme 1985) were used to root the resulting trees.
Catalogue of Tunicata
in Australian Waters [CDROM].
data), a chiton, Katharina tunicata
(Boore and Brown 1994), a fly, Drosophila yakuba (Clary and Wolstenholme 1985), and two urchins, Strongylocentrotus purpuratus (Jacobs et al.
Bacteria isolated from only a few lobsters were related to Shewanella frigidimarina, Alteromonas arctica, Vibrio lentus, Shewanella fidelia, Pseudoalteromonas tunicata
and Vibrio spp.
Effects of gamma-aminobu-tyric acid on the settlement of larvae of the black chiton Katharina tunicata
competitive interactions in mixed-species biofilms containing the marine bacterium Pseudoalteromonas tunicata
Similarly, the shell of the limpet Siphonaria gigas is wider when living in more wave exposed rocky beaches (Giraldo-Lopez & Gomez-Schouben 1999), and the size of the chiton Katharina tunicata
from northern California may be smaller in areas with stronger wave action (Stebbins 1988).