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minute sedentary marine invertebrate having a saclike body with siphons through which water enters and leaves

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Chemical control of bacterial epibiosis on ascidians.
from its ascidian host, estimations of its growth rate have necessarily
Most ascidian species require a hard substrate for attachment.
Ruskin called it "the filthy heraldries which record the relation of humanity to the ascidian and the crocodile" (quoted in Beer).
Halocynthiaxanthin (123, and derivatives 124 and 125) was isolated from the ascidian Halocynthia roretzi (Matsuno and Ookubo 1981; Matsuno et al.
of Ascidian Prospecting Pty Ltd, who is a corporate member of The Australasian
Often, a pair lives within the mantle cavity or branchial region of their host, which is a mollusk or ascidian.
5[alpha], 8[alpha]-Epidioxysterols from the gorgonian Eunicella cavolini and the ascidian Trididemnum inarmatum: Isolation and evaluation of their antiproliferation activity.
In the present study, biofoulant ascidian was collected from Tuticorin coast of India for new pharmaceutical and biomedical substances exploration.
compiled by Mr David Jones BSc (Hons) MSc of Ascidian Prospecting Pty Ltd, who
Feeding activity, absorption efficiency and suspension feeding processes in the ascidian, Halocynlhia pyriformis (Stolidobranchia: Ascidiacea): responses to variations in diet quantity and quality.
Effects of the planktonic flagellate Chrysochromulina polylepis Manton et Park on fertilization and early development of the ascidian Ciona intestinalis (L.
Although the subject of intensive study for the past decade, little is still known about the timing, intensity, and duration of ascidian settlement, especially in coastal Maine.
Ascidian Prospecting Pty Ltd (Ascidian) must satisfy KDC that despite