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Otros títulos : Evolutionary developmental biology of invertebrates, 6
Autor : Brown Almeida, Federico David
Fecha de publicación : 2015
Editorial : Vienna : Springer
Citación : Brown Almeida, Federico David. (2015) Tunicata. In : Evolutionary Developmental Biology of Invertebrates 6. Springer, Vienna. pp. 135-204
Citación : DOI;10.1007/978-3-7091-1856-6_4
Resumen : Tunicates are a group of marine fi lter-feeding animals that have been traditionally divided into three classes: (1) Appendicularia, also known as larvaceans because their free-swimming and pelagic adult stage resembles a larva; (2) Thaliacea, which includes three orders of freeswimming and pelagic adult forms with complex life cycles (Salpida, Pyrosomida, and Doliolida); and (3) Ascidiacea, colloquially referred to as sea squirts, which is comprised of diverse sessile solitary and colonial species and includes some of the most extensively studied tunicates. It was mainly the ascidians that served as the inspiration for seminal studies in developmental biology and evolution conducted last century by British zoologist and prolifi c writer N. J. Berrill, whose quote appears above.
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URI : http://repositorio.educacionsuperior.gob.ec/handle/28000/5046
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