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by H. Sawada,H. Yokosawa,C.C. Lambert

ePub The Biology of Ascidians download
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H. Sawada,H. Yokosawa,C.C. Lambert
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The Biology of Ascidians .

The Biology of Ascidians. price for USA in USD (gross). Ascidians are the invertebrate group that gave rise to vertebrates, thus the biology of ascidians provides an essential key to understanding both invertebrates and vertebrates. This book is the first to cover all areas of ascidian biology, including development, evolution, biologically active substances, heavy metal accumulation, asexual reproduction, host-defense mechanisms, allorecognition mechanisms, comparative immunology, neuroscience, taxonomy, ecology, genome science, and food science. H. Sawada H. Yokosawa . Ascidians are the invertebrate group that gave rise to vertebrates, thus the biology of ascidians provides an essential key to understanding both invertebrates and vertebrates

The Biology of Ascidians. Springer Science & Business Media.

Ascidians are the invertebrate group that gave rise to vertebrates, thus the biology of ascidians provides an essential key to understanding both invertebrates and vertebrates

Ascidians are the invertebrate group that gave rise to vertebrates, thus the biology of ascidians provides an essential key to understanding both invertebrates and vertebrates.

The Biology of Ascidians book. This book is the first to cover all areas of ascidian biology, including development, evolution, biologically active substances, heavy metal accumulation, asexual reproduction, host-defense mechanis Ascidians are the invertebrate group that gave rise to vertebrates, thus the biology of ascidians provides an essential key to understanding both invertebrates and vertebrates.

from book The Biology of Ascidians (p. 15-320). Chapter Number: Phylogeny of Botryllid Ascidians. Phylogeny of Botryllid Ascidians. Chapter · January 2001 with 12 Reads. Cite this publication. 470 pages, Col plates, bw plates, figs, tabs. Publisher: Springer Nature. Covers all areas of ascidian biology, including development, evolution, biologically active substances, heavy metal accumulation, asexual reproduction, host-defence mechanisms, allorecognition mechanisms, comparative immunology, neuroscience, taxonomy, ecology, genome science, and food science.

Millar RH (1971) The biology of ascidians. Adv Mar Biol 9: 1-100. Monniot C, Monniot F, Laboute P (1991) Coral reef ascidians of New Caledonia. Monniot C, Monniot F (1996) New collections of ascidians from the western Pacific and Southeastern Asia. Micronesia 29 (2): 133-279. Monniot C, Monniot F (2001) Ascidians from the tropical western Pacific. Zoosystema 23 (2): 201-383. Nishida H, Sawada K (2001) Macho-1 encodes a localized mRNA in ascidian eggs that specifies muscle fate during embryogenesis. Nature 409 : 724–729. Perrier E (1898) Note sur la Classification des Tuniciers.

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Ascidians are the invertebrate group that gave rise to vertebrates, thus the biology of ascidians provides an essential key to understanding both invertebrates and vertebrates. This book is the first to cover all areas of ascidian biology, including development, evolution, biologically active substances, heavy metal accumulation, asexual reproduction, host-defense mechanisms, allorecognition mechanisms, comparative immunology, neuroscience, taxonomy, ecology, genome science, and food science. The 69 articles that make up the collection were contributed by leading ascidiologists from all over the world who participated in the First International Symposium on the Biology of Ascidians, held in June 2000 in Sapporo, Japan. For scientists and students alike, the book is an invaluable source of information from the latest, most comprehensive studies of ascidian biology.