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Definition of Ascidian

Ascidian
Ascidian As*cid"i*an, n. [Gr. ? bladder, pouch.] (Zo["o]l.) One of the Ascidioidea, or in a more general sense, one of the Tunicata. Also as an adj.

Meaning of Ascidian from wikipedia

- Ascidiacea, commonly known as the ascidians, tunicates (in part), and sea squirts (in part), is a polyphyletic class in the subphylum Tunicata of sac-like...
- The solitary ascidian Herdmania momus is one of the most commonly encountered species of ascidians. While commonly referred to simply as sea squirts,...
- colonial ascidian tunicate. It is commonly known as the star tunicate, but it also has several other common names, including star ascidian and golden...
- Polycarpa aurata, also known as the ox heart ascidian, the gold-mouth sea squirt or the ink-spot sea squirt, is a species of tunicate in the family Styelidae...
- adults. Various species of the subphylum tunicata are commonly known as ascidians, sea squirts, tunicates, sea pork, sea livers, or sea tulips. The earliest...
- The ascidian mitochondrial code (translation table 13) is a genetic code found in the mitochondria of Ascidia.    AAs = FFLLSSSSYY**CCWWLLLLPPPPHHQQRR...
- Levine, Michael (2001). "Ci-sna cis-Regulation of Ascidian Tail Muscle Genes". The Biology of Ascidians. pp. 193–201. doi:10.1007/978-4-431-66982-1_30....
- can be smooth or textured, and may be perforated with small holes. In ascidians the sheath is sometimes called test as well, and is composed largely of...
- group of β-carboline derivatives, termed eudistomins were extracted from ascidians (marine tunicates of the family Ascidiacea), like Ritterella sigillinoides...
- a species of sessile ascidian that lives in coastal waters at depths of up to 80 m (260 feet). As with almost all other ascidians, sea tulips are filter...