Additional Reading

Christen, R., and Braconnet, J. C. (1998). Molecular phylogeny of tunicate, a preliminary study using 28S ribosomal RNA partial sequences: implications in terms of evolution and ecology. In 'The Biology of Pelagic Tunicates'. (Ed. Q. Bone.) pp. 265-271. (Oxford University Press: Oxford.)

Fenaux, R. (1998). Anatomy and functional morphology of the appendicularia. In 'The Biology of Pelagic Tunicates'. (Ed. Q. Bone.) pp. 25-34. (Oxford University Press: Oxford.)

Godeaux, J. E. A. (1989). Functions of the endostyle in the tunicates. Bulletin of Marine Science 45(2), 228-242.

Godeaux, J. E. A. (1998). The relationships and system-atics of the Thaliacea with keys for identification. In 'The Biology of Pelagic Tunicates'. (Ed. Q. Bone.) pp. 272-274. (Oxford University Press: Oxford.)

Godeaux, J., Bone, Q., and Braconnet, J. C. (1998). The anatomy of Thaliacea. In 'The Biology of Tunicates'. (Ed. Q. Bone.) pp. 1-23. (Oxford University Press: Oxford.)

Figure 27.8 A, Rhopalaea crassa (Diazonidae); B, Clavelina moluccensis (Clavelinidae); C, Aplidium multiplicatum (Polyclin-idae); D, Aplidium tabascum (Polyclinidae); E-H, Didemnid/Prochloron symbioses: E, Trididemnum cyclops; F, Lissoclinum bistratum with carotenoids in surface test of exposed colonies; G, Didemnum molle colonies; H, Diplosoma virens colonies. (Photos: A, R. Steene; B, N. Holmes; C, K. Gowlett-Holmes; D, H, N. Coleman; E, D. Parry; F, E. Lovell; G, J. Hooper.)

Figure 27.8 A, Rhopalaea crassa (Diazonidae); B, Clavelina moluccensis (Clavelinidae); C, Aplidium multiplicatum (Polyclin-idae); D, Aplidium tabascum (Polyclinidae); E-H, Didemnid/Prochloron symbioses: E, Trididemnum cyclops; F, Lissoclinum bistratum with carotenoids in surface test of exposed colonies; G, Didemnum molle colonies; H, Diplosoma virens colonies. (Photos: A, R. Steene; B, N. Holmes; C, K. Gowlett-Holmes; D, H, N. Coleman; E, D. Parry; F, E. Lovell; G, J. Hooper.)

Goodbody, I. (1974). The physiology of ascidians. Advances in Marine Biology 12, 1-129.

Kott, P. (1982). Didemnid/algal symbiosis: algal transfer to a new host generation. In 'Proceedings Fourth International Coral Reef Symposium, Manila 1981'. Vol. 2, pp. 721-23. (University of the Philippines: Quezon City.)

Kott, P. (1985). The Australian Ascidiacea Pt 1, Phle-bobranchia and Stolidobranchia. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 23, 1-440.

Kott, P. (1990). The Australian Ascidiacea Pt 2, Aplouso-branchia (1). Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 29(1), 1-266.

Figure 27.9 A, Didemnum membranaceum (Didemnidae); B, Lissoclinum badium (Didemnidae); C, Phallusia julinea (showing apertures of two individuals); D, Ecteinascidia diaphanis (Perophoridae); E, Polycarpa aurata (Styelidae, Styelinae); F, Eusynstyela latericius (Styelidae, Polyzoinae); C, Symplegma teruaki (Styelidae, Polyzoinae); H, Herdmania momus (Pyuridae). (Photos: A, B, D, F, N. Coleman; C, E, C, H, R. and V. Taylor.)

Figure 27.9 A, Didemnum membranaceum (Didemnidae); B, Lissoclinum badium (Didemnidae); C, Phallusia julinea (showing apertures of two individuals); D, Ecteinascidia diaphanis (Perophoridae); E, Polycarpa aurata (Styelidae, Styelinae); F, Eusynstyela latericius (Styelidae, Polyzoinae); C, Symplegma teruaki (Styelidae, Polyzoinae); H, Herdmania momus (Pyuridae). (Photos: A, B, D, F, N. Coleman; C, E, C, H, R. and V. Taylor.)

Kott, P. (1992). The Australian Ascidiacea, Pt 3, Aplouso-branchia (2). Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 32(2), 377-620.

Kott, P. (1993). Phylum Tunicata. In 'A Coral Reef Handbook'. (Eds P. Mather and I. Bennett.) (Surrey Beatty & Sons: Sydney.)

Kott, P. (2001). The Australian Ascidiacea Pt 4, Didemnidae. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 47(1), 1-410.

Schaeffer, R. (1987). Deuterosome monophyly and phylogeny. Evolutionary Biology 21,179-235.

Thompson, H. (1948). 'Pelagic Tunicates of Australia'. (Commonwealth Council for Scientific and Industrial Research Australia: Melbourne.)

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