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BS Media in Zoology
Friday, 07 July 2017 12:08


The typical tunicate looks like a non-chordate animal. If the life history of such animal is studied, the larval form reveals the chordate characters of that animal. In 1816, Lamarck and Cuvier placed these animals in one class ‘Tunicata’. Allis described a compound Ascidian “Botryllus’ in 1756. KowalevskSi. Worked on…

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