Origin of ascidian
Examples from the Web for ascidian
Historical Examples of ascidian
The ascidian has only one eye inside its useless brain, while the tadpole and all other vertebrates have two from the very first.
So that in this respect the ascidian larva is nearer to the original type than the tadpole or any other existing animal.
The ascidian when born is a tiny, free-swimming, tadpole-like creature with a slender finned tail.Elementary Zoology, Second Edition
Vernon L. Kellogg
Chabry had published in 1887 some interesting results on the Ascidian egg, which strongly supported the Roux-Weismann theory.Form and Function
E. S. (Edward Stuart) Russell
The beginning of man an ascidian—his ultimate development as an angel, a pear-shaped, transparent bag.