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   Ectopleura larynx (ringed tubularia) 
   Tubularia larynx (ringed tubularia) 

Broader Terms:
   Hydroida (medusae) 
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Tubularia larynx

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Common Names: ringed tubularia

1.  Nonclonal coloniality: Genetically chimeric colonies through fusion of sexually produced polyps in the hydrozoan Ectopleura larynx.LinkIT
Chang ES, Orive ME, Cartwright P
Evolution letters, 2018

2.  Effects of cnidarian biofouling on salmon gill health and development of amoebic gill disease.LinkIT
Bloecher N, Powell M, Hytterød S, Gjessing M, Wiik-Nielsen J, Mohammad SN, Johansen J, Hansen H, Floerl O, Gjevre AG
PloS one, 2018

3.  Amplified recruitment pressure of biofouling organisms in commercial salmon farms: potential causes and implications for farm management.LinkIT
Bloecher N, Floerl O, Sunde LM
Biofouling, 2015

4.  Expression of Wnt pathway genes in polyps and medusa-like structures of Ectopleura larynx (Cnidaria: Hydrozoa).LinkIT
Nawrocki AM, Cartwright P
Evolution & development, 2013

5.  The fouling hydroid Ectopleura larynx: a lack of effect of next generation antifouling technologies.LinkIT
Bloecher N, de Nys R, Poole AJ, Guenther J
Biofouling, 2013

6.  A novel mode of colony formation in a hydrozoan through fusion of sexually generated individuals.LinkIT
Nawrocki AM, Cartwright P
Current biology : CB, 2012

7.  Potential antifouling strategies for marine finfish aquaculture: the effects of physical and chemical treatments on the settlement and survival of the hydroid Ectopleura larynx.LinkIT
Guenther J, Fitridge I, Misimi E
Biofouling, 2011

8.  Isolation of trimethyl amine oxide and other bases from the hydroid Tubularia larynx.LinkIT
Gupta KC, Williams JR, Miller RL
Comparative biochemistry and physiology. B, Comparative biochemistry, 1978

9.  Isolation of homarine (N-methyl picolinic acid) and trigonelline (N-methyl nicotinic acid) from the hydroid Tubularia larynx.LinkIT
Gupta KC, Miller RL, Williams JR
Lloydia, 1977

10.  Fine structure of the spermatozoon of Tubularia larynx (Hydrozoa, Coelenterata).LinkIT
Afzelius BA
Journal of ultrastructure research, 1971