Talk:K12 Comparative Embryology
Conklin EG. The Organization and Cell-Lineage of the Ascidian Egg (1905) J. Acad., Nat. Sci. Phila. 13, 1.
Conklin, E. G. (1905). The organization and cell lineage of the ascidian egg. J. Acad., Nat. Sci. Phila. 13, 1.
Edwin G. Conklin took eggs of the tunicate Styela partita, a sea squirt that resides in the waters off the coast of Massachusetts, and followed the fates of each cell in the embryo until they differentiated into particular structures.
Conklin, E. G. (1905). Mosaic development in ascidian eggs. J. Exp. Zool. 2, 145.