78) referred to this collection as Echinopluteus
Morphometric and metabolic analysis of the growth and form of an echinopluteus
Une larve de Spatangide Echinopluteus
solidus (Mortensen), du plancton de Villefranche-sur-Mer.
Optimum water temperature for the echinopluteus
larvae Hemicentrotus pulcherrimus.
Effects of temperature on the body form, growth, electron transport system activity, and development rate of an echinopluteus
electron transport system activity, and developmental rate of an echinopluteus
Sniffing out new data and hypotheses on the form, function and evolution of the echinopluteus
post-oral vihratile lobe.
tu-berculata with a feeding echinopluteus
larva and H.
Assuming that these NOS-defined neurons are specified locally, these data reveal a novel neurogenic region in the echinopluteus
that, temporally, develops somewhat independently from the larval nervous system.
Echinoids with nonfeeding larvae also lack the CB and the associated NS of the echinopluteus
(Byrne et al.
The feeding larva of a sea urchin, called an echinopluteus
, is recognized by its anteriorly directed, bilaterally symmetrical pairs of arms supported by calcitic skeletal rods and lined by a ciliated band used to swim and feed.
The location and cellular organization of the echinoid apical organ differs from that seen in dipleurula-type larvae, and this is likely due to evolution of the echinopluteus