Echinidae

Echinidae

[ə′kī·nə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of echinacean echinoderms in the order Echinoida possessing trigeminate or polyporous plates with the pores in a narrow vertical zone.
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Demografia y pesqueria del erizo Loxechinus albus (Echinodermata: Echinidae) en la region sur-austral de Chile.
Historia de vida, reproduccion y avances en el cultivo del erizo comestible chileno Loxechinus albus (Molina, 1782) (Echinoidea, Echinidae).
In echinoderms, it has been reported that cytoskeletons associate with the asymmetrical distribution of bep mRNAs and their proteins around the animal pole in unfertilized and fertilized eggs of Paracentrotus lividus (Echinidae) (12-15), and a mechanism involving the mitotic spindle redistributes the proteins into the daughter cells at the first cleavage (16).
Superorder Echinacea Order Echinoida Family Echinidae Genus Psammechinus AGASSIZ y DESOR, 1846 Psammechinus affinis FUCHS P1.7, fig.2 1972 Psammechinus affunis, NAINI.
An arrangement of the families of Echinidae, with descriptions of some new genera and species.
A third family, the Echinidae (Echinoida), consist of five species that have a planktotrophic larva.
In contrast, the Echinidae has only five planktotrophic species in a single genus (Sterechinus, see Table 1).
Hawaiian and other Pacific echini: the Pedinidae, Physomatidae, Stomopneustidae, Echinidae, Temnopleuridae, Strongylocentrotidae, and Echinometridae.
Variacion genetica en morfotipos de color de la especie en peligro de extincion, Paracentrotus gaimardi (Echinoidea: Echinidae)
The genus Paracentrotus belongs to the family Echinidae which includes only two species: Paracentrotus lividus (Lamarck, 1816) and Paracentrotus gaimardi (Blainville, 1825) (Mortensen, 1943).
The Stirodonta is the sister taxon to the superorder Camarodonta, which includes the orders Temnopleuroida and Echinoida, the latter of which includes families Toxopneustidae, Strongylocentrotidae, Echinometridae, Echinidae, and Parechinidae.
Hawaiian and other Pacific echini - The Pedinidae, Phymosomatidae, Stomopneustidae, Echinidae, Temnopleuridae, Strongylocentrodidae, and Echinometridae.