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*  Hyalin
The Calcium-Insoluble Protein of the Hyaline Layer of the Sea Urchin Egg". The Journal of Cell Biology. 44 (3): 611-617. doi: ... doi:10.1111/j.1469-185x.1967.tb01482.x. Schuel, Herbert (1984). "The Prevention of Polyspermic Fertilization in Sea Urchins". ... McClay, David R.; Fink, Rachael D (1982). "Sea Urchin Hyalin: Appearance and Function in Development". Developmental Biology. ... Timourian, H; Watchmaker, G (1975). "The Sea-Urchin Blastula: Extent of Cellular Determination". American Zoologist. 15 (3): ...
*  Crinoid
Specimens of the sea urchin Calocidaris micans present in a meadow of the crinoid Endoxocrinus parrae, have been shown to ... This makes it highly likely that these sea urchins are predators of the crinoids, and that the crinoids flee, offering part of ... The gut content of the sea urchins consisted of articulated ossicles with soft tissue, whereas the local sediment contained ... forming an endoskeleton similar to that in starfish and sea urchins. These make the calyx somewhat cup-shaped, and there are ...
*  Sea Urchins
... at NZonScreen (with video extracts) Sea Urchins on IMDb. ... Sea Urchins was a kidult television series (in three series) produced by Television New Zealand from 1980 to 1984. It starred ... "urchins" stumble on villainous plots from missing treasure to wildlife smuggling while holidaying with their uncle. ...
*  The Sea Urchins
... were an indie pop band from West Bromwich, England formed in 1986. They were the first band to release a single ...
*  Sea urchin
Urchin Anatomy a flash about the anatomy of the sea urchin www.sea-urchins.com An article about sea-urchin parasites. Further ... "Sea Urchin Roe Cuisine" in John M. Lawrence, Edible sea urchins: biology and ecology "The Rise of the Sea Urchin", Franz Lidz ... which sea urchins resemble. Sea urchins are members of the phylum Echinodermata, which also includes sea stars, sea cucumbers, ... A sea otter feeding on a purple sea urchin. A crab (Carpilius convexus) attacking a slate pencil sea urchin (Heterocentrotus ...
*  Sea urchin (disambiguation)
A sea urchin is a spiny marine echinoderm. "Sea urchin" may also refer to: The Sea Urchin (1913 film) The Sea Urchin (1926 film ... The Sea Urchins, an English indie pop band (1986-1991) Sea Urchins, a New Zealand television series (1980-84). ...
*  Echinopsis (sea urchin)
Echinopsis is an extinct genus of sea urchins in the class Echinoidea. These slow-moving low-level epifaunal grazers lived from ...
*  Red sea urchin
The red sea urchin (Mesocentrotus franciscanus) is a sea urchin found in the Pacific Ocean from Alaska to Baja California. It ... During larval development, urchins use bands of cilia to capture food from the water column. Red sea urchins found in the ... The sea urchin genome project Pacific Urchin Harvesters Association. ... sea urchin grazing, and kelp forest community structure". Ecology. doi:10.2307/1939168. Estes and Duggins (1995). "Sea otters ...
*  Sea urchin injury
Sea urchin injuries are caused by contact with sea urchins, and are characterized by puncture wounds inflicted by the animal's ... Sea urchin spines can be venomous or cause infection. Granuloma and staining of the skin from the natural dye inside the sea ... Breathing problems may indicate a serious reaction to toxins in the sea urchin. If no infection occur on a non-venomous sea ... urchin injury, the sting can stay for a while inside the flesh. Pain and discomfort will be present. On a long period of time, ...
*  White sea urchin
... is a common name for several sea urchins and may refer to: Lytechinus anamesus Salmacis sphaeroides ...
*  Supermarine Sea Urchin
The Supermarine Sea Urchin was an unbuilt British racing biplane flying boat designed by the Supermarine Aviation Works to ... ISBN 0-85177-800-3. Photo of a model Supermarine Sea Urchin. ...
*  Sea urchin skeletogenesis
The larval sea urchin does not resemble its adult form, because the sea urchin is an indirect developer, meaning its larva form ... The skeleton of the pluteus does, however, give rise to the spines of the juvenile sea urchin. These spines usually measure 1-3 ... It is a key interaction between the two principal populations of mesodermal cells in the sea urchin embryo, PMCs and secondary ... Here, the focus is on skeletogenesis in the sea urchin species Strongylocentrotus purpuratus, as this species has been most ...
*  Green sea urchin
Several species of sea urchin share the name green sea urchin: Lytechinus variegatus, also known as the variegated sea urchin ... Aegean Sea and Mediterranean Psammechinus miliaris, also known as the shore sea urchin Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis, ... Psammechinus microtuberculatus, occurs in the Atlantic Ocean, Adriatic Sea, ...
*  Bald sea urchin disease
... is a bacterial disease known to affect several species of sea urchins on Mediterranean Sea, North ...
*  The Sea Urchin (1926 film)
The Sea Urchin is a 1926 British drama film directed by Graham Cutts and starring Betty Balfour, George Hackathorne and W. ...
*  The Sea Urchin (1913 film)
The Sea Urchin is a 1913 American silent short romantic drama film directed by Edwin August and starring Jeanie MacPherson and ... p. 2. "Silent Era: The Sea Urchin". Silent Era.com. Retrieved January 9, 2015. Louvish, Simon (2008). "Cecil B. DeMille: A Life ... Mirsalis, Jon (2008). "The Sea Urchin". Lon Chaney.org. Retrieved January 9, 2015. "(Advertisement)". The Bonham Daily Favorite ... as Sea Urchins. Advertisements for the film included theaters in Pennsylvania, Texas, Kansas, Louisiana, Indiana, Utah, and New ...
*  Sea Urchins of the Northern Gulf of California
Species of sea urchins, heart urchins, and sand dollars in the Northern Gulf of California, using the #World distribution ... Approximately 23 species of sea urchins, 3 species of heart urchins, and 9 species of sand dollars call the Northern Gulf of ... The Sea urchins of the Northern Gulf of California are in the Gulf of California habitats, located between the coasts of the ... One type of marine animal that can be found in this region is the sea urchin (class echinoidea, in the phylum echinodermata). ...
*  Algae-eater
Sea urchins. Some snail species such as the Turbo, Astraea, Turban and Nerite snails. "Best Algae Eaters For The Freshwater ...
*  Clinus superciliosus
This species feeds on benthic crustaceans including amphipods, isopods and crabs; sea urchins; gastropods; polychaete worms and ...
*  Cidaridae
... is a family of sea urchins in the order Cidaroida. Cidarid sea urchins are characterized by their stout skeletton : ... Antarctic Cidaroid Sea Urchins!". Echinoblog. Mah, Christopher L. (August 20, 2013). "Strange Urchin Spines! Past and Present ... Mah, Christopher L. (May 20, 2015). "What is Going on with cidaroid sea urchins and their WEIRD spines??". Echinoblog. WoRMS : ... The order Cidaroida is the basalmost of current sea urchins, and most of the species included in this family are abyssal, even ...
*  Toxinology
... sea urchins. This listing is not exhaustive. Poisonous animals, mushrooms and plants again cover a diversity of taxonomic ...
*  Dorippe frascone
The urchin crab is so called because of its habit of carrying a sea urchin on its carapace. This is usually the red urchin ( ... It often has a symbiotic relationship with a long-spined sea urchin and carries one around on its carapace. The urchin crab is ... It uses only the first two pairs of legs for locomotion because the third and fourth pairs are used to grip a sea urchin which ... "Sea urchin crab". Jonathan Bird Productions. Retrieved 2013-01-22. Maran, Vincent (2010-11-11). "Astropyga radiata (Leske, 1778 ...
*  List of lost silent films (1910-14)
"The Sea Urchin". silentera.com. Retrieved March 8, 2013. "Shon the Piper". silentera.com. Retrieved March 8, 2013. "The Trap". ...
*  Diadematidae
"Black Sea Urchin". Museum Victoria. Retrieved 2011-05-13. Knight, K. (2009). "Sea Urchins Use Whole Body As Eye". Journal of ... The Diadematidae are a family of sea urchins. Their tests are either rigid or flexible and their spines are long and hollow. ... Like other sea urchins diadematids are sensitive to touch, light, and chemicals; additionally they do have eyes (eye spots) ... which is in contrast to other sea urchins. Because of this they can follow a threat with their spines. Astropyga radiata. ...
*  Vivian Stanshall
The recording includes one of Stanshall's last poems, entitled "With My Mouth Turned Down for the Night". In 2003 Sea Urchin ... Stanshall, Vivian (9 December 2017). "Stinkfoot: An English Comic Opera". Sea Urchin Editions. Retrieved 9 December 2017 - via ... Rotterdam: Sea Urchin, 2003. ISBN 90-75342-13-6, a celebration of Vivian and Ki's comic opera (publisher's page) http://www. ... About this time, the Stanshall family moved to the Essex coastal town of Leigh-on-Sea. He attended Southend High School for ...
*  G1 phase
However, in Xenopus embryos, sea urchin embryos, and Drosophila embryos, the G1 phase is barely existent and is defined as the ...
*  Jennifer Maestre
"Sea urchins, by Jennifer Maestre". ABC News (Australia). January 16, 2007. Ginger Gregg Duggan, Judith Hoos Fox (2005). Over + ... Maestre was originally inspired by the form and function of the sea urchin. In her artist statement, she writes: "The spines of ... the urchin, so dangerous yet beautiful, serve as an explicit warning against contact. The alluring texture of the spines draws ...