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Baeteman, C. (2007) De laat holocene evolutie van de Belgische kustvlakte: sedimentatieprocessen versus zeespiegelschommelingen en Duinkerke transgressies. Geo- and Bioarchaeological Studies 8: [1-17], details

David, B.; Choné, T.; Festeau, A.; De Ridder, C. (2005) Biodiversity of Antarctic echinoids: a comprehensive and interactive database. Sci. Mar. (Barc.) 69(Suppl. 2): 201-203, details

Degraer, S.; Meire, P.; Vincx, M. (2007) Spatial distribution, population dynamics and productivity of Spisula subtruncata: implications for Spisula fisheries in seaduck wintering areas. Mar. Biol. 152(4): 863-875, details

Lestage, J.A. (1935) La présence en Belgique du crabe chinois (Eriocheir sinensis H. Milne-Edwards). Ann. Soc. Roy. Zool. Bel. 66: 113-118, details

 

BOOKS & MONOGRAPHS

Akveld, L.M.; Hart, S.; van Hoboken, W.J. (Ed.) (1977) Maritieme geschiedenis der Nederlanden: Deel 2. Zeventiende eeuw, van 1585 tot ca. 1680. De Boer Maritiem: Bussum, The Netherlands. ISBN 90-228-1947-7. 389 pp., details

Broeze, F.J.A.; Bruijn, J.R.; Gaastra, F.S. (Ed.) (1977) Maritieme geschiedenis der Nederlanden: Deel 3. Achttiende en eerste helft negentiende eeuw, van ca. 1680 tot 1850-1870. De Boer Maritiem: Bussum, The Netherlands. 434 pp., details

Calewaert, J.-B.; Maes, F. (Ed.) (2007) Science and sustainable management of the North Sea: Belgian case studies. Academia Press: Gent, Belgium. ISBN 978-90-382-1085-8. X, 328 + cd rom pp., details

Mooi, R.; Telford, M. (Ed.) (1998). Echinoderms: San Francisco: Proceedings of the Ninth International Echinoderm Conference, San Francisco, California, USA, 5-9 August, 1996. A.A. Balkema: Rotterdam, The Netherlands. ISBN 90-5410-929-7. XXXII, 923 pp., details

Paffrath, S.; Thomas, R. (Ed.) (2007) CRAB - Collective Research on Aquaculture Biofouling: Biofouling manual. European Commission: [S.l.]. 26 sheets pp., details

Thatje, S.; Calcagno, J.A.; Arntz, W.E. (Ed.) (2003) Interactions between the Magellan Region and the Antarctic: Antarctic benthic deep-sea biodiversity. Extended Abstracts of the IBMANT/ANDEEP International Symposium and Workshop, 19-24 October, 2003, Ushuaia, Argentina. Centro Austral de Investigaciones Científicas: Ushuaia, Argentina. 196 pp., details

Veroustraete, F.; Ceulemans, R.J.M.; Impens, I. I. P.; Van Rensbergen , J.B.H.F. (Ed.) (1994) Vegetation, modelling and climatic change effects. SPB Academic Publishing: The Hague, The Netherlands. ISBN 90-5103-090-8. 249 pp., details

Welte, D.H.; Horsfield, B.; Baker, D.R. (Ed.) (1997) Petroleum and basin evolution: insights from petroleum geochemistry, geology and basin modeling. Springer-Verlag: Berlin, Germany. ISBN 3-540-61128-2. 535 pp., details

 

ARTICLES & CHAPTERS

Akveld, L.M.; Hart, S.; van Hoboken, W.J. (Ed.) (1977) Maritieme geschiedenis der Nederlanden: Deel 2. Zeventiende eeuw, van 1585 tot ca. 1680. De Boer Maritiem: Bussum, The Netherlands. ISBN 90-228-1947-7. 389 pp., details

  • Van Beylen, J. Scheepstypen, details
  • Hart, S. Scheepsbouw, details
  • Hart, S. Rederij, details
  • Lucassen, J. Zeevarenden, details
  • Schilder, G.; Bruyns, W.F.J.M. Navigatie, details
  • Bruijn, J.R. De vaart in Europa, details
  • Gaastra, F.S.; Emmer, P.C. De vaart buiten Europa, details
  • Emmer, P.C. Het Atlantisch gebied, details
  • Gaastra, F.S. Het Aziatisch gebied, details
  • van de Voort, J.P. Noordzeevisserij, details
  • de Jong, C. Walvisvaart, details
  • Braunius, S.W.P.C. Oorlogsvaart, details

Atlantic Seabirds 7(3)

  • Schreiber, J.; Kissling, W.D. Factors affecting the breeding success of Arctic Terns Sterna paradisaea in a colony at Kaldbaksbotnur, Faroe Islands, details
  • López Suárez, P. et al. Restricted nesting habitat and reproductive failure of Magnificent Frigatebirds Fregata magnificens in the Cape Verde Islands, details
  • van Horssen, P.W. Large numbers of Cape Verde Shearwaters Calonectris edwards off Santo Antăo, Cape Verde Islands, in July 2005, details
  • Lavers, J.L. et al. Double white lines on the bill of the Razorbill Alca torda: remnants of an association with the extinct Great Auk Penguinus impennis?, details
  • Dahl, H.K. et al. Effects of supplementary feeding on provisioning and growth rates of Atlantic Puffin Fratercula arctica chicks in North Norway, details

Calewaert, J.-B.; Maes, F. (Ed.) (2007) Science and sustainable management of the North Sea: Belgian case studies. Academia Press: Gent, Belgium. ISBN 978-90-382-1085-8. X, 328 + cd rom pp., details

  • Maes, F.; Calewaert, J.-B. (2007) Introduction: Science and sustainable management of the North Sea: Belgian case studies, details
  • Calewaert, J.-B.; Maes, F.; Schrijvers, J. (2007) Situating the projects, details
  • Vanaverbeke, J.; Courtens, W.; Deneudt, K.; Franco, M.A.; Gysels, E.S.; Hellemans, B.; Huyse, T.; Larmuseau, M.; Mees, J.; Moodley, L.; Pampoulie, C.; Provoost, P.; Remerie, T.; Soetaert, K.; Stienen, E.; Vanden Berghe, E.; Van de Walle, M.; van Oevelen, D.; Volckaert, F.A.M.; Vincx, M. (2007) TROPHOS: Fundamental research for policy and sustainable management, details
  • Van Lancker, V.; Deleu, S.; Bellec, V.; Du Four, I.; Schelfaut, K.; Verfaillie, E.; Fettweis, M.; Van den Eynde, D.; Francken, F.; Monbaliu, J.; Giardino, A.; Portilla, J.; Lanckneus, J.; Moerkerke, G.; Degraer, S. (2007) MAREBASSE: Bridging gaps with other disciplines and end-users, details
  • Schrijvers, J.; Scory, S.; Sutton, V.; Derous, S.; Polet, H.; Volckaert, A.; Calewaert, J.-B.; Maes, F. (2007) BALANS: Policy system thinking for sustainable management, details
  • Maes, F.; Calewaert, J.-B.; Schrijvers, J.; Van Lancker, V.; Vanhulle, A.; Vanden Abeele, P.; Verfaillie, E.; Derous, S.; Volckaert, A.; Degraer, S.; De Wachter, B. (2007) GAUFRE: Towards a spatial structure plan for the sustainable management of the Belgian part of the North Sea, details
  • Calewaert, J.-B.; Maes, F.; Lymbery, G.; Engelen, G.; Van Lancker, V.; Douvere, F.; Vanaverbeke, J.; Collins, M.; Mink, E.; Elliot, M. (2007) Conclusions and recommendations, details

Mar. Biotechnol. 9(3)

  • Marx, J.-C. et al. Cold-adapted enzymes from marine Antarctic microorganisms, details
  • Mocz, G. Fluorescent proteins and their use in marine biosciences, biotechnology, and proteomics, details
  • Liu, J. et al. Isolation and expression analysis of testicular type Sox9b in allotetraploid fish, details
  • Ken, C.-F. et al. Replacement of buried cysteine from zebrafish Cu/Zn superoxide dismutase and enhancement of its stability via site-directed mutagenesis, details
  • Ma, C. et al. Purification and characterization of an alkaline protease from the marine yeast Aureobasidium pullulans for bioactive peptide production from different sources, details
  • Mahidol, C. et al. Mitochondrial DNA diversity of the Asian moon scallop, Amusium pleuronectes (Pectinidae), in Thailand, details
  • Tsutsui, N. et al. Purification of sinus gland peptides having vitellogenesis-inhibiting activity from the whiteleg shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei, details
  • Zhou, G.-Z. et al. Establishment, characterization, and virus susceptibility of a new marine cell line from red spotted grouper (Epinephelus akaara), details
  • Sellars, M.J. et al. A PL10 vasa-like gene in the Kuruma shrimp, Marsupenaeus japonicus, expressed during development and in adult gonad, details
  • Dobretsov, S. et al. Novel antifoulants: Inhibition of larval attachment by proteases, details

Mar. Drugs 4(1)

  • De Oliveira, J.H.H.L. et al. Antimicrobial and antimycobacterial activity of cyclostellettamine alkaloids from sponge Pachychalina sp., details
  • Wakuda, Y. et al. Manzamenones inhibit T-cell protein tyrosine phosphatase, details
  • Oda, T. et al. Effects of lissoclibadins and lissoclinotoxins, isolated from a tropical ascidian Lissoclinum cf. badium, on IL-8 production in a PMA-stimulated promyelocytic leukemia cell line, details
  • Oda, T. et al. Effects of bistheonellide A, an actin-polymerization inhibitor, on Chinese hamster V79 cells and on IL-8 production in PMA-stimulated HL-60 cells, details

Mar. Drugs 4(3)

  • Arias, H.R. Marine toxins targeting ion channels, details
  • Messerli, S.M.; Greenberg, R.M. Cnidarian toxins acting on voltage-gated ion channels, details
  • Nicholson, G.M.; Lewis, R.J. Ciguatoxins: Cyclic polyether modulators of voltage-gated ion channel function, details
  • Layer, R.T.; McIntosh, J.M. Conotoxins: Therapeutic potential and application, details
  • Geffeney, S.L.; Ruben, P.C. The structural basis and functional consequences of interactions between tetrodotoxin and voltage-gated sodium channels, details
  • Al-Sabi, A. et al. Marine toxins that target voltage-gated sodium channels, details
  • Schroeder, C.I.; Lewis, R.J. Omega-conotoxins GVIA, MVIIA and CVID: SAR and clinical potential, details
  • Wen, L. et al. New conotoxin SO-3 targeting N-type voltage-sensitive calcium channels, details
  • Wonnacott, S.; Gallagher, T. The chemistry and pharmacology of anatoxin-a and related homotropanes with respect to nicotinic acetylcholine receptors, details
  • Kem, W. et al. The nemertine toxin anabaseine and its derivative DMXBA (GTS-21): Chemical and pharmacological properties, details

Mar. Drugs 4(4)

  • Kundoor, V. et al. A possible mechanism of action of the chemopreventive effects of Sarcotriol on skin tumor development in CD-1 mice, details
  • Castellanos, L. et al. Synthesis of acetylhomoagmatine, details
  • Namikoshi, M. et al. Natural abundance 14C content of dibutyl phthalate (DBP) from three marine algae, details

Mar. Drugs 5(2)

  • Kijjoa, A. et al. Anticancer activity evaluation of kuanoniamines A and C isolated from the marine sponge Oceanapia sagittaria, collected from the Gulf of Thailand, details
  • Bringmann, G. et al. Large-scale biotechnological production of the antileukemic marine natural product sorbicillactone A, details
  • Bao, Q. et al. Monoindole alkaloids from a marine sponge Spongosorites sp., details
  • Wattanadilok, R. et al. Antifungal activity evaluation of the constituents of Haliclona baeri and Haliclona cymaeformis, collected from the Gulf of Thailand, details

Mooi, R.; Telford, M. (Ed.) (1998). Echinoderms: San Francisco: Proceedings of the Ninth International Echinoderm Conference, San Francisco, California, USA, 5-9 August, 1996. A.A. Balkema: Rotterdam, The Netherlands. ISBN 90-5410-929-7. XXXII, 923 pp., details

  • David, B.; Mooi, R. Major events in the evolution of echinoderms viewed by the light of embryology, details
  • Conand, C. Overexploitation in the present world sea cucumber fisheries and perspectives in mariculture, details
  • Oji, T.; Tamura, M. The oldest record of articulate crinoids: Smithian Holocrinus? From northeast Japan, details
  • Silván Pobes, E.M. et al. More about Spanish Ordovician crinoids, details
  • Van den Spiegel, D. et al. On the association between the shrimp Synalpheus stimpsoni (De Man, 1888) and the crinoid Comaster multifidus (Hartlaub, 1890), details
  • Nichols, D.; Mladenov, P.V. Seasonality of cell-inclusions during gametogenesis in the comatulid Oxycomanthus plectrophorum from New Zealand, details
  • Balser, E.J.; Fisher, E. The effect of salinity on heartbeat frequency in larvae of the asteroid Pisaster ochraceus , details
  • Byrne, M. Evolution of larval form in Patiriella: the intragonadal larvae of P. vivipara and P. parvivipara have a vestigial brachiolar complex, details
  • Byrne, M. et al. Male infertility in Asterias amurensis: a new phenomenon resulting from introduction of the parasitic ciliate Orchitophrya stellarum to Japan, details
  • Byrne, M. et al. Introduction of the northern Pacific asteroid Asterias amurensis to Tasmania: reproduction and current distribution, details
  • Cavey, M.J. A simple device for rapid decalcification of the starfish ambulacrum with ascorbic acid (vitamin C), details
  • Cavey, M.J. Neuromyoepithelial relationships in the starfish ambulacrum and excitation-contraction coupling among the podial retractor cells, details
  • Cerra, A.; Byrne, M. Cell surface features and the extracellular matrix around the larvae of Patiriella species with planktonic, benthic and intragonadal development: implications for larval nutrition, details
  • Crump, R.G.; Emson, R.H. Observations on the effects of oil pollution on tidepool seastars, details
  • Dale, J.H. Coordination of chemosensory orientation in the starfish Asterias forbesi, details
  • Demian, D.J.; Walker, C.W. Interrelated mitogenic signalling pathways during spermatogonial gl/s-phase traverse in the testis of the North Atlantic sea star Asterias vulgaris, details
  • Foltz, D.W. Distribution of intertidal Leptasterias spp. along the Pacific North American coast: a synthesis of allozymic and mtDNA data, details
  • Guerrazzi, M.C. et al. Foraging activity in population of the starfish Echinaster brasiliensis Müller & Troschel, details
  • Guerrazzi, M.C. et al. Population structure of the starfish Echinaster brasiliensis Müller & Troschel along the southeastern Brazilian coast, details
  • Harris, L.G. et al. Changing patterns for two sea stars in the Gulf of Maine, 1976-1996, details
  • Hart, M.W. et al. The molecular phylogeny of Patiriella species and analysis of life history evolution in asterinid starfish, details
  • Hopkins, T.S. A sea star conundrum: the genus Henricia (Echinasteridae) from the US Pacific coast: Part 1. The San Diego connection, details
  • Knott, K.E.; Hopkins, T.S. Morphological and biochemical variation in two color morphs of Luidia clathrata, details
  • Koh, B.C.A.; Lane, D.J.W. Locomotory coordination and the podia-ampulla system in Stellaster equestris (Asteroidea: Goniasteridae), details
  • Komatsu, M. et al. Larvae are present in the ovoviviparous sea star, Patiriella vivipara, details
  • Lepper, D.M.E.; Moore, P.A. The role of chemical signals in the foraging behavior of the sea star Asterias forbesi, details
  • Lockhart, S.J.; Ritz, D.A. Feeding rates of the introduced sea star, Asterias amurensis (Lütken) in Tasmania, details
  • Mah, C.L. Preliminary phylogeny and taxonomic revision of the Brisingida (Asteroidea), details
  • Marion, K.R. et al. Seasonal gonad maturation in Astropecten articulatus from the Northern Gulf of Mexico, details
  • Mito, T. A PCR survey of Hom/Hox-class homeobox genes in the sea star, Asterina minor, details
  • Moosleitner, H. Is Fromia nodosa (Asteroidea: Ophidiasteridae) from the Maldives another species? details
  • Potton, D.J.; Thorndyke, M.C. Neurohormonal peptide regulation of stomach motility in starfish: in vivo and in vitro studies, details
  • Rowland, C.J. Marginaster littoralis Dartnall, 1970 (Echinodermata, Asteroidea): a case of genetic swamping by an introduced pest? details
  • Stubbs, A.M. Diurnal behavioral cycle of Pisaster giganteus, details
  • Tamplin, J.W.; Stickle, W.B. Effects of temperature, feeding and starvation on Leptasterias epichlora, details
  • Temara, A. et al. Value of Asterias rubens (Asteroidea) in bioindicating heavy metal contamination in naturally-occurring conditions, details
  • Temara, A. et al. Effect of exposure to cadmium on the concentrations of essential metals in Asterias rubens (Asteroidea), details
  • Tosuji, H. Determination of oral-aboral axis in larvae of the starfish Asterina pectinifera, details
  • Van den Spiegel, D. et al. Ultrastructure of ciliated urns in Archaster typicus Müller and Troschel, 1840 (Asteroidea, Echinodermata), details
  • Ventura, C.R.R. et al. Reproduction and food intake in Astropecten cingulatus (Asteroidea: Paxillosida) in the upwelling environment of Cabo Frio (Brazil), details
  • Yakovlev, Y.M. The temperature tolerance of adult sea-stars (Asterias amurensis) in the laboratory, details
  • Clements, L.A.J. et al. Effects of cadmium and zinc on regeneration and behavior in Ophiophragmus filograneus, details
  • Dahm, C. Population ecology of brittle stars inhabiting the Weddell Sea shelf (Antarctica), details
  • Davoult, D. et al. Carbon and nitrogen budget of a dense population of the suspension-feeding ophiuroid Ophiothrix fragilis (Abildgaard) in a macrotidal coastal ecosystem, details
  • De Bremaecker, N. et al. Presence of the SALMFamide neuropeptides S1 and S2 in the brittlestar Amphipholis squamata: immunohistochemical and radioimmunoassay detection, details
  • Dean, J. Stenaster obtusus: Asteroid or ophiuroid? details
  • Deheyn, D. et al. Production of monoclonal antibodies raised against Amphipholis squamata photocytes, details
  • Deheyn, D. et al. A new species of polyclad (Plathelminthes), endosymbiont of the ophiuroid Ophiothrix purpurera, details
  • Deheyn, D. et al. Bioluminescence in Amphipholis squamata: an anti-predator aposematic deterrent function? details
  • Fujita, T. Brooding of the deep-sea brittlestar Amphiophiura penichra (H.L. Clark), details
  • Hendler, G. Implications of the remarkable ontogenetic changes in some deep-sea brittle stars, details
  • Irimura, S. Forms of ophiuroid disk granules and their taxonomic significance, details
  • Ishida, Y. et al. Paleo-environment of fossil ophiuroids from the Plio-Pleistocene Hijikata Formation of the Kakegawa Group, Shizuoka Prefecture, Central Japan, details
  • Jagt, J.W.M.; Kutscher, M. Late Cretaceous ophiuroids from Germany and the Netherlands: an update, details
  • Lamont, P.A.; Gage, J.D. Dense brittle star population on the Scottish continental slope, details
  • Makra, A.; Keegan, B.F. Microdistribution within a population of Acrocnida brachiata (Montagu), (Echinodermata: Ophiuroidea) on the west coast of Ireland, details
  • Mallefet, J. et al. Evidence for a calcium requirement in Amphipholis squamata (Ophiuroidea) luminescence, details
  • Marsh, L.M. Hitch-hiking ophiuroids, details
  • McCormack, G.P. et al. The use of RAPD (random amplified polymorphic DNA) analysis in genetic studies of brittle stars (Echinodermata: Ophiuroidea), details
  • Medeiros-Bergen, D.E. et al. Identification of ophiuroid post-larvae mitochondrial DNA, details
  • Newton, L.C.; McKenzie, J.D. Development and evaluation of echinoderm pollution assays, details
  • Nilsson, H.C. Effects of hypoxia and organic enrichment on growth of the brittle stars Amphiura filiformis and Amphiura chiajei, details
  • Pearse, V.B. et al. An accessible population of Ophiocanops, off NE Sulawesi, Indonesia, details
  • Piepenburg, D. Brittle stars assemblages on Arctic shelves: distribution, composition and significance in benthic systems, details
  • Selvakumaraswamy, P.; Byrne, M. A vitellaria with a reduced ophiomouteal skeleton, details
  • Smirnov, I. The relationship between type of development and type of distribution of polar brittle-stars, details
  • Smirnov, I. et al. Creation of computer picture identification key for the Arctic ophiuroids, details
  • Smirnov, I. et al. Polar ophiuroids and their symbiotic relations, details
  • Stancyk, S.E. et al. Predation behavior on swimming organisms by Ophiura sarsii, details
  • Stewart, B. Induced spawning and ovulation in the phrynophiurid, Astrobrachion constrictum, details
  • Stewart, B.G.; Mladenov, P.V. Population structure, growth and recruitment of the euryalinid snake star Astrobrachion constrictum (Echinodermata: Ophiuroidea) in Doubtful Sound, Fiordland, NZ, details
  • Bradbury, A. et al. Stock assessment of the sea cucumber Parastichopus californicus in Washington, details
  • Byrne, M. Ultrastructure of autotomy and catch connective tissue regions of the integument of Eupentacta quinquesemita (Holothuroidea), details
  • Castro, L.R.S. Review of recent developments in the Baja California, Mexico Isostichopus fuscus, Holothuria impatiens and Parastichopus parvimensis fisheries, details
  • García-Arrarás, J.E. et al. Cellular events during intestinal regeneration in Holothuria glaberrima: analysis using monoclonal antibodies, details
  • Gebruk, A.V. Spicule changes during somatic growth in holothurians, details
  • Gudimova, E.N.; Levin, V.S. Taxonomic relationship between, Cucumaria frondosa and C. japonica (Dendrochirotida, Cucumariidae), details
  • Hadel, V.F. et al. Reproduction and development of the apodous holothurian Chiridota rotifera (Pourtalčs, 1851), in the laboratory, details
  • Kashenko, S.D. Effect of acclimation to desalination of the sea cucumber Stichopus japonicus (Echinodermata: Holothuroidea) during the prespawning period on adaptability of different development stages, details
  • Kashenko, S.D. Effect of temperature and salinity on the development of holothurians, details
  • Klinger, T.S.; Johnson, C.R. Spatial and temporal distribution of feeding of Aspidochirotida (Holothuroidea) on Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, details
  • Lambert, Ph. A taxonomic review of five northeastern Pacific sea cucumbers (Holothuroidea), details
  • Martinez, P.C. et al. Population and reproductive biology of the sea cucumber Isostichopus fuscus in the Galápagos Islands, details
  • Martinez, P.C.; Richmond, R.H. Effect of diet on growth and larval development of the sea cucumber Holothuria nobilis in Guam, details
  • Mladenov, Ph.V.; Campbell, A. Resource evaluation of the sea cucumber, Stichopus mollis, in the environmentally sensitive Fiordland region of New Zealand, details
  • Oganesyan, S.A.; Grigorjev, G.V. Reproductive cycle of the holothuroid Cucumaria frondosa in the Barents Sea, details
  • O'Loughlin, P.M. Elasipod holothurians from the continental slope of Australia, details
  • Pérez-Plascencia, G. Growth and reproduction of the commercial sea cucumber Parastichopus parvimensis in Baja California, Mexico, details
  • Pomory, C.M. et al. Characteristics of a population of Holothuria floridana from Florida, details
  • Rodríguez-Milliet, E.; Pauls, S.M. Sea cucumbers fisheries in Venezuela, details
  • Smirnov, A.V. On the classification of the apodid holothurians, details
  • Smith, A. et al. The simulated deep-sea holothurian, details
  • Solis-Marin, F.A. et al. New records of the lagoon reef holothurians of Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo, Mexico, details
  • Szulgit, G.K.; Shadwick, R.E. Determining the nature of stiffness alteration in holothurian dermis using dynamic mechanical analysis, details
  • Thandar, A.S. A new dendrochirote holothuroid from deep waters of the west coast of South Africa, details
  • Thandar, A.S. Composition, distribution and probable origin of the Southern African holothuroid echinoderms, details
  • Thurmond, F.A. et al. Microfibrils from sea cucumber dermis belong to the fibrillin family and their long-range elasticity is a crucial component of mutable collagenous tissues, details
  • Trotter, J.A. et al. Non-collagenous proteins modulate the stiffness of sea cucumber dermis in vivo and interactions between isolated collagen fibrils in vitro, details
  • Uthicke, S. Respiration of Holothuria (Halodeima) atra, Holothuria (Halodeima) edulis and Stichopus chloronotus: intact individuals and products of asexual reproduction, details
  • Woodby, D.A.; Larson, R.C. Response of sea cucumber populations to a conservative harvest strategy in southeast Alaska, USA, details
  • Xing, J.; Chia, F.-S. Phagocytosis of sea cucumber amoebocytes: a flow cytometric study, details
  • Ali, M.S.M. Some Miocene Scutellina (Echinoidea, Echinodermata), from the northern Western Desert, Egypt: a preliminary study, details
  • Arakaki, Y. et al. Comparison between Echinometra species from Mauritius and Okinawa, details
  • Balch, T.; Scheibling, R.E. Settlement and recruitment of echinoderms in kelp beds and sea urchin-dominated barren grounds in Nova Scotia, details
  • Balch, T. et al. Variation in settlement of Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis in the northwest Atlantic: effects of spatial scale and sampling method, details
  • Basch, L.V.; Tegner, M.J. Reproductive ecology of sea urchins, Strongylocentrotus purpuratus, at contrasting intertidal and subtidal environments, details
  • Bazhin, A.G. The sea urchin genus Strongylocentrotus in the seas of Russia: taxonomy and ranges, details
  • Beer, A.-J. et al. Studies on the developing nervous system of Psammechinus miliaris, details
  • Bentley, A.C. Reproductive cycle and gonadal histology of Echinodiscus bisperforatus along the southern coast of South Africa, details
  • Beyer, D. et al. Both photoperiod and diet influence resource partitioning between somatic and gonad growth in sea urchins, Strongylocentrotus franciscanus, details
  • Biermann, C.H. Population genetic structure and the evolution of reproductive isolation in strongylocentrotid sea urchins, details
  • Borzone, C.A.; Tavares, Y.A.G. Morphometric variations of Mellita quinquiesperforata (Leske, 1778) in different sandy beach environments, details
  • Borzone, C.A. et al. Beach morphodynamics and distribution of Mellita quinquiesperforata (Leske, 1778) on sandy beaches of southern Brazil, details
  • Böttger, S.A.; Klinger, T.S. Responses of Arbacia punctulata (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) to stress induced by elevated phosphate levels, details
  • Burch, B.L.; Burch, T.A. Observations on Chaetodiadema pallidum in the Hawaiian Archipelago, details
  • Byrne, M.; Siegel, R.K. Comparison of vitellogenesis in the oligolecithal eggs of Heliocidaris tuberculata and the macrolecithal eggs of H. erythrogramma (Echinoidea), details
  • Campbell, A.C.; Savill, B.L. Regeneration of pedicellariae in Psammechinus miliaris (Gmelin), details
  • Chen, C.-P.; Chao, C.-M. Reduction of growth rate as the major process in the miniaturization of the sand dollar, Sinaechinocyamus mai, details
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