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DafNi J. (1992) Growth rate of the sea urchin Tripneustes gratilla elatensis. Israel J. Zool., 38:25-33.

 

DafNi J. & Tobol R. (1987) Population structure patterns of a common Red Sea echinoid (Tripneustes gratilla elatensis). Israel J. Zool., 34:191-204.

dark H.L. (1912) Hawaiian and other Pacific Echini. Memoirs Museum Comp. Zool. Harvard Coll. 34:209-383.

DAVID B. (1985) Significance of architectural patterns in the deep-sea echinoids Pourtalesiidae. in KEEGAN B.F. & O'CONNOR B.D.S. (eds), Echinodermata, p.237-243, Rotterdam, Balkema.

DAVID B. (1987) Dynamics of plate growth in the deep-sea echinoid Pourtalesia miranda Agassiz : a new architectural interpretation. Bull. Mar. Sci., 40 (1), p.29-47.

DAVID B. (1988) Origins of the deep-sea holasteroid fauna. In : PAUL C.R.C. & SMITH A.B. (eds). Echinoderm phylogeny and evolutionary biology. Oxford, Clarendon Press, p.331-346.

DAVID B. (1990) Mosaic pattern of heterochronies : variation and diversity in Pourtalesiidae (deep-sea echinoids). Evol. Biol., 24, (8), p.297-327.

DAVID B. & MOOI R. (1990) An echinoid that gives birth : morphology and systematics of a new Antarctic species, Urechinus mortenseni (Echinodermata, Holasteroida). Zoomorphology, 110, (2), p.75-89.

DAVID B. (1990) Mosaic pattern of heterochronies : variation and diversity in Pourtalesiidae (deep-sea echinoids). Evolutionary Biology, 24, p.297-327.

DAVID B. & MOOI R. (1998) Embryology supports a new theory of skeletal homologies for the phylum Echinodermata. C.R. Acad. Sc. Paris, sér.3, 319, p.577-284.

DAVID B. & MOOI R. (1998) Major events in the evolution of echinoderms viewed by the light of embryology. in MOOI R. & TELFORD M. (eds), Echinoderms San Francisco, p.21-28, Rotterdam, Balkema.

DAVID B. & MOOI R.  (1999) Comprendre les échinodermes : la contribution du modèle extraxial-axial [English title: Contributions of the extraxial-axial theory to understanding the echinoderms]. Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France, 170, (1), p.91-101.

DAVID B. & MOOI R. (1999) Il faut revoir notre conception des échinodermes. Géochronique, 69, p.26-28.

DAVID B. & MOOI R. (2000)  A new species of subantarctic Plexechinus and its phylogenetic position within the Holasteroida (Echinodermata : Echinoidea). Polar Biology, 23, p.166-172.

DAVIDSON E.H., CAMERON R.A. & RANSICK A. (1998) Specification of cell fate in the sea urchin embryo : summary and some proposed mechanisms. Development, 125, p.3269-3290.

DEBENHAM P., BRZEZINSKI M.A. & FOLTZ K.R. (2000) Evaluation of sequence variation and selection in the bindin locus of the red sea urchin, Strongylocentrotus franciscanus. J. Mol. Evol., 51, p.481-490.

DEBENHAM P., BRZEZINSKI M.A., FOLTZ K.R. & GAINES S. (2000) Genetic structure of populations of the red sea urchin, Strongylocentrotus franciscanus. J. Exp. Biol. Ecol., 253, p.49-62.

DE RIDDER C. & JANGOUX M. (1993) the digestive tract of the spatangoid echinoid Echinocardium cordatum (Echinodermata) : morphofunctional study. Acta Zool. (Stockholm), 74, p.337-351.

DE RIDDER C. (1996) Centrostephanus longispinus (Philippi, 1845). In: Background information on invertebrates of the habitats directive and the Bern Convention. Part. III- Mollusca and Echinodermata. Council of Europe, Nature and Environment, 81, p.525-529.

Diab. M. & Gilly W.F. (1984) Mechanical properties and control of non-muscular catch in spine ligaments of the sea-urchin Strongylocentrotus franciscanus. J. Exp. Bioi. 111: 15 5-170.

DINNEL P.A., LINK J.M., STOBER Q.J., LETOURNEAU M.W. & ROBERTS W.E. (1989) Comparative sensivity of sea urchin sperm bioassays to metals and pesticides. Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol, 18, p.748-755.

DÖderlein L. (1885) Seeigel von Japan und den Liu-Kiu-lnseln. Arch. Naturgesch 51: 73-112.

DONOVAN S.K. & COLLINS J.S.H. (1997) Unique preservation of an Echinometra Gray (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) in the Pleistocene of Jamaica. Caribbean Journal of Science, 33, p.123-124.

DONOVAN S.K. (1996) Use of the SEM in interpreting ancient faunas of sea urchins. Microscopy and Analysis (UK edition), No. 54 (July) , p.35.

Duineveld G.C.A. & Jenness M.I. (1984) Differences in growth rates of the sea urchin Echinocardium cordatum as estimated by the parameter CO of the von Bertalanffy equation applied to skeletal rings. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 19:65-72.