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Ebert T.A. (1967) Negative growth and longevity in the purple sea urchin Strongylocentrotus purpuratus (Stimpson). Science, 157(3788):557-558.

 

Ebert T.A. (1968) Growth rates of the sea urchin Strongylocentrotus purpuratus related to food availability and spine abrasion. Ecology, 49:1075-1091.

 

Ebert T.A. (1975) Growth and mortality of post-larval echinoids. Amer. Zool., 15:755-775.

 

Ebert T.A. & DEXTER D.M. (1975) A natural history study of Encope grandis and Mellita grantii, two sand dollars in the northern Gulf of California, Mexico. Mar. Biol., 32:397-407.

 

Ebert T.A. (1977) An experimental analysis of sea urchin dynamics and community interactions on a rock jetty. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol., 27:1-22.

 

Ebert T.A. (1980) Relative growth of sea urchin jaws: an example of plastic response allocation. Bull. Mar. Sci., 30(2):467-474.

 

Ebert T.A. (1982) Longevity, life history, and relative body wall size in sea urchins. Ecol. Monographs, 52(4):353-394.

 

Ebert T.A. (1983) Recruitment in echinoderms. In: M. Jangoux & J.M. Lawrence (eds). Echinoderm studies , vol. 1. Balkema, Rotterdam. Pp. 169-203.

 

Ebert T.A. (1986) A new theory to explain the origin of growth lines in sea urchin spines. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 34:197-199.

 

Ebert T.A. (1988) Calibration of natural growth lines in ossicles of two sea urchins, Strongylocentrotus purpuratus and Echinometra mathaei, using tetracycline. In: R.D. Burke, P.V. Miadenov, P. Lambert, R.L. Parsley (eds). Echinoderm biology. Balkema, Rotterdam. Pp. 435-443.

 

Ebert T.A. (1988) Allometry, design and constraint of body components and of shape in sea urchins. J. Nat. Hist., 22:1407-1425.

 

Ebert T.A. & RUSSEL M.P. (1992) Growth and mortality estimates for red sea urchin Strongylocentrotus franciscanus from San Nicolas Island, California. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 81:31-41.

 

Ebert T.A. &, RUSSEL M.P. (1993) Growth and mortality of subtidal red sea urchins (Strongylocentrotus franciscanus) at San Nicolas Island, California, USA: problems with models. Mar. Biol., 117:79-89.

 

Ebert T.A. (1994) Allometry and model II non-linear regression. J. Theo. Biol., 168:367-372.

EBERT T.A. (1998) An analysis of the importance of Allee effects in management of the red sea urchin Strongylocentrotus franciscanus. pp 619-627 In: R. Mooi and M. Telford [eds.] Echinoderms: San Francisco. Proceedings, 9th International

Eckelbarger K. J., Young C.M. & Cameron J.L. (1989) Modified sperm in echinoderms from the bathyal and abyssal zones in the deep sea. Pp. 67-74 in J. S. Ryland and P. A. Tyier, eds. Re­production, genetics and distributions of marine organisms. 01" sen and Olsen, Fredensborg, Denmark.

ELLERS O. & TELFORD M. (1996) Advancement mechanics of growing teeth in sand dollars (Echinodermata, Echinoidea): a role for mutable collagenous tissue. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B 263, p.39-44.

ELLERS O. & TELFORD M. (1997) Muscles advance the teeth in sand dollars and other sea urchins. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B 264, p.1525-1530.

Ellington W.R. & Lawrence J.M.. (1973) Malic and lactic dehydrogenase activities and ratios in regular and irregular echinoids. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 45B: 727-730.

EMLET R.B. (1985) Crystal axes in recent and fossil echinoids indicate trophic mode in larval development. Science 230, 937-940.

EMLET R.B. (1986) Facultative planktotrophy in the tropical echinoid Clypeaster rosaceus (Linnaeus) and a comparison with obligate planktotrophy in Clypeaster subdepressus (Gray) (Clypeasteroida: Echinoidea). J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 95, 183-202.

EMLET R.B., McEDWARD L.B. & STRATHMANN R.R. (1987) Echinoderm larval ecology viewed from ghe egg. p.55-136 in Echinoderm Studies, vol.2, JANGOUX M. & LAWRENCE J.M. eds, Balkema, Rotterdam.

EMLET R.B. (1988) Crystallographic axes of echinoid genital plates reflect larval form: some Phylogenetic implications. In: Paul, C.R.C., Smith, A.B. (Eds.), Echinoderm Phylogeny and Evolu­tionary Biology. Clarendon, Oxford, pp. 299-310.

EMLET R.B. (1989) Apical skeletons of sea urchins (Echinodermata: Echinoidea): two methods for inferring mode of larval develop­ment. Paleobiology 15, 223-254.

EMLET R.B. (1990) World patterns of developmental mode in echinoid echinoderms. In: Hosht, M., Yamashita, 0. (Eds.), Advances in Invertebrate Reproduction 5. Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 329-335.

EMLET R.B. (1994) Body form and patterns of ciliation in non feeding larvae of echinoderms : functional solutions to swimming in plankton ? Am. Zool., 34, p.570-585.

EMLET R.B. (1995) Developmental mode and species geographic range in regular sea urchins (Echinodermata: Echinoidea). Evolution 49, 476-489.

EMLET R.B. (1995) Larval spicules, cilia, and symmetry as remnants of indirect development in the direct developing sea urchin Heliocidaris erythrogramma. Dev. Biol. 167, 405-415.

EMLET R.B., HOEGH-GULDBERG 0. (1997) Effects of egg size on postlarval performance: experimental evidence from a sea urchin. Evolution 51, 141-152.

ETTENSOHN C.A. (1984) Primary invagination of the vegetal plate during sea urchin gastrulation. Am. Zool. 24:571-588.

ETTENSOHN C.A. (1984) An analysis of invagination during sea urchin gastrulation. Ph.D. Diss. Yale Univer­sity, New Haven, CT.

ETTENSOHN C.A. (1985) Gastrulation in the sea urchin embryo is accompanied by the rearrangement of invaginating epithelial cells. Dev. Biol. 112:383-390.

EVDOKIMOV V.V. & KHOMYAK S.A. (2000) Cyclic changes in the sea urchins Strongylocentrotus intermedius gonads and its fertility in the Sea of Japan coastal communities. Journal of TINTO udk.639, 53-639.54.

EVDOKIMOV V.V., BITYUKOVA I.V.& EVDOKIMOV A.B. (2000) Influence of monochromatic light through filters 3C2 and KC-11 on the sea urchins Strongylocentrotus nudus. Journal of Morphology.