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HARDIN J. (1989) Local shifts in position and polarized motility drive cell rearrangement during sea urchin gastrulation. Dev. Biol. 136:430-445.

HANSEN H.J. (1902) Echinocheres globosus, n. gen., n. sp., a Copepod parasitic in spines of an Echinothurid. Videnskabelige Meddelelser fra den Naturhistoriske Forening i Kjobenhavn, ser.6, 4, p.437-449.

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HARDIN J. & McCLAY D.R. (1990) Target rec­ognition by the archenteron during sea urchin gas­trulation. Dev. Biol. 142:86-102.

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HART M.W. (1996) Evolutionary loss of larval feeding : development, form, and function in a facultatively feeding larva, Brisaster latifrons. Evolution, 50, p.174-187.

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HENRY J.J. & RAFF R.A. (1990) Evolutionary changes in the mechanisms of dorso ventral fate de­termination in the direct developing sea urchin Heliocidaris erythrogramma. Dev. Biol. 141:55-69.

Henry J.J., Wray G.A. & Raff R.A.. (1991) Mechanism of an alternate type of echinoderm blastula formation: the wrinkled blastula of the sea urchin Heliocidaris erythrogramma. Dev. Growth Differ. 33:317-328.

HERRERA J.C., McWEENEY S.K. & McEDWARD L.R. (1996) Diversity of energetic strategies among echinoid larvae and the transition from feeding to non feeding development. Oceanologica Acta, 19, p.313.-321.

Hidaka M. & Takahashi K. (1983) Fine structure and mechanical properties of the catch apparatus of the sea-urchin spine, a collagenous connective tissue with muscle-like holding capacity. J. Exp. Biol. 103 : 1-14.

HIGGINS R.C. (1974) Specific status of Echinocardium cordatum, E. australe and E. zealandicum (Echinoidea: Spatangoida) around New Zealand, with comments on the relation of morphological variation to environment. Journal of Zoology, 173 (4). 451-475.

HIGHSMITH R.C. (1982) Induced settlement and metamorphosis of sand dollar (Dendraster excentricus) larvae in predator-free sites : adult sand dollar beds. Ecology, 63, p.329.337.

HIGHSMITH R.C. (1985) Floating and algal rafting as potential dispersal mechanisms in grooding marine invertebrates. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 25, p.169-176

HIMMELMAN J. H. (1986) Population biology of green sea-urchins on rocky barrens. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 33:295-306.

Hirohashi N. & Vacquier V.D. (2002) Egg fucose sulfate polymer, sialoglycan, and speract all trigger the sea urchin sperm acrosome reaction. Biochem. Biophys. Ffes. Commun. 296, 833-839.

Hirohashi N. & Vacquier V.D.(2002) High molecular mass egg fucose sulfate polymer is required for opening both Ca2+ channels involved in triggering the sea urchin sperm acrosome reaction, J. Biol. Chem. 277 : 1182-1189.

Hirohashi N.& Vacquier V.D.(2002) Egg sialoglycans increase intracellular pH and potentiate the acrosome reaction of sea urchin sperm, J. Biol. Chem. 277 8041-8047.

HIROHASHI N. & VACQUIER D. (2003) Store-operated calcium channels trigger exocytosis of the sea urchin sperm acrosomal vesicle. Biochem. & Biophys. Res. Communications 304 (2003) 285-292. Ж

Hinegardner R.T. (1969) Growth and development of the laboratory cultured sea urchin. Biol. Bull., 137:465-475.

Hoegh-Guldberg 0. & EmLet R.B. (1997) Energy use during the development of a lecithotrophic and a planktonic echinoid. Biol. Bull. 192:27-40.

HOLLERTZ K., SKÖLD M. & ROSENBERG R. (1998) Interactions between two deposit feeding echinoderms; the heart-urchin Brissopsis lyrifera (Forbes) and the brittle-star Amphiura chiajei (Forbes). Hydrobiologia 375/376, p.287-295.

HOOD S. & MOOI R. (1998) Phylogenetics and taxonomy of Brisaster, a genus of deep water schizasterid spatangoids. P. 681-686 In: R. Mooi & M. Telford (eds), "Echinoderms: San Francisco. Proceedings of the 9th International Echinoderm Conference", Balkema, Rotterdam. 923 p.

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Hunter I.G. (1977) Sediment production by Diadema antillarum on a Barbados fringing reef. Proceedings Third International Coral Reef Symposium 2, 105-109.

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