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MADON-SENEZ C. (1999) Plate pattern of echinoids tests : architectural extensions of the labrum and of the sternal plates in recent antarctic Schizasterids (Spatangoida). In 5th European Conference on Echinoderms (Echinoderm Research 1998). Daniela Candia Carnevali & Bonasoro Ed., Balkema, Rotterdam, Netherlands, p.321-325.Ж

MADON-SENEZ C. & DAVID B. (2001) Morphological variabilith within the echinoid species Abatus cordatus (Spatangoida, Schizasteridae) from the Kerguelen Archipelago. Echinoderms 2000, Barker ed., p.202-508, fig.1-3.Ж

MADON-SENEZ C. (2002) A new species of marsupiate Antarctic echinoid ; Amphipneustes davidi (Echinodermata, Spatangoida, Schizasteridae), Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, Washington DC, United States, 115 (1), p.51-56, 3 fig.Ж

MAES P. & JANGOUX M. (1984) The bald-sea-urchin disease : a biopathological approach. Helgoländer Meeresuntersuchungen, 37, p.217-224.

MARKOV A.V. (1990) Postlarval development of some spatangoid sea urchins. Paleontological Journal, 2, p.60-68.

MARKOV A.V. (1991) The most deep-sea representative of the family Schizasteridae (Echinoidea). Zoologeski Zhurnal 70, p.153-155.

MARKOV A.V. & SOLOVJEV A.N. (1995) The adaptations in the superorder Spatangacea (Echinoidea) and their evolutionary role. Journal of General Biology, 56, p.539-553.

MARTENS G.G., SUMMERS R.G., KNOBEL S.M. & MORRIL J.B. (1998) Characterization of involution during sea urchin gastrulation using two-photon excited photorelease confocal microscopy. Microsc. Microanal, 4, p.404-414.

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MATSUOKA N. (1985) Biochemical phylogeny of the sea-urchins of the family Toxopneustidae. Comp. Biochem. Physiol., 80B, p.767-771.

MATSUOKA N. (1986) Further immunological study on the phylogenetic relationships among sea-urchins of the order Echinoida. Comp. Biochem. Physiol., 84B, p.465-468.

MATSUOKA N. (1987) Biochemical study on the taxonomic situation of the sea-urchin Pseudocentrotus depressus. Zool. Sci., 4, p.339-347.

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MAZUR J.E. & MILLER J.W. (1971) A description of the complete metamorphosis of the sea urchin Lytechinus variegatus cultured in synthetic sea water. Ohio Journal of Science, 71, p.30-36.

Mc BRIDE E.W. (1903) The development of Echinus esculentus, together with some points on the development of E. miliaris and E. acutus. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. London, Ser B 195, 285-330.

McBRIDE S.C., PINNIX W.D., LAWRENCE J.M., LAWRENCE A.L.  & MULLIGAN T.J. (1997) The effect of temperature on production of gonads by the sea urchin Strongylocentrotus franciscanus fed natural & prepared diets. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society. 28, (4), p.357-369.

McBRIDE S.C., LAWRENCE J.M., LAWRENCE A.L. & MULLIGAN T.J. (1998) The effect of protein concentration in prepared feeds on growth, feeding rate, total organic absorption, and gross assimilation efficiency of the sea urchin Strongylocentrotus franciscanus. J. Shellfish Res. 17, p.1563-1570.

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McCLARY D. & BARKER M. (1998) Reproductive isolation ? Interannual variability in the timing of reproduction in sympatric sea urchins, genus Pseudechinus. Invert. Biol., 117, p.75-73.

McCLAY D.R., CANNON G.W., WESSEL G.M., FINK R.D. & MARCHASE R.B. (1983) Patterns of antigenic expression in early sea urchin development, pp. 157-169. In W. Jefferies and R. A. Raff (eds.). Time, Space, and Pattern in Embryonic De­velopment. Liss, N.Y.

McEDWARD L.R. (1985) Effects of temperature on the body form, growth, electron transport system activity, and development rate of an echinopluteus. Journ. of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 93, p.169-181.

McEDWARD L.R. (1986) Comparative morphometrics of echinoderm larvae. II. Larval size, shape, growth, and the scaling of feeding and metaolism in echinoplutei. Journ. of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 96, p.267-286.

McKINNEY M.L. (1984) Allometry and heterochrony in an Eocene echinoid lineage: Morphological change as a by-product of size selection. Paleobiology 10:407-419.

McMILLAN W.0., RAFF R.A. & PALUMBI S.R. (1992) Population genetic consequences of developmental evolution in sea urchins (genus Heliocidaris). Evolution 46:1299-1312.

McNAMARA K.J. & PHILIP G.M. (1980) Austra­lian Tertiary schizasterid echinoids. Alcheringa 4:47-65.

McNAMARA K.J. (1982) Taxonomy and evolution of living species of Breynia (Echinoidea: Spatan-goida) from Australia. Rec. West. Aust. Mus. 10:167-197.

McNAMARA K.J. (1984) Taxonomy and evolution of the Cenozoic spatangoid echinoid Protenaster. Paleontology 28:311-330.

McNAMARA K.J. (1986) A guide to the nomenclature of het­erochrony. J. Paleontol. 60:4-13.

McPherson B.F. (1965) Contributions to the biology of the sea urchin Tripneustes ventricosus. Bull. Mar. Sci., 15(1):228-244.

McPHERSON B.F. (1968) Contributions to the biology of the sea urchin Eucidaris tribuloides (Lamarck). Bull. of Marine Science, 18, p.400-443.

Meidel S.K. & Scheibling R.E. (1998) Size and age structure of the sea urchin Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis in different habitats. In: R. Moot & M. Telford (eds). Echinoderms: San Francisco. Balkema, Rotterdam. Pp.737-742.

 

MEIJERE (de) J.C.H. (1902) Vorläufige Beschreibung der neuen, durch die Siboga-Expedition gesammelten Echiniden. Tijdschrift van de Nederlansche Dierkundige Vereeniging Leiden (2) 8, p.1-16.

Mengerink K.J. & Vacquier V.D. (2002) An ATP-binding cassette transporter is a major glycoprotein of sea urchin sperm membranes. J. Biol. Chem. 277, 40 729-40 734.

Mengerink K.J., Moy G.W, & Vacquier V.D. (2002) suREJ3, a polycystic-1 protein, is cleaved at the GPS domain and localizes to the acrosomal region of sea urchin sperm. J. Biol. Chem. 277, 943-948.

MESPOULHE P. & DAVID B. (1992) Stratégie de croissance d'un oursin subantarctique : Abatus cordatus des Iles Kerguelen. C.R. Acad. Sci. Paris, 314 (3), p.205-211.

MESPOULHE P. (1992) Morphologie d'un échinide irrégulier subantarctique de l'archipel des Kerguelen : ontogenèse, dimorphisme sexuel et variabilité. Thèse Univ. Bourgogne, Dijon, France, 185 p. (ined.)

MESSOPS H.A., KESSING B.D., WELLINGTON G.M. & GRAYBEAL A. (1996) Indo-Pacific echinoids in the tropical east Pacific. Coral Reefs, 15, p.133-142.

METZ E.C., KANE R.E., YANAGIMACHI H. & PALUMBI S.R. (1994) Fertilization between closely related sea urchins is blocked by incompatibilities during sperm-egg attachment and early stages of fusion. Biol. Bull., 187, p.23-34.

METZ E.C., GOMEZ GUTIEREZ G. & VACQUIER V.D. (1998) Mitochondrial DNA and bindin gene sequence evolution among allopatric species of the sea urchin genus Arbacia. Mol. Biol. Evol., 15, p.185-195.

Michel H.B. (1984) Culture of Lytechinus variegatus (Lamarck) (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) from egg to young adult. Bull. Mar. Sci., 34(2):312-314.

 

Middleton D.A.J., Gumey S.C. & Gage J.D. (1998) Growth and energy allocation in the deep-sea urchin Echinus affinis. Biol. J. Lin. Soc., 64:315-336.

MILLER B.A. & EMLET R.B. (1997) Influence of nearshore hydrodynamics on larval abundance and settlement of sea urchins Strongylocentrotus franciscanus and S. purpuratus in the oregon upwelling zone. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 148, p.83-94.

MINOR J.E., FROMSON D.R., BRITTEN R.J. & DAVIDSON E.H. (1991) Comparison of the bindin proteins of Stronglylocentrotus franciscanus, S. purpuratus and Lytechinus variegatus : sequences involved in the species specificity of fertilization. Mol. Biol. Evol., 8, p.781-795.

MIRONOV A.N. (1973) New deep-sea echinoid species of the genus Echinocrepis and distribution patterns of the family Pouralesiidae (Echinoidea, Merodosternina). Transactions of the PP Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, 91, p.240-247.

MIRONOV A.N. (1974) The most deep-sea species of sea urchins (Echinoidea, Pourtalesiidae). Zoologicheskii Zhurnal, 57, p.721-726.

MIRONOV A.N. (1974) Pourtalesiid sea urchins of the Antarctic and Subantarctic (Echinoidea : Pourtalesiidae). Transactions of the PP Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, 98, p.240-252.

MIRONOV A.N. (1976) Deep-sea urchins of the Northern Pacific. Transactions of the PP Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, 103, p.282-288.

MIRONOV A.N. (1978) Meridosternin echinoids (Echinoidea, Meridosternina) collected during the 16th Cruise of the R/V DM Mendeleyev. Transactions of the PP Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, 113, p.208-226.

MIRONOV A.N. (1996) Holasteroid echinoids. 3. Helgocystis and a new genus Rictocystis. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal, 15, p.1109-1119.

MIRONOV A.N. (1997) Holasteroid sea urchins. 4. Echinosigra. Zoologichesky Zhurnal, 76, (2), p.173-186.

MITROVIF-PETROVIF J. (1999) Cidarida fossilized with spines from Barremian-Aptian rocks of Stara Planina, Eastern Serbia, p.123-133, Belbrade 1998.

MITROVIF-PETROVIF J. (2000) Fossil Echinoidea of Serbia. Bull. Mus. Hist. Nat., ser. Geol. B.A., 47-50, 17-27, Belgrade 1992-98.

MLADENOV P.V., ALLIBONE R.M. & WALLIS G.P. (1997) Genetic differentiation in the New Zealand sea urchin, Evechinus chloroticus (Echinodermata: Echinoidea). New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 31, p.261-269.

MOOI R. (1987) A cladistic analysis of the sand dollars (Clypeasteroida : Scutellina) and the interpretation of heterochronic phenomenona. PhD diss. University of Toronto.

Mooi R. (1989) Living and fossil genera of the Clypeasteroida (Echinoidea: Echinodermata): an illustrated key and annotated checklist. Smithson. Contrib. Zool. 488: 1-51.

MOOI R. & DAVID B. (1993) Ontogeny and origin of the brooding system in Antarctic urechinid sea urchins (Holasteroida). Zoomorphology, 113, p.69-78.

MOOI R., DAVID B. & MARCHAND D. (1994) Echinoderm skeletal homologies : classical morphology meets modern phylogenetics. In : DAVID B., GUILLE A., FERAL J.-P., ROUX M., eds. Echinoderms through time (Echinoderms Dijon). Rotterdam, Balkema, p.87-95.

MOOI R. & al. (1994) Echinoderm skeletal homologies : classical morphology meets modern phylogenetics. in DAVID B. et al. (eds), Echinoderms through Time (Echinoderms Dijon), p.87-95, rotterdam, Balkema.

MOOI R. & DAVID B. (1996) Phylogenetic analysis of extreme morphologies : deep-sea holasteroid echinoids. Journal of Natural History, 30, p.913-953.

MOOI R. & DAVID B. (1997) Skeletal homologies of echinoderms. The Paleontological Society Papers, 3, p.305-335.

MOOI R. & DAVID B. (1998) Evolution within a bizarre phylum: Homologies of the first echinoderms. American Zoologist, 38, p.965-974.

MOOI R.  & DAVID B. (1993) Ontogeny and origin of the brooding system in Antarctic urechinid sea urchins (Holasteroida). Zoomorphology, 113, p.69-78.

MOOI R.  & DAVID B. (1996) Phylogenetic analysis of extreme morphologies : deep-sea holasteroid echinoids. Journal of Natural History, 30, p.913-953.

MOOI R.  & DAVID B. (1997) Skeletal homologies of echinoderms. in WATERS J.A. & MAPLES C.G. (eds), Geobiology of echinoderms, Paleont. Soc. Papers, 3, p.305-335.

MOOI R. (1997) Sand dollars of the genus Dendraster (Echinoidea: Clypeasteroida): phylogenetic systematics, heterochrony, and distribution of living species. Bulletin of Marine Science, 61, (2), p.343-357.

MOOI R., MARTINEZ S.A. & PARMA S.G. (1998) Phylogenetic systematics of fossil Monophorasterid sand dollars (Clypeasteroida:Echinoidea) from South America. VII Congreso Argentino de Paleontología y Bioestratigrafía, Bahia Blanca 4-9 de octubre de (1998). Resmenes: 48.

MOOI R., ROWE F.W.E. & DAVID B. (1998) Application of a theory of axial and extraxial skeletal homologies to concentricycloid morphology. P. 61-62 In: R. Mooi & M. Telford (eds), "Echinoderms: San Francisco. Proceedings of the 9th International Echinoderm Conference", Balkema, Rotterdam. 923 p.

MOOI R.  & DAVID B. (1998) Evolution within a bizarre phylum : Homologies of the first echinoderms. Amer. Zool., 38, p.965-974.

MOOI R. (1988) The origin and evolution of Aristotle's lantern in the Clypeasteroids, p. 806 (Abstract). In R. Burke, P. Miadenov, P. Lambert, and R. Pars­ley (eds.). Proceedings of the Sixth International Echinoderm Conference. Balkema, Amsterdam, Neth.

MOOI R. (1998) Tininess in Clypeasteroids: The Phy­logenetic and functional implications of being small, p. 806 (Abstract). In R. Burke, P. Miadenov, P. Lambert, and R. Parsley (eds.). Proceedings of the Sixth International Echinoderm Conference. Bal-kema, Amsterdam, Neth.

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MORRIS V.B., BRAMMALL J., FROMMER M. & BYRNE M. (1997) Hox-type and non-Hox homeobox gene sequences in genomic DNA of the sea urchin Holopneustes purpurescens. Gene 201, p.107-110.

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