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SASTRY D.R.K. (1996) Observations on the distribution of the echinoid Stomopneustes variolaris (Lamarck) along the Visakhapatnam Coast, India. J. Andaman Sci. Assoc. 12, p.26-30.

SASTRY D.R.K. (1997) Sexual maturity of Stomopneustes variolaris at Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh. Geobios new Reports, 16, p.147-148.

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SCHOPPE S. & WERDING B. (1996) The boreholes of the sea urchin genus Echinometra (Echinodermata: Echinoidea: Echinometridae) as a microhabitat in tropical South America. - P.S.Z.N.I: Marine Ecology, 17, (1-3), p.181-186.

SCHROETER S. C. (1978) Experimental studies of competition as a factor affecting the distribution and abundance of purple sea urchins, Strongylocentrotus purpuratus (Stimpson). Ph.D. diss., University of California, Santa Barbara.

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SchuLz J.R., Wessel G.M. & Vacquier V.D.(1997) The exocytosis regu­latory proteins syntaxin and VAMP are shed from sea urchin sperm during the acrosome reaction, Dev. Biol. 191 : 80-87.

SchuLz J.R., Sasaki J.D. & Vacquier V.D. (1998) Increased association of synaptosome-associated protein of 25kDa with syntaxin and vesicle-associated membrane protein following acrosomal exocy­tosis of sea urchin sperm, J. Biol. Chem. 273 : 24355-24359.

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Sime A.A.T. Cranmer & G.J. (1985) Age and growth of North Sea echinoids. J. Mar. Biol. Ass. U.K., 65:583-588.

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Smith A.B. (1978) A functional classification of the coronal pores of regular echinoids. Palaeontology 21: 759-789.

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SMITH A.B. (1988) Phylogenetic relationship, divergence times, and rates of molecular evolution for Camarodont sea urchin. Mol. Biol. Evol., 5, p.345-365.

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SMITH A.B., LAFAY B. & CHRISTEN R. (1992) Comparative variation of morphological and molecular evolution through geologic time : 28s ribosomal RNA versus morphology in echinoids. Philos. Trans. R. Soc. Lond., B, 338, p.365-382.

SMITH A.B., LITTLEWOOD D.T.J. & WRAY G.A. (1995) Comparing patterns of evolution : larval and adult life history stages and ribosomal RNA of post-paleozoic echinoids. Philos. Trans. R. Soc. London, B, 349, p.11-18.

SMITH A.B., LITTLEWOOD D.T.J. & WRAY G.A. (1996) Comparative evolution of larval and adult life-history stages and ribosomal RNA amongst post-paleozoic echinoids. p.234-254 in New Uses for New Phylogenies, HARVEY P.H., BROWN A.J.L., SMITH J.M. & NEE S. eds, Oxford University Press, Oxford.

SMITH A.B. (1997) Echinoderm larvae and phylogeny. Ann. Rev. Ecol. Syst. 28:219-241.

SMITH A.B. & LITTLEWOOD D.T.J. (1997) Molecular and morphological evolution during the post-paleozoic diversifiaction of echinoids. p.559-583 in Molecular Evolution and Adaptive radiation, GIVNISH T.J. & SYSTSMA K.J. eds, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

SMITH A.B. & STOCKLEY B. (2005) Fasciole pathways in spatangoid echinoids : a new source of phylogenetically informative characters. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 144.

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Spirlet Ch. (1999) Biologie de 1'oursin comestible (Paracentrotus lividus): controle du cycle reproducteur et optimalisation de la phase de remplissage gonadique. PhD Thesis, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium.

 

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Spirlet Ch., Grosjean Ph. & Jangoux M. (2001) Cultivation of Paracentrotus lividus (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) fed extruded feeds: digestion efficiency, somatic production and gonadal growth. Aqua. Nutr., 7(2):91-99.

 

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