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Taki J. (1972) A tetracycline labelling observation on growth zones in the test plates of Strongylocentrotus intermedius. Bull. Jap. Soc. Sci. Fish., 38:117-121.

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Tegner M.J. & Dayton P.K. (1977) Sea urchin recruitment patterns and implication of commercial fishing. Science, 196:324-326.


Tegner M.J. & Dayton P.K. (1981) Population structure, recruitment and mortality of two sea urchins (Strongylocentrotus franciscanus and S. purpuratus) in a kelp forest. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 5:255-268.


Tegner M.J. & Levin L.A. (1983) Spiny lobsters and sea urchins: analysis of a predator-prey interaction. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol., 73:125-150.

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TELFORD M. & MOOI R. (1996) Podial particle picking in Cassidulus caribaearum (Echinodermata: Cassiduloida) and the phylogeny of sea urchin feeding mechanisms. Biological Bulletin, 191, p.209-223.

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THORSON G. (1946) Reproduction and larval development of Danish marine bottom invertebrates. Meddelelser fra Kommissionen for Danmarks Fiskeri-og Havunderso-gelser, Serie Plankton, vol. 4, Copenhagen.

THORSON G. (1950) Reproductive and larval ecology of marine bottom invertebrates. Biological Reviews of the Cam­bridge Philosophical Society 25:1-45.

Timey L.G., Kiehart D.P., Sardet C., Tilney M.(1978) Polymerization of actin . IV. Role of Ca2+ and H+ in the assembly of actin and in membrane fusion in the acrosomal reaction of echinoderm sperm, J. Cell Biol. 77 : 536-550.

TIMON-DAVID J. (1934) Recherches sur les Trématodes parasites des Oursins en Méditerranée. Bulletin de l'Institut Océanographique, 652, p.1-16.

TOMMASI L.R. (1999) Echinodermata recentes e fósseis do Brasil. In: BDT - Informação científica -Diversidade de espécies - Fauna - Invertebrados. Campinas: Banco de Dados Tropical.

Trimmer J.S., Trowbridge I.S. & Vacquier V.D. (1985) Mono­clonal antibody to a membrane glycoprotein inhibits the acrosome reaction and associated Ca2+ and H+ fluxes of sea urchin sperm. Cell W, 697-703.

Trotter J.A. & Koob T.J. (1989) Collagen and proteoglycan in a sea-urchîn ligament with mutable mechanical properties. Cell Tissue Res. 258: 527-539.

TSUCHIYA Y., KUDOH S., SATO K. & FUKUCHI M. (2001) Breeding season and early developmental stage of a urchin, Sterechinus neumayeri (Meissner) at Syowa Station, Antarctica. National Inst. of Polar Res., Tokyo, Japan, Antarctic Record, 45, (2), p.157-170.

TURNER R.L. & NORLUND C.M. (1988) Labral morphology in heart urchins of the genus Brissopsis (Echinodermata, Spatangoida), with an illustrated revised key to western atlantic species. Proc. Biol., Soc. Washington 101 (4), p.890-897.

Turon X., Giribet G., Lopez S. & Palacin C. (1995) Growth and population structure of Paracentrotus lividus (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) in two contrasting habitats. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 122:193-204.

TYLER P.A., YOUNG C.M. & CLARKE A. (2000) Temperature and pressure tolerances of embryos and larvae of the Antarctic sea urchin Sterechinus neumayeri (Echinodermata : Echinoidea) : potential for dee-sea invasion from high latitudes. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 192, p.173-180.