Echinus esculentus


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Synonyms for Echinus esculentus

a sea urchin that can be eaten

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The nucleotide sequences of Echinus esculentus and the putative hybrid were identical, except for a single substitution (A-G) at position 103 (a third position in a serine codon), which did not affect the aminoacid sequence.
Three of the four restriction enzymes (Alu I, Ava I, Rsa I) cut the Echinus esculentus and hybrid 28S PCR products into identical-sized fragments that were different from the fragments produced by cutting the Ascidia mentula PCR product (Fig.
On the occurrence of Echinus esculentus on the foreshore in the British Isles.
The spawning of Echinus esculentus and some changes in gonad composition.
6 X Kruskal-Wallis, Dunn's tests; histology How spawning was assessed Species Location Direct observation Diadema setosum Suez, Egypt Extrusion of ripe Psammechinus miliaris Keppel, Millport, ova; appearance of Echinus esculentus Scotland, Clyde larvae and early Sea juveniles Fertilization trials E.
Acid-base status in the sea urchins Psammechinus miliaris and Echinus esculentus (Echinodermata: Echinoiden) during emersion.
The food canal of the sea-urchin Echinus esculentus L.
Specimens of Asterias rubens, Psammechinus miliaris, and Echinus esculentus were collected from the shore and by dredging from the Isle of Great Cumbrae, Scotland.
2a--c) log-likelihood tests revealed that, with the exception of Asterias rubens (where there was a lack of significant response to coelomic fluid) and Echinus esculentus (where there was a lack of response to stimulusfree water), all three species displayed significant behavioral responses to eight experimental treatment stimuli in the choice chamber (P < 0.
The results show that Asterias rubens, Psammechinus miliaris, and Echinus esculentus generally respond to waterborne stimuli derived from conspecifics (Table 1), being mainly attracted by whole animals, test homogenate, and gametes and mainly repelled by coelomic fluid, gut, and gonad homogenates.
The responses of pedicellariae from Echinus esculentus (L.
a) Asterias rubens; (b) Psanmechinus miliaris; (c) Echinus esculentus.
Natural growth bands and growth variability in the sea urchin Echinus esculentus - results from tetracycline tagging.