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This difference arose because neonate sizes were comparable between treatments, but blastulae from low-scope females were 21% larger than those from high-scope females.
Brisaster latifrons has evolved at least two other characteristics associated with the evolution of nonfeeding larval development: large sperm heads and wrinkled blastulae.
After 24 h, ciliated blastulae had thickened vegetal plates (Fig.
tenuis at 10-13[degrees]C Event Time Fertilization 0 First polar body 30 min First cleavage 2 h 15 min Second cleavage 3 h Third cleavage 3 h 45 min Ciliogenesis 15 h Swimming blastulae 16 h Gastrulation ~24 h Episphere eyespots ~42-48 h Feeding ~70-75 h Telotroch ~16 d First accessory eyespot ~24-30 d Chaetae ~24-30 d Metamorphosis ~35 d After the onset of feeding at 70-75 h, development rate varies substantially among cultures; times recorded are for rapidly developing cultures.
Though absent in some other cidaroid embyros, an apical tuft (83-gm long on a 165-[micro]m-long embryo) first became evident in recently hatched blastulae and persisted through the early two-arm pluteus stage (Figs.
After 3-4 d, embryos developed into round blastulae, and after 5 d they started to become triangular.
A further series of analysis on this batch of blastulae (n = 4) resulted in a mean of 45.
Passing through the same cleavage stages as in other indirect-developing species, Temnopleurus embryos formed blastulae at about 6-7 h after fertilization (Fig.
This pattern of accelerated development continued 22 h after fertilization when 42% of the blastulae at 31.
childressi mussels could be consistently induced via serotonin injection by placing multiple individuals of both sexes together in one container after injection; however, using mussels that were collected in November 2003, we successfully produced a small culture that developed to the hatched blastulae stage by inducing mussels individually and obtaining sperm and eggs separately.
Patterns in early embryonic motility: effects of size and environmental temperature on vertical velocities of sinking and swimming echinoid blastulae.
They found four general patterns of predation: (1) crustacean species ate primarily early embryonic stages, (2) chaetognaths and amphipods ate primarily blastulae and prism larvae, (3) fish species ate plutei and unhatched embryos, and (4) ctenophore species ate few, if any, prey.
3d, 4e); however, divisions were not always synchronous, resulting in blastulae with irregular numbers of cells (Figs.