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From doliolaria larva to featherstar - the early development of Antedon Von der Doliolaria-Larve zum Haarstern - die fruehe Entwicklung von Antedon






Mikrokosmos. November; 916: 329-334

From doliolaria larva to featherstar - the early development of Antedon Von der Doliolaria-Larve zum Haarstern - die fruehe Entwicklung von Antedon



Accession: 038265446



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Lahaye, M-C.; Jangoux, M., 1988: Morphologie externe et comportement des larves doliolaria d'Antedon bifida (Echinodermata, Crinoidea). The lifetime of the doliolaria larvae of Antedon bifida is five days at most. There is a pelagic period (1 to 2 days) followed by a demersal period (1 to 3 days) that ends when larvae settle. Pelagic larvae swim following a complex helicoid path....

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Lacalli, TC.; West, JE., 1986: Ciliary band formation in the doliolaria larva of Florometra. 1. The development of normal epithelial pattern. The development of ciliary band pattern in the doliolaria larva of Florometra serratissima is described based on scanning and transmission electron microscopy. The uniformly ciliated epithelium of the post-hatching larva develops four regularly sp...

Lacalli, T.C.; West, J.E., 1986: Ciliary band formation in the doliolaria larva of Florometra. I. The development of normal epithelial pattern. The development of ciliary band pattern in the doliolaria larva of Florometra serratissima is described based on scanning and transmission electron microscopy. The uniformly ciliated epithelium of the post-hatching larva develops four regularly sp...

Lacalli, T.C.; West, J.E., 1986: Ciliary band formation in the doliolaria larva of florometra serratissima i. the development of normal epithelial pattern. The development of ciliary band pattern in the doliolaria larva of Florometra serratissima is described based on scanning and transmission electron microscopy. The uniformly ciliated epithelium of the post-hatching larva develops four regularly sp...