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POPULATION STRUCTURE AND SPECIATION IN TROPICAL SEAS: GLOBAL PHYLOGEOGRAPHY OF THE SEA URCHIN DIADEMA
Abstract.— The causes of speciation in the sea are rarely obvious, because geographical barriers are not conspicuous and dispersal abilities or marine organisms, particularly those of species withExpand
Reproduction of Antarctic Benthic Marine Invertebrates: Tempos, Modes, and Timing
Work on the life histories of common antarctic benthic marine invertebrates over the past several decades demands a revision of several widely held paradigms. First, contrary to expectations derivedExpand
DEVELOPMENT, METAMORPHOSIS, AND SEASONAL ABUNDANCE OF EMBRYOS AND LARVAE OF THE ANTARCTIC SEA URCHIN STERECHINUS NEUMAYERI.
The development to metamorphosis of the shallow-water antarctic sea urchin, Sterechinus neumayeri, is described for the first time. Developmental stages are similar to those of closely relatedExpand
POPULATION STRUCTURE AND SPECIATION IN TROPICAL SEAS: GLOBAL PHYLOGEOGRAPHY OF THE SEA URCHIN DIADEMA
Abstract The causes of speciation in the sea are rarely obvious, because geographical barriers are not conspicuous and dispersal abilities or marine organisms, particularly those of species withExpand
Biological invasions of estuaries without international shipping: the importance of intraregional transport
Increased awareness of the problem of introduced marine species has led to recent surveys of several large bays with international shipping. To our knowledge, no thorough search for introductions hasExpand
Early evolution of animal cell signaling and adhesion genes
In stark contrast to the rapid morphological radiation of eumetazoans during the Cambrian explosion, the simple body plan of sponges (Phylum Porifera) emerged from the Cambrian relatively unchanged.Expand
Developmental types of shallow-water asteroids of McMurdo Sound, Antarctica
The mode of development was ascertained for 14 of the 16 species of sea stars known to occur in shallow waters of McMurdo Sound, Antarctica (77°51′S; 166°40′E). The species were collected betweenExpand
Ecological Studies of Seaweeds in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica
Three species of benthic marine macroalgae comprise the chief components of the seaweed flora of McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. Quantitative studies at Cape Evans demonstrate a depth-related distributionExpand
Growth and production of Sterechinus neumayeri (Echinoidea: Echinodermata) in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica
Population dynamics of Sterechinus neumayeri were investigated at four sites in McMurdo Sound: Cape Evans, McMurdo Station, East Cape Armitage and New Harbor. The annual formation of natural growthExpand
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