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When echinoplutei encounter such conditions, development of the juvenile rudiment is suppressed, while the post-oral arms lengthen and the stomach shrinks (Fenaux et al.
For larval sea urchins, for example, scarcer food for larvae results in larger larval feeding structures, and abundant food accelerates development of the echinus rudiment, which forms structures that will be retained in the juvenile and adult.
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Finally, the rudiment was on the right side of the larva, indicating a case of situs inversus (e.
In sea urchins, the adult rudiment is formed in the left part of the larval body at the eight-armed pluteus stage, and it contains most of the adult tissues, such as tube feet, spines, and tests.
Five to seven days after evisceration, an anterior gut rudiment appears in the free edge of the dorsal mesentery at the healed oral end of the body (Fig.
The "97 Project" implemented by the original China Telecom for several years is the rudiment of BOSS, its main objective is to standardize and boost service approaches and operational modes.
SALMF-amide-like, but not serotonin-like, immunoreactivity is seen in the vestibule wall, tube feet, and developing radial nerve fibers of the sea urchin adult rudiment as the larva gains metamorphic competency.
Thus the vestigial penis, named more than one hundred years ago, has been demonstrated for the first time to be a rudiment of the penis itself
These sessions are taking place across the heartland of rugby league and beyond and are giving youngsters a chance to learn the rudiments of the game whilst having fun as well.
A second section covers applicable real and and complex functions, with such topics as algebra of complex numbers, computation of definite integrals, and rudiments of the Fourier transform.