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  1. Activities of digestive enzymes of polar and subtropical echinoderms
KLINGER, T.S.; McCLINTOCK, J.B.; WATTS, S.A.
In: Polar Biology, 18, No. 2, 154-157
KLINGER, T.S. (Author)593.9ArticleAdd To Basket
  2. Algunos Asteroideos de Antartida
BERNASCONI, I.
In: Contribucion del Instituto Antartico Argentino, No. 1, 22pp
BERNASCONI, I. (Author)593.93ArticleAdd To Basket
  3. Antarctic shallow subtidal echinoderms: is the ecological success of broadcasters related to ice disturbance?
PALMA, A.T.; POULIN, E.; SILVA, M.G.; SAN MARTIN, R.B.; MUNOZ, C.A.; DIAZ, A.D.
In: Polar Biology, 30, No. 3, 343-350
PALMA, A.T. (Author)593.9ArticleAdd To Basket
  4. Antarctic starfish, Odontaster validus, distinguish between fed and starved conspecifics
KIDAWA, A.
In: Polar Biology, 24, No. 6, 408-410
KIDAWA, A. (Author)593.93ArticleAdd To Basket
  5. Assemblages of sea stars (Echinodermata: Asteroidea) and brittle stars (Echinodermata: Ophiuroidea) in the Weddell Sea (Antarctica) and off northeast Greenland (Arctic): a comparison of diversity and abundance
PIEPENBURG, D.; VOSS, J.; GUTT, J.
In: Polar Biology, 17, No. 4, 305-322
PIEPENBURG, D. (Author)593.9ArticleAdd To Basket
  6. Asteroidea
FISHER, W.K.
In: Discovery Reports, 20, 69-306
FISHER, W.K. (Author)593.93ArticleAdd To Basket
  7. Asteroidea of the second Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition (1957-1958)
HAYASHI, R.
In: Biological Results of the Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition, No. 16, 9pp
HAYASHI, R. (Author)593.93ArticleAdd To Basket
  8. Asteroideos de puerto Paraiso, peninsula Antartica
BERNASCONI, I.
In: Contribucion del Instituto Antartico Argentino, No. 113, 27pp
BERNASCONI, I. (Author)593.93ArticleAdd To Basket
  9. Asteroids eating sponges from Tethys Bay, East Antarctica
CERRANO, C.; BAVESTRELLO, G.; CALCINA, B.; CATTANEO-VIETTI, R.; SARA, A.
In: Antarctic Science, 12, No. 4, 425-426
CERRANO, C. (Author)593.93ArticleAdd To Basket
  10. Australian sea stars of the genus Patiriella (Asteroidea, Asterinidae)
DARTNALL, A.J.
In: Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales, 96, No. 1, 39-49
DARTNALL, A.J. (Author)593.93ArticleAdd To Basket
  11. Behavioural and metabolic responses of the Antarctic sea star Odontaster validus to food stimuli of different concentration
KIDAWA, A.
In: Polar Biology, 28, No. 6, 449-455
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  12. The biochemical composition, energy content, and chemical antifeedant defenses of the common Antarctic Peninsular sea stars Granaster nutrix and Neosmilaster georgianus
McCLINTOCK, J.B.; AMSLER, M.O.; AMSLER, C.D.; BAKER, B.J.
In: Polar Biology, 29, No. 7, 615-623
McCLINTOCK, J.B. (Author)593.93ArticleAdd To Basket
  13. Biodiversity of echinoids and their epibionts around the Scotia arc, Antarctica
Linse, K.; WALKER, L.J.; Barnes, D.K.A.
In: Antarctic Science, 20, No. 3, 227-244
Linse, K. (Author)593.95ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 14. Bioerosion of intertidal limestone, Co. Clare, Eire : 1 Paracentrotus lividus, Marine Geology 74(1/2) 1987 p85-98
Trudgill, S.T.
ISBN: X780148672
Copies: 2
Trudgill, S.T. (Stephen Thomas), 1947- (Author)03465Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 15. Biological results of the Chatham Islands 1954 Expedition. Part 2: archibenthal and littoral echinoderms (1960)
FELL, H.B.
Copies: 1
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  16. Brachysternaster, new genus, and Brachysternaster chesheri, new species of Antarctic echinoid (Spatangoida, Schizasteridae)
LARRAIN, A.P.
In: Polar Biology, 4, No. 3, 121-124
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  17. Brittle star distribution patterns and population densities on the continental slope off central California (Echinodermata: Ophiuroidea)
SUMMERS, A.C.; NYBAKKEN, J.
In: Deep-Sea Research Part II, 47, No. 5-6, 1107-1137
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  18. Brittle star fauna (Echinodermata: Ophiuroidea) of the Arctic northwestern Barents Sea: composition, abundance, biomass and spatial distribution
PIEPENBURG, D.; SCHMID, M.K.
In: Polar Biology, 16, No. 6, 383-392
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  19. The brooding cycle of Abatus cordatus (Echinodermata: Spatangoida) at Kerguelen Islands
SCHATT, P.; FERAL, J.-P.
In: Polar Biology, 11, No. 5, 283-292
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  20. Can pelagic aggregations cause benthic satiation? Feeding biology of the Antarctic brittle star Astrotoma agassizii (Echinodermata: Ophiuroidea)
DEARBORN, J.H.; FERRARI, F.D.; EDWARDS, K.C.
In: Antarctic Research Series, 44, 1-28
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