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Pluteus Larva

Techno Sea Urchin Larvae at the former Biotutorial Lab. at Los Angeles Valley College, where many biological phenomena occurred everyday during the seven plu...

Various Views of Pluteus Larva and Close Up of Mutant

The first part of the video shows a normal sea urchin pluteus larva swallowing little bits of algae floating in the water with it. You can see the various la...

Larva Pluteus

estágio larval de ouriço-do-mar (Lytechinus variegatus) em testes de ecotoxicologia.

day 6 pluteus larva

Short clip of sea urchin pluteus larva feeding 6 days after fertilization You can actually see it making swallowing motions, as we just added some algae to t...

Pluteus larva

A pluteus larva, collected from the plankton at Kristineberg, Sweden, in July 2013. http://www.eb.tuebingen.mpg.de/research/research-groups/gaspar-jekely.htm...

pluteus larva

8arm pluteus larva

pluteus

A sea urchin larva, or pluteus. The moving muscle is the animals developing gut. This movie was made by journalists participating in the 2009 MBL Logan Scien...

Larval Stomach Edited.m4v

Stomach of the pluteus larva of the sea urchin Echinometra lucunter. The stomach is full of the unicellular alga, Dunaliella tertiolecta.

baby sea urchin

Sea urchin baby right after metamorphosis from pluteus larva is walking on glass surface.

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3 news items

 
nanotechweb.org
Wed, 16 Jan 2013 08:25:05 -0800

Researchers in Italy have highlighted an interesting interaction between carbon nanoparticles (C-NPs) and the pluteus larva of Paracentrotus lividus, a sea urchin, which leads to the synthesis of a pearl-like biomaterial through the activation of one ...
 
ScienceBlogs (blog)
Sat, 02 Jun 2007 12:08:43 -0700

They form a hollow ball of cells that subsequently forms a simple gut and mouth, develops an internal skeleton, and turns into a pluteus larva, which looks a little bit like a spiny space shuttle. The pluteus is planktonic, and uses cilia to sweep food ...
 
FayerWayer (blog)
Thu, 01 Oct 2009 16:59:20 -0700

Este viernes 2 de octubre se cierran las votaciones en línea en el clásico concurso Nikon Small World, que se realiza anualmente desde 1974. Lo interesante de esta actividad es que los usuarios pueden elegir sus imágenes favoritas tomadas con ayuda de ...
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