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1998 Similarity of structural features and evolution of satellite DNAs from palorus subdepressus (Coleoptera) and related species Plohl M, Mestrovic N, Bruvo B, Ugarkovic D Journal of Molecular Evolution, 46(2), 234-9p
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1981 Two Cases of Hermaphroditism in the Sea Urchins, Clypeaster japonicus and Hemicentrotus pulcherrimus Ijiri K, Ejima Y, Amemiya S Doubutsugaku zasshi, 90(3), 394-397p
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2007 Use of plate growth measurement for the estimation of skeletal growth of two sand dollars, Astriclypeus manni (Verrill 1867) and Clypeaster japonicus (Doederlein 1885), in Jeju, Korea Kang D, Yang H, Park H, Choi K Plankton and Benthos Research, 2(2), 77-82p
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1990 Simultaneous investigation of intracellular Ca2+ increase and morphological events upon fertilization in the sand dollar egg. Hamaguchi Y, Hamaguchi M Cell Structure and Function, 15(3), 159-162p
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1988 Micromanipulation studies of the mitotic apparatus in sand dollar eggs. Hiramoto Y, Nakano Y Cell Motility and the Cytoskeleton, 10(1-2), 172-184p
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1990 Microinjection of the monoclonal anti-tubulin antibody YL1/2 inhibits cleavage of sand dollar eggs. Hamaguchi Y, Oka M, Arai T Cell Structure and Function, 15(6), 373-378p
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