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By John M. Lawrence

ISBN-10: 0444503900

ISBN-13: 9780444503909

Sea urchins are a tremendous portion of marine environments stumbled on in the course of the world's oceans. an incredible version for study in developmental biology, also they are of significant monetary significance in lots of areas and curiosity of their administration and aquaculture has elevated enormously in recent times. This booklet presents a synthesis of organic and ecological features of sea urchins which are of simple clinical curiosity and likewise crucial for potent fisheries administration and aquaculture. basic chapters give some thought to features of sea urchins as an entire. additionally, particular chapters are dedicated to the ecology of 17 species which are of significant advertisement curiosity and ecological importance.

Features include:

• A synthesis of what's recognized in regards to the uncomplicated organic features of the ocean urchin, valuable for the course of destiny examine.
• Case histories of 17 species that illustrate their ecological function in quite a few environments.
• With the catastrophic decline in fisheries ensuing essentially from over-fishing, it's crucial that the populations be controlled successfully and that aquaculture be built. This publication offers wisdom of the biology and ecology of the commercially very important sea urchins that might give a contribution to those pursuits.
• the one publication to be had in current literature dedicated to sea urchins.

With this new name specialists supply a large artificial therapy and extensive research of the biology and ecology of sea urchins from all over the world, designed to supply an figuring out of the gang and the root for fisheries administration and aquaculture.

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