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2011The coeloms in a late brachiolaria larva of the asterinid sea star Parvulastra exigua: deriving an asteroid coelomic modelByrne, Maria; Morris, Valerie; Selvakumaraswamy, Paulina; Whan, Renee; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; Biological Sciences; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; Australian Centre for Microscopy and Microanalysis (ACMM)The coeloms in a late brachiolaria larva of the asterinid sea star Parvulastra exigua: deriving an asteroid coelomic model, Acta Zoologica: international journal for zoology, vol.92, 3, 2011,pp 266-275
2009Development of the five primary podia from the coeloms of a sea star larva: homology with the echinoid echinoderms and other deuterostomesByrne, Maria; Morris, Valerie; Selvakumaraswamy, Paulina; Whan, Renee; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; Biological Sciences; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; Electron MicroscopeDevelopment of the five primary podia from the coeloms of a sea star larva: homology with the echinoid echinoderms and other deuterostomes, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences, vol.276,(N/A),2009,pp 1277-1284
2006Evolution of larval form in ophiuroids: insights from the metamorphic phenotype of Ophiothrix (Echinodermata: Ophiuroidea).Byrne, Maria; Selvakumaraswamy, Paulina; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & HistologyEvolution of larval form in ophiuroids: insights from the metamorphic phenotype of Ophiothrix (Echinodermata: Ophiuroidea)., Evolution & Development, vol.8,(2),2006,pp 183-190
2003Evolution of maternal provisioning in ophiuroids, asteroids and echinoidsByrne, Maria; Cisternas, Paula; Selvakumaraswamy, Paulina; Raff, R A; Villinski, J; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & HistologyEvolution of maternal provisioning in ophiuroids, asteroids and echinoids in Echinoderm Research 2001, AA Balkema Publishers, 2003, pp. 171-175
2010Fertilization in a suite of coastal marine invertebrates from SE Australia is robust to near-future ocean warming and acidificationByrne, Maria; Ho, Melanie; McElroy, David; Selvakumaraswamy, Paulina; Soars, Natalie; Wong, Eunice; Davis, Andy R; Dworjanyn, Symon A.; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: School of Medical Sciences; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; Biological SciencesFertilization in a suite of coastal marine invertebrates from SE Australia is robust to near-future ocean warming and acidification, Marine Biology, vol.157, 9,pp 2061-2069
2006The Larval Apical Organ in the Holothuroid Chiridota gigas (Apodida): Inferences on Evolution of the Ambulacrarian Larval Nervous System.Byrne, Maria; Prowse, Thomas; Selvakumaraswamy, Paulina; Sewell, Mary A.; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & HistologyThe Larval Apical Organ in the Holothuroid Chiridota gigas (Apodida): Inferences on Evolution of the Ambulacrarian Larval Nervous System., Biological Bulletin (2005), vol.211,(2),2006,pp 95-100
2004Metamorphosis And Evolution Of Development In OphionereisByrne, Maria; Selvakumaraswamy, Paulina; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & HistologyMetamorphosis And Evolution Of Development In Ophionereis, Marine Biology, vol.145,(1),2004,pp 87-99
2009Nervous System Development in Feeding and Nonfeeding Asteroid Larvae and the Early JuvenileByrne, Maria; Elia, Laura; Selvakumaraswamy, Paulina; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & HistologyNervous System Development in Feeding and Nonfeeding Asteroid Larvae and the Early Juvenile, Biological Bulletin, vol.216, 3, 2009,pp 322-334
2002Phylum Echinodermata: OphiuroideaByrne, Maria; Selvakumaraswamy, Paulina; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & HistologyPhylum Echinodermata: Ophiuroidea in Altas of Marine Invertebrate Larvae, Academic Press, 2002, pp. 483-498
2011Sea urchin development in a global change hotspot, potential for southerly migration of thermotolerant propagulesByrne, Maria; Nguyen, Hong Dao; Selvakumaraswamy, Paulina; Woolsey, Erika; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & HistologySea urchin development in a global change hotspot, potential for southerly migration of thermotolerant propagules, Deep-Sea Research. Part 2: Topical Studies in Oceanography, vol.58, 5, 2011,pp 712-719
2010Sea urchin fertilization in a warm, acidified and high pCO2 ocean across a range of sperm densitiesByrne, Maria; Selvakumaraswamy, Paulina; Soars, Natalie; Davis, Andy R; Dworjanyn, S.; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & HistologySea urchin fertilization in a warm, acidified and high pCO2 ocean across a range of sperm densities, Marine Environmental Research, vol.69, N/A,pp 234-239
2009Temperature, but not pH, compromises sea urchin fertilization and early development under near-future climate change scenariosByrne, Maria; Ho, Melanie; Nguyen, Hong Dao; Selvakumaraswamy, Paulina; Davis, Andy R; Dworjanyn, S.; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & HistologyTemperature, but not pH, compromises sea urchin fertilization and early development under near-future climate change scenarios, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences, vol.276, N/A,pp 1883-1888