Translation for 'sea urchin' from English to Russian
NOUN   a sea urchin | sea urchins
морской ёж {м}
sea urchin
Partial Matches
Тирренское море {с}
Tyrrhenian Sea
Тиморское море {с}
Timor Sea
Молуккское море {с}
Molucca Sea
Балийское море {с}
Bali Sea
Филиппинское море {с}
Philippine Sea
Явское море {с}
Java Sea
Яванское море {с}
Java Sea
море {с} Лабрадор
Labrador Sea
Лигурийское море {с}
Ligurian Sea
Норвежское море {с}
Norwegian Sea
Гренландское море {с}
Greenland Sea
Чукотское море {с}
Chukchi Sea
Коралловое море {с}
Coral Sea
Новогвинейское море {с}
Bismarck Sea
Икарийское море {с}
Icarian Sea
море {с} Ирмингера
Irminger Sea
Ирландское море {с}
Irish Sea
Карское море {с}
Kara Sea
море {с} Скоша [тж.: море Скотия]
Scotia Sea
синеголовник {м} приморский [Eryngium maritimum]
sea holly
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Usage Examples English
  • Model organisms whose gastrulation is understood in the greatest detail include the mollusc, sea urchin, frog, and chicken.
  • Eggs of sea urchin, shortly after fertilization by a sperm, produce hydrogen peroxide.
  • The first was an experiment testing the synergistic effect of zero gravity on sea urchin eggs.
  • Popular fares include sea urchin and calamari, the famous Japanese snow crab from the famous Hokkaido waters.
  • In the bottom center of the painting, on the beach a few steps in front of Columbus, is the bumpy and pockmarked brown sphere of a sea urchin with a curious halo-like ring around it.

  • A slow transition occurs focusing on the armpit hair of the young woman as she lies on the beach and a sea urchin at a sandy location.
  • In 2003, Sea Urchin Editions published the script of the Stanshalls' "Stinkfoot: An English Comic Opera," with an introduction by his widow, Ki.
  • Five-rayed fossil sea urchin shells were associated with the deity Sopdu, the Morning Star, equivalent of Venus in Roman mythology.
  • Many unusual items have been placed for sale on eBay, including at least two previously undiscovered species, including the "Coelopleurus exquisitus" sea urchin.
  • Specimens of the sea urchin "Calocidaris micans" found in the vicinity of the crinoid "Endoxocrinus parrae", have been shown to contain large quantities of stem portions in their guts.

  • However, some kelp forest ecosystems in California have also thrived without sea otters, with sea urchin populations apparently controlled by other factors.
  • The slow block to polyspermy in the sea urchin is mediated by the PIP2 secondary messenger system.
  • Weismann worked on the embryology of sea urchin eggs, and in the course of this observed different kinds of cell division, namely equatorial division and reductional division, terms he coined ("Äquatorialteilung" and "Reduktionsteilung" respectively).
  • "Spaghetti ai ricci di mare" (spaghetti prepared with sea urchin), "pasta" "con le sarde" (with sardines) and "pasta alla Norma" (a specialty that originated in Catania) are the most popular pasta dishes that are typically Sicilian.
  • These worms are much prized and are often available at markets and stalls, chopped up and served raw in combination with raw sea cucumber, sea squirt and sea urchin, dressed with chili sauce and soy sauce.

  • For the 1924 contest Mitchell began design work on a completely new flying-boat biplane design called the Sea Urchin, which would have been fitted with a Rolls-Royce engine.
  • Morgan was in the latter camp; his work with Driesch demonstrated that blastomeres isolated from sea urchin and ctenophore eggs could develop into complete larvae, contrary to the predictions (and experimental evidence) of Roux's supporters.
  • Sea urchins (...) are spiny, globular echinoderms in the class Echinoidea.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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