Regeneration of the Axial Organ of Arbacia punctulata and its Implications

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LITTLE is known of the regenerative powers of echinoids, so that it is of interest to report the regeneration of their most enigmatic organ.

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MILLOTT, N., FARMANFARMAIAN, A. Regeneration of the Axial Organ of Arbacia punctulata and its Implications. Nature 216, 1136–1138 (1967). https://doi.org/10.1038/2161136b0

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