Literature References

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G. B. Bourne1987Circulatory physiology of Nautilus
G. B. Bourne1987Hemodynamics in squid
A. Fiedler, Schipp R.1987The role of the branchial heart complex in circulation of coleoid cephalopods
D. Froesch, Packard A.1979Octopus chromatophores accumulate nickel
V. Froesch-Gaetzi, Froesch D.1977Evidence that chromatophores of cephalopods are linked by their muscles
V. Froesch-Gaetzi, Froesch D.1977Evidence that chromatophores of cephalopods are linked by their muscles
R. B. Hill1987Conclusion: Comparative physiology of cardiovascular control
R. B. Hill1987Introduction to comparative physiology of cardiovascular control
A. V. Juorio, Barlow J. J.1973Formation of catecholamines and acid metabolites by Octopus brain
G. Kliong, Jakobs P. M.1987Cephalopod myocardial receptors: Pharmacological studies on the isolated heart of Sepia officinalis (L.)
G. Kliong, Jakobs P. M.1987Comparative ultrastructural and cytochemical analysis of the cephalopod systemic heart and its innervation
R. Martin, Voigt K. H.1987The neurosecretory system of the octopus vena cava A neurohemal organ
H. Mislin1987The circulatory system of cephalopods
A. Richard1969The part played by temperature in the rhythm of formation of markings on the shell of Cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis L.) (Cephalopoda, Mollusca)
R. Schipp1987The blood vessels of cephalopods. A comparative morphological and functional survey
R. Schipp1987General morphological and functional characteristics of the cephalopods circulatory system. An introduction
P. J. S. Smith1987Cardiac output in the Mollusca: Scope and regulation
R. Stampfli1983Electrophysiology and morphology of myelinated nerve fibers
S. von Boletzky1979Ciliary locomotion in squid hatching
S. von Boletzky1970On the Lay-out of the midgut rudiment in Loligo pealei
K. von Frisch1949Die Polarisierung des Himmelslichtes als orientirender Faktor bein den Tänzen der Bienen
M. J. Wells, Smith P. J. S.1987The performance of the Octopus circulatory system: A triumph of engineering over design
R. Williamson, Budelmann B. U.1985An angular acceleration receptor system of dual sensitivity in the statocyst of Octopus vulgaris
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