Literature References

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N. J. Abbott, Bundgaard M.1987Microvessel surface area, density and dimensions in brain and mussel of the Cephalopod, Sepia officinalis
J. S. Alexandrowicz1963A pulsating ganglion in the Octopoda
P. L. R. Andrews, Messenger, J. B., Tansey, E. M.1981Colour changes on cephalopods after neurotransmitter injection onto the cephalic aorta
C. R. Austin, Mann-Lutwak, C., Msnn, T.1964Spermatophores and spermatoza of the squid Loligo pealii
B. B. Boycott1961Stimulation du syteme nerveux central de la Seiche (Sepia officianalis) par electrodes implantees
B. B. Boycott1960Functioning of the statocysts of Octopus vulgaris
B. B. Boycott, Young J. Z.1957Effects of interference with the vertical lobe on visual discriminations in Octopus vulgaris Lamarck
B. B. Boycott, Young F. R. S.1954A memory system in Octopus vulgaris Lamarck
E. J. Denton1974On buoyancy and the lives of modern and fossil cephalopods
E. J. Denton, Gilpin, J. B., Shaw, T. I.1969A buoyancy mechanism found in cranchid squid
E. J. Denton, Land M. F.1970Mechanism of reflexion in silvery layers of fish and cephalopods
P. N. Dilly, Gray, E. G., Young, J. Z.1963Electron microscopy of optic nerves and optic lobes of Octopus and Eledone
J. E. Dowling, Boycott B. B.1966Organization of the primate retina: electron microscopy
G. P. Ferguson, Messenger J. B.1991A countershading reflex in cephalopods
D. Froesch1979Antigen-induced secretion in the optic gland of Octopus vulgaris
D. Froesch, Marthy H. J.1975The structure and function of the oviducal gland in octopus (Cephalapoda)
R. A. Hinde1960Factors governing the changes in strength of a partially inborn response, as shown by the mobbing behaviour of the chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs)
R. A. Hinde1954Factors governing the changes in the strength of a partially inborn response, as shown by the mobbing behaviour of the chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs). I. The nature of the response, and an examination of its course
R. A. Hinde1954Factors governing the changes in the strength of a partially inborn response, as shown by the mobbing behaviour of the chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs). II. The waning of the response
R. A. Hinde, Spencer-Booth Y.1968The study of mother-infant interaction in captive group-living Rhesus monkeys
T. Mann, Martin, A., Thiersch, J. J.1969Male reproduction tract, spermatophores and spermatophorie reaction in the giant octopus of the North Pacific, Octopus dofleini martini
W. L. Maxwell1974Spermiogenesis of Eledone cirrhosa Lamarck (Cephalopoda, Octopoda)
J. B. Messenger1967The effects on locomotion of lesions to the visuo-motor system in octopus
J. B. Messenger1966The peduncle lobe: a visuo-motor centre in Octopus
A. R. Parker1995Discovery of functional iridescence and its coevolution with eyes in the phylogeny of Ostracoda (Crustacea)
G. D. Sanders, Young J. Z.1973Reappearance of specific colour patterns after nerve regeneration in octopus
J. Z. Young1982The distributed tactile memory system of Octopus
J. Z. Young1965The organization of a memory system
J. Z. Young1965The diameters of the fibre of the peripheral nerves of octopus
J. Z. Young1964Muscle receptors in Cephalopods
J. Z. Young1963Paired centres for the control of attack by Octopus
J. Z. Young1959The statocysts of Octopus vulgaris
J. Z. Young1958Responses of untrained octopuses to various figures and the effect of removal of the vertical lobe
J. Z. Young1936The structure of nerve fibres in cephalopods and crustacea
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