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Anonymous1960The visual system of Octopus
B. C. Abbott, Lowy J.1956A new muscle preparation for the study of optical changes during contraction
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R. G. Aldred, Nixon, M., Young, J. Z.1978The blind octopus, Cirrothauma
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R. G. Aldred, Nixon, M., Young, J. Z.1978The blind octopus, Cirrothauma
J. S. Altman1971Control of accept and reject reflexes in the octopus
J. S. Altman1971Control of accept and reject reflexes in the Octopus
R. T. Barber1966Interaction of bubbles and bacteria in the formation of organic aggregates in sea-water
V. C. Barber1967A neurosecretory tissue in Octopus
P. P. G. Bateson, Chantrey D. F.1972Retardation of discrimination learning in monkeys and chicks previously exposed to both stimuli
A. M. Bidder1962Use of the tentacles, swimming and buoyancy control in the pearly Nautilus
A. M. Bidder1962Use of the tentacles, swimming, and buoyancy control in the pearly nautilus
S. V. Boletzky, Rio, M., Roux, M.1992Octopod "ballooning" response
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O. Brix1983Giant squids may die when exposed to warm water currents
O. Brix1983Giant squids may die when exposed to warm water currents
P. K. Brown, Brown P. S.1958Visual pigments of the octopus and cuttlefish
P. Brown, Brown P.1958Visual pigments of the Octopus and Cuttlefish
P. K. Brown, Brown P. S.1958Visual pigments of the octopus and cuttlefish
G. S. Burnett, Hanna J.1963Effect of dietary calcium lactate and lactic acid on facial escherichia coli counts in pigs
J. Chamberline1983Radiographic observation of chamber formation in Nautilus pompilius
S. Choe1963Daily age marking on the shell of cuttlefish
M. R. Clarke1962Respiratory and swimming movements in the cephalopod Cranchia scabra
M. R. Clarke1962Significance of cephalopod beaks
M. R. Clarke, Fitch J. E.1975First fossil records of cephalopod statoliths
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N. B. Davies, Halliday T. R.1978Deep croaks and fighting assessment in toads Bufo bufo
E. J. Denton, Warren F. J.1968Eyes of the Histioteuthidae
J. A. Deutsch1960The plexiform zone and shape recognition in the Octopus
P. N. Dilly1972Taonius megalops, a squid that rolls up into a ball
P. N. Dilly1972Taonius megalops, squid that rolls up in a ball
W. F. Doolittle, Spaienza C.1980Selfish genes, the phenotype paradigm and genome evolution
F. Ghiretti1959Cephalotoxin: the crab-paralysing agent of the posterior salivary glands of cephalopods
F. Ghiretti1959Cephalotoxin: the crab-paralysing agent of the posterior salivary glands of cephalopods
W. F. Gilly, Armstrong C. M.1984Threshold channels-a novel type of sodium channel in squid giant axon
W. F. Gilly, Armstrong C. M.1984Threshold channels-a novel type of sodium channel in squid giant axon
D. F. Gleason, Wellington G. M.1993Ultraviolet radiation and coral bleaching
J. L. Goodson, Bass A. H.2000Forebrain peptides modulate sexually polymorphic vocal circuitry
P. Graziadei1965Receptors in the suckers of octopus
P. Graziadei1964Receptors in the sucker of the cuttlefish
P. Graziadei1964Receptors in the sucker of the cuttlefish
P. Graziadei1964Receptors in the sucker of the cuttlefish
L. Greenwald, Ward, P. D., Greenwald, O. E.1980Cameral liquid transport and buoyancy control in chambered nautilus (Nautilus macromphalus)
J. J. D. Greenwood1991Marine quick-change acts
W. A. Hagins, Zonana, H. Z., Adams, R. G.1962Local membrane current in the outer segments of squid photoreceptors

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