Literature References

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M. J. Wells, Freeman, N. H., Ashburner, M.1965Some experiments on the chemotactile sense of octopuses
M. J. Wells, Freeman, N. H., Ashburner, M.1965Some experiments on the chemotactile sense of octopuses
M. J. Wells1963Taste by touch: some experiments with Octopus
M. J. Wells1963Taste by touch: some experiments with Octopus
M. J. Wells1978Octopus - Physiology and Behaviour of an Advanced Invertebrate
M. A. Taylor1986Stunning whales and deaf squids
M. A. Taylor1986Stunning whales and deaf squids
A. Packard, Karlsen, H. E., Sand, O.1990Low frequency hearing in cephalopods
A. Packard, Karlsen, H. E., Sand, O.1990Low frequency hearing in cephalopods
H. R. Maturana, Sperling S.1963Unidirectional response to angular acceleration recorded from the middle cristal nerve in the statocyst of Octopus vulgaris
H. R. Maturana, Sperling S.1963Unidirectional response to angular acceleration recorded from the middle cristal nerve in the statocyst of Octopus vulgaris
Y. Maniwa1976Attraction of bony fish, squid and crab by sound
K. Mangold1989Traité de Zoologie - Céphalopodes (Tome V, Fascicule 4)
R. T. B. Iversen, Perkins, P. J., Dionne, R. D.1963An indication of underwater sound production by squid
S. J. Hubbard1960Hearing and the octopus statocyst
S. J. Hubbard1960Hearing and the octopus statocyst
P. Graziadei1964Receptors in the sucker of the cuttlefish
P. Graziadei1964Electron microscopy of some primary receptors in the sucker of Octopus vulgaris
P. Graziadei1964Receptors in the sucker of the cuttlefish
P. Graziadei1964Electron microscopy of some primary receptors in the sucker of Octopus vulgaris
R. Chichery, Chichery M. - P.1985Motor and behavioural effects induced by putative neurotransmitter injection into the optic lobe of the cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis
T. H. Bullock, Budelmann B. U.1991Sensory evoked potentials in unanesthetized unrestrained cuttlefish: a new preparation for brain physiology in cephalopods
B. U. Budelmann1975Gravity receptor function in cephalopods with particular reference to Sepia officinalis
B. U. Budelmann, Bleckmann H.1988A lateral line analogue in cephalopods: water waves generate microphonic potentials in the epidermal head lines of Sepia and Lolliguncula
B. U. Budelmann, Bleckmann H.1988A lateral line analogue in cephalopods: water waves generate microphonic potentials in the epidermal head lines of Sepia and Lolliguncula
P. R. Boyle1986Neural control of cephalopod behavior
P. Aldhous1989Lateral thinking reveals common sense
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