Literature References

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M. J. Wells, Young J. Z.1970Stimulus generalization in the tactile system of Octopus
M. J. Wells, Young J. Z.1970Stimulus generalisation in the tactile system of Octopus
M. J. Wells, Wells J.1970Observations on the feeding, growth rate and habits of newly settled Octopus cyanea
M. J. Wells, Wells J.1970Observations on the feeding, growth rate and habits of newly settled Octopus cyanea
M. J. Wells1970Detour experiments with split-brain octopuses
M. J. Wells1970Memory traces in Octopus vulgaris
J. F. Waters1970The sea farmers.
J. J. Walker, Longo, N., Bitterman, M. E.1970The octopus in the laboratory. Handling, maintenance, and training
J. Walker1970The octopus in the laboratory. handling, maintenance, training
W. F. Van Heukelem1970Courtship displays of male octopus
H. Schöne, Budelmann B. U.1970Function of the Gravity Receptor of Octopus vulgaris
G. D. Sanders1970Long-term memory of a tactile discrimination in Octopus vulgaris and the effect of vertical lobe removal
A. Packard, Albergoni W.1970Relative growth, nucleic acid content and cell numbers of the brain in Octopus vulgaris (Lamarck)
W. R. A. Muntz1970An experiment on shape discrimination and signal detection in Octopus
A. S. Merrill1970Symposium on Commercial Marine Mollusks of the United States; introduction and summary.
T. Mann, Martin, A. W., Thiersch, J. B.1970Male reproductive tract, spermatophores and spermatophoric reaction in the giant octopus of the North Pacific, Octopus dofleini martini
J. E. Hardwick1970A note on the behavior of the octopod Ocythoe tuberculata
V. C. Goldizen1970Management of closed-system marine aquariums
P. Fioroni1970Die embryonale genese der chromatophoren bei Octopus vulgaris Lam.
B. U. Budelmann1970Die Arbeitsweise der Statolithenorgane von Octopus vulgaris
B. U. Budelmann1970The correlation between statolith action and compensatory eye movements in Octopus vulgaris
B. U. Budelmann1970Die Arbeitsweise de Statolithenorgane von Octopus vulgaris
G. W. Barlow, Martin R.1970Structural identification and distribution of synaptic profiles in the octopus brain using the zinc iodide-osmium method
J. S. Altman, Nixon M.1970Use of the beaks and radula by Octopus vulgaris in feeding
J. S. Altman, Nixon M.1970Use of the beaks and radula by Octopus vulgaris in feeding
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