Literature References

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I. I. Akimushkin1957Cephalopod fauna of the far eastern seas of the U.S.S.R.
A. M. Bidder1970Some problems of cephalopod locomotion.
H. D. Blainville1827Seche, Sepia.
G. M. Branch, Griffiths, C. L., Branch, M. L., Beckley, L. E.1994Cephalopoda: octopus, squid & cuttlefish.
O. Brix, Lykkeboe, G., Johansen, K.1981The significance of the linkage between the Bohr and Haldane effects in cephalopod bloods.
S. Chang1962Commercial animals of China: marine mollusks, pp. 210-243. [translation]
J. G. Children1823Lamark's genera of shells, monothalamus cephalopoda.
M. R. Clarke, Trueman E. R.1988The Mollusca. Volume 12: Paleontology and Neontology of Cephalopods
M. R. Clarke1988Evolution of buoyancy and locomation of recent cephalopods (pp. 203-213).
W. F. Colmers, Hixon, R. F., Hanlon, R. T.1984"Spinner" cephalopods: defects of statocyst suprastructures in an invertebrate analogue of the vestibular apparatus.
E. J. Denton1971Examples of the use of active transport of salts and water to give buoyancy in the sea.
E. J. Denton1961The buoyancy of fish and cephalopods.
E. J. Denton, Gilpin-Brown J. B.1961The effect of light on the buoyancy of the cuttlefish.
E. J. Denton, Gilpin-Brown J. B.1961The distribution of gas and liquid within the cuttlebone.
E. J. Denton, Gilpin-Brown J. B.1961The buoyancy of the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis.
E. J. Denton, Gilpin-Brown, J. B., Howarth, J. V.1961The osmotic mechanism of the cuttlebone.
G. P. Ferguson, Messenger, J. B., Budelmann, B. U.1994Gravity and light influence the countershading reflexes of the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis.
J. B. Gilpin-Brown1972Bouyancy mechanisms of cephalopods in relation to pressure.
R. T. Hanlon, Bidwell, J. P., Tait, R.1989Stronium is required for statolith development and thus normal swimming behavior of hatchling cephalopods.
W. M. Kier, Messenger, J. B., Miyan, J. A.1985Mechanoreceptors in the fins of the cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis
W. M. Kier, Messenger, J. B., Miyan, J. A.1985Short communication mechanoreceptors in the fins of the Cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis
J. Kitchell1978Bouyancy architecture. Evolution and invention of Nautilus.
H. Lee1875The octopus; or, the "devil-fish" of fiction and of fact.
M. Nixon1988The feeding mechanisms and diets of Cephalopods - living and fossil, pp. 641-652.
R. K. O'Dor, Webber D. M.1986The constraints on cephalopods: why squids aren't fish.
Y. Ohshima, Choe S.1961On the rearing of young cuttlefish and squid.
A. Packard1966Operational convergence between cephalopods and fish: an exercise in functional anatomy.
A. Packard, Trueman E. R.1974Muscular activity of the mantle of Sepia and Loligo (Cephalopoda) during respiratory movements and jetting, and its physiological interpretation.
R. Boucher-Rodoni, Mangold K. M.1994Ammonia production in cephalopods, physiological and evolutionary aspects.
C. F. E. Roper, Hochberg F. G.1988Behavior and systematics of cephalopods from Lizard Island, Australia, based on color and body patterns
C. F. E. Roper, Hochberg F. G.1988Behavior and systematics of cephalopods from Lizard Island, Australia, based on color and body patterns.
R. Siezen1986Cuttlebone: the bouyant skeleton.
D. H. Tompsett1939Sepia.
E. R. Trueman1976Locomotion and the origins of Mollusca, pp. 455-465.
E. R. Trueman, Clarke M. R.1988The Mollusca. Volume 11: Form and Function
E. R. Trueman, Packard A.1968Motor performances of some cephalopods
E. R. Trueman, Packard A.1968Motor performances of some cephalopods.
P. D. Ward, Martin A. W.1978On the bouyancy of the pearly Nautilus.
M. J. Wells1988The mantle muscle and mantle cavity of cephalopods, pp. 287-300.
M. J. Wells1962Brain and behavior in cephalopods.
M. J. Wells, Wells J.1991Is Sepia really an octopus?, pp. 79-92.
J. Z. Young1958Squids, cuttlefishes and octopuses.
J. Z. Young1939Fused neurons and synaptic contacts in the giant nerve fibers of cephalopods.
M. Zahn1979Sepia officinalis (Sepiidae) ruheverhalten, tarnung und fortbewegung
G. V. Zuev1966Characteristic features of the structure of cephalopod molluscs associated with controlled movements.
G. V. Zuev1963On the specific gravity of the squid Ommastrephes sagittatus Lamarck.
G. V. Zuev, Nesis K. N.1971Squids and bionics, pp. 84-90.
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