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Z. M. Bacq, Mazz F.SubmittedIdentification D'Acetylcholine extraite des cellules ganglionnaires d'Octopus
G. W. Barlow, Martin R.1970Structural identification and distribution of synaptic profiles in the octopus brain using the zinc iodide-osmium method
J. J. Barlow1971The distribution of acetylcholinesterase and catecholamines in the vertical lobe of Octopus vulgaris
J. J. Barlow, Juorio, A. V., Martin, R.1973Monoamine transport in the octopus posterior salivary gland nerves
P. R. Boyle1986Neural control of cephalopod behavior
P. R. Boyle1975Receptors units responding to movement in the octopus mantle
B. U. Budelmann, Sachse, M., Staudigl, M.1987The angular acceleration receptor system of Octopus vulgaris: morphometry, ultrastructure, and neuronal and synaptic organization
B. U. Budelmann, Sachse, M., Staudigl, M.1987The angular acceleration receptor system of the statocyst of Octopus vulgaris: morphometry, ultrastructure, and neuronal and synaptic organization
B. U. Budelmann, Sachse, M., Staudigl, M.1987The angular acceleration receptor system of Octopus vulgaris: morphometry, ultrastructure, and neuronal and synaptic organization
B. U. Budelmann, Young J. Z.1984The statocyst-oculomotor system of Octopus vulgaris: extraocular eye muscles, eye muscle nerves, statocyst nerves and the oculomotor centre in the central nervous system
B. U. Budelmann, Young J. Z.1984The statocyst-oculomotor system of Octopus vulgaris: extraocular eye muscles, eye muscle nerves, statocyst nerves and the oculomotor centre in the central nervous system
T. H. Bullock1984Ongoing compound field potentials from Octopus brain are labile and vertebrate-like
E. V. Cowdry1911The Colour Changes of Octopus vulgaris. University of Toronto Studies, Biological Series No. 10
J. Drukker, Schade J. P.1964Neurobiological studies on cephalopods. III. Histochemistry of 24 enzymes in the optic system.
D. Froesch1973Projection of chromatophore nerves on the body surface of Octopus vulgaris
A. Giuditta, Alema, S., Cimarra, P.1982Cephalopod brain-specific protein
P. Graziadei1965Sensory receptor cells and related neurons in cephalopods
P. Graziadei1964Electron microscopy of some primary receptors in the sucker of Octopus vulgaris
P. Graziadei1964Electron microscopy of some primary receptors in the sucker of Octopus vulgaris
P. Graziadei1964Electron microscope observations of some peripheral synapses in the sensory pathway of the sucker of Octopus vulgaris
P. Graziadei1964Electron microscopy of some primary receptors in the sucker of Octopus vulgaris
P. Graziadei1971The nervous system of the arms
A. V. Jourio, Killick S. W.1972The effect of drugs on the synthesis and storage of monoamines in nervous tissues of molluscs
A. V. Jourio, Killick S. W.1972Monoamines and their metabolism in some molluscs
A. V. Jourio, Molinoff P. B.1973The normal occurrence of octopamine in neural tissues of the octopus and other cephalopods
A. V. Juorio1971Catecholamines and 5-hydroxytryptamine in nervous tissue of cephalopods
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A. V. Juorio, Barlow J. J.1974High noradrenaline content of a squid ganglion
A. V. Juorio, Barlow J. J.1973Formation of catecholamines and acid metabolites by Octopus brain
H. J. Marthy1987Ontogenesis of the nervous system in Cephalopods
R. Martin, Barlow J.1971Localization of monoamines in nerves of the posterior salivary gland salivary centre in the brain of octopus
R. Martin, Froesch, D., Kiehling, C., Voigt, K. H.1981Molluscan neuropeptide-like and enkephalin-like material coexists in Octopus nerves
R. Martin, Froesch, D., Weber, E., Voigt, K. H.1979Met-enkephalin-like immunoreactivity in a cephalopod neurohemal organ
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W. M. Saidel, Monsell E. M.1986Organization of the motor neuron components of the Pallial nerve in Octopus
G. D. Sanders1970Long-term memory of a tactile discrimination in Octopus vulgaris and the effect of vertical lobe removal
G. D. Sanders1975The Cephalopods
P. A. Santi, Graziadei P. P. C.1975A light and electron microscope study of intra-epithlial putative mechanoreceptors in squid suckers
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M. J. Wells1970Detour experiments with split-brain octopuses
M. J. Wells1967Sensitization and the evolution of associative learning
M. J. Wells1967Sensitization and the evolution of associative learning
M. J. Wells, Wells J.1957The function of the brain of Octopus in tactile discrimination
M. J. Wells, Wells J.1957The function of the brain of Octopus in tactile discrimination
F. Welsch, Moorhead M.1960The quantitative distribution of 5 hydroxytryptamine in the invertebrates, especially in their nervous system
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J. Z. Young1971The Anatomy of the Nervous System of Octopus vulgaris

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