Literature References

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B. B. Boycott1961Stimulation du syteme nerveux central de la Seiche (Sepia officianalis) par electrodes implantees
P. R. Boyle1986Neural control of cephalopod behavior
B. U. Budelmann1994Cephalopod sense organs, nerves and the brain: Adaptations for high performance and life style
B. U. Budelmann, Bullock, T. H., Williamson, R.1995Cephalopod brains: promising preparations for brain physiology
T. H. Bullock, Budelmann B. U.1991Sensory evoked potentials in unanesthetized unrestrained cuttlefish: a new preparation for brain physiology in cephalopods
T. H. Bullock, Budelmann B. U.1991Sensory evoked potentials in unanesthetized unrestrained cuttlefish: a new preparation for brain physiology in cephalopods
T. H. Bullock1984Ongoing compound field potentials from Octopus brain are labile and vertebrate-like
F. Dubas, Leonard, R. B., Hanlon, R. T.1986Chromatophore motoneurons in the brain of the squid, Lolliguncula brevis: An HRP study
A. Giuditta, Alema, S., Cimarra, P.1982Cephalopod brain-specific protein
L. Maddock, Young J. Z.1987Quantitative differences among the brains of cephalopods
L. Maddock, Young J. Z.1987Quantitative differences among the brains of cephalopods
H. J. Marthy1987Ontogenesis of the nervous system in Cephalopods
J. B. Messenger1979Nerves, Brain and Behaviour
J. B. Messenger1979The nervous system of Loligo. IV. The peduncle and olfactory lobes
J. B. Messenger1979Nerves, brains and behaviour
J. B. Messenger1979The nervous system of Loligo. IV. The peduncle and olfactory lobes
J. B. Messenger1976A paraffin nauta method for staining degeneration in cephalopod
J. B. Messenger1973Learning performance and brain structure: a study in development
M. Nixon, Young J. Z.2003The Life and Brains of Cephalopods
A. Novicki, Budelmann, B. U., Hanlon, R. T.1990Brain pathways of the chromatophore system in the squid Lolliguncula brevis
A. Novicki, Messenger, J. B., Budelmann, B. U., Terrell, M. L., Kadekaro, M.1992[14 C]Deoxyglucose labeling of functional activity in the cephalopod central nervous system
T. Plän, Budelmann B. U.1986Zur funktionellen Neuroanatomie der Haltungs- und Bewegungskontrolle von Octopus vulgaris
G. D. Sanders1975The Cephalopods
F. K. Sanders, Young J. Z.1940Learning and other functions of the higher nervous centres of Sepia
F. K. Sanders, Young J. Z.1940Learning and other functions of the higher nervous centres of Sepia
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
R. Williamson, Budelmann B. U.1991Convergent inputs to octopus oculomotor neurones demonstrated in a brain slice preparation
R. Williamson, Budelmann B. U.1991Convergent inputs to octopus oculomotor neurones demonstrated in a brain slice preparation
A. O. D. WillowsSubmittedGiant brain cells in mollusks
K. Wirz1954Etudes quantitatives sur le systeme nerveux des Cephalopodes
J. Z. Young1991The concept of neuroglia
J. Z. Young1985Cephalopods and neuroscience
J. Z. Young1985Cephalopods and neuroscience
J. Z. Young1985Cephalopods and neuroscience
J. Z. Young1984The buccal nervous system of Octopus
J. Z. Young1979The nervous system of Loligo. V. The vertical lobe complex
J. Z. Young1979The nervous system of Loligo. V. The vertical lobe complex
J. Z. Young1978Programs of the Brain
J. Z. Young1977Brain, behaviour and evolution of cephalopods
J. Z. Young1977The nervous system of Loligo. III. Higher motor centres: the basal supraoesophageal lobes
J. Z. Young1977Brain, behaviour and evolution of cephalopods
J. Z. Young1977The nervous system of Loligo. III. Higher motor centres: the basal supraoesophageal lobes
J. Z. Young1974The central nervous system of Loligo. I. The optic lobe
J. Z. Young1974The central nervous system of Loligo. I. The optic lobe
J. Z. Young1965The organization of a memory system
J. Z. Young1965The central nervous system of Nautilus
J. Z. Young1964A Model of the Brain
J. Z. Young1964The centres for touch discrimination in Octopus
J. Z. Young1962Why do we have two brains?
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