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C. Agnisola, Cariello, C., de Santis, A.1989Chronotropic and inotropic effects of atrial peptides in the isolated systemic heart of Octopus vulgaris.
J. S. Alexandrowicz1965The neurosecretory system of the vena cava in Cephalopoda - II. Sepia officinalis and Octopus vulgaris
J. S. Alexandrowicz1964The neurosecretory system of the vena cava in Cephalopoda - I. Eledone cirrosa
J. S. Alexandrowicz1963A pulsating ganglion in the Octopoda
J. S. Alexandrowicz1960Innervation of the hearts of Sepia officinalis
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R. Alvarado, Gonzales-Santander R.1969Contribucion al conocimiento ultraestructural del sistema vascular de los cefalopodos.
R. F. Ambrose1981Observations on the embryonic development and early post-embryonic behavior of Octopus bimaculatus (Mollusca: Cephalopoda)
R. F. Ambrose1981Observations on the embryonic development of Octopus tetricus (Mollusca: Cephalopoda)
V. C. Barber, Graziadei P.1965The fine structure of cephalopod blood vessels. I. Some smaller peripheral vessals
G. J. Bayne1973Internal defense mechanisms of Octopus dofleini.
C. F. Berry, Cottrell G. A.1970Neurosecretion in the vena cava of the Cephalopod Eledone cirrosa
C. F. Berry, Cottrell G. A.1970Isolation of dense-cored granules from the neurosecretory system of the vena cava of the small octopus, Eledone cirrosa
P. Bert1867Sur la physiologie de la seiche (Sepia officinalis L.)
E. M. H. Best, Wells M. J.1983The control of digestion in Octopus. I. The anticipatory response and the effects of severing the nerves to the gut.
A. Bhargava1970Studies on the heart of cephalopod, Octopus (Octopus) fusiformis Brock..
S. V. Boletzky1989Recent studies on spawning, embryonic development, and hatchling in the Cephalopoda.
S. V. Boletzky1987Ontogenetic and phylogentic aspects of the cephalopod circulatory system.
C. Bonaventura, Bonaventura, J., Miller, K. I.1981Hemocyanin of the chambered nautilus: structure-function relationships..
Q. Bone, Pulsford, A., Chubb, A. D.1981Squid mantle muscle.
G. B. Bourne, Redmond, J. R., Johansen, K.1978Some aspects of hemodynamics in Nautilus pompilius
R. G. Boutilier, West, T. G., Pogson, G. H., Mesa, K. A., Wells, J., Wells, M. J.1996Nautilus and the art of metabolic maintenance.
P. R. Boyle1986Neural control of cephalopod behavior
C. R. Bridges1994Bohr and root effects in cephalopod haemocyanins - paradox or pressure in Sepia officinalis.
O. Brix1983Giant squids may die when exposed to warm water currents.
O. Brix, Bardgard, A., Cau, A., Colosimo, A.1989Oxygen-binding properties of cephalopod blood with special reference to environmental temperatures and ecological distribution.
O. Brix, Colosimo, A., Vecchini, P., Condo, S.1988Subunit-association and functional properties in the hemocyanin of the squid Todarodes sagittatus.
O. Brix, Lykkeboe, G., Johansen, K.1981The significance of the linkage between the Bohr and Haldane effects in cephalopod bloods.
S. Butcher, Dilly, P. N., Herring, P. J.1982The comparative morphology of the photophores of the squid Pyroteuthis margaritifera (Cephalopoda: Enoploteuthidae).
F. Caurant, Amiard-Triquet C.1995Cadmium contamination in pilot whales Globicephala melas: Source and potential hazard to the species.
J. P. Christofferson, Foss, A., Lambert, W. E.1978An electrophoretic study of select proteins from the market squid, Loligo opalescens Berry.
L. B. Cohen, Van Holde K. E.1964Physical studies of hemocyanins II. Comparison of the hemocyanin and apohemocyanin of Loligo pealei
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W. Decleir, Lemaire, J., Richard, A.1971The Differentiation of Blood Proteins During Ontogeny in Sepia officinalis L.
W. Decleir, Lemaire, J., Richard, A.1970Determination of copper in embryos and very young specimens of Sepia officinalis
W. Decleir, Richard A.SubmittedBlood proteins In Sepia officinalis
W. Decleir, Richard A.1972A study of the orange-red pigment from the accessory nidamental glands of the Cephalopod Sepia officinalis L.
W. Decleir, Richard A.1970A Study of The Blood Proteins in Sepia officinalis L. with Special Reference to Embryonic Hemocyanin
H. A. DePhillips, Nickerson, K. W., Johnson, M., von Holde, K. E.1969Physical studies of hemocyanins IV. Oxygen-linked disassociation of Loligo pealei hemocyanin
L. S. Dillon, Dial R. O.1962Notes on the morphology of the common gulf squid Lolliguncula brevis (Blainville).
P. N. Dilly, Messenger J. B.1972The branchial gland: a site of Haemocyanin synthesis in Octopus.
W. R. Driedzic1988Matching of cardiac oxygen delivery and fuel supply to energy demand in teleosts and cephalopods.
W. R. Driedzic1985Contractile performance of Cephalopod hearts under anoxin conditions
W. R. Driedzic, Sidell, B. D., Stewart, J. M., Johnston, I. A.1990Maximal activities of enzymes of energy metabolism in cephalopod systematic and branchial hearts.
C. Duvos1991In vitro culture of embryonic cardiomyocites of Sepia officinalis, pp. 293-294. [Abstract]
N. C. Eno1994The morphometrics of cephalopod gills.
J. P. Feral1979La regeneration des bras de la seiche Sepia officinalis L. (Cephalopoda, Sepioidea). II. Etude histologique et cytologique.
Fd' Fresnaye1824Sur la mobilite des taches que l'on remarque sur la peau des Calmars subule et sepiole (de Lamarck) et sur la coloration spontanee dont les sepiaires paraissent susceptibles.
D. Froesch, Mangold K. M.1976On the structure and function of a neurohemal organ in the eye cavity of Eledone cirrosa (Cephalopoda).

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