Literature References

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P. L. R. Andrews, Packard, A., Tansey, E. M.1982Physiologically discrete population of chromatophores in Octopus vulgaris Mollusca
P. L. R. Andrews, Packard A.1982A physiologically discrete population of chromatophores in Octopus vulgaris (Mollusca).
P. L. R. Andrews, Packard, A., Tansey, E. M.1982A physiologically discrete population of chromatophores in Octopus vulgaris (Mollusca)
Q. Bone, Packard, A., Pulsford, A. L.1982Cholinergic innervation of muscle fibres in squid
P. N. Dilly, Nixon, M., Packard, A.1964Forces exerted by Octopus vulgaris
P. N. Dilly, Nixon, M., Packard, A.1964Forces exerted by Octopus vulgaris
P. N. Dilly, Nixon, M., Packard, A.1964Forces exerted by Octopus vulgaris.
D. Froesch, Packard A.1979Octopus chromatophores accumulate nickel
H. E. Karlsen, Packard, A., Sand, O.1989Cephalopods are definitely not deaf
R. S. Nishioka, Yasumasu, I., Packard, A.1966Nature of vesicles associated with the nervous system of cephalopods.
R. S. Nishioka, Yasumasu, I., Packard, A., Bern, H. A., Young, J. Z.1966Nature of vesicles associated with the nervous system of cephalopods
A. Packard1993I cephalopodi del Mediterraneo
A. Packard1992Nerve-induced and myogenically propagated relaxation of skin muscle (Octopus vulgaris)
A. Packard1992Nerve-induced and myogenically propagated relaxation of skin muscle (Octopus vulgaris).
A. Packard1991A note on the dark waves ('wandering clouds') in the skin of Octopus vulgaris
A. Packard1991Cepahlopods as individuals
A. Packard1991Cephalopods as individuals
A. Packard1991A note on the dark waves ( wandering clouds') in the skin of Octopus vulgaris.
A. Packard1991Spatial entrainment of denervated by innervated muscle fibres in a paramedian area of overlapping innervation (Octopus skin).
A. Packard1991Uses of nicotine to follow denervation supersensitivity in unilaterally denervated octopus in vivo.
A. Packard1990Advantages (and disadvantages) of octopus skin for smooth muscle physiology: a protocol for visual recording in vivo
A. Packard1988The skin of cephalopods (Coleoids): general and special applications, pp. 37-67.
A. Packard1988Visual tactics and evolutionary strategies, pp. 89-103.
A. Packard1985Size and distribution of chromatophores during post-embryonic development in cephalopods
A. Packard1985Morphogenesis of chromatophore patterns in cephalopods: are morphological and physiological 'units' the same?
A. Packard1985Sizes and distribution of chromatophores during post-embryonic development in cephalopods.
A. Packard1983How to speak squid
A. Packard1982Morphological and physiological units of chromatophores in cephalopods: Are they the same?
A. Packard1982Morphogenesis of chromatophore patterns in cephalopods: are morphological and physiological "units" the same?
A. Packard1981What the octopus shows the neurobiologist
A. Packard1973Chromatophore fields in the skin of the octopus
A. Packard1972Cephalopods and fish: the limits of convergence
A. Packard1972Cephalopods and fish: the limits of convergence
A. Packard1972Cephalopods and fish: the limits of convergence.
A. Packard1969Visual acuity and eye growth in Octopus vulgaris (Lamarck)
A. Packard1969Jet propulsion and giant fibre response of Loligo
A. Packard1969Visual acuity and eye growth in Octopus vulgaris
A. Packard1969Jet propulsion and the giant fibre response of Loligo
A. Packard1969Jet propulsion and giant fibre response of Loligo
A. Packard1969Visual acuity and eye growth in Octopus vulgaris (Lamarck).
A. Packard1969Jet propulsion and the giant fibre response of Loligo.
A. Packard1966Operational convergence between cephalopods and fish: An exercise in functional anatomy
A. Packard1966Operational convergence between cephalopods and fish: an exercise in functional anatomy.
A. Packard1963The behaviour of Octopus vulgaris
A. Packard1963The behaviour of Octopus vulgaris
A. Packard1963The behavior of Octopus vulgaris.
A. Packard1961Sucker display of Octopus
A. Packard1961Sucker display of octopus
A. Packard1961Sucker display of Octopus
A. Packard1961Sucker display of Octopus.

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