Literature References

AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
S. Dijkgraaf1967Biological significance of the lateral organs
W. N. Tavolga1967Relation of the lateral line to communication in fishes and the general problem of animal communication
P. L. Woodhams, Messenger J. B.1974A note on the ultrastructure of the octopus olfactory organ
P. L. Woodhams, Messenger J. B.1974A note on the ultrastructure of the octopus olfactory organ
D. G. Emery1975The histology and fine structure of the olfactory organ in the squid Lolliguncula brevis Blainville
D. G. Emery1975The histology and fine structure of the olfactory organ in the squid Lolliguncula brevis Blainville
B. U. Budelmann1976Equilibrium receptor systems in molluscs
D. G. Emery1976Observations on the olfactory organ of adult and juvenile Octopus joubini
Y. Maniwa1976Attraction of bony fish, squid and crab by sound
D. G. Emery1976Observations on the olfactory organ of adult and juvenile Octopus joubini
P. Hamner, Hamner W. M.1977Chemosensory tracking of scent trails by the planktonic shrimp Acetes sibogae australis
B. L. Partridge, Pitcher T.1980The sensory basis of fish schools: relative roles of lateral line and vision
B. L. Partridge, Pitcher T.1980The sensory basis of fish schools: relative roles of lateral line and vision
J. Murlis, Jones C.1981Fine scale structure of odor plumes in relation to insect orientation to distant pheromone and other attractant sources
R. Chase, Croll R. P.1981Tentacular function in snail olfactory orientation
W. M. Saidel, Lettvin, J. Y., MacNichol, Jr., E. F.1983Processing of polarized light by squid photoreceptors
W. M. Saidel, Lettvin, J. Y., MacNichol, Jr., E. F.1983Processing of polarized light by squid photoreceptors
M. Moynihan1985Why are cephalopods deaf?
E. Florey, Dubas, F., Hanlon, R. T.1985Evidence for L-glutamate as a transmitter substance of motoneurons innervating squid chromatophore muscles
M. Moynihan1985Why are cephalopods deaf?
R. Chase, Wells M. J.1986Chemotactic behaviour in Octopus
F. Dubas, Hanlon, R. T., Ferguson, G. P., Pinsker, H. M.1986Localization and stimulation of chromatophore motoneurones in the brain of the squid, Lolliguncula brevis
F. Dubas, Leonard, R. B., Hanlon, R. T.1986Chromatophore motoneurons in the brain of the squid, Lolliguncula brevis: An HRP study
R. Chase, Wells M. J.1986Chemotactic behaviour in Octopus
R. T. Hanlon, Budelmann B. - U.1987Why cephalopods are probably not "deaf"
V. C. Barber1987The sense organs of Nautilus
R. T. Hanlon, Budelmann B. - U.1987Why cephalopods are probably not "deaf"
B. U. Budelmann, Bleckmann H.1988A lateral line analogue in cephalopods: water waves generate microphonic potentials in the epidermal head lines of Sepia and Lolliguncula
R. Williamson1988Vibration sensitivity in the statocyst of the northern octopus, Eledone cirrosa
R. Williamson1988Vibration sensitivity in the statocyst of the northern octopus, Eledone cirrosa
B. U. Budelmann, Bleckmann H.1988A lateral line analogue in cephalopods: water waves generate microphonic potentials in the epidermal head lines of Sepia and Lolliguncula
H. E. Karlsen, Packard, A., Sand, O.1989Cephalopods are definitely not deaf
B. U. Budelmann, Riese, U., Bleckmann, H.1991Structure, function, biological significance of the cuttlefish "lateral lines"
R. Williamson1991Factors affecting the sensory response characteristics of the cephalopod statocyst and their relevance in predicting swimming performance
R. T. Hanlon1991Integrative Neurobiology and Behavior of Molluscs Symposium: Introduction, perspectives, and round-table discussion
P. A. Moore, Scholz, N., Atema, J.1991Chemical orientation of lobsters, Homarus americanus, in turbulent odor plumes
P. Moore, Atema J.1991Spatial information contained in three dimensional fine structure of an aquatic odor plume
W. F. Gilly, Lucero M. T.1992Behavioural responses to chemical stimulation of the olfactory organ in the squid, Loligo opalescens
P. G. Lee1992Chemotaxis by Octopus maya Voss et Solis in a Y-maze
M. T. Lucero, Horrigan, F. T., Gilly, W. F.1992Electrical responses to chemical stimulation of squid olfactory receptor cells
P. G. Lee1992Chemotaxis by Octopus maya Voss et Solis in a Y-maze
J. Murlis, Elkinton, J., Carde, R.1992Odor plumes and how insects use them
W. F. Gilly, Lucero M. T.1992Behavioural responses to chemical stimulation of the olfactory organ in the squid, Loligo opalescens
M. T. Lucero, Horrigan, F. T., Gilly, W. F.1992Electrical responses to chemical stimulation of squid olfactory receptor cells
B. U. Budelmann1994Cephalopod sense organs, nerves and the brain: Adaptations for high performance and life style
J. Basil, Atema J.1994Lobster orientation in turbulent odor plumes: simultaneous measurement of tracking behavior and temporal odor patterns
J. D. Robertson, Bonaventura, J., Kohm, A.1995Nitric oxide synthase inhibition blocks octopus touch learning without producing sensory or motor dysfunction
B. U. Budelmann1996Active marine predators: The sensory world of cephalopods
B. U. Budelmann1996Active marine predators: the sensory world of cephalopods
J. Atema1996Odor plumes and olfactory landscapes

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