Literature References

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Anonymous1974Squid imports hold many unstable elements, but import volume is on the rise each year.
Anonymous1974Squid alert.
E. W. Abrahamson, Fager, R. S., Mason, W. T.1974Comparative properties of vertebrate and invertebrate photoreceptors.
R. B. Allen, Taber R. E.1974Light attraction for squid in New England waters
R. B. Allen, Taber R. E.1974Light attraction for squid in New England waters
V. G. Ampola1974Squid - its potential and status as a U.S. food resource.
J. M. Arnold, Summers, W. C., Gilbert, D. L., Manalis, R. S., Daw, N. W., Lasek, R. J.1974A guide to laboratory use of the squid Loligo pealei
J. M. Arnold1974Embryonic development of the squid, pp. 24-44.
Z. Berk1974Processing squid for food.
Z. Berk, Pariser E. R.1974Squid processing machine.
N. W. Daw1974Squid visual system, pp. 66-68.
M. Hamabe, Sato, T., Kawakami, T.1974A preliminary note on the ecology of copulation of the Ommastrephid squid Illex illecebrosus illecebrosus Lesueur in the Northwest Atlantic
1974Nominal catches of individual species by division and country - 1974.
P. Kalikstein1974The marketability of squid.
M. C. Mercer, Paulmier G.1974Distribution and biological characteristics of the short-finned squid (Illex illecebrosus) on the continental shelf of Subarea 3 and 4 in May-June, 1973
L. Pinkas1974California marine fish landings for 1972.
Lv. Salvini-Plawen1974The Cephalopods. pp. 190-225.
W. C. Summers1974Natural history of the squid, pp. 5-8.
W. C. Summers1974Collection, maintenance, and population dynamics of the squid, pp. 9-17.
M. Y. Vinogradov, Menshutkin V. V.1974A mathematical model of the pelagic ecosystem of the Sea of Japan.
G. L. Voss1974Cephalopoda
A. N. Vovk1974Feeding habits of the North American squid Loligo pealei Lesueur
A. N. Vovk, Nigmatullin C. M.1974Behavior of the flying squid Ommastrephes pteropus Steenstrup, 1855 in an illuminated area
A. N. Vovk, Nigmatullin C. M.1974Behavior of the flying squid Ommastrephes pteropus Steenstrup, 1855 in an illuminated area
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