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W. Zeidler, MacPhail M. K.1978Mollusc type-specimens in the South Australian Museum.
D. van der Zee1981Prey of the cape clawless otter (Aonyx capensis) in the Tsitsikama Coastal National Park, South Africa.
J. Z. Young1938The evolution of the nervous system and of the relationship of organism and environment, pp. 179-204.
J. Z. Young1939Fused neurons and synaptic contacts in the giant nerve fibers of cephalopods.
J. Z. Young1951Growth and plasticity in the nervous system.
J. Z. Young1958Squids, cuttlefishes and octopuses.
J. Z. Young1963Some essentials of neural memory systems. Paired centres that regulate and address the signals of the results of action.
J. Z. Young1963Light- and dark- adaptation in the eyes of some cephalopods.
J. Z. Young1972The organization of a cephalopod ganglion.
R. E. Young1973Evidence for spawning by Gonatus sp. (Cephalopoda: Teuthoidea) in the high Arctic Ocean.
J. Z. Young1976The 'cerebellum' and the control of eye movements in cephalopods.
J. Z. Young1977The nervous system of Loligo. III. Higher motor centre: the basal supraoesophageal lobes.
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N. Yoshikawa1978Fisheries in Japan, squid and cuttlefish.
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