Literature References

Authorssort descendingYearTitle
Anonymous1960The visual system of Octopus
Anonymous1960Antarctic and Subantarctic Mollusca - Cephalopoda.
W. Adam1960The cephalopods of the French Institute in Black Africa-II.
L. Arvy1960Histoenzymological data on the digestive tract of Octopus vulgaris Lamarck (Cephalopoda).
B. B. Boycott1960Functioning of the statocysts of Octopus vulgaris
B. B. Boycott1960The functioning of the statocysts of Octopus vulgaris.
F. Ghiretti1960Toxicity of octopus saliva against crustacea
E. G. Gray1960Mechanically excitable receptor units in the mantle of the octopus and their connexions
S. J. Hubbard1960Hearing and the octopus statocyst
S. J. Hubbard1960Hearing and the Octopus statocyst
H. E. Kumpf1960Arm abnormality in octopus
H. E. Kumpf1960Arm abnormality in Octopus.
B. H. McConnaughey1960The rhombogen phase of Dicyema sullivani McConnaughey (Mesozoa: Dicyemidae).
M. F. Moody, Parriss J. R.1960The visual system of Octopus. Discrimination of polarized light by Octopus
N. S. Sutherland1960Theories of shape discrimination in Octopus
W. S. Sutherland1960Theories of shape descrimination in Octopus.
G. L. Voss1960Potentialities for an octopus and squid fishery in the West Indies.
G. L. Voss, Voss N. A.1960An ecological survey of the marine invertebrates of Bimini, Bahamas, with a consideration of their zoogeographical relationships.
M. J. Wells1960Proprioception and visual discrimination of orientation in Octopus
F. Welsch, Moorhead M.1960The quantitative distribution of 5 hydroxytryptamine in the invertebrates, especially in their nervous system
J. Z. Young1960The visual system of Octopus
J. Z. Young1960Rates of establishment of representations in the memory of octopuses with and without vertical lobes
J. Z. Young1960Unit processes in the formation of representations in the memory of Octopus
J. Z. Young1960The statocysts of Octopus vulgaris.
J. Z. Young1960The failures of discrimination learning following the removal of the vertical lobes in Octopus.
J. Z. Young1960Observations on Argonauta and especially its method of feeding.
J. Z. Young1960Unit processes in the formation of representations in the memory of Octopus.
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