Literature References

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P. Adams, Hanlon, R. T., Forsythe, J. W.1989Toxic exposure to ethylene dibromide and mercuric choloride: Effects on laboratory-reared octopuses
C. Agnisola, Cariello, C., de Santis, A.1989Chronotropic and inotropic effects of atrial peptides in the isolated systemic heart of Octopus vulgaris.
C. Agnisola, Conte, M., Acierno, R., Tota, B.1989Effects of cardiodilation 1-16 and ANF on the coronary flow in the isolated systematic heart of Octopus vulgaris
A. I. Arkhipkin, Shchetinnikov A. S.1989Fauna and distribution of the young and adult pelagic Cephalopoda of the Gulf of Guinea.
F. Arocha1989Comparitive study in Octopus radulae using scanning electronmicroscopy
F. Arocha1989Comparitive study in Octopus radulae using scanning electron microscopy.
F. Arocha1989Cephalopoda resources of Venezuela.
R. B. Aronson1989The ecology of Octopus briareus Robson in a Bahamian saltwater lake
R. B. Aronson1989The ecology of Octopus briareus in Bahamian saltwater lake.
R. B. Aronson1989The ecology of Octopus briareus Robson in a Bahamian saltwater lake.
F. Bavendam1989La tete et les tentacules.
S. V. Boletzky1989Determining factors in cephalopod migrations.
S. V. Boletzky1989Recent studies on spawning, embryonic development, and hatchling in the Cephalopoda.
O. Brix, Bardgard, A., Cau, A., Colosimo, A.1989Oxygen-binding properties of cephalopod blood with special reference to environmental temperatures and ecological distribution.
B. U. Budelmann1989Hydrodynamic receptor systems in invertebrates, pp. 607-631.
J. F. Caddy1989A brief review of the distribution of world cephalopods and recent trends in fisheries as judged from FAO information sources, pp. 10-25.
R. H. DeRusha, Forsythe, J. W., Dimarco, F. P.1989Alternate diets for maintaining and rearing cephalopods in captivity.
J. D. Felley, Vecchione, M., Gaston, G. R., Felley, S.1989Habitat selection by demersal nekton: analysis of videotape data.
C. H. Fiscus, Rice, D. W., Wolman, A. A.1989Cephalopods from the stomachs of sperm whales taken off California.
J. R. Fontan1989Industry structure: Spain, pp. 74-77.
A. Ghanahalla1989Industry structure: Mauritania, pp. 78-79.
I. G. Gleadall1989An octopus with only seven arms: anatomical details.
J. Goud1989Een bijzondere waarneming tijdens de Rode Zee-reis. Luminescente bij Tremoctopus violaceus: een pelagische octopussoort
M. Haimovici, Perez, J. A. A., Costa, P. A. S.1989A review of cephalopods occuring in the waters of Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil with first record of four species.
R. T. Hanlon, Wolterding M. R.1989Behavior, body patterning, growth and life history of Octopus briareus cultured in the laboratory
R. T. Hanlon, Bidwell, J. P., Tait, R.1989Stronium is required for statolith development and thus normal swimming behavior of hatchling cephalopods.
R. T. Hanlon, Wolterding M. R.1989Behavior, body patterning, growth and life history of Octopus briareus cultured in the laboratory.
J. M. Healy1989Spermatozoa of the deep-sea cephalopod Vampyroteuthis infernalis Chun: ultrastructure and possible phylogenetic significance.
H. Hebras, Pollero R. J.1989Blood lipids of the small octopus, Octopus tehuelchus (Mollusca, Cephalopoda) at different stages of sexual maturation
H. Heras, Pollero R. J.1989Blood lipids of the small octopus, Octopus tehuelchus (Mollusca, Cephalopoda) at different stages of sexual maturation.
P. Jereb, Ragonese, S., Mulone, R.1989Su due esemplari anomali di Scaeurgus unicirrhus (Mollusca Cephalopoda)
P. Jereb, Ragonese, S., Mulone, R.1989Su due esemplari anomali di Scaeurgus unicirrhus (Mollusca, Cephalopoda).
T. Kokubo1989Product and market development: the potential for added value - Japan and USA, pp. 181-184.
T. Kubodera, Shimazaki K.1989Cephalopods from the stomach contents of the pomfret (Brama japonica Hilgendorf) caught in the surface gillnets in the northern North Pacific.
J. B. D. Laguna1989The cephalopod resources of the Saharan Bank - the current situation and prospects, pp. 26-39.
G. Lambert, Gustella L.1989The kingdom of the octopus.
M. R. Lipinski, Jackson S.1989Surface-feeding on cephalopods by procellariiform seabirds in the southern Benguela region, South Africa.
I. Loch1989Gourmet octopus.
F. Marquis1989Die embryoalentwicklung des nervensystems von Octopus vulgaris Lam. (Cephalopoda, Octopoda), eine histologische analyse.
N. G. McDaniel1989Call of the wild, arms and the man.
R. D. Miguel1989EEC policy now and after 1992, and the impact on cephalopod fishery markets, pp. 103-106.
W. R. A. Muntz, Gwyther J.1989Visual acuity of Octopuses for gratings of different orientations
W. R. A. Muntz, Gwyther J.1989The visual acuity of octopuses for gratings of different orientations.
K. N. Nesis1989Teuthofauna of the Okhotsk Sea. Distribution and biology of non-coastal species.
R. Kortbech-Olesen1989Major world markets for cephalopod products; market characteristics and market prospects, pp. 67-73.
J. P. de Parada1989Product and market development, the potential for added value - Mediterranean, pp. 137-139.
W. F. Rathjen1989Overview of cephalopod harvest and handling technology, pp. 107-120.
M. E. Re1989Estudios ecológicos sobre el Crecimiento y la alimentatiónde Octopus tehuelchus d'Orsignyeb Puerto Lobos, Golfo San Matias.
C. A. D. S. Reis1989Portugal's cephalopod resources and fishing methods, pp. 9-9a.
R. Boucher-Rodoni1989Oxygen uptake and amonia excretion by Nautilus macromphalus.

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