Literature References

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Anonymous1996New squid on the block.
Anonymous1980Alcohol may help keep squid alive.
Anonymous1976Why squid light up.
Anonymous1970Lack of squid hampers study into human nervous system.
E. W. Abrahamson, Fager, R. S., Mason, W. T.1974Comparative properties of vertebrate and invertebrate photoreceptors.
W. H. Akaka, Houck B. A.1980The use of an ultrasonic monitor for recording locomotor activity.
F. A. Aldrich1968On regeneration of the tentacular arm of the giant squid Architeuthis dux Steenstrup (Decapoda, Architeuthidae).
J. S. Altman, Nixon M.1970Uses of beaks and radula by Octopus vulgaris in feeding.
T. Amaratunga, Durward R. D.1979Standardization of data collection for the short finned squid, Illex illecebrosus.
T. Amaratunga, Neilson, J. D., Gillis, D. J.1979Food and feeding of the short finned squid, Illex illecebrosus, on the Scotian shelf in 1978.
R. C. Anderson1996Sedating and euthanizing octopuses.
P. L. R. Andrews, Messenger, J. B., Tansey, E. M.1983The chromatic and motor effects of neurotransmitter injection in intact and brain-lesioned Octopus.
P. L. R. Andrews, Packard A.1982A physiologically discrete population of chromatophores in Octopus vulgaris (Mollusca).
P. L. R. Andrews, Tansey E. M.1983The digestive tract of Octopus vulgaris: the anatomy, physiology and pharmacology of the upper tract.
P. L. R. Andrews, Tansey E. M.1981The effects of some anaesthetic agents in Octopus vulgaris.
J. M. Andriguetto, Haimovici M.1988Effects of fixation and preservation methods of the morphology of a loliginid squid (Cephalopoda: Myopsida),
G. F. Arata1954A note on the flying behavior of certain squids.
H. Araya, Kawasaki S.1962On the locomotion of the squids, Ommastrephes sloani pacificus (Steenstrup), in the Okhotsk Sea along the coast of Hokkaido during the autumn of 1961.
J. M. Arnold1984Closure of the squid cornea: A muscular basis for embryonic tissue movement.
J. M. Arnold1971Cleavage furrow formation in a telolecithal egg (Loligo pealeii). II. Direct evidence for a contraction of the cleavage furrow base.
J. M. Arnold1969Cleavage furrow formation in a telolecithal egg (Loligo pealeii) I. Filaments in early furrow formation.
J. M. Arnold1967Fine structure of the development of the cephalopod lens.
J. M. Arnold1965The inductive role of the yolk epithelium in the development of the squid, Loligo pealeii (LeSueur).
J. M. Arnold1963Developmental analysis of the cephalopod embryo.
J. M. Arnold, Willams-Arnold, L. D., Peters, V.1978Fusion of tissue masses in embryogenesis. A scanning electron microscope study of funnel development in the squid Loligo pealeii.
J. M. Arnold, Williams-Arnold L. D.1980Development of the ciliature pattern on the embryo of the squid Loligo pealei: a scanning electron microscope study.
J. M. Arnold, Young R. E.1974Ultrastructure of a cephalopod photophore. I. Structure of the photogenic tissue.
L. Arvy1960Histoenzymological data on the digestive tract of Octopus vulgaris Lamarck (Cephalopoda).
J. Baldwin, England W. R.1980A comparison of anaerobic energy metabolism in mantle and tentacle muscle of the blue-ringed octopus, Hapalochlaena maculosa, during swimming.
P. T. Banas, Smith, D. E., Biggs, D. C.1982An association between a pelagic octopod, Argonauta sp. Linnaeus, 1758, and aggregate salps.
K. Bandel1981The structure and formation of the siphuncular tube of Quenstedtoceras compared with that of Nautilus (Cephalopoda).
K. Bandel, Boletzky S. V.1979A comparative study of the structure, development and morphological relationships of chambered cephalopod shells.
V. C. Barber1968The structure of Mollusc statocysts, with particular reference to cephalopods.
V. C. Barber, Graziadei P.1965The fine structure of cephalopod blood vessels.
V. C. Barber, Wright D. E.1969The fine structure of the sense organs of the cephalopod mollusc Nautilus.
E. J. Batham1957Care of eggs by Octopus maorum.
W. B. Benham1944The octopodous mollusca of New Zealand- IV.
W. B. Benham1943The Octopodous Mollusca of New Zealand- II.
W. B. Benham1942Octopodous Mollusca of New Zealand. I. The midget octopus of the coastal waters.
S. S. Berry1912On a cephalopod new to California with a note on another species.
A. M. Bidder1957Evidence for an absorptive function in the "liver" of Octopus vulgaris Lam.
A. M. Bidder1950The digestive mechanism of the European squids Loligo vulgaris, Loligo forbesii, Alloteuthis media, and Alloteuthis subulata.
S. V. Boletzky, Hanlon R. T.1983A review of the laboratory maintenance, rearing and culture of cephalopod molluscs.
A. Bolognari1951Sulla genesi degli elementi figurati del sangue dei Molluschi Cefalopodi.
A. Bolognari1951Morfologia, struttura e funzione del "Corpo Bianco" dei cefalopodi. 2. Struttura e funzione.
C. Bonaventura, Bonaventura, J., Miller, K. I.1981Hemocyanin of the chambered nautilus: structure-function relationships..
K. T. Borer1971Control of food intake in Octopus briareus Robson.
K. T. Borer, Lane C. E.1971Oxygen requirements of Octopus briareus Robson at different temperatures and oxygen concentrations.
P. C. Boulet1991The future of the cuttlefish in biomedical research, pp. 297-298. [Abstract]
B. B. Boycott1960The functioning of the statocysts of Octopus vulgaris.

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