Literature References

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Anonymous1969Scientists seek antidote for ocean's deadliest killer.
R. Alvarado, Gonzales-Santander R.1969Contribucion al conocimiento ultraestructural del sistema vascular de los cefalopodos.
J. M. Arnold1969Some aspects of hole-boring predation by Octopus vulgaris.
S. A. Ashraf1969On cephalopods of Pakistan.
S. V. Boletzky1969Ontogenesis in Octopus spp.
S. V. Boletzky, Boletzky M. V. V.1969First results in rearing Octopus joubini Robson, 1929.
E. Boucaud-Camou1969Localization of amalayse and proteonase activity in the digestive organs of Sepia officinalis L.
Z. J. A. Castellanos, Menni R. C.1969Nota premliminar sobre distribucion de los cefalopodos del atlantico sudoccidental.
M. R. Clarke1969Cephalopoda collected on the Sond cruise.
R. W. Dexter1969Studies on the food habits of whiting, redfish, and pollock in the Gulf of Maine.
C. Edmonds1969A non-fatal case of blue-ringed octopus bite.
S. Katsumi, Kanna K.1969Studies on muscle protiens of Octopus.
K. W. Kenyon1969The sea otter in the eastern Pacific Ocean.
M. G. Larraneta, Suau, P., San Feliu, J. M.1969Experiencias de selectividad en la pesqueria de arrastre en al Levante espanol.
M. Legac1969Some observations on the building up of hiding places by the Octopus vulgaris Lam. in the chanel region of the north-eastern Adriatic.
L. A. Meginniss, Wells M. J.1969The oxygen consumption of Octopus cyanea.
M. Nixon1969Growth of the beak and radula of Octopus vulgaris.
M. Nixon1969The lifespan of Octopus vulgaris, Lamarck.
M. Nixon1969The time and frequency of responses by Octopus vulgaris to an automaticfood dispenser.
T. Okutani1969Synopsis of bathyal and abyssal megalo-invertebrates from Sagami Bay and the south off Boso Peninsula trawled by the R/V Soyo-Maro.
A. Packard1969Visual acuity and eye growth in Octopus vulgaris (Lamarck).
P. Person, Philpott D. E.1969The nature and significance of invertebrate cartilages.
K. V. Rao1969Distribution pattern of the major exploited marine fishery resources of India.
R. Sarvesan1969Some observations on parental care in Octopus dollfusi Robson (Cephalopoda: Octopodidae).
R. B. Short, Hochberg F. G.1969Two new species of Dicyemennea (Mesozoa: Dicyemidae) from Kaikoura, New Zealand.
R. B. Short, Powell E. C.1969Dicyemennea eltanini sp.n. (Mesozoa: Dicyemidae) from Antarctic waters..
M. E. Socastro1969Observations on the structural and functional significance of the brachial muscles in cephalopods.
S. K. Sutherland, Lane W. R.1969Toxins and mode of envenomation of the common ringed or blue-banded octopus.
P. B. Taylor, Chen L. C.1969Predator-prey relationship between octopus and scorpionfish.
M. J. Wells, Wells J.1969Pituitary analogue in the octopus.
M. J. Wells, Young J. Z.1969The effect of splitting part of the brain or removal of the median inferior frontal lobe on touch learning in Octopus.
M. J. Wells, Young J. Z.1969Learning at different rates of training in the Octopus.
G. E. G. Westermann1969Supplement: Sexual dimorphism, migration and segregation in living cephalopods, pp. 18-19.
K. Mangold-Wirz1969Cephalopod beaks-their taxonomic, biological and economic significance..
J. Wodinsky1969Penetration of the shell and feeding on gastropods by Octopus.
J. L. Yarnall1969Aspects of the behavior of Octopus cyanea.
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