Literature References

AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
A. Appellöf1893Die Schalen von Sepia, Spirula und Nautilus, Studien uber den Bau und was Wachsthum
F. A. Bather1895The habits of the young Sepia
L. Cuenot1917Sepia officinalis Est Une Espece En Voie De Dissociation
G. Grimpe1926Biologische boebachtungen an Sepia officinalis
S. Ranzi1931Sull'indipendenza dell'istogenesi dall'organogenesi
L. Cuenot1933La Seiche Commune De La Mediterranee Stude Sur La Naissance D'une Espece
W. Adam1936Notes sur les cephalopodes, XVII. A propos de Octopus robsoni Winckworth, 1936
R. Bott, Frankfurt A. M.1938Kopula und eiablagie von Sepia officinalis L.
L. Tinbergen1939On the reproductive ethology of Sepia officinalis L. (Zur fortpflanzungsethologie von Sepia officinalis L.)
D. H. Tompsett1939Sepia
W. Holmes1940The colour changes and colour patterns of Sepia officinalis
F. K. Sanders, Young J. Z.1940Learning and other functions of the higher nervous centres of Sepia
I. Schwinck1955Vergleich des redox-Ppgmentes aus chromatophoren und retina von Sepia officinalis mit insektenpigmenten der ommochromgruppe
M. J. Wells1958Factors affecting reactions to mysis by newly hatched Sepia
M. J. Wells1962Early learning in Sepia
P. Buchner1965Symbiosis in luminous animals
A. Richard1966Biologie-la temperature, facteur externe essential de croissance pour le Cephalopode Sepia officinalis L.
A. Richard1966Biologie-la action de la temputure sur l'evolution genitale de Sepia officinals L.
A. Richard1967Biologie-role de la photoperiode dans le determinisme de la maturation genitale femalle du Cephalopode Sepia officinalis L.
V. C. Barber1967A neurosecretory tissue in Octopus
J. B. Messenger1968Aberrant egg-laying in the cuttlefish: a note
M. Burton, Burton R.1969Cuttlefish
J. B. Messenger1970Optomotor responses and nystagmus in intact, blinded and statocystless cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis L.)
J. B. Messenger1971Two-stage recovery of a response in Sepia
K. Okada1971New Illustrated Encylopedia of the Fauna of Japan
J. B. Messenger1973Learning performance and brain structure: a study in development
J. B. Messenger1973Learning in the cuttlefish, Sepia
B. U. Budelmann1975Gravity receptor function in Cephalopods with particular reference to Sepia officinalis
A. Richard1975L'elevage de la seiche (Sepia officinalis L., Mollusque Cephalopode)
S. von Boletzky1975Spawning behaviour independent of egg maturity in a Cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis Linnaeus)
J. B. Messenger1977Prey-capture and learning in the cuttlefish, Sepia
D. M. Ross, von Boletzky S.1979The association between the Pagurid daradanus arrosor and the Actinian calliactis parasitica. Recovery of activity in "inactive" D. arrosor in the presence of cephalopods
B. D. Corner, Moore H. T.1980[TITLE BLANK]
N. J. Abbott, Bundgaard, M., Cesar, H. F.1981Fine-structural evidence for a glial blood-brain barrier to protein in the cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis
N. J. Abbott, Bundgaard, M., Cesar, H. F.1982Experimental study of the blood-brain barrier in the cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis L.
W. Dohle, Weigmann, G., Zerbst-Boroffka, I. Z.1982Zum ontogenetischen auftreten von ectodermalen vesikeln bei dibranchiaten Cephalopoden
P. Duval, Chichery, M. - P., Chichery, R.1984Prey capture by the Cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis L.): An experimental study of two strategies
G. Papaccio, Pisanti F. A.1984Scanning electron microscopy of the Cephalopod gill: A vascular cast study
C. Kalavati, Narasimhamurti, C. C., Suseela, T.1984Four new species of mesozoan parasites from cephalopods of Bay of Bengal
M. Nixon1985Capture of prey, diet and feeding of Sepia officinalis and Octopus vulgaris (Mollusca, Cephalopoda) from hatchling to adult
A. Guerra1985Food of the Cuttlefish Sepia officinalis and S. elegans in the Ria de Vigo (NW Spain) (Mollusca: Cephalopoda)
M. Moynihan1985[TITLE BLANK]
M. A. C. Roeleveld, Liltved W. R.1985A new Species of Sepia (Cephalopoda: Sepiidae) from South Africa
J. A. Mather1986A female-dominated feeding hierarchy in juvenile Sepia officinalis in the laboratory
J. A. Mather1986Sand digging in Sepia officinalis: assessment of a cephalopod mollusc's "fixed" behavior pattern
R. C. Anderson1987Cephalopods at the Seattle Aquarium
R. T. Hanlon, Budelmann B. U.1987Why Cephalopods are probably not "Deaf"
N. J. Abbott, Bundgaard M.1987Microvessel surface area, density and dimensions in brain and mussel of the Cephalopod, Sepia officinalis
A. Guerra, Castro B. G.1988On the life cycle of Sepia officinalis (Cephalopoda, Sepioidea) in the ria de Vigo (NW Spain)
S. von Boletzky1988Preliminary observations on laboratory-reared Sepia orbignyana (Mollusca, Cephalopoda)

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