Literature References

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1986Communication and noncommunication by Cephalopods
1980Etude du compartement moteur de la seiche Sepia officinalis L. (Mollusque Cephalopode)
J. Abbott, Bundgaard M.1988Invertebrate barriers, common cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis
N. J. Abbott, Bundgaard M.1987Microvessel surface area, density and dimensions in brain and mussel of the Cephalopod, Sepia officinalis
N. J. Abbott, Bundgaard, M., Cesar, H. F.1982Experimental study of the blood-brain barrier in the cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis L.
N. J. Abbott, Bundgaard, M., Cesar, H. F.1981Fine-structural evidence for a glial blood-brain barrier to protein in the cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis
W. Adam1966Cephalopoda from the Mediterranean Sea
W. Adam1951Les cephalopodes de l'institate francais d'atrique noire
W. Adam1940Les races de la seiche commune (Sepia officinalis Linne)
W. Adam1939Notes sur les cephalopodes, XI. Sepia bandensis sp. Nov.
W. Adam1936Notes sur les cephalopodes, XVII. A propos de Octopus robsoni Winckworth, 1936
W. Adam1933Notes sur les cephalopodes. III. Les céphalopodes du sud de la mer du Nord
S. A. Adamo, Brown, W. M., King, A. J., Mather, J. A., Mather, D. L., Shoemaker, K. L., Wood, J. B.2000Agonistic and reproductive behaviors of the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis in a semi-natural environment
S. A. Adamo, Hanlon R. T.1996Do cuttlefish (Cephalopoda) signal their intentions to conspecifics during agonistic encounters?
V. Agin, Chichery, R., Chichery, M. P.2001Effects of learning on cytochrome oxidase activity in cuttlefish brain
V. Agin, Chichery, R., Chichery, M. P.2000Effects of learning and memory on regional brain variations of cytochrome oxidase activity in Sepia officinalis
V. Agin, Dickel, L., Chichery, R., Chichery, M. P.1998Evidence for a specific short-term memory in the cuttlefish, Sepia
C. Agnisola, Salvadore, S., Scardi, V.1981On the occurrence of cellulolytic activity in the digestive gland of some marine carnivorous Molluscs
P. Aldhous1989Lateral thinking reveals common sense
J. S. Alexandrowicz1965The neurosecretory system of the vena cava in Cephalopoda - II. Sepia officinalis and Octopus vulgaris
J. S. Alexandrowicz1960Innervation of the hearts of Sepia officinalis
F. Andaloro, Pipitone C.1997Food and feeding habits of the amberjack, Seriola dumerli in the Central Mediterranean Sea during the spawning season
R. C. Anderson1987Cephalopods at the Seattle Aquarium
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, Messenger, J. B., Tansey, E. M.1981Colour changes on cephalopods after neurotransmitter injection onto the cephalic aorta
A. Appellöf1887Om skalets bildning hos Sepia officinalis L.
K. Arkley, Jacklin, M. S., Boulter, M., Tower, J.1996The sea fish industry authority: seafish technology
M. Bakhayokho1991The cuttlefish Sepia officinalis Hierredda tagging method
T. P. Banning, Heard C. M.2002Binding of doxycycline to keratine, melanin and human epidermal tissue
V. C. Barber1968The structure of molluscm statocysts, with particular reference to Cephalopods
V. C. Barber1967A neurosecretory tissue in Octopus
V. C. Barber, Graziadei P.1965The fine structure of cephalopod blood vessels. I. Some smaller peripheral vessals
C. Bas, Guerra A.1976Catch and effort statistics and length frequency distributions regarding the Spanish cephalopod fishery in the Cecaf region
F. A. Bather1895The habits of the young Sepia
C. Bellanger, Dauphin, F., Belzunces, L. P., Chichery, R.1998Parallel regional quantification of choline acetyltransferase and cholinesterase activity in the central nervous system of an invertebrate (Sepia officinalis)
J. Bellingham, Morris, A. G., Hunt, D. M.1998The rhodopsin gene of the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis: sequence and spectral tuning
P. Bert1865Physiologie de la Seiche
V. Bettencourt, Guerra A.2001Age studies based on daily growth increments in statoliths and growth lamellae in cuttlebone of cultured Sepia officinalis
V. Bettencourt, Guerra A.1999Carbon- and oxygen-isotope composition of the cuttlebone of Sepis officinalis: a tool for predicting ecological information
K. Beuerlein, Westermann, B., Schipp, R.2000Hemocyanin re-uptake in the renal and branchial heart appendages of the coleoid cephalopod Sepia officinalis
K. Beuerlin, Schimmelpfennig, R., Westermann, B., Ruth, P., Schipp, R.1998Cytobiological studies on hemocyanin metabolism in the branchial heart complex of the common cuttlefish Sepia officinalis (Cephalopoda, Dibranchiata)
K. Beuerlin, Schipp R.1998Cytomorphological aspects on the response of the branchial heart complex of Sepia officinalis L. (Cephalopoda) to xenobiotics and bacterial infection
K. Beuret, Straub J. O.1992Reproduction in cuttlefish
A. M. Bidder1976New names for old: the cephalopod "mid-gut gland"
A. Blanc, Daguzan J.1998Artificial surfaces for cuttlefish eggs (Sepia officinalis L.) in Morbihan Bay, France
B. Blanchier, Boucaud-Camou E.1984Lipids in the digestive gland and the gonad of immature and mature Sepia officinalis (Mollusca: Cephalopoda)
B. Blanchier, Boucaud-Camou E.1982Contenu lipidique de la glande digestive de Sepia officinalis L. A maturite sexuelle
B. Blanchier, Boucaud-Camou, E., Silberzahn, P.1986Comparative study of the sterol composition of the digestive gland and the gonad of Sepia officinalis L. (Mollusca, Cephalopoda)
J. G. Boal1996Absence of social recognition in laboratory-reared cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis L. (Mollusca: Cephalopoda)
J. G. Boal, Golden D. K.1999Distance chemoreception in the common cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis (Mollusca: Cephalopoda)


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