Literature References

AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
R. T. Hanlon, Budelmann B. U.1987Why Cephalopods are probably not "Deaf"
B. U. Budelmann, Sachse, M., Staudigl, M.1987The angular acceleration receptor system of the statocyst of Octopus vulgaris: morphometry, ultrastructure, and neuronal and synaptic organization
B. U. Budelmann, Williamson, R., Auerbach, B.1987Structure and function of the angular acceleration receptor system of Octopus with special reference to its efferent innervation
B. U. Budelmann, Young J. Z.1987Brain pathways of the brachial nerves of Sepia and Loligo
B. U. Budelmann, Sachse, M., Staudigl, M.1987The angular acceleration receptor system of the statocyst of Octopus vulgaris: morphometry, ultrastructure and neuronal and synaptic organization.
R. T. Hanlon, Budelmann B. U.1987Why cephalopods are probably not "deaf".
B. U. Budelmann, Williamson, R., Auerbach, B.1987Structure and function of the angular acceleration receptor system of octopus with special reference to its efferent innervation, pp. 165-168.
B. U. Budelmann, Young J. Z.1987Brain pathways of the brachial nerves of Sepia and Loligo.
B. U. Budelmann1987Morphological diversity of equilibrium receptor systems in aquatic invertebrates, pp. 757-782.
B. U. Budelmann1988Morphological diversity of equilibrium receptor systems in aquatic invertebrates
B. U. Budelmann1988Chapter 30 - Morphological diversity of equilibrium receptor systems in aquatic invertebrates
B. U. Budelmann, Bleckmann H.1988A lateral line analogue in cephalopods: water waves generate microphonic potentials in the epidermal head lines of Sepia and Lolliguncula.
B. U. Budelmann1988Morphological diversity of equilibrium receptor systems in aquatic invertebrates, pp. 757-782.
B. U. Budelmann1989Hydrodynamic receptor systems in invertebrates
B. U. Budelmann1989Hydrodynamic receptor systems in invertebrates, pp. 607-631.
R. T. Hanlon, Cooper, K. M., Budelmann, B. U., Pappas, T. C.1990Physiological color change in squid iridophores. I. Behavior, morphology and pharmacology in Lolliguncula brevis
K. M. Cooper, Hanlon, R. T., Budelmann, B. U.1990Physiological color change in squid iridophores II. Ultrastructural mechanisms in Lolliguncula brevis
R. T. Hanlon, Cooper, K. M., Budelmann, B. U., Pappas, T. C.1990Physiological color change in squid iridophores I. Behavior, morphology and pharmacology in Lolliguncula brevis
H. Bleckmann, Budelmann B. U.1990On the senses of the cuttlefish: a lateral line system in cephalopods
A. Novicki, Budelmann, B. U., Hanlon, R. T.1990Brain pathways of the chromatophore system in the squid Lolligoncula brevis
A. Novicki, Budelmann, B. U., Hanlon, R. T.1990Brain pathways of the chromatophore system in the squid Lolliguncula brevis.
R. T. Hanlon, Cooper, K. M., Budelmann, B. U.1990Physiological color change in squid iridiophores. I. Behavior, morphology, and pharmocology in Lolliguncula brevis.
K. M. Cooper, Hanlon, R. T., Budelmann, B. U.1990Physiological color change in squid iridiophores. II. Ultrastructural mechanisms in Lolliguncula brevis.
H. Bleckmann, Budelmann B. U.1990Vom sinn der kopffussler: seitenliniensystem bei cephalopoden.
B. U. Budelmann1990The statocysts of squid, pp. 421-439.
H. Bleckmann, Budelmann B. U.1990On the senses of the cuttlefish.
B. U. Budelmann, Riese, U., Bleckmann, H.1991Structure, function, biological significance of the Cuttlefish "Lateral Lines"
B. U. Budelmann, Riese, U., Bleckmann, H.1991Structure, function, biological signigicance of the cuttlefish "lateral lines", pp. 201-209.
H. Bleckmann, Budelmann, B. U., Bullock, T. H.1991Peripheral and central nervous responses evoked by small water movements in a cephalapod.
T. H. Bullock, Budelmann B. U.1991Sensory evoked potentials in unanesthetized unrestrained cuttlefish: a new preparation for brain physiology in cephalopods.
R. Williamson, Budelmann B. U.1991Convergent inputs to Octopus oculomotor neurones demonstrated in a brain slice preparation.
B. U. Budelmann1992Chapter 10 Hearing in nonarthropod invertebrates
B. U. Budelmann1992Chapter 9 Hearing in Crustacea
A. Novicki, Messenger, J. B., Budelmann, B. U., Terrell, M. L., Kadekaro, M.1992[14 C]Deoxyglucose labeling of functional activity in the cephalopod central nervous system
B. U. Budelmann, Young J. Z.1993The oculomotor system of decapod cephalopods: eye muscles, eye muscles nerves, and the oculomotor neurons in the central nervous system
B. U. Budelmann1994Cephalopod sense organs, nerves and the brain: adaptations for high performance and life style
B. U. Budelmann, Williamson R.1994Directional sensitivity of hair cell afferents in the Octopus statocyst
Y. Tu, Budelmann B. U.1994The effect of l-glutamate on the afferent resting activity in the cephalopod statocyst
G. P. Ferguson, Messenger, J. B., Budelmann, B. U.1994Gravity and light influence the countershading reflexes of the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis
G. P. Ferguson, Messenger, J. B., Budelmann, B. U.1994Gravity and light influence the countershading reflexes of the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis.
B. U. Budelmann, Williamson R.1994Directional sensitivity of hair cell afferents in the octopus statocyst.
B. U. Budelmann1994Cephalopod sense organs, nerves and the brain: Adaptations for high performance and lifestyle.
B. U. Budelmann, Bullock, T. H., Williamson, R.1995Chapter 24 - Cephalopod brains: promising preparations for brain physiology
T. Preuss, Budelmann B. U.1995Proprioceptive hair cells on the neck of the squid Lolligoncula bravis: a sense organ in cephalopods for the control of head-to-body position
T. Preuss, Budelmann B. U.1995A dorsal light reflex in a squid
B. U. Budelmann1995The cephlopod nervous system: what evolution has made of the molluscan design
B. U. Budelmann1995The cephalopod nervous system: What evolution has made of the molluscan design.
B. U. Budelmann, Bullock, T. H., Williamson, R.1995Cephalopod brains: promising preparations for brain physiology.
B. U. Budelmann1996Active marine predators: the sensory world of cephalopods
B. U. Budelmann, Schipp, R., von Boletzky, S.1997Cephalopoda

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