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    1. Grimm, B; Paill, W
      Spatial distribution and home-range of the pest slug Arion lusitanicus (Mollusca : Pulmonata)

      ACTA OECOLOGICA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    2. Grewal, PS; Grewal, SK; Taylor, RAJ; Hammond, RB
      Application of molluscicidal nematodes to slug shelters: A novel approach to economic biological control of slugs

      BIOLOGICAL CONTROL
    3. Joly, P; Miaud, C; Lehmann, A; Grolet, O
      Habitat matrix effects on pond occupancy in newts

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    4. Henninger, TO; Hodgson, AN
      Foraging activity of Helcion pruinosus (Patellogastropoda) on a South African boulder shore

      JOURNAL OF MOLLUSCAN STUDIES
    5. Sunderman, FW
      Review: Nasal toxicity, carcinogenicity, and olfactory uptake of metals

      ANNALS OF CLINICAL AND LABORATORY SCIENCE
    6. Bonadonna, F; Spaggiari, J; Weimerskirch, H
      Could osmotaxis explain the ability of blue petrels to return to their burrows at night?

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    7. Atkinson, JW
      Behavioral responses to a change in stimulus: transport vs. attack behavior in a carnivorous land snail, Haplotrema concavum

      INVERTEBRATE BIOLOGY
    8. Slotnick, B; Glover, P; Bodyak, N
      Does intranasal application of zinc sulfate produce anosmia in the rat?

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    9. Del Seppia, C; Luschi, P; Ghione, S; Crosio, E; Choleris, E; Papi, F
      Exposure to a hypogeomagnetic field or to oscillating magnetic fields similarly reduce stress-induced analgesia in C57 male mice

      LIFE SCIENCES
    10. Guillaume, O
      Role of chemical communication and behavioural interactions among conspecifics in the choice of shelters by the cave-dwelling salamander Proteus anguinus (Caudata, Proteidae)

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE ZOOLOGIE
    11. Kasigwa, PF
      Dispersion factors in the arboreal snail Sitala jenynsi (Gastropoda : Ariophantidae)

      SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    12. Kasigwa, PF
      Snail arboreality: the microdistribution of Sitala jenynsi (Gastropoda : Ariophantidae)

      SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    13. Stamps, JA; Krishnan, VV
      A learning-based model of territory establishment

      QUARTERLY REVIEW OF BIOLOGY
    14. Allaerts, W
      Local and global patterns during morphogenesis of the retinotectal topographical mapping in the vertebrate brain

      ACTA BIOTHEORETICA
    15. Sigling, HO; van Engeland, H; Gispen, WH; Spruijt, BM
      Attachment in rat pups, an experimental approach.

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    16. FREAKE MJ
      VARIATION IN HOMEWARD ORIENTATION PERFORMANCE IN THE SLEEPY LIZARD (TILIQUA-RUGOSA) - EFFECTS OF SEX AND REPRODUCTIVE PERIOD

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    17. HOMMAY G; JACKY F; RITZ MF
      FEEDING-ACTIVITY OF LIMAX-VALENTIANUS FERUSSAC - NOCTURNAL RHYTHM ANDALIMENTARY COMPETITION

      Journal of molluscan studies
    18. HOMMAY G; LORVELEC O; JACKY F
      DAILY ACTIVITY RHYTHM AND USE OF SHELTER IN THE SLUGS DEROCERAS-RETICULATUM AND ARION DISTINCTUS UNDER LABORATORY CONDITIONS

      Annals of Applied Biology
    19. VANDERMEEREN GI
      PRELIMINARY ACOUSTIC TRACKING OF NATIVE AND TRANSPLANTED EUROPEAN LOBSTERS (HOMARUS-GAMMARUS) IN AN OPEN SEA LAGOON

      Marine and freshwater research
    20. BARAS E
      ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINANTS OF RESIDENCE AREA SELECTION BY BARBUS-BARBUS IN THE RIVER OURTHE

      Aquatic living resources
    21. TAKAI N; SAKAMOTO W; MAEHATA M; ARAI N; KITAGAWA T; MITSUNAGA Y
      SETTLEMENT CHARACTERISTICS AND HABITATS USE OF LAKE BIWA CATFISH SILURUS-BIWAENSIS MEASURED BY ULTRASONIC TELEMETRY

      Fisheries science
    22. DRISCOLL DA
      MOBILITY AND METAPOPULATION STRUCTURE OF GEOCRINIA-ALBA AND GEOCRINIA-VITELLINA, 2 ENDANGERED FROG SPECIES FROM SOUTHWESTERN AUSTRALIA

      Australian journal of ecology
    23. VANVUREN D; KUENZI AJ; LOREDO I; LEIDER AL; MORRISON ML
      TRANSLOCATION AS A NONLETHAL ALTERNATIVE FOR MANAGING CALIFORNIA GROUND-SQUIRRELS

      The Journal of wildlife management
    24. JHAVERI S; ERZURUMLU RS; SCHNEIDER GE
      THE OPTIC TRACT IN EMBRYONIC HAMSTERS - FASCICULATION, DEFASCICULATION, AND OTHER REARRANGEMENTS OF RETINAL AXONS

      Visual neuroscience
    25. RETAUX S; MCNEILL L; HARRIS WA
      ENGRAILED, RETINOTECTAL TARGETING, AND AXONAL PATTERNING IN THE MIDBRAIN DURING XENOPUS DEVELOPMENT - AN ANTISENSE STUDY

      Neuron
    26. NORDLANDER RH; LIU SX
      AXONS OF XENOPUS NEURAL-TUBE RESPOND TO REVERSALS OF NEURAL-TUBE ORIENTATION

      Journal of neurobiology
    27. LEUTGEB S; HUSBAND S; RITERS LV; SHIMIZU T; BINGMAN VP
      TELENCEPHALIC AFFERENTS TO THE CAUDOLATERAL NEOSTRIATUM OF THE PIGEON

      Brain research
    28. ALT W
      ELEMENTS OF A SYSTEMATIC SEARCH IN ANIMAL BEHAVIOR AND MODEL SIMULATIONS

      Biosystems
    29. DELSEPPIA C; GHIONE S; LUSCHI P; PAPI F
      EXPOSURE TO OSCILLATING MAGNETIC-FIELDS INFLUENCES SENSITIVITY TO ELECTRICAL STIMULI .1. EXPERIMENTS ON PIGEONS

      Bioelectromagnetics
    30. MOLLER P; GORNER P
      HOMING BY PATH INTEGRATION IN THE SPIDER AGELENA-LABYRINTHICA CLERCK

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    31. GALLER JR; TONKISS J; MALDONADOIRIZARRY CS
      PRENATAL PROTEIN-MALNUTRITION AND HOME ORIENTATION IN THE RAT

      Physiology & behavior
    32. BENHAMOU S
      SPATIAL MEMORY AND SEARCHING EFFICIENCY

      Animal behaviour
    33. DALLANTONIA P; LUSCHI P
      ORIENTATION OF PIGEONS EXPOSED TO CONSTANT LIGHT AND RELEASED FROM FAMILIAR SITES

      Physiology & behavior
    34. GUTHRIE S; LUMSDEN A
      MOTOR-NEURON PATHFINDING FOLLOWING RHOMBOMERE REVERSALS IN THE CHICK-EMBRYO HINDBRAIN

      Development


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