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    1. Rudd, MA
      The non-extractive economic value of spiny lobster, Panulirus argus, in the Turks and Caicos Islands

      ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
    2. Doolin, RE; Zhainazarov, AB; Ache, BW
      An odorant-suppressed Cl- conductance in lobster olfactory receptor cells

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY A-SENSORY NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Montero, P; Avalos, A; Perez-Mateos, M
      Characterization of polyphenoloxidase of prawns (Penaeus japonicus). Alternatives to inhibition: additives and high-pressure treatment

      FOOD CHEMISTRY
    4. Cate, HS; Derby, CD
      Morphology and distribution of setae on the antennules of the Caribbean spiny lobster Panulirus argus reveal new types of bimodal chemo-mechanosensilla

      CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH
    5. Briones-Fourzan, P; Lozano-Alvarez, E
      Effects of artificial shelters (Casitas) on the abundance and biomass of juvenile spiny lobsters Panulirus argus in a habitat-limited tropical reef lagoon

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    6. Dahlgren, CP; Eggleston, DB
      Spatio-temporal variability in abundance, size and microhabitat associations of early juvenile Nassau grouper Epinephelus striatus in an off-reef nursery system

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    7. Koehl, MAR; Koseff, JR; Crimaldi, JP; McCay, MG; Cooper, T; Wiley, MB; Moore, PA
      Lobster sniffing: Antennule design and hydrodynamic filtering of information in an odor plume

      SCIENCE
    8. Zhainazarov, AB; Doolin, R; Herlihy, JD; Ache, BW
      Odor-stimulated phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase in lobster olfactory receptor cells

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    9. Harrison, PJH; Cate, HS; Swanson, ES; Derby, CD
      Postembryonic proliferation in the spiny lobster antennular epithelium: Rate of genesis of olfactory receptor neurons is dependent on molt stage

      JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY
    10. Adachi, K; Hirata, T; Nagai, K; Sakaguchi, M
      Hemocyanin a most likely inducer of black spots in kuruma prawn Penaeus japonicus during storage

      JOURNAL OF FOOD SCIENCE
    11. Montero, P; Lopez-Caballero, ME; Perez-Mateos, M
      The effect of inhibitors and high pressure treatment to prevent melanosis and microbial growth on chilled prawns (Penaeus japonicus)

      JOURNAL OF FOOD SCIENCE
    12. Hansen, A; Schmidt, M
      Neurogenesis in the central olfactory pathway of the adult shore crab Carcinus maenas is controlled by sensory afferents

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    13. Sullivan, JM; Beltz, BS
      Neural pathways connecting the deutocerebrum and lateral protocerebrum in the brains of decapod crustaceans

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    14. Sullivan, JM; Beltz, BS
      Development and connectivity of olfactory pathways in the brain of the lobster Homarus americanus

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    15. Palma, AT; Steneck, RS
      Does variable coloration in juvenile marine crabs reduce risk of visual predation?

      ECOLOGY
    16. Jha, A; Homechaudhuri, S
      Understanding the gastric mill structure of a macrophagous shrimp Metapenaeus monoceros (Fabricius)

      CURRENT SCIENCE
    17. Castillo, A; Lessios, HA
      Lobster fishery by the Kuna Indians in the San Blas region of Panama (KunaYala)

      CRUSTACEANA
    18. Derby, CD; Steullet, P
      Why do animals have so many receptors? The role of multiple chemosensors in animal perception

      BIOLOGICAL BULLETIN
    19. Childress, MJ; Herrnkind, WF
      The guide effect influence on the gregariousness of juvenile Caribbean spiny lobsters

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    20. Yeung, C; Criales, MM; Lee, TN
      Unusual larval abundance of Scyllarides nodifer and Albunea sp during an intrusion of low-salinity Mississippi flood water in the Florida keys in September 1993: Insight into larval transport from upstream

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-OCEANS
    21. Li, CLJ; James, MO
      Oval bioavailability and pharmacokinetics of elimination of 9-hydroxybenzo[a]pyrene and its glucoside and sulfate conjugates after administration to male and female American lobsters, Homarus americanus

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    22. Robertson, DN; Butler, MJ; Dobbs, FC
      An evaluation of lipid- and morphometric-based indices of nutritional condition for early benthic stage spiny lobsters, Panulirus argus

      MARINE AND FRESHWATER BEHAVIOUR AND PHYSIOLOGY
    23. Grandjean, F; Souty-Grosset, C
      Genetic and morphological variation in the endangered crayfish species, Austropotamobius pallipes (Lereboullet) (Crustacea, Astacidae) from the Poitou-Charentes region (France)

      AQUATIC SCIENCES
    24. Grasso, FW; Consi, TR; Mountain, DC; Atema, J
      Biomimetic robot lobster performs chemo-orientation in turbulence using a pair of spatially separated sensors: Progress and challenges

      ROBOTICS AND AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS
    25. Shekhar, MS; Chandra, PK
      Restriction profile of amplified mitochondrial DNA of wild shrimp (Penaeusmonodon Fabricius) populations of India

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF MARINE SCIENCES
    26. Lopez-Caballero, ME; Perez-Mateos, M; Borderias, JA; Montero, P
      Extension of the shelf life of prawns (Penaeus japonicus) by vacuum packaging and high-pressure treatment

      JOURNAL OF FOOD PROTECTION
    27. Fernandez, M; Castilla, JC
      Recruitment of Homalaspis plana in intertidal habitats of central Chile and implications for the current use of Management and Marine Protected Areas

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    28. Derby, CD
      Learning from spiny lobsters about chemosensory coding of mixtures

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    29. Arzuffi, R; Salinas-Loera, C; Racotta, IS
      Food aversion learning induced by lithium chloride in the crayfish Procambarus clarkii

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    30. Wilson, DA
      Odor specificity of habituation in the rat anterior piriform cortex

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    31. Lucu, C; Devescovi, M; Skaramuca, B; Kozul, V
      Gill Na,K-ATPase in the spiny lobster Palinurus elephas and other marine osmoconformers - Adaptiveness of enzymes from osmoconformity to hyperregulation

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
    32. Loher, T; Armstrong, DA
      Effects of habitat complexity and relative larval supply on the establishment of early benthic phase red king crab (Paralithodes camtschaticus Tilesius, 1815) populations in Auke Bay, Alaska

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
    33. Mead, KS; Koehl, MAR
      Stomatopod antennule design: The asymmetry, sampling efficiency and ontogeny of olfactory flicking

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    34. McClintock, TS; Xu, FQ; Bose, SC
      Distribution of G-protein alpha subunits and neurotransmitter activation of G(alpha i) and G(alpha q) in the brain of the lobster Homarus americanus

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    35. Steullet, P; Cate, HS; Michel, WC; Derby, CD
      Functional units of a compound nose: Aesthetasc sensilla house similar populations of olfactory receptor neurons on the crustacean antennule

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    36. Lynch, TC; Phlips, EJ
      Filtration of the bloom-forming cyanobacteria Synechococcus by three sponge species from Florida Bay, USA

      BULLETIN OF MARINE SCIENCE
    37. Stockhausen, WT; Lipcius, RN; Hickey, BM
      Joint effects of larval dispersal, population regulation, marine reserve design, and exploitation on production and recruitment in the Caribbean spiny lobster

      BULLETIN OF MARINE SCIENCE
    38. Ratchford, SG; Eggleston, DB
      Temporal shift in the presence of a chemical cue contributes to a diel shift in sociality

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    39. Kelly, S; MacDiarmid, AB; Babcock, RC
      Characteristics of spiny lobster, Jasus edwardsii, aggregations in exposedreef and sandy areas

      MARINE AND FRESHWATER RESEARCH
    40. Beltz, BS
      Distribution and functional anatomy of amine-containing neurons in decapodcrustaceans

      MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE
    41. Acosta, CA
      Benthic dispersal of Caribbean spiny lobsters among insular habitats: Implications for the conservation of exploited marine species

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    42. Combes, D; Meyrand, P; Simmers, J
      Motor pattern specification by dual descending pathways to a lobster rhythm-generating network

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    43. Butler, MJ; MacDiarmid, AB; Booth, JD
      The cause and consequence of ontogenetic changes in social aggregation in New Zealand spiny lobsters

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    44. Smith, IP; Collins, KJ; Jensen, AC
      Seasonal changes in the level and diel pattern of activity in the Europeanlobster Homarus gammarus

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    45. O'Connor, NJ; Judge, ML
      Cues in salt marshes stimulate molting of fiddler crab Uca pugnax megalopae: more evidence from field experiments

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    46. Cometto-Muniz, JE; Cain, WS; Abraham, MH; Gola, JMR
      Chemosensory detectability of 1-butanol and 2-heptanone singly and in binary mixtures

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    47. Acosta, CA; Butler, MJ IV
      Adaptive strategies that reduce predation on Caribbean spiny lobster postlarvae during onshore transport

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    48. Garcia-Machado, E; Pempera, M; Dennebouy, N; Oliva-Suarez, M; Mounolou, JC; Monnerot, M
      Mitochondrial genes collectively suggest the paraphyly of crustacea with respect to insecta

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
    49. Mead, KS; Koehl, MAR; O'Donnell, MJ
      Stomatopod sniffing: the scaling of chemosensory sensillae and flicking behavior with body size

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
    50. Rogers, ME; Jani, MK; Vogt, RG
      An olfactory-specific glutathione-S-transferase in the sphinx moth Manducasexta

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    51. James, MO; Boyle, SM
      Cytochromes P450 in crustacea

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY C-PHARMACOLOGY TOXICOLOGY & ENDOCRINOLOGY
    52. Peters, LD; Nasci, C; Livingstone, DR
      Immunochemical investigations of cytochrome P450 forms/epitopes (CYP1A, 2B, 2E, 3A and 4A) in digestive gland of Mytilus sp

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY C-PHARMACOLOGY TOXICOLOGY & ENDOCRINOLOGY
    53. Lipcius, RN; Eggleston, DB; Miller, DL; Luhrs, TC
      The habitat-survival function for Caribbean spiny lobster: an inverted size effect and non-linearity in mixed algal and seagrass habitats

      MARINE AND FRESHWATER RESEARCH
    54. Minello, TJ
      Nekton densities in shallow estuarine habitats of Texas and Louisiana and the identification of essential fish habitat

      FISH HABITAT: ESSENTIAL FISH HABITAT AND REHABILITATION
    55. Herrnkind, WE; Butler, MJ; Hunt, JH
      A case for shelter replacement in a disturbed spiny lobster nursery in Florida: Why basic research had to come first

      FISH HABITAT: ESSENTIAL FISH HABITAT AND REHABILITATION
    56. GUILLORY V; HEIN S
      A REVIEW AND EVALUATION OF ESCAPE RINGS IN BLUE-CRAB TRAPS

      Journal of shellfish research
    57. Cromarty, SI; Derby, CD
      Inhibitory receptor binding events among the components of complex mixtures contribute to mixture suppression in responses of olfactory receptor neurons of spiny lobsters

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY A-SENSORY NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHYSIOLOGY
    58. Eggleston, DB; Lipcius, RN; Marshall, LS; Ratchford, SG
      Spatiotemporal variation in postlarval recruitment of the Caribbean spiny lobster in the central Bahamas: lunar and seasonal periodicity, spatial coherence, and wind forcing

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    59. MEDLEY PAH
      A DECISION-THEORY CASE-STUDY - CHOOSING A SEASON OPENING FOR A SPINY LOBSTER (PANULIRUS-ARGUS L.) FISHERY

      Fisheries research
    60. BOYLE SM; POPP MP; SMITH WC; GREENBERG RM; JAMES MO
      EXPRESSION OF CYP2L1 IN THE YEAST PICHIA-PASTORIS, AND DETERMINATION OF CATALYTIC ACTIVITY WITH PROGESTERONE AND TESTOSTERONE

      Marine environmental research
    61. TEWFIK A; GUZMAN HM; JACOME G
      DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNDANCE OF THE SPINY LOBSTER POPULATIONS (PANULIRUS-ARGUS AND PANULIRUS-GUTTATUS) IN CAYOS-COCHINOS, HONDURAS

      Revista de biologia tropical
    62. SOSACORDERO E; ARCE AM; AGUILARDAVILA W; RAMIREZGONZALEZ A
      ARTIFICIAL SHELTERS FOR SPINY LOBSTER PANULIRUS-ARGUS (LATREILLE) - AN EVALUATION OF OCCUPANCY IN DIFFERENT BENTHIC HABITATS

      Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology
    63. Chandra, S; Smith, BH
      An analysis of synthetic processing of odor mixtures in the honeybee (Apismellifera)

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    64. HEDVALL O; MOKSNES PO; PIHL L
      ACTIVE HABITAT SELECTION BY MEGALOPAE AND JUVENILE SHORE CRABS CARCINUS-MAENAS - A LABORATORY STUDY IN AN ANNULAR FLUME

      Hydrobiologia
    65. EGGLESTON DB; GROVER JJ; LIPCIUS RN
      ONTOGENIC DIET SHIFTS IN NASSAU GROUPER - TROPHIC LINKAGES AND PREDATORY IMPACT

      Bulletin of marine science
    66. SHAKLEE JB; BENTZEN P
      GENETIC IDENTIFICATION OF STOCKS OF MARINE FISH AND SHELLFISH

      Bulletin of marine science
    67. STRAUSFELD NJ
      CRUSTACEAN - INSECT RELATIONSHIPS - THE USE OF BRAIN CHARACTERS TO DERIVE PHYLOGENY AMONGST SEGMENTED INVERTEBRATES

      Brain, behavior and evolution
    68. FLECK J
      CHEMICAL FATE OF A METAMORPHIC INDUCER IN LARVAE-LIKE BUDS OF THE CNIDARIAN CASSIOPEA-ANDROMEDA

      The Biological bulletin
    69. SNYDER MJ
      CYTOCHROME-P450 ENZYMES BELONGING TO THE CYP4 FAMILY FROM MARINE-INVERTEBRATES

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications (Print)
    70. SNYDER MJ
      IDENTIFICATION OF A NEW CYTOCHROME-P450 FAMILY, CYP45, FROM THE LOBSTER, HOMARUS-AMERICANUS, AND EXPRESSION FOLLOWING HORMONE AND XENOBIOTIC EXPOSURES

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics (Print)
    71. RATCHFORD SG; EGGLESTON DB
      SIZE-DEPENDENT AND SCALE-DEPENDENT CHEMICAL ATTRACTION CONTRIBUTE TO AN ONTOGENIC SHIFT IN SOCIALITY

      Animal behaviour
    72. SHARP WC; HUNT JH; LYONS WG
      LIFE-HISTORY OF THE SPOTTED SPINY LOBSTER, PANULIRUS-GUTTATUS, AN OBLIGATE REEF-DWELLER

      Marine and freshwater research
    73. HERRNKIND WF; BUTLER MJ; HUNT JH; CHILDRESS M
      ROLE OF PHYSICAL REFUGIA - IMPLICATIONS FROM A MASS SPONGE DIE-OFF INA LOBSTER NURSERY IN FLORIDA

      Marine and freshwater research
    74. CHILDRESS MJ
      MARINE RESERVES AND THEIR EFFECTS ON LOBSTER POPULATIONS - REPORT FROM A WORKSHOP

      Marine and freshwater research
    75. GRANDJEAN F; SOUTYGROSSET C
      PRELIMINARY-RESULTS ON THE GENETIC-VARIABILITY OF MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA IN THE SIGNAL CRAYFISH, PACIFASTACUS-LENIUSCULUS DANA

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie 3, Sciences de la vie
    76. HERRNKIND WF; BUTLER MJ; HUNT JH
      CAN ARTIFICIAL HABITATS THAT MIMIC NATURAL STRUCTURES ENHANCE RECRUITMENT OF CARIBBEAN SPINY LOBSTER

      Fisheries
    77. TAZAKI K; TAZAKI Y
      NEURAL CONTROL OF THE PYLORIC REGION IN THE FOREGUT OF THE SHRIMP PENAEUS (DECAPODA, PENAEIDAE)

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    78. CROMARTY SI; DERBY CD
      MULTIPLE EXCITATORY RECEPTOR TYPES ON INDIVIDUAL OLFACTORY NEURONS - IMPLICATIONS FOR CODING OF MIXTURES IN THE SPINY LOBSTER

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    79. WACHOWIAK M; ACHE BW
      DUAL INHIBITORY PATHWAYS MEDIATED BY GABA AND HISTAMINERGIC INTERNEURONS IN THE LOBSTER OLFACTORY LOBE

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    80. SCHMIDT M; ACHE BW
      IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF GLOMERULAR REGIONALIZATION AND NEURONAL DIVERSITY IN THE OLFACTORY DEUTOCEREBRUM OF THE SPINY LOBSTER

      Cell and tissue research
    81. SPOTTE S
      SEXUAL AND REGIONAL VARIATION IN THE MORPHOLOGY OF THE SPOTTED ANEMONE SHRIMP PERICLIMENES YUCATANICUS (DECAPODA, CARIDEA, PALAEMONIDAE)

      Journal of crustacean biology
    82. ARCE AM; AGUILARDAVILA W; SOSACORDERO E; CADDY JF
      ARTIFICIAL SHELTERS (CASITAS) AS HABITATS FOR JUVENILE SPINY LOBSTERSPANULIRUS-ARGUS IN THE MEXICAN CARIBBEAN

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    83. GOSSELIN LA
      AN ECOLOGICAL TRANSITION DURING JUVENILE LIFE IN A MARINE SNAIL

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    84. FELDMAN KL; ARMSTRONG DA; EGGLESTON DB; DUMBAULD BR
      EFFECTS OF SUBSTRATE SELECTION AND POSTSETTLEMENT SURVIVAL ON RECRUITMENT SUCCESS OF THE THALASSINIDEAN SHRIMP NEOTRYPAEA-CALIFORNIENSIS TOINTERTIDAL SHELL AND MUD HABITATS

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    85. EGGLESTON DB; LIPCIUS RN; GROVER JJ
      PREDATOR AND SHELTER-SIZE EFFECTS ON CORAL-REEF FISH AND SPINY LOBSTER PREY

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    86. PICKERING H; WHITMARSH D
      ARTIFICIAL REEFS AND FISHERIES EXPLOITATION - A REVIEW OF THE ATTRACTION VERSUS PRODUCTION DEBATE, THE INFLUENCE OF DESIGN AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE FOR POLICY

      Fisheries research
    87. LI CLJ; JAMES MO
      PHARMACOKINETICS OF 2-NAPHTHOL FOLLOWING INTRAPERICARDIAL ADMINISTRATION, AND FORMATION OF 2-NAPHTHYL-BETA-D-GLUCOSIDE AND 2-NAPHTHYL SULFATE IN THE AMERICAN LOBSTER, HOMARUS-AMERICANUS

      Xenobiotica
    88. XU FQ; HOLLINS B; GRESS AM; LANDERS TM; MCCLINTOCK TS
      MOLECULAR-CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A LOBSTER G-ALPHA(S) PROTEIN EXPRESSED IN NEURONS OF OLFACTORY ORGAN AND BRAIN

      Journal of neurochemistry
    89. MCCLINTOCK TS; XU FQ; QUINTERO J; GRESS AM; LANDERS TM
      MOLECULAR-CLONING OF A LOBSTER G-ALPHA(Q) PROTEIN EXPRESSED IN NEURONS OF OLFACTORY ORGAN AND BRAIN

      Journal of neurochemistry
    90. WACHOWIAK M; DIEBEL CE; ACHE BW
      LOCAL INTERNEURONS DEFINE FUNCTIONALLY DISTINCT REGIONS WITHIN LOBSTER OLFACTORY GLOMERULI

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    91. GLEESON RA; WHEATLY MG; REIBER CL
      PERIRECEPTOR MECHANISMS SUSTAINING OLFACTION AT LOW SALINITIES - INSIGHT FROM THE EURYHALINE BLUE-CRAB CALLINECTES-SAPIDUS

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    92. DERBY CD; CATE HS; GENTILCORE LR
      PERIRECEPTION IN OLFACTION - MOLECULAR-MASS SIEVING BY AESTHETASC SENSILLAR CUTICLE DETERMINES ODORANT ACCESS TO RECEPTOR-SITES IN THE CARIBBEAN SPINY LOBSTER PANULIRUS-ARGUS

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    93. HALLBERG E; JOHANSSON KUI; WALLEN R
      OLFACTORY SENSILLA IN CRUSTACEANS - MORPHOLOGY, SEXUAL DIMORPHISM, AND DISTRIBUTION PATTERNS

      International journal of insect morphology & embryology
    94. JOHANSSON KUI; SCHMIDT M
      DOPAMINERGIC MODULATION OF SPONTANEOUS ACTIVITY IN THE BRAIN OF THE CRAYFISH CHERAX DESTRUCTOR (DECAPODA, CRUSTACEA)

      Canadian journal of zoology
    95. BUTLER MJ; HERRNKIND WF; HUNT JH
      FACTORS AFFECTING THE RECRUITMENT OF JUVENILE CARIBBEAN SPINY LOBSTERS DWELLING IN MACROALGAE

      Bulletin of marine science
    96. SCHMIDT M
      DISTRIBUTION OF CENTRIFUGAL NEURONS TARGETING THE SOMA CLUSTERS OF THE OLFACTORY MIDBRAIN AMONG DECAPOD CRUSTACEANS

      Brain research
    97. HONMA Y; TAKANO K; CHIBA A; OKA S
      IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL LOCALIZATION OF NEUROPEPTIDES IN THE CEPHALIC GANGLION OF THE LAND CRAB CHIROMANTES HAEMATOCHEIR

      Fisheries science
    98. GRANDJEAN F; SOUTYGROSSET C
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA FROM THE ENDANGERED WHITE-CLAWED CRAYFISH AUSTROPOTAMOBIUS-PALLIPES PALLIPES, LEREBOULLET, 1858

      Bulletin francais de la peche et de la pisciculture
    99. DANIEL PC; BURGESS MF; DERBY CD
      RESPONSES OF OLFACTORY RECEPTOR NEURONS IN THE SPINY LOBSTER TO BINARY-MIXTURES ARE PREDICTABLE USING A NONCOMPETITIVE MODEL THAT INCORPORATES EXCITATORY AND INHIBITORY TRANSDUCTION PATHWAYS

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    100. SUNG DY; WALTHALL WW; DERBY CD
      IDENTIFICATION AND PARTIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF PUTATIVE TAURINE RECEPTOR PROTEINS FROM THE OLFACTORY ORGAN OF THE SPINY LOBSTER

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. B. Comparative biochemistry


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