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Aplysia

Aplysia n.

Aplysia n.

The Feeding Network of Aplysia Features That Are Distinctive and Shared With Other Mollusks

Opaline gland ultrastructure in Aplysia californica (Gastropoda: Anaspidea)

The Neuronal Circuit for Simple Forms of Learning in Aplysia

Multiple forms of non-associative plasticity in Aplysia: a behavioural, cellular and pharmacological analysis

Characterization of a Novel Triphosphonooctaosylceramide from the Eggs of the Sea Hare, Aplysia kurodai

Multiple mating, paternity, and body size in a simultaneous hermaphrodite, Aplysia californica

Serotonin Directly Increases a Calcium Current in Swim Motoneurons of Aplysia brasiliana1

Behavioral, Cellular, and Molecular Analysis of Memory in Aplysia I: Intermediate-Term Memory1

Behavioral, Cellular, and Molecular Analysis of Memory in Aplysia II: Long-Term Facilitation1

White Vesicles in the Skin of Aplysia californica Cooper: A Proposed Excretory Function

Structure and function of haemocytes in two marine gastropods, Megathura crenulata and Aplysia californica

HISTOCHEMISTRY AND ULTRASTRUCTURE OF THE CRYPT CELLS IN THE DIGESTIVE GLAND OF APLYSIA PUNCTATA (CUVIER, 1803)

DISTRIBUTION OF DIGESTIVE TUBULES AND FINE STRUCTURE OF DIGESTIVE CELLS OF APLYSIA PUNCTATA (CUVIER, 1803)

The largest growth cones in the animal kingdom: an illustrated guide to the dynamics of Aplysia neuronal growth in cell culture

Nitric Oxide as an Orthograde Cotransmitter at Central Synapses of Aplysia: Responses of Isolated Neurons in Culture1

 

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The genus of gastropods which includes the sea hares: large, sluglike, marine molluscs with rudimentary, internal shells. Aplysia californica has been much used in the study of the molecular basis of memory. See Chronology, 1982, Kandel and Schwartz; 2003, Si et al.; CPEB protein.

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