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Synonyms for Aplysia

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In view of other functions, as for lipofuscin and/or lipochrome pigments in neurons of the gastropod Aplysia californica (Henkart 1975, Schwartz et al.
Changes in D-aspartate ion currents in the Aplysia nervous system with aging.
In the case of Aplysia, the B51 burst threshold lowered after the operant conditioning, which means that the intensity of presynaptic stimulation required to trigger action potentials in the postsynaptic (i.
The 2012 study showed a significant increase in long-term memory in healthy sea snails called Aplysia californica, an animal that has a simple nervous system, but with cells having properties similar to other more advanced species including humans.
In the sea slug genus Aplysia, clustering promotes reproduction (Kupfermann and Carew, 1974), and the jellyfish, Linuche unguiculata, significantly increases its reproductive success by social swarming (Larson, 1992).
Tambien la presencia de un inhibidor activo frente a calicreina plasmatica fue descrita en extractos crudos de la liebre marina Aplysia dactylomela (Gonzalez et al.
We analyzed the ganglia and nerve fibers of the sea hare, Aplysia kurodai, and giant nerve fibers of the crayfish, Cambarus clarki.
0b10 (Swofford 2003), usando un procedimiento heuristico; el soporte de las ramas fue evaluado mediante bootstrap (Felsenstein 1985) con 1000 replicas; el arbol fue enraizado con Aplysia (Opistobranchia).
When the rat-sized Aplysia californica receives an unpleasant shock, it retracts its gill and an appendage called a siphon.
SNAP prevented L-NAME from impairing long-term memory in aplysia (23).
ER orthologs have recently been detected in some invertebrates such as the mollusk, Aplysia californica (Carroll et al.
Aplysia californica is not just any old slug, but "the creature upon which much of the modern scientific understanding of learning has been built," writes D.
Michiya Kamio, a marine biologist at Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology in Japan, has discovered exactly how Aplysia californica creates its defense.