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Phase-shifting and entrainment of a circadian rhythm in Limulus polyphemus by ocular and extraocular photoreceptors. Biol. Rhythm Res. 28:50-68.1997.
Visual performance of horseshoe crabs: role of underwater lighting. Biological Bulletin 193:205-207.1997.
Electroretinographic measures of vision in horseshoe crabs with uniform versus variegated carapaces. Biol. Signals 5:247-262.1996.
Modulation of function in Limulus compound eye photoreceptors by octopamine enantiomers. J. Photochem. Photobiol. B: Biology. 35:59-67.1996.
Molecular and immunological characterization of a Gq protein from ventral and lateral eye of the horseshoe crab Limulus polyphemus. Invertebrate Neuroscience 2:175-182.1996.
Development of the lateral of American horseshoe crabs - visual field and dioptric array. Visual Neuroscience 12:485-492.1995.
Isolation and expression of an arrestin CDNA from the horseshoe crab lateral eye . Journal of Neurochemistry 64:1-13.1995.
THE MORPHOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF A MINI-OMMATIDIUM IN THE MEDIAN OPTIC-NERVE OF LIMULUS-POLYPHEMUS. Visual Neuroscience 12:69-76.1995.
Optical imaging of intrinsic signals from the Limulus optic nerve. Biol. Bull. 189:212-213.1995.
The visual fields of American horseshoe crabs - 2 different eye shapes in Limulus polyphemus. Visual Neuroscience 11:333-346.1994.
Horseshoe crabs from Woods Hole, MA and Panacea, FL see the world differently . Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 34:1176-1176.1993.
Opsins from the lateral eyes and ocelli of the horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 90:6150-6154.1993.
Photoreceptor cells dissociated from the compound lateral eye of the horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus. 1. Structure and ultrastructure . Visual Neuroscience 10:597-607.1993.
Photoreceptor cells dissociated from the coupound lateral eye of the horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus. 2. Function . Visual Neuroscience 10:609-620.1993.
Phototransduction - strange case of the 3rd eye. Nature 364:389-390.1993.
Changes in retinal array properties during development of young horseshoe crabs . Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 33:1059-1059.1992.
A circadian clock in the Limulus brain transmits synchronous efferent signals to all eyes. Vis. Neurosci. 9:493-504.1992.
Cloning and sequencing of opsin in the horseshoe crab, Limulus . Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 33:1004-1004.1992.
Isomorphism, task dependence, and the multiple meaning theory of neural coding. Biol. Signals 1:117-142.1992.
Rhodopsin inactivation is a modulated process in Limulus photoreceptors. Nature 356:336-338.1992.
Visual cells in excised Limulus eyes: 2. excision does not reduce sensitivity to light. Bull. Psychonomic Soc. 30:120-122.1992.
Biophysical processes in invertebrate photoreceptors: recent progress and a critical overview based on Limulus photoreceptors. Quart. Rev. Biophysics 24:165-226.1991.
Firefly luciferase-luciferin-ATP mixtures respond to etheno-ATP with an increased and steady production of light: a partial explanation of the Limulus ventral photoreceptor controversy. Amer. J. Physiol.: Cell Physiol. 261:C1210-C1211.1991.
Visual cells in excised Limulus eyes: dark adaptation reveals evidence of response duality. Bull. Psychonomic Soc. 29:75-78.1991.