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Ultraviolet responses of the Limulus median ocellus. Biol. Bull. 161:352.1981.
Vision in Limulus mating behavior. Biol. Bull. 161:339-340.1981.
Change in the twist of the actin-Containing-filaments occurs during the extension of the acrosomal process in Limulus sperm. Journal of Molecular Biology 137:375-389.1980.
Cortical reaction in inseminated eggs of the horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus. Dev. Biol. 76:410-417.1980.
The fine structure of an organ spanning 2 joints in the walking let of the horseshoe crab. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 99:253-268.1980.
Limulus brain modulates the structure and function of the lateral eyes. Science 210:1037-1039.1980.
Light and a circadian clock modulate structure in Limulus photoreceptors. Pages 247-269 in , editors. The Effects of Constant Light on Visual Processes. Plenum Publishing Corporation, New York.1980.
Neurotransmitter candidates in the visual system of Limulus polyphemus: synthesis and distribution of octopamine. . Vision Research 20:911-922.1980.
Sperm motility in the horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus L .1. Sperm behavior near eggs and motility initiation by egg extracts. Developmental Biology 76:341-349.1980.
The cytochemistry of Limulus eggs. Biol. Bull. 156:141-156.1979.
Finale. Pages 677-680 in , editors. Biomedical Applications of the Horseshoe Crab (Limulidae). Alan R. Liss, Inc., New York.1979.
Hypoosmotic stress-induced release of octopamine from isolated cardiac ganglia of Limulus polyphemus. American Zoologist 19:859-859.1979.
Ontogeny and phylogeny of response to gram-negative endotoxins among the marine invertebrates. Pages 109-123 in , editors. Biomedical Applications of the Horseshoe Crab (Limulidae). Alan R. Liss, Inc., New York.1979.
Receptors sensitive to muscle length in the horseshoe crab. Mar. Behav. Physiol. 6:211-223.1979.
Report on the symposium on biomedical applications of Limulus polyphemus (horseshoe crab). Developmental and Comparative Immunology 3:365-371.1979.
Change in twist of actin-containing-filaments in Limulus sperm produces motion without myosin. Journal of Cell Biology 79:266-266.1978.
An evaluation of the use of redox measurements for characterizing recent sediments. Estuarine Coastal Mar. Sci. 6:127-134.1978.
An evaluation of the use of redox measurements for characterizing recent sediments. Estuarine Coastal Shelf Sci. 6:127-134.1978.
Heartbeat mechanism in embryonic Limulus. Biol. Bull. 155:438-439.1978.
The response of the Limulus retina to moving stimuli: a prediction by fourier synthesis. J. Gen. Physiol. 72:129-166.1978.
The spatiotemporal transfer function of the Limulus lateral eye. J. Gen. Physiol. 72:167-201.1978.