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    Peter Boyle, Paul Rodhouse, Pages: 373–438, 2007

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  5. LEARNING AND DISCRIMINATION IN THE OCTOPUS

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  6. Effects of dietary protein sources on growth, survival and digestive capacity of Octopus maya juveniles (Mollusca: Cephalopoda)

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    Volume 44, Issue 7, June 2013, Pages: 1029–1044, Carlos Rosas, Ana Valero, Claudia Caamal-Monsreal, Iker Uriarte, Ana Farias, Pedro Gallardo, Ariadna Sánchez and Pedro Domingues

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  7. Excess DNA in the nuclei of the subseophagel region of octopus brain

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  9. Cephalopod Brain-specific Proteins

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  11. Some parameters of growth in Octopus vulgaris

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    Volume 163, Issue 3, March 1971, Pages: 277–284, Marion Nixon

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  12. Characteristics of Habitats Used by Enteroctopus dofleini in Prince William Sound and Cook Inlet, Alaska

    Marine Ecology

    Volume 23, Issue 3, September 2002, Pages: 185–206, David Scheel

    Version of Record online : 24 SEP 2008, DOI: 10.1046/j.1439-0485.2002.02776.x

  13. Biochemical Quality Changes During Iced Storage of Indian Octopus (Cistopus indicus)

    Journal of Food Quality

    Volume 39, Issue 5, October 2016, Pages: 487–495, Uthaman Manimaran, Robinson Jeya Shakila, Balasubramannian Sivaraman, Rajendran Shalini, Geevaretnam Jeyasekaran and S.A. Shanmugam

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  14. Neuropeptidergic control of the optic gland of Octopus vulgaris: FMRF-amide and GnRH immunoreactivity

    Journal of Comparative Neurology

    Volume 398, Issue 1, 17 August 1998, Pages: 1–12, Anna Di Cosmo and Carlo Di Cristo

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  15. Development of an in vitro model to assess protein bioavailability in diets for common octopus (Octopus vulgaris)

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    Volume 45, Issue 12, November 2014, Pages: 2048–2056, Mariam Hamdan, Ana Tomás-Vidal, Silvia Martínez, Jesus Cerezo-Valverde and Francisco J Moyano

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  16. N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor-like immunoreactivity in the brain of Sepia and Octopus

    Journal of Comparative Neurology

    Volume 477, Issue 2, 13 September 2004, Pages: 202–219, Anna Di Cosmo, Marina Paolucci and Carlo Di Cristo

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  17. Comparison of visual and tactile learning in octopus after lesions to one of the two memory systems

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    A novel tachykinin-related peptide receptor of Octopus vulgaris– evolutionary aspects of invertebrate tachykinin and tachykinin-related peptide

    The FEBS Journal

    Volume 274, Issue 9, May 2007, Pages: 2229–2239, Atsuhiro Kanda, Kyoko Takuwa-Kuroda, Masato Aoyama and Honoo Satake

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  19. The ultrastructure of a cerebellar analogue in octopus

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    Ultraviolet resonance Raman evidence for the absence of tyrosinate in octopus rhodopsin and the participation of Trp residues in the transition to acid metarhodopsin

    FEBS Letters

    Volume 398, Issue 2-3, December 02, 1996, Pages: 239–242, Shinji Hashimoto, Hideo Takeuchi, Masashi Nakagawa and Motoyuki Tsuda

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