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Biophysical evidence that light adaptation in Limulus photoreceptors is due to a negative feedback. Biophysical J. 53:337-348.1988.
Circadian photoreceptor organs in Limulus .1. Ventral, median, and lateral eyes. J. Comp. Physiol. 162:127-132.1988.
Circadian rhythm in sensitivity of the Limulus retina nearly compensates for day-night changes in ambient illumination . Invest. Opthamol. Vis. Sci. 29:350.1988.
Vision and mating behavior in Limulus. Pages 419-434 in , editors. Sensory Biology of Aquatic Animals. Springer-Verlag, New York.1988.
Circadian rhythms in Limulus photoreceptors. Intracellular studies. Journal of General Physiology 89:353-378.1987.
Octopamine- and cyclic AMP-stimulated phosphorylation of a protein in Limulus ventral and lateral eyes. J. Neurosci. 7:2811-2820.1987.
Vision in Limulus mating and migration. Pages 69-84 in , editors. Signposts in the Sea. Florida State University Press, Tallahassee.1987.
An atlas of the brain of the horseshoe crab Limulus polyphemus. Journal of Morphology 187:363-386.1986.
Contact chemoreception of prey in hunting scorpions (Arachnida: Scorpiones). Zool. Anz. 217:119-129.1986.
Development of circadian rhythms in the Limulus visual system. Biol. Bull. 171:?1986.
Migration of Limulus for mating: relation to lunar phase, tide height, and sunlight. Biological Bulletin 171:310-329.1986.
Central connections of Limulus ventral photoreceptors revealed by intracellular staining. J. Neurobiol. 16:435-441.1985.
Chemoreceptor sensillum structure in Limulus. J. Morph. 119:121-142.1985.
Efferent control of circadian rhythms in the Limulus lateral eye. Neuroscience Research, Suppl. 2:S65-S78.1985.