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Cellular mechanisms of decision making in Aplysia californica
All animals are perpetually besieged with stimuli and face an extraordinary array of choices. We constantly must decide to which stimuli to respond, as well as how and when to respond. Although the decision-making process ...
Evaluation of dietary feeding stimulants for the sea urchin Lytechinus variegatus
Sea urchins shape their environment primarily through their feeding behavior. For Lytechinus variegatus this behavior is largely guided by the detection and response to chemical stimulus. The extent of which compounds and ...
The role of nitric oxide signaling in learning-induced behavioral plasticity and neural circuit dynamics in the sea hare Aplysia californica
Animals constantly regulate their behaviors in response to environmental stimuli. These adjustments involve an active and dynamic balance between defensive and non-defensive behaviors, and underlying each change are the ...