Feeding Attractants and Stimulants for Marine Gastropods

  • Kanzo Sakata
Part of the Bioorganic Marine Chemistry book series (BMC, volume 3)


Feeding is essential for organisms, and many biological studies have revealed that chemore-ception and Chemotaxis are involved in feeding behavior. This paper reviews recent studies of gastropod chemoreception in feeding with particular emphasis on the bioorganic chemical bases involved.


Sample Zone Marine Gastropod Pulmonate Snail Adult Snail Test Aquarium 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Kanzo Sakata
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  1. 1.Research Laboratory of Marine Biological Science, Faculty of AgricultureShizuoka UniversityShizuoka 421-01Japan

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