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Die Methoden der Nervenphysiologie

  • S. Weidmann

Zusammenfassung

Tintenfische (Cephalopoden). Der Kalmar, Loligo (vgl. Abb. 27b, S. 65), bleibt in Gefangenschaft nur wenige Tage am Leben und läßt sich schlecht transportieren. Das Arbeiten mit Loligo forbesi (europäischer Kalmar) und Loligo paelii (amerikanischer Kalmar) ist deshalb an eine Marinebiologische Station gebunden.

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