The functional organization of the compound eye : proceedings / Edited by C. G. Bernhard International Symposium on the Functional Organization of the Compound Eye Stockholm, Sweden) (1965 :

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International Symposium on the Functional Organization of the Compound Eye Stockholm, Sweden) (1965 :
Subjects
Rakoobraznye - Anatomy; Compound eye.; Crustacea - Anatomy.
Contents
  • The structure of chitin / D. Carlström
  • The corneal nipple array / W.H. Miller, A.R. Møller and C.G. Bernhard
  • On the image formation in a single ommatidium of the compound eye in Diptera / J.W. Kuiper
  • Physiological optics of the compound eye of the blow fly / D. Burkhardt, I. de la Motte and G. Seitz
  • The role of diffraction in compound eye vision / E.T. Burtt and W.T. Catton
  • Pigment migration and retinular sensitivity / G. Höglund
  • Hormonal regulation of retinal pigment migration in crustaceans / L.H. Kleinholz
  • Fine structure patterns in crustacean rhabdoms / E. Eguchi and T.H. Waterman
  • Some photochemical and physiological aspects of visual excitation in compound eyes / T.H. Goldsmith and H.R. Fernandez
  • Microspectrophotometric assay of visual pigments in single rhabdomeres of the insect eye / H. Langer and B. Thorell
  • The role of sulphydryl groups in the visual excitation of the compound eye in Diptera / L. Giulio
  • Recognition of coloured objects by insects / G.A. Mazokhin-Porshnjakov
  • Analysis of polarized light in wolf-spiders / F. Magni
  • Selective adaptation of local regions of the rhabdom in an ommatidium of the compound eye of Limulus / F. Ratliff
  • Extracellular aspects of receptor excitation in the dorsal ocellus / P. Ruck
  • Origin of electrical responses in the eye of Periplaneta americana / M.L. Wolbarsht, H.G. Wagner and D. Bodenstein
  • Electrical potential field in eye and optic lobe of locust : potential variations and changes in visual threshold during light- and dark-adaptation / E.T. Burtt, W.T. Catton and D.J. Cosens
  • Dissection of a graded visual response with tetrodotoxin / R.M. Benolken and C.J. Russell
  • Retinal action potentials during dark and light adaptation / K.I. Naka and K. Kishida
  • Detection of single quanta by the compound eye of the fly Musca / W.E. Reichardt
  • Discrete and graded receptor potentials in the compound eye of the fly (Musca) / K. Kirschfeld / A non-linear model of sensory adaptation in the eye of the wolf spider / R. DeVoe
  • Single cell responses from the primitive eyes of an annelid / J.B. Walther
  • Electron microscope observations on the peripheral and intermediate retinas of dipterans / O. Trujillo-Cenóz and J. Melamed
  • The fine structure of optic tracts of Decapoda / R.F. Nunnemacher
  • The relationship of the optic fibers to the compound eye and center of integration in the blowfly Phormia regina / J.R. Larsen
  • The dynamics of lateral inhibition in the compound eye of Limulus, I / F. Ratliff, H.K. Hartline and D. Lange
  • The dynamics of lateral inhibition in the compound eye of Limulus, II / D. Lange, H.K. Hartline and F. Ratliff
  • Self-inhibition in the eye of Limulus / R.L. Purple and F. Dodge
  • Excitation and inhibition of electrical activity in the Limulus eye by neuropharmacological agents / A.R. Adolph
  • Clock-spikes in the Calliphora optic lobe and a hypothesis for their function in object location / J.T. Leutscher-Hazelhoff and J.W. Kuiper
  • Polarotaxis and primary photoreceptor events in Crustacea / T.H. Waterman
  • The retina of the locust / G.A. Horridge
  • Optokinetic memory and the perception of movement by the crab, Carcinus / P.R.B. Shepheard
  • Correlated studies of insect visual nervous systems / G.D. McCann, Y. Sasaki and M.C. Biedebach.
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