Biomembranes - Part H: Visual Pigments and Purple Membranes by Sidney Fleischer and Lester Packer (Eds.)

By Sidney Fleischer and Lester Packer (Eds.)

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9 R. M. Eakin and A. K u d a , d. Ultrastruct. Res. 112, 287 (1971). 10 L. v o n Salvini-Plawen and E. Mayr, Evol. Biol. 10, 207 (1977). H H. Grenacher, " U n t e r s u c h u n g e n i~ber d a s Sehorgan der Arthropoden, insbesondere der Spinnen, I n s e c t e n und C r u s t a c e e n . " V a n d e n h o e c k & Ruprecht, Gbttingen, 1879. lz R. M. Eakin and J. L. Brandenburger, J. UItrastruct. Res. 37, 618 (1971). FIG. 2. Tips of six ciliary photoreceptors in ocellus of an arrowworm, Sagitta scrippsae.

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