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Histology and Related Work

Fujisawas Sake

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Does anyone out there have any idea of how much histology and/or gross anatomy work is being done on cephalopods at the moment? What with the current scientific winds blowing toward molecular this and that, I was just curious...

Thankee for all your help!

John
 

Steve O'Shea

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John, there's a big focus on gross anatomy down this neck of the woods, more so than genetic (but that's because I'm anatomy oriented). Will post more shortly.
 

Jean

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Also John, Check out papers by Natalie Moltchaniwskyj (I think) that's how her name is spelt.) She does a lot of work on muscle fibres of squid, ontogenetic change etc

J
 

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