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(Science: marine biology) Opisthobranch mollusc with reduced shell, favourite source of ganglia for neurophysiological study.

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Nerve Memory

Serotonin-mediated endocytosis of apCAM: an early step of learning-related synaptic growth in Aplysia. Craig H. Bailey, Mary Chen, Flavio Keller and Eric R. Kandel. Science v256.n5057 (May 1, 1992): pp645(5). This article i know is not for humans, but it may clue to the ...

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by nugget
Sun Jan 28, 2007 1:39 pm
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: Nerve Memory
Replies: 6
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genes in aplysia slugs

the discovery of a gene in aplysia slugs that results in protein products including egg-laying hormone is evidence that: 1 the egg-laying behaviour is innate or hardwired into the slugs brain 2 the egg-laying behaviour has absolutely no ...

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by coco
Sun Jun 25, 2006 5:43 pm
Forum: Genetics
Topic: genes in aplysia slugs
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Habituation & Sensitization: Are they nondeclarative mem

Yes, they are both part of the unconscious nondeclarative memory learning system. The Aplysia a seaslug can be gently approached with a soft hand and will create habituation....but if someone graps the Aplysia by the tail it will leave an unconscious nondeclarative ...

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by segarama
Wed Nov 02, 2005 9:01 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Habituation & Sensitization: Are they nondeclarative mem
Replies: 1
Views: 2217

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