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Postembryonic neurogenesis in the procerebrum of the terrestrial snail, Helix lucorum L.
Neuronogenesis during posthatching development of the procerebrum of the terrestrial snail Helix lucorum was analyzed using bromodeoxyuridine immunohistochemistry to label proliferating cells.Expand
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Participation of GABA in establishing behavioral hierarchies in the terrestrial snail
Abstract. GABA-immunoreactive fibers were observed in the neuropile of each ganglion of Helix lucorum, while GABA-immunoreactive neural somata were found only in the buccal, cerebral, and pedalExpand
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Effect of 5,7-dihydroxytryptamine on the food-aversive conditioning in the snailHelix lucorum L
The effects of 5,7-dihydroxytryptamine (5,7-DHT), a drug which selectively ablates serotonergic terminals, were examined on acquisition of food-aversive conditioned reflex in the snail Helix lucorum.Expand
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A Single Serotonergic Modulatory Cell Can Mediate Reinforcement in the Withdrawal Network of the Terrestrial Snail
A cluster of 40 serotonergic cells in the rostral part of pedal ganglia of the terrestrial snail Helix lucorum was shown previously to participate in the modulation of withdrawal behavior and to beExpand
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Fine tuning of olfactory orientation behaviour by the interaction of oscillatory and single neuronal activity
We used a simple sensory and motor system to investigate the neuronal mechanisms of olfactory orientation behaviour. The main olfactory organs of terrestrial molluscs, the experimental animals usedExpand
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Pedal serotonergic neurons modulate the synaptic input of withdrawal interneurons ofHelix
A group of serotonergic cells, located in the pedal ganglia ofHelix lucorum, modulates synaptic responses of neurons involved in withdrawal behavior. Extracellular or intracellular stimulation ofExpand
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[Mechanism of action of antiepileptic drugs].
The effect of anticonvulsants and tranquilizers on the initiation and spreading of convulsive discharges in rats, as well as on the spontaneous pacemaker activity and the effects of orthodromalExpand
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Olfactory experience modifies the effect of odour on feeding behaviour in a goal-related manner
Natural food odours elicit different behavioural responses in snails. The tentacle carries an olfactory organ, and it either protracts toward a stimulating carrot odour or retraces in a startle-likeExpand
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Characterization of a cDNA clone encoding pedal peptide in the terrestrial snail
WE report the isolation of a Helix lucorum cDNA clone encoding a precursor of neuropeptides that are closely related to Aplysia and Tritonia pedal peptides (Pep). The predicted propeptide contains 20Expand
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Avoidance behavior of the snail
  • I. Zakharov
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Neuroscience and Behavioral Physiology
  • 2006
In the present article previously published and novel data are reviewed concerning the organization of avoidance behavior of snails of the genusHelix. Musculature participating in the behavior isExpand
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