Kyoko Shimotsu

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The simple photoreceptors Ip-1 and Ip-2 are intrinsically light-sensitive neurons that exist in the abdominal ganglion of the sea slug Onchidium verruculatum. Using isolated ganglia and semi-intact or intact animal preparations, the present studies examined the light-sensing and physiological roles of Ip-1 and Ip-2 cells, which respond jointly to light by(More)
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