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The metamorphosis of many marine invertebrate larvae is induced by environmental signals. Upon reception of the cues, internal signals have to be set in motion to convey information to all cells of the larvae. For hydrozoan larvae it was hypothesised that ectodermal neurosensory cells at the anterior part are those cells receptive of the inducer. Recently,(More)
GLWamides are a recently described, novel family of neuropeptides in Cnidaria. Antibodies specific for the GLWamide terminus have been raised and used to evaluate the occurrence and localisation of immunopositive material in various Cnidaria in order to determine whether GLWamides are present and to obtain a first impression of the possible regulatory role(More)
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