Protein and RNA inhibitors and protozoan habituation

Abstract

A variety of protein and RNA inhibitors were tested on habituation learning in the protozoan Spirostomum. Inhibition of protein synthesis up to values of 95% had no effect upon habituation, and RNA inhibition up to 89% by 5-fluorouracil had only slight effects upon it. Large amounts of protein and RNA synthesis are not necessary for habituation. 
DOI: 10.1007/BF00404855

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@article{Gardner1970ProteinAR, title={Protein and RNA inhibitors and protozoan habituation}, author={Frank T. Gardner and Philip B. Applewhite}, journal={Psychopharmacologia}, year={1970}, volume={16}, pages={430-433} }