Repetitive noxious stimulus altered the shadow-induced withdrawal behavior in Lymnaea.

Abstract

Stress alters adaptive behaviors including vigilance behaviors. In Lymnaea one of these vigilance behavior is a heightened withdrawal response to a shadow. The shadow withdrawal response (SWR) is mediated by dermal photoreceptors located primarily on the foot, mantle cavity, and skin around the pneumostome area. Here we asked whether we could obtain a… (More)
DOI: 10.1556/ABiol.63.2012.Suppl.2.23

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