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Invertebrate neuropharmacology

Lucy D Leake

Invertebrate neuropharmacology

by Lucy D Leake

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Published by Blackie in Glasgow .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Nervous system -- Invertebrates,
  • Neuropharmacology,
  • Invertebrates -- Physiology

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index

    StatementLucy D. Leake and Robert J. Walker
    ContributionsWalker, Robert James, 1938-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 358 p. :
    Number of Pages358
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14456130M

    NB: At present this resource is ‘in development’. The Biology Online Module Handbooks project aims to bring together information from the University of St Andrews Module Catalogue, MMS, and the School of Biology’s own database in a standardised format. It will survey invertebrate and vertebrate neurobiology, covering cell and molecular biology of the neuron, neurophysiology, neuroanatomy, developmental neurobiology, regeneration and degeneration, learning and memory, and will include comparisons of neural mechanisms throughout the animal kingdom.

    Atlas of Invertebrate Reproduction and Development John Wiley & Sons, New York Abele,L.G. (Ed.) IUCN Invertebrate Red Data Book The IUCN, Gland, Switzerland Invertibrate Neuropharmacology Blackie & Sons, Glasgow ZOOL Invertebrate Zoology Laboratory Intended for Biology Department majors. Covers the anatomy, physiology, systematics, evolution and ecology of invertebrate animals. ZOOL neurotransmitter function and neuropharmacology, structure and function of simple neuronal circuits and complex neural networks and the plasticity of the.

    Invertebrate Neuroscience Invertebrate Neuroscience publishes original articles, short communications, and reviews describing recent advances in the field of invertebrate neuroscience. Special emphasis is placed on studies using molecular and cell biology methods to elucidate mechanisms of nervous system development and function. Argiotoxin could even be used as a tool for analyzing the subunit composition of AMPA receptors in native membranes. Argiotoxin The most relevant example for the strategies mentioned above is the Argiotoxin This is a polyamine toxin isolated from the Argiope lobata's venom.


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