OctopodiformesOctopodiformes

See separate sections on living and extinct Octopodiformes below. Characteristics of the living Octopodiformes. Authors: R. ... Octopodiformes Berthold and Engeser, 1987 Vampire Squid and Octopods. Richard E. Young, Michael Vecchione, and Dirk Fuchs Click ... Relationships of extinct Octopodiformes to other Extinct Coleoid Squids. Click on an image to view larger version & data in a ... Characteristics of the extinct Octopodiformes. Author: Dirk Fuchs Click on an image to view larger version & data in a new ...
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OctopodiformesOctopodiformes

See separate sections on living and extinct Octopodiformes below. Characteristics of the living Octopodiformes. Authors: R. ... Octopodiformes Berthold and Engeser, 1987 Vampire Squid and Octopods. Richard E. Young, Michael Vecchione, and Dirk Fuchs Click ... Relationships of extinct Octopodiformes to other Extinct Coleoid Squids. Click on an image to view larger version & data in a ... Characteristics of the extinct Octopodiformes. Author: Dirk Fuchs Click on an image to view larger version & data in a new ...
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Octopodiformes - WikipediaOctopodiformes - Wikipedia

External link in ,work= (help) CephBase: Octopodiformes Tree of Life web project: Octopodiformes. ... Octopodiformes is a superorder of the subclass Coleoidea, comprising the octopuses and the vampire squid. All members of ... Young, Richard E.; Vecchione, Michael; Fuchs, Dirk (May 3, 2010). "Octopodiformes Berthold and Engeser, 1987. Vampire Squid and ... cuttlefish Superorder Octopodiformes Family †Trachyteuthididae (incertae sedis) Order Vampyromorphida: vampire squid Order ...
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Vampyroteuthis infernalisVampyroteuthis infernalis

Containing group: Octopodiformes. Introduction. The vampire squid is rather small, reaching a maximum of 13 cm ML (Nesis, 1982/ ...
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PlesioteuthididaePlesioteuthididae

Containing group: Octopodiformes. Introduction. The Prototeuthidina is a well-known group of gladius-bearing coleoids that ... 2007b) regarded the Prototeuthidina as an extinct side branch of early Octopodiformes. ...
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Octopus - WikipediaOctopus - Wikipedia

Nearly all octopuses are predatory; bottom-dwelling octopuses eat mainly crustaceans, polychaete worms, and other molluscs such as whelks and clams; open-ocean octopuses eat mainly prawns, fish and other cephalopods.[71] Major items in the diet of the giant Pacific octopus include bivalve molluscs such as the cockle Clinocardium nuttallii, clams and scallops, and crustaceans such as crabs and spider crabs. Prey that it is likely to reject include moon snails, because they are too large, and limpets, rock scallops, chitons and abalone, because they are too securely fixed to the rock.[70]. A bottom-dwelling octopus typically moves among the rocks and feels through the crevices. The creature may make a jet-propelled pounce on prey and pull it towards the mouth with its arms, the suckers restraining it. Small prey may be completely trapped by the webbed structure. Octopuses usually inject crustaceans like crabs with a paralysing saliva then dismember them with their beaks.[71][72] Octopuses feed on ...
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Octopus - WikipediaOctopus - Wikipedia

Like other cephalopods, octopuses can distinguish the polarisation of light. Colour vision appears to vary from species to species, for example being present in O. aegina but absent in O. vulgaris.[49] Researchers believe that opsins in the skin can sense different wavelengths of light and help the creatures choose a coloration that camouflages them, in addition to light input from the eyes.[50] Other researchers hypothesise that cephalopod eyes in species which only have a single photoreceptor protein may use chromatic aberration to turn monochromatic vision into colour vision, though this sacrifices image quality.[51] This would explain pupils shaped like the letter U, the letter W, or a dumbbell, as well as explaining the need for colourful mating displays.[52] Attached to the brain are two special organs called statocysts (sac-like structures containing a mineralised mass and sensitive hairs), that allow the octopus to sense the orientation of its body. They provide information on the ...
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Argonauta argo - WikispeciesArgonauta argo - Wikispecies

Superordo: Octopodiformes. Ordo: Octopoda. Subordo: Incirrina. Familia: Argonautidae. Genus: Argonauta. Species: Argonauta argo ...
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UniProt: A0A0L8G5M3 OCTBMUniProt: A0A0L8G5M3 OCTBM

Octopodiformes; Octopoda; Incirrata; Octopodidae; OC Octopus. OX NCBI_TaxID=37653 {ECO:0000313,EMBL:KOF72119.1, ECO:0000313, ...
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Enteroctopus dofleini - WikispeciesEnteroctopus dofleini - Wikispecies

Superordo: Octopodiformes Ordo: Octopoda Subordo: Incirrina Familia: Octopodidae Subfamilia: Octopodinae Genus: Enteroctopus ...
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UniProt: Q9G6J1UniProt: Q9G6J1

OC Eukaryota; Metazoa; Lophotrochozoa; Mollusca; Cephalopoda; Coleoidea; OC Neocoleoidea; Octopodiformes; Octopoda; Incirrata; ...
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Cephalopod: Facts, Discussion Forum, and Encyclopedia ArticleCephalopod: Facts, Discussion Forum, and Encyclopedia Article

Octopodiformes is a superorder of the subclass Coleoidea. It comprises the octopuses and the vampire squid. All members of ... This cohort contains two extant groups: Decapodiformes and Octopodiformes . Species within this group exist in all major ... Octopodiformes have 8 arms.-Classification:*Class Cephalopoda**Subclass Nautiloidea: nautilus**Subclass †Ammonoidea: ammonites ...
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WoRMS - World Register of Marine Species - Octopus Cuvier, 1798WoRMS - World Register of Marine Species - Octopus Cuvier, 1798

Octopodiformes (Superorder). *Octopoda (Order). *Incirrata (Suborder). *Octopodoidea (Superfamily). *Octopodidae (Family). * ...
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WoRMS - World Register of Marine Species - Opisthoteuthis pluto Berry, 1918WoRMS - World Register of Marine Species - Opisthoteuthis pluto Berry, 1918

Octopodiformes (Superorder). *Octopoda (Order). *Cirrata (Suborder). *Opisthoteuthidae (Family). *Opisthoteuthis (Genus). * ...
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Cephalopod - New World EncyclopediaCephalopod - New World Encyclopedia

Superorder Octopodiformes (Berthold and Engeser, 1987) *Order Vampyromorphida (Robson, 1929). *Order Octopoda (Leach, 1818) * ...
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Cephalopod - The Full WikiCephalopod - The Full Wiki

Superorder Octopodiformes (also known as Vampyropoda) *Order Vampyromorphida: Vampire Squid. *Order Octopoda: octopus ...
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Weleber, R.<...Weleber, R.<...

Burkard, M., Kohl, S., Krätzig, T., Tanimoto, N., Brennenstuhl, C., Bausch, A. E., Junger, K., Reuter, P., Sothilingam, V., Beck, S. C., Huber, G., Ding, X. Q., Mayer, A. K., Baumann, B., Weisschuh, N., Zobor, D., Hahn, G. A., Kellner, U., Venturelli, S., Becirovic, E. & 14 othersIssa, P. C., Koenekoop, R. K., Rudolph, G., Heckenlively, J., Sieving, P., Weleber, R., Hamel, C., Zong, X., Biel, M., Lukowski, R., Seeliger, M. W., Michalakis, S., Wissinger, B. & Ruth, P., Dec 3 2018, In : Journal of Clinical Investigation. 128, 12, p. 5663-5675 13 p.. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article ...
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Cephalopod beak - WikipediaCephalopod beak - Wikipedia

This is the standard measure of beak size in Decapodiformes; hood length is preferred for Octopodiformes. Young, R.E., M. ...
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Tuberculoventral neurons project to the multipolar cell area but not to the octopus cell area of the posteroventral cochlear...Tuberculoventral neurons project to the multipolar cell area but not to the octopus cell area of the posteroventral cochlear...

TY - JOUR. T1 - Tuberculoventral neurons project to the multipolar cell area but not to the octopus cell area of the posteroventral cochlear nucleus. AU - Wickesberg, Robert E.. AU - Whitlon, Donna. AU - Oertel, Donata. PY - 1991/1/1. Y1 - 1991/1/1. N2 - Tuberculoventral neurons in the deep layer of the dorsal cochlear nucleus (DCN) provide frequency‐specific inhibition to neurons in the anteroventral cochlear nucleus (AVON) of the mouse (Wickesberg and Oertel, 88, 90). The present experiments examine the projection from the deep DCN to the posteroventral cochlear nucleus (PVCN). Horseradish peroxidase (HRP) injections into the PVCN reveal that the multipolar cell area, but not the octopus cell area, is innervated by neurons in the deep layer of the DCN. Injections into the multipolar cell area, in the rostral and ventral PVCN, labeled neurons across the entire rostrocaudal extent of the deep DCN. The labeled tuberculoventral neurons generally lay within the band of labeled auditory nerve ...
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MolluscaBase - Vulcanoctopus hydrothermalis González & Guerra, 1998MolluscaBase - Vulcanoctopus hydrothermalis González & Guerra, 1998

Octopodiformes (Superorder). *Octopoda (Order). *Incirrata (Suborder). *Octopodoidea (Superfamily). *Enteroctopodidae (Family) ...
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Dorling, S. L., Dentith, M., Vearncombe, J. R. & Playford, P. E., 1995, ZInc-Lead Mineralisation on the Southeast Lennard Shelf, Canning Basin, Western Australia. Vearncombe, Dorling, J. R., Dentith, S. L., Chisnall, M. C., Christensen, A. W., McNaughton, J. N., Playford, N. J., Rayner, P. E. & M.J (eds.). Denver, Colorado: Society of Economic Geologists, Vol. 23. p. 9-50 (Guidebook Series).. Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference paper › Chapter ...
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Yokomori, T., 1993, Algorithmic Learning Theory - 3rd Workshop, ALT 1992, Proceedings. Springer Verlag, Vol. 743 LNAI. p. 41-52 12 p. (Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics); vol. 743 LNAI).. Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference contribution ...
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Octopus - 7 SeasOctopus - 7 Seas

Nearly all octopuses are predatory; bottom-dwelling octopuses eat mainly crustaceans, polychaete worms, and other molluscs such as whelks and clams; open-ocean octopuses eat mainly prawns, fish and other cephalopods.[71] Major items in the diet of the giant Pacific octopus include bivalve molluscs such as the cockle Clinocardium nuttallii, clams and scallops, and crustaceans such as crabs and spider crabs. Prey that it is likely to reject include moon snails, because they are too large, and limpets, rock scallops, chitons and abalone, because they are too securely fixed to the rock.[70]. A bottom-dwelling octopus typically moves among the rocks and feels through the crevices. The creature may make a jet-propelled pounce on prey and pull it towards the mouth with its arms, the suckers restraining it. Small prey may be completely trapped by the webbed structure. Octopuses usually inject crustaceans like crabs with a paralysing saliva then dismember them with their beaks.[71][72] Octopuses feed on ...
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You searched for: Collections Images from the History of Medicine (IHM) Remove constraint Collections: Images from the History of Medicine (IHM) Languages German Remove constraint Languages: German Genre Pictorial Works Remove constraint Genre: Pictorial Works Start Over ...
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Octopus WikipediaOctopus Wikipedia

This article is about the order of cephalopod. For other uses, see Octopus (disambiguation). OctopusTemporal range: 323.2 - 0 Ma PreЄ Є O S D
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