Ann Kammer

Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, United States 
"Ann Kammer"
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Satterlie RA, Kammer AE. (1995) Invertebrate neuromuscular organization: Peripheral contributions to behavioral variability Integrative and Comparative Biology. 35: 517-519
Kingan TG, Teplow DB, Phillips JM, et al. (1990) A new peptide in the FMRFamide family isolated from the CNS of the hawkmoth, Manduca sexta. Peptides. 11: 849-56
Kammer AE. (1989) Reflections on organisms: Examples from the neurobiology of insect rhythmic movements Integrative and Comparative Biology. 29: 1169-1175
Rheuben MB, Kammer AE. (1987) Structure and innervation of the third axillary muscle of Manduca relative to its role in turning flight. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 131: 373-402
Claassen DE, Kammer AE. (1986) Effects of octopamine, dopamine, and serotonin on production of flight motor output by thoracic ganglia of Manduca sexta. Journal of Neurobiology. 17: 1-14
Fitch GK, Kammer AE. (1986) Effects of octopamine and forskolin on excitatory junction potentials of developing and adult moth muscle. Journal of Neurobiology. 17: 303-16
Klaassen LW, Kammer AE, Fitch GK. (1986) Effects of octopamine on miniature excitatory junction potentials from developing and adult moth muscle. Journal of Neurobiology. 17: 291-302
Klaassen LW, Kammer AE. (1985) Octopamine enhances neuromuscular transmission in developing and adult moths, Manduca sexta. Journal of Neurobiology. 16: 227-43
Kinnamon SC, Klaassen LW, Kammer AE, et al. (1984) Octopamine and chlordimeform enhance sensory responsiveness and production of the flight motor pattern in developing and adult moths. Journal of Neurobiology. 15: 283-93
Bellah KL, Fitch GK, Kammer AE. (1984) A central action of octopamine on ventilation frequency in Corydalus cornutus Journal of Experimental Zoology. 231: 289-292
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