Graham Hoyle

Affiliations: 
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, United States 
Area:
Neuroethology
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Hoyle G. (1986) Glial cells of an insect ganglion. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 246: 85-103
Hoyle G, Williams M, Phillips C. (1986) Functional morphology of insect neuronal cell-surface/glial contacts: the trophospongium. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 246: 113-28
Hoyle G. (1984) Neuromuscular transmission in a primitive insect: modulation by octopamine, and catch-like tension. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. C, Comparative Pharmacology and Toxicology. 77: 219-32
Sombati S, Hoyle G. (1984) Glutamatergic central nervous transmission in locusts. Journal of Neurobiology. 15: 507-16
Sombati S, Hoyle G. (1984) Generation of specific behaviors in a locust by local release into neuropil of the natural neuromodulator octopamine. Journal of Neurobiology. 15: 481-506
Sombati S, Hoyle G. (1984) Central nervous sensitization and dishabituation of reflex action in an insect by the neuromodulator octopamine. Journal of Neurobiology. 15: 455-80
Hoyle G, Field LH. (1983) Elicitation and abrupt termination of behaviorally significant catchlike tension in a primitive insect. Journal of Neurobiology. 14: 299-312
Hoyle G, Field LH. (1983) Defense posture and leg-position learning in a primitive insect utilize catchlike tension. Journal of Neurobiology. 14: 285-98
Hoyle G. (1983) Forms of modulatable tension in skeletal muscles. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. a, Comparative Physiology. 76: 203-10
Hoyle G. (1983) Origins of intracellular microelectrodes Trends in Neurosciences. 6: 163
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