William R. A. Muntz

Biology The University of Sussex, Falmer, England, United Kingdom 
 Biology University of Stirling, Mount Vernon, Scotland, United Kingdom 
 Monash University (Australia) 
Intraocular transfer in octopus, Ocular media & spectral sensitivity in fish and frog
"William Muntz"

Douglas, RH (2007). Professor William R. A. Muntz (1936-2005). Visual Neuroscience, 24, 237-238.

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Martin GR, Muntz WRA. (1978) Spectral sensitivity of the red and yellow oil droplet fields of the pigeon (Columba livia) [36] Nature. 274: 620-621
Northmore DP, Muntz WR. (1974) Effects of stimulus size on spectral sensitivity in a fish (Scardinius erythrophthalmus), measured with a classical conditioning paradigm. Vision Research. 14: 505-14
Muntz WR, Northmore DP. (1973) Scotopic spectral sensitivity in a teleost fish (Scardinius erytheophthalamus) adapted to different daylengths. Vision Research. 13: 245-52
Muntz WR, Northmore DP. (1971) Visual pigments from different parts of the retina in rudd and trout. Vision Research. 11: 551-61
Muntz WR, Northmore DP. (1971) The independence of the photopic receptor systems underlying visual thresholds in a teleost. Vision Research. 11: 861-76
Northmore DP, Muntz WR. (1970) Electroretinogram determinations of spectral sensitivity in a teleost fish adapted to different daylengths. Vision Research. 10: 799-816
Muntz WR, Northmore DP. (1970) Vision and visual pigments in a fish, Scardinius erythrophthalmus (the rudd). Vision Research. 10: 281-98
Muntz WR, Northmore DP, Pragnell V. (1969) Increment thresholds in photopic conditions in the hooded rat. Nature. 223: 1280-1
Muntz WR, Northmore DP. (1968) Background light, temperature and visual noise in the turtle. Vision Research. 8: 787-800
Muntz WR, Sokol S. (1967) Psychophysical thresholds to different wavelengths in light adapted turtles. Vision Research. 7: 729-41
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