Ernst Florey

California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 
"Ernst Florey"
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Elekes K, Florey E, Cahill MA. (1988) Morphology and central synaptic connections of the efferent neurons innervating the crayfish hindgut Cell and Tissue Research. 254: 369-379
Florey E, Kriebel ME. (1983) Changes in acetylcholine concentration, miniature end-plate potentials and synaptic vesicles in frog neuromuscular preparations during lanthanum treatment. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. C, Comparative Pharmacology and Toxicology. 75: 285-94
Florey E, Cahill MA. (1982) The innervation pattern of crustacean skeletal muscle. Morphometry and ultrastructure of terminals and synapses. Cell and Tissue Research. 224: 527-41
Florey E, Cahill MA. (1980) Cholinergic motor control of sea urchin tube feet: evidence for chemical transmission without synapses. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 88: 281-92
Florey E, Cahill MA. (1977) Ultrastructure of sea urchin tube feet. Evidence for connective tissue involvement in motor control. Cell and Tissue Research. 177: 195-214
Florey E. (1969) Ultrastructure and function of cephalopod chromatophores. American Zoologist. 9: 429-42
Iwasaki S, Florey E. (1969) Inhibitory miniature potentials in the stretch receptor neurons of crayfish. The Journal of General Physiology. 53: 666-82
Florey E, Kriebel ME. (1969) Electrical and mechanical responses of chromatophore muscle fibers of the squid, Loligo opalescens, to nerve stimulation and drugs Zeitschrift FüR Vergleichende Physiologie. 65: 98-130
Cloney RA, Florey E. (1968) Ultrastructure of cephalopod chromatophore organs. Zeitschrift FüR Zellforschung Und Mikroskopische Anatomie (Vienna, Austria : 1948). 89: 250-80
Florey E, Woodcock B. (1968) Presynaptic excitatory action of glutamate applied to crab nerve-muscle preparations. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. 26: 651-61
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