Mike S. Laverack

University of St. Andrews, Scotland, Saint Andrews, Scotland, United Kingdom 
Crustacean sensory systems
"Mike Laverack"

Died 1993

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Laverack MS, Macmillan DL, Sandow SL. (1999) Neural development in the planktonic and early benthic stages of the palinurid lobster Jasus edwardsii Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology. 32: 87-102
Laverack MS, Macmillan DL. (1999) The sensory dorsal organ of crustaceans: Theme and variations Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology. 32: 75-86
Laverack MS, Macmillan DL, Ritchie G, et al. (1996) The ultrastructure of the sensory dorsal organ of crustacea Crustaceana. 69: 636-651
Laverack MS, Sinclair A. (1994) Innervation of the dorsal organ of the shrimp Macrobrachium intermedium (Decapoda: Natantia) Journal of Crustacean Biology. 14: 1-5
Martin JW, Laverack MS. (1992) On the distribution of the crustacean dorsal organ Acta Zoologica. 73: 357-368
Maitland DP, Heitler WJ, Laverack MS. (1991) Light modulation of postural flexor motoneurones in the tail-fan of the squat lobster Galathea strigosa (Crustacea, Anomura) Journal of Comparative Physiology A. 168: 513-520
Laverack MS. (1989) The abdomen-uropod muscle receptor organ of the lobsters, Panulirus argus and Homarus gammarus Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology -- Part a: Physiology. 93: 53-61
Barrientos Y, Laverack MS. (1986) The larval crustacean dorsal organ and its relationship to the trilobite median tubercle. Lethaia. 19: 309-313
Laverack MS, Barrientos Y. (1985) Sensory and other superficial structures in living marine Crustacea. Transactions - Royal Society of Edinburgh: Earth Sciences. 76: 123-136
Macmillan DL, Laverack MS. (1982) Modulation of reflex and centrally generated motor activity by tension receptor afference in Cancer pagurus (Decapoda, Brachyura) Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology -- Part a: Physiology. 72: 401-404
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