Albert D. Carlson, PhD

Affiliations: 
SUNY Stony brook 
Area:
Invertebrate zoology and physiology
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James F. Case grad student 1960 University of Iowa
 (A comparative study of the pseudoflash mechanism in adult and larval fireflies, Photinus pyralis Linn. and Photuris pennsylvanica DeGeer.)
John E. Treherne research scientist Cambridge

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Owen G. Debowy research assistant 1996-1998 SUNY Stony Brook
Jonathan Copeland grad student 1975 SUNY Stony brook
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Eisenstein EM, Carlson AD, Harris JT. (1997) A ganglionic model of "learned helplessness". Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science : the Official Journal of the Pavlovian Society. 32: 265-71
Carlson AD, Pichon Y, Treherne JE. (1977) Neuronal adaptation to osmotic stress in Sabella penicillus L. [proceedings]. The Journal of Physiology. 269: 76P-77P
Carlson AD, Treherne JE. (1977) Ionic basis of axonal excitability in an extreme euryhaline osmoconformer, the serpulid worm Mercierella enigmatica (Fauvel). The Journal of Experimental Biology. 67: 205-15
Treherne JE, Carlson AD, Skaer HL. (1977) Facultative blood-brain barrier and neuronal adaptation to osmotic stress in a marine osmoconformer. Nature. 265: 550-3
Nelson S, Carlson AD, Copeland J. (1975) Mating-induced behavioural switch in female fireflies. Nature. 255: 628-9
Treherne JE, Carlson AD, Gupta BL. (1969) Extra-neuronal sodium store in central nervous system of Anodonta cygnea. Nature. 223: 377-80
Treherne JE, Mellon D, Carlson AD. (1969) The ionic basis of axonal conduction in the central nervous system of Anodonta cygnea (Mollusca: eulamellibranchia). The Journal of Experimental Biology. 50: 711-22
Carlson AD, Treherne JE. (1969) The ionic basis of the fast action potentials in the isolated cerebro-visceral connective of Anodonta cygnea. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 51: 297-318
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