John H. Welsh

Affiliations: 
Harvard University Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Area:
diurnal rhythmicity, the biology of neurosecretion, comparative neuropharmacology
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(1901 - 2002)

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Cross-listing: Marine Ecology Tree

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Ian Cooke grad student Harvard
Daniel K. Hartline grad student Harvard
Ralph Smith grad student 1942 Harvard (Marine Ecology Tree)
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Jaeger CP, Jaeger EC, Welsh JH. (1971) Localization of monoamine-containing neurones in the nervous system of Strophocheilus oblongus (Gastropoda). Zeitschrift FüR Zellforschung Und Mikroskopische Anatomie (Vienna, Austria : 1948). 112: 54-68
Welsh JH. (1971) Neurohumoral regulation and the pharmacology of a molluscan heart. Comparative and General Pharmacology. 2: 423-32
Welsh JH, Williams LD. (1970) Monoamine-containing neurons in planaria. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 138: 103-15
Welsh JH, King EC. (1970) Catecholamines in planarians Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. 36: 683-686,IN9-IN10,687
Welsh JH. (1968) Distribution of serotonin in the nervous system of various animal species. Advances in Pharmacology. 6: 171-88
Welsh JH, Loveland RE. (1968) 5-Hydroxytryptamine in the ascidian, Ciona intestinalis L. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. 27: 719-722
Frontali N, Williams L, Welsh JH. (1967) Heart excitatory and inhibitory substances in molluscan ganglia. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. 22: 833-41
Welsh JH. (1966) Serotonin and related tryptamine derivatives in snake venoms. MemóRias Do Instituto Butantan. 33: 509-18
Welsh JH, Zipf JB. (1966) 5-hydroxytryptamine in frog's skin. Journal of Cellular Physiology. 68: 25-34
Welsh JH, Batty CS. (1963) 5-Hydroxytryptamine content of some arthropod venoms and venom-containing parts Toxicon. 1: 165-170
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