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Edgar Douglas Adrian research assistant Cambridge
Hermann Jacques Jordan grad student 1933 Utrecht
 (Vergleichende Untersuchungen über das periphere Nerven-Muskelsystem von Crustaceen.)
Adriaan Karel Marie Noyons post-doc 1932-1934 Utrecht (Physiology Academic Tree)


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Harold L. Atwood grad student Caltech
Edwin Furshpan grad student 1955 Caltech
Hugo Arechiga post-doc Caltech
Ernst Florey post-doc Caltech
Raymon M. Glantz post-doc Caltech
George Morgan Hughes post-doc 1958-1959 Caltech
Katsuo Ikeda post-doc 1962-1962 Caltech
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WIERSMA CA. (2003) Repetitive discharges of motor fibers caused by a single impulse in giant fibers of the crayfish. Journal of Cellular and Comparative Physiology. 40: 399-419
Aréchiga H, Wiersma CA. (1969) Circadian rhythm of responsiveness in crayfish visual units. Journal of Neurobiology. 1: 71-85
Aréchiga H, Wiersma CA. (1969) The effect of motor activity on the reactivity of single visual units in the crayfish. Journal of Neurobiology. 1: 53-69
Atwood HL, Wiersma CA. (1967) Command interneurons in the crayfish central nervous system. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 46: 249-61
WIERSMA CA, HUGHES GM. (1961) On the functional anatomy of neuronal units in the abdominal cord of the crayfish, Procambarus clarkii (Girard). The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 116: 209-28
HOYLE G, WIERSMA CA. (1958) Coupling of membrane potential to contraction in crustacean muscles. The Journal of Physiology. 143: 441-53
HOYLE G, WIERSMA CA. (1958) Inhibition at neuromuscular junctions in Crustacea. The Journal of Physiology. 143: 426-40
HOYLE G, WIERSMA CA. (1958) Excitation at neuromuscular junctions in Crustacea. The Journal of Physiology. 143: 403-25
WIERSMA CA, TURNER RS. (1950) The interaction between the synapses of a single motor fiber. The Journal of General Physiology. 34: 137-45
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