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CONNECTIONS BETWEEN ADJACENT RETINULA CELL COLUMNS IN THE EYE OF EPHESTIA KUEHNIELLA ZELLER (LEPIDOPTERA, PYRALIDIDAE)GOTTLIEB FJ.1974; CELL TISSUE RES.; GERM.; DA. 1974; VOL. 153; NO 2; PP. 189-193; BIBL. 13REF.Article

ISOLATION OF HIGHT-INDUCED RESPONSE OF THE CENTRAL RETINULA CELLS FROM THE ELECTRORETINOGRAM OF DROSOPHILAMINKE B; CHUN FANG WU; PAK WL et al.1975; J. COMP. PHYSIOL., A; GERM.; DA. 1975; VOL. 98; NO 4; PP. 345-355; BIBL. 1P.1/2Article

The compound eye of the dung beetle Geotrupes auratus (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae)GOKAN, N.Applied Entomology and Zoology. 1989, Vol 24, Num 1, pp 133-146, issn 0003-6862Article

ANGULAR SENSITIVITY OF HIGHT AND DARK ADAPTED LOCUST RETINULA CELLSWILSON M.1975; J. COMP. PHYSIOL., A; GERM.; DA. 1975; VOL. 97; NO 4; PP. 323-328; BIBL. 1PArticle

THE FINE STRUCTURE OF SOME CARABID BEETLE EYES, WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO CILIARY STRUCTURES IN THE RETINULA CELLS.HOME EM.1976; TISSUE AND CELL; G.B.; DA. 1976; VOL. 8; NO 2; PP. 311-333; BIBL. 1 P. 1/2Article

Receptors in insect. I. The fine structure of the compound eye of the oriental fruit fly Dacus dorsalis HendelCHIN-YIH WU; CHUNG-SHIA CHANG; LI-CHU TUNG et al.1985, Vol 24, Num 1, pp 27-37Article

MICROVILLAR ORIENTATION IN THE RETINA OF A PIERID BUTTERFLY.MAIDA TM.1977; Z. NATURFORSCH., C; DTSCH.; DA. 1977; VOL. 32; NO 7-8; PP. 660-661; BIBL. 6 REF.Article

A LAYERED RHABDOM IN AN ISOPOD (CRUSTACEA). A CASE OF CONVERGENT DEVELOPMENT.NILSSON HL; ELOFSSON R.1977; Z. MIKR.-ANAT. FORSCH.; DDR; DA. 1977; VOL. 91; NO 3; PP. 415-420; BIBL. 21 REF.Article

THE UNIT STRUCTURE OF THE LOCUST COMPOUND EYEWILSON M; GARRARD P; MCGINNESS S et al.1978; CELL TISSUE RES.; DEU; DA. 1978; VOL. 195; NO 2; PP. 205-226; BIBL. 1 P.Article

Comparative studies of chromophore contents inside and outside the rhabdoms of arthropod compound eyesEGUCHI, E; SEKI, T; SUZUKI, T et al.Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology. 1989, Vol 165, Num 5, pp 589-604, issn 0340-7594Article

Volume and surfaces changes of smooth endoplasmic reticulum in crayfish retinula cells upon light- and dark-adaptationFRIXIONE, E; PORTER, R. M.Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology. 1986, Vol 159, Num 5, pp 667-674, issn 0340-7594Article

Fine structure of the compound eye of Mallada basalis (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae)YANG, I.-F; LIN, J.-T; WU, C.-Y et al.Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 1998, Vol 91, Num 1, pp 113-121, issn 0013-8746Article

A re-investigation and re-interpretation of the cumacean photoreceptorMEYER-ROCHOW, V. B.Zoologica scripta. 1989, Vol 18, Num 2, pp 283-288, issn 0300-3256, 6 p.Article

MICROVILLAR ORIENTATION IN THE RETINA OF THE NYMPHALID BUTTERFLY.GORDON WC.1977; Z. NATURFORSCH., C; DTSCH.; DA. 1977; VOL. 32; NO 7-8; PP. 662-664; BIBL. 4 REF.Article

THE RESPONSE PROPERTIES OF RETINULA CELLS IN THE FLY CALLIPHORA ERYTHROCEPHALA AS A FUNCTION OF THE WAVELENGTH AND POLARIZATION PROPERTIES OF VISIBLE AND ULTRAVIOLET LIGHT.MCCANN GD; FARGASON RD; SHANTZ VT et al.1977; BIOL. CYBERN.; GERM.; DA. 1977; VOL. 26; NO 2; PP. 93-107; BIBL. 23 REF.Article

Cytoskeleton of retinular cells from the stomatopod, Gonodactylus oerstedii : possible roles in pigment granule migrationKING, C. A; CRONIN, T. W.Cell and tissue research. 1993, Vol 274, Num 2, pp 315-328, issn 0302-766XArticle

Analysis of photoreceptor membrane turnover in a Drosophila visual mutant, rdgA, by electron microscope autoradiographySUZUKI, E; HIROSOWA, K; HOTTA, Y et al.Journal of electron microscopy. 1990, Vol 39, Num 1, pp 50-53, issn 0022-0744, 4 p.Article

Morphological evidence for interaction between Retinula cells of different Ommatidia in the eye of the moth-fly Psychoda cinerea banks (Diptera, Psychodidae)SEIFERT, P; SMOLA, U.Journal of ultrastructure research. 1984, Vol 86, Num 2, pp 176-185, issn 0022-5320Article

LIGHT-INDUCED PIGMENT GRANULE MIGRATION IN THE RETINULAR CELLS OF DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTER: COMPARISON OF WILD TYPE WITH ERG-DEFECTIVE MUTANTSLO MVC; PAK WL.1981; J. GEN. PHYSIOL.; ISSN 0022-1295; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 77; NO 2; PP. 155-175; BIBL. 3 P.Article

FINE STRUCTURE OF THE COMPOUND EYES OF THE MIDWATER AMPHIPOD PHRONIMA IN RELATION TO BEHAVIOR AND HABITAT.BALL EE.1977; TISSUE AND CELL; G.B.; DA. 1977; VOL. 9; NO 3; PP. 521-536; BIBL. 1 P.Article

Rhabdomere turnover and rhodopsin cycle: maintenance of retinula cells in Drosophila melanogasterSTARK, W. S; SAPP, R; SCHILLY, D et al.Journal of neurocytology. 1988, Vol 17, Num 4, pp 499-509, issn 0300-4864Article

RESPONSE PROPERTIES OF PERIPHERAL RETINULA CELLS WITHIN DROSOPHILA VISUAL MUTANTS TO MONOCHROMATIC GAUSSIAN WHITE-NOISE STIMULIFARGASON RD; MCCANN GD.1978; VISION RES.; GBR; DA. 1978; VOL. 18; NO 7; PP. 809-813; BIBL. 23 REF.Article

POLARIZATION SENSITIVITY OF COURSE CONTROL IN DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTERWOLF R; GEBHARDT B; GADEMANN R et al.1980; J. COMP. PHYSIOL., B; ISSN 0340-7616; DEU; DA. 1980; VOL. 139; NO 3; PP. 177-191; BIBL. 33 REF.Article

MINIATURE POTENTIALS, LIGHT ADAPTATION AND AFTERPOTENTIALS IN LOCUST RETINULA CELLS.TSUKAHARA Y; HORRIDGE GA.1977; J. EXPER. BIOL.; G.B.; DA. 1977; VOL. 68; PP. 137-149; BIBL. 20 REF.Article

REGIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF THREE ULTRASTRUCUTRAL RETINULA TYPES IN THE RETINA OF CATAGLYPHIS BICOLOR FABR. (FORMICIDAE, HYMENOPTERA).HERRLING PL.1976; CELL TISSUE RES.; GERM.; DA. 1976; VOL. 169; NO 2; PP. 247-266; BIBL. 2 P.Article

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