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By M. Brouwer, W.E.S. Carr, W. Ross Ellington, D.W. Engel, R.A. Gleeson, B. Korsgaard, T.S. Moerland, T. Mustafa, D.J. Prior, B.D. Sidell, K.C. Srivastava, H.G. Trapido-Rosenthal, R.E. Weber, R.W. Wiseman

Advances in Comparative and Environmental Physiology is helping biologists, physiologists, and biochemists maintain song of the large literature within the box. supplying complete, built-in studies and sound, severe, and provocative summaries, this sequence is a must for all lively researchers in environmental and comparative physiology.

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3 Biochemical Processes Associated with the Olfactory Purinergic System ........ 5 Conclusions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . References ................................................................... 25 29 29 32 35 35 36 36 38 40 41 42 42 45 1 Introduction The presence of specific chemical substances in the environment evokes behavioral responses in many lower eukaryotic organisms such as protozoans and invertebrates (for reviews, see Mackie and Grant 1974, Gleeson 1978, Atema 1985, Carr 1987).

1987). 2 fmollsensillumlmin. Evidence that extracellular dephosphorylation of adenine nucleotides to adenosine precedes uptake was obtained in double-label experiments in which it was shown that 3H from adeninelabeled AMP and ATP is internalized, whereas 32p from the phosphate-labeled nucleotides is not (Fig. 4C, D). Since adenosine is not a stimulus for either the AMP- or ATP-best cells in the lobster's antennule (see Fig. 4A, B), the dephosphorylation of excitatory nucleotides functions as a means of inactivating these substances in the receptor environment.

References ................................................................... 25 29 29 32 35 35 36 36 38 40 41 42 42 45 1 Introduction The presence of specific chemical substances in the environment evokes behavioral responses in many lower eukaryotic organisms such as protozoans and invertebrates (for reviews, see Mackie and Grant 1974, Gleeson 1978, Atema 1985, Carr 1987). Beginning with Haldane (1954), investigators have noted that several of the chemical substances evoking these responses in lower life forms include some of the very same compounds that function internally as neurotransmitters, modulators, or hormones (see Thble 1).

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