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Two major points will be made in the following description of the signaling system mediating this response: (1) The amoebae have a chemosensory system exhibiting major similarities to the signaling systems present in the internal tissues of higher organisms, and (2) 30 W. E. S. Carr et aI. the life history of the slime mold exhibits a succession of events wherein the external signaling system utilized by the unicellular amoebae becomes an internal communication system for the multicellular aggregate.
Z Zellforsch 147:31- 39 Parker HT, Pierce SK (1985) Comparative electrical properties of identified neurons in Elysia chlorotica before and after low salinity acclimation. Comp Biochem Physiol 82A:367 - 372 Phifer CB (1983) Dehydration-induced and osmotically-mediated modification of feeding behavior and its neural correlate in the slug Limax maxim us. Ph D Diss, Univ Kentucky Phifer CB, Prior DJ (1985) Body hydration and haemolymph osmolality affect feeding and its neural correlate in the terrestrial gastropod, Limax maximus.
Modulation of a central pattern generator controlling feeding. J Neurobiol (in press) Chapter 2 Chemosensory Systems in Lower Organisms: Correlations with Internal Receptor Systems for Neurotransmitters and Hormones William E. S. Carr, Richard A. Gleeson, and Henry G. 2 Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chemosensory Systems of Slime Molds, Protozoa, and Yeast .................. Cellular Slime Molds: Chemosensory System for Cyclic AMP .................
Advances in Comparative and Environmental Physiology 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