[Article]: Age and Growth Rate of Architeuthis, by Dr. O

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Dr. Steve O'Shea has made another paper available to you, right here on TONMO.com:

[url2=[URL]http://www.tonmo.com/science/public/architeuthis-age.php]Estimating[/URL] age and growth rate in Architeuthis dux[/url2]

Thanks Dr. Steve for yet another great contribution!! More science articles can be found on the Ceph Science page.

:oshea:
 
Thanks for posting this, Tony!

Steve,

In cnidarians, the statoliths are located in the rhopalia and serve a gravitropic function. Is that the case observed in cephalopods?

Whoa... Deja vu... I think I've asked this before... Sorry if I have.

Sushi and Sake, but hold the Tako Yaki

John
 
I'll have to do a wee bit of research to respond to that one John; things free up a bit in 2 days so I'll look at it then (and read about it over a drop of vino this evening).
Cheers
O
 
And here is yet another article that has been converted from Adobe. This is a great one because the previous file did not load properly. It is now online in its full glory, with all photos and tables rendered as intended!

[url2=[URL]http://www.tonmo.com/science/public/architeuthis-age.php]Estimating[/URL] age and growth rate in Architeuthis dux[/url2]

Thanks Dr. Steve! :oshea:
 

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