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Invertebrates

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RS-ITA iWorx Invertebrate System provides everything needed for the following Invertebrate physiology experiments:

Crayfish HeartRS-ITA system
Byssal Retractor Muscle
Crayfish Gut Pharmacology
Crayfish Electrocardiogram (ECG)
Cockroach Leg Mechanoreceptors
Osmoregulation
Action Potentials in Earthworm
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The following Animal Physiology Experiments can also be performed with this kit.

Frog Electrocardiogram 
Compound Action Potentials
Neuromuscular Studies

The RS-ITA Invertebrate  Add-on Transducer Set includes:

Citations

Marino, C. L., and B. H. Jensen. “Zebrafish, Danio rerio, Ovaries Spontaneously Contract Just Prior to Lights On.” Journal of Behavioral and Neuroscience Research 6 (2008): 10-14.

Maksimovic, Srdjan, John E. Layne, and Elke K. Buschbeck. “Spectral sensitivity of the principal eyes of sunburst diving beetle, Thermonectus marmoratus (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae), larvae.The Journal of experimental biology 214, no. 21 (2011): 3524-3531.

Stowasser, Annette, and Elke K. Buschbeck. “Electrophysiological evidence for polarization sensitivity in the camera-type eyes of the aquatic predacious insect larva Thermonectus marmoratus.” The Journal of experimental biology 215, no. 20 (2012): 3577-3586.

Haas, Eric T. “SENESCENCE EFFECTS UPON THE VISUAL SYSTEM OF LONG-‐LIVED DROSOPHILA INDY MUTANTS AS MEASURED BY ELECTRORETINOGRAPHY.” PhD diss., WESTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, 2014.

SRINIVASAN, D., S. SHIGENOBU, D. STERN, and S. KOBAYASHI. “Investigation of the role of Aubergine RNA-binding proteins in the reproductive plasticity of the pea aphid, Acyrthosiphon pisum.”

Stowasser, Annette. “Toward unraveling the mystery of how the unusual principal eyes of Thermonectus marmoratus larvae work–constructing a first functional model.” PhD diss., University of Cincinnati, 2013.

Lombardi, Sara Ann. “Comparative physiological ecology of the eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica, and the Asian oyster, Crassostrea ariakensis: an investigation into aerobic metabolism and hypoxic adaptations.” (2012).

Barnes, Katelyn R., Regina RF Cozzi, George Robertson, and William S. Marshall. “Cold acclimation of NaCl secretion in a eurythermic teleost: Mitochondrial function and gill remodeling.Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology 168 (2014): 50-62.

Kinnick, Tyson Rand. “Understanding the Function of Bestrophin.” (2007).

Stowasser, Annette, and Elke K. Buschbeck. “Electrophysiological evidence for polarization sensitivity in the camera-type eyes of the aquatic predacious insect larva Thermonectus marmoratus.” The Journal of experimental biology 215, no. 20 (2012): 3577-3586.

Kim, Sung-Eun, Il-Gyu Ko, Bo-Kyun Kim, Yun-Hee Sung, Mal-Soon Shin, Sehyung Cho, Chang-Ju Kim, Khae-Hawn Kim, Kyo-Won Lee, and Dong-Hee Kim. “Transplantation of human adipose-derived stem cells into the urethra ameliorates stress urinary incontinence and blunts the induction of c-Fos immunoreactivities in brain areas related to micturition in female rats.” Animal Cells and Systems 14, no. 4 (2010): 237-244.

SRINIVASAN, D., S. SHIGENOBU, D. STERN, and S. KOBAYASHI. “Investigation of the role of Aubergine RNA-binding proteins in the reproductive plasticity of the pea aphid, Acyrthosiphon pisum.”

Stowasser, Annette. “Toward unraveling the mystery of how the unusual principal eyes of Thermonectus marmoratus larvae work–constructing a first functional model.” PhD diss., University of Cincinnati, 2013.

Lombardi, Sara Ann. “Comparative physiological ecology of the eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica, and the Asian oyster, Crassostrea ariakensis: an investigation into aerobic metabolism and hypoxic adaptations.” (2012).

View all of the Invertebrate research citations on Google Scholar.

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