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Prior work in the nudibranch Tritonia diomedea indicated that certain identifiable pedal ganglion neurons (Pd5 and 6) innervating the foot synthesize three novel peptides (TPeps) that resemble Pedal peptide (Pep) identified in the sea hare Aplysia californica. We report here that when TPeps are applied directly to isolated ciliated patches of Tritonia diomedea foot epithelium, there is an increase in ciliary beating that normally drives locomotion. Exposure to TPeps also increases the ciliarypmid:9192496 fatcat:asbsx36lvjcnpfreskkh4uhvkq