DEVELOPMENT AND FUNCTION OF NEUROSECRETORY SITES IN THE EYESTALKS OF LARVAL PALAEMONETES (DECAPODA: NATANTIA)

JERRY H. HUBSCHMAN
1963 The Biological Bulletin  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work was supported in part by N ational Science Foundation Summer and Cooperative Fellow ships. This aid i s g r a te fu lly acknowl edged . A number o f in d iv id u a ls contributed to the success o f my work. I am indebted to Mr. Ron Engle o f t h is department for h is a ssista n ce in making f ie ld c o lle c t io n s . Mr. Sheldon Dobkin o f the Marine Labora tory, U niversity o f Miami, made an important contribution by supplying specimens o f Palaemonetes paludosus.
more » ... emonetes paludosus. I want to thank Dr. Wilbur Tidd and Dr. Frank Fisk for reading and o fferin g comments on the manuscript. Much of my work was done away from th is campus. Dr. L. S. Putnam, D irector o f the F. T. Stone Laboratory, helped me in many ways w ith my work at Put in Bay. For th is I am sin c e r e ly g r a te fu l. I want to thank Dr. C. G. Bookhout, Dr. F. J. Vernberg, and the S t a f f o f the Duke U n iversity Marine Laboratory for th eir cooperation during my work at Beaufort. Very sp ecia l thanks are due Dr. A. C. Broad under whose guidance th is work was carried out. His personal in te r e s t and en th u sia stic cooperation were o f prime importance not only to the completion o f th is work, but to my success as a graduate student.
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