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Effects of tentacle amputation and regeneration on the morphology and activity of the olfactory center of the terrestrial slug Limax valentianus
Journal of Experimental Biology
Surgery The tentacle amputation of the slugs (12-13 weeks post hatching) was performed under anesthesia, as described previously (Yamagishi et al., 2008; Matsuo et al., 2010b) . Both the superior and inferior tentacles were amputated unilaterally, and approximately 200l of physiological saline (70mmoll -1 NaCl, 2.0mmoll -1 KCl, SUMMARY The tentacles of pulmonates regenerate spontaneously following amputation. The regenerated tentacle is equipped with all the elements necessary for normaldoi:10.1242/jeb.046938 pmid:20802116 fatcat:pajoo7pho5euldob3jaqe3pht4