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Barghmann, C. I. (1993).  Genetic and cellular analysis of behavior in C. elegans.  Annu. Rev. Neurosci. 16: 47-71.

 

Bargmann, C. I. and H. R. Horvitz (1991).  Chemosensory neurons with overlapping functions direct chemotaxis to multiple chemicals in C. elegans.

 

Bower, J. M. and D. Beeman (1998).  The book of GENESIS: Exploring realistic neural models with the GEneral NEural SImulation System.  Springer-Verlag.

 

Davis, R. E. and A. O. W. Stretton (1989a).  Passive membrane properties of motorneurons and their role in passive signaling in the nematode Ascaris.  Journal of Neuroscience 9: 403-414.

 

Davis, R. E. and A. O. W. Stretton (1989b).  Signalling properties of Ascaris motorneurons: graded active responses, graded synaptic transmission, and tonic neurotransmitter release.  Journal of Neuroscience 9: 415-425.

 

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Ferree, T. C., B. A. Marcotte and S. R. Lockery (1997). Neural network models of chemotaxis in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans. In: Advances in Neural Information Processing System 9: 55-61. MIT Press.

 

Ferree, T. C. and S. R. Lockery (1998). Chemotaxis control by linear recurrent networks.  In Bower, J. (Ed.) Computational Neuroscience: Trends in Research.  Plenum Press.

 

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Computational Science Institute, University of Oregon