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The Middle Triassic Wetterstein Limestone was investigated on the Feuerkogel, in the eastern Höllengebirge area, Austria. Cephalopod-bearing coquina interbeds consisting predominantly of orthocone cephalopods were found within the dasycladacean inner platform lagoon facies. Based on sedimentological studies the coquina beds are interpreted as storm accumulations. Dasycladacean biostratigraphic data permit assigning the studied succession to the Late Anisian-Early Ladinian interval. Ammonites of age-diagnostic value found in the coquina horizon suggest the Avisianum Subzone of the Reitzi Zone that corresponds to the upper part of the Anisian.

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Nixon, M., Young, J. Z. (2003) The Brains and Lives of Cephalopods . Oxford University Press, Oxford. Young J. Z

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Sinanoglou, V. J. & Miniadis-Meimaroglou, S. (1999): Fatty acid of neutral and polar lipids of (edible) Mediterranean cephalopods. Fd Res. inter. , 31 (6-7), 467-473. Fatty acid of neutral and polar lipids of (edible) Mediterranean

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Authors: N. Hayashi, H. Katagiri, O. Narita and M. Kinoshita

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For a realistic dose estimation, we derived the concentration factors (CF) of plutonium and americium for the field measurements of marine products and ambient coastal sea water.The distribution of the concentration ratios (CR) between the concentration in marine products and that in ambient sea water shows a lognormal distribution. The concentration factors of plutonium and americium which are derived as the geometric mean of CR values, are 231 and 67 for whitebait, 12 and 37 for flatfish, 350 and 220 for brown algea, 140 and 670 for shell fish, 27 and 130 for cephalopods, and 250 and 550 for crustaceans, respectively.

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(NOS) in the brain of the cephalopod Sepia officinalis . J. Comp. Neurol. 428 , 411–427. Messenger J. B. Nitric oxide synthase (NOS) in the brain of the cephalopod Sepia officinalis

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. & Montero, P. (2002): Characterisation of non-protein nitrogen in the cephalopods volador ( Illex coindetii ), pota ( Todaropsis eblanae ) and octopus ( Eledone cirrhosa ). Fd Chem. , 76 , 165–172. Montero P

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Authors: L. Papaspyridi, V. Sinanoglou, I. Strati, P. Katapodis and P. Christakopoulos

of (edible) Mediterranean cephalopods. Fd Res. Int. , 31 , 467–473. Miniadis-Meimaroglou S. Fatty acid of neutral and polar lipids of (edible) Mediterranean cephalopods

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Authors: A. Zervou, V. Sinanoglou, G. Papadas, N. Thomaidis, D. Meimaroglou and S. Miniadis-Meimaroglou

336 344 Sinanoglou. V.J. & Miniadis-Meimaroglou, S. (1998): Fatty acid of neutral and polar lipids of (edible) Mediterranean cephalopods. Fd Res. int. , 31 , 467

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F. Olóriz F.J. Rodríguez-Tovar Advancing Research on Living and Fossil Cephalopods Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers

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ammonoid biochronology from the Balaton Highland (Hungary). — Journal of the Geological Society, London, 160 , pp. 271 – 284 . Parnes , A. 1986 : Middle Triassic cephalopods from the

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