Reptile reference list




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REPTILE REFERENCE LIST
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Gónzalez, J., & Rial, R.V. (1977). Eletrofisiologa de la cortez teleceflica de reptile (Lacerta galloti): EEG y potenciales evocados. Rev Esp Fisiol, 33, 239-248.
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Hartse, K.M., & Rechtschaffen, A. (1974). Effect of atropine sulfate on the sleep related EEG spike activity of the tortoise (Geochelone carbonaria). Brain Behav Evol, 9, 81-94.

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