Zlatkin and Heuer 2019 Aplysia data Royal Society Open Science
datasetposted on 08.11.2019 by Rebecca Zlatkin, Rachael Heuer
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This file contains raw data including individual replicates for behavioral trials and acid-base measurements, in addition to biometric data for each animal (mass). For the tail-withdrawal reflex, this includes the amount of time for the reflex in addition to the percent of the body withdrawn. For the righting reflex, the time to complete the reflex is reported. Acid-base measurement data includes extracellular pH (pHe), bicarbonate, and pCO2 levels.