(full paper is archived in the Miller Library)
Title: The presence of an amine which discourages predation on Cirriformia spirabrancha
Student Author(s): Judd, Thomas E.
Faculty Advisor(s): Pearse, J
Location: Final Papers Biology 175H
Date: June 1968
Keywords: Polychaete worm
Abstract: The lack of predation on C. spirabrancha seems to be due mainly to a compound found within the body tissue, which has thus far been identified only as a primary amine. This compound seems to make C. spirabrancha unpalatable to other animals.