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Sepia

Homeopathy
A homeopathic remedy formulated from the cuttlefish, a soft mollusk native to the Mediterranean Sea; it is used primarily for female disorders, such as premenstrual syndrome, physical and emotional changes during pregnancy, prolapsed uterus and pain with sexual intercourse. Sepia is also used for abdominal bloating, violent coughing, fatty food-related indigestion, genital herpes, hair loss, headaches, itching, increased sweating, “liver spots” on skin, low back pain, motion sickness, sinusitis, varicose veins and vertigo.

SEPIA

Computer software in the UK used to maintain data about care performance.
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Extensive population subdivision of the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis (Mollusca: Cephalopoda) around the Iberian Peninsula indicated by microsatellite DNA variation.
Concentration and distribution of heavy metals in tissues of two cephalopods, Eledone cirrhosa and Sepia officinalis, from the French coast of the English Channel.
Consecuentemente, en el musculo de Octopus mimus, las proteinas fueron la fuente mas importante de energia para sostener el evento reproductivo debido al catabolismo preferencial de las proteinas durante el ayuno, el cual fue detectado experimentalmente en Octopus vulgaris (Tait) y Sepia officinalis (Castro et al.
The effects of surimi and pelleted diets on the laboratory survival, growth and feeding rate of the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis L.
Histochemical localization of cholinesterases and monoamines in the central heart of Sepia officinalis L.
Effects of prey nutritional quality on the growth and survival of juvenile cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis (Linnaeus, 1758).
Hair cell polarization in the gravity receptor systems of the statocysts of the cephalopods Sepia officinalis and Loligo vulgaris.
Body pattern expression and its response to external cues during hunting in the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis (Cepha-lopoda).
2000), Sepia officinalis, and Euhadra congenita (Henry & Zatylny 2002).