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Morphology and spatial distribution of bee antennal lobe interneurones responsive to odours
Wholemount analysis with optic and confocal microscopy of iontophoretic ally stained (cobalt or Lucifer Yellow) bee antennal lobe interneurones led us to identify and classify four main types ofExpand
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Comparative study of the antennal lobes and their afferent pathway in the worker bee and the drone (Apis mellifera)
SummaryThe topography of the antennal afferent path-ways was studied comparatively in the worker bee and the drone of Apis mellifera L. by cellular marking, following localized application of cobaltExpand
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Odour quality processing by bee antennal lobe interneurones
IntraceLlular responses to olfactory signals (three components and the combination of mixtures which they can provide) of 90 morphological identified local and output interneurones of the beeExpand
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Kin recognition in honeybees
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Semiochemical basis of infestation of honey bee brood byVarroa jacobsoni
Capping of workerApis mellifera cells is elicited by four fatty acid methyl esters (Methyl palmitate, methyl oleate, methyl linoleate, and methyl linolenate) that are present on the surface of theExpand
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Ontogeny, maturation and plasticity of the olfactory system in the workerbee
Abstract The ontogeny and maturation of the olfactory system in the workerbee have been studied using a combination of neurophysiological (first order neurones) and neuroanatomical techniques (secondExpand
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[Rheumatoid anemia].
  • C. Masson
  • Medicine
  • Revue du rhumatisme et des maladies osteo…
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Influence of Social Environment on Genetically Based Subfamily Signature in the Honeybee
In honeybees, the cuticular hydrocarbon profiles are partly genetically based and differ between subfamilies, which suggests that they might be used by the workers as labels for subfamilyExpand
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Sunflower volatiles involved in honeybee discrimination among genotypes and flowering stages
In order to define the part of olfactory cues in the selective behavior of honeybees, observation on their foraging behavior was carried out on various sunflower genotypes in parallel with chemicalExpand
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