Associative Learning during Early Adulthood Enhances Later Memory Retention in Honeybees

@inproceedings{Arenas2009AssociativeLD,
  title={Associative Learning during Early Adulthood Enhances Later Memory Retention in Honeybees},
  author={Andr{\'e}s Arenas and Vanesa Martin Fernandez and Walter M Farina},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2009}
}
BACKGROUND Cognitive experiences during the early stages of life play an important role in shaping the future behavior in mammals but also in insects, in which precocious learning can directly modify behaviors later in life depending on both the timing and the rearing environment. However, whether olfactory associative learning acquired early in the adult stage of insects affect memorizing of new learning events has not been studied yet. METHODOLOGY Groups of adult honeybee workers that… CONTINUE READING
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