Social signals and aversive learning in honey bee drones and workers

Abstract

The dissemination of information is a basic element of group cohesion. In honey bees (Apis mellifera Linnaeus 1758), like in other social insects, the principal method for colony-wide information exchange is communication via pheromones. This medium of communication allows multiple individuals to conduct tasks critical to colony survival. Social signaling… (More)
DOI: 10.1242/bio.021543

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@inproceedings{Avalos2017SocialSA, title={Social signals and aversive learning in honey bee drones and workers}, author={Arian Avalos and Eddie P{\'e}rez and Lianna Vallejo and Mar{\'i}a G. P{\'e}rez and Charles I. Abramson and Tugrul Giray}, booktitle={Biology open}, year={2017} }