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Neurobiology and behavior of honeybees

, : Neurobiology and behavior of honeybees. Menzel, R And A Mercer (Ed ) Neurobiology And Behavior Of Honeybees Xiii+334p Springer-Verlag: New York, New York, Usa; Berlin, West Germany Illus Xiii+334p

This volume is comprised of contributions which examine both behavioral and neurobiologic aspects of Apis mellifera, the honeybee. The contributions are organized into seven sections which cover such areas as genetics and evolution, development, memory, learning, the visual system, and foraging. Brain signal processing, neuroanatomy, and aspects of behavior which are physiological in nature are other areas covered in the sections. Micrographs, diagrams, graphs, maps, a reference list, and a subject index provide supplementation.

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