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Ethology of the honey bee

, : Ethology of the honey bee. Etologiya medonosnoi pchely: 336 pp.

This book deals with honey bee behaviour, both at individual and colony levels. It includes details of the author's own research, carried out over several years, on aspects such as sound communication, temperature regulation, and the effect of electromagnetic fields on honey bee orientation. The book is organized into 3 sections: The origin of social and structural organization in the honey bee colony; Organization of individual behaviour; Organization of group behaviour.

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