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Behavioral development in the honey bee: toward the study of learning under natural conditions


, : Behavioral development in the honey bee: toward the study of learning under natural conditions. Learning & Memory 2(5): 199-224

This review, with almost 150 references, discusses the relationship of - and the distinction between - 'learning' and the 'behavioural maturation' that supports age polyethism. A synthesis of results from laboratory and field highlights the plasticity inherent in honey bee maturation and recognizes the convergence of separate lines of research on mushroom bodies.

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Accession: 002763475

PMID: 10467576

DOI: 10.1101/lm.2.5.199

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