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Olfactory information transfer in the honeybee: compared efficiency of classical conditioning and early exposure.
Sandoz JC, Laloi D, Odoux JF, Pham-Delegue MH
Anim Behav  2000-v59-pp1025-1034

Risk-indifferent foraging behaviour in honeybees.
Fulop A, Menzel R
Anim Behav  2000-v60-pp657-666

Pattern learning by honeybees: conditioning procedure and recognition strategy.
Giurfa M, Hammer M, Stach S, Stollhoff N, Muller-deisig N, Mizyrycki C
Anim Behav  1999-v57-pp315-324

Bees travel novel homeward routes by integrating separately acquired vector memories
Menzel R, Geiger K, Joerges J, Muller U, Chittka L
Anim Behav  1998-v55-pp139-52

Effects of pollen quality and genotype on the dance of foraging honey bees.
Waddington KD, Nelson CM, Page RE
Anim Behav  1998-v56-pp35-9

Honeybee navigation: odometry with monocular input.
Srinivasan MV, Zhang SW, Lehrer M
Anim Behav  1998-v56-pp1245-1259

Uniform discrimination of pattern orientation by honeybees.
Sathees chandra BC L, Geetha VA, Abraham P, Karanth K, Thomas MV, Srinivasan R, Gadagkar R
Anim Behav  1998-v56-pp1391-1398

Heritability and threshold determinations of the optomotor response in Drosophila melanogaster.
Siegel IM
Anim Behav  1967-v15-pp299-306

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