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Scientific reports, ISSN 2045-2322, 2013, Volume 3, Issue 1, p. 2045
Sophisticated cognitive abilities have been documented in honeybees, possibly an aspect of their complex sociality. In vertebrates brain asymmetry enhances... 
MEMORY RECALL | APIS-MELLIFERA | VISION | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | INSECT | LATERALIZATION | BRAIN | BEES | Behavior, Animal | Animals | Social Behavior | Humans | Bees - physiology | Social interactions | Social behavior | Antennae | Proboscis | Cognitive ability | Latency
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Journal of Experimental Biology, ISSN 0022-0949, 03/2017, Volume 220, Issue 5, pp. 930 - 937
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Symmetry, ISSN 2073-8994, 12/2018, Volume 10, Issue 12, p. 739
Lateralization, i.e., the different functional roles played by the left and right sides of the brain, is expressed in two main ways: (1) in single individuals,... 
Evolution | Social interactions | ESS | Population-level | Individual-level | Lateralization | HEMISPHERIC-SPECIALIZATION | BEHAVIOR | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | social interactions | population-level | HANDEDNESS | evolution | ADVANTAGES | lateralization | individual-level | ASYMMETRY | PREFERENCES | COMPETITION | VISUAL LATERALIZATION | BRAIN
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Journal of Insect Behavior, ISSN 0892-7553, 9/2016, Volume 29, Issue 5, pp. 491 - 499
The left and right antennae of stingless bees have different roles in learning and recall of olfactory memory. Antennal asymmetry in social behavior is... 
Entomology | Behavioral Sciences | social behavior | Neurobiology | stingless bees | receptor numbers | approach | Lateralization | Life Sciences | antennae | contact | Agriculture | Animal Ecology | Evolutionary Biology | MEMORY RECALL | HYMENOPTERA | ENTOMOLOGY | EVOLUTION | COMPETITION | NEST DEFENSE | BRAIN | Social aspects | Bees | Antennas (Electronics) | Behavioral biology | Chemosensory perception
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Comparative Cognition and Behavior Reviews, ISSN 1911-4745, 2018, Volume 13, pp. 95 - 98
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Symmetry, ISSN 2073-8994, 08/2017, Volume 9, Issue 8, p. 135
Several species of social bees exhibit population-level lateralization in learning odors and recalling olfactory memories. Honeybees Apis mellifera and... 
Antennal sensilla | Asymmetry | Bees | Olfaction | Lateralization | lateralization | EVOLUTION | COMPETITION | BEHAVIOR | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | antennal sensilla | HONEYBEE | olfaction | asymmetry | BRAIN | bees | Skewed distributions | Recall | Odors
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Journal of Experimental Biology, ISSN 0022-0949, 02/2018, Volume 221, Issue 4, pp. jeb172601 - jeb172601
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SYMMETRY-BASEL, ISSN 2073-8994, 09/2019, Volume 11, Issue 9, p. 1121
Behavioral asymmetries exhibited by the common octopus, Octopus vulgaris, a cephalopod mollusk, during predatory and exploratory responses were investigated.... 
CUTTLEFISH SEPIA-OFFICINALIS | SYSTEM | TASK | cephalopod | octopus | behavioral asymmetry | BEHAVIOR | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | asymmetry | maze | lateralization | vision | EYE USE | ASYMMETRIES | EVOLUTION | ORIENTATION | ATTACK | context-dependent | brain asymmetry | BRAIN
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Frontiers in Physiology, ISSN 1664-042X, 2018, Volume 9
Flying bees make extensive use of optic flow the apparent motion in the visual scene generated by their own movement. Much of what is known about bees'... 
Motion | Optic flow | Bee | Closed-loop | Flight | Vision | Virtual reality | Free flight | optic flow | flight | virtual reality | closed-loop | PHYSIOLOGY | bee | ENVIRONMENTS | motion | HEAD MOVEMENTS | DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER | free flight | FRUIT-FLIES | PARALLAX | SPEED | vision | DIFFERENT PROXIMITY | HONEYBEE | OBJECT DETECTION | Control | Bumblebees | Research | Analysis | Visual perception
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Frontiers in physiology, ISSN 1664-042X, 2018, Volume 9, p. 1038
Flying bees make extensive use of optic flow: the apparent motion in the visual scene generated by their own movement. Much of what is known about bees'... 
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