neuroethology


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neuroethology

the study of the effects of the nervous system on behaviour.
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Nakamura, "Nectar loads as fuel for collecting nectar and pollen in honeybees: adjustment by sugar concentration," Journal of Comparative Physiology A: Neuroethology, Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology, vol.
Journal of Comparative Physiology A, Neuroethology, Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology 197(12): 1127-1133.
One afternoon in the fall of 2009, I perched on a stool in a neuroethology laboratory at a university in the US.
Schore, 2007, <<How Elephants Are Opening Doors: Developmental Neuroethology, Attachment and Social Context>>, Ethology, 113: 426-436.
(1) Program in Neuroethology, University of Veracruz, 91190 Xalapa, VER, Mexico
Moffat, "Neurobehavioral correlates of sound communication in anurans," in Advances in Vertebrate Neuroethology, J.-P.
Susswein, "Comparative neuroethology of feeding control in molluscs," The Journal of Experimental Biology, vol.
Study leader Dr Geraldine Wright, Reader in Neuroethology at Newcastle University, explained that the effect of caffeine benefits both the honeybee and the plant: "Remembering floral traits is difficult for bees to perform at a fast pace as they fly from flower to flower and we have found that caffeine helps the bee remember where the flowers are.
Study leader Dr Geraldine Wright, Reader in Neuroethology at Newcastle University, UK, explained that the effect of caffeine benefits both the honeybee and the plant.
Study leader Dr Geraldine Wright, a reader in neuroethology at Newcastle University, said that the effect of caffeine benefits both the honeybee and the plant.
Giurfa, "Cognitive neuroethology: dissecting non-elemental learning in a honeybee brain," Current Opinion in Neurobiology, vol.
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