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Libros de anatomía[]

  1. A Scanning Electron Microscope Atlas of the Honey Bee. Eric H. Ericson, Jr; Stanley D. Carlson; Martin B. Garmen. Iowa. University Press. Este excelente Atlas de Microscopia Electrónico está en HTML y tiene links con problemas. 21.8 MB.
  2. Anatomia der Bienen. 3280 Kb. Libro visual de anatomía de la abeja en alemán. Excelentes Fotografías.

Videos de anatomía[]

  1. Modelo tridimensional del cerebro de una abeja. Video 280 Kb. Windows Media. Ver Nuevo.
  2. Tomografía computada del cerebro de una abeja. Video 874 Kb. Windows Media. Ver Nuevo.

Artículos en español[]

  1. Informe Técnico Nº 1. PDF 212 Kb. Extractado de http://www.apicultura.entupc.com
  2. Informe Técnico Nº 2. PDF 268 Kb. Extractado de http://www.apicultura.entupc.com
  3. Informe Técnico Nº 3. PDF 202 Kb. Extractado de http://www.apicultura.entupc.com
  4. Informe Técnico Nº 4. PDF 177 Kb. Extractado de http://www.apicultura.entupc.com
  5. Informe Técnico Nº 5. PDF 294 Kb. Extractado de http://www.apicultura.entupc.com
  6. Informe Técnico Nº 6. PDF 294 Kb. Extractado de http://www.apicultura.entupc.com
  7. Informe Técnico Total PDF 673 Kb. Extractado de http://www.apicultura.entupc.com
  8. Los veintiún estadios fotográficos de una abeja obrera. PDF 418 Kb. Word 111 Kb. Cooperativa Eléctrica Las Perdices.
  9. Análisis morfométrico de la Abeja Aphis mellifera en el departamento del Tolima. PDF 234 Kb. Grosso, G.
  10. Manual Básico de Apícola. Sec. de Agric. Gan. Des. Rural Pesca y Alim. PDF 1968 Kb. (México).
  11. Historia de la Apicultura. Capítulo 1. PDF 27 Kb. INPE 4016
  12. Castas de Aphis mellifera utilizada en la apicultura. PDF 13 Kb. INPE 4016.
  13. Nomenclatura e interpretazione della venulazione alare degli apoidei. una revisione critica. PDF 910 Kb. Inttopa, F. Piazza M.G., Bolchi Serini.
  14. Estudio biométrico de poblaciones de abejas (Apis mellifera L.) del centro de Portugal y de Madeira. PDF 160 Kb. Padilla çlvarez, F., M.J. Valerio Da Silva, F. Campano Cabanes, E. Jiménez Vaquero, F. Puerta Puerta, J.M. Flores Serrano y M. Bustos Ruiz. Arch. Zootec. 50: 67-77. 2001.
  15. Insetos Sociais: um Exemplo de Magnetismo Animal. PDF 212 Kb. Daniel Acosta-Avalos, Eliane Wajnberg, Darci M. S. Esquivel, Lea Jaccoud El Jaick. Revista Brasileira de Ensino de Física, vol. 22, no. 3, Setembro, 2000.
  16. Efectos del campo geomagnético en insectos sociales. PDF 114 Kb. Word 146 Kb. Darci M. S. Esquivel, Eliane Wajnberg, Léa J. El-Jaick, Daniel Acosta-Avalos, Marília P. Linhares. Ciencia al Día Internacional. JUNIO, 2000 Número 2 Volumen 3
  17. Por que as abelhas de Apis mellifera são mais atraídas por lâmpada incandescente que por lâmpada infra-vermelha?. PDF 451 Kb. Ana Olivia M. De Oliveira, Sandra de M Soares. Acad. Insecta 1(2): 1-3 (2001).
  18. Un viaje por el intestino de la abeja. PDF 14 Kb. Word 29 Kb. Bruno Porlier. Gaceta del Colmenar. SADA.
  19. ¿Como determinar la maduración del zángano?. Word 40 Kb. Portal Apícola. http://www.apicultura.entupc.com
  20. Lámina 1: Anatomía Apis mellifera. PDF 745 Kb. Josep Mates i Rubi 1992-2004.
  21. Lámina 2: Metamorfosis de la Apis mellifera. PDF 752 Kb. Josep Mates i Rubi 1992-2004.
  22. Lámina 3: Sistemas en la Apis mellifica. PDF 224 Kb. Josep Mates i Rubi 1992-2004.
  23. Lámina 4: Sistemas en la Apis mellifica. (Continuación). PDF 168 Kb. Josep Mates i Rubi 1992-2004.
  24. The Type Specimens of Apoidea (Hymenoptera) Deposited in the Entomological Collection of Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, Río de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil. PDF 61 Kb. Marisa Vianna Ferraz. Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, Vol. 92(3): 353-356, 1997.

Morfomería[]

  1. Caracterización morfométrica de Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera, Apidae) procedentes de San Cosme, Provincia de Corrientes. Estado de Avance. PDF 139 Kb. Ortiz, María I.; Cowper Coles, Francisco; Olivera, Griselda M. Universidad Nacional del Nordeste. Comunicaciones Científicas y Tecnológicas. 2004. Resumen V059.
  2. Estudio morfológico de las abejas melíferas del archipiélago Canario (Gran Canaria, Tenerife, La Palma, Gomera). PDF 104 Kb. Padilla Álvarez, F., R. Hernández Fernández, J. Reyes López, F. Puerta Puerta, J.M. Flores Serrano y M. Bustos. Arch. Zootec. 47: 451-459. 1998.
  3. Comparaciones en fisiología y evolución, y por qué las abejas pueden hacer las cosas que hacen. PDF 301 Kb. Lars Chittka; Anna Dornhaus. Ciencia al Día. Mayo 1999, Vol. 2, No. 2.
  4. Estudio morfométrico y sistemático del grado de africanización de la Abeja Apis mellifera en algunas zonas del departamento de Boyacá (Part 1). PDF 75 Kb. Salamanca G.G; Vargas, E .F; Pérez F.C. Universidad del Tolima, Colombia.
  5. Análisis morfométrico de la abeja Apis melliifera (L) en algunas zonas apicolas. Departamento del Tolima. Colombia. PDF 241 Kb. Guillermo Salamanca Grosso; Fernando Londoño Morales; Fredy Arvey Rivera Páez; Manuel Oswaldo Zapata Ochoa. Universidad del Tolima, Colombia.
  6. Estudio biométrico de las abejas domésticas de la palma. (1. Proboscis, pata posterior, índice cubital AIB, 32 y 411 terguito y 32 y 4° esternito). PDF 1.864 Kb. M. Bustos Ruiz, R. Hernández Fernández, F. Padilla Alvarez, José Manuel Flores Serrano, F. Puerta Puerta. Archivos de zootecnia, ISSN 0004-0592, Vol. 46, Nº 173, 1997, pags. 21-30.
  7. Estudio biométrico de la abeja melifera (Apis mellifera, Linneo 1758) (Hymenoptera, Apidae) de la isla de La Palma del Archipiélago Canario. II. Ángulos y longitudes de las alas. 122 PDF Kb F. Padilla Alvarez, R. Hernández Fernández y J. Reyes López. Zoologica baetica 12:25-35.
  8. Estudio de la diversidad morfológica existente en las abejas melíferas (Apis Mellifera L.) del sur de Europa y del continente sudamericano. PDF 45 Kb. F.T.P.S. Sereno, F. Padilla Alvarez. Archivos de zootecnia, ISSN 0004-0592, Vol. 54, Nº 206-207, 2005, pags. 221-226.
  9. Alpatov, W. W. (1928). Variation of hooks on the hind wing of the honey bee (Apis mellifera L.). PDF 1.588 Kb. Biol Bull 55: 209-234. (September 1928). 1928 Marine Biological Laboratory.
  10. Friedrich Ruttner, Eric Milner & John E. Dews (2006). L'abeille noire européenne. Libro Total PDF 2.694 Kb. Published by The British Isles Bee Breeders Association. The Dark European Honey Bee. BIBBA, 1990, 52 p. Adaptation en français par Jean Marie Van Dyck (2006).

Artículos en Inglés, Alemán, Francés o Italiano.[]

  1. Klonierung und funktionelle Charakterisierung eines Octopamin-Rezeptors aus der Honigbiene (Apis mellifera). PDF 5199 Kb. Vom Gen. am Fachbereich 7 – Umwelt und Gesellschaft der Technischen Universität Berlin. pp:1-80. En Alemán.
  2. Honeybees ( Apis mellifera) Remember Two Near-Target Landmark Constellations. PDF 78 Kb. Ken Cheng. Learning and Motivation 29, 435–443 (1998).
  3. Single cocaine exposure in vivo induces long-term potentiation in dopamine neurons. PDF 234 Kb. Mark A. Ungless, Jennifer L. Whistler, Robert C. Malenka & Antonello Bonci. Nature. Vol. 411. 31 May 2001. www.nature.com
  4. Why do honey bees dance?. PDF 241 Kb. Anna Dornhaus, Lars Chittka. Behav Ecol Sociobiol (2004) 55:395–401.
  5. Form and Function in the Honey Bee. PDF 202 Kb. Lesley Goodman. Nature. Vol. 424. 24 July 2003. http://www.nature.com
  6. Division of labor between undertaker specialists and other middle-aged workers in honey bee colonies. PDF 792. Stephen T. Trumbo, Zhi-Yong Huang, Gene E. Robinson. Behav Ecol Sociobiol (1997) 41: 151-163.
  7. Arthropod phylogeny based on eight molecular loci and morphology. PDF 235 Kb. Gonzalo Giribet, Gregory D. Edgecombe & Ward C. Wheeler. Nature Vol. 413. 13 September 2001. www.nature.com
  8. Proton Electron Nuclear Double Resonance from Nitrosyl Horse Heart Myoglobin: The Role of His-E7 and Val-E11. PDF 196 Kb. Marco Flores, Eliane Wajnberg, and George Bemski. Biophysical Journal Volume 78 April 2000 2107–2115.
  9. Biochemical characterization, molecular cloning and localization of a putative odorant-binding protein in the honey bee Apis mellifera L. (Hymenoptera: Apidea). PDF 744 Kb. E. Dantya, C. Michard-Vanheèea, J.-C. Huetb, E. Genecquea, J.-C. Pernolletb, C. Massona. FEBS Letters 414 (1997) 595-598.
  10. Silk formation mechanisms in the larval salivary glands of Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera: Apidae). PDF 847. Elaine Silva-Zacarin, Reginal Silva de Moraes, Taboga, S. R.. J. Biosci. Vol. 28, No. 6, December 2003, 753–764, Indian Academy of Sciences.
  11. Ferromagnetic Resonance of Horse Spleen Ferritin: Core Blocking and Surface Ordering Temperatures. PDF 108 Kb. Eliane Wajnberg, Lea J. El Jaick, Marília P. Linhares, Darci M. S. Esquivel. Journal of Magnetic Resonance 153, 69–74 (2001).
  12. Induced remanent magnetization of social insects. PDF 69 Kb. E. Wajnberg, G. Cernicchiaro, D. Acosta-Avalos, L.J. El-Jaick, D.M.S. Esquivel. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 226-230 (2001) 2040-2041.
  13. Bees travel novel homeward routes by integrating separately acquired vector memories. PDF 275 Kb. Randolf Menzel, Karl Geiger, Jasdan Joerges, Uli Muller, Lars Chittka. Anim. Behav., 1998, 55, 139–152.
  14. The use of landmarks and panoramic context in the performance of local vectors by navigating honeybees. PDF 104 Kb. Matthew Collett, Duane Harland, Thomas S. Collett. The Journal of Experimental Biology 205, 807–814 (2002).
  15. Gravity-Independent Orientation of Honeycomb Cells. PDF 148 Kb. Pratt, S. C. Naturwissenschaften 87, 33–35 (2000).
  16. When Is Self-Organization Used in Biological Systems?. PDF 31 Kb. THOMAS D. SEELEY. Biol. Bull. 202: 314–318. (June 2002).
  17. Identification and biological implications of Apis mellifera pupal phase overexpressed genes. PDF 18 Kb. Nunes F.M.F, Costa M.C.R, et al.
  18. Trees for bees. (Evolucion de la corbícula). Peter J. Lockhart; Sydney A. Cameron. Trends in Ecology & Evolution Vol.16 No.2:84-88. February 2001
  19. The Biology of the Honeybee. Apis mellifera. PDF 883 Kb. Apunte general sobre biología de la abeja.
  20. Reconstructing the Visual Field of Compound Eyes. PDF 2568 Kb. Steven Collins. Image Synthesis Group, Trinity College Dublin.
  21. Differences in Body Colour Expression Between European and Asian Honeybees. PDF 326 Kb. J. Woyke. Asian Bees and Beekeeping Progres of Research and Development Proceedings of Fourth Asian Apicultural Association International Conference, Katmandu, March 23-28, 1998.
  22. Odour coding is bilaterally symmetrical in the antennal lobes of honeybees ( Apis mellifera). PDF 537 Kb. C. Giovanni Galizia, Karl Nagler, Bert Holldobler; Randolf Menzel. European Journal of Neuroscience, Vol. 10, pp. 2964–2974, 1998.
  23. Diferences in the number of antennal sensory structures of males of three honey bee types. PDF 442 Kb. Stort, A. C.; Moraes-Alves, M. M. B. Rev. Brasil. Biol., 59(1): 161-166.
  24. Antennal malformations in light ocelli drones of Apis mellifera. PDF 148 Kb. Chaud-Netto. J. Rev. Brasil. Biol., 60(1): 123-127.
  25. Changes in the structure and pigmentation of the eyes of honeybee (Apis mellifera L.) queens with the limão mutation. PDF 491 Kb. José Chaud-Netto and Carminda da Cruz-Landim. Genetics and Molecular Biology, 23, 1, 93-96 (2000).
  26. Organization of the cysts in bee (Hymenoptera, Apidae) testis: number of spermatozoa per cyst. PDF 399 Kb. Carminda da Cruz-Landim. Iheringia, Sér. Zool., Porto Alegre, (91):183-189.
  27. Ovarian growth during larval development of queen and worker of Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera: Apidae): a morphometric and histological study. PDF 1863 Kb. Reginato, R. D, Cruz-Landim, C. Braz. J. Biol., 63(1): 121-127, 2003.
  28. Mating influence in the ovary diferentiation in adult queens of of Apis mellifera L. (Hymenoptera, Apidae). PDF 3190 Kb. Patricio, K.; Cruz-Landim, C. Braz. J. Biol., 62(4A): 641-649, 2002.
  29. Morphometric and adaptatives aspects in Africanized Honeybees (Apis mellifera). PDF 1574 Kb. Oliveira, J.R; Brandeburgo M.A; Marcolino, M.T. Rev. Brasil. Biol., 60(2): 307-314.
  30. Electrophoretic Protein Pattern and Acid Phosphatase Activity in the Midgut Extracts of Apis mellifera L. (Hymenoptera: Apidae) During Metamorphosis. PDF 49 Kb. Vagner M. Cavalcante; Carminda Da Cruz Landim. Neotropical Entomology 33(2):169-172 (2004).
  31. Sex determination in honey bees (Apinae and Meliponinae) and its consequences. PDF 69 Kb. Word 106 Kb. Warwick Estevam Kerr. Braz. J. Genet. vol. 20 no. 4 Ribeirão Preto Dec. 1997.
  32. Modelling phylogenetic relationships using reticulated networks. PDF 214 Kb. V Ladimir M Akarenkov, Pierre L Egendre; Yves Desdevises. The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters; Zoologica Scripta, 33 , 1, January 2004, pp89–96.
  33. Disease Strategy Bee diseases. PDF 216 Kb. Australian Veterinary Emergency Plan Ausvetplan 1996. Razas largo alar.
  34. Multiple Molecular Data Sets Suggest Independent Origins of Highly Eusocial Behavior in Bees (Hymenoptera:Apinae). PDF 387 Kb Sydney A. Cameron; Patrick Mardulyn. Syst. Biol. 50(2):194–214, 2001.
  35. Mechanisms of thermal stability during flight in the honeybee Apis mellifera. PDF 265 Kb. Stephen P. Roberts; Jon F. Harrison. The Journal of Experimental Biology 202, 1523–1533 (1999).
  36. Changes in the thoracic temperature of honeybees while receiving nectar from foragers collecting at different reward rates. PDF 209 Kb. Walter M. Farina; Alejandro J. Wainselborim. The Journal of Experimental Biology 204, 1653–1658 (2001).
  37. Olfaction: Scent-triggered navigation in honeybees. PDF 122 Kb. Judith Reinhard, Mandyam V. Srinivasan, Shaowu Zhang. Nature 427, 411 (29 Jan 2004) Brief Communications.
  38. Selective neuroanatomical plasticity and division of labour in the honeybee. PDF 400 Kb. Ginger S. Withers, Susan E. Fahrbach, Gene E. Robinson. Nature 364, 238 - 240 (15 Jul 1993) Letters to Editor (from the Nature Archive: January 1987 - December 1996).
  39. Kin selection and the problem of sperm utilization in social insects. PDF 323 Kb. Kenneth G. Ross. Nature 323, 798 - 800 (30 Oct 1986) Letters to Editor.
  40. Oxygen uptake occurs faster than sodium pumping in bee retina after a light flash. PDF 367 Kb. M. Tsacopoulos, R. K. Orkand, J. A. Coles, S. Levy, S. Poitry. Nature 301, 604 - 606 (17 Feb 1983) Letters to Editor.
  41. Is pattern vision in insects mediated by 'cortical' processing?. PDF 248 Kb. M. V. Srinivasan, S. W. Zhang, B. Rolfe. Nature 362, 539 - 540 (08 Apr 1993) Letters to Editor (from the Nature Archive: January 1987 - December 1996).
  42. Neurochemicals aid bee nestmate recognition. PDF 168 Kb. Gene E. Robinson, Laura M. Heuser, Yves LeConte, Frederic Lenquette, Robert M. Hollingworth. Nature 399, 534 - 535 (10 Jun 1999) Scientific Correspondence.
  43. Representations of odours and odour mixtures visualized in the honeybee brain. PDF 1755 Kb. Jasdan Joerges, Armin Kittner, C. Giovanni Galizia, Randolf Menzel. Nature 387, 285 - 288 (15 May 1997) Letters to Editor.
  44. Local-feature assembling in visual pattern recognition and generalization in honeybees. PDF 292 Kb. Silke Stach, Julie Benard, Martin Giurfa. Nature 429, 758 - 761 (17 Jun 2004) Letters to Nature.
  45. Neurobiology: Social eating for stress. PDF 131 Kb. Marla B. Sokolowski. Nature 419, 893 - 894 (31 Oct 2002) News and Views.
  46. Kinetics of flight muscles from insects with different wingbeat frequencies. PDF 334 Kb. J. E. Molloy, V. Kyrtatas, J. C. Sparrow, D. C. S. White. Nature 328, 449 - 451 (30 Jul 1987) Letters to Editor (from the Nature Archive: January 1987 - December 1996).
  47. Impaired odour discrimination on desynchronization of odour-encoding neural assemblies. PDF 375 Kb. Mark Stopfer, Seetha Bhagavan, Brian H. Smith, Gilles Laurent. Nature 390, 70 - 74 (06 Nov 1997) Letters to Nature.
  48. Insect motion detectors matched to visual ecology. PDF 933 Kb. D. C. O'Carroll, N. J. Bidweii, S. B. Laughlin, E. J. Warrant. Nature 382, 63 - 66 (04 Jul 1996) Letters to Editor.
  49. Neuronal correlates of sleep, wakefulness and arousal in a diurnal insect. PDF 340 Kb. Walter Kaiser, Jana Steiner-Kaiser. Nature 301, 707 - 709 (24 Feb 1983) Letters to Editor.
  50. Cross-bridge interaction, with oppositely polarized actin filaments in double-overlap zones of insect flight muscle. PDF 385 Kb. K. Trombitos, A. Tigyi-Sebes. Nature 309, 168 - 170 (10 May 1984) Letters to Editor.
  51. Selective neuroanatomical plasticity and division of labour in the honeybee. PDF 399 Kb. Ginger S. Withers, Susan E. Fahrbach, Gene E. Robinson. Nature 364, 238 - 240 (15 Jul 1993) Letters to Editor.
  52. The glomerular code for odor representation is species specific in the honeybee Apis mellifera. PDF 558 Kb. C. Giovanni Galizia, Silke Sachse, Angelika Rappert, Randolf Menzel. Nature Neuroscience 2, 473 - 478 (01 May 1999) Article.
  53. Think like a bee. PDF 1190 Kb. Jim Giles. Nature 410, 510 - 512 (29 Mar 2001) News Feature.
  54. Evaluating alternative hypotheses for the origin of eusociality in corbiculate bees. PDF Thompson, G.J., B. P. Oldroyd. Mol. Phylogen. Evol. 33:452-456. (2004).
  55. Variación morfométrica, alosimica y de mt ADN en las poblaciones de abejas (Apis cypria Pollmann, 1879) del norte de Chipre. PDF 428 Kb. I. Kandemir, Marina D. Meixner, Ayca Ozcan, S. W. Sheppard. 38-th International Apicultural Congress of Apimondia. Ljubljana. Slovenia. Inglés.
  56. El concepto de raza:: evolución y realidad. PDF 65 Kb.Sierra Alfranca, I. Arch. Zootec. 50: 547-564. 2001.
  57. El concepto de raza. Un enfoque epistemológico. PDF 103 Kb. Rodero, E.; M. Herrera. Arch. Zootec. 49: 5-16. 2000.
  58. Variabilidad del ADN mitocondrial en poblaciones de Apis mellifera iberica de Galicia (NW España). PDF 89 Kb. Cánovas, F., P. de la Rúa, J. Serrano y J. Galián. Arch. Zootec. 51: 441-448. 2002.
  59. Sperm-mediated transformation of the honey bee, Apis mellifera. Robinson KO, Ferguson HJ, Cobey S, Vaessin H, Smith BH Insect Molecular Biology. 9: 625-634. (2000).
  60. A computational model of the response of honey bee antennal lobe circuitry to odor blends: Overshadowing, blocking and unblocking can arise from lateral inhibition. Linster C, Smith BH. Behavioral Brain Research 87: 1-14. (1997)
  61. Olfactory conditioning in the honey bee (Apis mellifera): Effects of CS intensity. Bhagavan S; Smith BH. Physiology & Behavior 61: 107-117. 1997.
  62. The olfactory memory of the honeybee Apis mellifera. II. Blocking between odorants in binary mixtures. PDF 169 Kb. BH Smith; S Cobey. J. Exp. Biol. 1994 195: 91-108
  63. The olfactory memory of the honeybee, Apis mellifera III. Bilateral sensory input is necessary for induction and expression of olfactory blocking. Thorn, RS, Smith BH. J. Experimental Biology 200: 2045-2055.
  64. Impaired odour discrimination by desynchronization of odor-encoding neural assemblies. Stopfer M, Bhagavan S, Smith BH, Laurent G. Nature. 390: 70-74. 1997.
  65. Visual modulation of olfactory learning in honeybees. Gerber, B, Smith BH. J. Experimental Biology 201: 2213-2217. 1998.
  66. An analysis of synthetic processing of odor mixtures in the honey bee (Apis mellifera). Chandra SBC, Smith BH. J. Experimental Biology 201: 3113-3121. 1998.
  67. An analysis interaction in binary odorant mixtures. Smith BH. Physiology & Behavior., 65: 397-407. 1998.
  68. Generalization between binary odor mixtures and their components in the rat. Linster C, Smith BH. Physiology & Behavior 66: 701-707. 1999
  69. Associative olfactory conditioning of the moth, Manduca sexta. Daly K, Smith BH. J. Experimental Biology 203: 2025-2038. 2000.
  70. Blocking and the detection of odor components in blends. Hosler JS, Smith BH. J. Experimental Biology 203: 2797-2806. 2000.
  71. Generalization of olfactory-based conditioned response reveals unique but overlapping odour representations in the moth, Manduca sexta. Daly K, Chandra SBC, Durtschi ML, Smith BH. J. Experimental Biology. 204: 3085-3095. 2001.
  72. Olfactory-based discrimination learning in the moth, Manduca sexta. Daly K, Durtschi M, Smith BH. J. Insect Physiology 47: 375-384. 2001.
  73. Discrimination of natural floral blends by the honeybee. Wright GA, Smith BH. J. Chemical Ecology. 28: 721-740. abstract. 2002.
  74. Modulation of early olfactory processing by an identified octopaminergic reinforcement pathway in the honeybee. Farooqui T, Robinson K, Vaessin H, Smith BH. J. Neuroscience. 23: 5370-5380. 2003.
  75. Variation in complex olfactory stimuli and its influence on odour recognition. Wright GA, Smith BH. Proceedings of the Royal Society London B 271: 147-152. 2004.
  76. Different thresholds for detection and discrimination of odors in the honeybee (Apis mellifera). Wright GA, Smith BH. Chemical Senses 29: 127-135. 2004.
  77. Molecular features of odorants systematically influence slow temporal responses across clusters of coordinated antennal lobe units in the moth Manduca sexta. Daly KS, Wright GA, Smith BH. J. Neurophysiology. 92, 236-254. 2004.
  78. Learning modulates the ensemble representations for odors in primary olfactory networks. Daly KC, Christensen TA, Lei H, Smith BH, Hildebrand JG. Proceedings National Academy Science (USA). 101: 10476-10481. 2004.
  79. Octopamine receptors in the honeybee (Apis mellifera) brain and their disruption by RNA-mediated interference. Farooqui T, Vaessin H, Smith BH. Journal of Insect Physiology. 50: 701-713. 2004.
  80. Odor processing in the honeybee antennal lobe. Silke Sachse. Fachbereich Biologie, Chemie, Pharmazie, Freie Universität Berlin. Berlín 2002. Duftverarbeitung im Antennallobus der Honigbiene.
  81. The role of the mushroom bodies in olfactory learning of the honeybee (Apis mellifera). Bernhard Komischke. Fachbereich Biologie, Chemie, Pharmazie, Freie Universität Berlin. 2004. Die Rolle der Pilzkörper beim olfaktorischen Lernen der Honigbiene (Apis mellifera).
  82. Investigations of changes of the neuronal representation of odors caused by associative and non associative learning in the antennal lobe of the honey bee, Apis mellifera. Marcel Weidert. Fachbereich Biologie, Chemie, Pharmazie, Freie Universität Berlin. 2003. Untersuchungen zur Veränderung der neuronalen Repräsentation von Düften als Folge assoziativer und nicht assoziativer Lernprozesse im Antennallobus der Honigbiene, Apis mellifera.
  83. Is the number of antennal plate organs (sensilla placodea) greater in hygienic than in non-hygienic Africanized honey bees? PDF 815 Kb. Kátia Peres Gramacho, Lionel Segui Gonçalves, Antônio Carlos Stort, Adriana Backx Noronha. Gen. Mol. Res. 2 (3): 309-316. 2003.
  84. Ecoclines in the Near East along 36 N latitude in Apis mellifera L. PDF file (311 KB). F. Ruttner, M. Pour Elmi, S. Fuchs. Apidologie 31(1): 157-165.
  85. Molecular confirmation of a fourth lineage in honeybees from Near East. PDF file (751 KB). P. Franck, L. Garnery, M. Solignac, J.-M. Cornuet. Apidologie Vol 31(2):167-180. 2000.
  86. Spatial analysis of morphological variation in African honeybees (Apis mellifera L.) on a continental scale. PDF file (937 KB) J.A.F. Diniz-Filho, H.R. Hepburn, S. Radloff, S. Fuchs. Apidologie 31(2):191-204.
  87. Mountain honeybees of Africa. PDF file (983 KB) H.R. Hepburn, S.E. Radloff, S. Oghiakhe. Apidologie 31(2):205-221.
  88. Morphometric diversity of Apis cerana Fabr. within the Philippines. PDF file (955 KB). A.C. Tilde, S. Fuchs, N. Koeniger, C.R. Cervancia. Apidologie 31(2):249-263.
  89. Reproductive isolation among species of the genus Apis. PDF file (587 KB). N. Koeniger, G. Koeniger. Apidologie 31(3):313-331.
  90. Genetic and morphometric variation in honeybee (Apis mellifera L.) populations of Turkey. PDF file (1 MB). I. Kandemir, M. Kence, A. Kence. Apidologie 31(3):343-356..
  91. Changes with age in olfactory conditioning performance of worker honey bees (Apis mellifera). PDF file (328 KB). David Laloi, Marie Gallois, Bernard Roger and Minh-Hà Pham-Delègue. Apidologie 32(3):231-242.
  92. Honeybees discriminate cuticular waxes based on esters and polar components. PDF file (309 KB). Birgit Fröhlich, Markus Riederer and Jürgen Tautz. Apidologie 32(3):265-274.
  93. Differential expression of voltage-sensitive K+ and Ca2+ currents in neurons of the honeybee olfactory pathway. Bernd Grünewald. The Journal of Experimental Biology 206, 117-129.
  94. Hot bees in empty broodnest cells: heating from within. PDF 909 Kb. Marco Kleinhenz, Brigitte Bujok, Stefan Fuchs and Jürgen Tautz. The Journal of Experimental Biology 206, 4217-4231. (Termoregulacion).
  95. Polarized distribution of Na,K-ATPase in honeybee photoreceptors is maintained by interaction with glial cells. PDF 851 Kb. Otto Baumann, and Kunio Takeyasu. Journal of Cell Science 105, 287-301 (1993).
  96. Grouping of visual objects by honeybees. PDF 654 Kb. Shaowu Zhang, Mandyam V. Srinivasan, Hong Zhu and Jason Wong. The Journal of Experimental Biology 207, 3289-3298.
  97. An actin-mediated two-step mechanism is required for ventral enclosure of the C. eleganshypodermis. PDF 636 Kb. Ellen M. Williams-Masson, Amy N. Malik and Jeff Hardin. Development 124, 2889-2901 (1997).
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  126. Discovery of 3-Methyl-2-Buten-1-YL Acetate, a new alarm component in the sting apparatus of africanized honeybees. PDF 76 Kb. Greg J. Hunt, Karl V. Wood, Ernesto Guzman-Novoa, Hsiupu D. Lee, Arlene P. Rothwell; Connie C. Bonham. Journal of Chemical Ecology, Vol. 29, No. 2, February 2003 (2003).
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  128. Sensory Memory for Odors is Encoded in Spontaneous Correlated Activity between Olfactory Glomeruli. PDF 520 KB. Roberto F. Galán, Marcel Weidert, Randolf Menzel, Andreas V.M. Herz; C. Giovanni Galizia. Institute for Theoretical Biology, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, 10115 Berlin, Germany.
  129. Odor Coding in Projection Neurons of the Honeybee. PDF 67 Kb. Brain Randolf Menzel, Giovanni Galizia, Dirk Müller and Paul Szyszka. Chem. Senses 30 (suppl 1): 301–302, 2005.
  130. Morphometric and Electrophoretic Variation in Different Honeybee ( Apis melliferaL.) Populations. PDF 51 Kb. Irfan Kandemir; Meral Kence; Aykut Kence. Turk J Vet Anim Sci 29 (2005) 885-890.
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  135. Comparision of Some Physiological Characters of Caucasian, Central Anatolian and Erzurum Honeybee (Apis mellifera L.) Genotypes in the Conditions of Erzurum. PDF 79 Kb. Ferat Genc, Cemal Dulger, Ahmet Dodoglu, Semiramis Kutluca. Tr. J. of Veterinary and Animal Sciences 23 (1999) Ek Sayi 4, 645-650.
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  141. The Effects of Narrowed Area and Additional Feeding on Some Physiological Characteristics of Honey Bee (Apis mellifera L.) Colonies. PDF 111 kb. Ahmet Guler. Turk J Vet Anim Sci 24 (2000) 1–6.
  142. Olfactory cues and Vespula wasp recognition by honey bee guards. PDF 182 Kb. Matthew J. Wood, Francis L.W. Ratnieks. Apidologie 35 (2004) 461–468.
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  144. Allometry of maximum vertical force production during hovering flight of neotropical orchid bees (Apidae: Euglossini). PDF 113 Kb. Michael E. Dillon; Robert Dudley. The Journal of Experimental Biology 207, 417-425.
  145. Proventricular structure in solitary bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea). PDF 882 Kb. Jose Eduardo Serra. Organisms, Diversity & Evolution 5 (2005) 125–133.
  146. Neural plasticity of mushroom body-extrinsic neurons in the honeybee brain. PDF 527 Kb. Randolf Menzel; Gisela Manz. J. Exp. Biol. 2005 208: 4317-4332.
  147. Olfactory learning by means of trophallaxis in Apis mellifera. PDF 197 Kb. Mariana Gil and Rodrigo J. De Marco. J. Exp. Biol. 2005 208: 671-680.
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  149. Odorant intensity as a determinant for olfactory conditioning in honeybees: roles in discrimination, overshadowing and memory consolidation. PDF 106 Kb. C Pelz, B Gerber, and R Menzel. J. Exp. Biol. 1997 200: 837-847.
  150. Phenotypic deconstruction reveals involvement of manganese transporter malvolio in honey bee division of labor. PDF 222 Kb. Yehuda Ben-Shahar, Nichole L. Dudek, and Gene E. Robinson. J. Exp. Biol. 2004 207: 3281-3288.
  151. Haemolymph sugar levels in foraging honeybees (Apis mellifera carnica): dependence on metabolic rate and in vivo measurement of maximal rates of trehalose synthesis. PDF 128 Kb. Jasmina Blatt; Flavio Roces J. Exp. Biol. 2001 204: 2709-2716.
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  153. Effects of load type (pollen or nectar) and load mass on hovering metabolic rate and mechanical power output in the honey bee Apis mellifera. PDF 138 Kb . Erica Feuerbacher, Jennifer H. Fewell, Stephen P. Roberts, Elizabeth F. Smith, and Jon F. Harrison J. Exp. Biol. 2003 206: 1855-1865.
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  166. Acetylcholine, GABA and glutamate induce ionic currents in cultured antennal lobe neurons of the honeybee, Apis mellifera. PDF 572 Kb. Barbara G, Zube C, Rybak J, Gauthier M and Grünewald B. J Comp Physiol A 191:823-836. 2005.
  167. A three-dimensional average-shape atlas of the honeybee brain and its applications. PDF 979 Kb. Brandt, R., Rohlfing, T., Rybak, J., Krofczik, S., Maye, A., Westerhoff, M., Hege, H.-C., & Menzel, R. J.Comparative Neurology 492, 1-19. 2005.
  168. Does an increase in reward affect the precision of the encoding of directional information in the honeybee waggle dance?. De Marco, R. J., Gil, M., & Farina, W. M. J.Comp Physiol A Neuroethol.Sens.Neural Behav Physiol 191, 413-419. 2005.
  169. Encoding spatial information in the waggle dance. PDF 166 Kb. De Marco, R. J.; Menzel, R. J. Exp. Biology 208, 3885-3894. 2005. Comentario de este trabajo.
  170. Relationship of visual and olfactory signal parameters in a food-deceptive flower mimicry system. PDF 738 Kb. Galizia, C.G., Kunze, J., Gumbert, A., Borg-Karlson, A.-K., Sachse, S., Markl, C. & Menzel, R. (2005). Behav. Ecol. 16:159-168.
  171. Apis mellifera bees acquire long-term olfactory memories within the colony. PDF 96 Kb. Gil, M. & De Marco, R. J. Biology Letters, published online October 2005. doi:10.1098/rsbl.2005.0361.
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  177. Odor Coding in Projection Neurons of the Honeybee Brain. PDF 67 Kb. Menzel R, Galizia G, Müller D, and Szyszka P. (in Supplement Jan. 2005: II. Symposium Sessions - Chemoreception in Non-Mammals. Chemical Senses 3029. i301 - i302.
  178. Die Karte im Kopf der Biene. PDF 3654 Kb. Menzel, R. & Greggers, U. Zoologie - Mitteilungen der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft 2005, 17-29. 2005.
  179. Honey bees navigate according to a map-like spatial memory. PDF 527 Kb. Menzel R, Greggers U, Smith A, Berger S, Brandt R, Brunke S, Bundrock G, Hülse S, Plümpe T, Schaupp F, Schüttler E, Stach S, Stindt J, Stollhoff N, Watzl S. PNAS 102 (8): 3040-3045. 2005.
  180. The flight paths of honeybees recruited by the waggle dance. PDF 169 Kb. Riley, J., Greggers, U., Smith, A. D., Reynolds, D. R., and Menzel, R. Nature 435 (7039), 205-207. 2005.
  181. Quo vadis, Atlas-Based Segmentation? Chapater 11 in: Handbook of Biomedical Image Analysis, Vol. III: Registration Models. PDF 1.120 Kb. Rohlfing T, Brandt R, Menzel R, Russakoff D B, Mauerer C R Jr. (Editors: Suri J.S., Wilson D.L., Laximinarayan S.). New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, 2005; 435-470.
  182. Unwarping confocal microscopy images of bee brains by nonrigid registration to a magnetic resonance microscopy image. PDF 519 Kb. Rohlfing T, Schaupp F, Haddad D, Brandt R, Haase A, Menzel R, and Maurer CR, Jr. Journal of Biomedical Optics 10 (2): 024018 (1) - 024018 (8).
  183. Sensory responsiveness and the effects of equal subjective rewards on tactile learning and memory of honeybees. PDF 328 Kb. Scheiner,R., Kuritz-Kaiser,A., Menzel,R., and Erber,J. Learn. Mem. 12, 626-635. (2005).
  184. Spontaneous recovery from extinction depends on the reconsolidation of the acquisition memory in an appetitive learning paradigm in the honeybee (Apis mellifera). PDF 398 Kb. Stollhoff, N., Menzel, R., and Eisenhardt, D. J Neurosci 25(18), 4485-4492. 2005.
  185. Sparsening and Temporal Sharpening of Olfactory Representations in the Honeybee Mushroom Bodies. PDF 686 Kb. Szyszka P, Ditzen M, Galkin A, Galizia G, and Menzel R. Journal of Neurophysiology Nov 2005; 94: 3303 - 3313 (published online: July 13, 2005).
  186. Learning at different satiation levels reveals parallel functions for the cAMP-protein kinase A cascade in formation of long-term memory. PDF 419 Kb. Friedrich A, Thomas U, and Muller U. J Neurosci 24:4460-4468. 2004.
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  192. NMR Imaging of the honeybee brain. PDF 5402 Kb. Haddad D., Schaupp F., Brandt, R., Manz G., Menzel R., and Haase A. Journal of Insect Science 4, 1-7 (2004).
  193. Authorisation for Oxalic Acid Comes a Step Closer. PDF 434 Kb. Imdorf A and Rademacher E. Scottish. Beekeeper 5:137-139. 2004.
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  196. Brains on Fire. Bilder in der Neurobiologie. Ein Gespräch der Bildwelten des Wissens mit. PDF 1745 Kb. Randolf Menzel und David Poeppel, Menzel, R. and Poeppel, D. Chapter in: Bildwelten des Wissens - Instrumente des Sehens. Book editor: Fischel, A. Volume 2,2, pp. 87-97. Berlin, Akademie-Verlage. Series title: Kunsthistorisches Jahrbuch für Bildkritik. Series editors: Bredekamp, H. and Werner, G. 2004.
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  198. Evaluation of atlas selection stategies for atlas-based image segmentation with application to confocal microscopy images of bee brains. PDF 1881 Kb. Rohlfing, T. Brandt, R., Menzel R., and Maurer, Jr., C.R. Neuroimage 21: 1428-1442.
  199. Reward Frequency: Effects on Flower Choices Made by Different Honeybee Races in Turkey. PDF 94 Kb. Übrahim Cakmac, Harrington Wells. Turk J Zool 25 (2001) 169-176.
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  202. Protein content and pattern during mucus gland maturation and its ecdysteroid control in honey bee drones. PDF 404 Kb. Nínive Aguiar Colonello, Klaus Hartfelder. Apidologie 34 (2003) 257–267.
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  205. Inhibition of Brain Protein Synthesis by Cycloheximide Does Not Affect Formation of Long-Term Memory in Honeybees after Olfactory Conditioning. PDF 1389 Kb. Susanne Wittstock, Hans-Hinrich Kaatz, and Randolf Menzel. The Journal of Neuroscience, April 1993. 13(4): 1379-1388.
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Orientación[]

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