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作者:Sayed Ibrahim Farkhary , Ken Sasaki ...
来源:[J].Journal of Insect Behavior(IF 0.901), 2017, Vol.30 (6), pp.717-727Springer
摘要:Fighting and aggression are important tasks for self-preservation in animals. In honey bees, virgin queens fight against each other for survival in a monogynous colony. Because the virgin queens have higher levels of dopamine (DA) in the brain than do mated queens with low a...
作者:Sayed Ibrahim Farkhary , Mamoru Takata ...
来源:[J].Journal of Insect Behavior(IF 0.901), 2017, Vol.30 (3), pp.237-246Springer
摘要:The effect of experience on the behavior of worker bees has been extensively investigated; however, few such studies have been conducted on male bees. Honeybee ( Apis mellifera ) males (drones), unlike the males of other social hymenopterans, return to their nest after perfo...
作者:Sayed Ibrahim Farkhary , Ken Sasaki ...
来源:[J].Journal of Insect Behavior(IF 0.901), 2019, Vol.32 (3), pp.218-224Springer
摘要:Abstract(#br)Dopamine (DA), one of the biogenic amines, has been suggested to regulate the motor activities of various animals. In honey bees, it has been reported to promote locomotor activity in queens, workers, and males, and to regulate the flight activity of workers and...
作者:... Yosuke Tanaka , Sayed Ibrahim Farkhary , Takuma Kurachi
来源:[J].PLOS ONE(IF 3.73), 2016, Vol.11 (11)PLOS
摘要:The flower-visiting behaviors of pollinator species are affected not only by flower traits but also by cues of predators and resident pollinators. There is extensive research into the effects of predator cues and resident pollinators on the flower-visiting behaviors of bee pollin...

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