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The book is a sequel of a similar book, edited by Randolf Menzel and Alison Mercer, "Neurobiology and Behavior of Honeybees", published in 1987. It is a "Festschrift" for the 70 th birthday of Randolf Menzel, who devoted his life to the topic of the book. The book will include an open commentary for each section written by Randolf Menzel, and discussed with the authors. The written contributions take their inspiration from a symposium on the topic, with all the authors, that was held in Berlin in summer 2010…mehr

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The book is a sequel of a similar book, edited by Randolf Menzel and Alison Mercer, "Neurobiology and Behavior of Honeybees", published in 1987. It is a "Festschrift" for the 70th birthday of Randolf Menzel, who devoted his life to the topic of the book. The book will include an open commentary for each section written by Randolf Menzel, and discussed with the authors. The written contributions take their inspiration from a symposium on the topic, with all the authors, that was held in Berlin in summer 2010


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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Seitenzahl: 512
  • Erscheinungstermin: 25. November 2011
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9789400720992
  • Artikelnr.: 37413324
Inhaltsangabe
Preface.- Section 1. Mechanisms of social organization.- 1.1. The spirit of the hive and how a superorganism evolves. Author: Rob E. Page.- 1.2. Vitellogenin in honey bee behavior and lifespan. Authors: Gro V. Amdam, Erin Fennern, Heli Havukainen.- 1.3. Circadian rhythms and sleep in honey bees. Authors: Ada Eban-Rothschild and Guy Bloch.- 1.4. Mechanisms of social organization: commentary.- Author: Randolf Menzel.- Section 2. Communication and navigation.- 2.1. Foraging honey bees: how foragers determine and transmit information about feeding site locations.- Author: Harald Esch.- 2.2. How do honey bees obtain information about direction by following dances?.- Author: Axel Michelsen - 2.3. Progress in understanding how the waggle dance improves the foraging efficiency of honey bee colonies.- Author: Thomas D. Seeley - 2.4. Olfactory information transfer during recruitment in honey bees. Authors: Walter M. Farina, Christoph Grüter and Andrés Arenas.- 2.5. Navigation and communication in honey bees. Authors: Randolf Menzel et al., and Uwe Greggers.- 2.6. Communication and navigation: commentary. Author: Randolf Menzel.- Section 3. Brain anatomy and physiology.- 3.1. The digital honey bee brain atlas. Author: Jürgen Rybak.- 3.2. Plasticity of synaptic microcircuits in the mushroom-body calyx of the honey bee. Authors: Wolfgang Rössler and Claudia Groh.- 3.3. Neurotransmitter systems in the honey bee brain: functions in learning and memory. Authors: Monique Gauthier and Bernd Grünewald.- 3.4. Glutamate neurotransmission in the honey bee central nervous system. Author: Gérard Leboulle.- 3.5. Cellular physiology of the honey bee brain. Author: Bernd Grünewald.- 3.6. Dopamine signalling in the bee. Authors: Julie A. Mustard et. al, and Alison R. Mercer.- 3.7. Neuropeptides in honey bees. Authors: Giovanni Galizia and Sabine Kreissl.- 3.8. Brain anatomy and physiology: commentary. Author: Randolf Menzel.- Section 4. Sensory systems.- 4.1. Olfaction in honey bees: from molecules to behavior. Author: Jean-Christophe Sandoz.- 4.2. Taste perception in honey bees. Author: Maria Gabriela de Brito Sanchez.- 4.3. The auditory system of the honey bee. Authors: Hiroyuki Ai and Tsunao Itoh.- 4.4. Honey bee vision in relation to flower patterns. Authors: Misha Vorobyev and Natalie Hempel de Ibarra.- 4.5. Psychophysics of honey bee color processing in complex environments. Author: Adrian G. Dyer.- 4.6. Sensory systems: commentary. Author: Randolf Menzel.- Section 5. Genetics and molecular biology.- 5.1. Neurogenomic and neurochemical dissection of honey bee dance communication. Authors: Andrew B. Barron et al., and Gene E. Robinson.- 5.2. Neuroanatomical dissection of the honey bee brain based on temporal and regional gene expression patterns. Author: Takeo Kubo.- 5.3. Extinction learning in honey bees. Authors: Judith Reinhard and Charles Claudianos.- 5.4. Elucidating the path from genotype to behaviour in honey bees: insights from epigenomics?. Author: Ryszard Maleszka.- 5.5. Genetics and molecular biology: commentary. Author: Randolf Menzel.- Section 6. Learning and memory.- 6.1. Distributed plasticity for olfactory learning and memory in the honey bee brain. Brian H. Smith et al., and Irina Sinakevitch.- 6.2. The molecular biology of learning and memory - memory phases and signaling cascades. Author: Uli Müller.- 6.3. Conflicting memories in honey bees. Author: Dorothea Eisenhardt.- 6.4. Tactile antennal learning in the honey bee. Author: Joachim Erber.- 6.5. Testing mathematical laws of behavior in the honey bee. Author: Ken Cheng .- 6.6. Visual cognition in honey bees: from elemental visual learning to non-elemental problem solving. Author: Martin Giurfa.- 6.7. Learning and memory: commentary. Author: Randolf Menzel.