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The honeybee as a model system

On this forum we are all aware of the value of the honeybee as a model system for research into learning and memory. Occasionally, a review article comes along that reminds us of this and updates the case with recent research. This paper from Randolf Menzel is one such paper but is particularly useful because it highlights the specific methods and technologies that will ensure the honeybee will maintain its position as a effective model animal.

Randolf Menzel (2012) The honeybee as a model for understanding the basis of cognition. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 13, 758-768 (November 2012) | doi:10.1038/nrn3357

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