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Spontaneous resurgence of conditioned fear weeks after successful extinction in brain injured mice
Walking activity and dispersal on deltamethrin- and spinosad-treated grains by the maize weevil Sitophilus zeamais
Serotonergic mechanisms involved in antidepressant-like responses evoked by GLT-1 blockade in rat infralimbic cortex
Imidacloprid resistance in the Neotropical brown stink bug Euschistus heros: selection and fitness costs
Diversity and convergence of mechanisms involved in pyrethroid resistance in the stored grain weevils, Sitophilus spp.
Central action of rapamycin on early ischemic injury and related cardiac depression following experimental subarachnoid hemorrhage
Hypothesis-Driven Investigations of Diverse Pharmacological Targets in Two Mouse Models of Autism
Diet-Induced Paternal Obesity Impairs Cognitive Function in Offspring by Mediating Epigenetic Modifications in Spermatozoa
Striatal cholinergic interneurons regulate cognitive and affective dysfunction in partially dopamine‐depleted mice
Toxicity and sublethal effects of allyl isothiocyanate to Sitophilus zeamais on population development and walking behavior
Glyphosate is lethal and cry toxins alter the development of the stingless bee Melipona quadrifasciata
Inhibition of hematopoietic cell kinase dysregulates microglial function and accelerates early stage Alzheimer's disease-like neuropathology
Structural changes in the insect brain related to age and individual experience may underlie the behavioral plasticity that is particularly important in such social insects as bees. This study assessed the influence of age and rearing conditions (field vs laboratory) in mediating changes in the volume of mushroom bodies and antennal lobes in the brains of workers of the native stingless beeMelipona quadrifasciata anthidioides Lepeletier, a pollinator species with small colonies exhibiting high level of sociability and behavioral versatility.