How honeybees respond to heat stress from the individual to colony level

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Journal of The Royal Society Interface. The Royal Society. 2023, 20(207), 20230290. eISSN 1742-5662. Available under: doi: 10.1098/rsif.2023.0290
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A honey bee colony functions as an integrated collective, with individuals coordinating their behaviour to adapt and respond to unexpected disturbances. Nest homeostasis is critical for colony function; when ambient temperatures increase, individuals switch to thermoregulatory roles to cool the nest, such as fanning and water collection. While prior work has focused on bees engaged in specific behaviours, less is known about how responses are coordinated at the colony level, and how previous tasks predict behavioural changes during a heat stress. Using BeesBook automated tracking, we follow thousands of individuals during an experimentally induced heat stress, and analyse their behavioural changes from the individual to colony level. We show that heat stress causes an overall increase in activity levels and a spatial reorganization of bees away from the brood area. Using a generalized framework to analyse individual behaviour, we find that individuals differ in their response to heat stress, which depends on their prior behaviour and correlates with age. Examining the correlation of behavioural metrics over time suggests that heat stress perturbation does not have a long-lasting effect on an individual’s future behaviour. These results demonstrate how thousands of individuals within a colony change their behaviour to achieve a coordinated response to an environmental disturbance.

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Biomedical Engineering, Biochemistry, Biomaterials, Bioengineering, Biophysics, Biotechnology
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ISO 690JHAWAR, Jitesh, Jacob D. DAVIDSON, Anja WEIDENMÜLLER, Benjamin WILD, David M. DORMAGEN, Tim LANDGRAF, Iain D. COUZIN, Michael L. SMITH, 2023. How honeybees respond to heat stress from the individual to colony level. In: Journal of The Royal Society Interface. The Royal Society. 2023, 20(207), 20230290. eISSN 1742-5662. Available under: doi: 10.1098/rsif.2023.0290
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@article{Jhawar2023-10honey-67971,
  year={2023},
  doi={10.1098/rsif.2023.0290},
  title={How honeybees respond to heat stress from the individual to colony level},
  number={207},
  volume={20},
  journal={Journal of The Royal Society Interface},
  author={Jhawar, Jitesh and Davidson, Jacob D. and Weidenmüller, Anja and Wild, Benjamin and Dormagen, David M. and Landgraf, Tim and Couzin, Iain D. and Smith, Michael L.},
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