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Organization of the olfactory pathway and odor processing in the antennal lobe of the ant Camponotus floridanus

Organization of the olfactory pathway and odor processing in the antennal lobe of the ant Camponotus floridanus

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ZUBE, Christina, Christoph KLEINEIDAM, Sebastian KIRSCHNER, Jakob NEEF, Wolfgang RÖSSLER, 2008. Organization of the olfactory pathway and odor processing in the antennal lobe of the ant Camponotus floridanus. In: The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 506(3), pp. 425-441. ISSN 0021-9967

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