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Side-specific olfactory conditioning leads to more specific odor representation between sides but not within sides in the honeybee antennal lobes

Side-specific olfactory conditioning leads to more specific odor representation between sides but not within sides in the honeybee antennal lobes

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SANDOZ, J. C., Cosmas Giovanni GALIZIA, Randolf MENZEL, 2003. Side-specific olfactory conditioning leads to more specific odor representation between sides but not within sides in the honeybee antennal lobes. In: Neuroscience. 120(4), pp. 1137-1148. ISSN 0306-4522. Available under: doi: 10.1016/S0306-4522(03)00384-1

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