2020
DOI: 10.1093/cz/zoaa073
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Classical olfactory conditioning promotes long-term memory and improves odor-cued flight orientation in the South American native bumblebee Bombus pauloensis

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“…The odors used were benzaldehyde (≥99%, Sigma-Aldrich, Taufkirchen, Germany), 1-butanol (99%, Alfa Aesar, USA), phenylacetaldehyde (95%, Alfa Aesar), + alpha pinene (analytical standard, Fluka, Germany), nonanal (≥95% Sigma-Aldrich), farnesene (mixture of isomers, Sigma-Aldrich), beta caryophyllene (≥80%, Sigma-Aldrich), R+ limonene (analytical standard, Fluka), trans-2-hexen-al (≥95%, Sigma-Aldrich), trans-2-hexen-ol (≥95%, Sigma-Aldrich) and ocimene (≥90%, Sigma-Aldrich). All those odors can be sensed by bees ( [53][54][55][56][57][58][59][60][61] ) (Table 1). All odors were diluted in water except for phenylacetaldehyde that had to be diluted in paraffin oil (puriss, Sigma-Aldrich) for solubility reasons.…”
Section: Odor Preparationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The odors used were benzaldehyde (≥99%, Sigma-Aldrich, Taufkirchen, Germany), 1-butanol (99%, Alfa Aesar, USA), phenylacetaldehyde (95%, Alfa Aesar), + alpha pinene (analytical standard, Fluka, Germany), nonanal (≥95% Sigma-Aldrich), farnesene (mixture of isomers, Sigma-Aldrich), beta caryophyllene (≥80%, Sigma-Aldrich), R+ limonene (analytical standard, Fluka), trans-2-hexen-al (≥95%, Sigma-Aldrich), trans-2-hexen-ol (≥95%, Sigma-Aldrich) and ocimene (≥90%, Sigma-Aldrich). All those odors can be sensed by bees ( [53][54][55][56][57][58][59][60][61] ) (Table 1). All odors were diluted in water except for phenylacetaldehyde that had to be diluted in paraffin oil (puriss, Sigma-Aldrich) for solubility reasons.…”
Section: Odor Preparationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In this way, honey bees as well other pollinators are able to associate floral cues, such as odors and colors, with the rewards (nectar, pollen) that the source provides (Gould, 1984;Chittka and Thomson, 2001). If bees repeat cue-reward experiences, these associations turn into memories that influence foraging behaviors, by biasing flight orientation (Chaffiol et al, 2005;Nery et al, 2021), landing (Arenas et al, 2007;Arenas et al, 2008), and/or extension of the proboscis (Grüter et al, 2006; Arenas and The targeted pollination framework integrates aspects related to floral odors and honey bee social behavior. Floral volatile organic compounds (VOCs) of specific crops are collected and identified to determine a set of potential odor mixtures that mimic the bouquet of the target crop flower.…”
Section: Honey Bee Learning Abilities and Tools To Train Individual B...mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The odors used were benzaldehyde (≥99%, Sigma-Aldrich, Taufkirchen, Germany), 1-butanol (99%, Alfa Aesar, USA), phenylacetaldehyde (95%, Alfa Aesar), + alpha pinene (analytical standard, Fluka, Germany), nonanal (≥95% Sigma-Aldrich), farnesene (mixture of isomers, Sigma-Aldrich), beta caryophyllene (≥80%, Sigma-Aldrich), R+ limonene (analytical standard, Fluka), trans-2-hexen-al (≥95%, Sigma-Aldrich), trans-2-hexen-ol (≥95%, Sigma-Aldrich) and ocimene (≥90%, Sigma-Aldrich). All those odors can be sensed by bees ( [53][54][55][56][57][58][59][60][61] ) (Table 1). All odors were diluted in water except for phenylacetaldehyde that had to be diluted in paraffin oil (puriss, Sigma-Aldrich) for solubility reasons.…”
Section: Odor Preparationmentioning
confidence: 99%