Effects of imidacloprid metabolites on habituation in honeybees suggest the existence of two subtypes of nicotinic receptors differentially expressed during adult development

Citation

Guez, D, Belzunces, L & Maleszka, R 2003, 'Effects of imidacloprid metabolites on habituation in honeybees suggest the existence of two subtypes of nicotinic receptors differentially expressed during adult development', Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior, vol. 75, no. 1, pp. 217-222.

Year

2003

ANU Authors

Field of Research

  • Biochemistry And Cell Biology Not Elsewhere Classified

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