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    1. Lazzerini, B; Marcelloni, F
      A fuzzy approach to 2-D shape recognition

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON FUZZY SYSTEMS
    2. Platek, SM; Burch, RL; Gallup, GG
      Sex differences in olfactory self-recognition

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    3. Lazzerini, B; Maggiore, A; Marcelloni, F
      FROS: a fuzzy logic-based recogniser of olfactory signals

      PATTERN RECOGNITION
    4. Bannerman, DM; Lemaire, M; Beggs, S; Rawlins, JNP; Iversen, SD
      Cytotoxic lesions of the hippocampus increase social investigation but do not impair social-recognition memory

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    5. Dumitrescu, D; Lazzerini, B; Marcelloni, F
      A fuzzy hierarchical classification system for olfactory signals

      PATTERN ANALYSIS AND APPLICATIONS
    6. Wirth, S; Lehmann, O; Bertrand, F; Lazarus, C; Jeltsch, H; Cassel, JC
      Preserved olfactory short-term memory after combined cholinergic and serotonergic lesions using 192 IgG-saporin and 5,7-dihydroxytryptamine in rats

      NEUROREPORT
    7. Poland, TM; Haack, RA
      Pine shoot beetle, Tomicus piniperda (Col., Scolytidae), responses to common green leaf volatiles

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ENTOMOLOGY-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ANGEWANDTE ENTOMOLOGIE
    8. Petrulis, A; Peng, M; Johnston, RE
      The role of the hippocampal system in social odor discrimination and scent-marking in female golden hamsters (Mesocricetus auratus)

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    9. Goursaud, AP; Nowak, R
      2-NAP, a peripheral CCK-A receptor antagonist, modulates the development of a preference for the mother by the newborn lamb

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    10. Schlyter, F; Zhang, QH; Anderson, P; Byers, JA; Wadhams, LJ; Lofqvist, J; Birgersson, G
      Electrophysiological and behavioural responses of Tomicus piniperda and Tomicus minor (Coleoptera : Scolytidae) to non-host leaf and bark volatiles

      CANADIAN ENTOMOLOGIST
    11. Nakayama, T; Yaoi, T; Kuwajima, G
      Localization and subcellular distribution of N-copine in mouse brain

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    12. Swaisgood, RR; Lindburg, DG; Zhou, XP
      Giant pandas discriminate individual differences in conspecific scent

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    13. Taghzouti, K; Lena, I; Dellu, F; Roques, BP; Dauge, V; Simon, H
      Cognitive enhancing effects in young and old rats of pBC(264), a selectiveCCKB receptor agonist

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    14. BRATTLI JG; ANDERSEN J; NILSSEN AC
      PRIMARY ATTRACTION AND HOST TREE SELECTION IN DECIDUOUS AND CONIFER LIVING COLEOPTERA, SCOLYTIDAE, CURCULIONIDAE, CERAMBYCIDAE AND LYMEXYLIDAE

      Journal of applied entomology
    15. KRUCZEK M
      FEMALE BANK VOLE (CLETHRIONOMYS-GLAREOLUS) RECOGNITION - PREFERENCE FOR THE STUD MALE

      Behavioural processes
    16. WIRTH S; FERRY B; DISCALA G
      FACILITATION OF OLFACTORY RECOGNITION BY LATERAL ENTORHINAL CORTEX LESION IN RATS

      Behavioural brain research
    17. KENDRICK KM; DACOSTA APC; BROAD KD; OHKURA S; GUEVARA R; LEVY F; KEVERNE EB
      NEURAL CONTROL OF MATERNAL-BEHAVIOR AND OLFACTORY RECOGNITION OF OFFSPRING

      Brain research bulletin
    18. BLIGHT MM; LEMETAYER M; DELEGUE MHP; PICKETT JA; MARIONPOLL F; WADHAMS LJ
      IDENTIFICATION OF FLORAL VOLATILES INVOLVED IN RECOGNITION OF OILSEEDRAPE FLOWERS, BRASSICA-NAPUS BY HONEYBEES, APIS-MELLIFERA

      Journal of chemical ecology
    19. NAKANISHI S; NAKAJIMA Y; NOMURA A; MASU M; IWAKABE H; HAYASHI Y; YOKOI M
      FUNCTIONS AND ROLES OF GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS IN SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION AND PLASTICITY

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
    20. NUMAN M; NUMAN M
      A LESION AND NEUROANATOMICAL TRACT-TRACING ANALYSIS OF THE ROLE OF THE BED NUCLEUS OF THE STRIA TERMINALIS IN RETRIEVAL BEHAVIOR AND OTHER ASPECTS OF MATERNAL RESPONSIVENESS IN RATS

      Developmental psychobiology
    21. TERRANOVA JP; STORME JJ; LAFON N; PERIO A; RINALDICARMONA M; LEFUR G; SOUBRIE P
      IMPROVEMENT OF MEMORY IN RODENTS BY THE SELECTIVE CB1 CANNABINOID RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST, SR-141716

      Psychopharmacology
    22. LEVY F; LOCATELLI A; PIKETTY V; TILLET Y; POINDRON P
      INVOLVEMENT OF THE MAIN BUT NOT THE ACCESSORY OLFACTORY SYSTEM IN MATERNAL-BEHAVIOR OF PRIMIPAROUS AND MULTIPAROUS EWES

      Physiology & behavior
    23. KENDRICK KM
      NEUROBIOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF VISUAL AND OLFACTORY RECOGNITION IN SHEEP

      Behavioural processes
    24. BROWN JL; EKLUND A
      KIN RECOGNITION AND THE MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX - AN INTEGRATIVE REVIEW

      The American naturalist
    25. LEMAIRE M; BOHME GA; PIOT O; ROQUES BP; BLANCHARD JC
      CCK-A AND CCK-B SELECTIVE RECEPTOR AGONISTS AND ANTAGONISTS MODULATE OLFACTORY RECOGNITION IN MALE-RATS

      Psychopharmacology
    26. JOHNSTON RE; DERZIE A; CHIANG G; JERNIGAN P; LEE HC
      INDIVIDUAL SCENT SIGNATURES IN GOLDEN-HAMSTERS - EVIDENCE FOR SPECIALIZATION OF FUNCTION

      Animal behaviour


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