Publicaciones 2018

-Arenas, A., Ramírez, G., Balbuena, M. S. and Farina, W. M. (2018) Behavioral and neural plasticity caused by early social experiences: the case of the honeybee in: Plasticity in the sensory systems of invertebrates. Eds: Elzbieta M Pyza. Frontiers Media SA

-Arenas, A., and Roces, F. (2018). Appetitive and aversive learning of plants odors inside different nest compartments by foraging leaf-cutting ants. Journal of Insect Physiology 109, 85-92.

Publicaciones 2016

-Arenas, A. and Roces, F. (2016) Learning through the waste: olfactory cues from the colony refuse influence plant preferences in foraging leaf-cutting ants. Journal of Experimental Biology 219, 2490-2496 doi:10.1242/jeb.139568

-Arenas, A. and Roces, F. (2016) Gardeners and midden workers in leaf-cutting ants learn to avoid plants unsuitable for the fungus at their worksites. Animal Behaviour 115, 167-174.

-Ramírez G.P., Fafungez C. B., Grosso J. P., Argibay P., Arenas A., Farina W.M. (2016). Odor experiences during preimaginal stages cause behavioral and neural plasticity in adult honeybees. Front. Behav. Neurosci. 10:105. doi: 10.3389/fnbeh.2016.00105.

Publicaciones 2014

-Arenas, A. and Farina, W.M. (2014): Bias to pollen odors is affected by early exposure and foraging experience. Journal of Insect Physiology 66, 28–36.

-Herbert L.T, Vázquez D.E, Arenas A. Farina W.M. (2014): Effects of field-realistic doses of glyphosate on honeybee appetitive behavior. The Journal of Experimental Biology, doi: 10.1242/jeb.109520.

Publicaciones 2013

-Arenas, A., Ramírez, G., Balbuena, M. S. and Farina, W. M. (2013): Behavioral and neural plasticity caused by early social experiences: the case of the honeybee. Frontiers in Physiology. doi: 10.3389/fphys.2013.00041.

-Diaz, P., Arenas*, A., Fernandez, V., Susic Martin, C., Basilio, A., Farina, W. M., (2013): Honeybee cognitive ecology in a fluctuating agricultural setting of apple and pear trees. Behavioral Ecology, doi:10.1093/beheco/art026 (*First co-author).

Publicaciones 2012

-Balbuena M. S., Arenas, A., and Farina, W.M. (2012): Floral scents learned inside the honeybee hive have a long-lasting effect on Recruitment. Animal Behaviour 84, 77-83.

-Arenas, A., and Farina, W.M. (2012): Honeybee pollen collecting: learned floral cues affect foraging preferences. Animal Behavior 83, 1023-1033.

-Farina, W. M., Grüter, C. and Arenas, A. (2012): “Olfactory information transfer during recruitment in honeybees,” in Honeybee Neurobiology and Behavior: A Tribute to Randolf Menzel, eds C. G. Galizia, D. Eisenhardt, and M. Giurfa (Dordrecht; Heidelberg; London; New York: Springer), 89–102. -Arenas, A., Giurfa, M., Sandoz, J. C., Hourcade, B., Devaud, J. M. and Farina, W. M. (2012): Early olfactory experience induces structural changes in the primary olfactory center of an insect brain. European Journal of Neuroscience 35, 682–690.

Publicaciones 2009

-Arenas, A., Giurfa, M., Farina, W. M. and Sandoz, J. C. (2009): Early appetitive experiences enhance long-term memory retention in young bee. European Journal of Neuroscience 30 (8), 1498-1508.

-Arenas, A., Fernández, V. M. and Farina W. M. (2009): Associative learning during early adulthood enhances later memory retention in honeybees. PLoS One 4 (12): e8046.

-Fernández, V. M., Arenas, A. and Farina, W. M. (2009): Volatile exposure within the honeybee hive and its effect on olfactory discrimination. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 195 (8), 759-768.

Publicaciones 2007/2008

-Grüter, C., Arenas*, A. and Farina, W. M. (2008): Does pollen function as a reward for honeybees in associative learning? Insectes Sociaux 55, 425-427 (*First co-author).

-Arenas, A. Fernandez, V. M. and Farina, W. M. (2008): Floral scents experienced within the colony affect long-term foraging preferences in honeybees. Apidologie 39, 714–722.

-Arenas, A. and Farina, W. M. (2008): Age and rearing environment interact in the retention of early olfactory memories in honeybees. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 194, 629-640.

-Arenas, A., Fernández V. M. and, Farina, W. M. (2007): Floral odor learning within the hive affects honeybees’ foraging decisions. Naturwissenschaften 94, 218-222.