The findings are published in the Journal of Experimental Biology.
What does JEB stand for?
JEB stands for Journal of Experimental Biology
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- Japan and East Asia Studies Program (Kwansei Gakuin University; Japan)
- James Ewell Brown (Stuart, Confederate general)
- Janssen Engineering Building (University of Idaho)
- Japan Evangelistic Band (est. 1903)
- Japen Board
- Java-Enabled Browser
- John Ellis Bush
- Joint Expeditionary Base
- Journal of E-Business
- Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (Elsevier)
- Junctional Epidermolysis Bullosa Inversa
- Junctional Epidermolysis Bullosa with Pyloric Atresia
- Japan Electronics Business Association (UK)
- Japan Eyelash Beauty Association (est. 2009)
- Jefferson East Business Association (Detroit, MI)
- Jordan Europe Business Association (Amman, Jordan)
- Joint Effect of Baroclinicity and Relief
- Joint Effects-Based Command and Control
- J. E. Broyhill Civic Center (Lenoir, NC)
- John E. Boeing Co., Inc. (Chelsmford, MA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Their study, published in the Journal of Experimental Biology, established that when bees had been exposed to combinations of these pesticides theyfailed to learn or performed poorly in memory tests.
15 Journal of Experimental Biology, evolution played a role in making the hand such a punishing weapon.
The study, "Built for Speed: Musculoskeletal Structure and Sprinting Ability," appears in the current Journal of Experimental Biology.
According to a report in the Journal of Experimental Biology (June 2008), nautilus, those ancient ancestors of modern cephalopods, have both long- and short-term memory, despite a lack of brain structures for memory.
Because these animals spend so much of their lives under water, we knew very little about them beyond what we could learn from stranded animals or see from research vessels," said WHOI biologist Peter Tyack, lead author of a paper published October 2006 in the Journal of Experimental Biology.
The Journal of Experimental Biology, 205:1755-1763.
A paper detailing the study appeared in the February 27 issue of the Journal of Experimental Biology.