In a study published in the open access journal PLoS genetics
In a study published in the open access journal PLoS genetics (public library of science), gro Amdam, associate professor, should be the king, a research scientist at the college of life science at Arizona state university college of humanities, to explain how the first time, they have successfully killed two genes in the "master regulator" of bees module, control food related behavior. By doing so, the researchers found a possible molecular contact sweet taste perception and energy within the country.
"The sensitivity of a bee, sugar food reveals her attitude, how bees when she began to search for nectar and pollen, this kind of food she likes to collect," said wang, the paper's lead author. "By inhibiting the two" master genes ", we found that bees can become more sensitive