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07 November 2008
Vol 322, Issue 5903

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COVER Honey bees (Apis mellifera), here shown on a honeycomb, form complex societies and interact with one another by means of stereotyped social behaviors. A special section beginning on page 891 explores what genetic approaches have taught us about behavior in bees and other species, including humans. Image: Don Farrall, Getty Images