Category: Hindi remakes of Tamil filmsBees reflect on making honey and their new status as honeybees.
Honeybees have been a major source of food for humans for the past 10,000 years. Honeybees exhibit a remarkable diversity in size and life-history traits, which has been accompanied by adaptive diversification in the foraging behavior and foraging range of these species. Over the last few decades, honeybees have become the model insect for research on the physiology of energy storage, memory, and learning in animals. These fundamental neurobiological principles of honeybee behavior have recently been applied to the study of neural control of olfactory navigation in honeybees, which have long been assumed to navigate based on visual and olfactory cues. In recent years, honeybees have been demonstrated to have a variety of brain structures involved in olfactory navigation and to rely on both olfactory and visual cues for spatial orientation. Here we review the literature on the physiology of honeybee energy storage and memory, and the current state of research on honeybee olfactory navigation. We highlight possible limitations of the current models of honeybee olfactory navigation. Furthermore, we discuss the potential of using honeybees as experimental organisms to investigate the mechanisms underlying neural processing of olfactory cues.Q:
How to find the size of the longest repetition in a column?
I am trying to find the size of the longest repetition in a column.
For example, consider the following row,
Here we have a repetition of values 1 and 2. How to find the size of the longest repetition?
My desired output is,
c1 c2 c3
1 1 3
2 2 1
Here, c3 is the size of the longest repetition.
I tried using the FUNCTION LENGTH(LENGTH(A) OVER(PARTITION BY
B ORDER BY A RANGE BETWEEN UNBOUNDED PRECEDING AND CURRENT ROW)) as it returns 1, which is the length of the longest repetition, but I need the size of the longest repetition.