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Insights into social insects from the genome of the honeybee Apis mellifera
Honeybee Genome Sequencing Consortium
Nature 443 (7114), 931, 2006
2024*2006
The Gene vitellogenin Has Multiple Coordinating Effects on Social Organization
CM Nelson, KE Ihle, MK Fondrk, RE Page Jr, GV Amdam
PLoS biology 5 (3), e62, 2007
6312007
The gene csd is the primary signal for sexual development in the honeybee and encodes an SR-type protein
M Beye, M Hasselmann, MK Fondrk, RE Page, SW Omholt
Cell 114 (4), 419-429, 2003
6312003
Aging and development in social insects with emphasis on the honey bee, Apis mellifera L.
RE Page Jr, CYS Peng
Experimental gerontology 36 (4-6), 695-711, 2001
4812001
The effect of genotype on response thresholds to sucrose and foraging behavior of honey bees (Apis mellifera L.)
RE Page Jr, J Erber, MK Fondrk
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 182, 489-500, 1998
3731998
Reproductive ground plan may mediate colony-level selection effects on individual foraging behavior in honey bees
GV Amdam, K Norberg, MK Fondrk, RE Page Jr
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (31), 11350-11355, 2004
3562004
Hormonal and genetic control of behavioral integration in honey bee colonies
GE Robinson, RE Page Jr, C Strambi, A Strambi
Science 246 (4926), 109-112, 1989
3471989
Genetic determination of guarding and undertaking in honey-bee colonies
GE Robinson, RE Page Jr
Nature 333 (6171), 356-358, 1988
3471988
On being the right size: male contributions and multiple mating in social Hymenoptera
RH Crozier, RE Page
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 18, 105-115, 1985
3371985
The genetics of division of labour in honey bee colonies
RE Page, GE Robinson
Advances in insect physiology 23, 117-169, 1991
3201991
Sperm utilization in social insects
RE Page Jr
Annual Review of Entomology 31 (1), 297-320, 1986
3101986
Complex social behaviour derived from maternal reproductive traits
GV Amdam, A Csondes, MK Fondrk, RE Page Jr
Nature 439 (7072), 76-78, 2006
3082006
Linkage map of the honey bee, Apis mellifera, based on RAPD markers.
GJ Hunt, RE Page Jr
Genetics 139 (3), 1371-1382, 1995
2991995
Sucrose responsiveness and behavioral plasticity in honey bees (Apis mellifera)
R Scheiner, RE Page, J Erber
Apidologie 35 (2), 133-142, 2004
2982004
Genotypic variability in age polyethism and task specialization in the honey bee, Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera: Apidae)
NW Calderone, RE Page
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 22, 17-25, 1988
2851988
Queen rearing and bee breeding
HH Laidlaw, RE Page
2801997
THE EVOLUTION OF MULTIPLE MATING BEHAVIOR BY HONEY BEE QUEENS (APIS MELLIFERA L.)
RE Page Jr
Genetics 96 (1), 263-273, 1980
2721980
Response thresholds to sucrose predict foraging division of labor in honeybees
T Pankiw, RE Page Jr
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 47, 265-267, 2000
2682000
Multiple mating, sperm utilization, and social evolution
RE Page Jr, RA Metcalf
The American Naturalist 119 (2), 263-281, 1982
2621982
Major quantitative trait loci affecting honey bee foraging behavior.
GJ Hunt, RE Page Jr, MK Fondrk, CJ Dullum
Genetics 141 (4), 1537-1545, 1995
2541995
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