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Madeleine Beekman
Madeleine Beekman
Professor, The University of Sydney
E-mail confirmado em sydney.edu.au - Página inicial
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Long‐range foraging by the honey‐bee, Apis mellifera L.
M Beekman, FLW Ratnieks
Functional Ecology 14 (4), 490-496, 2000
9222000
Ancestral monogamy shows kin selection is key to the evolution of eusociality
WOH Hughes, BP Oldroyd, M Beekman, FLW Ratnieks
Science 320 (5880), 1213-1216, 2008
8512008
Inclusive fitness theory and eusociality
P Abbot, J Abe, J Alcock, S Alizon, JAC Alpedrinha, M Andersson, ...
Nature 471 (7339), E1-E4, 2011
5322011
Nature versus nurture in social insect caste differentiation
T Schwander, N Lo, M Beekman, BP Oldroyd, L Keller
Trends in ecology & evolution 25 (5), 275-282, 2010
3142010
Phase transition between disordered and ordered foraging in Pharaoh's ants
M Beekman, DJT Sumpter, FLW Ratnieks
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (17), 9703-9706, 2001
3012001
Slime mold uses an externalized spatial “memory” to navigate in complex environments
CR Reid, T Latty, A Dussutour, M Beekman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (43), 17490-17494, 2012
2902012
Amoeboid organism solves complex nutritional challenges
A Dussutour, T Latty, M Beekman, SJ Simpson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (10), 4607-4611, 2010
2902010
From nonlinearity to optimality: pheromone trail foraging by ants
DJT Sumpter, M Beekman
Animal behaviour 66 (2), 273-280, 2003
2752003
The effects of rearing temperature on developmental stability and learning and memory in the honey bee, Apis mellifera
JC Jones, P Helliwell, M Beekman, R Maleszka, BP Oldroyd
Journal of comparative physiology A 191, 1121-1129, 2005
2662005
Irrational decision-making in an amoeboid organism: transitivity and context-dependent preferences
T Latty, M Beekman
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1703), 307-312, 2011
2452011
Diapause survival and post‐diapause performance in bumblebee queens (Bombus terrestris)
M Beekman, P Van Stratum, R Lingeman
Entomologia experimentalis et applicata 89 (3), 207-214, 1998
1811998
A diverse range of novel RNA viruses in geographically distinct honey bee populations
EJ Remnant, M Shi, G Buchmann, T Blacquière, EC Holmes, M Beekman, ...
Journal of virology 91 (16), 10.1128/jvi. 00158-17, 2017
1722017
When workers disunite: intraspecific parasitism by eusocial bees
M Beekman, BP Oldroyd
Annu. Rev. Entomol. 53 (1), 19-37, 2008
1492008
Parasitic Cape honeybee workers, Apis mellifera capensis, evade policing
SJ Martin, M Beekman, TC Wossler, FLW Ratnieks
Nature 415 (6868), 163-165, 2002
1432002
How does an informed minority of scouts guide a honeybee swarm as it flies to its new home?
M Beekman, RL Fathke, TD Seeley
Animal behaviour 71 (1), 161-171, 2006
1382006
Comparing foraging behaviour of small and large honey-bee colonies by decoding waggle dances made by foragers
M Beekman, DJT Sumpter, N Seraphides, FLW Ratnieks
Functional Ecology, 829-835, 2004
1382004
Brainless but multi-headed: decision making by the acellular slime mould Physarum polycephalum
M Beekman, T Latty
Journal of molecular biology 427 (23), 3734-3743, 2015
1302015
Speed–accuracy trade-offs during foraging decisions in the acellular slime mould Physarum polycephalum
T Latty, M Beekman
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1705), 539-545, 2011
1282011
Honeybee swarms: how do scouts guide a swarm of uninformed bees?
S Janson, M Middendorf, M Beekman
Animal behaviour 70 (2), 349-358, 2005
1282005
Power over reproduction in social Hymenoptera
M Beekman, FLW Ratnieks
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 2003
1242003
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