14) Dunn & Kohlmeier: Larval chemical cues induce rapid adaptations of foraging preferences in ant workers. Submitted

13) Kohlmeier, Feldmeyer, Foitzik: Histone acetyltransferases and external demands influence task switching in Temnothorax ants. Biology Letters. Accepted

12) Bailly, Kohlmeier, Etienne, Wertheim, Billeter: Social modulation of oogenesis and egg-laying in Drosophila melanogaster. Current Biology. Accepted

11) Kohlmeier & Billeter (2023): The genetic mechanisms modulating plastic chemosensory responses and behavior in insects. Molecular Ecology 32: 45-60.

10) Verschut, Kohlmeier, Billeter (2022): Bioassaying the function of pheromones in Drosophila melanogaster’s social behavior. Behavioral Neurogenetics pp 123 – 156

9) Kohlmeier, Zhang, Gorter, Su, Billeter (2021): Mating increases Drosophila melanogaster females’ choosiness by reducing olfactory sensitivity to a male pheromone. Nature Ecology and Evolution 5: 1165-73

8) Kohlmeier, Alleman, Libbrecht, Foitzik, Feldmeyer (2019): Gene expression is more strongly associated with behaviour than with age and fertility in ant workers. Molecular Ecology 28: 658-670

7) Kohlmeier, Feldmeyer, Foitzik (2018): Vitellogenin-like A associated shifts in social cue responsiveness regulate behavioral task specialization in an ant. PLOS Biology 16, e2005747

6) Kramer, Körner, Diehl, Scheiner, Yüksel-Dadak, Christl, Kohlmeier, Meunier (2017): When earwig mothers do not care to share: parent-offspring competition and the evolution of family life. Functional Ecology 31: 2098-2107

5) Kohlmeier, Negroni, Kever, Emmling, Stypa, Feldmeyer, Foitzik (2017): Intrinsic worker mortality depends on behavioural caste and the queens‘ presence in a social insect. The Science of Nature 104: 34

4) Kohlmeier, Holländer, Meunier (2016) Survival after pathogen exposure in group-living insects: don’t forget the stress of social isolation! Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29, 1867-1872

3) Kohlmeier, Dreyer, Meunier (2015): PO-CALC: A novel tool to correct common inconsistencies in the measurement of phenoloxidase activity, Journal of Insect Physiology 75: 80-84

2) Caspers, Hoffman, Kohlmeier, Krüger, Krause (2013): Olfactory imprinting and discrimination of nest odours in zebra finches, Animal Behavior 86, 85-90

1) Krause, Krueger, Kohlmeier, Caspers (2012): Olfactory kin recognition in a songbird, Biology Letters 8, 327-329

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