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    Sonderforschungsbereich 1047



    • Beck, K., Hovhanyan, A., Menegazzi, P., Helfrich-Förster, C., and Raabe, T. (2018) Drosophila RSK Influences the Pace of the Circadian Clock by Negative Regulation of Protein Kinase Shaggy Activity, Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience 11, 122.
    • Beer, K. (2018) A comparison of the circadian clock of highly social bees (Apis mellifera) and solitary bees (Osmia spec.): Circadian clock development, behavioral rhythms and neuroanatomical characterization of two central clock components (PER and PDF), PhD Thesis, University of Wuerzburg.
    • Beer, K., Kolbe, E., Kahana, N. B., Yayon, N., Weiss, R., Menegazzi, P., Bloch, G., and Helfrich-Förster, C. (2018) Pigment-Dispersing Factor-expressing neurons convey circadian information in the honey bee brain, Open Biology 8, 170224.
    • Bertolini, E., Kistenpfennig, C., Menegazzi, P., Keller, A., Koukidou, M., and Helfrich-Förster, C. (2018) The characterization of the circadian clock in the olive fly Bactrocera oleae (Diptera: Tephritidae) reveals a Drosophila-like organization, Sci Reports 8, 816.
    • Fleischmann, P., Grob, R., Müller, V. L., Wehner, R., and Rössler, W. (2018) The geomagnetic field is a compass cue in Cataglyphis ant navigation, CURR BIOL - accepted.
    • Fleischmann, P. N. (2018) Starting foraging life: Early calibration and daily use of the navigational system in Cataglyphis ants, PhD Thesis, University of Wuerzburg.
    • Helfrich-Förster, C. (2018) Sleep in Insects, Annual Review of Entomology 63.
    • Kay, J. (2018) The circadian clock of the carpenter ant Camponotus floridanus, PhD Thesis, University of Wuerzburg.
    • Kay, J., Menegazzi, P., Mildner, S., Roces, F., and Helfrich-Förster, C. (2018) The circadian clock of the ant Camponotos floridanus is localized in dorsal and lateral neurons of the brain, in press.
    • Lichtenstein, L., Grübel, K., and Spaethe, J. (2018) Opsin expression patterns coincide with photoreceptor development during pupal development in the honey bee, Apis mellifera, BMC Developmental Biology 18, 1.
    • Lindenberg, A. (2018) Timing of Sensory Preferences in Camponotus ants, PhD Thesis, University of Wuerzburg.
    • Schenk, M. (2018) Timing of wild bee emergence: mechanisms and fitness consequences, PhD Thesis, University of Wuerzburg.
    • Schenk, M., Krauss, J., and Holzschuh, A. (2018) Desynchronizations in bee-plant interactions cause severe fitness losses in solitary bees, Journal of Animal Ecology 87, 139-149.
    • Schubert, F. K., Hagedorn, N., Yoshii, T., Helfrich-Förster, C., and Rieger, D. (2018) Neuroanatomical details of the lateral neurons of Drosophila melanogaster support their functional role in the circadian system, J Comp Neurol 526, 1209-1231.
    • Schubert, F. (2018) The circadian clock network of Drosophila melanogaster, PhD Thesis, University of Wuerzburg.
    • Selcho, M., Mühlbauer, B., Hensgen, R., Shiga, S., Wegener, C., and Yasuyama, K. (2018) Anatomical characterization of PDF-Tri neurons and peptidergic neurons associated with eclosion behavior in Drosophila, Journal of Comparative Neurology, Wiley Online Library.


    • Arenas, A., and Roces, F. (2017) Avoidance of plants unsuitable for the symbiotic fungus in leaf-cutting ants: Learning can take place entirely at the colony dump, PLOS ONE 12, 1-16.
    • Beer, K., Joschinski, J., Arrazola Sastre, A., Krauss, J., and Helfrich-Förster, C. (2017) A damping circadian clock drives weak oscillations in metabolism and locomotor activity of aphids (Acyrthosiphon pisum), Sci Rep 7, 14906-14906.
    • Degen, T., Hovestadt, T., Mitesser, O., and Hölker, F. (2017) Altered sex-specific mortality and female mating success: ecological effects and evolutionary responses, Ecosphere 8, e01820--n/a.
    • Ehmann, N., Owald, D., and Kittel, R. J. (2017) Drosophila active zones: from molecules to behaviour, Neuroscience research.
    • Fleischmann, P. N., Grob, R., Wehner, R., and Rössler, W. (2017) Species-specific differences in the fine structure of learning walk elements in Cataglyphis ants, Journal of Experimental Biology 220, 2426--2435.
    • Frenkel, L., Muraro, N. I., González, A. N. B., Marcora, M. S., Bernabó, G., Hermann-Luibl, C., Romero, J. I., Helfrich-Förster, C., Castaño, E. M., Marino-Busjle, C., Calvo, D. J., and Ceriani, M. F. (2017) Organization of Circadian Behavior Relies on Glycinergic Transmission, Cell Reports 19, 72-85.
    • Fuchikawa, T., Beer, K., Linke-Winnebeck, C., Ben-David, R., Kotowoy, A., Tsang, V. W. K., Warman, G. R., Winnebeck, E. C., Helfrich-Förster, C., and Bloch, G. (2017) Neuronal circadian clock protein oscillations are similar in behaviourally rhythmic forager honeybees and in arrhythmic nurses, Open Biology 7, 170047.
    • Fuchs, B., Breuer, T., Findling, S., Krischke, M., Mueller, M. J., Holzschuh, A., and Krauss, J. (2017) Enhanced aphid abundance in spring desynchronizes predator--prey and plant--microorganism interactions, Oecologia 183, 469--478.
    • Fuchs, B., Krischke, M., Mueller, M. J., and Krauss, J. (2017) Plant age and seasonal timing determine endophyte growth and alkaloid biosynthesis, Fungal Ecology 29, 52--58.
    • Gao, S. (2017) Characterizing new photoreceptors to expand the optogenetic toolbox, PhD Thesis, University of Wuerzburg.
    • Gerlach, J. (2017) Influence of Myc-interacting proteins on transcription and development / Der Einfluss von Myc-interagierenden Proteinen auf Transkription und Entwicklung, PhD Thesis, University of Wuerzburg.
    • Gerlach, J. M., Furrer, M., Gallant, M., Birkel, D., Baluapuri, A., Wolf, E., and Gallant, P. (2017) PAF1 complex component Leo1 helps recruit Drosophila Myc to promoters, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114, E9224--E9232.
    • Grebler, R., Kistenpfennig, C., Rieger, D., Bentrop, J., Schneuwly, S., Senthilan, P. R., and Helfrich-Förster, C. (2017) Drosophila Rhodopsin 7 can partially replace the structural role of Rhodopsin 1, but not its physiological function, Journal of Comparative Physiology A 1--11.
    • Grob, R. *, Fleischmann, P. N. *, Grübel, K., Wehner, R., and Rössler, W. (2017) The Role of Celestial Compass Information in Cataglyphis Ants during Learning Walks and for Neuroplasticity in the Central Complex and Mushroom Bodies, Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 11, 226.
    • Joschinski, J. (2017) Is the phenology of pea aphids (Acyrthosiphon pisum) constrained by diurnal rhythms?, PhD Thesis, University of Wuerzburg.
    • Joschinski, J., Kiess, T., and Krauss, J. (2017) Day length constrains the time budget of aphid predators, Insect science.
    • Joschinski, J., and Krauss, J. (2017) Food colouring as a new possibility to study diet ingestion and honeydew excretion by aphids, Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 164, 141--149.
    • Kadochová, Š., Frouz, J., and Roces, F. (2017) Sun Basking in Red Wood Ants Formica polyctena (Hymenoptera, Formicidae): Individual Behaviour and Temperature-Dependent Respiration Rates, PLOS ONE 12, 1-23.
    • Kistenpfennig, C., Grebler, R., Ogueta, M., Hermann-Luibl, C., Schlichting, M., Stanewsky, R., Senthilan, P. R., and Helfrich-Förster, C. (2017) A new Rhodopsin influences light-dependent daily activity patterns of fruit flies, Journal of biological rhythms 32, 406--422.
    • Lakovic, M. (2017) Evolution of animal timing: Putting timing in perspective, PhD Thesis, University of Wuerzburg.
    • Lakovic, M., Mitesser, O., and Hovestadt, T. (2017) Mating timing, dispersal and local adaptation in patchy environments, Oikos.
    • Lichtenstein, L. (2017) Color vision and retinal development of the coumpound eye in bees, PhD Thesis, University of Wuerzburg.
    • Martelli, C., Pech, U., Kobbenbring, S., Pauls, D., Bahl, B., Sommer, M. V., Pooryasin, A., Barth, J., Arias, C. W. P., Vassiliou, C., Luna, A. J. F., Poppinga, H., Richter, F. G., Wegener, C., Fiala, A., and Riemensperger, T. (2017) SIFamide Translates Hunger Signals into Appetitive and Feeding Behavior in Drosophila, Cell Reports 20, 464 - 478.
    • Menegazzi, P., Benetta, E. D., Beauchamp, M., Schlichting, M., Steffan-Dewenter, I., and Helfrich-Förster, C. (2017) Adaptation of circadian neuronal network to photoperiod in high-latitude European Drosophilids, CURR BIOL 27, 833-839.
    • Mildner, S. (2017) Temporal organization in Campotous ants: endogenous clocks and zeitgebers responsible for synchronization of task-related circadian rhythms in foragers and nurses, PhD Thesis, University of Wuerzburg.
    • Mildner, S., and Roces, F. (2017) Plasticity of Daily Behavioral Rhythms in Foragers and Nurses of the Ant Camponotus rufipes: Influence of Social Context and Feeding Times, PLOS ONE 12, 1-23.
    • Mitesser, O., Poethke, H. -J., Strohm, E., and Hovestadt, T. (2017) The evolution of simultaneous progressive provisioning revisited: extending the model to overlapping generations, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 71, 127.
    • Nitin, C. (2017) Time-odor learning in Drosophila melanogaster, PhD Thesis, University of Wuerzburg.
    • Nürnberger, F. (2017) Timing of colony phenology and foraging activity in honey bees, PhD Thesis, University of Wuerzburg.
    • Nürnberger, F., Steffan-Dewenter, I., and Härtel, S. (2017) Combined effects of waggle dance communication and landscape heterogeneity on nectar and pollen uptake in honey bee colonies, PeerJ 5, e3441.
    • Rössler, W., Spaethe, J., and Groh, C. (2017) Pitfalls of using confocal-microscopy based automated quantification of synaptic complexes in honeybee mushroom bodies (response to Peng and Yang 2016), Scientific Reports 7, 9786.
    • Ruf, F. (2017) The circadian regulation of eclosion in Drosophila melanogaster.
    • Ruf, F. (2017) The circadian regulation of eclosion in Drosophila melanogaster, PhD Thesis, University of Wuerzburg.
    • Ruf, F., Fraunholz, M., Öchsner, K., Kaderschabek, J., and Wegener, C. (2017) WEclMon--A simple and robust camera-based system to monitor Drosophila eclosion under optogenetic manipulation and natural conditions, PloS one 12, e0180238.
    • Schmitt, F. (2017) Neuronal basis of temporal polyethism and sky-compass based navigation in Cataglyphis desert ants, PhD Thesis, University of Wuerzburg.
    • Schmitt, F., Vanselow, J. T., Schlosser, A., Wegener, C., and Rössler, W. (2017) Neuropeptides in the desert ant Cataglyphis fortis: Mass spectrometric analysis, localization, and age-related changes, J Comp Neurol 525, 901--918.
    • Scholz, N., Guan, C., Nieberler, M., Grotemeyer, A., Maiellaro, I., Gao, S., Beck, S., Pawlak, M., Sauer, M., Asan, E., Rothemund, S., Winkler, J., Prömel, S., Nagel, G., Langenhan, T., and Kittel, R. J. (2017) Mechano-dependent signaling by Latrophilin/CIRL quenches cAMP in proprioceptive neurons, eLife (Bellen, H. J., Ed.) 6, e28360--.
    • Selcho, M., Millán, C., Palacios-Muñoz, A., Ruf, F., Ubillo, L., Chen, J., Bergmann, G., Ito, C., Silva, V., Wegener, C., and others,. (2017) Central and peripheral clocks are coupled by a neuropeptide pathway in Drosophila, Nature Communications 8, 8:15563.
    • Steijven, K., Spaethe, J., Steffan-Dewenter, I., and Härtel, S. (2017) Learning performance and brain structure of artificially-reared honey bees fed with different quantities of food, PeerJ 5, e3858.
    • Yilmaz, A., Dyer, A. G., Rössler, W., and Spaethe, J. (2017) Innate colour preference, individual learning and memory retention in the ant Camponotus blandus, Journal of Experimental Biology 220, 3315--3326.


    • Arenas, A., and Roces, F. (2016) Learning through the waste: olfactory cues from the colony refuse influence plant preferences in foraging leaf-cutting ants, Journal of Experimental Biology 219, 2490--2496.
    • Arenas, A., and Roces, F. (2016) Gardeners and midden workers in leaf-cutting ants learn to avoid plants unsuitable for the fungus at their worksites, Animal Behaviour 115, 167 - 174.
    • Backhaus, P., Langenhan, T., and Neuser, K. (2016) Effects of transgenic expression of botulinum toxins in Drosophila, Journal of neurogenetics 30, 22--31.
    • Beck, K. (2016) Einfluß von RSK auf die Aktivität von ERK, den axonalen Transport und die synaptische Funktion in Motoneuronen von Drosophila melanogaster, PhD Thesis, University of Wuerzburg.
    • Becker, N., Kucharski, R., Rössler, W., and Maleszka, R. (2016) Age-dependent transcriptional and epigenomic responses to light exposure in the honey bee brain, FEBS Open Bio.
    • Beer, K., Steffan-Dewenter, I., Härtel, S., and Helfrich-Förster, C. (2016) A new device for monitoring individual activity rhythms of honey bees reveals critical effects of the social environment on behavior, J Comp Physiol A 202, 555-565.
    • Chen, J., Reiher, W., Hermann-Luibl, C., Sellami, A., Cognigni, P., Kondo, S., Helfrich-Förster, C., Veenstra, J. A., and Wegener, C. (2016) Allatostatin a signalling in Drosophila regulates feeding and sleep and is modulated by PDF, PLOS Genet 12, e1006346.
    • Danner, N., Molitor, A. -M., Schiele, S., Härtel, S., and Steffan-Dewenter, I. (2016) Season and landscape composition affect pollen foraging distances and habitat use of honey bees.
    • Eck, S. (2016) The impact of thermogenetic depolarizations of specific clock neurons on Drosophila melanogaster’s ciecadian clock., PhD Thesis, University of Wuerzburg.
    • Eck, S., Helfrich-Förster, C., and Rieger, D. (2016) The timed depolarization of morning and evening oscillators phase shifts the circadian clock of Drosophila, J Biol Rhythms 31, 428-442.
    • Falibene, A., Roces, F., Rössler, W., and Groh, C. (2016) Daily Thermal Fluctuations Experienced by Pupae via Rhythmic Nursing Behavior Increase Numbers of Mushroom Body Microglomeruli in the Adult Ant Brain, Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 10, 73.
    • Fleischmann, P. N., Christian, M., Müller, V. L., Rössler, W., and Wehner, R. (2016) Ontogeny of learning walks and the acquisition of landmark information in desert ants, Cataglyphis fortis, Journal of Experimental Biology jeb--140459.
    • Fuchs, B. (2016) Effects of timing and herbivory on a grass-endophyte association and ist trophic interactions, PhD Thesis, University of Wuerzburg.
    • Held, M., Berz, A., Hensgen, R., Münz, T., Scholl, C., Rössler, W., Homberg, U., and Pfeiffer, K. (2016) Microglomerular synaptic complexes in the sky-compass network of the honeybee connect parallel pathways from the anterior optic tubercle to the central complex, Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 10, 186.
    • Joschinski, J., Beer, K., Helfrich-Förster, C., and Krauss, J. (2016) Pea aphids (Hemiptera: Aphididae) have diurnal rhythms when raised independently of a host plant, J Insect Sci 16, 31.
    • Kittel, R. J., and Heckmann, M. (2016) Synaptic vesicle proteins and active zone plasticity, Frontiers in synaptic neuroscience 8, 8.
    • Langenhan, T., Piao, X., and Monk, K. R. (2016) Adhesion G protein-coupled receptors in nervous system development and disease, Nature Reviews Neuroscience.
    • Maiellaro, I., Lohse, M. J., Kittel, R. J., and Calebiro, D. (2016) cAMP signals in Drosophila motor neurons are confined to single synaptic boutons, Cell reports 17, 1238--1246.
    • Nieberler, M., Kittel, R. J., Petrenko, A. G., Lin, H. -H., and Langenhan, T. (2016) Control of adhesion GPCR function through proteolytic processing. In Adhesion G Protein-coupled Receptors, p 83--109.
    • Poethke, H. J., Hovestadt, T., and Mitesser, O. (2016) The evolution of optimal emergence times: Bet hedging and the quest for an ideal free temporal distribution of individuals, Oikos.
    • Riemensperger, T., Kittel, R. J., and Fiala, A. (2016) Optogenetics in Drosophila neuroscience, Optogenetics: Methods and Protocols 167--175.
    • Schlichting, M., Menegazzi, P., Lelito, K. R., Yao, Z., Buhl, E., Dalla Benetta, E., Bahle, A., Denike, J., Hodge, J. J., Helfrich-Förster, C., and others,. (2016) A neural network underlying circadian entrainment and photoperiodic adjustment of sleep and activity in Drosophila, J Neurosci 36, 9084-9096.
    • Schmitt, F., Stieb, S. M., Wehner, R., and Rössler, W. (2016) Experience-related reorganization of giant synapses in the lateral complex: Potential role in plasticity of the sky-compass pathway in the desert ant Cataglyphis fortis, Developmental Neurobiology 76, 390--404.
    • Scholz, N., Monk, K. R., Kittel, R. J., and Langenhan, T. (2016) Adhesion GPCRs as a putative class of metabotropic mechanosensors. In Adhesion G Protein-coupled Receptors, p 221--247.
    • Senthilan, P. R., and Helfrich-Förster, C. (2016) Rhodopsin 7--The unusual Rhodopsin in Drosophila, PeerJ 4, e2427.
    • Vaze, K. M., and Helfrich-Förster, C. (2016) Drosophila ezoana uses an hour-glass or highly damped circadian clock for measuring night length and inducing diapause, Physiol Entomol 41, 378-389.
    • Verriest, E. I., Dirr, G., Helmke, U., and Mitesser, O. (2016) Explicitly solvable bilinear optimal control problems with applications in ecology. In Proceedings of the 22nd International Symposium on Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems (Georgiou, T. T., Ed.), pp 538-541.
    • Yilmaz, A., Lindenberg, A., Albert, S., Grübel, K., Spaethe, J., Rössler, W., and Groh, C. (2016) Age-related and light-induced plasticity in opsin gene expression and in primary and secondary visual centers of the nectar-feeding ant Camponotus rufipes, Developmental Neurobiology.
    • Yoshii, T., Hermann-Luibl, C., and Helfrich-Förster, C. (2016) Circadian light-input pathways in Drosophila, Commun Integr Biol 9, e1102805.


    • Ahmed, Z., Mayr, M., Zeeshan, S., Dandekar, T., Mueller, M. J., and Fekete, A. (2015) Lipid-Pro: a computational lipid identification solution for untargeted lipidomics on data-independent acquisition tandem mass spectrometry platforms, Bioinformatics 31, 1150-1153.
    • Beck, K., Ehmann, N., Andlauer, T. F. M., Ljaschenko, D., Strecker, K., Fischer, M., Kittel, R. J., and Raabe, T. (2015) Loss of the Coffin-Lowry syndrome-associated gene RSK2 alters ERK activity, synaptic function and axonal transport in Drosophila motoneurons, Disease Models and Mechanisms, Company of Biologists 8, 1389--1400.
    • Chaianunporn, T., and Hovestadt, T. (2015) Evolutionary responses to climate change in parasitic systems, Global Change Biology 21, 2905--2916.
    • Degen, T., Hovestadt, T., Mitesser, O., and Hölker, F. (2015) High Female Survival Promotes Evolution of Protogyny and Sexual Conflict, PloS one, Public Library of Science 10.
    • Ehmann, N., Sauer, M., and Kittel, R. J. (2015) Super-resolution microscopy of the synaptic active zone, Frontiers in cellular neuroscience, Frontiers Media SA 9.
    • Falibene, A., Roces, F., and Roessler, W. (2015) Long-term avoidance memory formation is associated with a transient increase in mushroom body synaptic complexes in leaf-cutting ants, Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 9.
    • Gao, S., Nagpal, J., Schneider, M. W., Kozjak-Pavlovic, V., Nagel, G., and Gottschalk, A. (2015) Optogenetic manipulation of cGMP in cells and animals by the tightly light-regulated guanylyl-cyclase opsin CyclOp, Nature communications 6, 8046.
    • Grebler, R. (2015) Investigation of Rhodopsin 7 and Cryptochrome in Drosophila melanogaster vision, PhD Thesis, University of Wuerzburg.
    • Hamann, J., Aust, G., Araç, D., Engel, F. B., Formstone, C., Fredriksson, R., Hall, R. A., Harty, B. L., Kirchhoff, C., Knapp, B., Krishnan, A., Liebscher, I., Lin, H. -H., Martinelli, D. C., Monk, K. R., Peeters, M. C., Piao, X., Prömel, S., Schöneberg, T., Schwartz, T. W., Singer, K., Stacey, M., Ushkaryov, Y. A., Vallon, M., Wolfrum, U., Wright, M. W., Xu, L., Langenhan, T., and Schiöth, H. B. (2015) International Union of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology. XCIV. Adhesion G Protein–Coupled Receptors, Pharmacological Reviews 67, 338-367.
    • Herter, E. K., Stauch, M., Gallant, M., Wolf, E., Raabe, T., and Gallant, P. (2015) snoRNAs are a novel class of biologically relevant Myc targets, BMC biology 13, 25.
    • Joschinski, J., Hovestadt, T., and Krauss, J. (2015) Coping with shorter days: do phenology shifts constrain aphid fitness?, PeerJ, PeerJ Inc. 3, e1103.
    • Lakovic, M., Poethke, H. -J., and Hovestadt, T. (2015) Dispersal Timing: Emigration of Insects Living in Patchy Environments, PloS one, Public Library of Science 10, e0128672.
    • Langenhan, T., Barr, M. M., Bruchas, M. R., Ewer, J., Griffith, L. C., Maiellaro, I., Taghert, P. H., White, B. H., and Monk, K. R. (2015) Model Organisms in G Protein–Coupled Receptor Research, Molecular Pharmacology 88, 596-603.
    • Lichtenstein, L., Sommerlandt, F. M. J., and Spaethe, J. (2015) Dumb and Lazy? A Comparison of Color Learning and Memory Retrieval in Drones and Workers of the Buff-Tailed Bumblebee, Bombus terrestris, by Means of PER Conditioning, PloS one 10, e0134248.
    • Monk, K. R., Hamann, J., Langenhan, T., Nijmeijer, S., Schöneberg, T., and Liebscher, I. (2015) Adhesion G Protein–Coupled Receptors: From In Vitro Pharmacology to In Vivo Mechanisms, Molecular Pharmacology 88, 617-623.
    • Muenz, T. S., Groh, C., Maisonnasse, A., Le Conte, Y., Plettner, E., and Rössler, W. (2015) Neuronal plasticity in the mushroom body calyx during adult maturation in the honeybee and possible pheromonal influences, Developmental Neurobiology 75, 1368--1384.
    • Paul, M. M., Pauli, M., Ehmann, N., Hallermann, S., Sauer, M., Kittel, R. J., and Heckmann, M. (2015) Bruchpilot and Synaptotagmin collaborate to drive rapid glutamate release and active zone differentiation, Frontiers in cellular neuroscience, Frontiers Media SA 9.
    • Riedinger, V., Mitesser, O., Hovestadt, T., Steffan-Dewenter, I., and Holzschuh, A. (2015) Annual dynamics of wild bee densities: attractiveness and productivity effects of oilseed rape, Ecology, Eco Soc America 96, 1351--1360.
    • Schlichting, M. (2015) Light entrainment of the circadian clock: the importance of the visual system for adjusting Drosophila melanogaster’s activity pattern, PhD Thesis, University of Wuerzburg.
    • Schlichting, M., and Helfrich-Förster, C. (2015) Chapter Five - Photic Entrainment in Drosophila Assessed by Locomotor Activity Recordings. In Circadian Rhythms and Biological Clocks, Part B (Sehgal, A., Ed.), pp 105-123.
    • Schmitt, F., Vanselow, J. T., Schlosser, A., Kahnt, J., Rössler, W., and Wegener, C. (2015) Neuropeptidomics of the carpenter ant Camponotus floridanus, J Proteome Res 14, 1504-1514.
    • Schneider, G., Krauss, J., Riedinger, V., Holzschuh, A., and Steffan-Dewenter, I. (2015) Data from: Biological pest control and yields depend on spatial and temporal crop cover dynamics, Journal of Applied Ecology 52, 1283--1292.
    • Scholl, C., Kübert, N., Muenz, T. S., and Rössler, W. (2015) CaMKII knockdown affects both early and late phases of olfactory long-term memory in the honeybee, Journal of Experimental Biology 218, 3788--3796.
    • Scholz, N., Gehring, J., Guan, C., Ljaschenko, D., Fischer, R., Lakshmanan, V., Kittel, R.  J., and Langenhan, T. (2015) The Adhesion GPCR Latrophilin/CIRL Shapes Mechanosensation, Cell Reports 11, 866 - 874.
    • Sickel, W., Ankenbrand, M. J., Grimmer, G., Holzschuh, A., Härtel, S., Lanzen, J., Steffan-Dewenter, I., and Keller, A. (2015) Increased efficiency in identifying mixed pollen samples by meta-barcoding with a dual-index approach, BMC ecology 15, 20.
    • Stevenson, T. J., Visser, M. E., Arnold, W., Barrett, P., Biello, S., Dawson, A., Denlinger, D. L., Dominoni, D., Ebling, F. J., Elton, S., and others,. (2015) Disrupted seasonal biology impacts health, food security and ecosystems. In Proc. R. Soc. B, p 20151453.


    • Ahmed, Z. (2014) Ant-App-Database towards neural, behavioral research on deserts ants and approximate solar estimations, Neuroinformatics 93.
    • Ahmed, Z., and Zeeshan, S. (2014) Cultivating Software Solutions Development in the Scientific Academia, Recent Patents on Computer Science, Bentham Science Publishers 7, 54--66.
    • Ahmed, Z., and Zeeshan, S. (2014) Applying WEKA towards Machine Learning With Genetic Algorithm and Back-propagation Neural Networks.
    • Ahmed, Z., Zeeshan, S., and Dandekar, T. (2014) Developing sustainable software solutions for bioinformatics by the “Butterfly” paradigm, F1000Research, Faculty of 1000 Ltd 3.
    • Ahmed, Z., Zeeshan, S., Fleischmann, P., Rössler, W., and Dandekar, T. (2014) Ant-App-DB: a smart solution for monitoring arthropods activities, experimental data management and solar calculations without GPS in behavioral field studies, F1000Research, Faculty of 1000 Ltd 3.
    • Benadi, G., Hovestadt, T., Poethke, H. -J., and Blüthgen, N. (2014) Specialization and phenological synchrony of plant–pollinator interactions along an altitudinal gradient, Journal of Animal Ecology 83, 639--650.
    • Börschig, C., Klein, A. -M., and Krauss, J. (2014) Effects of grassland management, endophytic fungi and predators on aphid abundance in two distinct regions, Journal of Plant Ecology 7, 490-498.
    • Dandekar, T., Fieselmann, A., Majeed, S., and Ahmed, Z. (2014) Software applications toward quantitative metabolic flux analysis and modeling, Briefings in bioinformatics, Oxford Univ Press 15, 91-107.
    • Dawydow, A., Gueta, R., Ljaschenko, D., Ullrich, S., Hermann, M., Ehmann, N., Gao, S., Fiala, A., Langenhan, T., Nagel, G., and others,. (2014) Channelrhodopsin-2--XXL, a powerful optogenetic tool for low-light applications, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111, 13972--13977.
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