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2010Amoeboid organism solves complex nutritional challengesBeekman, Madeleine; Dussutour, Audrey; Latty, Tanya; Simpson, Stephen; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesAmoeboid organism solves complex nutritional challenges, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol.107, 10,pp 4607-4611
2013Amoeboid organism uses extracellular secretions to make smart foraging decisionsBeekman, Madeleine; Latty, Tanya; Reid, Christopher; Dussutour, A; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesAmoeboid organism uses extracellular secretions to make smart foraging decisions, Behavioral Ecology, vol.24, 4, 2013,pp 812-818
2008Ancestral monogamy shows kin selection is key to the evolution of eusocialityBeekman, Madeleine; Oldroyd, Benjamin; Hughes, William; Ratnieks, Francis L. W.; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesAncestral monogamy shows kin selection is key to the evolution of eusociality, Science, vol.320, 5880, 2008,pp 1213-1216
2015Ants build transportation networks that optimize cost and efficiency at the expense of robustnessBeekman, Madeleine; Cabanes, Guenael; Latty, Tanya; van Wilgenburg, Ellen; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Centre for Carbon, Water and FoodAnts build transportation networks that optimize cost and efficiency at the expense of robustness, Behavioral Ecology, vol.26, 1, 2015,pp 223-231
2017Argentine ants (Linepithema humile) use adaptable transportation networks to track changes in resource qualityBeekman, Madeleine; Holmes, Michael; Latty, Tanya; Makinson, James; School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES); School of Biological Sciences; Centre for Carbon, Water and FoodArgentine ants (Linepithema humile) use adaptable transportation networks to track changes in resource quality, Journal of Experimental Biology, vol.220, N/A, 2017,pp 686-694
2011Asexually Produced Cape Honeybee Queens (Apis mellifera capensis) Reproduce SexuallyBeekman, Madeleine; Goudie, Frances; Lim, Julianne; Oldroyd, Benjamin; Allsopp, Michael H; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesAsexually Produced Cape Honeybee Queens (Apis mellifera capensis) Reproduce Sexually, Journal of Heredity: an international journal of genomic and evolutionary diversity, vol.102, 5, 2011,pp 562-566
2012Asian hive bees, Apis cerana, modulate dance communication in response to nectar toxicity and demandBeekman, Madeleine; Oldroyd, Benjamin; Fuchs, Stefan; Li, Hua; Luo, Linjuan; Tan, Ken; Tautz, Jurgen; Wang, Zhenwei; Yang, Mingxian; Yang, Shuang; Zhang, Zuyun; Zhuang, Di; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesAsian hive bees, Apis cerana, modulate dance communication in response to nectar toxicity and demand, Animal Behaviour, vol.84, 6, 2012,pp 1589-1594
2010Bee Nest Site Selection as an Optimization ProcessBeekman, Madeleine; Diwold, Konrad; Middendorf, Martin; Biological SciencesBee Nest Site Selection as an Optimization Process, Proceedings of the Twelfth International Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems, vol.N/A, 2010, pp. 626-633
2008Biological foundations of swarm intelligenceBeekman, Madeleine; Simpson, Stephen; Sword, Gregory; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesBiological foundations of swarm intelligence in Swarm Intelligence – Introduction and applications, Springer, 2008, pp. 3-41
2015Brainless but Multi-Headed: Decision Making by the Acellular Slime Mould Physarum polycephalumBeekman, Madeleine; Latty, Tanya; Biological Sciences; Plant & Food SciencesBrainless but Multi-Headed: Decision Making by the Acellular Slime Mould Physarum polycephalum, Journal of Molecular Biology, vol.427, N/A, 2015,pp 3734-3743
2013Cheaters sometimes prosper: targeted worker reproduction in honeybee (Apis mellifera) colonies during swarmingBeekman, Madeleine; Duncan, Michael; Holmes, Michael; Oldroyd, Benjamin; Allsopp, Michael H; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesCheaters sometimes prosper: targeted worker reproduction in honeybee (Apis mellifera) colonies during swarming, Molecular Ecology, vol.22, 16, 2013,pp 4298-4306
2007Cheating honeybee workers produce royal offspringBeekman, Madeleine; Jordan, Lyndon; Oldroyd, Benjamin; Allsopp, Michael; Wossler, Theresa; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesCheating honeybee workers produce royal offspring, Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, vol.275,(1632),2007,pp 345-351
2014Cheating workers with large activated ovaries avoid risky foragingBeekman, Madeleine; Goudie, Frances; Oldroyd, Benjamin; Roth, Katherine; Allsopp, Michael H; Wossler, Theresa C; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesCheating workers with large activated ovaries avoid risky foraging, Behavioral Ecology, vol.25, 3, 2014,pp 668-674
2017Collective decision making in the red dwarf honeybee Apis florea: do the bees simply follow the flowers?Beekman, Madeleine; Makinson, James; Oldroyd, Benjamin; Schaerf, Timothy; Wagner, N; School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES); School of Biological Sciences; School of Biological Sciences; School of Biological Sciences; School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES)Collective decision making in the red dwarf honeybee Apis florea: do the bees simply follow the flowers?, Insectes Sociaux, vol.64, 4, 2017,pp 557-566
2004Comparing Foraging Behaviour Of Small And Large Honey Bee Colonies By Decoding Waggle Dances Made By ForagersBeekman, Madeleine; Ratnieks, Francis L. W.; Seraphides, N; Sumpter, D J T; Biological SciencesComparing Foraging Behaviour Of Small And Large Honey Bee Colonies By Decoding Waggle Dances Made By Foragers, Functional Ecology, vol.18,(6),2004,pp 829-835
2014Consensus building in giant Asian honeybee, Apis dorsata, swarms on the moveBeekman, Madeleine; Makinson, James; Oldroyd, Benjamin; Schaerf, Timothy; Rattanawannee, Atsalek; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesConsensus building in giant Asian honeybee, Apis dorsata, swarms on the move, Animal Behaviour, vol.93, N/A, 2014,pp 191-199
2006The costs and benefits of genetic heterogeneity in resistance against parasites in social insectsBeekman, Madeleine; van Baalen, Minus; Biological SciencesThe costs and benefits of genetic heterogeneity in resistance against parasites in social insects, The American Naturalist, vol.167,(4),2006,pp 568-577
2014The costs of being male: are there sex-specific effects of uniparental mitochondrial inheritance?Beekman, Madeleine; Aanen, Duur; Dowling, Damien; Biological SciencesThe costs of being male: are there sex-specific effects of uniparental mitochondrial inheritance?, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. Biological Sciences, vol.369, 1646, 2014,pp 1-7
2017Cytogenetic basis of thelytoky in Apis mellifera capensisBarton, Deborah; Beekman, Madeleine; Cole-Clark, Miles P; Gloag, Rosalyn; Oldroyd, Benjamin; Reid, Rebecca; Ronai, Isobel; Smith, Nicholas; Allsopp, Michael H; Wossler, Theresa C; School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES); School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES); School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES); School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES); School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES); School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES); School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES); School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES)Cytogenetic basis of thelytoky in Apis mellifera capensis, Apidologie, vol.48, 5, 2017,pp 623-634
2008Dance precision of Apis florea - clues to the evolution of the honeybee dance language?Beekman, Madeleine; Even, Naïla; Gloag, Rosalyn; Oldroyd, Benjamin; Wattanachaiyingchareon, Wandee; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesDance precision of Apis florea - clues to the evolution of the honeybee dance language?, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, vol.62,(8),2008,pp 1259-1265