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Abraham Hefetz
Abraham Hefetz
Department of Zoology, Tel Aviv University
Verified email at post.tau.ac.il
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Commensal bacteria play a role in mating preference of Drosophila melanogaster
G Sharon, D Segal, JM Ringo, A Hefetz, I Zilber-Rosenberg, E Rosenberg
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (46), 20051-20056, 2010
9512010
Chemical ecology and social parasitism in ants
A Lenoir, P d'Ettorre, C Errard, A Hefetz
Annual review of entomology 46 (1), 573-599, 2001
5722001
Primer pheromones in social hymenoptera
YL Conte, A Hefetz
Annu. Rev. Entomol. 53, 523-542, 2008
4662008
Direct behavioral evidence for hydrocarbons as ant recognition discriminators
S Lahav, V Soroker, A Hefetz, RK Vander Meer
Naturwissenschaften 86, 246-249, 1999
3991999
Individuality and colonial identity in ants: the emergence of the social representation concept
A Lenoir, D Fresneau, C Errard, A Hefetz
Information processing in social insects, 219-237, 1999
2991999
Bionomics of the large carpenter bees of the genus Xylocopa
D Gerling, HHW Velthuis, A Hefetz
Annual review of Entomology 34 (1), 163-190, 1989
2651989
The postpharyngeal gland as a “Gestalt” organ for nestmate recognition in the antCataglyphis niger
V Soroker, C Vienne, A Hefetz, E Nowbahari
Naturwissenschaften 81, 510-513, 1994
2201994
Hydrocarbon dynamics within and between nestmates inCataglyphis niger (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
V Soroker, C Vienne, A Hefetz
Journal of Chemical Ecology 21, 365-378, 1995
1931995
Juvenile hormone titers, juvenile hormone biosynthesis, ovarian development and social environment in Bombus terrestris
G Bloch, DW Borst, ZY Huang, GE Robinson, J Cnaani, A Hefetz
Journal of Insect Physiology 46 (1), 47-57, 2000
1722000
Camponotus fellah colony integration: worker individuality necessitates frequent hydrocarbon exchanges
R Boulay, A Hefetz, V Soroker, A Lenoir
Animal Behaviour 59 (6), 1127-1133, 2000
1702000
The evolution of hydrocarbon pheromone parsimony in ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)—interplay of colony odor uniformity and odor idiosyncrasy
A Hefetz
Myrmecological News 10, 59-68, 2007
1492007
Regulation of reproduction by dominant workers in bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) queenright colonies
G Bloch, A Hefetz
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 45, 125-135, 1999
1361999
Comparative behavioral biology of two Middle East species of carpenter bees (Xylocopa Latreille)(Hymenoptera: Apoidea)
D Gerling, PD Hurd Jr, A Hefetz
1231982
Plasticity of caste-specific Dufour’s gland secretion in the honey bee (Apis mellifera L.)
T Katzav-Gozansky, V Soroker, A Hefetz, M Cojocaru, DH Erdmann, ...
Naturwissenschaften 84, 238-241, 1997
1191997
The physiological and genomic bases of bumble bee social behaviour
E Amsalem, CM Grozinger, M Padilla, A Hefetz
Advances in insect physiology 48, 37-93, 2015
1112015
Natural polyesters: Dufour's gland macrocyclic lactones form brood cell laminesters in Colletes bees
A Hefetz, HM Fales, SWT Batra
Science 204 (4391), 415-417, 1979
1101979
Exploring the role of juvenile hormone and vitellogenin in reproduction and social behavior in bumble bees
E Amsalem, O Malka, C Grozinger, A Hefetz
BMC Evolutionary Biology 14, 1-13, 2014
1082014
Dufour's gland secretion of the queen honeybee (Apis mellifera): an egg discriminator pheromone or a queen signal?
T Katzav-Gozansky, V Soroker, F Ibarra, W Francke, A Hefetz
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 51, 76-86, 2001
1032001
Effects of social conditions on juvenile hormone mediated reproductive development in Bombus terrestris workers
G Bloch, DW Borst, ZY Huang, GE Robinson, A Hefetz
Physiological Entomology 21 (4), 257-267, 1996
1031996
The role of Dufour's gland secretions in bees
A HEFETZ
Physiological Entomology 12 (3), 243-253, 1987
1021987
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