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08/01/2015

Ferrari TE, Tautz J (2015) Severe Honey Bee (Apis mellifera) Losses Correlate with Geomagnetic and Proton Disturbances in Earth’s Atmosphere. Astrobiol Outreach 3: 134. doi:10.4172/2332-2519.1000134

An unexpected, abrupt and severe disappearance of adult honeybees from a colony has been causing concern for beekeepers and entomologists for over a century [1-8]. Over time, the incident has been called Colony Collapse Disorder, Disappearance Disease, Evaporation, Dwindling Disease, Autumn Collapse and May Disease. What is most significant regarding the disorder is the absence of victims in or near the hive [1]. Remaining bees appear healthy and afflicted colonies can recover, indicating a contagion or pest is not involved [1].

07/16/2014

Klein B. A., Stiegler M., Klein A., Tautz J.: Mapping Sleeping Bees within Their Nest: Spatial and Temporal Analysis of Worker Honey Bee Sleep

The publication: http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0066415

12/03/2013

Honey bee drones maintain humoral immune competence throughout all life stages in the absence of vitellogenin production. Heike Gätschenberger, Olaf Gimple, Jürgen Tautz and Hildburg Beier, The Journal of Experimental Biology 215, 1

12/01/2013

154. Gätschenberger, H. , Azzami, K. Tautz, J. & H. Beier: Antibacterial immune competence of honey bees (Apis mellifera) is adapted to different life stages and environmental risks . PloSOne June 2013 | Volume 8 | Issue 6 | e664

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10/28/2013

Arndt, Ingo; Tautz, Jürgen: Architektier. Knesebeck 2013.

Ingo Arndt traveled around the world for two years and photographed various architectonic achievements in the animal kingdom. In addition to animal dwellings, Arndt's photographs also portrayed the respective builders or "architects". Well-known behavioral scientist Prof. Jürgen Tautz provided an exciting story for each of the animals and their respective architectural structures.

01/31/2012

145 Höcherl, N., Siede, R., Illies, I. and J. Tautz: Evaluation of the nutritive value of maize for honey bees. J.Insect Physiol 58, 278–285, 2012.

01/31/2012

148. Azzami,K., Ritter,W. , Tautz, J. and H. Beier: Infection of honey bees with Acute bee paralysis virus 1 does not trigger or suppress humoral and cellular immune responses. Archives of Virology, DOI 10.1007/s00705-012-1223-0, 2012.

01/10/2012

147. Schneider; CH., Tautz,J., Grünewald;, B. and S. Fuchs: RFID Tracking of Sublethal Effects of Two Neonicotinoid Insecticides on the Foraging Behavior of Apis mellifera. PLoS ONE 7(1): e30023. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0030023, 2012.

09/26/2011

149. Albert Š, Gätschenberger H, Azzami K, Gimple O, Grimmer G, Fujiyuki T, Sumner S, Tautz J, Mueller MJ: Evidence of a novel immune responsive protein in the Hymenoptera. Insect Biochem. Mol. Biol. 41: 968-981, 2011

05/24/2011

144 Pahl, M., Zhu, H., TAUTZ,J. & S.Zhang: Large Scale Homing in Honeybees. PLOS one 2011

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05/30/2016

Column of Juergen Tautz: Bees as pest controllers

Wherever bees fly, caterpillars are severely disturbed, eating up to 70 percent less leaf mass in those areas.

05/22/2016

Column of Juergen Tautz: Observation hives – Windows into life inside a bee colony

The large majority of our honeybees’ lives takes place in secret. Bustling air traffic can be observed throughout the day at the...

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