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Daniel Stabler
Dr Eileen Power
Professor Anne Borland
Emeritus Professor Jerry Barnes
Professor Geraldine Wright
et al.
A method for analysing small samples of floral pollen for free and protein-bound amino acids2018
Dr Eileen Power
Daniel Stabler
Professor Anne Borland
Emeritus Professor Jerry Barnes
Professor Geraldine Wright
et al.
Analysis of nectar from low-volume flowers: a comparison of collection methods for free amino acids 2018
Dr Nicola Simcock
Dr Helen Gray
Professor Geraldine Wright
Appetitive olfactory learning and memory in the honeybee depend on sugar reward identity2018
Dr Ashwin Miriyala
Sebastien Kessler
Dr Claire Rind
Professor Geraldine Wright
Burst Firing in Bee Gustatory Neurons Prevents Adaptation2018
Professor Geraldine Wright
Nutritional Physiology and Ecology of Honey Bees2018
Dr Sarah Barlow
Professor Geraldine Wright
Carolyn Ma
Marta Barberis
Distasteful nectar deters floral robbery2017
Dr Nicola Simcock
Dr Luisa Wakeling
Professor Dianne Ford
Professor Geraldine Wright
Effects of age and nutritional state on the expression of gustatory receptors in the honeybee (Apis mellifera)2017
Professor Geraldine Wright
Nutritional composition of honey bee food stores vary with floral composition2017
Professor Geraldine Wright
Oilseed rape (Brassica napus) as a resource for farmland insect pollinators: quantifying floral traits in conventional varieties and breeding systems2017
Professor Geraldine Wright
Plant secondary metabolites in nectar: impacts on pollinators and ecological functions2017
Professor Geraldine Wright
Plant–pollinator interactions and threats to pollination: perspectives from the flower to the landscape2017
Dr Sally Williamson
Dr Ann Fitchett
Professor Geraldine Wright
Dr Sarah Judge
Spontaneous honeybee behaviour is altered by persistent organic pollutants2017
Carolyn Ma
Sebastien Kessler
Alex Simpson
Professor Geraldine Wright
A novel behavioural assay to investigate gustatory responses of individual, freely-moving bumblebees (Bombus terrestris)2016
Anthony Vaudo
Daniel Stabler
Professor Geraldine Wright
Bumble bees regulate their intake of essential protein and lipid pollen macronutrients2016
Sebastien Kessler
Kerry Simcock
Sophie Derveau
Samantha Softley
Professor Geraldine Wright
et al.
Corrigendum: Bees prefer foods containing neonicotinoid pesticides (vol 521, pg 74, 2015)2016
Professor Geraldine Wright
Dr Eileen Power
Nectar chemistry modulates the impact of an invasive plant on native pollinators2016
Professor Geraldine Wright
Plant toxin levels in nectar vary spatially across native and introduced populations2016
Professor Geraldine Wright
To feed or not to feed: circuits involved in the control of feeding in insects2016
Sebastien Kessler
Kerry Simcock
Sophie Derveau
Samantha Softley
Professor Geraldine Wright
et al.
Bees prefer foods containing neonicotinoid pesticides2015
Professor Geraldine Wright
Samantha Softley
Low doses of neonicotinoid pesticides in food rewards impair short-term olfactory memory in foraging-age honeybees2015
Daniel Stabler
Dr Pier Paoli
Professor Geraldine Wright
Nutrient balancing of the adult worker bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) depends on its dietary source of essential amino acids2015
Professor Geraldine Wright
Olfaction: Smells Like Fly Food2015
Caitlin Oliver
Samantha Softley
Dr Sally Williamson
Professor Geraldine Wright
Pyrethroids and Nectar Toxins Have Subtle Effects on the Motor Function, Grooming and Wing Fanning Behaviour of Honeybees (Apis mellifera)2015
Professor Geraldine Wright
Bumblebees are not deterred by ecologically relevant concentrations of nectar toxins2014
Dr Sally Williamson
Professor Geraldine Wright
Exposure to neonicotinoids influences the motor function of adult worker honeybees2014
Dr Sally Williamson
Dr Martin Edwards
Professor Geraldine Wright
Professor Angharad MR Gatehouse
Novel biopesticide based on a spider venom peptide shows no adverse effects on honeybees2014
Professor Geraldine Wright
Nutrition affects survival in African honeybees exposed to interacting stressors2014
Dr Pier Paoli
Dion Donley
Daniel Stabler
Professor Geraldine Wright
Nutritional balance of essential amino acids and carbohydrates of the adult worker honeybee depends on age2014
Dr Nicola Simcock
Dr Helen Gray
Professor Geraldine Wright
Single amino acids in sucrose rewards modulate feeding and associative learning in the honeybee2014
Dr Pier Paoli
Dr Luisa Wakeling
Professor Geraldine Wright
Professor Dianne Ford
The dietary proportion of essential amino acids and Sir2 influence lifespan in the honeybee2014
Alice French
Kerry Simcock
Dr Sasha Gartside
Professor Geraldine Wright
The role of serotonin in feeding and gut contractions in the honeybee2014
Viki Hurst
Professor Geraldine Wright
Toxins induce 'malaise' behaviour in the honeybee (Apis mellifera)2014
Viki Hurst
Professor Geraldine Wright
Toxins induce 'malaise' behaviour in the honeybee (Apis mellifera)2014
Dr Sally Williamson
Professor Geraldine Wright
Acute exposure to a sublethal dose of imidacloprid and coumaphos enhances olfactory learning and memory in the honeybee Apis mellifera2013
Professor Geraldine Wright
Daniel Stabler
Dr Eileen Power
Professor Anne Borland
Caffeine in Floral Nectar Enhances a Pollinator's Memory of Reward2013
Professor Geraldine Wright
Cholinergic pesticides cause mushroom body neuronal inactivation in honeybees2013
Dr Sally Williamson
Professor Geraldine Wright
Exposure to acetylcholinesterase inhibitors alters the physiology and motor function of honeybees2013
Dr Sally Williamson
Professor Geraldine Wright
Exposure to multiple cholinergic pesticides impairs olfactory learning and memory in honeybees2013
Professor Geraldine Wright
Nutrient sensors2013
Professor Geraldine Wright
The microsporidian parasites Nosema ceranae and Nosema apis are widespread in honeybee (Apis mellifera) colonies across Scotland2013
Professor Geraldine Wright
Consumption of an acute dose of caffeine reduces acquisition but not memory in the honey bee2012
Professor Geraldine Wright
Physiological State Influences the Social Interactions of Two Honeybee Nest Mates2012
Professor Geraldine Wright
Q&A: Geraldine Wright2012
Amir Choudhary
Ian Laycock
Professor Geraldine Wright
γ-Aminobutyric acid receptor A-mediated inhibition in the honeybee’s antennal lobe is necessary for the formation of configural olfactory percepts2012
Professor Melissa Bateson
Dr Sasha Gartside
Professor Geraldine Wright
Agitated honeybees exhibit pessimistic cognitive biases2011
Professor Geraldine Wright
Appetitive Learning: Memories Need Calories2011
Professor Geraldine Wright
Latent inhibition in the honey bee, Apis mellifera: Is it a unitary phenomenon?2010
Professor Geraldine Wright
Dr Nicola Simcock
Lewis McNicholas
Parallel Reinforcement Pathways for Conditioned Food Aversions in the Honeybee2010
Professor Geraldine Wright
A honeybee's ability to learn, recognize, and discriminate odors depends upon odor sampling time and concentration2009
Professor Geraldine Wright
Bee Pheromones: Signal or Agent of Manipulation?2009
Professor Geraldine Wright
Amir Choudhary
Reward quality influences the development of learned olfactory biases in honeybees2009
Professor Geraldine Wright
The evolution of floral scent: the influence of olfactory learning by insect pollinators on the honest signaling of floral rewards2009
Professor Geraldine Wright
Acute ethanol ingestion impairs appetitive olfactory learning and odor discrimination in the honeybee2008
Dr Claire Rind
Dr Roger Santer
Professor Geraldine Wright
Arousal facilitates collision avoidance mediated by a looming sensitive visual neuron in a flying locust2008
Professor Geraldine Wright
Dr Mitchell Thomson
Generalization Mediates Sensitivity to Complex Odor Features in the Honeybee2008
Professor Geraldine Wright
Acute ethanol ingestion produces dose-dependent effects on motor behavior in the honey bee (Apis mellifera)2007
Professor Geraldine Wright
How honeybees learn to tell the sweet from the bitter2007
Professor Geraldine Wright
Olfactory memory formation and the influence of reward pathway during appetitive learning by honey bees2007
Professor Geraldine Wright
Computational model of the cAMP-mediated sensory response and calcium-dependent adaptation in vertebrate olfactory receptor neurons2005
Professor Geraldine Wright
Intensity and the ratios of compounds in the scent of snapdragon flowers affect scent discrimination by honey bees (Apis mellifera)2005
Professor Geraldine Wright
Learning-based recognition and discrimination of floral odors2005
Professor Geraldine Wright
Dr Mitchell Thomson
Odor perception and the variability in natural odor scenes2005
Professor Geraldine Wright
Dr Mitchell Thomson
Odor perception and variability in natural odor scenes.2005
Professor Geraldine Wright
Dr Mitchell Thomson
Brian Smith
Odour concentration affects odour identity in honeybees2005
Professor Geraldine Wright
Brian Smith
Different Thresholds for Detection and Discrimination of Odors in the Honey bee (Apis mellifera)2004
Professor Geraldine Wright
Molecular Features of Odorants Systematically Influence Slow Temporal Responses Across Clusters of Coordinated Antennal Lobe Units in the Moth Manduca sexta2004
Professor Geraldine Wright
Brian Smith
Variation in complex olfactory stimuli and its influence on odour recognition2004
Professor Geraldine Wright
Feeding behavior of the weevil, Exophthalmus jekelianus, with respect to nutrients and allelochemicals in host plant leaves2003
Professor Geraldine Wright
A comparison of nutritional regulation in solitarious- and gregarious-phase nymphs of the desert locust, Schistocerca gregaria2002
Professor Geraldine Wright
The ability of the honeybee, Apis mellifera, to detect and discriminate among the odors of varieties of canola flowers (Brassica rapa and Brassica napus) and snapdragon flowers (Antirrhinum majus)2002
Professor Geraldine Wright
Sarah Hill
Sarah Davey
The feeding behavior of Schistocerca gregaria, the desert locust, on two starch mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana2000
Professor Geraldine Wright
An analysis of the pattern of feeding in the Costa Rican weevil, Exophthalmus jekelianus, on the tropical tree, Cedrela odorata.1999
Professor Geraldine Wright
Four New Tetranortriterpenoids from Cedrela odorata Associated with Leaf Rejection by Exopthalmus jekelianus.1999