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TitleDateCreatorPublication TypeInstitution
Aging without functional senescence in honey bee workers2007Rueppell, Olav FacultyBiology, UNCG
Altruistic self-removal of health-compromised honey bee workers from their hive2010Rueppell, Olav FacultyBiology, UNCG
Association between Larger Ovaries and Pollen Foraging in Queenless Apis cerana Workers Supp...2008Rueppell, Olav FacultyBiology, UNCG
Biodemographic analysis of male honey bee mortality2005Rueppell, Olav FacultyBiology, UNCG
Complex pleiotropy characterizes the pollen hoarding syndrome in honey bees (Apis mellifera ...2012Rueppell, Olav FacultyBiology, UNCG
Cross-species correlation between queen mating numbers and worker ovary sizes suggests kin c...2011Rueppell, Olav FacultyBiology, UNCG
Cross-species correlation between queen mating numbers and worker ovary sizes suggests kin c...2011Kuster, Ryan FacultyBiology, UNCG
Genetic Architecture of Ovary Size and Asymmetry in European Honey Bee Workers2011Rueppell, Olav FacultyBiology, UNCG
Genetic architecture of ovary size and asymmetry in European honeybee workers.2011Rueppell, Olav FacultyBiology, UNCG
Pleiotropy of segregating genetic variants that affect honey bee worker life expectancy.2012Rueppell, Olav FacultyBiology, UNCG
Support for the reproductive ground plan hypothesis of social evolution and major QTL for ov...2011Rueppell, Olav FacultyBiology, UNCG
Support for the reproductive ground plan hypothesis of social evolution and major QTL for ov...2011Rueppell, Olav FacultyBiology, UNCG
Variance-based selection may explain general mating patterns in social insects2008Rychtar, Jan FacultyMathematics and Statistics, UNCG
Variance-based selection may explain general mating patterns in social insects2008Rueppell, Olav FacultyBiology, UNCG