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Age, caste, and behavior determine the replicative activity of intestinal stem cells in hone...2008Rueppell, Olav FacultyBiology, UNCG
Age, caste, and behavior determine the replicative activity of intestinal stem cells in hone...2008Ward, Kristen NicoleFacultyBiology, UNCG
Aging and demographic plasticity in response to experimental age structures in honeybees (Ap...2008Rueppell, Olav FacultyBiology, UNCG
Aging without functional senescence in honey bee workers2007Rueppell, Olav FacultyBiology, UNCG
Characterization of quantitative trait loci for the age of first foraging in honey bee worke...2009Rueppell, Olav FacultyBiology, UNCG
Complex determination of queen body size in the queen size dimorphic ant Leptothorax rugatul...2001Rueppell, 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
High recombination frequency creates genotypic diversity in colonies of the leaf-cutting ant...2006Rueppell, Olav FacultyBiology, UNCG
Honey bee (Apis mellifera) workers live longer in small than in large colonies2009Rueppell, Olav FacultyBiology, UNCG
Male maturation response to selection of the pollen-hoarding syndrome in honey bees (Apis me...2006Rueppell, Olav FacultyBiology, UNCG
Mitochondrial markers in the ant Leptothorax rugatulus reveal the population genetic consequ...2003Rueppell, Olav FacultyBiology, UNCG
A new type of exocrine gland and its function in mass recruitment in the ant Cylindromyrmex ...2001Rueppell, Olav FacultyBiology, UNCG
Pleiotropy, epistasis and new QTL: the genetic architecture of honey bee foraging behavior2004Rueppell, Olav FacultyBiology, UNCG
Population structure of Apis cerana in Thailand reflects biogeography and current gene flow ...2011Rueppell, Olav FacultyBiology, UNCG
Regulation of life history determines lifespan of worker honey bees (Apis mellifera L.)2007Rueppell, Olav FacultyBiology, UNCG
A review on self-destructive defense behaviors in social insects.2012Rueppell, 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