Fabian A. Ruedenauer
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How to know which food is good for you: bumblebees use taste to discriminate between different concentrations of food differing in nutrient content
FA Ruedenauer, J Spaethe, SD Leonhardt
Journal of Experimental Biology 218 (14), 2233-2240, 2015
612015
Hungry for quality—individual bumblebees forage flexibly to collect high-quality pollen
FA Ruedenauer, J Spaethe, SD Leonhardt
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 70 (8), 1209-1217, 2016
462016
Bumblebees are able to perceive amino acids via chemotactile antennal stimulation
FA Ruedenauer, SD Leonhardt, K Lunau, J Spaethe
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 205 (3), 321-331, 2019
92019
Do honeybees (Apis mellifera) differentiate between different pollen types?
FA Ruedenauer, C Wöhrle, J Spaethe, SD Leonhardt
PloS one 13 (11), e0205821, 2018
72018
Best be (e) on low fat: linking nutrient perception, regulation and fitness
FA Ruedenauer, D Raubenheimer, D Kessner‐Beierlein, ...
Ecology Letters 23 (3), 545-554, 2020
62020
Pollinator or pedigree: which factors determine the evolution of pollen nutrients?
FA Ruedenauer, J Spaethe, CJ van der Kooi, SD Leonhardt
Oecologia 191 (2), 349-358, 2019
32019
Separation of different pollen types by chemotactile sensing in Bombus terrestris
FA Ruedenauer, SD Leonhardt, F Schmalz, W Rössler, MF Strube-Bloss
Journal of Experimental Biology 220 (8), 1435-1442, 2017
22017
Adding Amino Acids to a Sucrose Diet Is Not Sufficient to Support Longevity of Adult Bumble Bees
N Grund-Mueller, FA Ruedenauer, J Spaethe, SD Leonhardt
Insects 11 (4), 247, 2020
2020
Making sense of floral offers: Bumblebees use chemotactile cues to assess pollen nutritional quality
S Leonhardt, F Ruedenauer, M Strube-Bloss, J Spaethe
KURZFASSUNGEN DER VORTRÄGE, 10, 0
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