Recommended Readings: Daniel Kronauer, Ph.D. Monday April 9, 2018

Monday Lectures

Monday, April 9, 2018  4:00 p.m.

Caspary Auditorium

Daniel Kronauer, Ph.D.

Stanley S. and Sydney R. Shuman Associate Professor and Head

Laboratory of Social Evolution and Behavior

The Rockefeller University

The Evolution of Eusociality in Ants

Recommended Readings:

Science News

Substance that guides ant trail is produced by symbiotic bacteria. April 9, 2018. ScienceDaily

Empirical Articles

von Beeren, Christoph; Brueckner, Adrian; Maruyama, Munetoshi; et al. (2018). Chemical and behavioral integration of army ant-associated rove beetles – a comparison between specialists and generalists. FRONTIERS IN ZOOLOGY. 15

Ulrich, Yuko; Burns, Dominic; Libbrecht, Romain; et al. (2016). Ant larvae regulate worker foraging behavior and ovarian activity in a dose-dependent manner. BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY. 70 (7): 1011-1018

Libbrecht, Romain; Oxley, Peter Robert; Keller, Laurent; et al. (2016). Robust DNA Methylation in the Clonal Raider Ant Brain. CURRENT BIOLOGY. 26 (3): 391-395

Oxley, Peter R.; Ji, Lu; Fetter-Pruneda, Ingrid; et al. (2014). The Genome of the Clonal Raider Ant Cerapachys biroi. CURRENT BIOLOGY. 24 (4): 451-458

Abbot, Patrick; Abe, Jun; Alcock, John; et al. (2011). Inclusive fitness theory and eusociality. NATURE. 471 (7339): E1-E4  

Review Papers

Trible, Waring; Kronauer, Daniel J. C. (2017). Caste development and evolution in ants: it’s all about size. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY. 220 (1): 53-62

Libbrecht, Romain; Oxley, Peter R.; Kronauer, Daniel J. C.; et al. (2013). Ant genomics sheds light on the molecular regulation of social organization. GENOME BIOLOGY. 14 (7)

Book Chapter

Ivens, Aniek B. F.; von Beeren, Christoph; Bluethgen, Nico; et al. (2016). Studying the Complex Communities of Ants and Their Symbionts Using Ecological Network Analysis. ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENTOMOLOGY. 6: 353-+

 

Recommended Readings: Daniel Kronauer, Ph.D., Friday September 15th, 2017

Friday Lectures

Friday, September 15, 2017  3:45 p.m.

Caspary Auditorium

Daniel Kronauer, Ph.D.

Stanley S. and Sydney R. Shuman Assistant Professor and Head

Laboratory of Social Evolution and Behavior

The Rockefeller University

Communication and Social Behavior in Ants

Recommended Readings:

News provided by NYU Langone Health (2017). Mutant Ants provide insights into social interaction.

Trible, Waring; Olivos-Cisneros, Leonora; McKenzie, Sean K.; et al. (2017). orco Mutagenesis Causes Loss of Antennal Lobe Glomeruli and Impaired Social Behavior in Ants. CELL. 170 (4): 727-+  

McKenzie, Sean K.; Fetter-Pruneda, Ingrid; Ruta, Vanessa; et al. (2016). Transcriptomics and neuroanatomy of the clonal raider ant implicate an expanded clade of odorant receptors in chemical communication. PNAS. 113 (49): 14091-14096

Leonhardt, Sara Diana; Menzel, Florian; Nehring, Volker; et al. (2016). Ecology and Evolution of Communication in Social Insects. CELL. 164 (6): 1277-1287

Oxley, Peter R.; Ji, Lu; Fetter-Pruneda, Ingrid; et al. (2014). The Genome of the Clonal Raider Ant Cerapachys biroi. CURRENT BIOLOGY. 24 (4): 451-458  

Sumner, Seirian (2014). The importance of genomic novelty in social evolution. MOLECULAR ECOLOGY. 23 (1): 26-28