Publications by Barbara Baer-Imhoof

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Grassl, J., Peng, Y., Baer-Imhoof, B., Welch, M., Millar, A. H., & Baer, B. 2016 Infections with the sexually transmitted pathogen Nosema apis trigger an immune response in the seminal fluid of honey bees (Apis mellifera) J. Prot. Res. available online.
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Peng, Y., Baer-Imhoof, B., Millar, A.H. & Baer, B. 2015 Consequences of Nosema apis infection for male honey bees and their fertility Sci. Rep. 5: 10565.
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Paynter, E., Baer-Imhoof, B., Linden, M., Lee-Pullen, T., Heel K., Rigby, P. & Baer, B. 2014 Flow cytometry as a rapid and reliable method to quantify sperm viability in the honeybee Apis mellifera Cytometry Part A 85 (5): 463-472.
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Stuerup, M., Baer-Imhoof, B., Nash, D. R., Boomsma, J. J. & Baer, B. 2013 When every sperm counts: factors affecting male fertility in the honeybee Apis mellifera, . Behav. Ecol. 24(5): 1192-1198. Download from Behavioral Ecology or Read abstract.

Imhoof B., Schmid-Hempel, P. 1999. Colony success of the bumble bee, Bombus terrestris, in relation to infections by two protozoan parasites, Crithidia bombi and Nosema bombi. Insectes Sociaux 46: 233-238.

Imhoof B., Schmid-Hempel, P. 1998. Single-clone and mixed-clone infections versus host environment in Crithidia bombi infecting bumblebees. Parasitology 117: 331-336.

Imhoof B., Schmid-Hempel, P. 1998. Patterns of local adaptation of a protozoan parasite to its bumblebee host. Oikos 82: 59-65.

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