Browsing publications by Professor Geraldine Wright

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Sebastien Kessler
Kerry Simcock
Sophie Derveau
Samantha Softley
Professor Geraldine Wright
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Bees prefer foods containing neonicotinoid pesticides2015
Daniel Stabler
Dr Pier Paoli
Professor Geraldine Wright
Nutrient balancing of the adult worker bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) depends on its dietary source of essential amino acids2015
Professor Geraldine Wright
Olfaction: Smells Like Fly Food2015
Caitlin Oliver
Samantha Softley
Dr Sally Williamson
Professor Geraldine Wright
Pyrethroids and Nectar Toxins Have Subtle Effects on the Motor Function, Grooming and Wing Fanning Behaviour of Honeybees (Apis mellifera)2015
Professor Geraldine Wright
Bumblebees are not deterred by ecologically relevant concentrations of nectar toxins2014
Dr Sally Williamson
Professor Geraldine Wright
Exposure to neonicotinoids influences the motor function of adult worker honeybees2014
Dr Sally Williamson
Dr Martin Edwards
Professor Geraldine Wright
Professor Angharad MR Gatehouse
Novel biopesticide based on a spider venom peptide shows no adverse effects on honeybees2014
Professor Geraldine Wright
Nutrition affects survival in African honeybees exposed to interacting stressors2014
Dr Pier Paoli
Dion Donley
Daniel Stabler
Professor Geraldine Wright
Nutritional balance of essential amino acids and carbohydrates of the adult worker honeybee depends on age2014
Dr Nicola Simcock
Helen Gray
Professor Geraldine Wright
Single amino acids in sucrose rewards modulate feeding and associative learning in the honeybee2014
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