Robert Gegear
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Plight of the bumble bee: pathogen spillover from commercial to wild populations
SR Colla, MC Otterstatter, RJ Gegear, JD Thomson
Biological conservation 129 (4), 461-467, 2006
Cryptochrome mediates light-dependent magnetosensitivity in Drosophila
RJ Gegear, A Casselman, S Waddell, SM Reppert
Nature 454 (7207), 1014-1018, 2008
Animal cryptochromes mediate magnetoreception by an unconventional photochemical mechanism
RJ Gegear, LE Foley, A Casselman, SM Reppert
Nature 463 (7282), 804-807, 2010
Human cryptochrome exhibits light-dependent magnetosensitivity
LE Foley, RJ Gegear, SM Reppert
Nature communications 2 (1), 1-3, 2011
Antennal circadian clocks coordinate sun compass orientation in migratory monarch butterflies
C Merlin, RJ Gegear, SM Reppert
Science 325 (5948), 1700-1704, 2009
Bumble-bee foragers infected by a gut parasite have an impaired ability to utilize floral information
RJ Gegear, MC Otterstatter, JD Thomson
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1590), 1073-1078, 2006
Flower constancy in bumblebees: a test of the trait variability hypothesis
RJ Gegear, TM Laverty
Animal Behaviour 69 (4), 939-949, 2005
Navigational mechanisms of migrating monarch butterflies
SM Reppert, RJ Gegear, C Merlin
Trends in neurosciences 33 (9), 399-406, 2010
Ecological context influences pollinator deterrence by alkaloids in floral nectar
RJ Gegear, JS Manson, JD Thomson
Ecology Letters 10 (5), 375-382, 2007
A magnetic compass aids monarch butterfly migration
PA Guerra, RJ Gegear, SM Reppert
Nature communications 5 (1), 1-8, 2014
Effects of parasitic mites and protozoa on the flower constancy and foraging rate of bumble bees
MC Otterstatter, RJ Gegear, SR Colla, JD Thomson
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 58 (4), 383-389, 2005
Bumblebees learn to forage like Bayesians
JM Biernaskie, SC Walker, RJ Gegear
The American Naturalist 174 (3), 413-423, 2009
The effect of variation among floral traits on the flower constancy of pollinators
Cognitive ecology of pollination, 2001
Does parasitic infection impair the ability of bumblebees to learn flower-handling techniques?
RJ Gegear, MC Otterstatter, JD Thomson
Animal behaviour 70 (1), 209-215, 2005
Defining behavioral and molecular differences between summer and migratory monarch butterflies
H Zhu, RJ Gegear, A Casselman, S Kanginakudru, SM Reppert
BMC biology 7 (1), 1-14, 2009
Does the flower constancy of bumble bees reflect foraging economics?
RJ Gegear, JD Thomson
Ethology 110 (10), 793-805, 2004
Behavioural assessment of visual acuity in bumblebees (Bombus impatiens)
T Macuda, R Gegear, T Laverty, B Timney
Journal of Experimental Biology 204 (3), 559-564, 2001
The birds, the bees, and the virtual flowers: can pollinator behavior drive ecological speciation in flowering plants?
RJ Gegear, JG Burns
The American Naturalist 170 (4), 551-566, 2007
How many flower types can bumble bees work at the same time?
RJ Gegear, TM Laverty
Canadian Journal of Zoology 76 (7), 1358-1365, 1998
Discordant timing between antennae disrupts sun compass orientation in migratory monarch butterflies
PA Guerra, C Merlin, RJ Gegear, SM Reppert
Nature communications 3 (1), 1-7, 2012
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