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Ament, S. A., Q. W. Chan, M. M. Wheeler, S. E. Nixon, S. P. Johnson, S. L. Rodriguez-Zas, L. J. Foster, and G. E. Robinson. 2011. Mechanisms of stable lipid loss in a social insect. J Exp Biol 214:3808-21.

Ament, S. A., R. A. Velarde, M. H. Kolodkin, D. Moyse, and G. E. Robinson. 2011. Neuropeptide Y-like signalling and nutritionally mediated gene expression and behaviour in the honey bee. Insect Mol Biol 20:335-45.

Ament, S. A., Y. Wang, C. C. Chen, C. A. Blatti, F. Hong, Z. S. Liang, N. Negre, K. P. White, S. L. Rodriguez-Zas, C. A. Mizzen, S. Sinha, S. Zhong, and G. E. Robinson. 2012. The transcription factor ultraspiracle influences honey bee social behavior and behavior-related gene expression. PLoS Genet 8:e1002596.

Ament, S. A., Y. Wang, and G. E. Robinson. 2010. Nutritional regulation of division of labor in honey bees: toward a systems biology perspective. Wiley Interdiscip Rev Syst Biol Med 2:566-76.

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Daugherty, T. H., A. L. Toth, and G. E. Robinson. 2011. Nutrition and division of labor: Effects on foraging and brain gene expression in the paper wasp Polistes metricus. Mol Ecol 20:5337-47.

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Dearden, P. K., M. J. Wilson, L. Sablan, P. W. Osborne, M. Havler, E. McNaughton, K. Kimura, N. V. Milshina, M. Hasselmann, T. Gempe, M. Schioett, S. J. Brown, C. G. Elsik, P. W. Holland, T. Kadowaki, and M. Beye. 2006. Patterns of conservation and change in honey bee developmental genes. Genome Res 16:1376-84.

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