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Gene E. Robinson

Curriculum Vitae
Director, Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology

Swanlund Chair

Center for Advanced Study Professor of Entomology and Neuroscience
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

1206 West Gregory Drive

Urbana, Illinois, 61801

(217) 265-0309

generobi@illinois.edu


Short Biography
Gene E. Robinson obtained his Ph.D. from Cornell University in 1986 and joined the faculty of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1989. He holds a University Swanlund Chair and Center for Advanced Study Professorship, is director (since 2011) of the Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology (IGB) and director (since 1990) of the Bee Research Facility, and is a former director of the campus Neuroscience Program (2001-2011). Robinson pioneered the application of genomics to the study of social behavior, led the effort to sequence the honey bee genome, authored or co-authored over 300 publications, and has trained 29 postdoctoral associates and 23 doctoral students, over half with faculty positions in academia. He served on the National Institute of Mental Health Advisory Council and has past and current appointments on scientific advisory boards for companies with significant interests in genomics. Dr. Robinson’s honors include: Fellow and Founders Memorial Award, Entomological Society of America; Fellow and Distinguished Behaviorist, Animal Behavior Society; Distinguished Scientist Award, International Behavioral Genetics Society; Guggenheim Fellowship; Fulbright Fellowship; NIH Pioneer Award; Honorary Doctorate, Hebrew University; Fellow, American Academy of Arts & Sciences; and member, US National Academy of Sciences.

Revised 14 July 2017



TABLE OF CONTENTS


Contributed Presentations (202) 31

Outreach and Public Engagement Presentations (131) 31

IX. SCIENCE AND PUBLIC POLICY 32

X. SERVICE 32

National and International Service 32

Professional Affiliations 33

Outreach and Public Engagement 33

XI. UNIVERSITY SERVICE 36

Postdoctoral Associates 39

Doctoral Students 41

Master’s Students 42

(1)Kari Jackson, Entomology, 2015-present 42

Undergraduate Student Research (113) 43

Senior Theses 43

Peer-Reviewed Papers 44

1.Shpigler, H.Y., Saul, M.C., Corona, F., Block, L., Cash-Ahmed, A. and G.E. Robinson. Deep evolutionary conservation of autism-related genes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. In press. 44

2.Avalos, A., Pan, H., Cai, L., Acevedo-Gonzales, J.P., Rendon, G., Fields, C.J., Brown, P.J., Giray, T., Robinson, G.E., Hudson, M.E. and G. Zhang. Rapid evolution of behaviour in a gentle Africanized honeybee by soft selective sweep. In review. 44

3.Gernat, T., Rao, V.O., Middendorf, M., Dankowicz, H., Goldenfeld, N.D. and G.E. Robinson. Rapid and robust spreading dynamics despite bursty interaction patterns in honey bee social networks. In review. 44

4.Martins J.R., Pinheiro D.G., Ahmed A.C., Robinson G.E., Mizzen C. and M.M.G. Bitondi. Hexamerins as moonlighting proteins: Genome-wide analysis of the chromatin sites targeted by HEX 70a and HEX 110 storage proteins in the honeybee. In review. 44

5.Fischman, B.J., Pitts-Singer, T. and G.E. Robinson. Nutritional regulation of phenotypic plasticity in a solitary bee. Environmental Entomology. In press. 44

6.Shpigler, H.Y., Saul, MC., Murdoch, E.E., Cash-Ahmed, A., Seward, C., Sloofman, L., Chandrasekaran, S., Sinha, S., Stubbs, L. and G.E. Robinson. 2017. Behavioral, transcriptomic and epigenetic responses to social challenge in honey bees. Genes, Brain and Behavior 10.1111/gbb.12379 44

7.Jones, B.M., Kingwell, C.J., Wcislo, W.T. and G.E. Robinson. 2017. Caste-biased gene expression in a facultatively eusocial bee species suggests a role for genetic accommodation in the evolution of eusociality. Proceedings of the Royal Society B DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2016.2228 44

8.Naeger, N.L. and G.E. Robinson. 2016. Comparative transcriptomic analysis of instinctive and learned behaviors in honey bees. Journal of Experimental Biology 219: 3554-3561. (Reported in Inside JEB) 44

9.Blackwell, E., Zhang, Y., Wang, Y., Ament, S.A., Wheeler, M.W., Hsiao, K.-Y., Newman, T.C., Zhong, S., Mizzen, C.A. and G.E. Robinson. Genome-wide histone H3 methylation dynamics associated with nutritionally mediated behavioral maturation in the honey bee, Apis mellifera. PLoS ONE. In revision. 44

10.Southey, B.R., Carr-Markell, M.K., Liang, Z.S., Zayed, A., Li, R., Robinson, G.E. and S.L. Rodriguez-Zas. 2016. Characterization of genomic variants associated with scout and recruit behavioral castes in honey bees using whole-genome sequencing. PLoS ONE 11: e0146430. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0146430 44

11.Liu, H., Kantarovich, R., Robinson, G.E. and E. Jakobsson. 2016. Conservation across the Metazoa of differentially expressed genes associated with aggression-related honey bee behavioral phenotypes. PLoS Computational Biology. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1004921 44

12.Chandrasekaran, S., Rittschof, C., Djukovic, D., Gu, H., Raferty, D., Price, N.D. and G.E. Robinson. 2015. Aggression is associated with aerobic glycolysis in the honey bee brain. Genes, Brain and Behavior 14: 158-66. 44

13.Sadd, B.M….Robinson, G.E., Scherer, S., Schmid-Hempel, P. and K.C. Worley. 2105. The genomes of two key bumble bee species with primitive eusocial organization. BMC Genomics 16: 76. 44

14.Kapheim, K.M., Rao, V.D., Yeoman, C.J., Wilson, B.A., White, B.A., Goldenfeld, N. and G.E. Robinson. 2015. Caste-specific differences in hindgut microbial communities of honey bees (Apis mellifera). PLoS ONE 10: e0123911 44

15.Khamis, A.M., Hamilton, A.R., Medvedeva, Y.A., Alam, T., Alam, I., Essack, M., Umylny, B., Jankovic, B.R., Naeger, N.L., Suzuki, M., Harbers, M., Robinson, G.E. and V.B. Bajic. 2015. Insights into the transcriptional architecture of behavioral plasticity in the honey bee Apis mellifera. Scientific Reports doi: 10.1038/srep11136. 44

16.Kapheim, K.M….G.E. Robinson. 2015. Genomic signatures of evolutionary transitions from solitary to group living. Science 348: 1139-1143. (Reported in Nature) 44

17.Stephens, Z.D., Lee, S.Y., Faghri, F., Campbell, R.H., Zhai, C. Efron, M.J., Iyer, R., Schatz, M.C., Sinha, S. and G.E. Robinson. 2015. Big Data: Astronomical or Genomical? PLoS Biology. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1002195. (Reported in Washington Post, NBC News, The Scientist, International Business Times, Nature, BioNews, BT.com, Engineering and Technology Magazine, FierceBiotechIT, Genetic Literacy Project, Genome Web, Ingenuity.com, SanDisk IT Blog, Scientific Computing, IEEE Spectrum, Tech Times, Molecular Ecologist) 44

18.Rittschof, C.C., Coombs, C.B., Frazier, M., Grozinger, C.M., and G.E. Robinson. 2015. Early life aggressive environment is linked to positive health outcomes in honeybees. Scientific Reports doi:10.1038/srep15572 (Reported in Science Daily) 45

19.Shpigler, H. and Gene E. Robinson. 2015. Laboratory assay of brood care for quantitative analyses of inter-individual differences in honey bee affiliative behavior. PLoS ONE 10: e0143183. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0143183 45

20.Wheeler, M.M., Ament, S.A., Rodriguez-Zas, S. Southey, B. and G.E. Robinson. 2015. Diet and endocrine effects on behavioral maturation-related gene expression in the pars intercerebralis of the honey bee brain. Journal of Experimental Biology 218: 4005-4014. 45

21.Jones, B.M., Wcislo, W.T. and G. E. Robinson. 2015. Developmental transcriptome for a facultatively eusocial bee, Megalopta genalis. G3: Genes | Genomes | Genetics 5: 2127-35. 45

22.McNeill, M.S. and G.E. Robinson, G.E. 2015. Voxel-based analysis of the immediate early gene, c-jun, in the honey bee brain after a sucrose stimulus. Insect Molecular Biology 24: 377-390. 45

23.Peso, M., Even, N.,Søvik, E., Naeger, N.L., Robinson, G.E. and A.B. Barron. 2015. Physiology of reproductive worker honey bees (Apis mellifera): insights for the development of the worker caste. Journal for Comparative Physiology A 202: 147-58. 45

24.McNeill, M.S., Kapheim, K.M., Brockmann, A., McGill, T.A.W. and G. E. Robinson. 2015. Brain regions and molecular pathways responding to food reward type and value in the honey bee. Genes, Brain and Behavior 15: 305-317. 45

25.Elsik, C.G., Worley, K.C., Bennett, A.K., Beye, M., Camara, F.C., Childers, C.P., de Graaf, D.C., Debsyer, G., Deng, J., Devreese, B., Elhaik, E., Evans, JD., Foster, L.J., Graur, D., Guigo, R., Hoff, K.J., Holder, M.E., Hudson, M.E., Hunt, G.J., Jiang, H., Joshi, V., Khetani, R.S., Kosarev, P., Kovar, C.L., Ma, J., Maleszka, R., Moritz, R.F.A., Munoz-Torres, M.C., Murphy, T.D., Muzny, D.M., Newsham, I.F., Reese, J.T., Robertson, H.M., Robinson, G.E., Rueppell, O., Solovyev, V., Stanke, M., Stolle, E., Tsuruda, J.M., Van Vaerenbergh, M., Waterhouse, R.M., Weaver, D.B., Whitfield, C.W., Wu, Y., Zdobnov, E.M., Zhang, L., Zhu, C. and R.A. Gibbs. 2014. Finding the missing honey bee genes: lessons learned from a genome upgrade. BMC Genomics 15: 86 doi:10.1186/1471-2164-15-86. 45

26.Woodard, S.H., Bloch, B., Band, B. and G.E. Robinson. 2014. Molecular heterochrony and the evolution of sociality in bumble bees. Proceedings of the Royal Society 281: 1471-79. 45

27.Tenczar, P., Lutz, C.C., Rao, V.D., Goldenfeld, N., and G.E. Robinson. 2014. Automated monitoring reveals extreme inter-individual variation and plasticity in honey bee foraging activity levels. Animal Behavior 95: 41-48. (Reported in the New York Times, Daily News, Entomology Today, Open Science World, Discover) 45

28.Wheeler, M. and G.E. Robinson. 2014. Diet-dependent gene expression in honey bees: honey vs. sucrose or high fructose corn syrup. Scientific Reports 4: article number 5726. doi:10.1038/srep05726 45

29.Li-Byarlay, H., Rittschof, C.C., Massey, J., Pittendrigh, B.R. and G.E. Robinson. 2014. Inhibiting brain oxidative phosphorylation increases aggression in honey bees and fruit flies. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 34: 12533–12537. (Highlighted in Trends in Neuroscience DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.tins.2014.11.005 45

30.Carr-Markell, M.K. and G.E. Robinson. 2014. Comparing reversal-learning abilities, sucrose responsiveness, and foraging experience between scout and non-scout honey bee (Apis mellifera) foragers. Journal of Insect Behavior 27: DOI 10.1007/s10905-014-9465-1. 45

31.Liang, S., Southey, B.R., Matilla, H., Seeley, T.D., Rodriguez-Zas, S. and G.E. Robinson. 2014. Comparative brain transcriptomic analyses of novelty seeking across distinct behavioural contexts in honey bees. Proceedings of the Royal Society DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2014.1868 45

32.Rittschof, C.C. Bukhari, S.A., Sloofman, LG.., Troy, J.M., Caetano-Anolles, D. Cash-Ahmed, A., Kent, M., Lu, X., Sanogo, Y.O., Weisner, P.A., Zhang, H., Bell, A.M., Ma, J., Sinha, S., Robinson, G.E. and L. Stubbs. 2014. Neuromolecular responses to social challenge: common mechanisms across mouse, stickleback fish and honey bee. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111: 17929-17934. 45

33.Lutz, C.C. and G. E. Robinson. 2013. Activity-dependent gene expression in honey bee mushroom bodies in response to a spatial learning event. Journal of Experimental Biology. 216: 2031-38. (Reported in Nature) 46

34.Wheeler, M.M., Ament, S.A., Rodriguez-Zas, S.L. and G.E. Robinson. 2013. Brain gene expression changes elicited by peripheral vitellogenin knockdown in the honey bee. Insect Molecular Biology 22: 562-573. 46

35.Woodard, S.H., Bloch, B., Band, B. and G.E. Robinson. 2013. Social regulation of maternal traits in nest-founding bumble bee queens. Journal of Experimental Biology 216: 3474-82. 46

36.Li-Byarlay, H.M., Li, Y., Stroud, H., Feng, S., Newman, T.C., Kaneda, M., Hou, K.K., Worley, K., Elsik, C.G., Wickline, S.A., Jacobsen, S.E., Ma, J. and G.E. Robinson. 2013. RNA interference knockdown DNA methyltransferase 3 affects gene alternative splicing in the honey bee. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110: 12750-12755. Cover story. (Reported in GenomeWeb, Recommended by Faculty of 1000) 46

37.Rittschof, C.C. and G.E. Robinson. 2013. Experimental manipulation of colony social environment modulates individual honey bee aggression and brain gene expression. Genes, Brain and Behavior 12: 802-811. 46

38.Naeger, N.L, Peso, M., Even, N., Barron, A.B. and G.E. Robinson. 2013. Altruistic behavior by egg-laying worker honey bees. Current Biology 23: 1574-8. (Reported in Wired, ScienceAlert, Science Editor’s Choice) 46

39.Cingolani, P., Cao, X., Chen, C-C, Coon, M., Land, S., Huang, N., Rao, A., Zhong, S., Robinson, G.E. and D.R. Ruden. 2013. Intronic Non-CG DNA hydromethylation and alternative splicing in honey bees. BMC Genomics 14: 666. 46

40.Lutz, C.C., Rodriguez-Zas, S., Fahrbach, S.E. and G.E. Robinson. 2012. Transcriptional response to foraging experience in the honey bee mushroom bodies. Developmental Neurobiology 72: 153-176. 46

41.Liang, S., Vu, H.T., Matilla, H., Seeley, T.D., Rodriguez-Zas, S. and G.E. Robinson. 2012. Molecular determinants of scouting behavior in honey bees. Science 335: 1225-28. (Reported in New York Times, Discovery News, Chemical and Engineering News, Reforma, Science News, EurekAlert Chinese section, LiveScience.com, Science NOW) 46

42.Ament, S.A., Alaux, C., Blatte, C., Wheeler, M.,M. LeConte, Y., Hunt, G.J., Guzmán-Novoa, E., DeGrandi-Hoffman, G., Uribe-Rubio, J.L., Toth, A.L., Amdam, G., Rodriguez-Zas, S., Sinha, S. and G.E. Robinson. 2012. New meta-analysis tools reveal shared cis-regulatory architecture for different behavior-determining factors. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109: E1801-10. 46

43.Greenberg, J., Xia, J., Thatcher, S., Ament, S.A., Newman, T., Green, P., Robinson, G.E. and Y. Ben-Shahar. 2012. Behavioral plasticity in honey bees is associated with major differences in brain microRNA transcriptome. Genes Brain and Behavior 10.1111/j.1601-183X.2012.00782.x. 46

44.Rodriguez-Zas, S.L., Southey, B.R., Shemesh, Y., Rubin, E.B., Cohen, M., Robinson, G.E. and G. Bloch. 2012. Microarray analysis of natural socially-regulated plasticity in circadian rhythms of honey bees. Journal of Biological Rhythms 27: 12-24. 46

45.Foret, S., Pellegrini, M., Kucharski, R., Feng, S., Jacobsen, S., Robinson, G.E. and R. Maleszka. 2012. From one genome to alternative phenotypes: The honey bee larval methylomes reveal the dynamics of epigenomic settings implemented by differential dietary inputs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109: 4968-73. 46

46.Ament, S.A., Wang, Y., Chen, C-C., Blatti, C.A., Hong, F., Liang., Z.S., Negre, N., White, K.P., Rodriguez-Zas, S., Mizzen, C.A., Sinha, S., Zhong, S. and G.E. Robinson.  2012. The transcription factor Ultraspiracle influences honey bee social behavior and behavior-related gene expression.  PLoS Genetics 8:  e1002596.  doi:10.1371/ journal.pgen.1002596. 46

47.Yang, L., Li, H.M., Burns, P., Borodovsky, M., Robinson, G.E. and J. Ma. TrueSight: Self-training algorithm for splice junction detection using RNA-seq. 2012. 16th Annual International Conference on Research in Computational Molecular Biology RECOMB 12. 46

48.Yang, L., Li, H.M., Burns, P., Borodovsky, M., Robinson, G.E. and J. Ma. 2012. Self-training algorithm for splice junction detection using RNA-seq and its application to honey bee transcriptomes. Nucleic Acid Research 41: e51. 46

49.Naeger, N.L., Van Nest, B.N., Johnson, J.N., Boyd, S.D., Rodriguez-Zas, S.L., Moore, D. and G.E. Robinson. 2011. Neurogenomic signatures of spatiotemporal memories in time-trained forager honey bees. Journal of Experimental Biology 217: 979-987. (3rd most outstanding paper published by JEB in 2011) 46

50.Ament, S.A., Velarde, R.A., Kolodkin, M., Moyse, D. and G.E. Robinson. 2011. Neuropeptide Y-like signaling and nutritionally-mediated gene expression and behavior in the honey bee. Insect Molecular Biology 20: 335-345. 47

51.Dobrin, S., Herlihy, J.D., Robinson, G.E. and S.E. Fahrbach. 2011. Muscarinic regulation of Kenyon cell dendritic arborizations in adult worker honey bees. Arthropod Structure & Development 40: 409-419. Special issue on insect mushroom bodies. 47

52.Woodard, S.H., Fischman, B.J., Venkat, A., Hudson, M.E., Varala, K., Cameron, S.A., Clark, A.G. and G.E. Robinson. 2011. Genes involved in convergent evolution of eusociality in bees. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 18: 7472-7477. (Reviewed by Faculty of 1000.) 47

53.Chandrasekaran, S., Ament, S.A., Eddy, J., Rodriguez-Zas, S., Schatz, B.R., Price, N.D. and G.E. Robinson. 2011. Behavior-specific changes in transcriptional modules lead to distinct and predictable neurogenomic states. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108: 18020-18025. (Reported in Science News) 47

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

55.Ament, S.A., Chan, Q.W., Wheeler, M.M., Nixon, S.E., Johnson, S.P., Rodriguez-Zas, S.L., Foster, L.J. and G.E. Robinson. 2011. Mechanisms of stable lipid loss in a social insect. Journal of Experimental Biology 214: 3808-3821. 47

56.Zayed, A., Naeger, N.L. and G.E. Robinson. 2011. Common and novel transcriptional routes to behavioral maturation in worker and male honey bees. Genes, Brains and Behavior 11: 253-61. 47

57.Toth, A.L., Varala, K., Henshaw, M., Rodriguez-Zas, S., Hudson, M. and G.E. Robinson. 2010. Brain transcriptomic analysis in paper wasps identifies genes associated with behaviour across social insect lineages. Proceedings of the Royal Society B epub. (reported in Science News, Science Daily, Biology News Net) 47

58.Kim, J., Cunningham, R., James, B., Wyder, S., Gibson, J.D., Niehuis, Ol, Zbobnov, E.M., Robertson, H.M., Robinson, G.E., Werren, J.H. and S. Sinha. 2010. Functional characterization of transcription factor motifs using cross-species comparison across large evolutionary distances. PLoS Computational Biology 6: e1000652. 47

59.Sen Sarma, M., Rodriguez-Zas, S.L., Gernat, T., Nguyen, T., Newman, T. and G.E. Robinson. 2010. Distance responsive genes found in dancing bees. Genes, Brain and Behavior 9: 825-30. 47

60.Toth, A.L., Bilof, K.J., Henshaw, M.T., Hunt, J.H. and G.E. Robinson. 2009. Lipid stores, ovary development, and brain gene expression in Polistes females. Insectes Sociaux 56: 77-84. 47

61.Alaux, C., LeConte, Y., Adams, H.A., Rodriguez-Zas, S., Sinha, S. and G.E. Robinson. 2009. Regulation of brain gene expression in honey bees by brood pheromone. Gene, Brain and Behavior 8: 309-310. 47

62.Brockmann, A., Annangudi, S.P., Richmond, T.A., Ament, S.A., Xie, F., Southey, B.R., Rodriguez-Zas, S.R., Robinson, G.E. and J.V. Sweedler. 2009. Brain peptide signatures of behavior with quantitative peptidomics. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106: 2383-2388. 47

63.Alaux, C., Sinha, S., Hasadsri, L., Hunt, G.J., Guzmán-Novoa, E., DeGrandi-Hoffman, G., Uribe-Rubio, J.L., Rodriguez-Zas, S. and G.E. Robinson. 2009. Honey bee aggression supports a link between gene regulation and behavioral evolution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106: 15400-15405. (reported in GenomeWeb News, NSF Breaking News, UPI, Science Daily) 47

64.Alaux, C., Duong, N., Schneider, S.S., Southey, B.R., Rodriguez-Zas, S. and G.E. Robinson. 2009. Modulatory communication signal performance is associated with a distinct neurogenomic state in honey bees. PLoS One 4: e6694. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0006694. 47

65.Kantorovitz, M.R., Kazemian, M., Kinston, S., Miranda-Saavedra, D., Zhu, Q., Robinson, G.E., Gens, B., Halfon, M.S. and S. Sinha, 2009. Motif-blind, genome-wide discovery of cis-regulatory modules in Drosophila and mouse. Developmental Cell 17: 568-579. 47

66.Sen Sarma, M., Rodriguez-Zas, S., Hong, F., Zhong, S. and G.E. Robinson. 2009. Transcriptomic profiling of central nervous system regions in three species of honey bees during dance communication behavior. PLoS ONE 4: e6408. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0006408. 47

67.Johnson, R., Evans., J.D., Robinson, G.E. and M.R. Berenbaum. 2009. Genomic analysis of transcript abundance relating to Colony Collapse Disorder in honey bees (Apis mellifera). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106: 14790-95. (reported in Time, Scientist, BBC, MSNBC, New Scientist, Times of London, St. Louis Dispatch, Miller-McCune.com, Featured New Hot Paper, Thomson Reuters ScienceWatch®) 48

68.Trumbo, S.T. and G.E. Robinson. 2008. Social and nonsocial stimuli and juvenile hormone titer in a male burying beetle, Nicrophorus orbicollis. Journal of Insect Physiology 54: 630-635. 48

69.Navajas, M., Migeon, A., Alaux, C., Cros-Artiel, S., Martin-Magniette, M.L., Robinson, G.E., Evans, J.D., Crauser, D. and Y. LeConte. 2008. Differential gene expression in the honey bee Apis mellifera associated with Varroa destructor infection. BMC Genomics 9: 301. (reported on GenomeWeb Daily News) 48

70.Ament, S.A., Corona, M., Pollack, H.S. and G.E. Robinson. 2008. Insulin signaling is involved in the regulation of worker division of labor in honey bee colonies. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105: 4226-4231. 48

71.Ismail, N., Christine, S., Robinson, G.E. and S.E. Fahrbach. 2008. Pilocarpine improves recognition of nestmates in young honey bees. Neuroscience Letters 439: 178-81. 48

72.Adams, H.A., Southey, B.R., Robinson, G.E. and S.L. Rodriguez-Zas. 2008. Meta-analysis of genomewide expression patterns associated with behavioral maturation in honey bees. BMC Genomics 9: 503 (24 Oct 2008) http: //www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2164/9/503. 48

73.Velarde, R.A., Robinson, G.E. and S.E. Fahrbach. 2008. Coordinated responses to developmental hormones in the Kenyon cells of the adult worker honey bee brain (Apis mellifera L.). Journal of Insect Physiology 55: 59-69. 48

74.Barron, A.B., Maleszka, R., Helliwell, P.G. and G.E. Robinson. 2008. Effects of cocaine on honey bee dance behaviour. Journal of Experimental Biology 212: 163-168. (reported on Quirks & Quarks, CBC, and in the New York Times, Washington Post, London Times, Discover Magazine, Reuters, China Daily, FOX News, Los Angeles Times, Science Daily, Times of India, Denver Post, UPI, Sun, Alberta Gazette,Colbert Report, Science, Editors' Choice) 48

75.Grozinger, C.M. and G.E. Robinson. 2007. Endocrine modulation of a pheromone responsive gene in the honey bee brain. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 193: 461-470. 48

76.Brockmann, A. and G.E. Robinson. 2007. Central projections of sensory systems involved in honey bee dance language communication. Brain Behavior and Evolution 70: 125-136. 48

77.Remolina, S.C., Hefez, D., Robinson, G.E. and K.A. Hughes. 2007. Senescence in the worker honey bees, Apis mellifera. Journal of Insect Physiology 53: 1027-1033. 48

78.Barron, A.B., Maleszka, J., Vander Meer, R.K., Robinson, G.E. and R. Maleszka. 2007. Comparing injection, feeding and topical application methods for treatment of honeybees with octopamine. Journal of Insect Physiology 53: 187-194. 48

79.Barron, A.B., Maleszka, R., Vander Meer, R. and G.E. Robinson. 2007. Octopamine modulates honey bee dance behavior. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104: 1703-1707. (reported in Chemistry World, COSMOS, National Public Radio, Science & Spirit) 48

80.Corona, M., Remolina, S., Lauter, A., Wang,Y., Hughes, K.A. and G.E. Robinson. 2007. Vitellogenin, juvenile hormone, insulin signaling and queen honey bee longevity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104: 7128–7133. (reported in United Press International, New York Times) 48

81.Sen Sarma, M., Whitfield, C.W. and G.E. Robinson. 2007. Species differences in brain gene expression profiles in honey bees. BMC Genomics 8: 202. 48

82.Alaux, C. and G.E. Robinson. 2007. Releaser pheromone provokes immediate-early gene and slow behavioural response. Journal of Chemical Ecology 33: 1346-1350. 48

83.Kantorovitz, R., Robinson, G.E. and S. Sinha. 2007. A statistical method for alignment-free comparison of regulatory sequences. Proceedings of Fifteenth Intl. Conf. on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology (ISMB). In press, Bioinformatics 23: i249-i255. Special issue. 48

84.Shi, L., Lin, S., Grinberg, Y., Beck, Y., Grozinger C.M., Robinson, G.E., and Lee, T. 2007. Roles of Drosophila Kruppel-homolog 1 in neuronal morphogenesis. Developmental Neurobiology 67: 1614-1626. 49

85.Li,Y., Zhang, Z., Robinson, G.E. and S.R. Palli. 2007. Identification and characterization of a juvenile hormone response element and its binding proteins. Journal of Biological Chemistry 282: 37605-37617. 49

86.Barron, A.B. and G.E. Robinson. 2007. The utility of behavioral models and modules in molecular analyses of social behavior. Genes, Brain and Behavior 7: 257-265. 49

87.Toth, A.L., Varala, K., Newman, T.C., Miguez, F.E., Hitchison, S.K., Willoughby, D.A., Simons, J.F., Egholm, M., Hunt, J.H., Hudson, M.E. and G.E. Robinson. 2007. Wasp brain gene expression supports an evolutionary link between maternal behavior and eusociality. Science 318: 441-444. (Reviewed by Faculty of 1000.) 49

88.Bloch, G., Shemesh, Y. and G.E. Robinson. 2006. Seasonal and task-related variation in free running activity rhythms in honey bees. Insect Sociaux 53: 115-118. 49

89.Lehman, H.K., Schulz, D.J., Barron A.B., Wraight, C.L., Hardison, C., Whitney, S., Takeuchi, H. and G.E. Robinson. 2006. Behavioral division of labor in the honey bee (Apis mellifera): the role of tyramine beta-hydroxylase. Journal of Experimental Biology 209: 2774-2784. 49

90.Honey Bee Genome Sequencing Consortium. 2006. Insights into social insects from the genome of the honeybee Apis mellifera. Nature 443: 931-949. (reported in Science, Science News, NPR Morning Edition, Seed, BBC, The Scientist, Reuters (UK), Yahoo.com, LA Times, ABC News, ABC Science Online (Australia), BBC News (England), Houston Chronicle, Independent Online (South Africa), Innovations Report (Germany), MSNBC, New Scientist (England), Reuters India, Boston Globe, The Independent (London), Times of Oman, United Press International, New York Times, Washington Post, Time, Science Times, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Baltimore Sun, Time Magazine, San Francisco Chronicle; Top 10 Nature paper, Jan. 2007; Emerging Front paper, Thomson Reuters Science) 49

91.Sinha, S., Ling, X., Whitfield, C.W., Zhai, C. and G.E. Robinson. 2006. Genome scan for transcription factor binding sites associated with social behavior in honey bees. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103: 16352-16357. (reported in Science, physorg.com, LA Times, Forbes, Vancouver Sun) 49

92.Kunieda, T., Fujiyuki, T., Kucharski, R., Foret, S., Ament, S.A., Toth, A.L., Ohashi, K., Takeuchi, H., Kamikouchi, A., Kage, E., Morioka, M., Beye, M., Kubo, T., Robinson, G.E. and R. Maleszka. 2006. Changes in carbohydrate metabolism genes and pathways in insects: insights from the honey bee genome. Insect Molecular Biology 15: 563-76. Honey bee genome special issue. 49

93.Corona, M. and G.E. Robinson. 2006. Antioxidant genes in the honey bee genome. Insect Molecular Biology 15: 687-701. Honey bee genome special issue. 49

94.Velarde, R., Robinson, G.E. and S.E. Fahrbach. 2006. Nuclear receptors of the honey bee. Insect Molecular Biology 15: 583-595. Honey bee genome special issue. 49

95.Rodriguez-Zas, S.L., Southey, B.R., Whitfield, C.W. and G.E. Robinson. 2006. Semiparametric approach to characterize unique gene expression trajectories across time. BMC Genomics 7: 233. http: //www.biomedcentral.com/content/pdf/1471-2164-7-233.pdf 49

96.Hummon, A.B., Richmond, T.A., Verleyen, P., Baggerman, G., Huybrechts, J., Ewing, M.A., Vierstraete, E., Rodriguez-Zas, S.L., Schoofs, L., Robinson, G.E. and J.V. Sweedler. 2006. From the genome to the proteome: uncovering peptides in the Apis brain. Science 314: 647-649. 49

97.Wang, Y., Maleszka, R., Mizzen, C.A., Robertson, H.M., Jones, P.L., Peinado, M.A. and G.E. Robinson. 2006. Functional methylation system in a social insect. Science 314: 645-647. 49

98.Whitfield, C.W., Ben-Shahar, Y., Brillet, C., Leoncini, I., Crauser, D., LeConte, Y., Rodriguez-Zas, S. and G.E. Robinson. 2006. Genomic dissection of behavioral maturation in the honey bee. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103: 16068-16075. 49

99.Ismail, N., Robinson, G.E. and S.E. Fahrbach. 2005. Stimulation of muscarinic receptors mimics experience-dependent plasticity in the honey bee brain. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103: 207-211. (Science STKE Editor’s Choice) 49

100.Barron, A.B., Zhu, H., Robinson, G.E. and M. Srinivasan. 2005. Influence of flight time and flight environment on distance communication by dancing honey bees. Insectes Sociaux 52: 402-407. 50

101.Aldunate, R.G., Feniosky, P.-M. and G.E. Robinson. 2005. Collaborative distributed decision making for large scale disaster relief operations: Drawing analogies from robust natural systems. Complexity 11: 28-38. 50

102.Toth, A.L. and G.E. Robinson. 2005. Worker nutrition and division of labor in honey bee colonies. Animal Behavior 69: 427-435. 50

103.Barron, A.B. and G.E. Robinson. 2005. Neurochemical organisation of division of labour in honey bee colonies (Apis mellifera). Journal of Comparative Physiology A 191: 659-668. 50

104.Cash, A.C., Whitfield, C.W., Ismail, N. and G.E. Robinson. 2005. Genomic plasticity in behavior, power and replicability in microarray analysis. Genes, Brain and Behavior 4: 267-271. 50

105.Corona, M., Hughes, K.A., Weaver, D.B. and G.E. Robinson. 2005. Gene expression patterns associated with queen honey bee longevity. Mechanisms of Aging and Development 126: 1230-8. 50

106.Toth, A.L., Kantarovich, S., Meisel, A.F. and G.E. Robinson. 2005. Individual nutritional status influences socially regulated foraging ontogeny in honey bees. Journal of Experimental Biology 208: 4641-4649. 50

107.Trumbo, S.T. and G.E. Robinson. 2004. Nutrition, hormones and life history trade-offs in burying beetles. Journal of Insect Physiology 50: 383-393. 50

108.Leoncini, I., Crauser, D., Robinson, G.E. and Y. Le Conte. 2004. Worker-worker inhibition of honey bee behavioural development independent of queen and brood. Insectes Sociaux 51: 392-394. 50

109.Ben-Shahar, Y., Dudek, N. and G.E. Robinson. 2004. Phenotypic deconstruction reveals involvement of manganese transporter malvolio in honey bee division of labor. Journal of Experimental Biology 207: 3281-8. Cover story. 50

110.Schulz, D.J., Pankiw, T., Fondrk, M.K., Robinson, G.E. and R.E. Page. 2004. Comparisons of juvenile hormone hemolymph and octopamine brain levels in honey bees (Apis mellifera) from high- and low-pollen hoarding strains. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 97: 1313-1319. 50

111.Bloch, G., Rubinstein, C.D. and G. E. Robinson. 2004. Period expression in the honey bee brain is developmentally regulated and not affected by light, flight experience, or colony type. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 34: 879-891. 50

112.Leoncini, I., Le Conte, Y., Costagliola, G., Plettner, E., Toth, A.L., Wang, M., Huang, Z., Bécard, J.-M., Crauser, D., Slessor, K.N. and G E. Robinson. 2004. Regulation of behavioral maturation by a primer pheromone produced by adult worker honey bees. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101: 17559-17564. Cover story. (reported in Science, Science News; Journal of Chemical Education) 50

113.Ben-Shahar, Y., Leung, H.-T., Pak, W.L., Sokolowski, M.B. and G.E. Robinson. 2003. cGMP-dependent changes in phototaxis: a possible role for the foraging gene in honey bee division of labor. Journal of Experimental Biology 206: 2507-2515. 50

114.Sullivan, J.P., Fahrbach, S.E., Harrison, J.F., Capaldi, E.A., Fewell, J.H. and G.E. Robinson. 2003. Juvenile hormone and division of labor in honey bee colonies: Effects of allatectomy on flight behavior and metabolism. Journal of Experimental Biology 206: 2287-96. 50

115.Bloch, G., Solomon, S.M., Robinson, G.E. and S.E. Fahrbach. 2003. Identification of neurons with potential importance for socially-mediated chronobiological plasticity in the honey bee: immunostaining with antibodies against the PERIOD protein and pigment-dispersing hormone. Journal of Comparative Neurology 464: 269-84. 50

116.Fahrbach, S.E., Farris, S.M., Sullivan, J.P. and G.E. Robinson. 2003. Limits on volume changes in mushroom bodies of the honey bee brain. Journal of Neurobiology 57: 141-51. 50

117.Whitfield, C.W., Cziko, A.-M. and G.E. Robinson. 2003. Gene expression patterns in the brain predict behavior in individual honey bees. Science 302: 296-299 (reported in Reuters, CNN.com, St. Louis Dispatch, Wall Street Journal, Belgium De Standaard; included in Perspectives of Animal Behavior 3rd ed., Goodenough et al.; Animal Behavior, Alcock) 50

118.Grozinger, C.M., Sharabash, N., Whitfield, C.W. and G.E. Robinson. 2003. Pheromone-mediated gene expression in the honey bee brain. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Suppl. 2: 14519-25. 50

119.Brillet, Ch., Robinson, G.E., Bues, R. and Y. Le Conte. 2002. Racial differences in division of labor in colonies of the honey bee, Apis mellifera. Ethology 108: 115-126. 51

120.Whitfield, C.W., Band, M., Bonaldo, M.F., Kumar, C.G., Liu, L., Pardinas, J.R., Robertson, H.M., Soares, M.B. and G.E. Robinson. 2002. Annotated expressed sequence tags and cDNA microarrays for studies of brain and behavior in the honey bee. Genome Research 12: 555-566. Cover story. 51

121.Ben-Shahar, Y., Robichon, A., Sokolowski, M.B. and G.E. Robinson. 2002. Influence of gene action across different time scales on behavior. Science 296: 741-744. (reported in NY Times, Washington Post, German Public Radio, South African Public Radio, Genome News Network; included in Perspectives of Animal Behavior 3rd ed., Goodenough et al.; Animal Behavior, Alcock) 51

122.Schulz, D.J., Sullivan, J.P. and G.E. Robinson. 2002. Juvenile hormone and octopamine in the regulation of division of labor in honey bee colonies. Hormones and Behavior 42: 222-231. 51

123.Schulz, D.J., Elekonich, M.M. and G.E. Robinson. 2002. Biogenic amines in the antennal lobes and the initiation and maintenance of foraging behavior in honey bees. Journal of Neurobiology 54: 406-416. 51

124.Barron, A.B., Schulz, D.J. and G.E. Robinson. 2002. Octopamine modulates responsiveness to foraging-related stimuli in honey bees (Apis mellifera). Journal of Comparative Physiology A 188: 603-610. 51

125.Bloch, G., Sullivan, J.P. and G.E. Robinson. 2002. Juvenile hormone and circadian locomotor activity in the honey bee Apis mellifera. Journal of Insect Physiology 48: 1123-1133. 51

126.Elekonich, M.M., Jez, K., Ross, A.J. and G.E. Robinson. 2002. Larval juvenile hormone treatment affects pre-adult development but not adult age at onset of foraging in worker honey bees (Apis mellifera). Journal of Insect Physiology 49: 359-366. 51

127.LeConte, Y., Aresk, M. and G.E. Robinson. 2001. Primer effects of a brood pheromone on honey bee behavioral development. Proceedings of the Royal Society 268: 163-168. 51

128.Shapira, M., Thompson, C.K., Soreq, H. and G.E. Robinson. 2001. Decreased neuronal acetylcholinesterase gene expression is associated with honeybee division of labour. Journal of Molecular Neuroscience 17: 1-12. 51

129.Schulz, D.J. and G.E. Robinson. 2001. Octopamine influences division of labor in honey bee colonies. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 187: 53-61. 51

130.Bloch, G. and G.E. Robinson. 2001. Socially mediated plasticity in honeybee behavioural rhythms. Nature 410: 1048. (reported in Science Times, Business News, Dana.org) 51

131.Katzav-Gozansky, T., Soroker, V., Ionescu, A., Robinson, G.E. and A. Hefetz. 2001. Task-related chemical analysis of labial gland volatile secretion in worker honeybees. Journal of Chemical Ecology 27: 919-926. 51

132.Bloch, G., Toma, D.P. and G.E. Robinson. 2001. Behavioral rhythmicity, age, division of labor, and period expression in the honey bee brain. Journal of Biological Rhythms 16: 444-457. 51

133.Farris, S.M., Robinson, G.E. and S.E. Fahrbach. 2001. Experience- and age-related outgrowth of intrinsic neurons in the mushroom bodies of the adult worker honey bee. Journal of Neuroscience 21: 6395-6404. 51

134.Ben-Shahar, Y. and G.E. Robinson. 2001. Satiation differentially affects the performance of nurse and forager honey bees on an associative learning test. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 187: 891-899. 51

135.Elekonich, M.M., Schulz, D.J., Bloch, G. and G.E. Robinson. 2001. Juvenile hormone in forager honey bees: effects of experience and diurnal variation. Journal of Insect Physiology 47: 1119-1125. 51

136.Beshers, S.N., Huang, Z.-Y., Oono, Y. and G.E. Robinson. 2001. Social inhibition and the regulation of temporal polyethism in honey bees. Journal of Theoretical Biology 213: 461-479. 51

137.Schulz, D.J., Vermiglio, M.J., Huang, Z.-Y. and G.E. Robinson. 2001. Effects of colony food shortage on social interactions in honey bee colonies. Insectes Sociaux 49: 50-55. 51

138.Bloch, G., Cnaani, J., Huang, Z.-Y., Robinson, G.E. and A. Hefetz. 2000. Juvenile hormone titers, juvenile hormone biosynthesis, ovarian development and social environment in Bombus terrestris. Journal of Insect Physiology 46: 47-57. 51

139.Giray, T., Guzman-Novoa, E., Huang, Z.-Y. and G.E. Robinson. 2000. Physiological correlates of genotypic variation in rate of honey bee behavioral development. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 47: 17-28. 52

140.Capaldi, E.A., Smith, A.D., Osborne, J.L., Fahrbach, S.E., Farris, S.M., Reynolds, D.R., Edwards, A.S., Martin, A., Robinson, G.E., Popp, G.M. and J.R. Riley. 2000 Harmonic radar reveals ontogeny of orientation flight in the honeybee. Nature 403: 537-540. (reported in New York Times, Washington Post, Discovery.com, Science News, Dagens Nyheter, Science NOW website, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Discovery Channel, National Public Radio, CBC, London Daily Mail, Nature News and Views) 52

141.Giray, T., Guzman-Novoa, E., Aron, C., Zelinksy, B., Fahrbach, S.E. and G.E. Robinson. 2000. Genetic variation in temporal polyethism and colony defensiveness in the honey bee, Apis mellifera. Behavioral Ecology 11: 44-55. 52

142.Jassim, O., Huang, Z.-Y. and G.E. Robinson. 2000. Juvenile hormone profiles of worker honey bees during normal and accelerated behavioural development. Journal of Insect Physiology 46: 243-249. 52

143.Sullivan, J.P., Jassim, O., Fahrbach, S.E. and G.E. Robinson. 2000. Juvenile hormone paces behavioral development in the adult worker honey bee. Hormones and Behavior 37: 1-14. 52

144.Toma, D.P., Bloch, G., Moore, D. and G.E. Robinson. 2000. Changes in period expression in the brain and division of labor in honey bee colonies. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97: 6914-6919. 52

145.Bloch, G., Simon, T., Robinson, G.E. and A. Hefetz. 2000. Brain biogenic amines and reproductive dominance in bumble bees (Bombus terrestris). Journal of Comparative Physiology A 186: 261-268. 52

146.Cnaani, J., Robinson, G.E., Bloch, G., Borst, D.W. and A. Hefetz. 2000. The effect of queen-worker conflict on caste determination in the bumble bee Bombus terrestris. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 47: 346-352. 52

147.Ben-Shahar, Y., Thompson, C.K., Hartz, S.M., Smith, B.H. and G.E. Robinson. 2000. Differences in performance on a reversal learning test and division of labor in honey bee colonies. Animal Cognition 3: 119-125. 52

148.Cnaani, J., Robinson, G.E. and A. Hefetz. 2000. The critical period for caste determination in Bombus terrestris and its endocrine correlates. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 186: 1089-1094. 52

149.Wagener-Hulme, C., Schulz, D.J., Kuehn, J.C. and G.E. Robinson. 1999. Biogenic amines and division of labor in honey bee colonies. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 184: 471-479. 52

150.Schulz, D.J. and G.E. Robinson. 1999. Biogenic amines and division of labor in honey bees: age-related changes in the mushroom bodies and behaviorally related changes in the antennal lobes. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 184: 481-488. 52

151.Robinson, G.E., Heuser, L.M., LeConte, Y., Lenquette, F. and R.M. Hollingworth. 1999. Neurochemicals improve bee nestmate recognition. Nature 399: 534-535. 52

152.Farris, S.M., Robinson, G.E., Davis, R.L. and S.E. Fahrbach. 1999. Larval and pupal development of the mushroom bodies in the honey bee, Apis mellifera. Journal of Comparative Neurology 414: 97-113. 52

153.Schulz, D.J., Huang, Z.-Y. and G.E. Robinson. 1998. Effects of colony food shortage on behavioral development in honey bees. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 42: 295-303. 52

154.Huang, Z.-Y., Plettner, E. and G.E. Robinson. 1998. Effects of social environment and worker mandibular glands on endocrine-mediated behavioral development in honey bees. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 183: 143-152. 52

155.Moore, D., Cheeseman, I.M., Angel, J.E., Fahrbach, S.E. and G.E. Robinson. 1998. Timekeeping in the honey bee colony: Integration of circadian rhythms and division of labor. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 43: 147-160. 52

156.Frankel, S., Robinson, G.E. and M.R. Berenbaum. 1998. Antioxidant content and correlated characteristics of 14 unifloral honeys. Journal of Apicultural Research Journal of Apicultural Research 37: 27-31. (reported in Lancet, Science News, cover story) 52

157.Pankiw, T., Huang, Z.-Y., Robinson, G.E. and M.L. Winston. 1998. Queen mandibular pheromone influences worker honey bee (Apis mellifera) foraging ontogeny and juvenile hormone titers. Journal of Insect Physiology 44: 685-692. 52

158.Fahrbach, S.E., Moore, D., Capaldi, E.A., Farris, S.M. and G.E. Robinson. 1998. Experience-expectant plasticity in the mushroom bodies of the honey bee. Learning and Memory 5: 115-123. Special issue on the mushroom bodies. 53

159.Camazine, S., Crailsheim, K., Hrassnigg, N., Robinson, G.E., Leonhard, B. and H. Kropiunigg. 1998. Protein trophallaxis and the regulation of pollen foraging by honey bees (Apis mellifera L.). Apidologie 29: 113-127. 53

160.Collins, S.A., Conner, J.K. and G.E. Robinson. 1997. Foraging behavior of honey bees, Apis mellifera L. (Hymenoptera: Apidae), on Brassica nigra and B. rapa grown under simulated ambient and enhanced UV-B radiation. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 90: 102-107. 53

161.Cnaani, J., Borst, D.W., Huang, Z.-Y., Robinson, G.E. and A. Hefetz. 1997. Caste determination in Bombus terrestris: differences in larval development and rates of JH biosynthesis. Journal Insect Physiology 43: 373-381. 53

162.Trumbo, S.T., Huang, Z.-Y. and G.E. Robinson. 1997. Division of labor between undertaker specialists and other middle age workers in honey bee colonies. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 41: 151-163. (reported in New Scientist, Dallas Morning Times, AAAS ScienceNow) 53

163.Trumbo, S.T. and G. E. Robinson. 1997. Learning and task interference by corpse-removal specialists in honey bee colonies. Ethology 103: 966-975. 53

164.Fahrbach, S.E., Giray, T., Farris, S.M. and G.E. Robinson. 1997. Expansion of the neuropil of the mushroom bodies in male honey bees is coincident with initiation of flight. Neuroscience Letters 236: 135-138. 53

165.Huang, Z.-Y. and G.E. Robinson. 1996. Regulation of division of labor in honey bees via colony age demography. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 39: 147-158. 53

166.Giray, T. and G.E. Robinson. 1996. Common endocrine and genetic regulation of behavioral development in drone and worker honey bees and the evolution of division of labor. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 93: 11718-11722. 53

167.Bloch, G., Borst, D.W., Huang, Z.-Y., Robinson, G.E. and A. Hefetz. 1996. Effects of social conditions on juvenile hormone mediated reproductive development in Bombus terrestris workers. Physiological Entomology 21: 257-267. 53

168.Withers, G.S., Fahrbach, S.E. and G.E. Robinson. 1995. Effects of experience on the organization of the mushroom bodies of the honey bee brain. Journal of Neurobiology 26: 130-144. 53

169.Robinson, G.E. and R.E. Page. 1995. Genotypic constraints on plasticity for corpse removal in honey bee colonies. Animal Behaviour 49: 867-876. 53

170.Fahrbach, S.E., Giray, T. and G.E. Robinson. 1995. Volume changes in the mushroom bodies of adult honey bee queens. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 63: 181-191. Cover story. 53

171.Visscher, P.K., Vetter, R.S. and G.E. Robinson. 1995. Alarm pheromone perception in honey bees is decreased by smoke. Journal of Insect Behavior 8: 11-18. 53

172.Trumbo, S.T., Borst, D.W. and G.E. Robinson. 1995. Rapid elevation of juvenile hormone titre during behavioural assessment of the breeding resource by the burying beetle, Nicrophorus orbicollis. Journal of Insect Physiology 41: 535-543. 53

173.Huang, Z.-Y. and G.E. Robinson. 1995. Seasonal changes in juvenile hormone levels in honey bees. Journal of Comparative Physiology B 165: 18-28. 53

174.Page, R.E., Robinson, G.E. and M.K. Fondrk. 1995. Effects of worker genotypic diversity on the development and behavior of honey bee colonies (Apis mellifera L.). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 36: 387-396. 53

175.Fahrbach, S.E., Strande, J.L. and G.E. Robinson. 1995. Neurogenesis is absent in the brains of adult honey bees and does not explain behavioral neuroplasticity. Neuroscience Letters 197: 145-148. 53

176.Moore, D., Angel, J.E., Cheeseman, I.M., Robinson, G.E. and S.E. Fahrbach. 1995. A highly specialized social grooming honey bee. Journal of Insect Behavior 8: 855-861. 53

177.Robinson, G.E., Page, R.E. and N. Arensen. 1994. Genotypic differences in brood rearing in honey bee colonies: context-specific? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 34: 125-138. 53

178.Robinson, G.E., Page, R.E. and Z.-Y. Huang. 1994. Temporal polyethism in social insects is a developmental process. Animal Behaviour 48: 467-469. 53

179.Huang, Z.-Y., Robinson, G.E. and D.W. Borst. 1994. Physiological correlates of division of labor among similarly aged honey bees. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 174: 731-739. 54

180.Giray, T. and G.E. Robinson. 1994. Effects of intracolony variability in behavioral development on plasticity of division of labor in honey bee colonies. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 35: 13-20. 54

181.Page, R.E. and G.E. Robinson. 1994. Reproductive competition in queenless honey bee colonies. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 35: 99-107. 54

182.Plettner, E., Slessor, K.N., Winston, M.L., Robinson, G.E. and R.E. Page. 1993. Mandibular gland components and ovarian development as measures of caste differentiation in the honey bee (Apis mellifera L.). Journal of Insect Physiology 39: 235-240. 54

183.Withers, G.S., Fahrbach, S.E. and G.E. Robinson. 1993. Selective neuroanatomical plasticity and division of labour in the honey bee (Apis mellifera). Nature 364: 238-240. (reported in the Chicago Tribune) 54

184.Goodman, W.G., Huang, Z.-H., Robinson, G.E., Strambi, C. and A. Strambi. 1993. A comparison of two juvenile hormone radioimmunoassays. Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology 23: 147-152. 54

185.Robinson, G.E. and F.C. Dyer. 1993. Plasticity of spatial memory in honey bees: reorientation following colony fission. Animal Behaviour 46: 311-320. 54

186.Page, R.E., Fondrk, M.K. and G.E. Robinson. 1993. Selectable components of sex allocation in colonies of the honey bee (Apis mellifera). Behavioral Ecology 4: 239-245. 54

187.Page, R.E., Robinson, G.E., Britain, D.S. and M.K. Fondrk. 1992. Genotypic variability for rates of behavioural development in honey bees. Behavioral Ecology 3: 173-180. 54

188.Robinson, G.E., Strambi, C., Strambi, A. and M.F. Feldlaufer. 1992. Comparison of juvenile hormone and ecdysteroid haemolymph titres in adult honey bee workers and queens. Journal of Insect Physiology 37: 929-935. 54

189.Robinson, G.E., Page, R.E., Strambi, C. and A. Strambi. 1992. Colony integration in honey bees: mechanisms of behavioural reversion. Ethology 90: 336-350. 54

190.Taylor, D.J., Robinson, G.E., Logan, B.J., Laverty, R. and A.R. Mercer. 1992. Changes in brain amine levels associated with the morphological and behavioural development of the worker honey bee. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 170: 715-721. 54

191.Robinson, G.E., Strambi, C., Strambi, A. and Z.-Y. Huang. 1992. Reproduction in worker honey bees is associated with low juvenile hormone titers and rates of biosynthesis. General and Comparative Endocrinology 87: 471-480. 54

192.Huang, Z.-H. and G. E. Robinson. 1992. Colony behavioral integration in honey bees: worker-worker interactions mediate plasticity in hormonally regulated division of labor. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 89: 11726-11729. 54

193.Huang, Z.-H., Robinson, G.E., Tobe, S.S., Yagi, K.J., Strambi, C., Strambi, A. and B. Stay. 1991. Hormonal regulation of behavioural development in the honey bee is based on changes in the rate of juvenile hormone biosynthesis. Journal of Insect Physiology 37: 733-741. 54

194.Cameron, S.A. and G.E. Robinson. 1990. Juvenile hormone does not affect division of labor in bumble bee colonies (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 83: 626-631. 54

195.Robinson, G.E., Page, R.E. and M.K. Fondrk. 1990. Genotypic biases in worker reproduction and intracolonial variability for oviposition, oophagy, and larval care in queenless honey bee colonies. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 26: 315-323. 54

196.Page, R.E. and G.E. Robinson. 1990. Nepotism in the honey bee. (Reply to Oldroyd et al.) Nature 346: 707. 54

197.Breed, M.D., Robinson, G.E. and R.E. Page. 1990. Division of labor during honey bee colony defense. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 27: 395-401. (reported in the Chicago Tribune, Equinox, International Herald Tribune, Mundo 21, New York Times, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Volkskrant, The Netherlands) 54

198.Robinson, G.E. and R.E. Page. 1989. Genetic determination of nectar foraging, pollen foraging, and nest-site scouting in honey bee colonies. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 24: 317-323. 54

199.Robinson, G.E., Page, R.E., Strambi, C. and A. Strambi. 1989. Hormonal and genetic control of behavioral integration in honey bee colonies. Science 246: 109-112. (reported in Chicago Tribune, Voice of America) 55

200.Smirle, M.J. and G.E. Robinson. 1989. Behavioral status is correlated with detoxifying enzyme activity in worker honey bees. Journal of Insect Behavior 2: 285-289. 55

201.Page, R.E., Robinson, G.E. and M.K. Fondrk. 1989. Genetic specialists, kin recognition, and nepotism in honey-bee colonies. Nature 338: 576-579. Cover story. 55

202.Calderone, N.W., Robinson, G.E. and R.E. Page. 1989. Genetic structure and division of labour in the honey-bee society. Experientia 45: 765-767. 55

203.Robinson, G.E. and R.E. Page. 1988. Genetic determination of guarding and undertaking in honey-bee colonies. Nature 333: 356-358. Cover story. (reported in the Chronicle of Higher Education, Discover, Encyclopedia Britannica 1989 Book of the Year, London Times, New York Times, Science News) 55

204.Robinson, G.E. 1987. Regulation of honey bee age polyethism by juvenile hormone. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 20: 329-338. 55

205.Robinson, G.E. 1987. Alarm pheromone perception in the honey bee: evidence for division of labor based on hormonally modulated response thresholds. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 160: 613-619. 55

206.Robinson, G.E. and F.L.W. Ratnieks. 1987. Induction of premature honey bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) flight activity with juvenile hormone analogs administered orally or topically. Journal of Economic Entomology 80: 784-788. 55

207.Robinson, G.E., Strambi, A., Strambi, C., Paulino-Simões, Z.L., Tozeto, S.O. and J.M.N. Barbosa. 1987. Juvenile hormone titers in Africanized and European honey bees in Brazil. General and Comparative Endocrinology 66: 457-459. 55

208.Robinson, G.E. 1985. Effects of a juvenile hormone analogue on honey bee foraging behaviour and alarm pheromone production. Journal of Insect Physiology 31: 277-282. 55

209.Robinson, G.E. 1984. Worker and queen honey bee behavior during the balling of foreign queens. Insectes Sociaux 3: 254-263. 55

210.Robinson, G.E. and P.K. Visscher. 1984. Effect of low-temperature narcosis on honey bee foraging behavior. Florida Entomologist 67: 568-570. 55

211.Robinson, G.E., Underwood, B.A. and C.E. Henderson. 1984. A highly specialized water-collecting honey bee. Apidologie 15: 355-358. 55

212.Breed, M.D. and H.H.W. Velthuis. 1984. Do worker honey bees discriminate among larval phenotypes? Annals of the Entomological Society of America 77: 737-739 55

213.Young, R.G. and G.E. Robinson. 1983. Age and oxygen toxicity related fluorescence in the honey bee thorax. Experimental Gerontology 18: 471-475. 55

214.Robinson, G.E. 1981. Pseudohypocera kerteszi (Enderlein) (Diptera: Phoridae), a pest of the honey bee. Florida Entomologist 64: 456-457. 55

Invited Reviews and Perspectives 55

215.Mendenhall, R., Henderson, L., Scott, B., Butler, L., Kedir, N., Lashuna, T. Mallett, Wren, B., Bailey, R., Greenlee, A., Robinson, G.E., Roberts, B.W., Rodriguez-Zas, S., Brooks, J.E. and C. Lleras. Involving urban single low-income African American mothers in genomic research: giving voice to how place matters in health disparities and prevention strategies. Submitted. 55

216.Robinson, G.E. and A. Barron. 2017. Epigenetics and the evolution of instinct. Science 356: 26-27. (covered by CBC, The Scientist) 55

217.Robinson, G.E. 2015. Forward. Genomics, Physiology and Behavior of Social Insects. Advances in Insect Physiology 48: xi-xii. Special Issue. 55

218.Grozinger, C.M. and G.E. Robinson. 2015. The power and promise of applying genomics to honey bee health. Current Opinion in Insect Science 10: 124-132. 55

219.Rittschof, C.C., Grozinger, C.M. and G.E. Robinson. 2015. The energetic basis of behavior: what about the brain? Current Opinion in Behavior.  DOI: 10.1016/j.cobeha.2015.07.006 55

220.Robinson, G.E. 2015. Dissecting diversity in social behavior. Science 350: 1310-12. 55

221.Lutz, C.C., Grozinger, C.M. and G.E. Robinson. Combatting the global pollinator crisis with genomic biology. 2014. CSA News (magazine of the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America). “Feed the World in 2050” special issue. November-December issue. 55

222.Rittschof, C.C. and G.E. Robinson. 2014. Genomics: moving behavioural ecology beyond the phenotypic gambit. Animal Behaviour 92: 263-270. 56

223.Kueltz, D., Clayton, D.F., Robinson, G.E. et al. 2013. New frontiers for organismal biology. BioScience 63: 464-471. 56

224.I5K Consortium. 2013. The i5K Initiative: Advancing arthropod genomics for knowledge, human health, agriculture, and the environment. Journal of Heredity 104: 595-600. Cover story. 56

225.Robinson, G.E. 2013. Parasites School Us in Behavior: Afterword to The Strings of the Puppet Master: Mechanisms of Parasitic Manipulation of Behavior (Shelley Adamo), in Host Manipulation by Parasites. D.P. Hughes, J. Brodeur, F. Thomas, eds. Cambridge Press. Pp. 52-54. 56

226.Zayed, A. and G.E. Robinson. 2012. Understanding the relationship between genes and social behavior: Lessons from the honey bee. Annual Review of Genetics 46: 591-615. 56

227.Fischman, B.J., Woodard, S.H. and G. E. Robinson. 2011. Molecular evolutionary analyses of insect society. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (Supplement 2): 10847-10854. 56

228.Bell, A.M. and G.E. Robinson. 2011. Behavioral evolution and the dynamic genome. Science 332: 1161-1162. 56

229.Robinson, G.E. 2011. Royal aspirations. Nature 473: 454-455. 56

230.Robinson, G.E. 2010. Preface, Annual Review of Entomology, Volume 55. 56

231.Robinson, G.E. et al. 2010. Tools for 21st Century Biology. BioScience 60: 923-930. 56

232.Robinson, G.E. Division of labor in insect societies. 2009. In V. Resch, and R. Carde, eds. Encyclopedia of Insects. Academic Press, NY, 2nd edition. 56

233.Robinson, G.E., Fernald, R.F. and D.F. Clayton. 2008. Genes and social behavior. Science 322: 896-900. Cover story. Special issue on genetics of behavior. (reported in Newsweek) 56

234.Toth, A.L., Smith, C.R., Suarez, A. and G.E. Robinson. 2008. Genetic and genomic analyses of division of labour in the insect societies. Nature Reviews Genetics 8: 735-748. 56

235.Toth, A.L. and G.E. Robinson. 2007. Evo-Devo and the evolution of social behavior. Trends in Genetics 23: 334-341. Cover story. 56

236.Robinson, G.E., Evans, J.D., Maleskza, R., Robertson, H.M., Weaver, D.A. and G.W. Weinstock. 2006. Sweetness and light: illuminating the honey bee genome. Insect Molecular Biology 15: 535-539. 56

237.National Research Council of the National Academies. 2006. Status of Pollinators in North America. National Academies Press, Washington, D.C. (member of the Committee on the Status of Pollinators in North America, which authored the report on behalf of the National Research Council) 56

238.Fitzpatrick, M.J., Ben-Shahar, Y., Smid, H.M., Vet, L.E.M., Robinson, G.E. and M.B. Sokolowski. 2005. Candidate genes for behavioural ecology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 20: 96-104. #3 on the list of the “25 Hottest articles in TREE, Summer ‘05”. 56

239.Robinson, G.E., Grozinger, C.M. and C.W. Whitfield. 2005. Sociogenomics: Social life in molecular terms. Nature Reviews Genetics 6: 257-70. 56

240.Berenbaum, M.R. and G.E. Robinson. 2004. Chemical communication in a post-genomic world.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Suppl. 2: 14513. 56

241.Robinson, G.E. 2004. Beyond nature and nurture. Science 304: 397-399. 56

242.Robinson, G.E. Division of labor in insect societies. 2002. In V. Resch, and R. Carde, eds. Encyclopedia of Insects. Academic Press, NY. 56

243.Robinson, G.E. 2002. Genomics and integrative analyses of division of labor in honey bee colonies. American Naturalist 160: S160-S172. Special issue on behavior genetics. 56

244.Barron, A.B., Schulz, D.J. and G.E. Robinson. 2002. Octopamine and the control of division of labor in honey bee colonies. Special issue of Brain, Behavior and Evolution 60: 350-359. 56

245.Robinson, G.E. 2002. Sociogenomics takes flight. Science 297: 204-205. 56

246.Robinson, G.E. and Y. Ben-Shahar. 2002. Social behavior and comparative genomics: New genes or new gene regulation? Genes, Brain and Behavior 1: 197-203. 56

247.Kaufman, T.C., Severson, D.W. and G.E. Robinson. 2002. The Anopheles genome and comparative insect genomics. Science 298: 97-98. 57

248.Elekonich, M.M. and G.E. Robinson. 2000. Organizational and activational effects of hormones on insect behavior. Journal of Insect Physiology 46: 1509-1515. 57

249.Capaldi, E.A., Fahrbach, S.E. and G.E. Robinson. 1999. Neuroethology of spatial learning: the birds and the bees. Annual Review of Psychology 50: 651-682. 57

250.Robinson, G.E. 1999. Integrative animal behaviour and sociogenomics. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 14: 202-205. 57

251.Robinson, G.E. and Z.-Y. Huang. 1998. Colony integration in honey bees: genetic, endocrine and social control of division of labor. Apidologie 29: 159-171. Special issue on insect colony integration. 57

252.Robinson, G.E. 1998. From society to genes with the honey bee. American Scientist 86: 456-462. Reprinted in Exploring Animal Behavior: Readings from American Scientist, Sinauer Associates, 2001 and 2010. 57

253.Robinson, G.E. and E.L. Vargo. 1997. Juvenile hormone in the adult eusocial Hymenoptera: Gondadotropin and behavioral pacemaker. Archives in Insect Biochemistry and Physiology 35: 559-583. Special issue on juvenile hormone. 57

254.Robinson, G.E., Fahrbach, S.E. and M.L. Winston. 1997. Insect societies and the molecular biology of social behavior. BioEssays 19: 1099-1108. Special issue on genes, molecules, and behavior. 57

255.Fahrbach, S.E. and G.E. Robinson. 1996. Juvenile hormone, behavioral maturation, and brain structure in the honey bee. Special issue of Developmental Neurobiology 18: 102-115. 57

256.Robinson, G.E. 1996. Chemical communication in honey bees. Science 271: 1824-1825. 57

257.Fahrbach, S.E. and G.E. Robinson. 1995. Behavioral development in the honey bee: Toward the study of learning under natural conditions. Learning and Memory 2: 199-225. Cover story. 57

258.Robinson, G.E. 1992. The regulation of division of labor in insect societies. Annual Review of Entomology 37: 637-665. 57

259.Robinson, G.E. 1992. To bee young again. Natural History 101: (February) 40-41 (special issue on aging). 57

260.Page, R.E. and G.E. Robinson. 1991. The genetics of division of labour in honey bee colonies. Advances in Insect Physiology 23: 117-171. 57

Edited Journal Issues 57

261.Boyce, T., Sokolowski, M.B. and G.E. Robinson. 2012. Biological Embedding of Early Social Adversity: From Fruit Flies to Kindergartners. Sackler NAS Colloquium, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 57

262.Berenbaum, M.R. and G.E. Robinson. 2003. Chemical Communication in a Post-Genomic World. Sackler NAS Colloquium, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 57

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Book Chapters 57

263.Hamilton, A.R., Shpigler, H., Bloch, G., Wheeler, D.E. and G.E. Robinson. 2017. Endocrine influences on the organization of insect societies. In D. Pfaff and M. Joels, eds., Hormones, Brain, and Behavior. Academic Press, 3rd edition, pp. 421-451. 57

264.Robinson, G.E. In Social Behaviour: Genes, ecology and evolution. 2015 In T. Szekely, A. Moore and J. Komdeur, eds. Invited guest feature. 57

265.Rittschof, C.C. and G.E. Robinson. Behavioral genetic toolkits: Towards the evolutionary origin of complex phenotypes. 2016. In Virginie Orgogozo, ed., Current Topics in Developmental Biology 119, special issue on Genes and Phenotypic Evolution, Chapter 5. 57

266.Robinson, G.E. Honey bee sociogenomics. 2015. In J. Graham, ed. Hive and the Honey Bee. Dadant & Sons Press. 57

267.Barron, A.B., Brockmann, A., Sen-Sarma, M. and G.E. Robinson. 2012. Neurogenomic and neurochemical dissection of honey bee dance communication. In M. Giurfa, G. Galizia and D. Bruckner, eds., Honeybee neurobiology and behavior. Springer. 509 pp. 57

268.Ament, S.A., Wang, Y. and G.E. Robinson. 2010. Division of labor in honey bees: Towards a systems biology approach. In S. Subramanian ed. Systems Biology. Wiley and Sons. DOI: 10.1002/wsbm.73 58

269.Grozinger, C.M. and G.E. Robinson. Honey bee neurogenomics. 2010. In M.D. Breed, ed., H.H. Zakon eds., Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior. Neuroethology Section ed. Oxford Univ. Press. 58

270.Toth, A.L. and G.E. Robinson. 2010. Evo-Devo and the evolution of social behavior: brain gene expression analyses in social insects. Proceedings of the 74th Symposium on Quantitative Biology, Evolution: the Molecular Landscape. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. 58

271.Robinson, G.E. 2010. Genes and social behavior: From gene to genome to genomes. Personal Reflection. In T. Szekely, A.J. Moore, J. Komdeur, eds., Social Behaviour: Genes, Ecology and Evolution. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. 58

272.Bloch, G., Shpigler, H., Wheeler, D.L. and G.E. Robinson. 2009. Endocrine influences on the organization of insect societies. In D. Pfaff et al., eds., Hormones, Brain, and Behavior. Academic Press, 2nd edition, pp. 1027-1268. 58

273.Robinson, G.E. and A.B. Barron. 2009. From social behavior to molecules: Models and modules in the middle. In J. Gadau and J. Fewell, eds., Insect Sociology: From Genes to Society. Harvard University Press. 58

274.Le Conte, Y., Huang, Z. and G.E. Robinson. 2008. "Quorum sensing" in honeybees: Pheromone regulation of division of labor. In S.C. Winans and B.L. Bassler, eds., Chemical Communication among Bacteria. ASM Press, Washington DC. Chapter 30, 463-468. 58

275.Robinson, G.E. 2006. Genes and social behavior. Essays in Animal Behavior: Celebrating 50 years of Animal Behaviour. 58

276.Bloch, G., Wheeler, D.L. and G.E. Robinson. 2002. Endocrine influences on the organization of insect societies. In D. Pfaff et al., eds., Hormones, Brain, and Behavior. Academic Press, pp. 195-237. 58

277.Robinson, G.E. 2001. From society to genes with the honey bee. In P.W. Sherman and J. Alcock, eds., Exploring Animal Behavior: Readings from American Scientist, Sinauer Associates, pp. 60-67. Reprinted in 2010 and 2013. 58

278.Huang, Z.-Y. and G.E. Robinson. 1999. Social control of division of labor in honey bee colonies. In P. Denoubourg, ed. Information Processing in Social Insects. Birkhauser, Basel, Switzerland, pp. 165-187. 58

279.Beshers, S.L., Robinson G.E. and J. Mittenthal. 1999. The response threshold concept and division of labor. In Denoubourg, ed. Information Processing in Social Insects. Birkhauser, Basel, Switzerland, pp. 115-141. 58

280.Robinson, G.E. 1991. Hormonal and genetic control of honeybee division of labour. In L.J. Goodman and R.L. Fisher, eds., The Behaviour and Physiology of Bees. CAB International, London, pp. 14-28. 58

281.Robinson, G.E. and R.E. Page. 1989. The genetic basis of division of labor in an insect society. In M.D. Breed and R.E. Page, eds., The Genetics of Social Evolution. Westview Press, Boulder, CO. pp. 61-80. 58

282.Page, R.E., Robinson, G.E., Calderone, N.W. and W.C. Rothenbuhler. 1989. Genetic structure, division of labor, and the evolution of insect societies. In M.D. Breed and R.E. Page, eds., The Genetics of Social Evolution. Westview Press, Boulder, CO. pp. 15-29. 58

283.Robinson, G.E. 1987. Hormonal regulation of age polyethism in the honey bee, Apis mellifera. In R. Menzel and A. Mercer, eds., Neurobiology and Behaviour in Honeybees. Springer-Verlag, Berlin. pp. 266-280. 58

Book Reviews 58

284.Robinson, G.E. 1998. Pheromone communication in the social insects. BioScience 15: 289. 58

285.Robinson, G.E. 1997. The Wisdom of the Hive, T.D. Seeley. American Scientist 85: 386-387. 58

286.Robinson, G.E. 1995. Behavioral Mechanisms in Evolutionary Ecology, L.A. Real, ed. Nature 373: 669-670. 58

287.Robinson, G.E. 1993. Bees as Superorganisms, R.F.A. Moritz and E.E. Southwick. Nature 362: 124.ddd 58

288.Robinson, G.E. 1991. Ecology and Natural History of Tropical Bees, D.W. Roubik. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 84: 213. 59

Popular Articles 59

289.Robinson, G.E. Brains work via their genes just as much as their neurons. 2015. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/brains-work-via-their-genes-just-as-much-as-their-neurons-47522 59

290.Robinson, G.E. Honey bee genome. 2008. McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science & Technology. 59

291.Robinson, G.E. 2007. Unanswered Questions: Animal Behavior. In P.J. Russell, S.L. Wolfe, P.E. Hertz, eds., Biology the Dynamic Science. First Edition. Cengage Learning (formerly Thomson Learning). 59

292.Robinson, G.E. and D.B. Weaver. 2006. The honey bee genome project: a model of cooperation between academia, government and industry. American Bee Journal 146: 870-872. 59

293.Robinson, G.E. 2004. The behavior of genes. New York Times Op-Ed, 13 December. 59

294.Robinson, G.E. 2000. Bees and genes. Bee Culture 128: 20-24. 59

295.Robinson, G.E. 1995. Hormonal and genetic regulation of division of labor in honey bee colonies: you’re only as old as you feel! American Bee Journal 135: 169-170. 59

296.Robinson, G.E. 1994. Honey bees: unlocking the secrets of colonial rule. IL Research Fall/Winter: 6-9. 59

297.Robinson, G.E. Nepotism. 1990. In R.A. Morse, ed., ABC and XYZ of Bee Culture. A.I. Root, Medina, Ohio. 59

298.Robinson, G.E. Juvenile Hormone. 1990. In R.A. Morse, ed., ABC and XYZ of Bee Culture. A.I. Root, Medina, Ohio. 59

299.Robinson, G.E. 1985. The dance language of the honey bee: the controversy and its resolution. Cornell Plantations Quarterly 41: 66-75. Reprinted in the American Bee Journal 126: 184-191. 59

300.Robinson, G.E. 1984. Orchids pollinated by euglossine bees. Bee World 65: 69-73. 59

301.Robinson, G.E. 1882. A unique beekeeping enterprise in Colombia. Bee World 63: 43-46. 59

302.Robinson, G.E. 1982. Aberrant queen cells in honey bee colonies. Bee World 63: 82-83. 59

303.Robinson, G.E. and R.A. Morse. 1982. Number of honey bees that stay out all night. Bee World 63: 173-174. 59

304.Robinson, G.E. 1981. Pseudohypocero kerteszi (Enderlein) (Diptera: Phoridae), a pest of the honey bee. Florida Entomologist 64: 456-457. 59

305.Robinson, G.E. 1980. The potential for apicultural development in the Third World. American Bee Journal 120: 398-400 59

Letters to the Editor 59

306.Strassmann, J.E., Page, R.E., Robinson, G.E. and T.D. Seeley. 2011. Kin selection and eusociality. Nature 471: E5-E6. 59

307.Robinson, G.E., Hackett, K.J., Purcell-Miramontes, M., Brown, S.J., Evans, J.D., Goldsmith, M.R., Lawson, D., Okamuro, J., Robertson, H.M. and D.J. Schneider. 2011. Creating a buzz about insect genomes. Science 331: 1386. 59

308.Robinson, G.E. 2008. Caste determination. Bee Culture 136: 8. 59






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