Nick Bos
Nick Bos
Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Copenhagen
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Sick ants become unsociable
N Bos, T Lefèvre, AB Jensen, P d’Ettorre
Journal of evolutionary biology 25 (2), 342-351, 2012
Recognition of social identity in ants
N Bos, P d'Ettorre
Frontiers in psychology 3, 83, 2012
Wax on, wax off: nest soil facilitates indirect transfer of recognition cues between ant nestmates
N Bos, L Grinsted, L Holman
PloS one 6 (4), e19435, 2011
Learning and perceptual similarity among cuticular hydrocarbons in ants
N Bos, S Dreier, CG Jørgensen, J Nielsen, FJ Guerrieri, P d’Ettorre
Journal of insect physiology 58 (1), 138-146, 2012
Significance of chemical recognition cues is context dependent in ants
N Bos, FJ Guerrieri, P d’Ettorre
Animal Behaviour 80 (5), 839-844, 2010
Ants medicate to fight disease
N Bos, L Sundström, S Fuchs, D Freitak
Evolution 69 (11), 2979-2984, 2015
Variation in nestmate recognition ability among polymorphic leaf-cutting ant workers
J Larsen, B Fouks, N Bos, P d’Ettorre, V Nehring
Journal of insect physiology 70, 59-66, 2014
Chemical structure of odorants and perceptual similarity in ants
N Bos, P d'Ettorre, FJ Guerrieri
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (17), 3314-3320, 2013
Task specialization influences nestmate recognition ability in ants
J Larsen, V Nehring, P d’Ettorre, N Bos
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 70 (9), 1433-1440, 2016
Appetitive and aversive olfactory learning induce similar generalization rates in the honey bee
N Bos, E Roussel, M Giurfa, P d’Ettorre
Animal cognition 17 (2), 399-406, 2014
De novo transcriptome assembly and its annotation for the black ant Formica fusca at the larval stage
C Morandin, U Pulliainen, N Bos, E Schultner
Scientific data 5 (1), 1-8, 2018
Transitional complexity of social insect immunity
S Otani, N Bos, SH Yek
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 4, 69, 2016
Inbreeding-related trade-offs in stress resistance in the ant Formica exsecta
D Freitak, N Bos, D Stucki, L Sundström
Biology letters 10 (11), 20140805, 2014
Comparison of twelve ant species and their susceptibility to fungal infection
N Bos, V Kankaanpää-Kukkonen, D Freitak, D Stucki, L Sundström
Insects 10 (9), 271, 2019
Foraging Macrotermes natalensis fungus-growing termites avoid a mycopathogen but not an entomopathogen
KH Bodawatta, M Poulsen, N Bos
Insects 10 (7), 185, 2019
Stress responses upon starvation and exposure to bacteria in the ant Formica exsecta
D Stucki, D Freitak, N Bos, L Sundström
PeerJ 7, e6428, 2019
Caste-dependent brood retrieval by workers in the ant Formica exsecta
U Pulliainen, N Bos, P d'Ettorre, L Sundström
Animal Behaviour 140, 151-159, 2018
Starvation resistance and tissue-specific gene expression of stress-related genes in a naturally inbred ant population
N Bos, U Pulliainen, L Sundström, D Freitak
Royal Society open science 3 (4), 160062, 2016
You don’t have the guts: a diverse set of fungi survive passage through Macrotermes bellicosus termite guts
N Bos, L Guimaraes, R Palenzuela, J Renelies-Hamilton, L Maccario, ...
BMC evolutionary biology 20 (1), 1-11, 2020
Great tit (Parus major) uropygial gland microbiomes and their potential defensive roles
KH Bodawatta, SK Schierbech, NR Petersen, K Sam, N Bos, KA Jønsson, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 11, 1735, 2020
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