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Deborah M Gordon
Deborah M Gordon
Professor, Dept. of Biology, Stanford University
Verified email at stanford.edu
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Journey to the Ants
B Hölldobler, EO Wilson
Harvard University Press, 1998
648*1998
Exploitation and interference competition between the invasive Argentine ant, Linepithema humile, and native ant species
KG Human, DM Gordon
Oecologia 105, 405-412, 1996
6381996
The organization of work in social insect colonies
DM Gordon
Nature 380 (6570), 121-124, 1996
6281996
Community disassembly by an invasive species
NJ Sanders, NJ Gotelli, NE Heller, DM Gordon
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (5), 2474-2477, 2003
5692003
Ants at work: how an insect society is organized
DM Gordon
Simon and Schuster, 1999
5351999
Ant encounters: interaction networks and colony behavior
DM Gordon
Princeton University Press, 2010
4532010
Cuticular hydrocarbons inform task decisions
MJ Greene, DM Gordon
Nature 423 (6935), 32-32, 2003
3612003
Effects of Argentine ants on invertebrate biodiversity in northern California
KG Human, DM Gordon
Conservation biology 11 (5), 1242-1248, 1997
2881997
Dynamics of task switching in harvester ants
DM Gordon
Animal Behaviour 38 (2), 194-204, 1989
2851989
Variability in the abundance of animal and plant species
RM Anderson, DM Gordon, MJ CraWley, MP Hassell
Nature 296 (5854), 245-248, 1982
2851982
Behavioral flexibility and the foraging ecology of seed-eating ants
DM Gordon
The American Naturalist 138 (2), 379-411, 1991
2831991
Founding, foraging, and fighting: colony size and the spatial distribution of harvester ant nests
DM Gordon, AW Kulig
Ecology 77 (8), 2393-2409, 1996
2451996
Effects of social group size on information transfer and task allocation
SW Pacala, DM Gordon, HCJ Godfray
Evolutionary Ecology 10, 127-165, 1996
2411996
Task‐specific expression of the foraging gene in harvester ants
KK Ingram, P Oefner, DM Gordon
Molecular Ecology 14 (3), 813-818, 2005
2072005
What is the function of encounter patterns in ant colonies?
DM Gordon, RE Paul, K Thorpe
Animal Behaviour 45 (6), 1083-1100, 1993
2041993
Encounter rate and task allocation in harvester ants
DM Gordon, NJ Mehdiabadi
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 45, 370-377, 1999
2021999
Harvester ants utilize cuticular hydrocarbons in nestmate recognition
D Wagner, M Tissot, W Cuevas, DM Gordon
Journal of Chemical Ecology 26, 2245-2257, 2000
1962000
Harvester ant nests, soil biota and soil chemistry
D Wagner, MJF Brown, DM Gordon
Oecologia 112, 232-236, 1997
1891997
Genetic basis for queen–worker dimorphism in a social insect
VP Volny, DM Gordon
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (9), 6108-6111, 2002
1852002
A framework for plant behavior
J Silvertown, DM Gordon
Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 20 (1), 349-366, 1989
1851989
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