Deborah M Gordon
Deborah M Gordon
Professor, Dept. of Biology, Stanford University
Verified email at stanford.edu
TitleCited byYear
Exploitation and interference competition between the invasive Argentine ant, Linepithema humile, and native ant species
KG Human, DM Gordon
Oecologia 105 (3), 405-412, 1996
5031996
The organization of work in social insect colonies
DM Gordon
Nature 380 (6570), 121, 1996
4901996
Ants at work: how an insect society is organized
DM Gordon
Simon and Schuster, 1999
4281999
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
4262003
Ant encounters: interaction networks and colony behavior
DM Gordon
Princeton University Press, 2010
2522010
Social insects: cuticular hydrocarbons inform task decisions
MJ Greene, DM Gordon
Nature 423 (6935), 32, 2003
2512003
Effects of Argentine ants on invertebrate biodiversity in northern California
KG Human, DM Gordon
Conservation Biology 11 (5), 1242-1248, 1997
2411997
Variability in the abundance of animal and plant species
RM Anderson, DM Gordon, MJ Crawley, MP Hassell
Nature 296 (5854), 245, 1982
2341982
Behavioral flexibility and the foraging ecology of seed-eating ants
DM Gordon
The American Naturalist 138 (2), 379-411, 1991
2301991
Founding, foraging, and fighting: colony size and the spatial distribution of harvester ant nests
DM Gordon, AW Kulig
Ecology 77 (8), 2393-2409, 1996
2151996
Dynamics of task switching in harvester ants
DM Gordon
Animal Behaviour 38 (2), 194-204, 1989
2151989
Effects of social group size on information transfer and task allocation
SW Pacala, DM Gordon, HCJ Godfray
Evolutionary Ecology 10 (2), 127-165, 1996
1911996
What is the function of encounter patterns in ant colonies?
DM Gordon, RE Paul, K Thorpe
Animal Behaviour 45 (6), 1083-1100, 1993
1701993
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
1572002
Harvester ants utilize cuticular hydrocarbons in nestmate recognition
D Wagner, M Tissot, W Cuevas, DM Gordon
Journal of Chemical Ecology 26 (10), 2245-2257, 2000
1572000
Task‐specific expression of the foraging gene in harvester ants
KK Ingram, P Oefner, DM Gordon
Molecular Ecology 14 (3), 813-818, 2005
1512005
Behavioral interactions of the invasive Argentine ant with native ant species
KG Human, DM Gordon
Insectes Sociaux 46 (2), 159-163, 1999
1471999
Encounter rate and task allocation in harvester ants
DM Gordon, NJ Mehdiabadi
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 45 (5), 370-377, 1999
1461999
Information collection and spread by networks of patrolling ants
FR Adler, DM Gordon
The American Naturalist 140 (3), 373-400, 1992
1461992
Harvester ant nests, soil biota and soil chemistry
D Wagner, MJF Brown, DM Gordon
Oecologia 112 (2), 232-236, 1997
1391997
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