Susanne Foitzik focuses on Ecology, Nest, Temnothorax, Zoology and Host. In her research, Susanne Foitzik undertakes multidisciplinary study on Ecology and Leptothorax. The various areas that Susanne Foitzik examines in her Nest study include Obligate and Competition.
Her work on Temnothorax nylanderi as part of general Temnothorax study is frequently linked to Formicinae, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her Zoology research integrates issues from Phylogenetics, Reproduction and Genetic divergence. Her Host study frequently links to other fields, such as Coevolution.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Zoology, Host, Nest and Temnothorax. Her Ecology research focuses on Aggression and how it connects with Personality. The concepts of her Zoology study are interwoven with issues in Genetics, Longevity and Inbreeding.
Her Host course of study focuses on Coevolution and Obligate. Susanne Foitzik has researched Nest in several fields, including Intraspecific competition, Foraging, Competition and Polygyny. As part of one scientific family, Susanne Foitzik deals mainly with the area of Temnothorax, narrowing it down to issues related to the Phylogenetics, and often Phylogenetic tree.
Zoology, ANT, Longevity, Host and Fecundity are her primary areas of study. Susanne Foitzik specializes in Zoology, namely Temnothorax. As a part of the same scientific family, Susanne Foitzik mostly works in the field of ANT, focusing on Evolutionary biology and, on occasion, Foraging.
Her Host research incorporates elements of Nest and Temnothorax nylanderi. Her study on Coevolution also encompasses disciplines like
Her main research concerns Nest, Host, Evolutionary biology, Temnothorax and Coevolution. Susanne Foitzik integrates many fields in her works, including Nest and Temnothorax americanus. Her Evolutionary biology study combines topics in areas such as Transcriptome and Gene.
Her Temnothorax study is associated with Zoology. The Coevolution study which covers Regulation of gene expression that intersects with Ecology. Her research integrates issues of Affect and Aggression in her study of Ecology.
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Inclusive fitness theory and eusociality
Patrick Abbot;Jun Abe;John Alcock;Samuel Alizon.
Apparent Dear‐enemy Phenomenon and Environment‐based Recognition Cues in the Ant Leptothorax nylanderi
Jürgen Heinze;Susanne Foitzik;Andreas Hippert;Bert Hölldobler.
Nest site limitation and colony takeover in the ant Leptothorax nylanderi
Susanne Foitzik;Jürgen Heinze.
Behavioral Ecology (1998)
Coevolution in host-parasite systems: behavioural strategies of slave-making ants and their hosts.
Susanne Foitzik;Christopher J. DeHeer;Daniel N. Hunjan;Joan M. Herbers.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2001)
Productivity increases with variation in aggression among group members in Temnothorax ants
Andreas P. Modlmeier;Andreas P. Modlmeier;Susanne Foitzik.
Behavioral Ecology (2011)
The coevolutionary dynamics of obligate ant social parasite systems--between prudence and antagonism.
Miriam Brandt;Susanne Foitzik;Susanne Foitzik;Birgit Fischer-Blass;Jürgen Heinze.
Biological Reviews (2005)
Diverse societies are more productive: a lesson from ants
Andreas P. Modlmeier;Andreas P. Modlmeier;Julia E. Liebmann;Susanne Foitzik.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2012)
Gene expression patterns associated with caste and reproductive status in ants: worker-specific genes are more derived than queen-specific ones.
B. Feldmeyer;D. Elsner;S. Foitzik.
Molecular Ecology (2014)
COLONY STRUCTURE OF A SLAVEMAKING ANT. I. INTRACOLONY RELATEDNESS, WORKER REPRODUCTION, AND POLYDOMY
Susanne Foitzik;Joan M. Herbers.
Mating frequency of Leptothorax nylanderi ant queens determined by microsatellite analysis
S. Foitzik;M. Haberl;J. Gadau;J. Heinze.
Insectes Sociaux (1997)
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