Martin Lindauer

Affiliations: 
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, München, Bayern, Germany 
Area:
Ethology
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Tautz J, Lindauer M. (1997) Honeybees establish specific sites on the comb for their waggle dances Journal of Comparative Physiology - a Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology. 180: 537-539
Jensen IL, Michelsen A, Lindauer M. (1997) On the directional indications in the round dances of honeybees Naturwissenschaften. 84: 452-454
Sandeman D, Tautz J, Lindauer M. (1996) Transmission of vibration across honeycombs and its detection by bee leg receptors The Journal of Experimental Biology. 199: 2585-94
Kirchner WH, Lindauer M. (1994) The causes of the tremble dance of the honeybee, Apis mellifera Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 35: 303-308
Lindauer M. (1994) Towards the controversy about the honeybee dance language Entomol.Gen.. 18: 279-283
Michelsen A, Andersen BB, Storm J, et al. (1992) How honeybees perceive communication dances, studied by means of a mechanical model Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 30: 143-150
Michelsen A, Andersen BB, Kirchner W, et al. (1991) The dance language of honeybees - new findings, new perspectives The Behaviour and Physiology of Bees. 79-88
Michelsen A, Andersen BB, Kirchner WH, et al. (1989) Honeybees can be recruited by a mechanical model of a dancing bee Naturwissenschaften. 76: 277-280
Kirchner WH, Lindauer M, Michelsen A. (1988) Honeybee dance communication - Acoustical indication of direction in round dances Naturwissenschaften. 75: 629-630
Michelsen A, Kirchner WH, Andersen BB, et al. (1986) The tooting and quacking vibration signals of honeybee queens: a quantitative analysis Journal of Comparative Physiology A. 158: 605-611
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