Flore Mas
Flore Mas
The New Zealand Plant and Food Research Institute
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Maternal care and offspring begging in social insects: chemical signalling, hormonal regulation and evolution
F Mas, M Kölliker
Animal Behaviour 76 (4), 1121-1131, 2008
A chemical signal of offspring quality affects maternal care in a social insect
F Mas, KF Haynes, M Kölliker
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1668), 2847-2853, 2009
Sexual Isolation and Cuticular Hydrocarbon Differences between Drosophila santomea and Drosophila yakuba
F Mas, JM Jallon
Journal of chemical ecology 31 (11), 2747-2752, 2005
Influence of the Pathogen Candidatus Liberibacter Solanacearum on Tomato Host Plant Volatiles and Psyllid Vector Settlement
F Mas, J Vereijssen, DM Suckling
Journal of chemical ecology 40 (11-12), 1197-1202, 2014
Possible mechanisms of pollination failure in hybrid carrot seed and implications for industry in a changing climate
MA Broussard, F Mas, B Howlett, D Pattemore, JM Tylianakis
PloS one 12 (6), 2017
Kiwifruit Flower Odor Perception and Recognition by Honey Bees, Apis mellifera
AM Twidle, F Mas, AR Harper, RM Horner, TJ Welsh, DM Suckling
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 63 (23), 5597-5602, 2015
Attractiveness and competitiveness of irradiated light brown apple moths
LD Stringer, NJ Sullivan, TES Sullivan, VJ Mitchell, LAM Manning, F Mas, ...
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 148 (3), 203-212, 2013
Differential effects of offspring condition-dependent signals on maternal care regulation in the European earwig
F Mas, M Kölliker
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 65 (2), 341-349, 2011
The importance of key floral bioactive compounds to honey bees for the detection and attraction of hybrid vegetable crops and increased seed yield
F Mas, A Harper, R Horner, T Welsh, P Jaksons, DM Suckling
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 98 (12), 4445-4453, 2018
An offspring signal of quality affects the timing of future parental reproduction
F Mas, M Kölliker
Biology letters 7 (3), 352-354, 2011
Electrophysiological and Behavioral Responses of Queensland Fruit Fly Females to Fruit Odors
F Mas, LA Manning, M Singlet, R Butler, C Mille, DM Suckling
Journal of Chemical Ecology 46 (2), 176-185, 2020
Selection of key floral scent compounds from fruit and vegetable crops by honey bees depends on sensory capacity and experience
F Mas, RM Horner, S Brierley, RC Butler, DM Suckling
Journal of Insect Physiology 121, 104002, 2020
Automated surveillance of lepidopteran pests with smart optoelectronic sensor traps
TJ Welsh, D Bentall, C Kwon, F Mas
Sustainability 14 (15), 9577, 2022
Odorant-Based Detection and Discrimination of Two Economic Pests in Export Apples
F Mas, R Horner, S Cazères, M Alavi, DM Suckling
Journal of Economic Entomology 113 (1), 134-143, 2020
3D-printed multi-armed rotator mechanism for simultaneously testing a variety of lure blends
TES Sullivan, F Mas, TJ Welsh, DM Suckling
New Zealand Plant Protection 70, 320-320, 2017
Exploiting honey bee learning and foraging behavior for biosecurity
F Mas, C Henderson, J Bromenshenk, L Stringer, M Suckling
IUSSI, 2014
Differential olfactory responses associated with host plant shift by the fruit-piercing moth, Eudocima phalonia, in the Pacific islands
F Mas, R Horner, L Manning, A Harper, S Brierley, S DeFaveri, L Leroy, ...
New Zealand Journal of Crop and Horticultural Science, 1-15, 2023
Electrophysiological and Behavioral Responses of Virgin Female Bactrocera tryoni to Microbial Volatiles from Enterobacteriaceae
AK Tallon, LA Manning, F Mas
Microorganisms 11 (7), 1643, 2023
Metabolomics for Plant Health Biosecurity Diagnostics and Response
AB Ross, H Muller, A Subbaraj, I Homewood, F Mas, S Hardwick, ...
Sustainability 15 (5), 4654, 2023
Sensory response of tephritid parasitoids to fruit flies and their fruit hosts
O Reynolds, T Osborne, LA Manning, D Collins, F Mas
19th Scientific Meeting of the Australasian Association for ChemoSensory …, 2017
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