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Cornelia Buehlmann
Cornelia Buehlmann
Postdoctoral research fellow, University of Sussex
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Nitrogen fixation and transfer in grass-clover leys under organic and conventional cropping systems
A Oberson, E Frossard, C Buehlmann, J Mayer, P Maeder, A Luescher
Plant and Soil 371 (1-2), 237-255, 2013
1112013
Desert ants locate food by combining high sensitivity to food odors with extensive crosswind runs
C Buehlmann, P Graham, BS Hansson, M Knaden
Current Biology 24 (9), 960-964, 2014
792014
Vector-based and landmark-guided navigation in desert ants inhabiting landmark-free and landmark-rich environments
C Bühlmann, K Cheng, R Wehner
Journal of Experimental Biology 214 (17), 2845-2853, 2011
732011
Path integration controls nest-plume following in desert ants
C Buehlmann, BS Hansson, M Knaden
Current Biology 22 (7), 645-649, 2012
672012
Desert ants learn vibration and magnetic landmarks
C Buehlmann, BS Hansson, M Knaden
Plos one 7 (3), e33117, 2012
632012
Desert ants use olfactory scenes for navigation
C Buehlmann, P Graham, BS Hansson, M Knaden
Animal Behaviour 106, 99-105, 2015
612015
Multimodal interactions in insect navigation
C Buehlmann, M Mangan, P Graham
Animal cognition 23 (6), 1129-1141, 2020
382020
Mushroom bodies are required for learned visual navigation, but not for innate visual behavior, in ants
C Buehlmann, B Wozniak, R Goulard, B Webb, P Graham, JE Niven
Current Biology 30 (17), 3438-3443. e2, 2020
352020
Rapid aversive and memory trace learning during route navigation in desert ants
A Wystrach, C Buehlmann, S Schwarz, K Cheng, P Graham
Current biology 30 (10), 1927-1933. e2, 2020
272020
The interaction of path integration and terrestrial visual cues in navigating desert ants: what can we learn from path characteristics?
C Buehlmann, ASD Fernandes, P Graham
Journal of Experimental Biology 221 (1), jeb167304, 2018
232018
On the encoding of panoramic visual scenes in navigating wood ants
C Buehlmann, JL Woodgate, TS Collett
Current Biology 26 (15), 2022-2027, 2016
212016
Flexible weighing of olfactory and vector information in the desert ant Cataglyphis fortis
C Buehlmann, BS Hansson, M Knaden
Biology Letters 9 (3), 20130070, 2013
182013
Dynamic multimodal interactions in navigating wood ants: what do path details tell us about cue integration?
C Buehlmann, A Aussel, P Graham
Journal of Experimental Biology 223 (7), jeb221036, 2020
142020
When navigating wood ants use the centre of mass of a shape to extract directional information from a panoramic skyline
JL Woodgate, C Buehlmann, TS Collett
Journal of Experimental Biology 219 (11), 1689-1696, 2016
82016
A unified mechanism for innate and learned visual landmark guidance in the insect central complex
R Goulard, C Buehlmann, JE Niven, P Graham, B Webb
PLoS computational biology 17 (9), e1009383, 2021
72021
Avoiding pitfalls: trace conditioning and rapid aversive learning during route navigation in desert ants
A Wystrach, C Buehlmann, S Schwarz, K Cheng, P Graham
BioRxiv, 771204, 2019
62019
A motion compensation treadmill for untethered wood ants (Formica rufa): evidence for transfer of orientation memories from free-walking training
R Goulard, C Buehlmann, JE Niven, P Graham, B Webb
Journal of Experimental Biology 223 (24), jeb228601, 2020
42020
Multimodal influences on learning walks in desert ants (Cataglyphis fortis)
JA Vega Vermeren, C Buehlmann, AS David Fernandes, P Graham
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 206, 701–709, 2020
42020
Transfer of orientation memories in untethered wood ants (Formica rufa) from walking in an arena to walking on a motion compensation treadmill
R Goulard, C Buehlmann, JE Niven, P Graham, B Webb
bioRxiv, 2020
42020
Innate visual attraction in wood ants is a hardwired behavior seen across different motivational and ecological contexts
C Buehlmann, P Graham
Insectes Sociaux 69 (2), 271-277, 2022
22022
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