Timothée Brütsch

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6 publications

2020 | 2017 | 2014 | 2012 |
An ancient and eroded social supergene is widespread across Formica ants
Brelsford Alan, Purcell Jessica, Avril Amaury, Tran Van Patrick, Zhang Junxia, Brütsch Timothée, Sundström Liselotte, Helanterä Heikki, Chapuisat Michel, 2020. Current Biology, 30 pp. 304-311.
No evidence for social immunity in co-founding queen associations.
Brütsch T., Avril A., Chapuisat M., 2017/11/24. Scientific reports, 7 (1) p. 16262. Peer-reviewed.
Wood ants produce a potent antimicrobial agent by applying formic acid on tree-collected resin.
Brütsch T., Jaffuel G., Vallat A., Turlings T.C., Chapuisat M., 2017. Ecology and Evolution, 7 (7) pp. 2249-2254. Peer-reviewed.
Ant queens (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) are attracted to fungal pathogens during the initial stage of colony founding
Brütsch T., Felden A., Reber A., Chapuisat M., 2014. Myrmecological News, 20 pp. 71-76. Peer-reviewed.
Wood ants protect their brood with tree resin
Brütsch T., Chapuisat M., 2014. Animal Behaviour, 93 pp. 157-161. Peer-reviewed.
Effects of the social environment on the survival and fungal resistance of ant brood
Purcell J., Brütsch T., Chapuisat M., 2012. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 66 (3) pp. 467-474. Peer-reviewed.
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