B E E g r o u p

    Prof. Dr. Jürgen Tautz

    Bienenforschung Würzburg e.V.
    c/o HOBOS
    Josef-Martin-Weg 52
    97074 Würzburg

    Telefon:  +49 931 31 84319


    tautz@hobos.de
    http://www.beegroup.de/
    http://www.hobos.de

    Curriculum vitae

    - Born October 6th, 1949.
    -1956 - 1960 Elementary school in Heppenheim.
    -1960 - 1968 Starkenburg-Gymnasium in Heppenheim.
    -1968 – 1973 Study at the Technical High school Darmstadt (Biology, Geography,
     Physics).
    -1973 - 1974 Award by the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes.
    -1973: Masters thesis „Airborne sound reception in a caterpillar“ (Rating: cum laude).
    -1974 – 1977 PhD-project supervised byProf.Dr. H. Markl at the Universiy Konstanz.
    "Mechanisms and biological function of sound reception in caterpillars“
    (again awarded by the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes).
    (Rating for the thesis: summa cum laude).
    -1978 Byk-award of Herbert Quandt-foundation.
    -1979 Postdoc at the Research School of Biological Sciences of the Australian
     National University in Canberra.
    -1980 – 1981 Assistent Professor at the University Konstanz.
    -1981 – 1982 Postdoc at Stanford University (USA)
    -1983 – 1987 Assistent Professor at the University Konstanz.
    -1986 Habilitation in Zoology.
    -1988 Heisenberg-Award of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft.
    -1988 – 1990 In charge for the chair of Behavioural Biology
    at the University Konstanz.
    -1990 until April 2015 Full professor at the Biocenter of Würzburg University.
    -April 2015 until now: Senior professor at the Biocenter of Würzburg University.

    Selected awards


    1973 - 1974   Stipend awarded by the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes
    1974 – 1977   PhD-stipend awarded by the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes
    1978  Byk-award of Herbert Quandt-foundation for an outstanding dissertation
    1988    DFG Heisenberg fellowship
    2005 By EMBO highlighted as one of seven scientist “as among the best in Europe to communicate science”
    2006 Ehrenpreis Marketing Club Mainfranken for excellent science and its presentation to a broad audience
    2006  elected Accademici Onorari Accademia Nazionale Italiana di Entomologia
    2007 Together with Dr. J. Melcher (DLR): Bionics Award „Innovations from Nature“ of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) relating to the project „Bionic Vibration Exciter System“
    2007 By EMBO again highlighted as one of eleven scientist “as among the best in Europe to communicate science”
    2007 Runner-up of Promega-Contest "Hauptsache Biologie" to popular presentation of science with the topic "Cogito ergo summ"
    2008 Together with Dr.J.Melcher and Prof.J.G.Heinrich nominated for the Erwin Schrödinger award 2008
    2008 A special discretionary prize, as part of the 2008 EMBO Award for Communication in the Life Sciences to a practicing scientist in Europe for outstanding communication with the public.
    2008 CICERO Magazine ranking list of 40 most prominent natural scientists in Germany


    Editorial work


    Since 2000  Editorial board “Zoology”
    Since 2001  Advisory board “Journal of Comparative Physiology”
    Since 2003  Advisory board “Apidologie!
    Since 2005  Editorial board “Trends in Comparative Biochemistry & Physiology”

    Reviewer for Journals and funding agencies:
    Animal Behaviour, Behavioral Ecology, Australian Research Council (ARC), Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, Biological Bulletin, Biophysics of Structure and Mechanism, Canadian Journal of Zoology, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, Entomologia generalis, Ethology, Fonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung (Austria), Insectes Sociaux, Journal of Comparative Physiology, Journal of Experimental Biology, Journal of Theoretical Biology, Marine Behavior and Physiology, National Research Foundation (South-Africa), National Science Foundation (USA), Naturwissenschaften, Physiology and Behavior, Zeitschrift für Tierpsychologie, Slovac Academy of Sciences

    Project management (listed since 1992)


    1992-1997 SFB 251 „Ecology, physiology and biochemistry of plants and animals under stress“; project leader.
    1997-2005 Graduate College GK 200 “Arthropod behaviour: genetics, neurobiology, ecology”; leading applicant and speaker
    2000-2003 SBF 554 “Mechanisms and Evolution of Arthropod behaviour: brain, individual, social group”; project leader
    2003-2006 “Health research in honeybees” funded by Bavarian Ministry of Forestry and Agriculture; speaker
    2005-2006 DUKAT, Diagnosis and control of the honeybee parasite Aethina Tumida, funded by the German Federal Ministry of Consumer Protection, Food and Agriculture; project leader
    since 2006 Vice-speaker of the excellence centre graduate school of life sciences, class integrative biology (30 doctorate positions)
    since 2007  FUGAPIS, health research in honeybees. Project leader
    since 2007  BMBF-project “Bionisches Schwingungserregersystem”. Project leader
    since 2007  Cooperation contract between Humanwissenschaftliche Universität
    Liechtenstein with Universität Würzburg. Initiator and project leader
    since 2008  SFB 567 (interactions between organisms) project leader
    since 2008  BASF funded project , project leader
    2008-2009  DAAD Go8-funding German-Australian cooperation, project leader

    Member of scientific societies


    Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Deutschen Bieneninstitute e.V., Deutsche Zoologische Gesellschaft, Gesellschaft deutscher Naturforscher und Ärzte, International Union for the Study of Social Insects., International Society for Neuroethology, Society for Experimental Biology, Verband Deutscher Biologen

    Miscellaneous


    Since 1992  external member in the commission for neurosciences of the „Mainzer Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur“.
    Since 2000 Vertrauensdozent des Verbandes Deutscher Naturforscher und Ärzte at the Universität Würzburg
    In 2004 Founder and since then head of Bienenforschung Würzburg e.V., in order to raise funds for communication activities in the public.
    Since 2006  Mentor in Max Weber-Programm Bayern of the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes

    Scientific lectures


    Until today about 300 invited lectures at German universities and about 120 invited lectures abroad (host countries among others: Australia, Austria, Denmark, France, England, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Switzerland, USA).
    Organizer of summer schools 1987, 1989, 1992, 1998 two-weeks-summer-schools for the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes.

    Publications


    Publication list in chronological order

    Full papers

    1. TAUTZ,J.: Untersuchungen zur Luftschallwahrnehmung bei Kohleulenraupen (Barathra brassicae L. - Hadeninae, Noctuidae, Lepidoptera).
    Staatsexamensarbeit TH Darmstadt 1973.

    2. Markl,H. & J.TAUTZ: The sensitivity of hair receptors in caterpillars of Barathra brassicae L. (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae) to particle movement in a sound field.
    J.comp.Physiol.99, 79-87, 1975.

    3. TAUTZ,J.: Mechanismen und biologische Bedeutung der Luftschallwahrnehmung bei Schmetterlingsraupen.
    Dissertation Universität Konstanz 1977.

    4. TAUTZ,J.: Reception of medium vibration by thoracal hairs of caterpillars of Barathra brassicae L. (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae).
    I. Mechanical properties of the receptor hairs.
    J.comp.Physiol.118, 13-31, 1977.

    5. Gnatzy,W. & J.TAUTZ: Sensitivity of an insect mechanoreceptor during moulting.
    Physiol.Entomol.2, 279-288, 1977.

    6. TAUTZ,J.: Reception of medium vibration by thoracal hairs of caterpillars of Barathra brassicae L. (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae).
    II.Response characteristics of the sensory cell.
    J.comp.Physiol.125, 67-77, 1978.

    7. TAUTZ,J. & H.Markl: Caterpillars detect flying wasps by hairs sensitive to airborne vibration.
    Behav.Ecol.Sociobiol.4, 101-110, 1978.

    8. TAUTZ,J.: Schmetterlingsraupen: Sinneshaare geben Wespenalarm. Umschau 78, 673-674, 1978.

    9. TAUTZ,J.: Reception of particle oscillation in a medium - an unorthodox sensory capacity.
    Naturwiss.66, 452-461, 1979.

    10. TAUTZ,J. & D.C.Sandeman: The detection of waterborne vibration by sensory hairs on the chelae of the crayfish.
    J.exp.Biol.88, 351-356, 1980.

    11. Gnatzy,W. & J.TAUTZ: Ultrastructure and mechanical properties of an insect mechanoreceptor: stimulus transmitting structures and sensory apparatus of the cercal filiform hairs in Gryllus.
    Cell Tiss.Res.213, 441-463, 1980.

    12. Kramer,B., TAUTZ,J. & H.Markl: The EOD sound response in weakly electric fish.
    J.comp.Physiol.143, 435-441, 1981.

    13. Kraus,H. & J.TAUTZ: Visual distance keeping in the soldier crab, Mictyris playcheles Latreille. A field study.
    Mar.Behav.Physiol.6, 123-133, 1981.

    14. TAUTZ,J., Masters,M., Aicher,B. & H.Markl: A new type of water vibration receptor on the crayfish antenna: I.Sensory physiology.
    J.comp.Physiol.144, 533-541, 1981.

    15. Pflüger, H.-J. & J.TAUTZ: Air movement sensitive hairs and interneurons in Locusta migratoria.
    J.comp.Physiol.145, 369-380, 1982.

    16. Ehret,G., Moffat,A. & J.TAUTZ: Frequency resolution in the ear of the cricket, Teleogryllus oceanicus, measured in behavioral auditory masking.
    J.comp.Physiol.148, 237-244, 1982.

    17. Masters,M., Aicher,B., TAUTZ,J. & H.Markl: A new type of water vibration receptor on the crayfish antenna. II.Model of receptor function.
    J.comp.Physiol.149, 409-422, 1982.

    18. Masters,M., TAUTZ,J., Fletcher,N. & H.Markl: Body vibration and sound production in an insect (Atta sexdens) without specialized radiating structures.
    J.comp.Physiol.150, 239-249, 1983.

    19. TAUTZ,J. & R.Müller-TAUTZ: Antennal neuropile in the brain of the crayfish: morphology of neurons.
    J.comp.Neurol.218, 415-425, 1983.

    20. Bender,M., Gnatzy,W. & J.TAUTZ: The antennal feathered hairs in the crayfish: a non-innervated stimulus transmitting system.
    J.comp.Physiol.154, 45-47, 1984.

    21. Ebina,Y. & J.TAUTZ: Stimulus coding in crayfish antennal mechanoreceptors estimated by the noise approach.
    Eur.Biophys.J.11, 111-115, 1984.

    22. Aicher,B. & J.TAUTZ: "Peripheral inhibition" of vibration-sensitive units in the leg of the fiddler crab Uca pugilator.
    J.comp.Physiol.154, 49-52, 1984.

    23. TAUTZ,J.: Medienbewegungswahrnehmung bei Arthropoden - Beiträge zur Rezeptorphysiologie, zur zentralen Verarbeitung und zum Verhalten.
    Habilitationsschrift Universität Konstanz, 1986.

    24. Plummer,M.R., TAUTZ,J. & J.J.Wine: Frequency coding of water¬borne vibrations by abdominal mechanosensory interneurons in the crayfish, Procambarus clarkii.
    J.comp.Physiol.158, 751-764, 1986.

    25. TAUTZ,J., Erber,J. & B.W.Ache: Chemosensitive interneurons ascend the optic nerve in the crayfish.
    Naturwiss.73, 154-156, 1986.

    26. TAUTZ,J.: Water vibration elicits antennal movement in the crayfish.
    Anim.Behav.35, 748-754, 1987.

    27. TAUTZ,J. & I.Hamm: Water vibration sensitive interneurons in the second abdominal ganglion of the crayfish.
    J.exp.Biol.126, 525-529, 1986.

    28. TAUTZ,J.: Interneurons in the tritocerebrum of the crayfish.
    Brain Res.407, 230-239, 1987.

    29. Narins,P., Ehret,G. & J.TAUTZ: Accessory pathway for sound transfer in a neotropical frog.
    Proc.Nat.Acad.Sci.USA 85, 1508-1512, 1988.

    30. TAUTZ,J.: Die Replikatordynamik - ordnungschaffendes Prinzip von der präbiotischen Evolution bis zur Soziobiologie.
    Biologie in unserer Zeit 18, 65-70, 1988.

    31. Breithaupt,T. & J.TAUTZ: Vibration sensitivity of the crayfish statocyst. Naturwissenschaften 75, 310-312, 1988.

    32. Aicher,B. & J.TAUTZ: Vibrational communication in the fiddler crab Uca pugilator. 1.Signal transmission through the substratum.
    J.comp.Physiol.166, 345-353, 1990.

    33. TAUTZ,J.: Coding of mechanical stimuli in crustaceans - what and why?
    in: Frontiers in Crustacean Neurobiology. (Edit.: K.Wiese, W.D.Krenz, J.TAUTZ, H.Reichert, B.Mulloney). Birkhäuser Basel 1990, 200-206.

    34. Breithaupt,T. & J.TAUTZ: The sensitvity of crustacean mechanoreceptors to hydrodynamic and acoustic stimuli.
    in: Frontiers in Crustacean Neurobiology. (Edit.: K.Wiese, W.D.Krenz, J.TAUTZ, H.Reichert, B.Mulloney). Birkhäuser Basel 1990, 114-120.

    35. Hamm,I. & J.TAUTZ: Locomotor activity influences the sensitivity of mechanosensory interneurons in the crayfish.
    in: Frontiers in Crustacean neurobiology. (Edit.: K.Wiese, W.D.Krenz, J.TAUTZ, H.Reichert, B.Mulloney).
    Birkhäuser Basel 1990, 152-156.

    36. TAUTZ,J.: Can the directional sensitivity of single mechanosensory neurons in arthropods tell the animal anything about stimulus direction?
    Sensory systems and communication in arthropods. (Edit.: F.G.Gribakin, K.Wiese, A.V.Popov).
    Birkhäuser Basel 1990.

    37. Ehret,G., TAUTZ,J., Schmitz,B. & P.Narins: Hearing through the lungs: lung-eardrum transmission of sound in the frog Eleuterodactylus coqui.
    Naturwissenschaften 77, 192-194, 1990. (cover-story)

    38. TAUTZ,J.: Mechanorezeptoren bei Invertebraten - Filter biologisch relevanter Signale.
    Verh.Dtsch.Zool.Ges.83, 97-108, 1990.

    39. Bleckmann,H., Breithaupt,T., Blickhan,R. & J.TAUTZ: The time course and frequency content of hydrodynamic events caused by moving fish, frogs, and crustaceans.
    J.comp.Physiol.168, 749-757, 1991.

    40. Römer,H., TAUTZ,J.: Invertebrate auditory receptors.
    in: Advances in comparative and environmental physiology, Vol.10 Comparative aspects of mechanorecptor systems. (Edit.: F.Ito).
    Springer Berlin 1992, 185-212.

    41. TAUTZ,J., Fiedler,K.: Mechanoreceptive properties of caterpillar hairs involved in mediation of butterfly-ant symbioses.
    Naturwiss.79, 561-563, 1992. (cover story)

    42. Gronenberg, W., TAUTZ,J. & B.Hölldobler: Fast trap-jaws and giant neurons in the ant Odontomachus.
    Science 262, 561-563, 1993 (cover story).

    43. Roces,F., TAUTZ,J. & B.Hölldobler: Stridulation in leaf-cutting ants: short-range recruitment through plant-borne vibrations.
    Naturwissenschaften 80, 521-524, 1993 (cover story).

    44. Gronenberg,W. & J.TAUTZ: The sensory basis for the trap-jaw mechanism in the ant Odontomachus bauri.
    J.comp.Physiol. 174, 49-60, 1994.

    45. TAUTZ,J., Hölldobler,B. & T.Danker: The ants that jump: different techniques to take off.
    ZACS (Zoology - analysis of complex systems) 1, 1-6, 1994.

    46. TAUTZ,J. & M.R.Plummer: Comparison of directional selectivity in identified spiking and nonspiking mechanosensory neurons in the crayfish, Orconectes limosus.
    Proc.Nat.Acad.Sci.USA 91, 5853-5857, 1994.

    47. Kirchner,W., Broecker,I. & J.TAUTZ: Vibrational alarm communication in the damp-wood termite Zootermopsis nevadensis.
    Physiol.Entomol. 19, 187-190, 1994.

    48. Menzel,J. & J.TAUTZ: Functional morphology of the subgenual organ of the carpenter ant.
    Tissue & Cell 26, 735-746, 1994.

    49. TAUTZ,J., Roces,F. & B.Hölldobler: Use of a sound-based vibratome by leafcutting ants.
    Science 267, 84-87, 1995.

    50. Breithaupt, T., Schmitz,B. & J.TAUTZ: Hydrodynamic orientation of crayfish (Procambarus clarkii) to swimming fish prey.
    J.comp.Physiol. 177, 481-491, 1995.

    51. TAUTZ,J.: Honeybee waggle dance: recruitment success depends on the dance floor.
    J.exp.Biol. 199, 1375-1381, 1996.

    52. Klügl,F., Puppe,F., Raub,U. & J.TAUTZ: Ein Simulationssystem zur Darstellung emergenten Verhaltens.
    Reviewter Buchbeitrag
    Simulation und Animation. Magdeburg, 1996.

    53. Kleineidam,Ch. & J.TAUTZ: Perception of carbon dioxide and other "air-condition" parameters in the leaf cutting ant Atta cephalotes.
    Naturwissenschaften 83, 566-568, 1996 (cover story).

    54. Sandeman,D.C., TAUTZ,J. & M.Lindauer: Transmission of vibration across honeycombs and its detection by bee leg receptors.
    J.exp.Biol. 199, 2585-2594, 1996 (cover story).

    55. TAUTZ,J., Rohrseitz,K. & D.C.Sandeman: One-strided waggle dance in bees.
    Nature 382, 32, 1996.

    56. Sandeman,D.C., Sandeman,R. & J.TAUTZ: Head and abdominal posture and the orientation of honeybees on vertical combs.
    Zoology 100, 85-97, 1997.

    57. TAUTZ,J. & M.Lindauer: Honeybees establish specific sites on the comb for their waggle dances.
    J. comp. Physiol. A 180, 537-539, 1997.

    58. Casas,J., Bacher,S., TAUTZ,J. Meyhöfer,R. & D.Pierre: Leaf vibrations and air movements in a leafminer-parasitoid system.
    Biological Control 11, 147-153, 1998.

    59. TAUTZ,J. & M.Lindauer: Die Bienenwabe als Kommunikationsnetz.
    ADIZ 6/97, 6-11, 1997 (cover story)
    und DIE BIENE, 1997.

    60. TAUTZ,J.: Communication in social bees: new approaches.
    In: Elsner,N. & R.Wehner (eds) New Neuroethology on the move.
    Proc 26th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference1998. 303-306, 1998.

    61. TAUTZ,J.: The comb of the honeybee - signal transmission and information storage.
    Apidologie 29, 400-401, 1998.

    62. TAUTZ,J. & K.Rohrseitz: What attracts honeybees to a waggle dancer?
    J. comp. Physiol. A 183, 661-667, 1998.

    63. Dornhaus,A., Klügl,F., Puppe,F. & J.TAUTZ: Task selection in honeybees - experiments using multi-agent simulation.
    GWAL 98 (3rd German Workshop on Artificial Life), ed.C.Wilke,S.Altmeyer & T.Martinez, 171-183, 1998.

    64. Rohrseitz,K. & J.TAUTZ: Honey bee dance communication: waggle run direction coded in antennal contacts?
    J comp Physiol A 184, 463-470, 1999.

    65. Kluegl,F., Puppe,F., Raub U. & J.TAUTZ: Simulating multiple emergent phenomena - exemplified in an ant colony.
    Adami,C., Belew, R., Kitano,H. & C.Tylor (ed.)
    ALIFE 98, Los Angeles 1998.

    66. TAUTZ,J.: Aircraft detectors, trap triggers and combination locks - functional diversity of insect mechanosensory hairs.
    Resonance (Journal of Science Education, India), 5, 32-38, 2000 (cover story).

    67. Fröhlich,B., TAUTZ,J. & M.Riederer: Chemometric classification of comb and cuticular waxes of the honeybee Apis mellifera carnica.
    J.Chem. Ecol. 26, 123-137, 2000.

    68. TAUTZ,J. & H.Bickel: Thermographie: Wärmestrahlung sichtbar gemacht.
    Unterricht-Biologie 249, 27-30, 1999 (cover story).

    69. TAUTZ,J. & M.Lindauer: Telefonnetz und chemisches Gedächtnis: Wachs als vielseitiges Kommunikationsmedium der Honigbiene.
    Akademie-Journal 1/99, 15-19, 1999.

    70. Magal, C., Schöller, M., TAUTZ,J & J. Casas: The role of leaf structure in vibration propagation.
    JASA (Journal of the Acoustical Society of America) 108, 2412-2418, 2000.

    71. Fröhlich,B., M.Riederer & J.TAUTZ: Comb wax discrimination by honeybees tested with the proboscis extension reflex
    J.exp.Biol.203, 1581-1587, 2000.

    72. Nieh, J.C., TAUTZ, J., Spaethe, J. & T. Bartareau: The communication of food location by a primitive stingless bee, Trigona carbonaria.
    Zoology 102, 238-246, 2000 (cover story).

    73. Nieh, J.C. & J.TAUTZ: Behaviour-locked signal analysis reveals weak 200-300 Hz comb vibrations during the honeybee waggle dance.
    J.exp.Biol. 203, 1573-1579, 2000 (cover story).

    74. TAUTZ,J.: A comb-wide web.
    Science 286, 2272-2273, 1999.

    75. TAUTZ,J. & M.Lindauer: Aspetti vecchi e nuovi del linguaggia delle api.
    Atti della Áccademia Nazionale Italiana di Entomologia XLVII, 105-116, 1999.

    76. SenSarma,M., Fuchs,S. & J.TAUTZ: Debris removal by head pushing in A.florea F. honeybees.
    Naturwissenschaften 87, 241-243, 2000 (cover story).

    77. Srinivasan, M.V., S.W. Zhang, S.W., Altwein,M. and J. TAUTZ: Honeybee navigation: nature and calibration of the "odometer".
    Science 287, 851-853, 2000 (cover story)

    78. Kleineidam,Ch., Romani,R., TAUTZ,J. & N.Isidoro: Ultrastructure and physiology of the CO2 sensitive sensillum ampullaceaumof the leaf-cutting ant Atta sexdens
    Arthropod Structure and Development, 29, 43-55, 2000.
    By the editors in March 2003: Congratulations! Your article has been one of the top-25 most downloaded articles in ScienceDirect during the last 9 months of 2002.

    79. SenSarma, M., Fuchs,S., Werber, Ch. & J. TAUTZ: Worker piping triggers hissing for co-ordinated colony defence in the dwarf honeybee Apis florea
    Zoology 105, 215-223, 2002 (cover-story).

    80. Thom, C., Seeley,T.D. & J.TAUTZ: A scientific note on the dynamics of labor devoted to nectar foraging in a honey bee colony: number of foragers versus individual foraging activity.
    Apidologie 31, 737-738, 2000.

    81.Fröhlich, B., Riederer, M & J.TAUTZ: Honeybees discriminate cuticular waxes based on esters and polar components.
    Apidologie 32, 265-274, 2001.

    82. Weidenmüller, A. & J.TAUTZ: In-hive behavior of pollen foragers (Apis mellifera) in honey bee colonies under conditions of high and low pollen need
    Ethology 108, 205-221, 2002.

    83. Weidenmüller, A., Kleineidam, Ch. & J.TAUTZ: Collective control of nest climate parameters in bumblebee colonies.
    Anim. Behav. 63, 1065-1071, 2002.

    84. Spaethe,J., TAUTZ,J. & L.Chittka: Visual constraints in foraging bumble bees:
    flower size and color affect search time and flight behavior
    Proc.Nat.Acad.Sci.USA 98, 3898-3903, 2001.

    85. Esch,H., Zhang,S., Srinivasan, M. & J.TAUTZ: Honeybee dances communicate distance by optic flow.
    Nature 411, 581-583, 2001 (cover story).
        See also
        E.Pennisi: Bee dance reveals bee´s eye view.
        Science 292, 1628-1629, 2001.

    86. Roces,F. & J.TAUTZ: Ants are deaf.
    Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (JASA) 109, 3080-3082, 2001.

    87. S. Streit, S. Fuchs, F. Puppe, F. Kluegl, A. Dornhaus, K. Eggelbusch & J.TAUTZ:
    Modelling the dynamic of spread and virulence of Varroa destructor in a honey bee population using SeSAm (Shell for Simulated Agent Systems).
    MOMEDITO-Tagung Prag 2000, 175-181, 2000.

    88. TAUTZ,J., Casas,J. & D.C.Sandeman: Phase reversal of vibratory signals in honeycomb may assist dancing honeybees to attract their audience.
    J.exp.Biol. 204, 3737-3746, 2001.
    Highlighted by K.Phillips „Waggle wobbles wax“. J.Exp.Biol.204, I, 2001.

    89. Groh,C., Brockmann, A., Altwein, M. & J.TAUTZ: Selective blocking of contact chemosensilla in Apis mellifera.
    Apidologie 33, 33-40 2001.

    90. Seeley,T. & J.TAUTZ: Worker piping in honey bee swarms and its role in preparing for liftoff.
    J.comp.Physiol.187, 667-676, 2001 (cover story).

    91. TAUTZ,J.: Das Festnetz der Bienen.
    Spektrum der Wissenschaft August 2002, 60-66, 2002.

    92. Thom, C., Gilley,D.C. & J.TAUTZ (2003) Worker piping in honey bees (Apis m.carnica): the behavior of piping nectar foragers.
    Behav.Eco.Sociobiol.53, 199-205

    93. Kleinhenz M, Bujok B, Fuchs S , TAUTZ,J. (2003) Hot bees in empty cells – broodnest heating from within. Journal of Experimental Biology 206: 4217-4231
    Highlighted by K.Phillips in The Journal of Experimental Biology 206, 4181 (2003) Climate control, bee style.

    94. TAUTZ,J.: Hören oder Schwingungen wahrnehmen?
    ADIZ; Imkerfreund; Deutsche Bienenzeitschrift 2, 6-8, 2002.

    95. Kleinhenz,M., Bujok, B., Fuchs, S. & J.TAUTZ: Regulation of brood nest temperature in honeybee colonies (Apis mellifera carnica).
    Invited paper.
    Fourth European Workshop on Invertebrate Ecophysiology, St.Petersburg,
    (edit.V.E.Kipyatkov), 36-38, 2001.

    96. Bujok,B., Kleinhenz,M., Fuchs,S & J.TAUTZ: Hot spots in the bee hive.
    Naturwissenschaften 89, 299-301, 2002.

    97. Strehle, M., Jenke,F., Fröhlich, B., TAUTZ,J., Riederer, Kiefer,W. and J.Popp: A Raman-spectroscopic study of ther spatial distribution of propolis in the comb of Apis mellifera carnica
    BIOSPECTROSCOPY 72, 217-224, 2003.

    98. Spaethe, J., Brockmann, A., Sandeman,R. & J.TAUTZ: Colony flight activity of the Australian stingless bee Trigona carbonaria (Hymenoptera: Apidae) measured by a multi-channel event logger.
    J.Apicult.Res., submitted.

    99. TAUTZ,J.: Die Honigbiene – Neuigkeiten über ein bekanntes Insekt (mit CD-Rom zum Heft). Unterricht Biologie 283 (27), 4-13, 2003.

    100. TAUTZ J, Sandeman DC: Recruitment of honeybees to non-scented food sources.
    Journal of Comparative Physiology A 189 (4), 293-300, 2002.

    101. Chittka L, TAUTZ J: The spectral input to the honeybee visual odometry. Journal of Experimental Biology 206, 2393-2397, 2002.

    102. Seeley TD, Kleinhenz M, Bujok B, TAUTZ J: Thorough warm-up before take-off in honey bee swarms. Naturwissenschaften 90, 256-260, 2003.

    103. Kleinhenz M, Bujok B, TAUTZ J: Leben im Bienenstock. Unterricht Biologie 283 (27), 27-30 (Beihefter), 2003.

    104. TAUTZ J, Maier S, Groh C, Roessler W, Brockmann A.: Behavioral performance in adult honey bees is influenced by the temperature experienced during their pupal development. Proc.Nat.Acad.Sci.USA 100, 7343-7347, 2003.
    (commented in Science News www.sciencenews.org/20030524/fob3.asp)

    105. TAUTZ J: Bienentanz versetzt die Waben in Schwingung.
    Deutsches Bienen Journal 1, 16-18, 2003.

    106. TAUTZ J (2003) Wie fleißig sind Honigbienen wirklich? ADIZ 6, 7

    107. Sen Sarma,M., Esch, H. & J.TAUTZ: A comparison of the dance language in Apis mellifera carnica and Apis florea reveals striking similarities
    J.comp.Physiol. 190, 49-53, 2003.

    108. Pirk,Chr., Neumann, P., Hepburn,R., Moritz,R.F.A. & J.TAUTZ: Egg viability and worker policing in honey bees. Proc.Nat.Acad.Sci.USA 101, 8649-8651, 2004.

    Editors Choice in SCIENCE 304, 1720, 2004: S.Hurtley “Long live in queens eggs”
    Commented “Why do honey bee workers destroy each other´s eggs?” by R.Gadagkar in J.Biosci.29, 213-217, 2004.

    109. Streit,S., Bock,F., Pirk,Chr. & J.TAUTZ: Automatic Life-long monitoring of individual insect behaviour now possible.
    Zoology 169, 169-171 (cover story), 2003.

    110. TAUTZ,J: Neue Wege zu gesünderen Bienen – Früherkennung und Vorbeuge haben Priorität. ADIZ 11, 7-8, 2003.

    111. TAUTZ,J, Kleinhenz M, Bujok B & F.Fuchs: Raumklimatisierung: Meisterleistung der Honigbienen. ADIZ 12, 8-10, 2003.
    und
    Die neue Bienenzucht 6, 190-192 (cover-story), 2004.

    112. Groh,C., TAUTZ,J. & W.Rössler: Synaptic organization in the adult honey-bee brain is influenced by brood-temperature control during pupal development.
    Proc.Nat.Acad.Sci.USA 101, 4268-4273, 2004.

    113. Pirk,C.W.W., Hepburn, H.R., Radloff, S.E. & TAUTZ,J: Honeybee combs: construction through a liquid equilibrium process?
    Naturwissenschaften 91, 350-353, 2004 (cover story)

    114. TAUTZ, J., Zhang,S., Spaethe,J., Brockmann,A., Aung Si & M.Srinivasan: Honeybee odometry: performance in varying natural terrain.
    PLOS 2, 0915-0923, 2004
    (highlight and primer “Dances as Windows into Insect Perception” by Lars Chittka)

    115: Zhang, S., Bock, F., Si, A., TAUTZ,J. & Srinivasan, M.V.: Visual working memory in decision making by honeybees.
    Proc.Nat.Acad.Sci.USA 102, 5250-5255, 2004
    (Highlighted in “Faculty of 1000 highlights and evaluates the most interesting papers published in biology, based on the recommendations of well over 1400 selected leading scientists“ (http://f1000biology.com/article/15795382/evaluation).

    116. TAUTZ,J.: Wunderwerk aus Wachs.
    Deutsche Bienenzeitschrift 2004.

    117. Spaethe, J., TAUTZ,J. & L.Chittka: Do honeybees detect colour targets using serial or parallel visual search?
    J.Exp..Biol. 209, 987-993, 2006,

    118. Brockmann, A., Dietz,D., Spaethe,J. & J.Tautz: Beyond 9-ODA -
    Sex pheromone communication in the European honey bee Apis mellifera L.
    Chem. Ecol. 32, 657-667, 2006,
    Electronic version access under dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10886-005-9027-2

    119. Tan Ken, F. Bock, S. Fuchs, Sebastian Streit, A. Brockmann and J. TAUTZ
    Effects of brood temperature on honey bee (Apis mellifera L) wing morphology (in English)
    Acta Zoologica Sinica, 51(4), 768-771, 2005.

    120. Seeley, T.D., Reich, A.M. and J.TAUTZ: Does plastic comb foundation hinder waggle dance communication?
    Apidologie 36, 523-532, 2005.

    121. Streit,S., Bock,F. & J.TAUTZ: Der Trick mit dem Chip. VdBiol 3+4, 3-9, 2005.

    122. Spaethe, J., Brockmann,A., Halbig, Ch. & J.TAUTZ: Size determines antennal sensitivity and behavioral threshold to odors in bumblebee workers.
    Naturwissenschaften 2007
    online first DOI 10.1007/s00114-007-0251-1

    123. Schäfer, M.O., Dietemann, V., Pirk, C.W.W., Neumann, P., Crewe, R., Hepburn, H.R. TAUTZ,J. and K.Crailsheim: Individual vs. social pathway to honeybee
    worker reproduction (Apis mellifera): pollen or jelly as protein source for oogenesis?
    J Comp Physiol A, 192, 761-768, 2006.
    Online DOI 10.1007/s00359-006-0112-y

    124. Zhang, S., Schwarz, S., Pahl, M., Hong Zhu and J.TAUTZ: Honeybee memory: A Honey bee knows what to do and when.
    J.exp.Biol.209, 4420-4428, 2006.
        Highlighted by Sarah Clare “Honeybees make plans”, Inside JEB, ii, 2006.

    125. Kralj, J., Brockmann, A. Fuchs, S. & J.TAUTZ: The parasitic mite Varroa destructor affects non-associative learning of honey bee foragers Apis mellifera.
    J.comp.Physiol. 193, 363-370, 2007

    126. Su, S., Albert, S., Zhang, S., Maier, S. Chen, S., Du H. & J.TAUTZ: Non-destructive genotyping and genetic variation of fanning in a honeybee colony.
    Journal of Insect Physiology 53, 411-417, 2007

    127. Dyer, A.G., Whitney,H.M., Arnold, S.E.J., Glover,B.J. & L.Chittka: Bees associate warmth with floral colour. Nature 442, 525, 2006.
    Photo-documentation by: B.Bujok, M.Kleinhenz & J.TAUTZ, BEEgroup Würzburg

    128. Fehler, Kleinhenz, M., Klügl, F., Puppe, F. and J.TAUTZ: Caps and gaps: a computer model for studies on brood incubation strategies in honeybees (Apis mellifera carnica)
    Naturwissenschaften 94, 675-680, 2007

    129. Basile, R., Pirk, C.W.W. Pirk & J.TAUTZ: Trophallactic activities in the honeybee brood nest – Heaters get supplied with high performance fuel.
    ZOOLOGY 111, 433–441, 2008

    130. Schmid, M.R., Brockmann, A., Pirk, C.W.W., Stanley, D.W. and J.Tautz: Adult honeybees (Apis mellifera L.) abandon hemocytic, but not phenoloxidase-based immunity.
    J.Insect Physiol. 54, 439–444, 2008

    131. Pahl, M., Zhu, H., Pix, W., TAUTZ, J. & S. Zhang: Circadian timed episodic-like memory – a bee knows what to do when, and also where.
    J.Exp.Biol. 210, 3559-3567, 2007

    132. Gross, H.J., TAUTZ,J, Pahl, M., Si, A., Zhu, H. & S.Zhang:
    Number-based visual generalisation in the honeybee.
    PlosOne, 2008 submitted

    133. Su, S., Cai, F., Si, A., Zhang,S., TAUTZ,J. and S. Chen:
    East learns from west: Asiatic honeybees can understand the dances of European honeybees.
    PLoS ONE 3(6): e2365. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0002365 2008

    134. TAUTZ,J.: Cosa sanno le api sui fiori? Apoidea 4, 139-149, 2007

    135. TAUTZ,J.: Superorganismus Bienenstaat. Der Bien – ein Säugetier mit vielen Körpern.
    Biologie in unserer Zeit 1 (38) 2008, 22-29, 2008

    136. TAUTZ,J.: Was Bienen über Blumen wissen.
    Entomologie heute, 2008 im Druck

    137. Randolt, K., Gimple,O. Geißendörfer,J., Reinders,J., , Prusko,C., Albert, S., Müller,M. TAUTZ,J., & H.Beier: Immune-related proteins induced in the hemolymph after aseptic and septic injury differ in honey bee worker larvae and adults.
    Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology 69, 155-167, 2008

    138. TAUTZ,J. Was Bienen über Blumen wissen (in Russian).
    SCIENCE FIRST (Russia) 2008

    139. TAUTZ,J & M.Rostas: Honeybee buzz attenuates plant damage by caterpillars.
    Current Biology, in press 2008
     
    Symposia-abstracts from posters (P) or oral lectures (V), articles in yearbooks etc.

    1A. TAUTZ,J.: Medienvibrationsempfindliche Sinneshaare bei Schmetterlingsraupen: ein an biologische Reizquellen optimal angepasstes Sinnessystem.
    Verh.Dtsch.Zool.Ges.1978, 177, 1978. (V)

    2A. Pflüger,H.-J. & J.TAUTZ: Luftbewegungsempfindliche Sinneshaare und Interneurone bei der Wanderheuschrecke Locusta migratoria.
    Verh.Dtsch.Zool.Ges.1981, 170, 1981. (V)

    3A. Plummer,M.R., TAUTZ,J. & J.J.Wine: Response properties and output effect of identified mechanosensory interneurons in the crayfish, Procambarus clarkii.
    Neurosci.Abstr.8, 688, 1982. (P)

    4A. TAUTZ,J.: Aspects of water vibration localization in the crayfish.
    1984 regional meeting of the International Union of Physiological Sciences Jerusalem 1984, 295. (V)

    5A. Hamm,I. & J.TAUTZ: Interneurons sensitive to water movements in the 2nd abdominal ganglion of the crayfish.
    5th international meeting on insect sound and vibration, Marburg 1985, 50. (V)

    6A. TAUTZ,J.: Processing of 1st and 2nd antennal inputs by unimodal and multimodal interneurons in the brain of the crayfish.
    5th international meeting on insect sound and vibration, Marburg 1985, 50. (V)

    7A. Gnatzy,W., Bender,M. & J.TAUTZ: Das Tritocerebrum des Flußkrebses: Neuroanatomie.
    Verh.Dtsch.Zool.Ges.1986, 261, 1986. (P)

    8A. TAUTZ,J.: Verarbeitung antennaler mechano- und chemorezeptorischer Eingänge im Gehirn des Flußkrebses.
    In: Elsner,N. & W.Rathmayer (eds) Sensomotorik identifizierter Neurone. Beiträge zur 14.Göttinger Neurobiologentagung 1986, 61. (V)

    9A. TAUTZ,J.: Reception and localization of waterborne vibrations by antennae and uropods in crayfish.
    1st international congress of neuroethology Tokio 1986, 53. (V)

    10A. Breithaupt, T. & J.TAUTZ: Vibration sensitivity of the crayfish statocyst.
    6th international meeting on insect sound and vibration.
    Gamle Avernaes, Dänemark 1987, 49. (P)

    11A. TAUTZ,J. & K.Schütte: Antennal scanning movements in crustaceans with and without guidance by tailfan vibration receptors.
    6th international meeting on insect sound and vibration.
    Gamle Avernaes, Dänemark 1987, 50. (P)

    12A. Narins,P., Ehret,G. & J.TAUTZ: An accessory pathway for sound transfer to the frog's ear.
    ARO meeting Florida 1988. (V)

    13A. TAUTZ,J., Ehret,G. & P.Narins: Gibt es Frösche mit 4 Ohren? Laservibrationsmessungen an Laubfröschen.
    Verh.Dtsch.Zool.Ges.1988, 303. (P)

    14A. Breithaupt,T. & J.TAUTZ: Vibrationsempfindlichkeit der Flußkrebsstatocyste.
    Verh.Dtsch.Zool.Ges.1988, 288. (P)

    15A. Schütte,K., Kaiser,U. & J.TAUTZ: Are the antennae of decapod crustaceans pointers towards water vibration sources?
    In: Elsner,N. & F.G.Barth (eds.) Sense organs interfaces between environment and behaviour. Proc 16th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference 1988, 85. Thieme, Stuttgart, New York (P)

    16A. Breithaupt,T. & J.TAUTZ: Vibration sensitivity of the crayfish statocyst. In: Elsner,N. & F.G.Barth (eds) Sense organs interfaces between environment and behaviour. Proc 16th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference 1988. 84. Thieme, Stuttgart New York (P)

    17A. Hamm,I. & J.TAUTZ: Body movements modulate the sensitivity to water vibration in a crayfish. In: Elsner,N. & F.G.Barth (eds) Sense organs interfaces between environment and behaviour. Proc 16th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference 1988. 6. Thieme, Stuttgart New York (P)

    18A. Breithaupt,T., Bleckmann,H. & J.TAUTZ: The time course and spectral energy distribution of hydrodynamic flow fields caused by moving fish, frog, and crayfish. In:Proc 17th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference 1989. (P)

    19A. Ebina,Y., Plummer,M., TAUTZ,J. & B.Schmitz: A neural circuit with feedforward and -backward connections: model calculations and experimental results. In: Proc 17th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference 1989. (P)

    20A. Blickhan,R., Bleckmann,H., Breithaupt,T. & J.TAUTZ: The spatial distribution, time course and spectral energy content of hydrodynamic flow fields caused by swimming trout.
    In: Erber,J., Menzel,R., Pflüger,H.-J. & D.Todt (eds) Neural mechanisms of behavior. Proc 2nd international congress of neuroethology. Berlin 1989. Thieme, Stuttgart New York (P)

    21A. TAUTZ,J., Schmitz,B., Ehret,G. & P.Narins: The lung-tympanum pathway for sound transfer in the neotropical frog Eleuterodactylus coqui.
    In: Erber, J., Menzel,R., Pflüger,H.-J. & D.Todt (eds) Neural mechanisms of behavior. Proc 2nd international congress of neuroethology. Berlin 1989. Thieme, Stuttgart New York (P)

    22A. Uhl,R. & J.TAUTZ: Verhaltensoptimierung der präkopulatorischen Bewachung bei Gammarus.
    Verh.Dtsch.Zool.Ges.1990, 659 (P).

    23A. TAUTZ,J.: Crustacean mechanoreceptive hairs: diverse in structure and function.
    SEB meeting Birmingham/England 1991 (V).

    24A. Menzel,J., Schlumberger,A. & J.TAUTZ: Vibrationssignale bei Camponotus floridanus.
    Verh.Dtsch.Zool.Ges. 1991 (P)

    25A. Kaiser,U. & J.TAUTZ: Die Gnathopoden von Gammarus spec.: Morphologie und Bedeutung im Amplexusverhalten.
    Crustaceologen-Tagung Heidelberg 47, 1991 (V).

    26A. TAUTZ,J., Broecker,I. & W.Kirchner: Vibrational communication in the dampwood termite Zootermopsis nevadensis.
    8th international meeting on insect sound and vibration.
    Pommersfelden 1992, 72 (P).

    27A. Menzel,J. & J.TAUTZ: Vibration sensitivity in the ant Camponotus.
    In: Elsner,N. & M.Heisenberg (eds) Gene-brain-behaviour. Proc 21st Göttingen Neurobiology Conference1993. 229. (P).

    28A. Roces,F., TAUTZ,J. & B.Hölldobler: Short-range recruitment through plant-borne vibrations.
    IUSSI Öland, 1993 (V).

    29A. TAUTZ,J., Roces,F. & B.Hölldobler: Ants use a vibratom when cutting leaves.
    9th international meeting on insect sound and vibration.
    Graz 1994. (P).

    30A. Kleineidam, Ch. & J.TAUTZ: Elektrophysiologische und morphologische Charakterisierung von Kohlendioxid-Rezeptoren bei der Blattschneiderameise Atta cephalotes.
    Electrophysiology and morphology of carbondioxid-receptors in the leaf-cutting ant Atta cephalotes.
    DZG Kaiserlautern 1995. (P).

    31A. Casas,J., Bacher,S., TAUTZ,J. & R.Meyhöfer: Leaf vibrations and near field air displacement in a leafminer-parasitoid system.
    XX International Congress of Entomology Firenze, Italy1996 (V).

    32A. Raub. U. & J.TAUTZ: The drumming behaviour of the carpenter ant Camponotus ligniperda - individual reactivity and group behaviour.
    XX International Congress of Entomology Firenze, Italy1996 (P).

    33A. Kleineidam,Chr. & J.TAUTZ: Carbon dioxide receptors in the leaf cutting ant Atta cephalotes.
    In: Elsner,N. & H.U.Schnitzler (eds) . Proc 24nd Göttingen Neurobiology Conference1996. 260 (P).

    34A. Rohrseitz,K. & J.TAUTZ: Can the antennae play a role in dance communication in honeybees?
    Verh.Dtsch.Zool.Ges. 1997, 377 (P).

    35A. Raub, U., TAUTZ, J. & B.Hölldobler: The alarm signal of Camponotus ligniperdus.
    Verh.Dtsch.Zool.Ges. 1997, 375 (P).

    36A. Rohrseitz,K. & J.TAUTZ: Can the antennae play a role in dance communication in honeybees?
    In: Elsner,N. & H.Wässle (eds). Proc 25th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference 1997, 330 (P).

    37A. Kleineidam, Ch. & J.TAUTZ: Response characteristics of carbon dioxide receptors in the leaf cutting ant Atta sexdens.
    In: Elsner,N. & H.Wässle (eds). Proc 25th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference 1997, 408 (P).

    38A. Rohrseitz,K. & J.TAUTZ: Can the antennae play a role in dance communication in honeybees?
    Ethology (IEC XXV) 32, 113, 1997 (P).

    39A. Spaethe,J., S.Schäfer & J.TAUTZ: Active and passive thorax/abdominal flexion in dead, walking and dance-following bees.
    Ethology (IEC XXV) 32, 107,1997 (P).

    40A. Raub,U., TAUTZ,J. & B.Hölldobler: Drumming signals in carpenter ants Camponotus ligniperdus modulate the reactivity of the ants.
    Ethology (IEC XXV) 32, 141,1997 (P).

    41A. TAUTZ,J.: Sensory ecology of honeybee communication.
    Ethology (IEC XXV) 32, 15,1997 (V).

    42A. Kleineidam, Chr. & J.TAUTZ: CO2 perception and its biological role in ants: monitoring a climatic parameter or cue for orientation?
    Ethology (IEC XXV) 32, 105,1997 (P).

    43A. TAUTZ, J.: How caterpillars detect predatory paper-wasps -
    a case study in sensory ecology (with emphasis on the research methods used for unravelling an air-movement detector).
    Boln.Asoc.esp.Ent., Suppl.Vol.21: 79, 1997 (V).

    44A. Kleineidam, C. & J.TAUTZ: Response characteristics of carbon dioxide receptors and its biological role in ants.
    5th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO) Vol.5, 21. (ed.A.M.Angioy, B.S.Hansson, K.-E.Kaissling & N.J.Strausfeld). Villasimius, Italy, Sept. 1997 (V).

    45A. TAUTZ, J., Spaethe,J., Sandeman,R. and D.C.Sandeman: Honeybee abdominal posture and the detection of gravity.
    Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society 9, 189, 1998 (P).

    46A. TAUTZ, J.: The honeybee comb as a means for "speaking to the masses"
    In: Elsner,N. & R.Wehner (eds) New Neuroethology on the move.
    Proc 26th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference1998. 92 (V).
     (V)

    47A. Rohrseitz,K. & J.TAUTZ: A classical hypothesis in honeybee dance communication tested with a new technology.
    In: Elsner,N. & R.Wehner (eds) New Neuroethology on the move.
    Proc 26th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference1998. 93 (V)

    48A. Schöller,M. & J.TAUTZ: Communication and orientation of the honeybee Apis mellifera carnica in a deciduous forest.
    In: Elsner,N. & R.Wehner (eds) New Neuroethology on the move.
    Proc 26th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference1998. 104 (P)

    49A. Spaethe,J., Schürkens,S. & J.TAUTZ: The influence of distance, direction and kind of a food source on the location of honeybee dances on the comb.
    In: Elsner,N. & R.Wehner (eds) New Neuroethology on the move.
    Proc 26th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference1998. 105 (P)

    50A. Fröhlich,B., Spaethe,J., Krack,S., TAUTZ,J. & M.Riederer: Different waxes of Apis mellifera L. (Hymenoptera: Apidae) and their possible role in the chemical communication in the hive.
    In: Elsner,N. & R.Wehner (eds) New Neuroethology on the move.
    Proc 26th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference1998. 100 (P).

    51A. Kleineidam,Ch. & J.TAUTZ: Carbon dioxide receptors and its role for orientation in ants.
    In: Elsner,N. & R.Wehner (eds) New Neuroethology on the move.
    Proc 26th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference1998. 383 (P)

    52A. TAUTZ,J., Lindauer,M. & D.C.Sandeman: Die Bienenwabe als Kommunikationsnetz.
    Jahrbuch 1996 Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur Mainz, p.136-143 (mit Farbtafel), 1997.

    53A. Sandeman,D.C. & J.TAUTZ: Das Bienenbein als Mikrophon für die Schwingungen der Bienenwabe.
    Jahrbuch Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur Mainz. 135-137, 1995.

    54A. TAUTZ,J. & M.Lindauer: Treffpunkt Tanzboden der Honigbienen.
    Jahrbuch 1994 Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur Mainz.
    137-139, 1995.

    55A. Kleineidam,C., Ernst,R., Roces,F. & J,TAUTZ: Nest construction and climatisation of the leaf cutting ant Atta vollenweideri.
    Zoology 101, 83, 1998, (P DZG).

    56A. Weidenmüller,A. & J.TAUTZ: Control of pollen collection in honey bee colonies.
    Zoology 101, 86, 1998, (P DZG).

    57A. Kleineidam,Chr. & J.TAUTZ: CO2 perception and its biological role in ants: monitoring a climatic parameter or cue for orientation? (same title as #42, but other poster)
    BMBF "Learning from nature" Göttingen 1998
    (award winning poster, selected by M.Eigen, E.Neher et al.).

    58A. TAUTZ,J. & M.Lindauer: Über Karl von Frischs Sternfolie zur Analyse des Polarisationsmusters des Himmels. Zoologie 1997. Mitteilungen der DZG, 12-13, 1997.

    59A. Bujok,B., Kleinhenz,M., Fuchs,S. & J.TAUTZ: Differentiation of thoracic temperatures of honey bee workers (Apis mellifera) in the capped brood region of a colony.
    IV.Polsko-niemieckie Sympozjum: "Neue Anforderungen an die Bienenzucht für das 21.Jahrhundert", Hohen Neudorf 1998, 21 (P).

    60A. TAUTZ,J.: Prof.Dr.Dr.h.c.mult.Martin Lindauer - eine Forscherlegende wird 80.
    Der Bienenfreund 1998.

    61A. Fuchs,S., Dornhaus,A., Hager,R., Klügl,F., Puppe,F. & J.TAUTZ: A parasite-host simulation perspective on virulence in Varroa jacobsoni.
    Proc.XII Cingress of IUSSI Adelaide (ed.M.P.Schwarz & K.Hagedorn) 1998 (V).

    62A. Rohrseitz,K. & J.TAUTZ: The antennae might play a role in dance communication in honeybees.
    5th International meeting of the Int.Soc.Neuroethol.San Diego 1998, 214, 1998 (P).

    63A. Sandeman, D.C., TAUTZ,J. & M.Lindauer: Substrate-borne signals and communication between honeybees.
    Meeting Canberra 12/1998 (V).

    64A. Fröhlich, B.TAUTZ,J. & M.Riederer: Welche Bedeutung haben Wabenwachse für die chemische Orientierung im Stock der Honigbienen?
    Apidologie 1999 (P)

    65A. Weidenmüller,A. & J.TAUTZ: Pollen - immer nur Pollen? Wie spezialisiert sind sammelnde Honigbienen? Pollen, nothing but pollen? - How specialised are honey bee foragers?
    Apidologie 1999 (P) AG Tagung Marburg
    (3rd in an award-winning poster contest)

    66A. Spaethe,J., TAUTZ,J. & L.Chittka: Der Einfluss der Blütenfarbe und -größe auf die Sammeleffizienz von Bombus terrestris. The influence of flower color and size on foraging efficiency in Bombus terrestris.
    Apidologie 1999 (P)

    67A.TAUTZ,J. & M.Frech: Vibrometer bitten zum Tanz. Polytec Info 4/96, 6-7, 1996.

    68A. Bujok,B., Kleinhenz,M., Fuchs,S. & J.TAUTZ: Differentiation of thoracic temperatures of honey bee workers (Apis mellifera) in the capped brood region of a colony. (same titel as #59, but other poster)
    Apidologie 1999 (P) AG Tagung Marburg
    (2nd in an award-winning poster contest)

    69A. Fröhlich,B., TAUTZ,J. & M.Riederer: Discrimination of beewaxes by chemical analyses and by honeybees. Unterscheidung von Bienenwachsen aus der Sicht der Analytik und der Honigbienen.
    IUSSI Stuttgart-Hohenheim 41, 1999 (P)

    70A. Weidenmüller,A., Kleineidam,Ch. & J.TAUTZ: Individual fanning response and the control of nest climate in bumble bee colonies.
    Fächelnde Hummeln: Individuelle Reaktionsschwellen und deren Bedeutung für die Nestklimatisierung.
    IUSSI Stuttgart-Hohenheim 94, 1999 (V)
    (1st in an award-winning oral presentation contest)


    71A. Spaethe,J. TAUTZ,J. & L.Chittka: Foraging behaviour in bumble bees: the influence of flower size and flower color on foraging efficiency and flight pattern.
    Sammelverhalten bei Hummeln: Einfluß von Blütengröße und Blütenfarbe auf Sammeleffizienz und Flugverhalten.
    IUSSI Stuttgart-Hohenheim 87, 1999 (V)

    72A. TAUTZ,J. & M.Lindauer: The nest of the honey bee. signal transmission and information storage.
    Ital.Entomol. Akademie Florenz 1999 (V)

    73A. Weidenmüller,A. Kleineidam,Ch. & J.TAUTZ: Individual fanning response and the control of nest climate in bumble bee colonies.
    TMR workshop Sheffield 1999 (V).

    74A. Spaethe,J., TAUTZ,J. & L.Chittka: Foraging behavior in Bombus terrestris: the influence of flower size and flower color on foraging efficiency and flight pattern.
    TMR workshop Sheffield 1999 (V).

    75A. Kleineidam,Ch., Ernst,R., Roces,F. & J.TAUTZ: Sensory ecology of CO2 perception in leaf-cutting ants.
    IUSSI Stuttgart-Hohenheim 60, 1999 (V)

    76A. Baumann, K.-H. & V.Arzt (J.TAUTZ, M.Kleinhenz & B.Bujok responsible for the thermovision-sequences): Queen for one summer - the life of the bumblebees (Königin für einen Sommer - aus dem Leben der Hummeln).
    45-minute-TV-film-production by WDR.
    award winning:
    -gold medal on BIOVISION 2000;
    -innovation award on WILDLIFE EUROPE 1999
    -silver medal on NATURALE 2000
    -Merit award for macrophotography  and
    -Merit award for presentation of biological information
       on 23.Int.Wildlife Filmfestival Missoula, Montana USA 2000
    -Premio al mejor Film de ensenanza (=best educational film)
       on 21.Int.Festival of scientific film in Ronda Spanien 2000.
    -Bronze medal on the „New York Festival category nature/animals 2001.

    77A. Sandeman, D.C., TAUTZ,J. & M.Lindauer. Leben in einer vertikalen Welt - wie sich Honigbienen nach der Schwerkraft richten.
    Jahrbuch 1998 Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur Mainz. 213-219, 1999.

    78A. TAUTZ,J.: Bienenwaben sind wirklich optimal.
    Spektrum der Wissenschaft 2, 7, 2000.

    79A. Eggelbusch, K., Fuchs, S., & J.TAUTZ:
    Agentenbasierte Simulation zum Ausbreitungsverhalten des Honigbienenschädlings Varroa jacaobsoni Oudemans - Eine populationsdynamische Darstellung des Milbenbefalls bei interagierenden Bienenvölkern unter Verwendung der Shell für Simulierte Agentensysteme (SeSAm).  14. ASIM - Workshop Simulation and Artificial Intelligence on Multi-Agent Systems and Individual-Based Simulation, Universität Würzburg, 2000 (P)

    80A. Weidenmüller, A., Kleineidam, Chr. & J.TAUTZ: Individual fanning response and the control of nest climate in bumble bee colonies.
    8th international behabioral ecology congress
    ISBE Zürich 2000, 209 (V).

    81A. Spaethe, J., TAUTZ, J. & L.Chittka: Foraging economics in bumble bees: do larger bees do a better job?
    8th international behavioral ecology congress
    ISBE Zürich 2000, 185 (V).

    82A. TAUTZ,J.: Bienen nutzen ihre Waben als Kommunikationsnetz.
    BLICK: Forschung Lehre Dienstleistungen 89, 89-90, 1997 (Universität Würzburg).

    83A. TAUTZ,J.: Leben in einer vertikalen Welt - wie sich Honigbienen nach der Schwerkraft richten.
    ADIZ, Imkerfreund und Die Biene 6/2000, 6-8, 2000.

    84A. Spaethe,J. TAUTZ,J. & L.Chittka: Sehen grosse Hummeln besser? Blütendetektion und Größenpolimorphismus bei der Erdhummel (Bombus terrestris).
    AG Tagung Blaubeuren 2000 (V).

    85A. Weidenmüller,A., Kleineidam, Chr. & J.TAUTZ: Control of nest climate in bumble bee colonies.
    AG Tagung Blaubeuren 2000 (P).

    86A. C.Thom, T.Seeley & J.TAUTZ: Dynamics in the allocation of labor to nectar foraging.
    AG Tagung Blaubeuren 2000 (P).
    (Evenius-Preis 2000 - award winning for the best poster presentation)

    87A. Fuchs,S., Sen Sarma,M., Fischer,T., Werber, Ch., Biswas,S. & J.TAUTZ: Piping and hissing in A.florea - an alerting dialog.
    8th international behavioral ecology congress
    ISBE Zürich 2000, 58 (P).

    88A. TAUTZ,J.: Biologen entdecken Kilometerzähler der Bienen.
    BLICK: Forschung Lehre Dienstleistungen 1/2000, 36-37, 2000 Universität Würzburg.

    89A. Weidenmüller,A., Kleineidam, Ch. & J.TAUTZ: The response threshold concept and nest climate control in bumble bees.
    TMR workshop Florenz 2000 (P).

    90A. Spaethe,J., TAUTZ,J. & L.Chittka: Foraging economics in bumble bee colonies.
    TMR workshop Florenz 2000 (P).

    91A. SenSarma,M., Fuchs, S., TAUTZ,J. & Gadagkar,R.: Head pushing - a novel behavior for debris removal in the Asian dwarf bee, Apis florea.
    8th international behavioral ecology congress
    ISBE Zürich 2000, 179 (P).

    92A. Thom,C., Seeley, T. & J.TAUTZ: „Dynamics of nectar foraging in honey bee colonies“
    8th international behavioral ecology congress
    ISBE Zürich 2000, 197 (P).

    93A. Bujok,B., Kleinhenz,M., Fuchs, S. and J.TAUTZ: Thermal response of honeybee workers to temparature manipulation of sealed brood (Apis mellifera carnica).
    5th Polish-German apicultural symposium in Pulawy, Poland, 2000 (P)
    Pszcezelnicze Zeszyty Naukowe Rok XLIV, Nr.2, 343-344, 2000.

    94A. Dornhaus, A, Chittka, L. and J. TAUTZ: Communication about food sources in social bees - a matter of survival?
    Biological communication – a matter of survival.
    Symposium University Wageningen 11/2000 (V)

    95A. S.Streit, S.Fuchs, F.Puppe & J.TAUTZ
    Population modelling of Varroa jacobsoni using SeSAm, a Multi Agent based
    simulation
    MOMEDITO-Tagung Prag 2000 (V)

    96A. TAUTZ,J.: Book review „The extended organism“ by J.Scott Turner.
    EMBO Reports 1 (6), 468, 2000.

    97A. TAUTZ,J & F.Roces: Was Ameisen hören.
    Spektrum der Wissenschaften 3, ,10, 2001.

    98A. TAUTZ,J., Lindauer,M. & D.C.Sandeman: Schwingende Wegweiser zur Tänzerin: räumlich stabiles Muster an Zellwandbewegungen.
    Jahrbuch 1999 Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur Mainz, p.195-199 (mit Farbtafel), 2000.

    99A.Groh, C., Altwein,M., Brockmann,AS. & J.TAUTZ: Effect of ZnSO4 on the antennal chemosensory system of the honeybee, Apis mellifera: 1. Reduced sugar (contact chemosensory) elicited PER response.
    Göttingen 2001 (P).

    100A. Altwein,M., Groh,C., Brockmann,A. & J.TAUTZ: Effect of ZnSO4 on the antennal chemosensory system of the honeybee, Apis mellifera: 2. Unaltered olfactory evoked EAG-response.
    Göttingen 2001 (P).

    101A. Groh,C., Altwein,M., Brockmann, A. & J.TAUTZ: Chemical ablation of taste in Apis mellifera
    EURAPIS-Conference, Patras 2001 (P).

    102A. Altwein,M., Groh,C., Brockmann,A.. & J.TAUTZ: Activity of antennal chemoreceptors in response to odors.
    EURAPIS-Conference, Patras 2001 (P).

    103A. Fröhlich,B., Riederer,M. & J.TAUTZ: Wax recognition by honeybees
    EURAPIS-Conference, Patras 2001 (P).

    104A. Rybak,J., Mader,M., & J.TAUTZ: Visualisation of synaptic boutons in brain in whole mount brains of insects.
    Italy meeting 2001 (P).

    105A. Groh,C., Brockmann,A. & J.TAUTZ: Chemische Ausschaltung der antennalen Kontakt-Chemosensorik bei Apis mellifera
    Apidologie 32, 498-499, 2001 (V).

    106A. Werber,Ch., Fuchs,S. & J.TAUTZ: Piping und Hissing bei der Zwerghonigbiene, Apis florea – ein alamierender Dialog?
    Apidologie 32, 498-501, 2001 (V).

    107A. Ullrich,R., Wolf,B., Brockmann,A. & J.TAUTZ: Charakterisierung der Proboscis-Streckreaktion bei Hummeln.
    Apidologie 32, 498-499, 2001 (V).

    108A. Wolf,B., Ulrich,R., Spaethe,J. & J.TAUTZ: Einfluss von Motivation, Alter und Körpergrösse auf die Zucker-Reaktionsschwelle bei Hummeln
    AG-Tagung 2001 Mayen (P).

    109A. Thom,C., TAUTZ,J. & D.Gilley: Das piping-Signal der Honigbienen: Beobachtungen an Arbeiterinnen.
    Apidologie 32, 503-505, 2001 (V).

    110A. Kleinhenz, M. Bujok, B., Fuchs, S. & J.TAUTZ: Die Körpertemperatur von Arbeitsbienen (Apis mellifera carnica) beim Besuch von Wabenzellen.
    (Evenius-Preis 2001 - award winning for the best poster presentation)
    Apidologie 32, 501-502, 2001 (V).

    111A. TAUTZ,J.: Book review „The brain´s sense of movement“ by Alain Berthoz.
    EMBO Reports 2 (4), 270, 2001.

    112A. Werber, Ch., Kleinhenz, M. & J.TAUTZ: Die Bienentanzkommunikation am Beispiel der Honigbiene Apis mellifera.
    Life Science Live – Münchner Wissenschaftstage Juni 2001 (P).

    113A. Werber, Ch., Kleinhenz, M., TAUTZ, J., Fuchs, S. & M.SenSarma: Piping und Hissing – eine besondere Alarmkommunikation der Zwerhonigbiene Apis florea.
    Life Science Live – Münchner Wissenschaftstage Juni 2001 (P).

    114A. Thom,C., TAUTZ,J. & D.Gilley: Worker piping in honey bee colonies: observations on nectar foragers.
    TMR workshop Granada 2001 (P).

    115A. Schöller, M, Fröhlich,B., TAUTZ,J., Riederer,M., Kiefer, W. and J. Popp: Eine Raman-Spektroskopische Analyse der räumlichen Verteilung von Propolis in den Waben von Apis mellifera carnica Pollm.
    Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft deutscher Chemiker Würzburg, 2001 (P).

    116A. Harald E. Esch, Shaowu Zhang, Mandyam Srinivasan, and Juergen TAUTZ:
    Direction and amount of optic flow perceived in a narrow tunnel determine dance patterns of honeybees.
    ICN Bonn 2001 (P).

    117A. TAUTZ,J.: Superorganismus Bienenstaat: Arbeitsteilung und Kommunikation.
    www.lebenswissen.de/1veranstlat/index-1.htm (V).
    Life Science Live Leipzig 2001.

    118A. Groh, C., Demmel, H. & J.TAUTZ: Fernsehsendung über Bienen und Hummeln im Tigerentenclub 2001.
    (Sendungen: 11.08.01 ARD; 11.08.01 Kinderkanal; 12.08.01 SWR III)

    119A. TAUTZ,J.: Book review „Robo Sapiens“ by Peter Menzel and Faith ´D´Aluisio.
    EMBO Reports 2 (7), 2001.

    120A. Kleinhenz,M., Bujok,B., Fuchs, S. & J.TAUTZ: Regulation of brood nest temperature in honeybee colonies (Apis mellifera carnica).
    Fourth European Workshop on Invertebrate Ecophysiology, St.Petersburg, 2001 (V).

    121 A. Rybak, J., TAUTZ,J. u.a.: Staatenbildende Insekten – Neurobiologie des Verhaltens.
    IUMAX Universität Würzburg Juni 2001 (P und lebende Tiere).

    122 A: Groh, C., Brockmann, A., Fröhlich, B. and J.TAUTZ: Effect of ZnSO4 on the antennal chemosensory system of the honeybee Apis mellifera.
    IUSSI Berlin, 193, 2001 (P).

    123 A: TAUTZ,J. Book review “Evolution and Human Behaviour: Darwinian Perspectives on Human Nature” by John Cartwright.
    EMBO Reports 2 (9), 1-2, 2001.

    124 A: Fuchs, S,, Sen Sarma, M., Werber, Ch., TAUTZ, J.:The cry of the honeybee (Apis florea).
    IUSSI Berlin, 164,  2001 (P).

    125 A: Thom,C., Gilley,D. & J.TAUTZ: Worker piping in honey bee colonies.
    IUSSI Berlin, 34, 2001 (P).

    126 A. Werber, Ch., Kleinhenz, M. & J.TAUTZ: Die Bienentanzkommunikation am Beispiel der Honigbiene Apis mellifera.
    Contribution on honeybees for a CD for schools edited by VdBiol. 2001

    127 A. Werber, Ch., Kleinhenz, M., TAUTZ, J., Fuchs, S. & M.SenSarma: Piping und Hissing – eine besondere Alarmkommunikation der Zwerghonigbiene Apis florea.
    Contribution on honeybees for a CD for schools edited by VdBiol. 2001

    128 A.: SenSarma, M., TAUTZ,J., Schöller, M. & R.Gadagkar: Do landscapes influence distance estimation in honeybees?
    IUSSI Berlin, 166 2001 (P).

    129 A: TAUTZ,J., Lindauer,M. & D.C.Sandeman: Die Arbeitsgruppe Bienenforschung am Biozentrum der Universität Würzburg berichtet.
    Jahrbuch 2000 Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur Mainz, p.195-199 (mit Farbtafel), 2001.

    130 A: TAUTZ,J. : Book review „Thieves, Deceivers and Killers: Tales of Chemistry in Nature“ by W.Agosta.
    EMBO-Reports 2 (11), 979, 2001.

    131 A.: Gniwotta,F., Fröhlich, B., Riederer,M., & J.TAUTZ: Erkennungsschlüssel im Wabenwachs der Honigbiene (Apis mellifera).
    Apidologie 32, 505-506, 2001 (V).

    132A: TAUTZ,J.: Tanzsprache: Lügende Bienen enthüllen die Wahrheit.
    BLICK: Forschung Lehre Dienstleistungen 2/2001, 64-65, 2001 (Universität Würzburg).

    133 A: Sen Sarma, M., Fuchs, S., TAUTZ, J., Gadagkar, R., Werber, Ch., Fischer, T. & S. Biswas: The problems of being exposed: solutions from the Asian dwarf honeybee Apis florea
    Advances in Ethology 36, 263. 2001 (P).

    134 A: TAUTZ,J. & Ch.Werber: Die Wabe der Honigbienen – ein “Festnetz” zur Nachrichtenübermittlung.
    Contribution on honeybees for a CD for schools edited by VdBiol. 2001

    135 A: TAUTZ,J., Lindauer,M. & D.C.Sandeman: Die Arbeitsgruppe Bienenforschung am Biozentrum der Universität Würzburg berichtet.
    Jahrbuch 2001 Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur Mainz, p.199-202, 2002.

    136 A: Groh, C. TAUTZ,J., Strohm, E. & J. Rybak : Reconstrucring the beewolf brain Philanthus triangulum F.
    DZG Jena 2002 (P).


    137 A: Bujok,B., Kleinhenz,M., Fuchs, S. & J.TAUTZ: Brood incubation strategies of individual honeybee workers (Apis mellifera carnica)
    DZG Jena 2002 (P).

    138 A: Kleinhenz,M., Bujok,B., Fuchs, S. & J.TAUTZ: Die Thoraxtemperaturen von Arbeiterbienen innerhalb von Wabenzellen.
    Apidologie 33, 496, 2002.
    Award winning poster

    139 A: Spaethe, J., Brockmann, A., Sandeman, R. & J. TAUTZ: Die Flugaktivität am Nest der australischen stachellosen Biene Trigona carbonaria.
    DZG Jena 2002 (P).

    140 A: TAUTZ,J. : book review “Connected lives: more than the sum of all parts”
    EMBO 2, 306, 2002.

    141 A. Spaethe,J. Brockmann,A., Sandeman,R. & J.TAUTZ: Die Flugaktivität am Nest der australischen stachellosen Biene Trigona carbonaria.
    AG-Tagung Celle 2002 (P).

    142 A: Brockmann, A., Spaethe, J., Krohne,G. & J. TAUTZ:
    Größenunterschiede zwischen Hummelarbeiterinnen und ihre Auswirkung auf die Geruchssinnesorgane.
    AG-Tagung Celle 2002 (P).

    143 A: Bujok,B., Kleinhenz,M., Fuchs, S. & J.TAUTZ: Beobachtungen zum Brutwärmeverhalten von Arbeiterbienen (Apis mellifera carnica).
    Apidologie 33, 497, 2002.
    Award winning poster durch „Freunde des Niedersächsischen Bienen-Institutes“.

    144 A: TAUTZ,J.: Hummeln: Gehirn als Flugbremse.
    BLICK: Forschung Lehre Dienstleistungen 1/2002, 59, 2002 (Universität Würzburg).

    145 A: TAUTZ,J.: Raffinierte Vibrationen weisen Bienen den Weg.
    BLICK: Forschung Lehre Dienstleistungen 1/2002, 66, 2002 (Universität Würzburg).

    146 A: J. Spaethe, A. Brockmann & J. TAUTZ: Brain polymorphism and division of
    labor in bumble bees.
    IUSSI Sapporo 2002 im Symposium "INFORMATION PROCESSING
    IN THE BRAIN OF SOCIAL INSECTS" (V).

    147 A: J.TAUTZ: Heiße Bienen sorgen im Stock für Nestwärme.
    BLICK: Forschung Lehre Dienstleistungen 2/2002, 59, 2002 (Universität Würzburg).

    148 A: J.TAUTZ, M.Lindauer, T.Seeley: Vibrationspulse als Auslöser für das Aufheizen eines Bienenschwarmes vor dem Abflug.
    Jahrbuch 2002 Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur Mainz, p.xxxx, 2002.

    149 A: TAUTZ,J. A.Brockmann: Killer bees – taming the swarm.
    Film for the BBC and DISCOVERY Channel. UK and USA market.
    Contributions on sensory physiology of honeybees. January 2003.

    150 A: TAUTZ, J. and “beeple” Mitarbeit an ZDF-Fernsehsendung über Honigbienen, 2003.

    151 A: Brockmann, A., Spaethe, J., Harbig, Ch & J. TAUTZ: Micro- and macrosmat workers in Bombus terrestris: Allometry in an olfactorysystem and its consequences for olfactory sensitivity.
    Neurobiologen Göttingen 2003

    152 A: Rybak, J., Groh, C., Meyer, Ch., Strohm, E.& J. J.TAUTZ: 3-D reconstruction of the beewolf brain, Philanthus triangulum F.
    Neurobiol.Göttingen 2003.

    153 A: Pirk, C.W.W., Hepburn, H.R., Hepburn, C. and J Tautz:
    The effects of environmental and genetic factors determining the cell size of honeybee comb.
    Proceedings of the XXXVIII th Apimondia International Apicultural Congress; Ljubljana, Slovenia, August 24-29, 2003

    154 A: Streit, S. TAUTZ, J. Fuchs, S. & F. PuppeModelling the dynamic of spread and virulence of parasites in honey bee populations in particular the parasitic mite Varroa destructor.
    Apimondia 2003

    155 A: Pirk, Ch.W.W., Hepburn, H.R., Radloff, S.E., Hepburn, C. & J.TAUTZ (2003)
    The structure of honeybee cells – round or hexagonal?
    Apidologie 34

    156 A: Labor-Journal “beeple”-Beitrag 2003.

    157 A: TAUTZ,J. & M.Riederer:Interview mit einer Honigbiene.
    DFG-forschung 2/2004, 20-23, 2004.

    158 A: Philipp Reis war nicht der Erste – das Jahrmillionen alte Telefonnetz der Honigbienen
    Physikalische Gesellschaft Frankfurt/Main, Jahrbuch 2002, 2004.

    159 A: Bujok,B. & J.TAUTZ (2003) Zellbesuche im gedeckelten Brutbereich der Honigbiene.
    Apidologie 34, 491

    160 A: Kleinhenz,M. & J.TAUTZ (2003): Computer-basierte Farbmarkierung an Honigbienen.
    Apidologie , 34, 488-489

    161 A: Dietz,D., Brockmann,A., Spaethe,J. & J.TAUTZ (2003) 9ODA +? New results for old experiments with a drone caroussel.
    Apidologie 34

    162 A: TAUTZ,J.(2003) Mit chips bepackte Bienen haben keine Geheimnisse mehr
    BLICK: Forschung Lehre Dienstleistungen 2/2003, 70-71, 2003 Universität Würzburg.
    (cover story)

    163 A: TAUTZ,J.(2003) Klügere Bienen durch gut geheizte Kinderstube.
    BLICK: Forschung Lehre Dienstleistungen 2/2003, 72-73, 2003 Universität Würzburg.

    164 A: TAUTZ, J.(2003) So überwintern die Honigbienen.
    MediZini (Apothekenblatt für Kinder) 12-2003.

    165 A: TAUTZ,J.(2004) Book review „Sex wars“ by M.E.N.Majerus
    EMBO Reports 5 (3), 2004

    166 A: TAUTZ,J. & M.Riederer (2004) Honigbienen erkennen das Alter ihres Wachses.
    BLICK. Forschung Lehre Dienstleistungen in press, 2004 (Universität Würzburg).

    167 A: TAUTZ,J (2004) Können Bienen rückwärts fliegen?
    Natur & Kosmos März 2004, 72.

    168 A: TAUTZ,J. (2003) Honig als Brennstoff.
    1stein (Magazin des BMBF), 4, Dez.2003
    www.bmbf.de/pub/1stein_12_2003.pdf

    169 A: Bock,F., Streit,S., Pokolm,A. & J.TAUTZ (2004) Einfluss differentieller Brutbedingungen auf das Verhalten der Honigbiene.
    AG-Tagung Münster 3-2004
    Apidologie

    170 A: Basile, R., Bujok, B., Hertzenberg, D., Schoop, U. & J. TAUTZ Unterdurch“schnittlich“ - Wie wichtig sind die Antennen für die Thermoregulation?
    AG-Tagung Münster 3-2004
    Apidologie

    171 A: TAUTZ,J.: Honigbienen erkennen das Alter ihres Wachses.
    BLICK: Forschung Lehre Dienstleistungen 39-41, 2004 (Universität Würzburg).

    172 A: TAUTZ,J.: Wie Bienen ihre Geschwister ausbrüten.
    BLICK: Forschung Lehre Dienstleistungen 78-79, 2004 (Universität Würzburg).

    173 A: TAUTZ,J. & M.Riederer: Interview mit einer Honigbiene. DFG-Forschung 2/2004, 20-23, 2004.
        Also English version: DFG German research: Interview with the honeybee. 36-39,
        2-3, 2004.
        Also in yearbook DFG 2004
        Also in PROMETEO 91, 94-97, 2005 (Intervista con la Socievole Ape Mellifica”

    174 A: Pirk, C.W.W., Basile,R., Fuchs,S., Klügl-Frohmeyer,F., Fehler,M. & J.TAUTZ: Using multi-agent based simulation of brood rearing behaviour in honeybees (Apis mellifera L.) as an example of task allocation in social insects.
    Proc. of the First European Conference of Apidology, Udine September 2004. 50, 2004.

    175 A: Bock, F., Streit,S. & J.TAUTZ: Automastic insect identification with RFID.
    Proc. of the First European Conference of Apidology, Udine September 2004. 60, 2004.

    175 A: Pirk, C.W.W., Neumann, P., Hepburn,R., Moritz, R.F.A. & J.TAUTZ: Egg removal behaviour in honeybees (Apis mellifera L.)
    Proc. of the First European Conference of Apidology, Udine September 2004. 62, 2004.

    176 A: JEB book review on “Bumblebees, why we do need them?“. Dave Goulson:
    Bumblebees – Behaviour and Ecology
    J.exp.Biol 2004.

    177 A: TAUTZ,J. , Streit,. & F.Bock: Smarte Fliegengewichte als Verhaltensforscher.
    RFID-Forum 9/2004, 34-38, 2004.

    178 A: TAUTZ,J.: Wunderwerke aus Wachs. Deutsches Bienenjournal 11-2004, 4-5, 2004.

    179 A: TAUTZ, J.: Werkstoff- und Fügetechnik im Anlagenbau von Insekten
    – Die Wabe der Honigbiene.
    Festvortrag anlässlich der 33.Sondertagung des TÜV Deutschland vom 15.-18.Februar 2005 in München. Tagungsband

    180 A. TAUTZ, J., Kleinhenz, M., Bujok, B., Bock, F. & S. Fuchs
    La climatizzazione dell’ambiente: un capolavoro dell’ape Le api “fochiste” e il loro comportamento nel nido
    Apoidea 1, 55-59, 2004.

     
    181 A: TAUTZ, J.: Wo bin ich? Wohin will ich? Orientierung und Navigation bei Honigbienen.
    Physikalische Gesellschaft Frankfurt/Main, Jahrbuch 2003, 94-100, 2005.

    182 A: J.Tautz, S.Streit, F.Bock & M.Lindauer: Mit Mikrochips und Scanner: Eine neue Dimension in der Erforschung des Verhaltens der Honigbienen
    Jahrbuch 2003 Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur Mainz, p…., 2005.

    183 A: Schmid M. R, Brockmann A., Pirk Ch. W. W., Stanley D. W. & TAUTZ J.: Dependency of the cellular immune system of the honey bee (Apis mellifera) on age , season, task and gender.
    First Joint Conference of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Institute für Bienenforschung and the German Speaking Section of the International Union for the Study of Social Insects. 2005

    184 A: Borchardt T., Basile R. & TAUTZ J.: Position and allocation of antenal sensillae in Apis mellifera carnica und Apis florae.
    First Joint Conference of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Institute für Bienenforschung and the German Speaking Section of the International Union for the Study of Social Insects. 2005

    185 A: Kralj J., Brockmann A., Fuchs St. & TAUTZ J.: Parasitic mite Varroa destructor affects non-associative learning of honey bee foragers Apis mellifera.
    First Joint Conference of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Institute für Bienenforschung and the German Speaking Section of the International Union for the Study of Social Insects. 2005

    186 A: Basile R. & TAUTZ J.: Observations regarding the phenomenon of temporary storage of nectar in cell within the brood nest.
    First Joint Conference of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Institute für Bienenforschung and the German Speaking Section of the International Union for the Study of Social Insects. 2005
    (Evenius-Preis 2005 - award winning for the best poster presentation)

    187 A: Seeley Th. D., Kleinhenz M., Bujok B. & TAUTZ J.: Das Temperaturverhalten von Schwarmbienen vor dem Abflug.
    First Joint Conference of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Institute für Bienenforschung and the German Speaking Section of the International Union for the Study of Social Insects. 2005

    188 A: Kleinhenz M., TAUTZ J., Manara J. & Arduini-Schuster M.-C.: Transmission of thermal radiation through beeswax.
    First Joint Conference of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Institute für Bienenforschung and the German Speaking Section of the International Union for the Study of Social Insects. 2005

    189 A: Schoop U., Basile R. & TAUTZ J.: Changes in honeybee brood heating behaviour by Varroa mite specific injuries.
    First Joint Conference of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Institute für Bienenforschung and the German Speaking Section of the International Union for the Study of Social Insects. 2005

    190 A: Pirk, Ch. & TAUTZ,J.: Individual behavioural profile in the honeybee is affected by brood rearing temperature.
    First Joint Conference of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Institute für Bienenforschung and the German Speaking Section of the International Union for the Study of Social Insects. 2005

    191 A: TAUTZ,J. & M.Riederer: Interview mit einer Honigbiene.
    DFG-forschung Spezial 2005, 26-29, 2005

    192 A: TAUTZ,J.: Good vibrations. LM POLYTEC special 2/2005,14-15, 2005.

    193 A: Kleinhenz, M., Bujok, B., Fuchs, S. & J.TAUTZ: Brood nest incubation strategies in honeybees.
    Proc.3rd European IUSS, St.Petersburg, 76-77, 2005

    194 A: Schmid M. R, Brockmann A., Pirk Ch. W. W., Stanley D. W. & TAUTZ J.: Unterscheiden sich Jungbienen und Sammlerinnen in ihrer Immunkompetenz?
    AG-Tagung Münster 3-2004. Apidologie

    195 A.: Tautz, J., Schmid, M. & M.Lindauer: Altersabhängigkeit der zellulären Immunreaktion der Honigbiene.
    Jahrbuch 2005 Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur Mainz, 2006.

    196 A: Fuchs, S., Kralj, J. & J.TAUTZ: Radio Frequency Identification tags (RFID) for monitoring of worker bees infested with Varroa destructor or with Nosema apis at the hive entrance. Apidologie 2006

    197 A: TAUTZ,J.: Von der Farbmarkierung zum RFID-Chip.
    BLICK: Forschung Lehre Dienstleistungen 1/2006, 47-48, 2006 (Universität Würzburg).

    198 A: Schmid,M., Brockmann, A., Pirk, Ch. & J.TAUTZ: Life-history dynamics in the immune system of the honey bee (Apis mellifera L.)
    Conferences Jacques-Monod in Roscoff: Insect immunity: the post-genomic era. 2006. P50

    199 A: Ruhs,W., Berg, S. , TAUTZ,J. & V.Zahner: Untersuchungen zum Verlust von Varroamilben (Varroa destructor) bei Flugbienen.
    AG Tagung Hohenheim 2006

    200 A: Esdar,R., Wilden,., Wetzel,W., Gätschenberger,H. & J.TAUTZ: Doping für die Honigbiene? Eine Testmethode zur Futteroptimierung.
    AG Tagung Hohenheim 2006

    201 A: Melcher,J., Mund,E., Sinapius,M., Braue, W., Hildmann,B. TAUTZ,J. , Günster, J. & G. Heinrich: Bionische Aktuatoren für die Adaptronik.
    Bionik-Kongress in Bremen: Patente aus der Natur, 27.-28. Oktober 2006, Bremen

    202 A: Pirk, C.W.W., Brockmann, A. & J.TAUTZ: Changes in the constitutive immune system of honeybee workers.
    Innate immunity: bridging the gap between ecology and molecules, Plön 2004, 31, 2004

    203 A: TAUTZ, J., Gimple, O. & M.J. Müller: Health research in honey bees. BioNews 27, 6-7, 2007
    In English and German edition

    204A: Mario Pahl, M., Zhu,H., Pix, W., TAUTZ,J., Zhang, S.: Honeybee memory: Bees can schedule their activities in time and space.
    AOVSM Canberra 2006 (P)

     
    205 A: Zhang, S., Pahl, M., Si, A., Pix, W. &, J. Tautz: The role of global and local landmarks in honeybee navigation.
    ASSAB 2007 ASSAB 2007 (P)

    206A: TAUTZ,J. & R.Basile: Honig – mehr Brennstoff als Futter.
    Deutsches Bienenjournal 4-2007, 4-5, 2007.

    207A: Gross, H.J., Beier,H. &J. Tautz: INNATE IMMUNE RESPONSE TO PATHOGENS IN INVERTEBRATES (APIS MELLIFERA). Basic Science for Medicine. International Conference, Novosibirsk, September 2 – 8, 2007.

    208A: TAUTZ,J.: Leben – die Organisierung von Materie und Energie in Raum und Zeit
    Buch Vorträge Königsteiner Forum 2007.

    209A: TAUTZ,J., Beier, H., Gimple, O. & K.Randolt: Pathogenabwehr. Fitte Bienenvölker – Die vielfältigen Gesundheitsstrategien des Superorganismus „Honigbienenstaat“.
    Labor & more 2007

    210A: Honeybee memory: Bees can schedule their activities in time and space
    Mario Pahl, Hong Zhu, Waltraud Pix, Juergen TAUTZ & Shaowu Zhang
    ARC COE Vision Science 2007

    211A: Alterspezifische Arbeitsteilung unter die Lupe genommen
    (S) Marius Kilchenstein, Sandra Ostler, Rebecca Basile, Jürgen Tautz
    AG Tagung 2007 Würzburg

    212A: Hochleistungstreibstoff für Schwerstarbeiterinnen ¬ Ressourcenmanagement im
    Bienenstock
    (S) Rebecca Basile, Christian W.W. Pirk, Jürgen Tautz
    AG Tagung 2007 Würzburg

    213A: Unterkühlte Stimmung im Brutnest - Untersuchungen zum Hygieneverhalten bei Apis
    Mellifera
    (S) Katrin Mühlfeld, Rebecca Basile, Jürgen Tautz
    AG Tagung 2007 Würzburg

    214A: Schneider, Illies, Fuchs, Tautz-Poster
    AG Tagung 2007 Würzburg

    215A: TAUTZ,J.: The nest of honeybees: comb construction and thermoregulation. Atti dell`Accademia Nazionale Italiana di Entomologia, Rendiconti Anno LIV, 51-61, 2006.

    216A: TAUTZ,J.: BEE-onik – Lernen von den Waben der Honigbiene.
    Biologie in unserer Zeit 6, 342-343, 2007.

    217A: Basile, R. Ostler, S. Thomas, A. & J.TAUTZ: Das geheime Leben der Heizerinnen ? Das Verhältnis von Nachfrage und Angebot im Energiekontext der Thermoregulation.
    AG-Tagung 2006 in Stuttgart

    218 A: Basile; R. Peschke, A., Weber; A. & J.TAUTZ: (K)eine Revolution im Winterpalais – dem Verhalten des Hofstaats im Winter auf der Spur.
    AG-Tagung 2006 in Stuttgart

    219A: Klein, B.A., Stiegler, M., Klein, A.T. & J.TAUTZ: Mapping Sleep Across a Society: Spatial and Temporal Analysis of Worker Honey Bee Sleep
    Sleep Meetings Baltimore, Maryland, 2008

    220A: Randolt, K., Gimple, O., Gätschenberger, H., Beier, H. & J.TAUTZ
    Entwicklungsspezifische Expression von antimikrobiellen Proteinen in der Haemolymphe der Honigbiene nach artifizieller Infektion.
    AG Tagung 2008

    221A: Melcher, J., Mund, E., Sinapius, M., Braue, W., Hildmann, B., TAUTZ, J., Günster, J., Heinrich, J.G., 2006: „Bionische Aktuatoren für die Adaptronik“, Bionics Congress in Bremen: Patents from Nature, 2006, Bremen

    222A: Melcher, J., Mund, E., Gillhoff, M., Fingerhut, D., Braue, W., Hildmann, B., Heinrich, J.G., Günster, J., TAUTZ, J., 2007: „Piezokeramische Wabenaktuatoren“, Annual Innovation Report of DLR’s Institute of Composite Structures and Adaptive Systems, 2007

    223A: Melcher, J., Mund, E., Sinapius, M., Fingerhut, D., Braue, W., Heinrich, J.G., Günster, J., TAUTZ, J., 2007: „Bionisches Schwingungserregersystem“, DLR-IB 131-2007/16, 2007

    224A: Melcher, J., Mund, E., Sinapius, M., Fingerhut, D., Braue, W., TAUTZ, J., Kleinhenz, M., Heinrich, J.G., Günster, J., 2007: „Bionisches Schwingungserregersystem“, BMBF Contest „Bionik-Innovationen aus der Natur“, Deutsches Technikmuseum, Berlin, 2007

    225A: Mario Pahl, M., Zhang, S., Mi, J., ,Pix, W., , Zhu, H. & J.TAUTZ: Celestial and terrestrial cues in honeybee homing. (Poster)
    Invertebrate Vision Conference 1.8.-8.8.2008 (www.iciv.se)

    226A: Kralj, J., Gimple, O., Schmid., M. and J.TAUTZ: Immune response in honey bees infested with Varroa destructor measured by phenol oxidase activity.
    AG-Tagung 2008

    227A: Kralj,J., Fuchs, S. & J.TAUTZ: Disease removal by altered flight behavior of foragwer honeybees (Apis mellifera) infested with Nosema Apis. Poster
    EuroBee 2006 in Prag

    228A: Basile, R. & J. TAUTZ: "Heatseeker - Heat as a Trigger for Trophallactic Activities in the Honeybee (V)

    229A: Randolt, K., Gimple, O., Gätschenberger, H. , Beier, H. &  J.TAUTZ:
    Entwicklungsspezifische Expression von antimikrobiellen Proteinen in der Haemolymphe der Honigbiene nach artifizieller Infektion.
    (V).
    (Evenius-Preis 2008 - award winning for the best oral presentation)

    230A: Thomas, A., Basile, R., Reinders, Y. & J.TAUTZ: Low Carb Diet for Honeybees - Investigations On the Protein Metabolism of Summer and Winter Honeybees. (P)

    231A: Thomas, A., Basile, R., Reinders, Y. & J.TAUTZ: Ain´t that a prick in my abs? Measuring the Immunocompetence in Honeybees. (P)

    232A: Hartmann, U., Basile, R. & J. TAUTZ: Linear Bitchiness - Dominance Hierarchy, Antisociality and Juvenile Hormone in Queenless Honeybee Groups. (P)
    (Running second in Evenius-Preis 2008 - award winning for the best poster presentation)

    233A: TAUTZ,J.: Leben – Die Organisation von Materie und Energie in Raum und Zeit.
    Königsteiner Forum XXX Abenteuer Information: Natur und Wissenschaft im Dialog.
    pp.13-45, 2008.

    234A: Pahl, M. & J.TAUTZ: Denn sie wissen, was sie tun?
    Deutsches Bienen-Journal 245, Juni 2008.

    235A: Klein, B.A., Stiegler, M., Klein, A. & J.TAUTZ: Mapping sleep behavior in a society of insects: Spatial and temporal analysis of worker honey bee sleep.
    Paper #35671
    Annual meeting November 16-19, 2008.
    Entomological Society of America meetings in Reno Nevada.

    236A: Pahl, M. TAUTZ, J.., Pix, W., Zhu, H. & , S.Zhang: Celestial and terrestrial cues
    in honeybee homing. IVIC International conference on invertebrate vision, Sweden 2008

    237A: TAUTZ, J.: Что пчёлы знают о цветах (Was Bienen über Blumen wissen).
    Science First, Russia 2008.

    238A: Songkun Su, Fang Liu,Yi Zhan, Shenglu Chen, Shaowu Zhang, Jürgen TAUTZ:
    The Differences between Apis cerana cerana and Apis mellifera ligustica: From Genes to Behaviors.
    Conference of Asia Apiculture Association in Hangzhou, November 1-4th 2008 (Poster)



     
    Monographs

    M 1. TAUTZ,J.: Medienbewegung in der Sinneswelt der Arthropoden - Fallstudien zu einer Sinnesökologie.
    Information processing in animals Vol.6 (Hrsg.M.Lindauer). pp.59.
    G.Fischer, Stuttgart 1989.

    M 2. Wiese,K., Krenz,W., TAUTZ,J., Reichert,H. & B.Mulloney (edit.): Frontiers in Crustacean Neurobiology. pp.561.
    Birkhäuser, Basel 1990.

    M3. TAUTZ,J: Phänomen Honigbiene (Mit Bildern von H.R.Heilmann).
    278 Seiten, 180 farb. Abb., Geb. m. SU
    ISBN: 978-3-8274-1845-6
    Spektrum-Elsevier, Heidelberg 2007.

    TAUTZ,J: The Buzz about Bees - Biology of a Superorganism (photos by H.R.Heilmann)
    284 p. with 230 color illus.
    Hardcover. ISBN 978-3-540-78727-3
    Springer Heidelberg Berlin 2008

    For Chinese translation see under
    www.kbooks.cn/bee/about.html
    2008

    For Polish translation see e.g. under
    www.volumen.pl/product_info.php/products_id/1181

    For Italian translation see e.g. under
    www.springer.com/life+sci/book/978-88-470-0860-1


    Book chapters

    B 1. TAUTZ,J.: Verhaltensökologie
    in: Handbuch zur angewandten Umweltforschung Bd.1: Handbuch zur Ökologie, (ed.W.Kuttler), 1993. pp.491-494.

    B 2. Hrncir, M., Barth, F.G. and TAUTZ,J.: Acoustic Communication in Bees.
    Book-chapter in “Insect Sound and Communicaton”, CRC Press 2005.

    B 3. TAUTZ,J. & B.Bujok: Bee dance.
    In Encyclopaedia of Language and Linguistics. Elsevier 2004
        Plus Supplementary material by J.TAUTZ, F.Bock and S.Streit

    B 4: Mitarbeit am Schulbuch Fokus Biologie, Gymnasium Bayern, Jahrgangsstufe 8, Cornelsen Verlag 2007, Teil Honigbienen.

    B 5: TAUTZ,J. Lernen von den Honigbienen. Kap.6 in: bionicprocess (ed.P.Reinauer), 83-96, 2008

    Patents

    Melcher, J., Krämer, M., Heinrich, J., Günster, J., TAUTZ, J., 2005: „Verfahren zur Herstellung keramischer Konstruktionselemente im Nano- bis Zentimeter-Bereich“, German Patent DE 10 2005 025367.9, 2005

    Melcher, J., Krämer, M., Heinrich, J., Günster, J., TAUTZ J., 2006: „Procédé de realisation d´une structure à forme spatiale optimisée“, French Patent 06 04 427, 2006

    Melcher, J., Krämer, M., Heinrich, J., Günster, J., TAUTZ, J., 2006: „Method of Forming a Structure Having an Optimized Three-Dimensional Shape“, US Patent 11/443,781, 2006


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