Heather Whitney
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Floral iridescence, produced by diffractive optics, acts as a cue for animal pollinators
HM Whitney, M Kolle, P Andrew, L Chittka, U Steiner, BJ Glover
Science 323 (5910), 130-133, 2009
3322009
Detection and learning of floral electric fields by bumblebees
D Clarke, H Whitney, G Sutton, D Robert
Science 340 (6128), 66-69, 2013
2232013
Bees associate warmth with floral colour
AG Dyer, HM Whitney, SEJ Arnold, BJ Glover, L Chittka
Nature 442 (7102), 525-525, 2006
1662006
Conical epidermal cells allow bees to grip flowers and increase foraging efficiency
HM Whitney, L Chittka, TJA Bruce, BJ Glover
Current Biology 19 (11), 948-953, 2009
1652009
Why do so many petals have conical epidermal cells?
HM Whitney, KMV Bennett, M Dorling, L Sandbach, D Prince, L Chittka, ...
Annals of botany 108 (4), 609-616, 2011
1422011
Structural colour and iridescence in plants: the poorly studied relations of pigment colour
BJ Glover, HM Whitney
Annals of botany 105 (4), 505-511, 2010
1272010
Mutations perturbing petal cell shape and anthocyanin synthesis influence bumblebee perception of Antirrhinum majus flower colour
AG Dyer, HM Whitney, SEJ Arnold, BJ Glover, L Chittka
Arthropod-Plant Interactions 1 (1), 45-55, 2007
1032007
Organisation of the pantothenate (vitamin B5) biosynthesis pathway in higher plants
HH Ottenhof, JL Ashurst, HM Whitney, SA Saldanha, F Schmitzberger, ...
The Plant Journal 37 (1), 61-72, 2004
792004
Photonic multilayer structure of Begonia chloroplasts enhances photosynthetic efficiency
M Jacobs, M Lopez-Garcia, OP Phrathep, T Lawson, R Oulton, ...
Nature plants 2 (11), 1-6, 2016
732016
The interaction of temperature and sucrose concentration on foraging preferences in bumblebees
HM Whitney, A Dyer, L Chittka, SA Rands, BJ Glover
Naturwissenschaften 95 (9), 845-850, 2008
712008
Natural helicoidal structures: morphology, self-assembly and optical properties
BD Wilts, HM Whitney, BJ Glover, U Steiner, S Vignolini
Materials Today: Proceedings 1, 177-185, 2014
702014
Field margins, foraging distances and their impacts on nesting pollinator success
SA Rands, HM Whitney
PLoS One 6 (10), e25971, 2011
652011
Function of blue iridescence in tropical understorey plants
KR Thomas, M Kolle, HM Whitney, BJ Glover, U Steiner
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 7 (53), 1699-1707, 2010
652010
Functional characterisation of two cytochrome b 5-fusion desaturases from Anemone leveillei: the unexpected identification of a fatty acid Δ 6-desaturase
HM Whitney, LV Michaelson, O Sayanova, JA Pickett, JA Napier
Planta 217 (6), 983-992, 2003
642003
Virus infection of plants alters pollinator preference: A payback for susceptible hosts?
SC Groen, S Jiang, AM Murphy, NJ Cunniffe, JH Westwood, MP Davey, ...
PLoS pathogens 12 (8), e1005790, 2016
602016
Floral temperature and optimal foraging: is heat a feasible floral reward for pollinators?
SA Rands, HM Whitney
PLoS One 3 (4), e2007, 2008
602008
Effects of pollinator density-dependent preferences on field margin visitations in the midst of agricultural monocultures: A modelling approach
SA Rands, HM Whitney
Ecological Modelling 221 (9), 1310-1316, 2010
572010
Bumblebees learn polarization patterns
JJ Foster, CR Sharkey, AVA Gaworska, NW Roberts, HM Whitney, ...
Current Biology 24 (12), 1415-1420, 2014
532014
Pantothenate biosynthesis in higher plants
KM Coxon, E Chakauya, HH Ottenhof, HM Whitney, TL Blundell, C Abell, ...
Biochemical Society Transactions 33 (4), 743-746, 2005
492005
Light-induced dynamic structural color by intracellular 3D photonic crystals in brown algae
M Lopez-Garcia, N Masters, HE O’Brien, J Lennon, G Atkinson, MJ Cryan, ...
Science advances 4 (4), eaan8917, 2018
482018
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