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Comparative analyses of caste, sex, and developmental stage‐specific transcriptomes in two Temnothorax ants

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Gstöttl, Claudia ; Stoldt, Marah ; Jongepier, Evelien ; Bornberg‐Bauer, Erich ; Feldmeyer, Barbara ; Heinze, Jürgen ; Foitzik, Susanne
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Social insects dominate arthropod communities worldwide due to cooperation and division of labor in their societies. This, however, makes them vulnerable to exploitation by social parasites, such as slave-making ants. Slave-making ant workers pillage brood from neighboring nests of related host ant species. After emergence, host workers take over all nonreproductive colony tasks, whereas ...


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