Shelley Hoover

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InstitutionAlberta Agriculture and Rural Development
 
Postal address100-5401 1 Ave South
Lethbridge
ALBERTA
T1J 4V6
Canada
 
Office phone403-317-2170
Mobile phone587-220-3775
E-mailshelley.hoover@gov.ab.ca
Alternative e-mailhoover.shelley@gmail.com
Webhttp://scholar.google.ca/citations?user=lz2Up-IAAAAJ&hl=en
 
Job /  professional statusResearcher
 
Preferred COLOSS theme(s)   Pests & Pathogens,Environment
COLOSS Taskforce(s)   Sustainable bee breeding
 
Research interestsbreeding
 pollination
 behaviour
 
PublicationsThe effect of queen pheromones on worker honey bee ovary development
SER Hoover, CI Keeling, ML Winston, KN Slessor
Naturwissenschaften 90 (10), 477-480 152 2003
Genome‐wide analysis reveals differences in brain gene expression patterns associated with caste and reproductive status in honey bees (Apis mellifera)
CM Grozinger, Y Fan, SER Hoover, ML Winston
Molecular Ecology 16 (22), 4837-4848 83 2007
Worker honey bee ovary development: seasonal variation and the influence of larval and adult nutrition
SER Hoover, HA Higo, ML Winston
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 176 (1), 55-63 49 2006
Drifting bumble bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) workers in commercial greenhouses may be social parasites
AL Birmingham, SE Hoover, ML Winston, RC Ydenberg
Canadian journal of zoology 82 (12), 1843-1853 41 2004
Retinue attraction and ovary activation: responses of wild type and anarchistic honey bees (Apis mellifera) to queen and brood pheromones
SER Hoover, ML Winston, BP Oldroyd
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 59 (2), 278-284 35 2005
Anarchistic queen honey bees have normal queen mandibular pheromones
SER Hoover, BP Oldroyd, TC Wossler, ML Winston
Insectes sociaux 52 (1), 6-10 22 2005
Warming, CO2, and nitrogen deposition interactively affect a plant‐pollinator mutualism
SER Hoover, JJ Ladley, AA Shchepetkina, M Tisch, SP Gieseg, ...
Ecology Letters 21 2012
Species Interactions in Behavioural Responses to a Changing World: Mechanisms and Consequences
S Hoover, J Tylianakis, U Candolin, BBM Wong
Oxford University Press 17 ∗ 2012
Enantiomer preference of Trypodendron lineatum and effect of pheromone dose and trap length on response to lineatin-baited traps in interior British Columbia
SER Hoover, BS Lindgren, CI Keeling, KN Slessor
Journal of chemical ecology 26 (3), 667-677 14 2000
The effect of riparian condition on invertebrate drift in mountain streams
SER Hoover, LGW Shannon, JD Ackerman
Aquatic Sciences 69 (4), 544-553 10 2007
Lineatin enantiomer preference, flight periods, and effect of pheromone concentration and trap length on three sympatric species of Trypodendron (Coleoptera: Scolytidae)
BS Lindgren, SER Hoover, AM MacIsaac, CI Keeling, KN Slessor
The Canadian Entomologist 132 (06), 877-887 8 2000
The effects of honey bee (Apis mellifera) queen mandibular pheromone on colony defensive behaviour.
NL Gervan, ML Winston, HA Higo, SER Hoover
Journal of apicultural research 44 (4), 175-179 6 2005
What do weevils do all night? The adult feeding and host selection behaviour and diurnal activity of Hylobius warreni Wood (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)
S Hoover
British Columbia, Canada 2 2000
Regulation of worker reproduction in the honey bee (Apis mellifera L.)
S Hoover
Biological Sciences Department-Simon Fraser University