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 Dr. Markus Knaden

   Department of Evolutionary Neuroethology
   Odor-guided behavior
 Phone:+49 (0)3641 57 1421Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology
 Fax:+49 (0)3641 57 1402Hans-Knöll-Straße 8
  emailD-07745 Jena

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Knaden, M. (2020) How insects use odors to target food, oviposition sites, and mating partners. Feb 2020, IMPRS
Knaden M. (2016) Olfaction-guided navigation of the Tunisian desert ant Cataglyphis. At: Insect Chemical Ecology (ICE 16), Jun-Jul 2016, Jena, DE
Knaden, M. (2011/2012) Sinnesphysiologie. WS 2011/2012, FSU Jena, DE
Knaden, M. (2011) Behavior of social insects. Jun 2011, SLU, Alnarp, SE
Knaden, M. (2011) Sinnesphysiologie. SS 2011, FSU Jena, DE
Knaden, M. (2010) Sensory Physiology. SS 2010, FSU Jena, DE
Knaden, M. (2010) Supervisor at the advanced studies course on Neurobiology. SS 2010, FSU Jena, DE
Knaden, M. (2009) Supervisor at the advanced studies course of the IMPRS on Neuroethology. SS 2009, FSU Jena, DE
Hansson, B.S., Harzsch, S., Knaden, M., Sachse, S., Stensmyr, M.C., Wicher, D. (2008) Großpraktikum. Jun-Jul 2008, FSU Jena, DE
Knaden, M. (2008) Supervisor at the advanced studies course on Neurobiology. SS 2008, FSU Jena, DE