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 Elisabeth Adam

   Department of Evolutionary Neuroethology
   Odor-guided behavior
 Phone:+49 (0)3641 57 1412Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology
 Fax:+49 (0)3641 57 1402Hans-Knöll-Straße 8
  emailD-07745 Jena

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Oral Presentations

Adam E. (2019). Tongue twister: Hawkmoths do not learn odors that they perceive with their proboscis. Talk presented at 18th IMPRS Symposium, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, IMPRS, Dornburg, DE

Poster Presentations

Adam E., Hansson B.S., Knaden M. (2019). Tongue twister: Hawkmoths do not learn odors that they perceive with their proboscis. Poster presented at 16th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction ESITO, Villasimius, IT
Adam E., Hansson B.S., Knaden M. (2018). Learning with the tongue: Do hawkmoths learn odors that they perceive with their proboscis? Poster presented at Institute Symposium, MPI für Chemische Ökologie, Jena, DE
Adam E., Hansson B.S., Knaden M. (2018). Learning with the tongue: Do hawkmoths learn odors that they perceive with their proboscis? Poster presented at 6th GOEvol Meeting "#sensation @GOEEvolution 2018", Network for Evolutionary Biology in Göttingen, Göttingen, DE
Adam E., Hansson B.S., Sachse S., Knaden M. (2018). Home sweet home: How do desert ants know when they have arrived at their nest? Poster presented at 17th IMPRS Symposium, International Max Planck Research School, Dornburg, DE