Christopher  Mayack

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Christopher Mayack

E-posta : cmayacksabanciuniv.edu

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Ödüller :

  • First place in the Sigma Xi Student Research Undergraduate Showcase Contest - Sigma Xi  2018
  • First Year University Courses Teaching Award - Sabanci University  2018

Yayınlar :

Article
Mayack, Christopher and Phalen, Nicole and Carmichael, Kathleen and White, Helen K. and Hirche, Frank and Wang, Ying and Stangl, Gabriele I. and Amdam, Gro V. (2019) "Appetite is correlated with octopamine and hemolymph sugar levels in forager honeybees", Journal of Comparative Physiology A: Neuroethology, Sensory, Neural and Behavioral Physiology, Vol.205, No.4, 609-617 (SCI)
Mayack, Christopher and Boff, Samuel (2019) "LD50 values may be misleading predictors of neonicotinoid toxicity across different bee species", Uludağ Arıcılık Dergisi, Vol.19, No.1, 19-33 (NA)
Broadrup, Robert L. and Mayack, Christopher and Schick, Sassicaia J. and Eppley, Elizabeth J. and White, Helen K. and Macherone, Anthony (2019) "Honey bee (Apis mellifera) exposomes and dysregulated metabolic pathways associated with Nosema ceranae infection", PLoS One, Vol.14, No.3 (SCI)
Suwannapong, Guntima and Samrit, Maksong and Phainchajoen, Mananya and Benbow, Mark and Mayack, Christopher (2018) "Survival and health improvement of Nosema infected Apis florea (Hymenoptera: Apidae) bees after treatment with propolis extract", Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology, Vol.21, No.2, 437-444 (SCI)
Schick, Sassicaia and Broadrup, Robert L. and Mayack, Christopher and White, Helen K. and Macherone, Anthony (2018) "Integrating GC/TOF exposome profiling and genetic disease screening to provide a holistic perspective on honey bee health", American Laboratory, Vol.50, No.3, 21-23 (SCI)
Papers in Conference Proceedings
Borofsky, Talia and Zhou, Rebecca and Barranca, Victor and Mayack, Christopher, "Hive minded: like neurons, honeybees collectively integrate inhibitory stop signals to efficiently regulate forager recruitment", International Union for the Study of Social Insects (IUSSI 2018), International Union for the Study of Social Insects, August 2018
SU Öncesi Yayınları:

In Review:       Bullock, E. J+., Schafsnitz, A. M+., Wang, C. H., Broadrup, R. L., Macherone, A., Mayack, C., White, H. K. Silicone wristbands as a passive volatile chemical sampler in honey bee hives.

 

In Review:       Borofsky, T+., Barranca, V.J., Zhou, R.+, von Trentini, D., Broadrup, R.L., and Mayack, C. Hive minded: like neurons, honey bees collectively integrate negative feedback to regulate decisions. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences

 

2019:               Mayack, C.* and Boff, S.* LD50 values may be misleading predictors of neonicotinoid toxicity across different bee species. Uludağ Bee Journal. 19 (1), 19-33. DOI: 10.31467/uluaricilik.568251

 

2019:               Mayack, C., Phalen, N.+, Carmichael, K.+, White, H. K., Hirche, F., Wang, Y., Stangl, G. I., and Amdam, G. Appetite is linked to octopamine and hemolymph sugar levels in forager honey bees. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, Neuroethology, sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology. 205 (4), 609-617, doi:10.1007/s00359-019-01352-2

 

2019:               Broadrup, R. L., Mayack, C., Schick, S. J.+, Eppley, E. J.+, White, H. K., Macherone, A. Honey Bee (Apis mellifera) Exposomes and Biological Pathways Associated with Nosema ceranae Infection. PLOS One. 14(3): e0213249

 

2018:               Schick, S. J.+, Broadrup, R. L., Mayack, C., White, H. K., and Macherone, A. Integrating GC-TOF exposome profiling and genetic disease screening to provide a holistic perspective on honey bee health. American Laboratory.

 

2018:               Suwannapong, G., Maksong, S., Phainchajoen, M., Benbow, M. E., and Mayack, C. Survival and health improvement of Nosema infected Apis florea (Hymenoptera: Apidae) bees after treatment with propolis extract. Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology.

 

2016:               Kurze, C., Mayack, C., Hirche, F., Stangl, G., I., Le Conte, Y., Kryger, P. and Moritz, R. F. A. Nosema spp. infection causes no energetic stress in tolerant honeybees. Parasitology Research. 115 (6), 2381-2388.

 

2015:               Mayack, C., Natsopoulou, M., McMahon, D. A honeybee hormonal stress pathway elicited by Nosema ceranae infection. Insect Molecular Biology. 24 (6), 662-670.

 

2015:               Mayack, C. and Naug, D. Starving honeybees lose self-control. Biology Letters. 11 (1), 20140820

 

2013:               Mayack, C. and Naug, D. Individual energetic state can prevail over social regulation of foraging in honeybees. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 67, 929-936.

 

2011:               Mayack, C. and Naug, D. A changing but not an absolute energy budget dictates risk-sensitive behaviour in the honeybee. Animal Behaviour. 82, 595-600.

 

2011:               Martín-Hernández, R., Botías, C., Barrios, L., Martínez-Salvador, A., Meana, A., Mayack, C., Higes, M. Comparative energetic stress of Nosema ceranae and Nosema apis in experimentally infected honey bees (Apis mellifera). Journal of Parasitology Research. 109, 605-612.

 

2010:               Mayack, C. and Naug, D. Parasitic infection leads to decline in hemolymph sugar levels in honeybee foragers. Journal of Insect Physiology. 56, 1572-1575.

 

2010:               Campbell, J., Kessler, B., Mayack, C., and Naug, D. Behavioral fever in infected honeybees: Parasitic manipulation or coincidental benefit? Parasitology. 137, 1487-1491.

 

2009:               *Mayack, C. and Naug, D., 2009. Energetic stress in the honeybee Apis mellifera from Nosema ceranae infection. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology. 100, 185-188.