Publicaciones

  • Cano A, Pontes G, Sfara V, Anfossi D, Barrozo RB. 2017. Nitric oxide contributes to high-salt perception in a blood-sucking insect model. Scientific Reports, DOI 10.1038/s41598-017-15861-0, en prensa.
  • Pontes G, Pereira, MH, Barrozo RB. 2017. Salts control feeding decisions in a blood-sucking insect. Journal of Insect Physiology98, 93–100. DOI: 10.1016/j.jinsphys.2016.12.002.
  • Barrozo RB, Reisenmann CE, Greenstein P, Lazzari CR, Lorenzo MG. 2017. An inside look at the sensory biology of triatomines. Journal of Insect Physiology, 97:3-19. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jinsphys.2016.11.003
  • Asparch, Y., Pontes, G., Masague, S., Minoli, S., Barrozo, RB, 2016. Kissing bugs can generalize and discriminate between different bitter compounds. Journal of Physiology Paris, en prensa, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jinsphys.2016.11.003
  • Dekker T, Barrozo RB. 2016. Contextual modulation of moth pheromone perception by plant odors. In: Pheromone Communication in Moths Evolution, Behaviour and Application. Chapter 7: 101-112, Eds J.D. Alison & R.T. Cardé. ISBN 9780520278561
  • Gadenne C, Barrozo RB, Anton S. 2016. Plasticity of insect olfaction: to smell or not to smell. Annual Review of Entomology, 61: 317-333.
  • Pontes G, Minoli S, Ortega Insaurralde I, de Brito Sanchez M G, Barrozo R B. 2014. Bitter stimuli modulate the feeding decision of a blood-sucking insect via two sensory inputs. The Journal of Experimental Biology, 217: 3708-3717.
  • Chaffiol A, Dupuy F, Barrozo R B, Kropf J, Renou M, Rospars J-P, Anton S. 2014. Pheromone modulates plant odor responses in the antennal lobe of a moth. Chemical Senses, 39: 451–63.