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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Brendon M Mott
Honey Bee Research
Biological Science Lab Technician (Molecular Biology)

Phone: (520) 647-9372
Fax: (520) 670-6493

2000 E ALLEN RD
TUCSON, AZ, 85719


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Hive-stored pollen of honey bees: many lines of evidence are consistent with pollen preservation, not nutrient conversion - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Anderson, K.E., Carroll, M.J., Sheehan, T.H., Mott, B.M., Maes, P., Corby-Harris, V.L. 2014. Hive-stored pollen of honey bees: many lines of evidence are consistent with pollen preservation, not nutrient conversion. Molecular Ecology. doi: 10.1111/mec.12966.
Honey bee (Apis mellifera) intracolonial genetic diversity influences worker nutritional status - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Eckholm, B.J., Huang, M.H., Anderson, K.E., Mott, B.M., Hoffman, G.D. 2014. Honey bee (Apis mellifera) intracolonial genetic diversity influences worker nutritional status. Apidologie. DOI: 10.1007/s13592-014-0311-4.
Draft genome sequences of two Bifidobacterium sp. from the honey bee (Apis mellifera) - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Anderson, K.E., Johansson, A., Sheehan, T.H., Mott, B.M., Corby-Harris, V.L., Johnstone, L., Sprissler, R., Fitz, W. 2013. Draft genome sequences of two Bifidobacterium sp. from the honey bee (Apis mellifera). Gut Pathogens. 5:42. DOI: 10.1186/1757-4749-5-42.
Microbial ecology of the hive and pollination landscape: Bacterial associates from floral nectar, the alimentary tract and stored food of honey bees (Apis mellifera) - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Anderson, K.E., Sheehan, T.H., Mott, B.M., Maes, P.W., Snyder, L.A., Schwan, M.R., Walton, A., Jones, B., Corby-Harris, V.L. 2013. Microbial ecology of the hive and pollination landscape: Bacterial associates from floral nectar, the alimentary tract and stored food of honey bees (Apis mellifera). PLoS One. 8(12):e83125. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0083125.
Highly similar microbial communities are shared among related and trophically similar ant species - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Anderson, K.E., Russell, J.A., Moreau, C.S., Kautz, S., Sullam, K.E., Hu, Y., Basinger, U., Mott, B.M., Buck, N., Wheeler, D. 2012. Highly similar microbial communities are shared among related and trophically similar ant species. Molecular Ecology. 21: 2282-2296.
Last Modified: 11/26/2014