Esther E. du Rand
Esther E. du Rand
Other namesEzette du Rand
Senior Research Fellow, Department of Zoology and Entomology, University of Pretoria
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Detoxification mechanisms of honey bees (Apis mellifera) resulting in tolerance of dietary nicotine
EE Rand, S Smit, M Beukes, Z Apostolides, CWW Pirk, SW Nicolson
Scientific reports 5 (1), 11779, 2015
Proteomic and metabolomic analysis reveals rapid and extensive nicotine detoxification ability in honey bee larvae
EE du Rand, H Human, S Smit, M Beukes, Z Apostolides, SW Nicolson, ...
Insect biochemistry and molecular biology 82, 41-51, 2017
Resistance of developing honeybee larvae during chronic exposure to dietary nicotine
H Human, CR Archer, EE Du Rand, CWW Pirk, SW Nicolson
Journal of insect physiology 69, 74-79, 2014
The metabolic fate of nectar nicotine in worker honey bees
EE du Rand, CWW Pirk, SW Nicolson, Z Apostolides
Journal of insect physiology 98, 14-22, 2017
Adult diet does not compensate for impact of a poor larval diet on stress resistance in a tephritid fruit fly
CW Weldon, S Mnguni, F Démares, E Esther, K Malod, A Manrakhan, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 222 (6), 2019
Antibiotic treatment impairs protein digestion in the honeybee, Apis mellifera
EE Du Rand, C Stutzer, H Human, CWW Pirk, SW Nicolson
Apidologie 51, 94-106, 2020
Functional response of the hypopharyngeal glands to a social parasitism challenge in Southern African honey bee subspecies
Z Langlands, EE du Rand, AA Yusuf, CWW Pirk
Parasitology Research 121 (1), 267-274, 2022
Prisoners receive food fit for a queen: honeybees feed small hive beetles protein-rich glandular secretions through trophallaxis
Z Langlands, EE du Rand, K Crailsheim, AA Yusuf, CWW Pirk
Journal of Experimental Biology 224 (2), jeb234807, 2021
Identification of digallated and methylated catechins using UPLC/MS/MS and development of a rapid analysis method for theanine in tea (Camellia sinensis (L.) o. Kuntze …
EE Du Rand
University of Pretoria, 2009
Detoxification and elimination of nicotine by nectar-feeding birds
S Lerch-Henning, EE Du Rand, SW Nicolson
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 187, 591-602, 2017
Oxidative damage is influenced by diet but unaffected by selection for early age of oviposition in the marula fly, Ceratitis cosyra (Diptera: Tephritidae)
K Malod, EE Du Rand, CR Archer, SW Nicolson, CW Weldon
Frontiers in Physiology 13, 231, 2022
Proteomic and metabolomic analysis reveals rapid and extensive nicotine detoxification ability in honey bees
EE du Rand, SW Nicolson, C Pirk, Z Apostolides
Entomology 2017, 2017
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