References using this journal
Wilson, E. O. 1965b. Chemical communication in the social insects. Science (Washington, D. C.) 149:1064-1071. PDF
Law, J. H.; Wilson, E. O.; McCloskey, J. A. 1965. Biochemical polymorphism in ants. Science (Washington, D. C.) 149:544-546.
Cavill, G. W. K.; Robertson, P. L. 1965. Ant venoms, attractants, and repellents. Science (Washington, D. C.) 149:1337-1345.
Weber, N. A. 1966b. Fungus-growing ants. Science (Washington, D. C.) 153:587-604. PDF
Wilson, E. O.; Carpenter, F. M.; Brown, W. L., Jr. 1967b. The first Mesozoic ants. Science (Washington, D. C.) 157:1038-1040. PDF
Wheeler, J. W.; Blum, M. S. 1973. Alkylpyrazine alarm pheromones in ponerine ants. Science (Washington, D. C.) 182:501-503.
Wilson, E. O. 1975d. Enemy specification in the alarm-recruitment system of an ant. Science (Washington, D. C.) 190:798-800. PDF
Janzen, D. H. 1975. Pseudomyrmex nigropilosa: a parasite of a mutualism. Science (Washington, D. C.) 188:936-937.
Trivers, R. L.; Hare, H. 1976. Haplodipoidy and the evolution of the social insects. Science (Washington, D. C.) 191:249-263.
Hölldobler, B. 1976b. Tournaments and slavery in a desert ant. Science (Washington, D. C.) 192:912-914.
Hölldobler, B.; Haskins, C. P. 1977. Sexual calling behavior in primitive ants. Science (Washington, D. C.) 195:793-794.
Taylor, R. W. 1978a. Nothomyrmecia macrops: a living-fossil ant rediscovered. Science (Washington, D. C.) 201:979-985. PDF
Hölldobler, B.; Lumsden, C. J. 1980. Territorial strategies in ants. Science (Washington, D. C.) 210:732-739. PDF
Hölldobler, B. 1980. Canopy orientation: a new kind of orientation in ants. Science (Washington, D. C.) 210:86-88.
Wilson, E. O. 1985d. The sociogenesis of insect colonies. Science (Washington, D. C.) 228:1489-1495.