2009
Hagemeyer, P., Lange, S., Broecker-Preuss, M. & Burda, H. (2009): The influence of olfactory stimulus and sexual activity on gonadal steroids in eusocial mole-rats. Folia Zoologica 58: 65-74.

2007
Hagemeyer, P. (2007): Durchführung und Reflexion eines bilingualen Moduls Duftstoffe im Differenzierungskurs Chemie (Biologie) der Jahrgangstufe 10 zur Heranführung der Schüler an die Wissenschaftssprache Englisch. Examensarbeit, Studienseminar Essen.

2006
Hagemeyer, P., Begall, S. (2006): Individual odour similarity and discrimination in the coruro (Spalacopus cyanus, Octodontidae). Ethology 112: 529-536.

2005
Lange, S., Neumann, B., Hagemeyer, P. & Burda, H.: The smell of carrots: Kairomone guided food location in subterranean mole-rats, (Cryptomys spp., Bathyergidae). Folia Zoologica 54 (3): 263-268.

2002
Hagemeyer, P. (2002): Genetic polymorphism and biological function of MUP (major urinary proteins) in the house mouse. Examensarbeit, Universität Duisburg-Essen.


Abstracts


2005

Hagemeyer, P., Lange, S. & Burda, H. (2005): The sexual status of female Zambian mole-rats (Cryptomys sp., Bathyergidae) affects their smell attractiveness. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Säugetierkunde, Essen (Germany), 18.-2.9.2005. Mammalian Biology 70s: pp 16-17.

2004
Hagemeyer, P. (2004): Chemical communication in blind subterranean, eusocial mole-rats (genus: Coetomys): Which odour source codes information for individual recognition? 5th International Symposium on Physiology, Behaviour and Conservation of Wildlife, Berlin, Germany. (Poster)

Hagemeyer, P., Papenfuhs, N., Peuckmann, S. & Burda, H. (2004): Individual recognition via chemical communication as an incest avoidance mechanism in Zambian mole-rats (Coetomys)? 9th International Conference Rodents et Spatium, Lublin (Poland), 12.-14.7.2004: p 37.

Hagemeyer, P., Papenfuhs, N., Peuckmann, S. & Burda, H. (2004): Chemical communication in blind, subterranean eusocial mole-rats (genus Coetomys): Which odour source codes information for individual recognition? 5th International Symposium on Physiology, Behaviour and Conservation of Wildlife, Berlin (Germany), 26.-29.9.2004. Advances in Ethology 38s: p 56.