JAR Vol 38, Issue 1-2, 1999

publication date: Mar 10, 2010
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Hive-entrance pollen transfer devices to increase the cross-pollination potential of honey bees. II. Examination of three materials and pollen viability

Fani Hatjina; John B Free; Robert J Paxton

381-23

Queen mating frequency in different types of honey bee mating apiaries

Peter Neumann; Robin F A Moritz; Jobvan Praagh;

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11

A new Pollination probability index (PPI) for pollen load analysis as a measure for pollination effectiveness of bees

G Ne'eman; A Dafni; S G Potts

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19

Juvenile mortality of the female descendants in the ectoparasitic mite Varroa jacobsoni in worker brood of Apis mellifera

M D Ifantidis; A Karamanidou; P Katikou

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25

The response of the stingless bee Melipona beecheii to experimental pollen stress, worker loss and different levels of information input

J C Biesmeijer; M Born; S Lukács; M J Sommeijer

38

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Nest and colony Characteristics of log-hived Melipona Beecheii (Apidae: Meliponinae)

J W van Veen; H G Arce Arce381-2 43

Effective Biotechnical control of varroa: applying knowledge on brood cell invasion to trap honey bee parasites in drone brood

J N M Calis; W J Boot; J Beetsma; J H P M Van Den Eijnde; A De Ruijter; J J M Van Der Steen

381-2 49

Membrane barrier delivery of formic acid, a chemical used for mite control on honey bees (Apis mellifera)

R Scott Daniels; Abdulkareem Hamid; R E L Rogers; Kenna Mackenzie

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Differences in pollen sources of Apis cerana and Apis mellifera at a primary beech forest in central JapanTeruyoshi Nagamitsu; Tamiji Inoue381-271

Genetic Variability among Nosema apis isolates

Heather S Gatehouse Née Edmonds; Louise A Malone381-279
Quantitative comparison of lipids in some pollens and their phagostimulatory effects in honey beesSatyabir Singh; Kavita Saini; K L Jain381-287
Rapid intergenerational changes in morphology and behaviour in colonies of Africanized and European honey bees (Apis mellifera) from tropical Yucatan, MexicoJ J G Quezada-Euán; R J PaxtonJ J G Quezada-Euán; R J Paxton381-2 93
Pollen Resources Used By European And Africanized Honey Bees In The Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico

Rogel Villanueva G

381-2 105