JAR 37, Issue 4, 1998

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Volume 

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Original Research Articles

 

 

 

 

Native vs. introduced bee flora: a palynological survey of honeys from UruguayGloria Daners; María Cristinatellería

37

4

221

Hive-entrance pollen transfer devices to increase the cross-pollination potential of honey bees. I. Examination of six materialsFani Hatjina; John B Free; Robert J Paxton

37

4

231

Size change of Apis mellifera eggs during the Incubation period

J Woyke

37

4

239

Palynological analysis of honeys from Portugal

M J Aira; H Horn; M C Seijo

37

4

247

Division of labour among worker honey bees homozygous and heterozygous for the mutant allele chartreuse-limão (chli)

Rosana Dealmeida; Ademilson Espencer Egea Soares

37

4

255

The spread of Paenibacillus larvae subsp larvae infections in an apiary

Michael A Z Hornitzky

37

4

261

The pathogenicity of Paenibacillus larvae subsp. larvae spores and vegetative cells to honey bee (Apis mellifera) colonies and their susceptibility to royal jelly

Michael A Z Hornitzky

37

4

267

Unique DNA Fingerprint patterns of Paenibacillus larvae subsp. larvae strains

Adriana M Alippi; O Marioaguilar

37 

4

273

Levels of polyandry and intracolonial genetic relationships in Apis koschevnikovi

Thomas E Rinderer; J Anthony Stelzer; Benjamin P Oldroyd; Salimtingek

37

4

281

Notes & Comments

    

Pollination Of Glycine Wightii,A Perennial Soyabean, By Africanized Honey Bees

R H Nogueira-Couto; J M S Pereira; D De Jong

37

4

289

Oil Spraying As A Potential Control Of Varroa Jacobsoni

Yves Le Conte; Marc Edouard Colin; Alain Paris; Didier Crauser

37

4

291

Procedures For The Culture Of Melissococcus Pluton From Diseased Brood And Bulk Honey Samples

Michael A Z Hornitzky; Lisa Smith

37

4

293

Ovarian Development And Trophallaxis In Queenless Colonies Of The Honey Bee, Apis Mellifera

Kimberly M Mayer; Linda C Mcnally; Stanley S Schneider

37

4

295

ERRATUMWoyke, J374 220


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