JAR 36, Issue 3-4, 1997

publication date: Apr 30, 2010
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Title

Authors

Volume 

Edition

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Original Research Articles

 

 

 

 

Average number of reproductive cycles performed by Varroa jacobsoni in honey bee (Apis mellifera) colonies

S J Martin; D Kemp

36

3-4

113

Effects of delayed acaricide treatment in honey bee colonies parasitized by Varroa jacobsoni and a late season treatment threshold for the southeastern USAKeith S Delaplane; W Michael Hood

36

3-4

125

Unifloral honeys of Galicia (north-west Spain)

M C Seijo; M V Jato; M J Aira; I Iglesias

36

3-4

133

Micro-organisms associated with tracheal mite infested honey bees

G A Grant; D L Nelson; J Befus-Nogel; J D Bissett

36

3-4

141

Intercellular Connection between the lyrate organ and the growing oocyte in Varroa jacobsoni as revealed by Lucifer Yellow dye-coupling

Frank Dittmann; Josefina Steiner

36

3-4

145

2-Heptanone as a repellent for Apis cerana

D G Naik; Sujata Katke; S S Chawda: Daisy Thomas

36

3-4

151

Determination of pesticide residues in imported and locally produce honey in Jordan

Jawad Al-Rifai; Nageh Akeel

36

3-4

155

Detection and thermal destruction of the chalkbrood fungus (Ascosphaera apis) in honey

Denis Anderson; Helen Giacon; Nicole Gibson

36

3-4

163

Carbon isotopic composition of Mexican honeyEdith Cienfuegos; Isabel Casar; Pedro Morales

36

3-4

169

Notes & Comments

    

Bees visiting coconut inflorescences in Bahia, Northeast Brazil

Catherine S Williams; Guy M Poppy

36

3-4

180


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