JAR Volume 24 Issue 3 1985

publication date: Aug 24, 2011
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Authors

Volume 

Edition

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Original Research Articles

 

 

 

 

An estimate of the heritability of the corbicular area of the honeybee

Charles P. Milne, Jr.

24

3

136

An estimate of the heritability of worker longevity or length of life in the honeybee

Charles P. Milne, Jr.

24

3

140

Bee hair structure and the effect of hair on metabolism at low temperature

Edward E. Southwick

24

3

144

Ultrastructure of the sunflower nectary

D. Sammataro, E. H. Erickson, Jr. And M. B. Garment

24

3

150

Honey production and underlying nectar harvesting activities of Africanized and European honeybees

T. E. Rinderer, A. M. Collins And K. W. Tucker

24

3

161

Observations on the dance communication and natural foraging ranges of Apis cerana, Apis dorsata and Apis florea in Sri Lanka

R. W. K. Punchihewa, N. Koeniger, P. G. Kevan And R. M. Gadawski

24

3

168

A method for remote monitoring of activity of honeybee colonies by sound analysis

David G. Dietlein*

24

3

175

Differences in non-stinging aggressive responses of worker honeybees to diseased and healthy bees in May and July

Nathan H. Drum And Walter C. Rothenbuhler

24

3

184

The effects of gamma-radiation from cobalt 60 on quality parameters of australian honeys

M. Wootton, M. Hornitzky And L. Beneke

24

3

188

Source of the honey protein responsible for apple juice clarification

C. Y. Lee, N. L. Smith, R. W. Kime and R. A. Mors

24

3

190

Determination of residues of some insecticides in clover flowers: A bioassay method using honeybee adultsS. A. Mansour* and M. K. Al-Jalili

24

3

195

Storage and incubation in the management of the alfalfa pollinating bee Megachile flavipes SpinolaR. P. Kapil and R. C. Sihag

24

3

199

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