JAR Volume 25 Issue 4 1986

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Authors

Volume 

Edition

Page

Original Research Articles

 

 

 

 

Foraging behaviour of Apis cerana indica and Apis mellifera in pollinating apple flowers

L. R. Verma And P. C. Dulta

25

4

197

Correlation and path-coefficient analysis of environmental factors  influencing flight activity of Apis florea F.

R. C. Sihag And D. P. Abrol

25

4

202

A quantitative method for assessing some aspects of the independence of sampling in behavioural studies of worker honeybees

Steven A. Kolmes And Mark L. Winston

25

4

209

High-frequency sound production by honeybees

Hayward G. Spangler

25

4

213

Honeybee constancy to ultraviolet floral reflectance

C. Eugene Jones, Cheryl L Scannell, Karla J. Kramer And Wayne E. Sawyer

25

4

220

Mating distance of the honeybee in north-western Alberta Canada

Tibor I. Szabo

25

4

227

Variation in malate dehydrogenase allozymes among honeybee populations in Kenya

D. W. Ndiritu, N. Mutugi And S. Ndung'u

25

4

234

Influence of the amount of eggs and larvae in honeybee colonies on temporal division of labour

Mark L. Winston And Linda A. Fergusson

25

4

238

Comparative morphogenic and toxicity studies on the effect of pesticides on honeybee brood

E. L. Atkins And D. Kellum

25

4

242

Evaluation of some essential oils as repellents to the Indian honeybee Apis cerana indica 1. Gustatory repellency and toxicity

Jitender Kumar, S. K. Patyal And R. C. Mishra

25

4

256

JAR Volume 25 Index Issue 1-4IBRA

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