JAR 28, Issue 3, 1989

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Selecting for high carbohydrate production in Birdsfoot trefoil (Lotus corniculatus L.) through direct and indirect evaluation

Nancy J. Campbell And George S. Ayers

28

3

121

A new approach to the control of predatory wasps (Vespa spp.) Of the honeybee (Apis mellifera L.)

R. C. Mishra, Jitender Kumar, And J. K. Gupta

28

3

126

The effect of different periods of brood isolation on subsequent brood-cell visits by worker honeybees (Apis mellifera L.)

Michael Blanke And Wilhelm Lensing

28

3

131

Biochemical studies on flight muscles of the genus Apis

P. C. Dulta And L. R. Verma

28

3

136

Sun position and a colony's queen state as possible factors influencing the orientation and drift of drone honeybees (Apis mellifera L.).

R. W. Currie And S. C. Jay

28

3

142

Dance behaviour of successful foragers of the african honeybee, apis mellifera scutellata (hymenoptera: apidae)

Stanley S. Schneider

28

3

150

The nutritional value of Typha latifolia pollen for beesJustin O. Schmidt, Stephen L. Buchmann And Murtadha Glaiim

28

3

155

Melittiphis alvearius (Berlese) and other mites found in honeybee colonies in Nova Scotia

Justin O. Schmidt, Stephen L. Buchmann And Murtadha Glaiim

28

3

166

Field experiments to determine the effect of Perizin on Varroa mite in honeybee colonies in IranValiollah Bandpay And Mohsen Bahrami

28

3

169

Repellency of two phenylacetate-ester pyrethroids to the honeybee

Joseph P. Rieth And Marshall D. Levin

28

3

175


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