JAR 28, Issue 1, 1989

publication date: Mar 29, 2011
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Original Research Articles

 

 

 

 

Laboratory toxicity of insecticides to workers of Trigona spinipes (F., 1793) (Hymenoptera, Apidae)

Oilton J. D. Macieira And Maria Jose A. Hebling-Beraldo

28

1

3

Honeybee responses to chemical components from the worker sting apparatus and Mandibular Glands in field tests

J. B. Free, A. W. Ferguson, AND Jacqueline R. Simpkins

28

1

7

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

J. B. Free, A. W. Ferguson, AND Jacqueline R. Simpkins

28

1

22

Variation in food consumed by caged worker bees from different colonies

J. M. Kulinčević and W. C. Rothenbuhler

28

1

26

The infection of Apis mellifera larvae by Ascosphaera apis

Sally Bamford And L. A. F. Heath

28

1

30

The effects of temperature and pH on the Germination of spores of the Chalkbrood fungus, Ascosphaera apis

Sally Bamford And L. A. F. Heath

28

1

36

Microscopic analysis of honeys from Manitoba, Canada

Marie-Jose Feller-Demalsy, Johanne Parent And Alexander A. Strachan

28

1

41

Precautions in the use of Melissopalynology

Nicholas H. Low, Charles Schweger And Peter Sporns

28

1

50

Determination of Pinocembrin in honey using HPLCStephan Bogdanov

28

1

55


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