JAR 29, Issue 3, 1990

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Original Research Articles

 

 

 

 

Cytophotometric evaluation of corpora allata DNA during the development of larvae of workers and queens (Apis mellifera l.; Hymenoptera, Apidae)

E. N. Yaginuma, R. L. M. Silva De Moraes And C. Cruz-Landim

29

3

121

Foraging rates and hive contents during the establishment of honeybee colonies (Apis mellifera L.)

Steven A. Kolmes And Yacoba Sam

29

3

126

Observations on nectar secretion in fireweed, Epilobium angustifolium L. (Onagraceae)

J. P. Michaud

29

3

132

The nutrient composition of honeybee-collected pollen in Otago, New Zealand

Sarah Day, Richard Beyer, Alison Mercer, Stephen Ogden

29

3

138

Determination of carotenes from bee-collected pollen by high performance liquid chromatography 

S. Muniategui, M. T. Sancho, J. Lopez, J. F. Huidobro And J. Simal

29

3

147

Artificial mixing of spermatozoa from honeybees and evidence for sperm competition

John R. Harbo

29

3

151

Ultrastructural changes in Nosema apis within the midgut of honeybees exposed to antiprotozoal drugs in vitro

T. P. Liu

29

3

159

The effects of low doses of gamma irradiation on the ultrastructure of Nosema apis in vitroT. P. Liu, T. A. Batchelor, R. J. Munn, J. M. Marston And C. L. Judson

29

3

165

Variance and heritability of the capped developmental stage in European Apis mellifera L. and its correlation with increased Varroa jacobsoni Oud. infestation

R. Büchler And W. Drescher

29

3

172

Lead concentration in some New Zealand honeysJacqueline S. Rowarth

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177


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