JAR 29, Issue 4, 1990

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Original Research Articles

 

 

 

 

Effect of sucrose feeding on the induction of honeybee haemolymph ex-glucosidase (E.C. 3.2.1.20)

M. Bounias And M. R. J. Morgan

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4

182

Suppression of ovary development of worker honeybees by association with workers treated with Carbon Dioxide

Jeffrey W. Harris And John R. Harbo

29

4

187

Relationship between 2-heptanone and some biological and environmental variables in Apis mellifera L.

Clarice H. Sakamoto, Ademilson E. E. Soares And Jose N. C. Lopes

29

4

194

A comparison of 2-heptanone production in Africanized and European strains of the honeybee, Apis Mellifera L.

Clarice H. Sakamoto, Ademilson E. E. Soares And Jose N. C. Lopes

29

4

199

Seasonal pollen collection by honeybees from Grass/Shrub highlands in Canterbury, New Zealand

W. D. Pearson And V. Braiden

29

4

206

Eight methods for ventilating confined honeybee colonies during the application of insecticides

M. A. Abd Al-Fattah And A. A. M. El-Shemy

29

4

214

The release of Nosema apis spores from the epithelium of the honeybee midgut

T. P. Liu

29

4

221

In vitro observations on ontogenesis of the mite, Euvarroa sinhai delfinado & baker (Acari: Varroidae), in drone brood cells of the honeybee, Apis mellifera L.

M. S. Mossadegh

29

4

230

A semi-artificial diet for Scaptotrigona depilis moure (Hymenoptera, Apidae)

Pedro G. Fernandes-Da-Silva And Fernando Sergio Zucoloto

29

4

233

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