JAR 30, Issue 2, 1991

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Title

Authors

Volume 

Edition

Page

Original Research Articles

 

 

 

 

The limitations of biometric control on pure race breeding in Apis mellifera

Robin F A Moritz

30

2

54

Drifting behaviour of drone honey bees (Apis mellifera L.) in commercial apiaries

R W Currie; S C Jay

30

2

61

Pollens of honeys from North-Western Spain

M V Jato; A Sala-Llinares; M I Iglesias; M Suarez-Cervera

30

2

69

A comparison of laboratory techniques for the detection of significant bacteria of the honey bee, Apis mellifera, in Argentina

Adriana M Alippi

30

2

75

Characterization of some southern Brazilian honey and bee plants through pollen analysis

M Ramalho; L S Guibu; T C Giannini; A Kleinert-Giovannini; V L Imperatriz-Fonseca

30

2

81

Forage for bumble bees and honey bees in farmland: a case study

M Fussell; Sarah A Corbet

30

2

87

Sugar ratios in nectars of varieties of canola (Brassica napus)

P G Kevan; H Lee; R W Shuel

30

2

99

Comparative tests of fluvalinate and flumethrin to control Varroa jacobsoni Oudemans

M Ferrer-Dufol; A I Martinez-Vinuales; C Sanchez-Acedo

30

103

The development of laying workers in field colonies of the Cape honey bee

H R Hepburn; P Magnuson; L Herbert; L A Whiffler

30

2

107

Notes & Comments    

Biometrical control of breeding

Freidrich Ruttner

30

2

113


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