JAR 33, Issue 2, 1994

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Original Research Articles

 

 

 

 

Scanning electron microscopy of cervical lobes of Apis drones

S Patinawinj; S Wongsiri

33

2

65

Characterization of Bacillus larvae and related bacilli by chromatography of cell fatty acids

V Drobnikova; V Richter; J Hausler; I Pytelova

33

2

69

Modification of honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) stinging behaviour by within-colony environment and age

Robert J Paxton; Clarice H Sakamoto; Frederick C N Rugiga

33

2

75

Residues of cymiazole in honey and honey bees

Paolo Cabras; M Gisella Martini; Ignazio Floris; Lorenzo Spanedda

33

2

83

The mechanism of queen elimination in two queen honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) colonies

Vivian M Butz; Alfred Dietz

33

2

87

DNA restriction endonuclease profiles and ping of geographically diverse isolates of Bacillus larvae

Steven Djordjevic; Michael Ho-Shon; Michael Hornitzky

33

2

95

Molecular cloning of two cDNAs from the head of the nurse honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) for coding related proteins of royal jelly

J Klaudinv; J Hanes; J Kulifajova; S Albert; J Simuth

33

2

105

Amino acid composition of an Africanized honey bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) specific protein

A C F Hung; R M Wagner

33

2

113

The use of dimethoate as a reference compound in laborato acute toxicity tests on honey bees (Apis mellitera LIB) 1981-1992

H J Gough; E C McIndoe; G B Lewis

33

2

119


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