JAR 49 Issue 3, 2010

publication date: Jun 22, 2010
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Original Research Articles

 

 

 

 

Do sunflowers influence the development of honey bee, Apis mellifera, colonies in areas with diversified crop farming?

Jean-Daniel Charrière, Anton Imdorf, Clément Koenig, Silvan Gallmann and Rolf Kuhn

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In vitro inhibitory actions of some essential oils on Ascosphaera apis, a fungus responsible for honey bee chalkbrood

Haïfa Boudegga, Naïma Boughalleb, Naïma Barbouche, Mohamed Habib Ben Hamouda and Mohamed El Mahjoub

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Pesticide residues in beeswax and beebread samples collected from honey bee colonies (Apis mellifera L.) in Spain. Possible implications for bee losses

F. José Orantes-Bermejo, Antonio Gómez Pajuelo, Mercedes Megías Megías,
Cristina Torres Fernández-Píñar

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243

Fingerprinting and assessment of genetic variability of Varroa destructor in Egypt

Nabil. S. Awad, Sally F. M. Allam, Margueriet A. Rizk, Morad. F. Hassan and Ayman.Y. Zaki

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Evaluation of the toxicity of a propolis extract on Varroa destructor (Acari: Varroidae) and Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera: Apidae)

Natalia Damiani, Matías Daniel Maggi, Liesel Brenda Gende, Claudia Faverin, Martín Javier
Eguaras and Jorge Augusto Marcangeli

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257

Toxic evaluation in honey bees (Apis mellifera) of pollen from selected plants from the semi-arid region of Brazil

Luciene Xavier de Mesquita, Patrício Borges Maracajá, Sidnei Miyoshi Sakamoto and Benito Soto-Blanco

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Honey bee guards recognise allospecific intruders via “different odours” not “harmful-intruder odours”

Martin H. Kärcher and Francis L.W. Ratnieks

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Natural infection by Nosema ceranae causes similar lesions as in experimentally infected caged-workers honey bees
(Apis mellifera)

Pilar García-Palencia, Raquel Martín-Hernández, Amelia-Virginia González-Porto, Pilar Marin,
Aránzazu Meana and Mariano Higes

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Notes & Comments

    

Observations on bee species visiting white clover in New Zealand pastures brood assay   

Louise Malone, James Aulsford, Brad Howlett, Cynthia Scott-Dupree, Nicolas Bardol and Barry Donovan

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Advances in Paenibacillus larvae and American foulbrood monitoring in honey bee colonies from Argentinean apiaries

Natalia Jorgelina Fernández, Liesel Brenda Gende and Martín Javier Eguaras

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287

A stingless bee hive design for a broader climate range

Mark Greco, Robert Spooner-Hart and Paul Holford

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