JAR 49 4 2010

publication date: Oct 1, 2010
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Antioxidants in wax cappings of honey bee brood

Diana Sammataro, Blaise LeBlanc, Mark J. Carroll, Jennifer Finley and Mohammed T. Torabi

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Mating frequencies of Africanized honey bees in the south western USA

David R. Tarpy, Joel R. Caren, Deborah A. Delaney, Diana Sammataro, Jennifer Finley, Gerald M. Loper and Gloria DeGrandi-Hoffman

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302

Rearing honey bees (Apis mellifera L.) in vitro: effects of feeding intervals on survival and development

Osman Kaftanoglu, Timothy A. Linksvayer and Robert E. Page, Jr

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311

Foraging behaviour of Apis florea F., an important pollinator of Allium cepa L.

Dharam P Abrol

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318

Optimization of the components of an energetic diet for Africanized bees through the modelling of mixtures

Deodoro M. Brighenti, Carla R. G. Brighenti, Marcelo A. Cirillo and Carlos M. B. Santos

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326

Notes & Comments    

Honey bee colony losses in the Jura Region, France and related pathogens

Raymond Borneck, Alain Viry, Raquel Martín-Hernández and Mariano Higes

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334

Honey bee colony losses in Belgium during the 2008-9 winter

Bach Kim Nguyen, Jacques Mignon, Dries Laget, Dirk C de Graaf, Frans J Jacobs, Dennis vanEngelsdorp, Yves Brostaux, Claude Saegerman and Eric Haubruge

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337

Detection of Nosema ceranae in honey bees from Croatia

Ivana Tlak Gajger, Oliver Vugrek, Zdravko Petrinec, Danijela Grilec and Zlatko Tomljanović

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Molecular detection of Nosema ceranae and Nosema apis infections in Turkish apiaries with collapsed colonies   

Mustafa Necati Muz, Ahmet Onur Girisgin, Dilek Muz and Levent Aydin

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342

High and rapid infestation of isolated commercial honey bee colonies with small hive beetles in Australia

Peter Neumann, Dorothee Hoffmann, Michael Duncan and Robert Spooner-Hart

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343

Unusual honey pot building behaviour in captively reared bumble bees Bombus terrestris

Sean A Rands, Dominic Clarke, James E Hallett and Heather M Whitney

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