JAR 50 1 2011

publication date: Jan 1, 2011
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Original Research Articles





A survey of managed honey bee colony losses in the USA, fall 2009 to winter 2010

Dennis vanEngelsdorp, Jerry
Hayes Jr., Robyn M Underwood, Dewey Caron and Jeffery Pettis

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Geographic distribution and associated flora of native and introduced bumble bees (Bombus spp.) in Chile

José Montalva, Leah Dudley, Mary Kalin Arroyo, Hernán Retamales
and Alberto H Abrahamovich

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Bee diversity along a forest regeneration gradient in Western Kenya

Mary Gikungu, Dieter Wittmann, David Irungu and Manfred Kraemer

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Nosema ceranae development in Apis mellifera: influence of diet and infective inoculum

Martín P Porrini, Edgardo G Sarlo, Sandra K Medici, Paula M Garrido, Darío P Porrini, Damiani Natalia and Martín J Eguaras

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Winner of the Eva Crane Memorial Award

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Phylogenetic relationships of Greek Apis mellifera subspecies based on sequencing of mtDNA segments (COI and ND5)

Stefanos Martimianakis, Elena Klossa-Kilia, Maria Bouga and George Kilias

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Review Article
    

A review of methods for discrimination of honey bee populations as applied to European beekeeping

Maria Bouga, Cedric Alaux,
Malgorzata Bienkowska, Ralph Büchler, Norman L Carreck, Eliza Cauia, Robert Chlebo, Bjorn Dahle, Raffaele Dall'
Olio, Pilar De la Rúa,
Ales Gregorc, Evgeniya Ivanova, Aykut Kence, Meral Kence, Nikola Kezic, Hrisula Kiprijanovska, Peter Kozmus, Per Kryger, Yves Le
Conte, Marco Lodesani,
António Manuel Murilhas, Adrian Siceanu, Gabriele Soland, Aleksandar Uzunov and Jerzy Wilde

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Notes & Comments




 

The presence of chronic bee paralysis virus infection in honey bees (Apis mellifera L.) in the USA

Yan Ping Chen, Jay D Evans and Jeff S Pettis

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Honey bee social immunity and Colony Collapse Disorder

Ben Seaver

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