JAR 51 2 2012

publication date: Apr 1, 2012
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Guest Editorial

An update on the COLOSS network and the “BEEBOOK: standard methodologies for Apis mellifera research”

Geoffrey R Williams, Vincent Dietemann, James D Ellis and Peter Neumann

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Original Research Articles

Association of single nucleotide polymorphisms to resistance to chalkbrood in Apis mellifera

Beth Holloway, H Allen Sylvester, Lelania Bourgeois and Thomas E Rinderer

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The concentration effect of selected acaricides present in beeswax foundation on the survival of Apis mellifera colonies

Sandra K Medici, Adela Castro, Edgardo G Sarlo, Juan M Marioli and Martin J Eguaras

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A colony defence difference between two honey bee subspecies (Apis mellifera cypria and Apis mellifera caucasica)

Irfan Kandemir, Ibrahim Cakmak, Charles I Abramson, Selvinar S Cakmak, Eddie Serrano, Daniel Song, Levent Aydin and Harrington Wells

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How honey bees of successive age classes are distributed over a one storey, ten frames hive

Jozef J M van der Steen, Bram Cornelissen, Jeroen Donders, Tjeerd Blacquière and Coby van Dooremalen

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Propolis and its constituent chrysin inhibit plasminogen activator inhibitor 1 production induced by tumour necrosis factor-α and lipopolysaccharide

Naoki Ohkura, Yuko Takata, Kumiko Ando, Shiho Kanai, Emiko Watanabe, Tomoyoshi Nohira and Gen-ichi Atsumi

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Monitoring of royal jelly protein degradation during storage using Fourier-transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy

Petros A Tarantilis, Christos S Pappas, Eleftherios Alissandrakis, Paschalis C Harizanis and Moschos G Polissiou

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Which mountain cliffs do Apis laboriosa honey bees select as nesting sites and why?

Jerzy Woyke, Jerzy Wilde and Maria Wilde

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Humans versus dogs; a comparison of methods for the detection of bumble bee nests

Steph O’Connor, Kirsty J Park and Dave Goulson

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Notes & Comments

A method for rapidly marking adult varroa mites for use in brood inoculation experiments

Maria J Kirrane, Lilia I de Guzman, Thomas E Rinderer, Amanda M Frake, Jeremy Wagnitz and Pádraig M Whelan

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Long-range dispersal of small hive beetles

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

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Sex ratio and dispersal of small hive beetles

Sebastian Spiewok and Peter Neumann

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Seasonal inconsistencies in the relationship between honey bee longevity in field colonies and laboratory cages

Thomas E Rinderer, Robert G Danka and J Anthony Stelzer

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