JAR 52 2 2013

publication date: Apr 1, 2013
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Bee Management

The Australian stingless bee industry: a follow-up survey, one decade on

Megan T Halcroft, Robert Spooner-Hart, Anthony M Haigh, Tim A Heard and Anne Dollin

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Attraction and direct establishment of primary and secondary honey bee swarms using swarm-tissue sachets 

Alexandros Papachristoforou and Konstantinos Ilanidis

 

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A new design for honey bee hoarding cages for laboratory experiments

Angela Köhler, Susan W Nicolson and Christian W W Pirk

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Evolution, phylogeny, and biogeography

Biometric studies of the Indian honey bee Apis cerana indica (Fabr.) in the Nagapattinam District, Tamil Nadu, Southern India

Mani Baskaran and Krishnamoorthy Thiyagesan

 

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Hive product science

Characterization of four typical honeys from highly diverse tropical ecosystems

Angélica Zavala-Olalde, Idalia Colomo-González, Nubia Matalí-Pérez, Lucia Piana, Benoît Olivier, Agustín Méndez-Villarreal and Rémy Vandame

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Anti-inflammatory activity of propolis from Maharashtra, India

Dattatraya G Naik, Arvind M Mujumdar and Harshada S Vaidya 

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Pathology and parasitology

A national survey of managed honey bee 2011-12 winter colony losses in the United States: results from the Bee Informed Partnership

Angela M Spleen, Eugene J Lengerich, Karen Rennich, Dewey Caron, Robyn Rose, Jeff S Pettis, Mark Henson, James T Wilkes, Michael Wilson, Jennie Stitzinger, Kathleen Lee, Michael Andree, Robert Snyde and Dennis vanEngelsdorp, for the Bee Informed Partnership

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First isolation of Kashmir bee virus (KBV) in Italy

Antonella Cersini, Valter Bellucci, Stefano Lucci, Franco Mutinelli, Anna Granato, Claudio Porrini, Antonio Felicioli and Giovanni Formato

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Israeli acute paralysis virus (IAPV) in Turkish bees

Aslı Özkırım and Aygün Schiesser

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Effect of honey bee extracts, and honey on the in vitro germination of Paenibacillus larvae spores

R Mark Goodwin, Heather M McBrydie and Oksana Borowik

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Nosema ceranae has been infecting honey bees Apis mellifera in Italy since at least 1993

Ezio Ferroglio, Stefania Zanet, Nancy Peraldo, Elisa Tachis, Anna Trisciuoglio, Daniela Laurino and Marco Porporato

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Survey for Nosema spp. in Belize apiaries

Juliana Rangel, Brenna E Traver, Glen Stevens, Mario Howe and Richard D Fell

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A standardized method to extract and store haemolymph from Apis mellifera and the ectoparasite Varroa destructor for protein analysis

P Melisa Garrido, Mariana L Martin, Pedro Negri and Martín J Eguaras

 

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Comments on: “Varroa destructor: research avenues towards sustainable control”

Robert G Danka, Thomas E Rinderer, Marla Spivak and John Kefuss

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First record of Melaloncha (Diptera: Phoridae) parasitoid associated with Bombus (Apidae: Bombini) in Argentina

Mariano Lucia, Leopoldo J Alvarez and Alberto H Abrahamovich

 

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Physiology, biochemistry, and chemical ecology

Comparative morphometric studies of the sting apparatus of the worker bees of four different Apis species (Apis dorsata, Apis mellifera, Apis cerana and Apis florea)

Nallahalli Shivarajegowda Surendra, Gopasandra Narayanappa Jayaram, Muniswamy Reddy, Shankara Reddy and Hemagirigowda Ravikumar

 

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Determining the amount of water condensed above and below the winter cluster of honey bees in a North - European Climate  

Kalle Toomemaa, Ants-Johannes Martin, Marika Mänd and Ingrid H Williams

 

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Effect of in-hive miticides on drone honey bee survival and sperm viability

Reed M Johnson, Lizette Dahlgren, Blair D Siegfried and Marion D Ellis

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The effect of brood incubation temperature on the reproductive value of honey bee (Apis mellifera) drones

Krystyna Czekońska, Bożena Chuda-Mickiewicz and Paweł Chorbiński

 

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Pollination

Investigating plant–pollinator relationships in the Aegean: the approaches of the project POL-AEGIS (The pollinators of the Aegean archipelago: diversity and threats)

Theodora Petanidou, Gunilla Ståhls, Ante Vujić, Jens M Olesen, Santos Rojo, Andreas Thrasyvoulou, Stefanos Sgardelis, Athanasios S Kallimanis, Stella Kokkini and Thomas Tscheulin 

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