JAR 52 3 2013

publication date: Jun 6, 2013
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Bee Management

Evaluation of inexpensive pollen substitute diets through quantification of haemolymph proteins

Michelle M Morais, Aline P Turcatto, Tiago M Francoy, Lionel S Gonçalves, Fabrício A Cappelari and David De Jong

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Funnel trap – a tool for selective collection of exiting forager bees for tests

Piotr Medrzycki

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Evolution, phylogeny, and biogeography

Geographical distribution and population variation of Apis mellifera jemenitica Ruttner

Ahmed A Al-Ghamdi, Adgaba Nuru, Mohammed S Khanbash and Deborah R Smith

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Open Access

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Genetics and breeding

Fine mapping identifies significantly associating markers for resistance to the honey bee brood fungal disease, Chalkbrood

Beth Holloway, Matthew R Tarver and Thomas E Rinderer

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Hive product science

HR-MAS NMR metabolic profiling, furosine and (E)-10-Hydroxy-2-decenoic acid for qualitative and geographical discrimination of royal jelly

Maria Cristina Messia, Anatoli P Sobolev, Ana Maria Gómez-Caravaca, Raffaele Lamanna, Irene D’Amico, Maria Fiorenza Caboni, Emanuele Marconi and Luisa Mannina

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Pathology and parasitology

Investigating the impact of deploying commercial Bombus terrestris for crop pollination on pathogen dynamics in wild bumble bees

Penelope R Whitehorn, Matthew C Tinsley, Mark J F Brown and Dave Goulson

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Tropilaelaps mercedesae: does this honey bee brood mite parasite exhibit a sex preference when infesting brood of the adapted host Apis dorsata?

Ninat Buawangpong, Kitiphong Khongphinitbunjong, Panuwan Chantawannakul and Michael Burgett

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Physiology, biochemistry, and chemical ecology

Apis cerana swarms abscond to battle and elude hornets (Vespa spp.) in northern Thailand

 Willard S Robinson

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Pollination

Pollen diversity and pollen ingestion in an Amazonian stingless bee, Melipona seminigra (Hymenoptera, Apidae)

Carlos Ueira-Vieira, Carlos Gustavo Nunes-Silva, Maria Lúcia Absy, Maria de Fátima Ferreira da Costa Pinto, Warwick Estevam Kerr, Ana Maria Bonetti and Gislene Almeida Carvalho-Zilse

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