JAR 52 (5) 2013

publication date: Dec 1, 2013
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Bee Management

The application of highly centrifuged honey as an improved diet for experimentally caged honey bees

Alexandros Papachristoforou, Aikaterini Termentzi, Maria Halabalaki and Evgenia Koutouvela

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Queen excluders enhance honey production in African honey bees, Apis mellifera, by limiting brood rearing during peak nectar flow

Nuru Adgaba, Ahmed A Al-ghamdi, Mebrat Hailu, Awraris G Shenkute, Mohammed J Ansari, H Randall Hepburn and Sarah E Radloff

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Tanging does not cause flying swarms to settle

Michael L Smith

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Individual feeding of honey bees: modification of the Rinderer technique

Martín Pablo Porrini, Paula Melisa Garrido and Martín Javier Eguaras

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Ecology and Conservation

Three species of native Thai honey bees exploit overlapping pollen resources: identification of bee flora from pollen loads and midguts from Apis cerana, A. dorsata and A. florea

Guntima Suwannapong, Samrit Maksong, Tanawat Yemor, Natchanan Junsuri and Mark Eric Benbow

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Genetic structure of Malaysian Apis dorsata aggregations in Marang district (Terengganu)

Najmeh Sahebzadeh, Adam NurAzura, Wei Hong Lau, Makhdzir Mardan, Manaf Abdul Ali and Soon Guan Tan

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Pathology and parasitology

Efficacy of Apilife Var® and Thymovar® against Varroa destructor as an autumn treatment in a cool climate

Mary F Coffey and John Breen

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Predatory behaviour of pseudoscorpions (Ellingsenius indicus) associated with Himalayan Apis cerana

Ratna Thapa, Siriwat Wongsiri, Myeong Lyeol Lee and Yong-Soo Choi

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Differential expression of vitellogenin in honey bees (Apis mellifera) with different degrees of Nosema ceranae infection

Karina Antúnez, Yamandú Mendoza, Estela Santos and Ciro Invernizzi

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Molecular identification of Lactobacillus spp. isolated from the honey comb of the honey bee (Apis dorsata) by 16S rRNA gene sequencing

Naser Tajabadi, Makhdzir Mardan, Mohd Yazid Abdul Manap and Shuhaimi Mustafa

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Exploring a treatment strategy for long-term increase of varroa tolerance on Marmara Island, Turkey

Ibrahim Cakmak and Stefan Fuchs

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The role of deformed wing virus in the initial collapse of varroa infested honey bee colonies in the UK

Stephen J Martin, Brenda V Ball and Norman L Carreck

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Nosema ceranae is not detected in honey bees (Apis spp.) of northeast Thailand

Siripuk Suraporn, Myrsini Eirini Natsopoulou, Vincent Doublet, Dino P McMahon and Robert J Paxton

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A laboratory technique to study the effects of Varroa destructor and viruses on developing worker honey bees

Lilia I de Guzman, Kitiphong Khongphinitbunjong, Thomas E Rinderer, Matthew R Tarver and Amanda M Frake

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