JAR 35, Issue 3-4, 1996

publication date: May 21, 2010
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Title

Authors

Volume 

Edition

Page

Original Research Articles

 

 

 

 

The distribution and range expansion of Africanized honey bees (Apis mellifera) in the state of Yucatan, Mexico

José Javier G Quezada-Euán; Carlos M Echazarreta; Robert J Paxton

35

3-4

85

Flower revisitation by foraging bumble bees: the effects of landmarks and floral arrangementD Redmond; C M S Plowright

35

3-4

97 

Clinal morphometric variation in Africanized honey bees under racial admixture hypothesis

José Alexandre Felizola Diniz-Filho

35

3-4

104

Screening method for the determination of peroxide acumulation in honey and relation with HMF content

 J D Kerkvliet

35

3-4

110

Notes & Comments

    

A study on the presence of Bacillus larvae spores carried by adult honey bees to identify colonies with clinical symptoms of american foulbrood disease

R M Goodwin; J H Perry; H M Haine

35

3-4

 118

Water collection by bumble bees

Claire Ferry; Sarah A Corbet

35

3-4

120

Relative attractiveness of queen mandibular pheromone components to honey bee (Apis mellifera) drones 

Gerald M Loper; Orley R Taylor, Jr; Leonard J Foster; Jan Kochansky

35

3-4

122

Isolation of megabasesized DNA fragments from the honey bee (Apis mellifera) genome

Paul R Ebert

35

3-4

124


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