Vol 43 Issue 4 2004

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Allozyme evidence of recent genetic shifts in honey bee populations of Italy

Guido Badino, Giovanna Celebrano, Aulo Manino and Peter Franck

 

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Population dynamics of Varroa destructor in colonies of Apis mellifera macedonica in Greece

Michel Kokkinis and Vasilios Liakos

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Reinforcement of bee-plant interaction by phenolics in food

Fang Lin Liu, Wen Jun Fu, Da Rong Yang, Yan Qiong Peng, Xue Wen Zhang and Jian Zhong He

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A study of the efficacy of formic acid in controlling Varroa destructor and its correlation with temperature in Iran

R Bahreini, Gh Tahmasebi, J Nowzari and M Talebi

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Evaluation of the biodiversity of honey bee (Apis mellifera) populations from eastern Spain

Pilar De la Rua, Yolanda Jimenez, Jose Galian and Jose Serrano

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Functional longevity of honey bee, Apis mellifera, queens inseminated with low viability semen

Anita M Collins

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A genomic-wide analysis of Apis mellifera: insights into small diverse high copy number ORFs

Supriya Munshaw, Robert W Cutler, Siriwat Wongsiri and Panuwan Chantawannakul

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Status of Apis laboriosa populations in Kaski district, western Nepal

Surendra R Joshi, Farooq Ahmad and Min B Gurung

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Periodic mass flights of the giant honey bee, Apis dorsata

Jerzy Woyke, Cezary Kruk, Jerzy Wilde and Maria Wilde

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Chalkbrood (Ascosphaera apis) and some other fungi associated with Africanized honey bees (Apis mellifera) in Costa Rica

Rafael A Calderon, German Rivera, Luis A Sanchez and Luis G Zamora

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Unusual queen cell construction and destruction in Apis mellifera from far-eastern Russia

Robin A Cargel and Thomas E Rinderer

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A survey of Varroa destructor strains on Apis mellifera in Turkey

Natapot Warrit, Timothy AR Hagen, Deborah R Smith and Ibrahim Cakmak

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