Vol 43 Issue 1 2004

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Colony condition and bee behaviour in honey bees (Apis mellifera) housed in wooden or polystyrene hives and fed 'bee cake' or syrup

A Dodologlu, C Dulger and F Genc

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Amylase activity in honey bee hypopharyngeal glands reduced by RNA interference

H S Gatehouse, L N Gatehouse, L A Malone, S Hodges, E Tregidga and J Todd

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Residues of para-dichlorobenzene in honey and beeswax

S Bogdanov, V Kilchenmann, K Seiler, H Pfefferli, Th Frey, B Roux, P Wenk and J Noser

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Development of a simple and rapid method for typing population origins of the honey bee (Apis cerana) in Thailand

C Imjongjirak, L Ngewsra, C Pramual, S Insuan, K Pala-or, S Klinbunga and S Sittipraneed

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A field study on the long-term incidence of Acarapis woodi in Greece

N K Bacandritsos and C J Saitanis

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A study on spermatozoa viability over time in honey bee (Apis mellifera ligustica) queen spermathecae

Marco Lodesani, Donatella Balduzzi and Andrea Galli

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Observations of the ectoparasitic bee mite Varroa destructor in honey bee (Apis mellifera) cells infected with chalkbrood (Ascosphaera apis)

Diana Sammataro and Jennifer Finley

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