IBRA's award winning,
Journal of Apicultural Research
Special Issue - Colony Losses
For over 60 years IBRA has published Bee Science
that's Worldwide and World Class!
"The Journal of Apicultural Research, publishes original research articles, original theoretical papers, notes, comments and authoritative reviews on scientific aspects of the biology, ecology, natural history, conservation and culture of all types of bee (superfamily Apoidea).
The ISI Impact Factor (2011) for this journal is 1.531".
All papers submitted to the journal undergo review by the editors and independent peer referees, and papers are accepted for publication only if they are of the required standard and have not been published elsewhere. Copyright of published papers is normally held by the International Bee Research Association.
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The Journal of Apicultural Research has been IBRA's journal for reporting experimental science for the past 50 years. The journal's very first volume carried Woyke's classic paper on diploid drones, and every volume since has contained important contributions to scientific literature.
Because of the high quality of the journal's papers, it has come to be respected as a prestigious outlet for reporting scientific studies of the biology, ecology, natural history and culture of all types of bees. Indeed, many scientists have come to respect the journal as the flagship of apicultural journals.
Press release: Celebrating 50 years of JAR
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