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Apiacta Editar

Digital version of Apiacta Vol 2006: Editar

  1. Evaluation of different queen introduction methods in honeybee colonies in Uruguay. C. Invernizzi, J. Harriet, S. Carvalho. PDF 138 Kb.
  2. Fast SPE extraction and LC-ESI-MS-MS analysis of flavonoids and phenolic acids in honey. P. Pulcini, F. Allegrini, N. Festuccia. Word 205 Kb.
  3. Pollen analysis of Royal Jelly: contribution to analytical methods and characterization. L. Piana, P. Belligoli, L. Persano Oddo, S. Piperno. Word 126 Kb.
  4. A Comparative analysis of beekeeping and crop production in Adamawa State, Nigeria. Muhammad R. Ja’Afar-Furo. Word 45,5 Kb.
  5. Varroa control using cellulose strips soaked in oxalic acid water solution E. Marinelli, G. Formato, G. Vari, F. M. De Pace. Word 1.98 Mb.
  6. Effects of artificial sugar feeding on sugar composition of Royal Jelly G. Sesta, L. Persano Oddo, F. Nisi, L. Ricci. Word 108 Kb.
  7. Palynological analysis of geopropolis samples obtained from six species of Meliponinae Ortrud Monika Barth. PDF 204 Kb.
  8. An attempt to establish reliable "best before" dates for honeys originating in both continental and oceanic climates. Cavia. PDF 40 Kb.
  9. Monitoring for American Foulbrood spores from honey and bee samples in Canada. Stephen F. Pernal. PDF 139 Kb.
  10. Physico chemical characteristics of propolis collected in Santa Fe (Argentina). Enzo A. Tosi. PDF 85 Kb.

Digital version of Apiacta Vol 2005: Editar

  1. Residue determination in honey after a spring treatment with Thymovar and formic acid Jeroen Donders. PDF 56 Kb.
  2. HPLC, Charm II and Elisa: advantages and disadvantages for the analysis of tetracyclines in honey. Thorsten Münstedt. PDF 121 Kb.
  3. Pollen analyses of honeys from some regions in Turkey. Zafer Kaya. PDF 369 Kb.
  4. Epidemiology and control of the American foulbrood in Germany. Christoph Otten. PDF 1.3 Mb.
  5. Gamma radiation sanitation in beekeeping management. Alessandra Baggio. PDF 233 Kb.
  6. Self control system for the production of high quality honey: the Swiss example. Stefan Bogdanov. PDF 148 Kb.
  7. Seasonal changes in mite (Tropilaelaps clareae) and honeybee (Apis mellifera) populations in Apistan treated and untreated colonies. E. S. W. Camphor. PDF 132 Kb.
  8. Antibiotics residues in honey: validation procedure. Albino Gallina. PDF 112 Kb.
  9. Honey nitrofuran metabolites (4) detected in 50 min. Say-Jong Law. PDF 77 Kb.
  10. Antibiotic residues in honey. The FEEDM view Vincent Michaud. PDF 37 Kb.
  11. Solid phase extraction procedures for validation of Charm II sulfonamide, streptomycin and chloramphenicol positives and detection of tylosin in honey. Julio Quintana-Rizzo. PDF 179 Kb.
  12. Screening of honey for residues of antibiotics by an optical biosensor. Stefan Weigel. PDF 108 Kb.

Digital version of Apiacta Vol 2004: Editar

  1. Gamma radiation: a sanitating treatment of AFB-contaminated beekeeping equipment. Alessandra Baggio. PDF file 255 Kb
  2. Official control on imported honey in north-eastern Italy. Alessandra Baggio. PDF file 127 Kb
  3. Multiple search flights of the dancer's followers: result of information or energy deficiency Charles. PDF file 222 Kb
  4. Control of nosemosis - the treatment with “Protofil”. Gabriela Chioveanu. PDF file 441 Kb
  5. Oxalic acid by Varrox® to varroa control in central Italy. Marinelli Enzo. PDF file 197 Kb
  6. Are multiple honeybee queen pheromones indicators for a queen-workers arms race?. Abraham Hefetz. PDF file 147 Kb
  7. Use of medical drugs against varroosis. Franco Mutinelli. PDF file 169 Kb
  8. A case of acute intoxication with deltamethrin in bee colonies in Romania. Daniela Nica. PDF file 441 Kb
  9. Acute-paralysis infection of bee brood (Apis mellifera l.) from colonies treated with Tau-Fluvalinate. Martin Otteni. PDF file 159 Kb
  10. Effects of the acute paralysis virus on honey bees (Apis mellifera l.) infested by Nosema apis. Z. Martin Otteni. PDF file 193 Kb

Digital version of Apiacta Vol 2003 n°4: Editar

  1. Crucial steps leading to social parasitism in the Cape Honey Bee Apis mellifera capensis. Johan N.M. Calis & Willem J. Boot PDF file 119 Kb
  2. Metican against varroatosis among bees Kalinka Gurgulova ( PDF file 132 Kb)
  3. Multiple search flights of the dancer's followers: result of information of energy deficiency. C. Abramson. PDF file 212 Kb
  4. Honey market in Uganda. Maku Jackson. PDF file 108 Kb.
  5. Quality and Standards of Pollen and Beeswax. Stefan Bogdanov. PDF file 132 Kb.
  6. Small hive beetle (notes). Bruce White. PDF file 109 Kb.
  7. Organic apiculture - Chances and perspectives in an emerging market (notes). Ulrich Bröker. PDF file 114 Kb.
  8. Storage proteins in winter honey bees. G. W. Otis PDF file 105 Kb.
  9. The economic analysis of beekeeping enterprise in sustainable development: a case study of Turkey. Gamze Saner. PDF file 164 Kb.
  10. Apiguard: an instrument adapted to many beekeeping conditions. Jérôme Trouiller. PDF file 113 Kb.
  11. Authenticity of honey and other bee products. Kaspar Ruoff & Stefan Bogdanov. PDF file 126 Kb.
  12. Video analysis in bee biology using Neuro Inspector. Janko Božič. PDF file 524 Kb.

Digital version of Apiacta Vol 2003 n°3: Editar

  1. Current status of analytical methods for the detection of residues in bee products. Stefan Bogdanov. PDF file 101 Kb.
  2. Determination of acaricide residues in beeswax. Stefan Bogdanov, Verena Kilchenmann and Ueli Bütikofer. PDF file 121 Kb.
  3. Alternative strategy in central Europe for the control of Varroa destructor in honey bee colonies. Anton Imdorf. PDF file 674 Kb.
  4. Modification of microbiological detection method of Tetracycline in honey. Rail Khismatoullin. PDF file 82 Kb.
  5. Natural content of formic and oxalic acids in honeys. Martina Wehling. PDF file 55 Kb.
  6. ROSA (Rapid One Step Assay) for antibiotics in honey. David R. Legg. PDF file 251 Kb.
  7. Charm II System - Comprehensive residue analysis system for honey. Robert Salter. PDF file 460 Kb.
  8. Sulfonamide Residues In Honey. Control and Development of Analytical Procedure. Andrzej Posyniak. PDF file 161 Kb.
  9. An experience with Charm II System. Monique Morlot. PDF file 98 Kb.
  10. Confirmation of amphenicols in honey using HPLC-Receptorgram. Julio Quintana-Rizzo. PDF file 152 Kb.

Digital version of Apiacta Vol 2003 n°2: Editar

  1. Tolerance mechanisms against American Foulbrood in Honey bee larvae and colonies. Brodsgaard. PDF file 253 Kb.
  2. Response of the Apoidea to fungal infections. Glinski. PDF file 142 Kb.
  3. Effect of Magnesiummonoperoxyphtalate against Paenibacillus Larvae larvae spores. Haklova. PDF file 112 Kb
  4. Control of American Foulbrood by the shaking method. Hansen. PDF file 147 Kb.
  5. Beeswax replacement in organic beekeeping_is there a risk of contamination by residues in hive walls. Imdorf. PDF file 153 Kb.
  6. Prevention of Residues in Honey; future Perspective. McKee. PDF file 121 Kb.
  7. Licensing of Veterinary Medicinal Products in the European Union. Multinelli. PDF file 175 Kb.
  8. Practical application of antibacterial drugs for the control of honey bee diseases. Mutinelli. PDF file 221 Kb.
  9. A General overview on AFB and EFB pathogen. Otten. PDF file 464 Kb.
  10. Early detection of American Foulbrood by honey and wax analysis. Ritter. PDF file 133 Kb.
  11. Alternative method of control of infectious bees brood diseases. Eugeny Rudenko. PDF file 124 Kb.
  12. Detection method of Paenibacillus Larvae larvae from beehive winter debris. Dalivor Titera, Marcela Haklova. PDF file 98 Kb.
  13. Control of American Foulbrood by using alternatively eradication method and artifical swarms. Werner von der Ohe. PDF file 61 Kb.
  14. Control of American Foulbrood by eradication of infected colonies. Rute Waite, et al. PDF file 80 Kb.

Digital version of Apiacta Vol 2003 n°1: Editar

  1. Acaricide residues in bee wax and organic beekeeping. Marco Lodesani, Cecilia Costa, Marco Bibliardi, Roberto Colombo. PDF file 144 Kb
  2. Veterinary Drug Residues in Honey. Peter Martin. PDF file 79 Kb.
  3. Oxalic acid treatments for varroa control (review). Antonio Nanetti, et al. PDF file 203 Kb.
  4. Organic beekeeping and acaricide residues in beewswax. Livia Persano Oddo, Patrizio Pulcini, Cinzia Morgia, Enzo Marinelli. PDF file 200 Kb.
  5. Residues control in Cuban honey. Adolfo Pérez Piñeiro. PDF file 166 Kb.
  6. The EU legislation for honey residue control. Roberto Piro, Franco Mutinelli. PDF file 179 Kb.
  7. Coumaphos and amitraz residues in Slovenian honey. Ljubar Maver, Janez Poklukar. PDF file 129 Kb.
  8. Honey bees and bee products as monitors of the environmental contamination. Claudio Porrini, et al. PDF file 347 Kb
  9. Residues of Antibiotics and Sulphonamides in Honey on the Belgian Market. Wim Reybroek. PDF file 247 Kb.
  10. Presence of acaricides and antibiotics in samples of Italian honey. Anna Gloria Sabatini, Emanuele Carpana, Giorgia Serra, Roberto Colombo. PDF file 177 Kb.
  11. Honey and wax analysis for acrinathrin residues. Mária Szerletics Turi, Eniko Szalai Mátray. PDF file 220 Kb.
  12. Fluvalinate residues in Greek honey and beeswax. Angeliki Tsigouri, et al. PDF file 207 Kb.

1966 Editar

Nº 1 Editar

  1. COMMERCIAL HONEY PRODUCTION CH. MRAZ. PDF 70 Kb. Apiacta 1966 Nº 1.
  2. FAR REACHING PRESENT DAY PROBLEMS CONCERNING INSECTICIDES AND THE PROTECTION AGAINST THEM. J. SVOBODA. PDF 74 Kb. Apiacta 1966 Nº 1.
  3. NECTAR YELD INCREASE IN FLOWERS REPEATEDLY VISITED BY BEES. A. N. MELNITCHENKO. PDF 329 Kb. Apiacta 1966 Nº 1.
  4. SELECTION – A BASIC PROBLEM FOR THE PROGRESS OF THE PRESENT DAY APICULTURE. F. RUTTNER. PDF 137 Kb. Apiacta 1966 Nº 1.
  5. THE FUTURE OF BEEKEEPING. G. F. TOWNSEND. PDF 86 Kb. Apiacta 1966 Nº 1.
  6. THE ROLE AND IMPORTANCE OF APICULTURAL BY PRODUCTS POLLEN, ROYAL JELLY, BEE VENOM, PROPOLIS. A. CAILLAS. PDF 153 Kb. Apiacta 1966 Nº 1.

Nº 2 Editar

  1. ASPECTS OF THE RED CLOVER POLLINATION PROBLEM. E. AKERBERG. PDF 68 Kb.
  2. BASIC COLONY MANAGEMENT. C. L. FARRAR. PDF 85 Kb.
  3. OPERATION FOR IMPROVING THE RACE-A GUARANTY FOR A SOCIALIST APICULTURE OF HIGH PRODUCTIVITY. G. BILASH. PDF 101 Kb.
  4. SANITARY CONTROL OF THE INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN BEES. G. P. PIANA. PDF 69 Kb.
  5. SANITARY REGULATION FOR CONTROLLING THE APIARIES AND THE CIRCULATION OF BEE. M. ROUSSEAU. PDF 176 Kb.
  6. SOME PROBLEMS RELATING TO THE UTILIZATION OF THE MELLIFEROUS BASES OF FORESTS. E. LISY. PDF 94 Kb.

1967 Editar

Nº 1 Editar

  1. AMOUNT OF ASHES AND OTHER MINOR ELEMENTS IN BELGIAN HONEY. J. VAN DEN BRANDE, L. VERMEULEN, C. PELERENTS.
  2. AN IMPLEMENT FOR DETERMINING. THE HONEY CONSISTENCY. A. HANSSON. А. ХАНССОН
  3. BASIC INVESTIGATIONS OF THE BEEKEEPERS’ INSTITUTE REGARDING THE PRODUCTIVITY OF BEE COLONIES. G. F. TARANOV.
  4. BEE NUTRITION AND POLLEN SUBSTITUTES. M. HAYDAK.
  5. METHODS OF POLLEN ANALYSIS APPLIED TO PRODUCTS MADE WITH HONEY. J. LOUVEAUX.
  6. MODERN METHODS OF SELECTION IN BEEKEEPING. L. BORNUS.
  7. MODERNIZATION OF BEE EQUIPMENT IN CONNECTION WITH THE TECHOLOGY OF HONEY. P. LAVIE.

Nº 2 Editar

  1. APIPHOTOGRAMMETRY. M. ALBER.
  2. MECHANIZATION OF DIFFICULT OPERATIONS IN A LARGE MODERN APIARY. N. M. GLUSHKOV.
  3. ORGANIZATION OF WORK IN LARGE APIARIES AND MODERNIZATION OF BEE EQUIPMENT. P. HORGUELIN.
  4. PROGNOSTICATION OF HONEYDEW EXCRETION. JOZE RIHAR.
  5. RATIONAL OPERATION OF MELIPONAE BEES. NOEL KEMPFF MERCADO.
  6. THE INFLUENCE OF EXTERNAL FACTORS ON NECTAR PRODUCTION. R. W. SHUEL.
  7. THE PREPARATION OF HONEY FOR MARKET. R. B. WILLSON.

Nº 3 Editar

  1. BEE INDUSTRY IN YUCATAN, MEXICO. ALBERTO ORAMAS REPETTO.
  2. BREEDING HONEY BEES FOR POLLINATION OF SPECIFIC CROPS. O. MACKENSEN, W. P. NYE.
  3. EFFECTS OF ADDITIONAL FEEDING OF POLLEN ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF BEE COLONIES. I. BARAC.
  4. HONEY FOR GERMAN CONSUMERS. H. DUISBERG.
  5. NEW METHOD OF HONEY DECRYSTALLIZATION. L. BORNUS.
  6. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH. G. F. TOWNSEND.
  7. SECTION HONEY. L. PARTIOT.
  8. THE LARGEST COLLECTIVE APIARY IN THE WORLD. P. HACCOUR.
  9. THE METABOLISM OF PACKAGE BEES. J. GORDON TROYER.

Nº 4 Editar

  1. AGRICULTURAL CROP POLLINATION BY BEES AND ITS ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY. A. M. KOVALEV.
  2. DISINFECTION WITH METHYL BROMIDE OF EXPERIMENTALLY OR NATURALLY INFECTED COMBS WITE THE PATHOGENIC GERMS OF AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN FOULBROOD. S. S. NAZAROV , S. I. GODYATSKY.
  3. ISO – NICOTINIC HYDRAZIDE IN BEE THERAPEUTICS. AL. POPA, M. MARIN, M. SERBAN, I. CRISAN.
  4. POLLEN GATHERING RELATIONSHIP TO HONEY COLLECTION AND EGG LAYNG IN HONEY BEES. G. H. CALE, JR.
  5. PROBLEMS REGARDING EPIZOOTIES IN BEES AND ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY OF THEIR CONTROL. F. GNÄDINGER.
  6. SERVICES RENDERED BY BEES TO AGRICULTURE. PAUL ROOS.
  7. THE BEHAVIOR OF MATED QUEEN BEES WHEN “ COLONIZED” IN MULTIPLE QUEEN GROUPS WITHOUT WORKER BEES. NORMAN E. GARY, H. H. HAGEDORN, JERRY MARSTON.

1968 Editar

Nº 1 Editar

  1. ARGENTINE BEEKEEPING. M. KATZENELSON. ПЧЕЛОВОДСТВО В АРГЕНТИНЕ. М. КАЦЕНЕЛЬСОН
  2. BUILDING AN INDUSTRY WITH BEE LABOR. F.E. TODD. ПРОМЫШЛЕННОЕ ПЧЕЛОВОДСТВО США. Ф.Е. ТОДД
  3. GAMMA RADIATION OF AMERICAN FOULBROOD COMBS. T.A. GOCHNAUER. О ДЕЗИНФЕКЦИИ ЗАРАЖЕННЫХ АМЕРИКАНСКИМ ГНИЛЬЦОМ СОТОВ С ПОМОЩЬЮ ГАММА ЛУЧЕЙ. Т.А. ГОХНАУЭР
  4. RECENT DISCOVERIES ABOUT HONEYBEE BEHAVIOUR THAT HAVE POSSIBLE APPLICATIONS TO BEEKEEPING. J.B. FREE

НОВЫЕ ДАННЫЕ О ПОВЕДЕНИИ МЕДОНОСНЫХ ПЧЕЛ И ЦЕЛЕСООБРАЗНОСТЬ ИХ ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЯ В ПЧЕЛОВОДСТВЕ. Дж.Б. ФРИ

  1. THE INFLUENCE OF QUEEN REARING PERIODS ON THEIR EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL CHARACTERS. G. A. AVETISYAN, C. C. RAHMATOV, I. M. ZIEDOV. ВЛИЯНИЕ СРОКОВ ВЫВОДА НА ЭКСТЕРЬЕРНЫЕ И ИНТЕРЬЕРНЫЕ ПРИЗНАКИ ПЧЕЛИНЫХ МАТОК

Г.А. АВЕТИСЯН, К.К. РАХМАТОВ, Ю.М.ЗИЕДОВ

Nº 2 Editar

  1. A TWO QUEEN METHOD USED IN COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS. R. BANKER
  2. FORAGERS’ BEHAVIOUR DURING A LONG HONEY FLOW. G. F. TARANOV, I. F. SEDIN
  3. METHODS OF BREEDING THE HONEY BEE: INTRARACIAL SELECTION OR HYBRID BREEDING?. F. RUTTNER
  4. POLLINATION PROBLEMS IN SOME MELLIFEROUS FODDER LEGUMES. E. AKERBERG
  5. RECENT DEVELOPMENT ON POLLEN SUPPLEMENTS. K. M. DOULL
  6. TOXICITY TO BEES OF SOME INSECTICIDES AS DETERMINED BY LABORATORY AND FIELD TESTS. Sanda ALEXANDRESCU, Mihaela SERBAN.

Nº 3 Editar

  1. IMPORTANCE OF STORES FOR DEVELOPMENT AND PRODUCTIVITY OF BEE COLONIES. BORIS MITEV.
  2. NEW DATA ON THE SCIENTIFIC ARGUMENTATION OF THE PHYSIOLOGY OF APPLICATION OF BEE VENOM AS A MEDICINE. N. M. ARTEMOV, B. N. ORLOV.
  3. NEW ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENTS IN BEEKEEPING. CH. D. OWENS, B. F. DETROY.
  4. RESEARCHES ON THE INFLUENCE OF MODERN INSECTICIDES OVER HONEYBEES AND RESULTS WORTHY TO BEE KNOWN. W. BROKER.
  5. SOME ASPECTS OF THE WORLD BEE ECONOMY AS I SEE IT. J. L. GUILFOYLE

Nº 4 Editar

  1. ANALYTIC SELECTION EXPERIMENTS ON CARPATHIAN AND FAR EAST BEES. G. A. AVETISYAN, I. K. DAVIDENKO, I. I. MACKAROV.
  2. APICULTURAL PANORAMA OF BRAZIL. A. A. BARROSO.
  3. HANDLING THE WAX FROM HONEY COMBS. G. F. TOWNSEND.
  4. PRODUCTIVE MANAGEMENT OF HONEYBEE COLONIES. C. L. FARRAR.
  5. PROFITABLE BEEKEEPING. J. MOMMERS
  6. PROGRESS IN THE ORGANIZATION OF COMPATIBLE PLACEMENT OF HONEYBEES FOR POLLINATION OF COMMERCIAL AGRICULTURAL CROPS. G. PRITCH.

1969 Editar

Nº 1 Editar

  1. BEE AND BEE RESEARCH INSTITUTES IN THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY. OSCAR WAHL.
  2. BEE DISEASE CONTROL IN HUNGARY. L. BUZA.
  3. ECONOMIC COMMENTS ON BEE OPERATION. L. G. CORNEJO, B. ITZCOVICH, A. H. PETROCHI.
  4. THE HONEYBEE OF TANZANIA, APIS MELLIFERA ADANSONII. G. NTENGA.
  5. THE KRASNOPOLIANSK BEE REARING NURSERY. M. S. VINOGRADOV.

Nº 2 Editar

  1. BEE REARING AND SELECTION IN BELGIUM. O. VAN LAERE.
  2. NEWS ABOUT BEES. R. CHAUVIN.
  3. OPERATION LINES FOR HONEY CONDITIONING IN INDUSTRIAL CENTRES. V. HARNAJ.
  4. RHODESIA, HER BEES AND BEEKEEPERS. P. PAPADOPOULO.
  5. SOME ASPECTS OF BEE DISEASE CONTROL IN POLAND. R. KOSTECKI.
  6. TOXICOLOGICAL CONTROL OF HONEY. J. POURTALLIER.

Nº 3 Editar

  1. APICULTURE SPECIALIZATION AND CONCENTRATION IN THE U.S.S.R. A. S. NUJHDIN.
  2. BIOLOGICAL MEASURES FOR DISEASE PROPHYLAXIS. F. GNADINGER.
  3. HONEY PRODUCTION IN GERMANY. G. VORWOHL.
  4. IMPORTANCE OF THE NOTION ECOTYPE IN BEES. J. LOUVEAUX.
  5. PLASTICS USED FOR BEEKEEPING PURPOSES. H. GRAZE.
  6. THE EFFECTS OF PESTICIDES ON BEEKEEPING IN THE UNITED STATES. M. D. LEVIN.
  7. THE ROLE OF HONEYBEES IN POLLINATION OF APPLES. D. F. LANGRIDGE.

Nº 4 Editar

  1. BIOLOGICAL SUBSTANTIATION FOR KEEPING BEES IN MULTIPLE-STOREY HIVES. G. F. TARANOV.
  2. CHEMISTRY, FARMACOLOGY AND THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF BEE VENOM. K. A. FORSTER.
  3. FEEDING BEES. G. F. TOWNSEND.
  4. INFLUENCE OF THE NUMBER AND AGE OF ATTENDANT BEES (APIS MELLIFICA L.) AS WELL AS OF FEEDING METHOD ON THE CONDITION OF QUEENS CONFINED INTO A CAGE. N. FOTI, Iuliana CRISAN, L. POPA.
  5. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE PARASITE NOSEMA APIS (ZANDER) AND THE BROOD DEVELOPMENT. W. STECHE.
  6. THE FORAGING BEE HOW SHE FINDS AND EXPLOITS SOURCES OF FOOD. Karl von FRISCH.

1970 Editar

Nº 1 Editar

  1. BEE POLLINATION OF AGRICULTURAL CROPS IN THE U.S.A.. S. E. McGREGOR
  2. MECHANICAL LOADING DEVICE TO AID BEEKEEPERS IN MIGRATORY BEEKEEPING. H. G. SACHS.
  3. ON THE BY-PRODUCTS OF BEEFARMING. K. A. FORSTER.
  4. PROSPECTS OF SOVIET APICULTURE DEVELOPMENT AND BEEKEEPING SCIENTIFIC PROBLEMS. G. D. BILASH, R. B. KOSIN.

Nº 2 Editar

  1. FILTERING CHAMBER OF SMALL CICADAS. Euscelidius variegatus. R. MUNK
  2. HONEY PROCESSING IN SMALL BEEKEEPING ENTERPRISES. W. KAESER
  3. INVESTIGATIONS OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE BROOD NEST ALL YEAR ROUND. O. van LAERE
  4. ON THE RELATION BETWEEN THE BEES OF MAIN RACES AND THE FLOWERS OF VARIOUS PLANT SPECIES. S. O. GASANOV
  5. THE EFFECT OF SMOKE ON BEES. R. I. HAMMOND.

Nº 3 Editar

  1. A SOLUTION TO THE PROBLEM OF POLLEN DEFICIENCIES. D. F. LANGRIDGE
  2. COST - PRICE TRENDS IN PACKAGE BEE PRODUCTION. R. S. WEAVER Jr.
  3. SHALL WE REVERSE HIVE BODIES?. R. D. RYB
  4. STUDIES ON INDIAN HONEY. R. P. PHADKE
  5. THE POLLINATING FUNCTION OF APICULTURE AND THE NEED FOR ITS MAINTENANCE. J. LECOMTE.
  6. WAX COLOUR – APPRECIATION POSSIBILITIES. comments on an article: ”TUCUMAN BEESWAX”. J.M. RINALDI, L.A. PAILHÉ, E.R. POPOLIZIO.

Nº 4 Editar

  1. BEEKEEPING IN SOVIET UNION. G. N. KOTOVA
  2. SOME STUDIES ON HONEYBEE QUEEN REARING AND MATING. M. A. ABDELLATIF, F. H. EL-GAIAR, N. F. MOHANNA

1971 Editar

Nº 1 Editar

  1. EXAMINATION OF THE BEE LOUSE, BRAULA COECA, WITH THE SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPE. A. DIETZ, W.J. HUMPHREYS, J.W. LINDNER.
  2. OPTICAL DENSITY AS A MEANS OF COLOUR CLASSIFICATION OF HONEY. G. F. TOWNSEND.
  3. RESEARCH CONDUCTED IN USSR ON DEVELOPMENT OF BEE COLONIES FOR FORAGING ACTIVITY. G. F. TARANOV.
  4. SUGGESTION FOR USING NEW PROCEDURES FOR COLOUR GRADING OF HONEY, AND FOR DEHYDRATION OF ROYAL JELLY AND POLLEN. M. CODOUNIS.

Nº 2 Editar

  1. CHARACTERISTICS OF THE MAIN BEEKEEPING ZONES IN USSR. G. A. AVETYSIAN.
  2. CLEARING BEES FROM HONEY SUPERS. Reprinted from “Bee World” 49 (2): 55-62 (1968).
  3. EXPERIMENTS ON FEEDING LIQUID POLLEN SUBSTITUTE. H. WILLE, H. SCHÄFER.
  4. INFLUENCE OF A NUMBER OF FACTORS ON WINTERING OF THE BEE COLONY. O. van LAERE.
  5. METHODS OF IMPROVING MELLIFEROUS SOURCES. A. N. BURMISTROV.
  6. ROYAL JELLY AND HEALING OF BONES. J. VITTEK.
  7. SIGNIFICANCE AND AIM OF POLLEN ANALYSIS OF HONEY. G. VORWOHL

Nº 3 Editar

  1. A HIVE FOR THE INDIAN HONEYBEES. R. P. KAPIL

Nº 4 Editar

  1. MORPHOLOGICAL AND BIOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF ECONOMICALLY INTERESTING BEE SPECIES AND RACES. F. RUTTNER

1972 Editar

Nº 1 Editar

  1. HONEY CONTROL ANALYSES. J. POURTALLIER, Y. TALIERCIO

Nº 2 Editar

  1. BIOLOGY AND TECHNIQUES OF BEEKEEPING. W. KAESER

Nº 3 Editar

  1. FORECAST IN APICULTURAL RESEARCH. E. VESELY

Nº 4 Editar

  1. BEES IN THE SERVICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL AND NATURE CONSERVATION. A. HANSSON

1973 Editar

Nº 1 Editar

  1. BEES AND OTHER INSECT POLLINATORS OF CROPS. J.B. FREE

Nº 2 Editar

  1. NUTRITIVE VALUE OF HONEY AND ITS UTILIZATION. V. PETROV

Nº 3 Editar

  1. THE AFRICAN BEES – CONTRIBUTION TO THEIR KNOWLEDGE. N. KEMPFF MERCADO.

Nº 4 Editar

  1. THE “COMMON” BEEKEEPER AND HIS PROBLEMS. THE “HUMAN COST” OF PRODUCTION: THE TIME/LABOUR FACTOR. M. OKSMAN.

1974 Editar

Nº 1 Editar

  1. THE FORAGING BEE. HOW SHE FINDS AND EXPLOITS SOURCES OF FOOD. K. von FRISCH.

Nº 2 Editar

  1. PHYSIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS INDICATING BEES’ WINTERING ABILITY. M. V. ZHEREBKIN.

Nº 3 Editar

  1. CORRELATION OF NOSEMA APIS ZANDER WITH OTHER ORGANISMS OF THE PARASITOCENOSIS OF APIS MELLIFERA L. NEST. O. F. GROBOV.

Nº 4 Editar

  1. BEES AND RIPE FRUITS. C. VIDANO

1975 Editar

Nº 1 Editar

  1. BEES AND THEIR PRODUCTS IN PHARMACOLOGY IN THE PAST. G. FOLCH
  2. FIRST RESULTS OBTAINED IN TREATMENT OF ACTINOMYCOSIS BY BEE PRODUCTS AND VEGETAL EXTRACTS. V. POPESCU, Tamara PĂUNESCU, I GHIŢESCU, G. VELESCU, I. MAFTEI, Ioana ILIESCU

Nº 2 Editar

  1. SUPPLEMENTAL FEEDING OF HONEYBEES (APIS MELLIFERA LINNAEUS). W. STANGER, H.H. LAIDLAW

Nº 3 Editar

  1. THE BEE, CONSERVATOR OF NATURE BY POLLINATION OF WILD PLANTS. J. LECOMTE

1976 Editar

Nº 1 Editar

  1. ELECTRICALLY HEATED CAPPINGS SEPARATOR. B. F. DETROY

Nº 2 Editar

  1. WEAVER APIARIES. A. HARNAJ

Nº 3 Editar

  1. TRADITION AND PROGRESS: DADANT & SONS, ILLINOIS. T. ROSS, T. DADANT, G. H. CALE

Nº 4 Editar

  1. VARROA DISEASE IN HONEY BEES. O. F. GROBOV

1977 Editar

Nº 1 Editar

  1. ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE OF THE DISTANCE BETWEEN NECTAR SOURCE AND LOCATION OF BEE COLONIES. H. PECHHACKER

Nº 2 Editar

  1. PRODUCTIVITY AS A CRITERION IN SELECTION OF BEE COLONIES. V. V. MALKOV, A. V. SEDYKH

Nº 3 Editar

  1. HONEY LIQUEFACTION, PASTEURIZATION, AND INDUCED CRYSTALLIZATION. M. GONNET

1978 Editar

Nº 1 Editar

  1. BEEHIVES, BEES AND BEEKEEPERS. Eva CRANE

Nº 2 Editar

  1. POLLEN PREFERENCE AS A CRITERION FOR SELECTION IN HONEYBEES. S. N. HOLM

Nº 3 Editar

  1. POLLEN: A SURVEY. B. TALPAY

Nº 4 Editar

  1. A RATIONAL APPROACH TO STANDARDIZATION OF BEEHIVE SIZES. G. F. TOWNSEND

Articles Samples Editar

  1. Beekeeping in Africa M.H. Hussein
  2. Effect of the temporary thermic treatment of honey on variation of the quality of the same during storage Ramirez Cervantes
  3. Infection and immunity in the honey bee Apis mellifera. Z. Gliński, J. Jarosz
  4. Managing risks in World Trade in bees and bee products. Andrew Matheson
  5. Reflections on the contemporary problems and the economic consequences associated with the changes in the environment and the beekeeping. Carrillo Salomón
  6. The effect of heating on honey HMF and invertase. Sophia Karabournioti et P. Zervalaki
  7. The relation of physicochemical characteristics of honey and the crystallization sensitive parameters. I. Manikis
  8. Examples of former summaries:

Summary - Issue 4/2001 Editar

  1. H. Selcuk, K. Nevin. Investigation of antimicrobial effect of honey collected from various regions of Turkey.
  2. M. West, J. Passuci, G. Rodriguez, B. Ballesteros, J. Torres, M. A. Palacios. Characterizing the beekeeping production in two localities of Argentina, through the use of epidemiologic indicators.
  3. D. H. Dinkov. Experimental detection of honey adulteration with Isosweet 77555 P using a modification of the Winkler's method.
  4. J. A. Marcangeli. Factors affecting hygienic behaviour in Apis mellifera honeybee colonies: effect of Varroa jacobsoni.
  5. V. T. Kakpakov, S. K. Abilev, A. G. Butov. Ecologic beemonitoring. Study of different honey samples capability of inducing genetic mutations in Salmonella marker bacteria in Ames test.
  6. Sofia Karabournioti, P. Zervalaki. The effect of heating on honey HMF and invertase. Trabajo en Word .doc
  7. Kadriye Sorkun, C. Dogan, N. Basoglu. Physicochemical characteristics and composition of Eucalyptus camaldulensis Dehnh. Honey produced in Turkey.
  8. Of the life of Apimondia.
  9. Authors' Index XXXVI, 2001

Summary - Issue 3/2001 Editar

  1. M. Eguaras, M. Labattaglia, C. Faverin, M. Del Hoyo, M. A. Palacio, M. Carrin, G. Rodriguez, S. Riffinengo, E. L. Bedascarrabure. Varroa jacobsoni control with formic acid used in different application ways in subtropical and temperate climates.
  2. A. Dad, Y. Kammer, H. Efrat. Characterization of citrus honey flow in Israel.
  3. I. Manikis, A. Thrasivoulou. The relation of physicochemical characteristics of honey and the crystallization sensitive parameters. Trabajo Word .doc.
  4. G. Salamanca Grosso, Carmen Rosa Pérez Figueredo. Characteristics and properties of the Apis mellifera apitoxin as therapeutic potential; use and limits.
  5. J. F. Maidana. Physico-chemical characteristics of the propolis sorts of the Republic of Argentina
  6. Friederike ERLINGHAGEN - Portrait of an insect: Marchalina hellenica Genn. (Sternorrhyncha: Coccina: Margarodidae), important producer of honeydew in Greece.
  7. Obituray: Mihaela Serban
  8. Of the Life of Apimondia

Summary - Issue 2/2001 Editar

  1. G. D. Baldi Coronel, Bertha M. Baldi Coronel. Honey detection, through proline analysis in hard honey caramels.
  2. D. Hristov Dinkov, I. Todorov Vashin. Invertase activity in Bulgarian multifloral and honeydew honeys
  3. P. Güler, Kadriye Sorkun, Aygün Sahin. Analysis of the effect exerted by different white clover (Trifolium repens) honey concentrations on the development of mycelia of Morchella conica Pers.
  4. N.I. Peña, S. Riffinengo, G. Clemente, A. Escande. Characterization and variability of isolated Ascosphaera sp. (Ascomycotin) in hives of Apis mellifera, in the South-East of the Buenos Aires province.
  5. G. Moretto. Reproduction of the mite Varroa jacobsoni Oud. in Africanized and Italian bees (Apis mellifera) during different seasonal periods.
  6. Moustafa H. Hissein. Beekeeping in Africa. I. North, East, Northeast and west African Countries. Tabajo total en Word .doc
  7. Obituary: Prof. Dr. Ryszard Kostecki.
  8. The XXXVIIth International Apicultural Congress: Beekeeping in South Africa.

Summary - Issue 1/2001 Editar

  1. María del Carmen Seijo, María Victoria Jato, María Isabel Iglesias. Pollen combinations of honeys from Galicia (Spain) and their geographical distribution.
  2. Z. Glinski, J. Jarosz. Infection and immunity in the honey bee, Apis mellifera.
  3. A. Thrasyvoulou, P. Charonis, Sofia Gournari, M. Kontesis. The effect of front-glass walled hives on the honeybee reproduction and behaviour
  4. Moustafa H. Hussein. Beekeeping in Africa. I. North, East, North-East and West African countries. http://www.apicultura.com/apiacta/beekeeping_africa.htm

Summary - Issue 4/2000 Editar

  1. Z. Koltowski. Pollination requirements and beekeeping value of new rape cultivars (Brassica napus L.).
  2. M. L. Valle. Quantitative determination of antibacterian capacities of propolis.
  3. M. A. Ramírez Cervantes, S. A. González Novelo, E. Sauri Duch. Effect of the temporary thermic treatment of honey on variation of the quality of the same during storage. Trabajo Total.
  4. M. Nepi, J. L. Vesprini, M. Guarnieri, E. Pacini. Pollen content and bee preferences: facts and hypothesis.
  5. Alejandra Ponce, Jorge Marcangeli. Hygienic behaviour in honeybee (Apis mellifera) colonies in the southeast of Buenos Aires province, Argentina.
  6. M. Higes, N. Rojo, A. Sanz, M. Suárez, J. L. Pérez, R. Martín, M. De La Cruz. Use of essential oils in controlling ascosphaerosis in Apis mellifera. Efficiency in vitro.
  7. Authors' index XXXV, 2000.

Summary - Issue 3/2000 Editar

  1. M. L. Masierowska, H. C. Wien. Flowering, pollination and fruit set of two pumpkin (Cucurbita pepo L.) cultivars under field conditions.
  2. M. E. Szalai, Zs. Szel, L. Aalbrecht. Apicultural importance of sunflower hybrids.
  3. H. Baydar, F. Gürel. The effects of honey bees on cross-pollination and hybrid seed production in sesame (Sesamum indicum L.).
  4. A. Thrasivoulou, I. Manikis, S. Gounari. An evaluation of consumer's preferences on honey quality.
  5. K. Grissa Lebdi. Biologic evolution and adapting of the Tunisian bee, Apis mellifica intermissa, to the local environment.
  6. The XXXVIIth International Apicultural Congress

Summary - Issue 2/2000 Editar

  1. O. Hertz. The black honeybee Apis mellifera mellifera in South Greenland.
  2. T. A. Heard, A. E. Dollin. Stingless beekeeping in Australia: Snapshot of an infant industry.
  3. Z. Glinski, L. Kauko. Problems of immunosuppression and immunotoxicology in respect to the honey bee protection against microbial and parasitic invaders.
  4. S. Karabournioti. Detection of flora spectrum through honey microscopic analysis.
  5. K. Fakhimzadeh, M. Lodenius. Heavy metals in Finnish honey, pollen and honey bees.
  6. In memoriam: Giulia Giordani.

Summary - Issue 1/2000 Editar

  1. Matheson. Managing risks in world trade in bees and bee products.
  2. Murilhas. Grooming behaviour towards Varroa jacobsoni in four strains of Apis mellifera
  3. N. L. Carreck, T. M. Butt, L. Ibrahim, J. K. Pell, I. H. Williams. The use of honey bees to disseminate an insect pathogenic fungus for control of insect pests on oilseed rape
  4. M. H. Hussein. An overview of beekeeping in Arab countries.

Summary - Issue 4/1999 Editar

  1. A. Pérez Piñeiro. Melliferous flora and honey production.
  2. J. C. Hernandez Salgado, Y. Lemus Isla. Yearly output behaviour in pumpkin, using the honeybee (Apis mellifera) as pollinating insect.
  3. J. C. Hernandez Salgado, Y. Lemus Islas. Behaviour of bee (Apis mellifera) as pollinating agent of the melon crop.
  4. S. Machado Rodriguez, L. Sotolongo Molina. The pollen of the honey plants in Cuba.
  5. R. Carrillo Salomon, D. Zayas Hernandez. Reflections on the contemporary problems and the economic consequences associated with the changes in the environment and the beekeeping. Trabajo Total.
  6. J. Louveaux. German contributions to the apidologic research. The French point of view
  7. Authors' Index XXXIV, 1999

Summary - Issue 3/1999 Editar

  1. M. Thiele. The decline of honeybees and other pollinators. Beginning of the end, or new opportunity with organic beekeeping?.
  2. H. Hansen, C. J. Brodsgaard. Foulbrood diseases.
  3. Ch. Batzios, K. Lawler, M. Ling. The honey sector in European Union countries.
  4. Maia L. Alexenitser, L. I. Bodnarchuk. Beekeeping products, as bioindicators of radioactive contamination, in a certain zone.

Summary - Issue 2/1999 Editar

  1. M. Higes Pascual. Field experiences for evincing the effectiveness of Apivar® and Rothenone in the control of varroasis in the honeybee.
  2. H. M. Fathy. Effects of extracts of certain medical and aromatic plants on brood rearing, stored pollen and honey production.
  3. M. Eguaras, M. Labbataglia, C. Faverin, M. Del Hoyo, E. Bedascarrasbure, M. Basualdo. Effectiveness evaluation of a treatment with formic acid as an alternative acaricide to control Varroa jacobsoni (Acari:Varroidae) in Apis mellifera colonies (Hymenoptera:Apidae).
  4. I. Getchev, R. Petrov. Studies on quantity of glycogen in bees, infested by the mite Varroa jacobsoni.
  5. P. S. Sethi, P. S. Mavi. Development of a steam-operated uncapping knife.
  6. H. Basim, F. Gürel. The efficacy of Bacillus subtilis (Ehrenberg) Cohn against chalkbrood of honeybee.

Summary - Issue 1/1999 Editar

  1. M. Gilliam. Chalkbrood in the last 100 years.
  2. D. M. Wakhle, M. Bhujbal, D. V. E. Pais. Analysis of honey, pollen and royal jelly by high performance liquid chromatography.
  3. R. Vandame, M. E. Colin, G. Oterocolina. Africanized honeybees tolerance to Varroa in Mexico
  4. J. A. Marcangeli - Reproduction of the mite Varroa jacobsoni in honeybee colonies of Apis mellifera
  5. C. J. Brodsgaard, H. Hansen. Decontamination of beehives containing spores of the foulbrood bacterium Paenibacillus larvae larvae.

Summary - Issue 4/1998 Editar

  1. K. I. Kigatiira, J. W. L. Beament, J. B. Free. Factors Inducing Whole Colony Movement and Reproductive Swarming in the African Honeybee.
  2. R. Petkov, I. Getchev, S. Kuntcheva. Studies on the Content of Heavy Metals in Bee Honey in Ecological Pollution Zones.
  3. E. H. Erickson, B. R. Tickes, C. L. Mckenzie, A. H. Atmowidjojo. Efficacy of Permethrin as a Honeybee Foraging Deterrent.
  4. S. Vernescu, S. Fendrihan, F. Oancea. Research on the Efficacy of the Vaccine Against the Bee Acute Paralysis
  5. M. Basualdo, M. L. Del Hoyo, E. L. Bedascarrasbure. Honeybee Foraging Activity in Relation to Flowering in Oilseed Rape.
  6. Author's Index XXXIII, 1998

Summary - Issue 3/1998 Editar

  1. D. De Jong, L.S. Gonçalves : The africanized bees of Brazil have become tolerant to Varroa
  2. St. Stangaciu : A guide to the composition and properties of propolis
  3. Z.S. Amr, S. El-Deen Shehada, M. Abo Shehada, R. Al Oran : Honeybee parasitics arthropods parasites in Jordan
  4. K.I. Kigatira, J.W.L. Beament, J.B. Free : Factors indicing whole colony movement and reproductive swarming in the african honeybee

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