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Apidologie Volumen 32 Editar

Vol. 32 No. 1 (January-February 2001) Editar

  1. Infraspecific categories of Apis cerana: morphometric, allozymal and mtDNA diversity. p. 3. H. Randall Hepburn, Deborah R. Smith, Sarah E. Radloff and Gard W. Otis. [PDF file (404 KB)].
  2. Genetic, ontogenetic, and tissue-specific variation of aminopeptidases of Apis mellifera. p. 25. Marco Antonio Del Lama, Renata Maria Bezerra, Ademilson Espencer Egea Soares and Maria Cláudia Colla Rúvolo-Takasusuki. PDF file (164 KB).
  3. The deposition of anal excretions by Melipona favosa foragers (Apidae: Meliponinae): behavioural observations concerning the location of food sources. p. 37. Ingrid Aguilar and Marinus Sommeijer. PDF file (402 KB).
  4. First detection of strains of Varroa destructor resistant to coumaphos. Results of laboratory tests and field trials. p. 49. Massimo Spreafico, Francesca Romana Eördegh, Iris Bernardinelli and Mario Colombo. PDF file (767 KB).
  5. Effects of ingestion of a Bacillus thuringiensis toxin and a trypsin inhibitor on honey bee flight activity and longevity. p. 57. Louise A. Malone, Elisabeth P.J. Burgess, Heather S. Gatehouse, Christine R. Voisey, Emma L. Tregidga and Bruce A. Philip. PDF file (179 KB).
  6. Some properties of the main protein of honeybee (Apis mellifera) royal jelly. p. 69. Jozef Simúth. PDF file (392 KB).
  7. Bioassay for grooming effectiveness towards Varroa destructor mites in Africanized and Carniolan honey bees. p. 81. Pia Aumeier. PDF file (562 KB).
  8. Honey bee age-dependent resistance against American foulbrood. p. 91. Karl Crailsheim and Ulrike Riessberger-Gallé. PDF file (1.44 MB).
  9. Homing ability of the bumblebee Bombus terrestris (Hymenoptera: Apidae). p. 105. David Goulson and Jane C. Stout. PDF file (140 KB).
  10. Scientific note. A scientific note on the natural merger of two honeybee colonies (Apis mellifera capensis). p. 113. Peter Neumann, Christian W.W. Pirk, Randall Hepburn and Sarah E. Radloff. PDF file (12.7 KB).

Vol. 32 No. 2 (March-April 2001) Editar

  1. Comparison of the transfer of coumaphos from beeswax into syrup and honey. p. 119. Jan Kochansky, Kenneth Wilzer and Mark Feldlaufer. PDF file (119 KB).
  2. Activity of oxalic and citric acids on the mite Varroa destructor in laboratory assays. p. 127. Norberto Milani. PDF file (257 KB).
  3. Effectiveness of confectioner sugar dusting to knock down Varroa destructor from adult honey bees in laboratory trials. p. 139. Kamran Fakhimzadeh. PDF file (176 KB).
  4. Semiochemicals from larval food affect the locomotory behaviour of Varroa destructor. p. 149. Francesco Nazzi, Norberto Milani, Giorgio Della Vedova and Matteo Nimis. PDF file (31.2 KB).
  5. Relative effect of four characteristics that restrain the population growth of the mite Varroa destructor in honey bee (Apis mellifera) colonies. p. 157. Miguel E. Arechavaleta-Velasco and Ernesto Guzmán-Novoa. PDF file (504 KB).

Vol. 32 No. 3 (May-June 2001) Editar

  1. Implications of horizontal and vertical pathogen transmission for honey bee epidemiology. p. 199. Ingemar Fries and Scott Camazine. PDF file (62.9 KB).
  2. Screening alternative antibiotics against oxytetracycline-susceptible and -resistant Paenibacillus larvae. p. 215. Jan Kochansky, David A. Knox, Mark Feldlaufer and Jeffery S. Pettis. PDF file (32.2 KB).
  3. Mortality of Varroa destructor in honey bee (Apis mellifera) colonies during winter. p. 223. Ingemar Fries and Silvia Perez-Escala. PDF file (69.2 KB).
  4. Changes with age in olfactory conditioning performance of worker honey bees (Apis mellifera). p. 231. David Laloi, Marie Gallois, Bernard Roger and Minh-Hà Pham-Delègue. PDF file (328 KB).
  5. Mandibular gland component analysis in the head extracts of Apis cerana and Apis nigrocincta. p. 243. Christopher I. Keeling, Gard W. Otis, Soesilawati Hadisoesilo and Keith N. Slessor. PDF file (42.4 KB).
  6. Scent or movement of Varroa destructor mites does not elicit hygienic behaviour by Africanized and Carniolan honey bees. p. 253. Pia Aumeier and Peter Rosenkranz. PDF file (451 KB).
  7. Honeybees discriminate cuticular waxes based on esters and polar components. p. 265. Birgit Fröhlich, Markus Riederer and Jürgen Tautz. PDF file (309 KB).
  8. Isolation of a peptide fraction from honeybee royal jelly as a potential antifoulbrood factor. p. 275. Katarína Bíliková, Gusui Wu and Jozef Simúth. PDF file (191 KB).

Vol. 32 No. 4 (July-August 2001) Editar

  1. Effects of transgene products on honey bees (Apis mellifera) and bumblebees (Bombus sp.). p. 287. Louise A. Malone and Minh-Hà Pham-Delègue. PDF file (79.7 KB).
  2. Assessing the exposure and toxicity of pesticides to bumblebees (Bombus sp.). p. 305. Helen M. Thompson. PDF file (314 KB).
  3. Mitochondrial DNA characterization of five species of Plebeia (Apidae: Meliponini): RFLP and restriction maps. p. 323. Flávio de Oliveira Francisco, Daniela Silvestre and Maria Cristina Arias. PDF file (587 KB).
  4. Acaricidal effect of oxalic acid in honeybee (apis mellifera) colonies. p. 333. Ales Gregorc and Ivo Planinc. PDF file (284 KB).
  5. Assessing stingless bee pollen diet by analysis of garbage pellets: a new method. p. 341. Thomas Eltz, Carsten A. Brühl, Sander van der Kaars and K. Eduard Linsenmair. PDF file (697 KB).
  6. Ovarian activation in Melipona quadrifasciata queens triggered by mating plug stimulation (Hymenoptera, Apidae). p. 355. Gabriel A.R. Melo, Maria Luisa T. Buschini and Lucio A.O. Campos. PDF file (30.2 KB).
  7. Development of a fast and reliable diagnostic method for American foulbrood disease (Paenibacillus larvae subsp. larvae) using a 16S rRNA gene based PCR. p. 363. Wim Dobbelaere, Dirk C. de Graaf and Johan E. Peeters. PDF file (100 KB).
  8. The antifungal action of three South African honeys on Candida albicans. p. 371. Frans Theunissen, Sias Grobler and Itzhak Gedalia. PDF file (142 KB).
  9. Resistance to the parasitic mite Varroa destructor in honey bees from far-eastern Russia. p. 381. Thomas E. Rinderer, Lilia I. de Guzman, G.T. Delatte, J.A. Stelzer, V.A. Lancaster, V. Kuznetsov, L. Beaman, R. Watts and J.W. Harris. PDF file (678 KB).

Vol. 32 No. 5 (September-October 2001) Editar

  1. Review of the methods to determine the hazard and toxicity of pesticides to bumblebees. p. 399. Jozef J.M. van der Steen. PDF file (35.4 KB).
  2. Apis dorsata drone flights, collection of semen from everted endophalli and instrumental emination of queens. p. 407. Jerzy Woyke, Jerzy Wilde and Maria Wilde. PDF file (307 KB).
  3. Molecular characterization and population structure of the honeybees from the balearic islands (Spain). p. 417. Pilar de la Rúa, José Galián, José Serrano and R.F.A. Moritz. PDF file (118 KB).
  4. The propodeal corbicula of Andrena proxima and allied species (Hymenoptera, Andrenidae). p. 429. Andreas Dubitzky and Klaus Schönitzer. PDF file (492 KB).
  5. Morphometric analysis of Apis cerana populations in the southern Himalayan region. p. 435. H. Randall Hepburn, Sarah E. Radloff, S. Verma and L.R. Verma. PDF file (303 KB).
  6. A scientific note on Apis mellifera brood attractiveness to Varroa destructor as affected by the chemotherapeutic history of the brood. p. 449. James D. Ellis Jr. and Keith S. Delaplane. PDF file (117 KB).
  7. A scientific note on long-term stability of a home-made oxalic acid water sugar solution for controlling varroosis. p. 451. Luciana Prandin, Nicoletta Dainese, Barbara Girardi, Ornella Damolin, Roberto Piro and Franco Mutinelli. PDF file (11.5 KB).
  8. Association of Institutes for Bee Research. Report of the 48th seminar in Bad Neuenahr/Ahrweiler. 27-29 March 2001. p. 453. PDF file (327 KB).

Vol. 32 No. 6 (November-December 2001) Editar

  1. Effects of insect growth regulators on honey bees and non-Apis bees. A review. p. 527. Jean-Noël Tasei. PDF file (89.2 KB).
  2. Lincomycin hydrochloride for the control of American foulbrood disease of honey bees. p. 547. Mark F. Feldlaufer, Jeffery S. Pettis, Jan P. Kochansky and Grant Stiles. PDF file (35 KB).
  3. Resistance to American foulbrood disease by honey bee colonies Apis mellifera bred for hygienic behavior. p. 555. Marla Spivak and Gary S. Reuter. PDF file (410 KB).
  4. Honey bee colony mortality and productivity with single and dual infestations of parasitic mite species. p. 567. Danielle L. Downey and Mark L. Winston. PDF file (949 KB).
  5. Effectiveness, persistence, and residue of amitraz plastic strips in the apiary control of Varroa destructor. p. 577. Ignazio Floris, Alberto Satta, Vincenzo Luigi Garau, Marinella Melis, Paolo Cabras and Naima Aloul. PDF file (282 KB).
  6. Influence of the proximity of American foulbrood cases and apicultural management on the prevalence of Paenibacillus larvae spores in Belgian honey. p. 587. Dirk C. de Graaf, Dominique Vandekerchove, Wim Dobbelaere, Johan E. Peeters and Frans J. Jacobs. PDF file (301 KB).
  7. A scientific note on Apis laboriosa winter nesting and brood rearing in the warm zone of Himalayas. p. 601. Jerzy Woyke, Jerzy Wilde and Maria Wilde. PDF file (20.6 KB).
  8. Erratum: A scientific note on Apis mellifera brood attractiveness to Varroa destructor as affected by the chemotherapeutic history of the brood. p. 603. James D. Ellis Jr. and Keith S. Delaplane. PDF file (104 KB).
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