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Apidologie Volumen 33 Editar

Vol. 33 No. 1 (January-February 2002) Editar

  1. Antioxidant enzymes in the honey bee, Apis mellifera. p. 3. Gunter F. Weirich, Anita M. Collins and Virginia P. Williams. PDF file (1.13 MB).
  2. Mites from debris and sealed brood cells of Apis dorsata colonies in Sabah (Borneo) Malaysia, including a new haplotype of Varroa jacobsoni. p. 15. Gudrun Koeniger, Nikolaus Koeniger, Denis L. Anderson, Chariya Lekprayoon and Salim Tingek. PDF file (77.2 KB).
  3. New haplotypes for the non-coding region of mitochondrial DNA in cavity-nesting honey bees Apis koschevnikovi and Apis nuluensis. p. 25. Jun-ichi Takahashi, Jun Nakamura, Masami Sasaki, Salim Tingek and Shin-ichi Akimoto. PDF file (1.11 MB).
  4. Selective blocking of contact chemosensilla in Apis mellifera. p. 33. Claudia Groh, Axel Brockmann, Monika Altwein and Jürgen Tautz. PDF file (1.32 MB).
  5. The varroacidal action of propolis: a laboratory assay. p. 41. Assegid Garedew, Ingolf Lamprecht, Erik Schmolz and Burkhard Schricker. PDF file (470 KB).
  6. Reproduction of Varroa destructor in South African honey bees: does cell space influence Varroa male survivorship?. p. 51. Stephen J. Martin and Per Kryger. PDF file (219 KB).
  7. Detection of acute bee paralysis virus by RT-PCR in honey bee and Varroa destructor field samples: rapid screening of representative Hungarian apiaries. p. 63. Tamás Bakonyi, Róbert Farkas, Andrea Szendröi, Mihály Dobos-Kovács and Miklós Rusvai. PDF file (703 KB).
  8. The effect of drone comb on a honey bee colony's production of honey. p. 75. Thomas D. Seeley. PDF file (122 KB).
  9. A scientific note on the high toxicity of propolis that comes from Myroxylon balsamum trees. p. 87. Milena Popova, Vassya Bankova, Angel Chimov and Mario V. Silva. PDF file (41.4 KB).

Vol. 33 No. 2 (March-April 2002) Editar

  • Special Issue : The Cape honeybee (Apis mellifera capensis).
  1. Editorial. p. 99. PDF file (46 KB)
  2. Apis mellifera capensis: an essay on the subspecific classification of honeybees. p. 105. Randall Hepburn and Sarah E. Radloff. PDF file (974 KB).
  3. A method for estimating variation in the phenotypic expression of morphological characters by thelytokous parthenogenesis in Apis mellifera capensis. p. 129. Sarah E. Radloff, Randall Hepburn, Peter Neumann, Robin F.A. Moritz and Per Kryger. PDF file (65.9 KB).
  4. Pheromone mimicry by Apis mellifera capensis social parasites leads to reproductive anarchy in host Apis mellifera scutellata colonies. p. 139. Theresa Clair Wossler. PDF file (589 KB).
  5. Behavioural basis for social parasitism of Cape honeybees (Apis mellifera capensis). p. 165. Peter Neumann and Randall Hepburn. PDF file (185 KB).
  6. Getting more than a fair share: nutrition of worker larvae related to social parasitism in the Cape honey bee Apis mellifera capensis. p. 193. Johan N.M. Calis, Willem J. Boot, Mike H. Allsopp and Madeleine Beekman. PDF file (149 KB).
  7. Egg laying and egg removal by workers are positively correlated in queenright Cape honeybee colonies (Apis mellifera capensis). p. 203. Christian W.W. Pirk, Peter Neumann and H. Randall Hepburn. PDF file (119 KB).
  8. A scientific note on the ovarial and pheromonal development of drifted and non-drifted Cape honeybee workers (Apis mellifera capensis). p. 213. Sacha L. Reece. PDF file (41.5 KB).
  9. Usurpation of African Apis mellifera scutellata colonies by parasitic Apis mellifera capensis workers. p. 215. Stephen Martin, Theresa Wossler and Per Kryger. PDF file (290 KB).
  10. Population dynamics of the Cape bee phenomenon: The impact of parasitic laying worker clones in apiaries and natural populations. p. 233. Robin F.A. Moritz. PDF file (507 KB).

Vol. 33 No. 3 (May-June 2002) Editar

  1. Time-place learning and the ecology of recruitment in a stingless bee, Trigona amalthea (Hymenoptera, Apidae). p. 251. Michael D. Breed, Erin M. Stocker, Laura K. Baumgartner and Stephanie A. Vargas. PDF file (120 KB).
  2. Identification of honeybee peptide active against Paenibacillus larvae larvae through bacterial growth-inhibition assay on polyacrylamide gel. p. 259. Katarína Bachanová, Jaroslav Klaudiny, Ján Kopernický and Jozef Simúth. PDF file (180 KB).
  3. Varroa destructor infestation impact on Apis mellifera carnica capped worker brood production, bee population and honey storage in a Mediterranean climate. p. 271. António Manuel Murilhas. PDF file (694 KB).
  4. Sexing of newly hatched live larvae of the honey bee, Apis mellifera, allows the recognition of diploid drones. p. 283. Giulia Santomauro and Wolf Engels. PDF file (104 KB).
  5. Defense posture in the dwarf honeybee, Apis florea. p. 289. Christian W.W. Pirk, Randall Hepburn, Sarah E. Radloff and Johan Erlandsson. PDF file (110 KB).
  6. Critical temperatures for survival of brood and adult workers of the giant honeybee, Apis dorsata (Hymenoptera: Apidae). p. 295. Makhdzir Mardan and Peter G. Kevan. PDF file (288 KB).
  7. Foraging activity and pollen diets of subterranean stingless bee colonies in response to general flowering in Sarawak, Malaysia. p. 303. Teruyoshi Nagamitsu and Tamiji Inoue. PDF file (287 KB).
  8. The influence of different bee traps on undertaking behaviour of the honey bee (Apis mellifera) and development of a new trap. p. 315. Ingrid Illies, Werner Mühlen, Gerti Dücker and Norbert Sachser. PDF file (283 KB).
  9. Infrared spectroscopy in routine quality analysis of honey. p. 327. Birgit Lichtenberg-Kraag, Christoph Hedtke and Kaspar Bienefeld. PDF file (2.76 MB).
  10. Molecular diagnosis of chronic bee paralysis virus infection. p. 339. Magali Ribière, Carole Triboulot, Laetitia Mathieu, Clément Aurières, Jean-Paul Faucon and Michel Pépin. PDF file (502 KB).
  11. A scientific note on the first successful establishment of the monophlebine coccid Marchalina hellenica (Coccoidea, Margarodidae) on the fir tree (Abies cephalonica). p. 353. Nikolaos Bacandritsos. PDF file (307 KB).
  12. A scientific note on mtDNA gene order rearrangements among highly eusocial bees (Hymenoptera, Apidae). p. 355. Daniela Silvestre, Flávio de Oliveira Francisco, Ricardo Weinlich and Maria Cristina Arias. PDF file (154 KB).

Vol. 33 No. 4 (July-August 2002) Editar

  1. First report of Varroa destructor resistance to pyrethroids in the UK. p. 357. Helen M. Thompson, Michael A. Brown, Richard F. Ball and Medwin H. Bew. PDF file (1.59 MB).
  2. How a honey bee colony mustered additional labor for the task of pollen foraging. p. 367. Randi D. Rotjan, Nicholas W. Calderone and Thomas D. Seeley. PDF file (163 KB).
  3. Sounds in Melipona costaricensis (Apidae: Meliponini): effect of sugar concentration and nectar source distance. p. 375. Ingrid Aguilar and Daniel Briceño. PDF file (784 KB).
  4. Differential infestation of honey bee, Apis mellifera, worker and queen brood by the parasitic mite Varroa destructor. p. 389. Nicholas W. Calderone, Sisi Lin and Lodewyk P.S. Kuenen. PDF file (396 KB).
  5. Determination of residues in honey after treatments with formic and oxalic acid under field conditions. p. 399. Stefan Bogdanov, Jean-Daniel Charrière, Anton Imdorf, Verena Kilchenmann and Peter Fluri. PDF file (243 KB).
  6. Resistance to Acarapis woodi by honey bees from far-eastern Russia. p. 411. Lilia I. de Guzman, Thomas E. Rinderer, Gary T. Delatte, J. Anthony Stelzer, Lorraine Beaman and Victor Kuznetsov. PDF file (189 KB).
  7. Decline in the proportion of mites resistant to fluvalinate in a population of Varroa destructor not treated with pyrethroids. p. 417. Norberto Milani and Giorgio Della Vedova. PDF file (259 KB).
  8. A scientific note on the reproduction of two bumblebee queens (Bombus hypnorum) infested by the nematode Sphaerularia bombi. p. 423. Peter-Frank Röseler. PDF file (225 KB).

Vol. 33 No. 5 (September-October 2002) Editar

  1. Behavioural methods to assess the effects of pesticides on honey bees. p. 425. Minh-Hà Pham-Delègue, Axel Decourtye, Laure Kaiser and James Devillers. PDF file (225 KB).
  2. Parasitism in the social bee Apis mellifera: quantifying costs and benefits of behavioral resistance to Varroa destructor mites. p. 433. Rémy Vandame, Serge Morand, Marc-E. Colin and Luc P. Belzunces. PDF file (300 KB).
  3. Effects of ingestion of a biotin-binding protein on adult and larval honey bees. p. 447. Louise A. Malone, Emma L. Tregidga, Jacqui H. Todd, Elisabeth P.J. Burgess, Bruce A. Philip, Ngaire P. Markwick, Joanne Poulton, John T. Christeller, Melissa T. Lester and Heather S. Gatehouse. PDF file (289 KB).
  4. Report of the 49th seminar in Celle (25-27 March 2002). p. 459. Association of Institutes for Bee Research. PDF file (728 KB).

Vol. 33 No. 6 (November-December 2002) Editar

  1. Honeybees Dufour's gland - idiosyncrasy of a new queen signal. p. 525. Tamar Katzav-Gozansky, Victoria Soroker and Abraham Hefetz. PDF file (267 KB).
  2. Spatial distribution of the dwarf honey bees in an agroecosystem in southeastern Thailand. p. 539. Thomas E. Rinderer, Benjamin P. Oldroyd, Lilia I. de Guzman, Wandee Wattanachaiyingchareon and Siriwat Wongsiri. PDF file (232 KB).
  3. Application of solid phase microextraction to evaluate traces of thymol in honey. p. 545. Lara Piasenzotto, Luisa Gracco, Lanfranco S. Conte and Stefan Bogdanov. PDF file (255 KB).
  4. Drifting of workers in nest aggregations of the giant honeybee Apis dorsata. p. 553. Jürgen Paar, Benjamin P. Oldroyd, Ernst Huettinger and Gerald Kastberger. PDF file (274 KB).
  5. Can the frequency of reduced Varroa destructor fecundity in honey bee (Apis mellifera) pupae be increased by selection?. p. 563. Gloria Degrandi-Hoffman, Robert E. Page, Joseph Martin and M. Kim Fondrk. PDF file (245 KB).
  6. Flow cytometric analysis of lectin-stained haemocytes of the honeybee (Apis mellifera). p. 571. Dirk C. de Graaf, Rebecca Dauwe, Karl Walravens and Frans J. Jacobs. PDF file (525 KB).
  7. A scientific note on the distribution of Africanized honey bees and Varroa destructor in feral honey bee populations in California. p. 581. Walter M. Boyce, Esther S. Rubin and Chantal S. O'Brien. PDF file (168 KB).
  8. A scientific note on the determination of oxytetracycline residues in honey by high-performance liquid chromatography with UV detection. p. 583. Giampiero Pagliuca, Teresa Gazzotti, Giorgia Serra and Anna Gloria Sabatini. PDF file (166 KB).
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