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Apidologie Volumen 34 Editar

Vol. 34 No. 1 (January-February 2003) Editar

  1. Nectar sugar content: estimating standing crop and secretion rate in the field. p. 1. Sarah A. Corbet. PDF file (120 KB).
  2. Rapid determination of the numbers of Varroa destructor, a parasitic mite of the honey bee, Apis mellifera, on sticky-board collection devices. p. 11. Nicholas W. Calderone and Sisi Lin. PDF file (101 KB).
  3. The detection of Melissococcus pluton in honey bees (Apis mellifera) and their products using a hemi-nested PCR. p. 19. Ben Alexander McKee, Steven Philip Djordjevic, Russell David Goodman and Michael Alan Hornitzky. [PDF file (679 KB)].
  4. Pollinator biodiversity and floral resource use in Ecballium elaterium (Cucurbitaceae), a Mediterranean endemic. p. 29. Richard W. Rust, Bernard E. Vaissière and Paul Westrich. PDF file (502 KB).
  5. A substance in honey bee larvae inhibits the growth of Paenibacillus larvae larvae. p. 43. Manuela Wedenig, Ulrike Riessberger-Gallé and Karl Crailsheim. PDF file (233 KB).
  6. Wolbachia is present in Apis mellifera capensis, A. m. scutellata, and their hybrid in Southern Africa. p. 53. Marjorie A. Hoy, Ayyamperumal Jeyaprakash, Juan M. Alvarez and Michael H. Allsopp. PDF file (173 KB).
  7. Weight loss in drone pupae (Apis mellifera) multiply infested by Varroa destructor mites. p. 61. Pedro Duay, David De Jong and Wolf Engels. PDF file (617 KB).
  8. Variation in water and sucrose responsiveness during the foraging season affects proboscis extension learning in honey bees. p. 67. Ricarda Scheiner, Marcus Barnert and Joachim Erber. PDF file (357 KB).
  9. Molecular phylogeny of the stingless bees (Apidae, Apinae, Meliponini) inferred from mitochondrial 16S rDNA sequences. p. 73. Marco A. Costa, Marco A. Del Lama, Gabriel A.R. Melo and Walter S. Sheppard. PDF file (186 KB).
  10. A scientific note on the mating frequency of Apis dorsata. p. 85. Wandee Wattanachaiyingcharoen, Benjamin P. Oldroyd, Siriwat Wongsiri, Kellie Palmer and Jürgen Paar. PDF file (45.6 KB).
  11. A scientific note on food alert in Bombus transversalis. p. 87. Anna Dornhaus and Sydney Cameron. PDF file (50.0 KB)

Vol. 34 No. 2 (March-April 2003) Editar

  1. The influence of different diets on haemocytes of adult worker honey bees, Apis mellifera. p. 97. Bozena Szymas and Andrzej Jedruszuk. PDF file (201 KB).
  2. Tracking an invasive honey bee pest: mitochondrial DNA variation in North American small hive beetles. p. 103. Jay. D. Evans, Jeff. S. Pettis, W. Michael Hood and Hachiro Shimanuki. PDF file (218 KB).
  3. Patriline composition of worker populations in honeybee (Apis mellifera) colonies headed by queens inseminated with semen from African and European drones. p. 111. Gloria DeGrandi-hoffman, David R.Tarpy and Stanley S. Schneider. PDF file (190 KB).
  4. Periodic mass flights of Apis laboriosa in Nepal. p. 121. Jerzy Woyke, Jerzy Wilde and Maria Wilde. PDF file (162 KB); Online material. Pelicula 1. Pelicula 2.
  5. Determination and changes of free amino acids in royal jelly during storage. p. 129. Emanuele Boselli, Maria Fiorenza Caboni, Anna Gloria Sabatini, Gian Luigi Marcazzan and Giovanni Lercker. PDF file (133 KB).
  6. Environmental risk assessment of transgene products using honey bee (Apis mellifera) larvae. p. 139. Henrik F. Brodsgaard, Camilla J. Brodsgaard, Henrik Hansen and Gábor L. Lövei. PDF file (96.7 KB).
  7. Learning and discrimination of honey odours by the honey bee. p. 147. Isabelle Bonod, Jean-Christophe Sandoz, Yves Loublier and Minh-Hà Pham-delègue. PDF file (985 KB).
  8. Patterns of male production in the stingless bee Melipona favosa (Apidae, Meliponini). p. 161. Tong X. Chinhinst, Gijs B.J. Grob, Francis J.A.J. Meeuwsen and Marinus J. Sommeijer. PDF file (170 KB).
  9. A laboratory study to evaluate the toxicity of the Mediterranean fruit fly, Ceratitis capitata, bait, Success 0.02 CB, to the honey bee, Apis mellifera. p. 171. C. Richard Edwards, Corey K. Gerber and Greg J. Hunt. PDF file (949 KB).
  10. Determination of oxalic acid and other organic acids in honey and in some anatomic structures of bees. p. 181. María Jesús Nozal, José Luis Bernal, Luis Antonio Gómez, Mariano Higes and Aranzazu Meana. PDF file (120 KB).
  11. A scientific note on hygienic behavior in Apis mellifera lamarckii and A. m. carnica in Egypt. p. 189. Soliman M. Kamel, James P. Strange and Walter S. Sheppard. PDF file (45.5 KB).
  12. A scientific note on levels of polyandry of 2 queens of the Himalayan giant honeybee, Apis laboriosa. p. 191. Jun-ichi Takahashi and Jun Nakamura. PDF file (40.1 KB).

Vol. 34 No. 3 (May-June 2003) Editar

  1. The use of repetitive element PCR fingerprinting (rep-PCR) for genetic subtyping of German field isolates of Paenibacillus larvae subsp. larvae. p. 195. Elke Genersch and Christoph Otten. PDF file (503 KB).
  2. Osmia cornuta (Hymenoptera, Megachilidae) as a pollinator of pear (Pyrus communis): fruit- and seed-set. p. 207. Bettina Maccagnani, Edith Ladurner, Fabrizio Santi and Giovanni Burgio. PDF file (326 KB).
  3. Hybridization between European and African-derived honeybee populations (Apis mellifera) at different altitudes in Perú. p. 217. J. Javier G. Quezada-Euán, Eleazar E. Pérez-Castro and William de J. May-Itzá. PDF file (180 KB).
  4. Seed set of male-sterile and male-fertile oilseed rape (Brassica napus) in relation to pollinator density. p. 227. Ingolf Steffan-dewenter. PDF file (146 KB).
  5. A stingless bee marks the feeding site in addition to the scent path (Scaptotrigona aff. depilis). p. 237. Veronika M. Schmidt, Ronaldo Zucchi and Friedrich G. Barth. PDF file (538 KB).
  6. Fight between virgin queens (Apis mellifera) is initiated by contact to the dorsal abdominal surface. p. 249. Jochen Pflugfelder and Nikolaus Koeniger. PDF file (451 KB).
  7. Protein content and pattern during mucus gland maturation and its ecdysteroid control in honey bee drones. p. 257. Nínive Aguiar Colonello and Klaus Hartfelder. PDF file (413 KB).
  8. Oxytetracycline hydrochloride activity in honey bee larvae (Apis mellifera) following medication with various doses. p. 269. Ben Alexander McKee, Russell David Goodman, Christian Saywell and Graham Hepworth. PDF file (139 KB).
  9. Dietary dopamine causes ovary activation in queenless Apis mellifera workers. p. 281. T.C.D. Dombroski, Zila Luz Paulino Simões and Marcia Marcia Gentile Bitondi. PDF file (483 KB).
  10. Comparison of propolis from Apis mellifera and Tetragonisca angustula. p. 291. Alberto dos Santos Pereira, Beatriz Bicalho and Francisco Radler de Aquino Neto. PDF file (108 KB).
  11. Honey bee (Apis mellifera) strains differ in avocado (Persea americana) nectar foraging preference. p. 299. Arnon Dag, A. Elizabeth Fetscher, Ohad Afik, Yelena Yeselson, Arthur Schaffer, Yossi Kamer, Nicholas M. Waser, Monica A. Madore, Mary Lu Arpaia, Reuben Hofshi and Sharoni Shafir. PDF file (319 KB).
  12. Individuality of wing patterning in Giant honey bees (Apis laboriosa). p. 311. Gerald Kastberger, Sarah Radloff and Gerhard Kranner. PDF file (407 KB).
  13. A scientific note on the specific optical rotation of three honey types from Bulgaria. p. 319. Dinko Dinkov. PDF file (48.4 KB).

Vol. 34 No. 4 (July-August 2003) Editar

  1. Nest construction and architecture of the Amazonian bumble bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae). p. 321. Olivia Mariko Taylor and Sydney A. Cameron. PDF file (386 KB).
  2. Longevity of Bombus terrestris workers (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in relation to pollen availability, in the absence of foraging. p. 333. Paul Smeets and Marie José Duchateau. PDF file (86.3 KB).
  3. Quantitative analysis of intracolonial and intercolonial morphometric variance in honeybees, Apis mellifera and Apis cerana. p. 339. Sarah E. Radloff, Randall Hepburn and Lindsey J. Bangay. PDF file (1.19 MB).
  4. Comparison of flight design of Asian honeybee drones. p. 353. Sarah E. Radloff, H. Randall Hepburn and Gudrun Koeniger. PDF file (78.5 KB).
  5. Secretions of stingless bees: the Dufour glands of some Frieseomelitta species (Apidae, Meliponinae). p. 359. Eda Flávia L.R.A. Patricio, Leopoldo Cruz López, Roland Maile and E. David Morgan. PDF file (113 KB).
  6. Apis mellifera pomonella, a new honey bee subspecies from Central Asia. p. 367. Walter S. Sheppard and Marina D. Meixner. PDF file (1.01 MB).
  7. In vitro secretion of ecdysteroid-dependent proteins and of a 70 kDa subunit reactive to anti-prophenoloxidase serum by Apis mellifera integument. p. 377. Nínive A. Colonello, Maria Salete Zufelato, Zilá L.P. Simões and Márcia M.G. Bitondi. PDF file (690 KB).
  8. Swarming in honey bees (Apis mellifera) and Varroa destructor population development in Sweden. p. 389. Ingemar Fries, Henrik Hansen, Anton Imdorf and Peter Rosenkranz. PDF file (581 KB).
  9. The effects of adult small hive beetles, Aethina tumida (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae), on nests and flight activity of Cape and European honey bees (Apis mellifera). p. 399. James D. Ellis Jr., Randall Hepburn, Keith S. Delaplane, Peter Neumann and Patti J. Elzen. PDF file (122 KB).
  10. Susceptibility of Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera: Apidae) to pellitorine, an amide isolated from Piper tuberculatum (Piperaceae). p. 409. José Ednilson Miranda, Hosana Maria Debonsi Navickiene, Regina Helena Nogueira-Couto, Sérgio Antônio De Bortoli, Massuo Jorge Kato, Vanderlan da Silva Bolzani and Maysa Furlan. PDF file (120 KB).

Vol. 34 No. 5 (September-October 2003) Editar

  1. Evaluation of some essential oils for the control and prevention of American Foulbrood disease in honey bees. p. 417. Graciela N. Albo, Cynthia Henning, Jorge Ringuelet, Francisco J. Reynaldi, Marisa R. De Giusti and Adriana M. Alippi. PDF file (145 KB).
  2. Stimulation of colony initiation and colony development in Bombus terrestris by adding a male pupa: the influence of age and orientation. p. 429. Yong Jung Kwon, Shafqat Saeed and Marie José Duchateau. PDF file (158 KB).
  3. Genotypic variation in the expression of guarding behavior and the role of guards in the defensive response of honey bee colonies. p. 439. Miguel E. Arechavaleta-Velasco and Greg J. Hunt. PDF file (137 KB).
  4. Testis length distinguishes haploid from diploid drones in Melipona quadrifasciata (Hymenoptera: Meliponinae). p. 449. Mara Garcia Tavares, André Southernman Teixeira Irsigler and Lucio Antonio De Oliveira Campos. PDF file (408 KB).
  5. The effect of intrinsic and extrinsic factors on flower constancy in stingless bees. p. 457. Ester Judith Slaa, Ayco J.M. Tack and Marinus Jan Sommeijer. PDF file (230 KB).
  6. A scientific note on the effect of centrifugation on pooled honey bee semen. p. 469. Anita M. Collins. PDF file (39.0 KB).
  7. A scientific note on the presence of Paenibacillus larvae larvae spores in sub-Saharan African honey. p. 471. Henrik Hansen, Camilla J. Brødsgaard, Per Kryger and Mogens Nicolaisen. PDF file (47.5 KB)
  8. Report of the 50th seminar in Schmitten-Arnoldshain. p. 473. Association of Institutes for Bee Research. PDF file (482 KB).

Vol. 34 No. 6 (November-December 2003) Editar

  1. Genetic differences between Tropilaelaps clareae and Tropilaelaps koenigerum in Thailand based on ITS and RAPD analyses. p. 513. Warisa Tangjingjai, Patchara Verakalasa, Siriporn Sittipraneed, Sirawut Klinbunga and Chariya Lekprayoon. PDF file (236 KB).
  2. Response of the small hive beetle (Aethina tumida) to honey bee (Apis mellifera) and beehive-produced volatiles. p. 525. Alonso Suazo, Baldwyn Torto, Peter E.A. Teal and James H. Tumlinson. PDF file (165 KB).
  3. Temporal changes in Varroa destructor fertility and haplotype in Brazil. p. 535. Claudia Garrido, Peter Rosenkranz, Robert J. Paxton and Lionel S. Gonçalves. PDF file (202 KB).
  4. Differential tending of worker and drone larvae of the honey bee, Apis mellifera, during the 60 hours prior to cell capping. p. 543. Nicholas W. Calderone and L.P.S. Kuenen. PDF file (157 KB)
  5. Morphological characterization of Apis cerana in the Yunnan Province of China. p. 553. Tan Ken, Stefan Fuchs, Nikolaus Koeniger and Zan Ruiguang. PDF file (365 KB).
  6. Suppression of ovarian development of Bombus terrestris workers by B. terrestris queens, Psithyrus vestalis and Psithyrus bohemicus females. p. 563. Carlos H. Vergara, Stefan Schröder, Maria Teresa Almanza and Dieter Wittmann. PDF file (127 KB).
  7. Controlling European foulbrood with the shook swarm method and oxytetracycline in the UK. p. 569. Ruth J. Waite, Michael A. Brown, Helen M. Thompson and Medwin H. Bew. PDF file (349 KB).
  8. Sperm numbers in drone honeybees (Apis mellifera) depend on body size. p. 577. Helge Schlüns, Ellen A. Schlüns, Job van Praagh and Robin F.A. Moritz. PDF file (107 KB).
  9. The behaviour of drifted Cape honeybee workers (Apis mellifera capensis): predisposition for social parasitism?. p. 585. Peter Neumann, Sarah E. Radloff, Christian W.W. Pirk and Randall Hepburn. PDF file (77.5 KB).
  10. Autogrooming by resistant honey bees challenged with individual tracheal mites. p. 591. Robert G. Danka and José D. Villa. PDF file (75.2 KB).
  11. A method to feed individual bees (Hymenoptera: Apiformes) known amounts of pesticides. p. 597. Edith Ladurner, Jordi Bosch, Stefano Maini and William P. Kemp. PDF file (489 KB).
  12. Antennal glands in male bees: structures for sexual communication by pheromones?. p. 603. Roberto Romani, Nunzio Isidoro, Paola Riolo and Ferdinando Bin. PDF file (1.14 MB).

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