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Apidologie Volumen 36 Editar

Vol. 36 No. 1 (January-March 2005) Editar

  1. Characterization of a honey bee Toll related receptor gene Am18w and its potential involvement in antimicrobial immune defense. p. 3. Katherine Aronstein and Eduardo Saldivar. Abstract. PDF file (586 KB). References.
  2. Temperature and chalkbrood development in the alfalfa leafcutting bee, Megachile rotundata. p. 15. Rosalind R. James. Abstract. PDF file (201 KB). References.
  3. The morphometric affinities of Apis cerana of the Hindu Kush and Himalayan regions of western Asia. p. 25. Sarah E. Radloff, Randall Hepburn and Stefan Fuchs. Abstract. PDF file (242 KB). References.
  4. Chromosomal diversity in Apis mellifera carnica from Serbia. p. 31. Zoran Stanimirovic, Jevrosima Stevanovic and Marko Andjelkovic. Abstract. PDF file (338 KB). References.
  5. Trophallaxis within the dancing context: a behavioral and thermographic analysis in honeybees (Apis mellifera). p. 43. Walter M. Farina and Alejandro J. Wainselboim. PDF file (75.0 KB).
  6. Age-dependent morphology and ultrastructure of the hypopharyngeal gland of Apis mellifera workers (Hymenoptera, Apidae). p. 49. Jeroen Deseyn and Johan Billen. Abstract. PDF file (819 KB). References
  7. Bumblebee inquilinism in Bombus (Fernaldaepsithyrus) sylvestris (Hymenoptera, Apidae): behavioural and chemical analyses of host-parasite interactions. p. 59. Stéphanie Dronnet, Xavier Simon, Jean-Claude Verhaeghe, Pierre Rasmont and Christine Errard. Abstract. PDF file (232 KB). References
  8. Modes of honeybees exposure to systemic insecticides: estimated amounts of contaminated pollen and nectar consumed by different categories of bees. p. 71. Agnès Rortais, Gérard Arnold, Marie-Pierre Halm and Frédérique Touffet-Briens. Abstract. PDF file (183 KB). References.
  9. Intra and interspecific variability of the cephalic labial glands' secretions in male bumblebees: the case of Bombus (Thoracobombus) ruderarius and B. (Thoracobombus) sylvarum [Hymenoptera, Apidae]. p. 85. Michaël Terzo, Klara Urbanova, Irena Valterova and Pierre Rasmont. Abstract. PDF file (363 KB). References. Online Material. Foto 1; Foto 2; Foto 3.
  10. Brood pupation temperature affects the susceptibility of honeybees (Apis mellifera) to infestation by tracheal mites (Acarapis woodi). p. 97. John B. McMullan and Mark J.F. Brown. Abstract. PDF file (156 KB). References.
  11. Survival of honey bee (Apis mellifera) pupae after trypan blue staining of wounds caused by Varroa destructor mites or artificial perforation. p. 107. Matthias Herrmann, Ghazwan Kanbar and Wolf Engels. Abstract. PDF file (572 KB). References.
  12. Non-radioactive in-situ hybridisation to honeybee embryos and ovaries. p. 113. Peter Osborne and Peter K. Dearden. Abstract. PDF file (472 KB). References.
  13. Antennal movements as indicators of odor detection by worker honeybees. p. 119. Michel Lambin, Patrice Déglise and Monique Gauthier. Abstract. PDF file (575 KB). References. Online Material. Video 1; Video 2.
  14. Multivariate morphometric analysis of Apis cerana of southern mainland Asia. p. 127. Sarah E. Radloff, H. Randall Hepburn, C. Hepburn, Stefan Fuchs, Gard W. Otis, M.M. Sein, H.L. Aung, H.T. Pham, D.Q. Tam, A.M. Nuru and Tan Ken. Abstract. PDF file (782 KB). References.
  15. A scientific note on the lack of nepotism in queen larval feeding during emergency queen rearing in a naturally mated honey bee colony. p. 141. Nicolas Châline and Gérard Arnold. Abstract. PDF file (101 KB). References.

Vol. 36 No. 2 (April-June 2005) Editar

  • Special Issue: "the neglected gender - males in bees"
  1. Editorial. The neglected gender - males in bees. p. 143. Gudrun Koeniger. Abstract. PDF file (44.6 KB).
  2. Male mating behaviour and mating systems of bees: an overview. p. 145. Robert John Paxton. Abstract. PDF file (156 KB). References.
  3. The evolutionary significance of long copulation duration in bumble bees. p. 157. Mark J.F. Brown and Boris Baer. Abstract. PDF file (276 KB). References.
  4. The males of Melipona and other stingless bees, and their mothers. p. 169. Hayo H.W. Velthuis, Dirk Koedam and Vera L. Imperatriz-Fonseca. Abstract. PDF file (217 KB). References.
  5. Sexual selection in Apis bees. p. 187. Boris Baer. Abstract. PDF file (170 KB). References.
  6. Paternity skew in seven species of honeybees (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Apis). p. 201. Helge Schlüns, Robin F.A. Moritz, H. Michael G. Lattorff and Gudrun Koeniger. Abstract. PDF file (260 KB). References.
  7. Drone competition at drone congregation areas in four Apis species. p. 211. Nikolaus Koeniger, Gudrun Koeniger, Michael Gries and Salim Tingek. Abstract. PDF file (256 KB). References.
  8. Using drones for estimating colony number by microsatellite DNA analyses of haploid males in Apis. p. 223. F. Bernhard Kraus, Nikolaus Koeniger, Salim Tingek and Robin F.A. Moritz. Abstract. PDF file (161 KB). References.
  9. She's my girl - male accessory gland products and their function in the reproductive biology of social bees. p. 231. Nínive Aguiar Colonello and Klaus Hartfelder. Abstract. PDF file (194 KB). References.
  10. Morphological and ultrastructural changes in the mucus glands of Apis mellifera drones during pupal development and sexual maturation. p. 245. Lien Moors, Olivier Spaas, Gudrun Koeniger and Johan Billen. Abstract. PDF file (971 KB). References.
  11. Differences in drone and worker physiology in honeybees (Apis mellifera). p. 255. Norbert Hrassnigg and Karl Crailsheim. Abstract. PDF file (195 KB). References.
  12. Variance in spermatozoa number among Apis dorsata drones and among Apis mellifera drones. p. 279. Gudrun Koeniger, Nikolaus Koeniger, Salim Tingek and Mananya Phiancharoen. Abstract. PDF file (128 KB). References.

Vol. 36 No. 3 (July-September 2005) Editar

  1. Scent marks left by Nannotrigona testaceicornis at the feeding site: cues rather than signals. PDF 291 Kb. Veronika M. Schmidt, Ronaldo Zucchi and Friedrich G. Barth. Apidologie 36 (2005) 285-292
  2. A new method for rearing genetically manipulated honey bee workers. PDF 147 Kb. Anne Lene T.O. Aase, Gro V. Amdam, Arne Hagen and Stig W. Omholt. Apidologie 36 (2005) 293-300.
  3. Collective nectar foraging at low reward conditions in honeybees Apis mellifera. PDF 342 Kb. Patricia Carina Fernández and Walter Marcelo Farina. Apidologie 36 (2005): 301-312.
  4. Recruitment and communication of food source location in three species of stingless bees (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Meliponini). PDF 431 Kb. Ingrid Aguilar, Alicia Fonseca and Jacobus C. Biesmeijer. Apidologie 36 (2005): 313-324.
  5. Repellent foraging scent recognition across bee families. PDF 431 Kb. Nadine Gawleta, Yvonne Zimmermann and Thomas Eltz. Abstract. PDF 137 Kb. pp: 325-330.
  6. An association in honey bees between autogrooming and the presence of migrating tracheal mites. PDF 431 Kb. PDF 42.5 Kb. Robert G. Danka and José D. Villa. Apidologie 36 (2005): 331-334.
  7. Genetic divergence and phylogenetic relationships of honey bee Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera: Apidae) populations from Greece and Cyprus using PCR - RFLP analysis of three mtDNA segments. PDF 284 Kb. Maria Bouga, Paschalis C. Harizanis, George Kilias and Stamatis Alahiotis. Abstract. Apidologie 36 (2005): 335-344.
  8. A multifactorial study of the resistance of honeybees Apis mellifera to the mite Varroa destructor over one year in Mexico. PDF 356 Kb. Luis Mondragón, Marla Spivak and Rémy Vandame. Apidologie 36 (2005): 345-358.
  9. Apis florea: morphometrics, classification and biogeography. PDF 646 Kb. H. Randall Hepburn, Sarah E. Radloff, Gard W. Otis, Stefan Fuchs, L.R. Verma, Tan Ken, T. Chaiyawong, G. Tahmasebi, R. Ebadi and Siriwat Wongsiri. PDF 924 Kb. Online Material. Apidologie 36 (2005): 359-376.
  10. Bibliography of Apis florea. PDF 33.1 Kb. H. Randall Hepburn and Colleen Hepburn. Complemento PDF. Complemento HTML. Apidologie 36 (2005): 377-378.
  11. Evaluation of a standard artificial flower design to feed individual bees known amounts of pesticides. PDF 329 Kb. Edith Ladurner, Jordi Bosch, William P. Kemp and Stefano Maini. Apidologie 36 (2005): 379-388.
  12. Molecular cloning and analysis of four cDNAs from the heads of Apis cerana cerana nurse honeybees coding for major royal jelly proteins. PDF 455 Kb. Songkun Su, Stefan Albert, Shenglu Chen and Boxiong Zhong. Apidologie 36 (2005):389-402.
  13. Honey as a bioindicator for environmental pollution with SO2. PDF 455 Kb. Maja Ponikvar, Joze Snajder and Borka Sedej. Apidologie 36 (2005): 403-410.
  14. Evidence for alloethism in stingless bees (Meliponinae). PDF 33.6 Kb. Dave Goulson, Lara C. Derwent and James Peat. Abstract. Apidologie 36 (2005): 411-412.
  15. Reproductive dominance among honeybee workers in experimental groups of Apis mellifera capensis. PDF 256 Kb. Ute E. Simon, Robin F.A. Moritz and Robin M. Crewe. Apidologie 36 (2005): 413-420.
  16. Soybean proteinase inhibitor and the foraging strategy of free flying honeybees. PDF 295 Kb. François-Xavier Dechaume-Moncharmont, Hichem Azzouz, Odile Pons and Minh-Hà Pham-Delègue. Apidologie 36 (2005): 421-430.
  17. Mitochondrial DNA characterization of two Partamona species (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Meliponini) by PCR+RFLP and sequencing. PDF 79.5 Kb. Rute Magalhães Brito and Maria Cristina Arias. Apidologie 36 (2005): 431-438.
  18. Body size, loading capacity and rate of reproduction in the communal bee Andrena agilissima (Hymenoptera; Andrenidae). PDF 125 Kb. Manuela Giovanetti and Eloisa Lasso. Apidologie 36 (2005): 439-448.
  19. Assessing delayed and acute toxicity of five formulated fungicides to Osmia lignaria Say and Apis mellifera. PDF 493 Kb. Edith Ladurner, Jordi Bosch, William P. Kemp and Stefano Maini. Apidologie 36 (2005): 449-460.
  20. Three mechanisms of queen elimination in swarming honey bee colonies. PDF 132 Kb. David C. Gilley and David R. Tarpy. Apidologie 36 (2005): 461-474.
  21. Multivariate morphometric analysis of the Apis cerana populations of oceanic Asia. PDF 519 Kb. Sarah E. Radloff, H. Randall Hepburn, Stefan Fuchs, Gard W. Otis, Soesilawati. Hadisoesilo, C. Hepburn and Tan Ken. Apidologie 36 (2005): 475-

Vol. 36 No. 4 (October-December 2005) Editar

  1. Production of sexuals in the stingless bee Trigona (Lepidotrigona) ventralis flavibasis Cockerell (Apidae, Meliponini) in northern Vietnam. p. 493. Tong X. Chinh and Marinus J. Sommeijer. PDF file (1.01 MB). References.
  2. Reinforcing a barrier - a specific social defense of the dwarf honeybee (Apis florea) released by the weaver ant (Oecophylla smaragdina). p. 505. Orawan Duangphakdee, Nikolaus Koeniger, Gudrun Koeniger, Siriwat Wongsiri and Sureerat Deowanish. Abstract. PDF file (96.0 KB). References.
  3. Does plastic comb foundation hinder waggle dance communication?. p. 513. Thomas D. Seeley, Adrian M. Reich and Jürgen Tautz. Abstract. PDF file (554 KB). References.
  4. Response of the small hive beetle (Aethina tumida) to a blend of chemicals identified from honeybee (Apis mellifera) volatiles. p. 523. Baldwyn Torto, Alonso Suazo, Hans Alborn, James H. Tumlinson and Peter E.A. Teal. Abstract. PDF file (560 KB). References.
  5. Expression of melittin gene in the venom gland of the Chinese honeybee, Apis cerana cerana. p. 533. Jiang-Hong Li, Chuan-Xi Zhang and Zhen-hua Tang. Abstract. PDF file (285 KB). References.
  6. Morphology of the Dufour gland within the honey bee sting gland complex. p. 543. Stephen J. Martin, Vicky Dils and Johan Billen. Abstract. PDF file (725 KB). References.
  7. Unlike nectar foragers, honeybee drones (Apis mellifera) are not able to utilize starch as fuel for flight. p. 547. Norbert Hrassnigg, Robert Brodschneider, Paul H. Fleischmann and Karl Crailsheim. Abstract. PDF file (279 KB). References.
  8. A scientific note on the aliphatic esters in queen honey bees. p. 559. Christopher I. Keeling and Keith N. Slessor. Abstract. PDF file (39.0 KB). References.
  9. Discontinuous gas exchange cycles and active ventilation in pupae of the bumblebee Bombus terrestris. p. 561. Marika Mänd, Aare Kuusik, Ants-Johannes Martin, Ingrid H Williams, Anne Luik, Reet Karise, Luule Metspalu and Külli Hiiesaar. Abstract. PDF file (176 KB). References.
  10. Cephalic secretions of the bumblebee subgenus Sibiricobombus Vogt suggest Bombus niveatus Kriechbaumer and Bombus vorticosus Gerstaecker are conspecific (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Bombus). p. 571. Pierre Rasmont, Michaël Terzo, A. Murat Aytekin, Heather Hines, Klara Urbanova, L. Cahlikova and Irena Valterova. Abstract. PDF file (1.04 MB). References.
  11. Influence of Bt-transgenic pollen, Bt-toxin and protease inhibitor (SBTI) ingestion on development of the hypopharyngeal glands in honeybees. p. 585. Dirk Babendreier, Nicole M. Kalberer, Jörg Romeis, Peter Fluri, Evan Mulligan and Franz Bigler. Abstract. PDF file (157 KB). References.
  12. Trophallactic chains in honeybees: a quantitative approach of the nectar circulation amongst workers. p. 595. Joaquín Goyret and Walter M. Farina. Abstract. PDF file (92.6 KB). References.


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