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Apidologie Volumen 37 Editar

Vol. 37 No. 1 (January-Febrero 2006). Editar

  1. Editorial. Apidologie now offers an Open Access option to authors p. III. PDF file (19.9 KB). Editorial
  2. Genome Alert! p. V. PDF file (28.6 KB).
  3. Contaminants of bee products p. 1. Stefan Bogdanov. PDF file (227 KB). References.
  4. Genetic subpopulations of Varroa mites and their Apis cerana hosts in Thailand p. 19. Natapot Warrit, Deborah Roan Smith and Chariya Lekprayoon. PDF file (1.24 MB). References
  5. The relationship between hygienic behavior and suppression of mite reproduction as honey bee (Apis mellifera) mechanisms of resistance to Varroa destructor. p. 31. Abdullah Ibrahim and Marla Spivak. PDF file (106 KB).
  6. Comparative analysis of deformed wing virus (DWV) RNA in Apis mellifera and Varroa destructor. p. 41. Diana Tentcheva, Laurent Gauthier, Leila Bagny, Julie Fievet, Benjamin Dainat, François Cousserans, Marc Edouard Colin and Max Bergoin. PDF file (109 KB). References.
  7. Effects of shook swarm and supplementary feeding on oxytetracycline levels in honey extracted from treated colonies. p. 51. Helen M. Thompson, Ruth J. Waite, Selwyn Wilkins, Michael A. Brown, Tim Bigwood, Marvin Shaw, Christopher Ridgway and Matthew Sharman. PDF file (182 KB). References.
  8. Species diversity and community structure in trap-nesting bees in Southern Brazil. p. 58. Maria Luisa Tunes Buschini. PDF file (107 KB). References.
  9. Mortality of mite offspring: a major component of Varroa destructor resistance in a population of Africanized bees. p. 67. Luis Mondragón, Stephen Martin and Rémy Vandame. PDF file (164 KB). References
  10. Microsatellites for the inference of population structures in the Red Mason bee Osmia rufa (Hymenoptera, Megachilidae). p. 75. Karsten Neumann and Karsten Seidelmann. PDF file (175 KB). References.
  11. Determination of sugars in royal jelly by HPLC. p. 84. Giulio Sesta. PDF file (164 KB). References
  12. Morphometric differences in a single wing cell can discriminate Apis mellifera racial types. p. 91. Tiago Maurício Francoy, Pedro Roberto Rodrigues Prado, Lionel Segui Gonçalves, Luciano da Fontoura Costa and David De Jong. PDF file (624 KB). References.
  13. Oxalic acid for the control of varroosis in honey bee colonies: a review. p. 98. Eva Rademacher and Marika Harz. PDF file (157 KB). References.

Vol. 37 No. 2 (March-April 2006) Editar

  • Special Issue: Stingless bees: biology and management
  1. Editorial Stingless bees: biology and management. p. 121. Jacobus C. Biesmeijer, Klaus Hartfelder and Vera Lucia Imperatriz-Fonseca. PDF file (38.1 KB).
  2. Stingless bee nesting biology. p. 124. David W. Roubik. PDF file (967 KB). References. Online Material.
  3. Physiological and genetic mechanisms underlying caste development, reproduction and division of labor in stingless bees. p. 144. Klaus Hartfelder, Gustavo R. Makert, Carla C. Judice, Gonçalo A.G. Pereira, Weyder C. Santana, Rodrigo Dallacqua and Márcia M.G. Bitondi. PDF file (798 KB). References
  4. Class III glands in the abdomen of Meliponini. p. 164. Carminda da Cruz-Landim, Fábio Camargo Abdalla and Luciana Fioretti Gracioli-Vitti. PDF file (1.94 MB). References.
  5. Division of labor during brood production in stingless bees with special reference to individual participation. p. 175. Olga Inés Cepeda. Published Online: 22 June 2006. Abstract. PDF file (748 KB). References. Online Material
  6. Miniature queens in stingless bees: basic facts and evolutionary hypotheses. p. 191. Márcia de F. Ribeiro, Tom Wenseleers, Pérsio de S. Santos Filho and Denise de A. Alves. Abstract. PDF file (2.13 MB). References.
  7. Numerical investment in sex and caste by stingless bees (Apidae: Meliponini): a comparative analysis. p. 207. Pérsio de Souza Santos-Filho, Denise de Araujo Alves, André Eterovic, Vera Lucia Imperatriz-Fonseca and Astrid de Matos Peixoto Kleinert. Abstract. PDF file (158 KB). References
  8. The polygyny of Melipona bicolor: scramble competition among queens. p. 222. Hayo H.W. Velthuis, Han De Vries and Vera L. Imperatriz-Fonseca. Abstract. PDF file (288 KB). References. Online Material.
  9. The structure of eusocial bee assemblages in Brazil. p. 240. Jacobus C. Biesmeijer and E. Judith Slaa. Abstract. PDF file (1.30 MB). References.
  10. Molecular markers as a tool for population and evolutionary studies of stingless bees. p. 259. Maria Cristina Arias, Rute Magalhães Brito, Flávio de Oliveira Francisco, Geraldo Moretto, Favízia Freitas de Oliveira, Daniela Silvestre and Walter Steven Sheppard. Abstract. PDF file (521 KB). References.
  11. Global meliponiculture: challenges and opportunities. p. 275. Marilda Cortopassi-Laurino, Vera Lucia Imperatriz-Fonseca, David Ward Roubik, Anne Dollin, Tim Heard, Ingrid Aguilar, Giorgio C. Venturieri, Connal Eardley and Paulo Nogueira-Neto. Abstract. PDF file (1.59 MB). References.
  12. Stingless bees in applied pollination: practice and perspectives. p. 293. Ester Judith Slaa, Luis Alejandro Sánchez Chaves, Katia Sampaio Malagodi-Braga and Frouke Elisabeth Hofstede. Abstract. PDF file (235 KB). References.

Vol. 37 No. 3 (May-June 2006) Editar

  1. The effect of avocado (Persea americana) nectar composition on its attractiveness to honey bees (Apis mellifera). p. 317. Ohad Afik, Arnon Dag and Sharoni Shafir. PDF file (223 KB). References.
  2. Assessing the value of annual and perennial forage mixtures for bumblebees by direct observation and pollen analysis. p. 326. Claire Carvell, Paul Westrich, William R. Meek, Richard F. Pywell and Marek Nowakowski. Abstract. PDF file (254 KB). References.
  3. A modular system for trapping and mass-marking bumblebees: applications for studying food choice and foraging range. p. 341. Andrew P. Martin, Norman L. Carreck, Jennifer L. Swain, Dave Goulson, Mairi E. Knight, Roddy J. Hale, Roy A. Sanderson and Juliet L. Osborne. Abstract. PDF file (628 KB). References.
  4. Prévision des potentialités de production de miel à l'échelle d'un rucher au moyen d'un système d'information géographique. p. 351. Xavier Janssens, Étienne Bruneau and Philippe Lebrun. Abstract. PDF file (549 KB). References.
  5. The use of food source scent marks by the stingless bee Trigona corvina (Hymenoptera: Apidae): the importance of the depositor's identity. p. 366. Neeltje Janna Boogert, Frouke Elisabeth Hofstede and Ingrid Aguilar Monge. Abstract. PDF file (138 KB). References.
  6. Intraspecific variation in the first internal transcribed spacer (ITS1) of the nuclear ribosomal DNA in Melipona subnitida (Hymenoptera, Apidae), an endemic stingless bee from northeastern Brazil. p. 376. Darci de Oliveira Cruz, Daniel Macedo de Melo Jorge, Júlio Otávio Portela Pereira, Davi Coe Torres, Carlos Eduardo Alves Soares, Breno Magalhães Freitas and Thalles Barbosa Grangeiro. Abstract. PDF file (229 KB). References.
  7. Effect of food availability on individual foraging specialisation in the stingless bee Plebeia tobagoensis (Hymenoptera, Meliponini). p. 387. Frouke Elisabeth Hofstede and Marinus Jan Sommeijer. Abstract. PDF file (251 KB). References.
  8. Brazilian Propolis of Tetragonisca angustula and Apis mellifera. p. 398. Alexandra C.H.F. Sawaya, Ildenize B.S. Cunha, Maria C. Marcucci, Rosa F. de Oliveira Rodrigues and Marcos N. Eberlin. Abstract. PDF file (1.10 MB). References.
  9. A scientific note on Bombus inexspectatus (Tkalcù, 1963): evidence for a social parasitic mode of life. p. 408. Andreas Müller. Abstract. PDF file (56.0 KB). References.

Vol. 37 No. 4 (July-August 2006) Editar

  1. Reclassification, genotypes and virulence of Paenibacillus larvae, the etiological agent of American foulbrood in honeybees - a review. p. 411. Ainura Ashiralieva and Elke Genersch. Abstract. PDF file (471 KB). References.
  2. A century of advances in bumblebee domestication and the economic and environmental aspects of its commercialization for pollination. p. 421. Hayo H.W. Velthuis and Adriaan van Doorn. Abstract. PDF file (526 KB). References.
  3. A comparative evaluation of sampling methods for Varroa destructor (Acari: Varroidae) population estimation. p. 452. Manuela R. Branco, Neil A.C. Kidd and Robert S. Pickard. Abstract. PDF file (180 KB). References.
  4. Infestation levels of Apis mellifera scutellata swarms by socially parasitic Cape honeybee workers (Apis mellifera capensis). p. 462. Stephan Härtel, Peter Neumann, Per Kryger, Carolin von der Heide, Gert-Jan Moltzer, Robin M. Crewe, Job P. van Praagh and Robin F.A. Moritz. Abstract. PDF file (114 KB). References.
  5. The role of autogrooming in the differential susceptibility to tracheal mite (Acarapis woodi) infestation of honeybees (Apis mellifera) held at both normal and reduced temperatures during pupation. p. 471. John B. McMullan and Mark J.F. Brown. Abstract. PDF file (109 KB). References.
  6. Water content of stingless bee honeys (Apidae, Meliponini): interspecific variation and comparison with honey of Apis mellifera. p. 480. Lubertus Bijlsma, Luc L.M. de Bruijn, Edwin P. Martens and Marinus J. Sommeijer. Abstract. PDF file (283 KB). References. Online Material.
  7. Recruitment in a scent trail laying stingless bee (Scaptotrigona aff. depilis): Changes with reduction but not with increase of the energy gain. p. 487. Veronika M. Schmidt, Ronaldo Zucchi and Friedrich G. Barth. Abstract. PDF file (648 KB). References.
  8. Abdomen flipping of Apis dorsata breviligula worker bees correlated with temperature of nest curtain surface. p. 501. Jerzy Woyke, Jerzy Wilde, Maria Wilde and Cleofas Cervancia. Abstract. PDF file (682 KB). References.

Vol. 37 No. 5 (September-October 2006) Editar

  1. In situ localization of heat-shock proteins and cell death labelling in the salivary gland of acaricide-treated honeybee larvae. p. 507. Elaine C.M. Silva-Zacarin, Ales Gregorc and Regina L.M. Silva de Moraes. Abstract. PDF file (1.11 MB). References.
  2. Increased density of honeybee colonies affects foraging bumblebees. p. 517. Werstin Walther-Hellwig, Gerriet Fokul, Robert Frankl, Ralph Büchler, Klemens Ekschmitt and Volkmar Wolters. Abstract. PDF file (551 KB). References.
  3. The effects of pollen availability during larval development on the behaviour and physiology of spring-reared honey bee workers. p. 533. Heather R. Mattila and Gard W. Otis. Abstract. PDF file (351 KB). References.
  4. Genetic characterization of honey bee (Apis mellifera cypria) populations in northern Cyprus. p. 547. Irfan Kandemir, Marina D. Meixner, Ayca Ozkan and Walter S. Sheppard. Abstract. PDF file (398 KB). References. Online Material.
  5. Quantitative Fluorescent PCR (QF-PCR) on microsatellites, a fast and quantitative method to assay chimeric DNA samples in honeybees (Apis mellifera). p. 556. Monica Bergem, Arne Roseth, Sigbjørn Lien and Randi Aamodt. Abstract. PDF file (342 KB). References.
  6. Survival of mite infested (Varroa destructor) honey bee (Apis mellifera) colonies in a Nordic climate. p. 564. Ingemar Fries, Anton Imdorf and Peter Rosenkranz. Abstract. PDF file (233 KB). References.
  7. Comparing alternative methods of introducing virgin queens (Apis mellifera) into mating nucleus hives. p. 571. Juan Antonio Pérez-Sato and Francis L.W. Ratnieks. Abstract. PDF file (77.3 KB). References.
  8. Parasitic Varroa destructor mites influence flight duration and homing ability of infested Apis mellifera foragers. p. 577. Jasna Kralj and Stefan Fuchs. Abstract. PDF file (147 KB). References.
  9. Association of Institutes for Bee Research. Report of the 53rd seminar in Hohenheim. 28-30 March 2006. p. 588. PDF file (616 KB)

Vol. 37 No. 6 (November-December 2006) Editar

  1. Bibliography of Apis cerana Fabricius (1793). p. 651. Randall Hepburn and Colleen Hepburn. PDF file (41.1 KB).
  2. Size variation and egg laying performance in Plebeia remota queens (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Meliponini). p. 653. Márcia de Fátima Ribeiro, Pérsio de Souza Santos-Filho and Vera Lúcia Imperatriz-Fonseca. PDF file (265 KB).
  3. The influence of small-cell brood combs on the morphometry of honeybees (Apis mellifera). p. 665. John B. McMullan and Mark J.F. Brown. PDF file (241 KB).
  4. Chloramphenicol in royal jelly: analytical aspects and occurrence in Italian imports. p. 673. Silvano Calvarese, Anna Francesca Forti, Giampiero Scortichini and Gianfranco Diletti. PDF 375 Kb.
  5. Mating propensity of Bombus terrestris reared in different photoperiodic regimes. p. 679. Yong Jung Kwon, Md. Ruhul Amin and Sang Jae Suh. PDF file (402 KB).
  6. An optimized method for the generation of AFLP markers in a stingless bee (Melipona quadrifasciata) reveals a high degree of intracolonial genetic polymorphism. p. 687. Gustavo R. Makert, Robert J. Paxton and Klaus Hartfelder. PDF file (351 KB).
  7. Molecular characterization and population structure of Apis mellifera from Madeira and the Azores. p. 699. Pilar de la Rúa, José Galián, Bo Vest Pedersen and José Serrano. PDF file (203 KB).
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