Benjamin P. Oldroyd

Benjamin P. Oldroyd profesor asociado de ciencias biológicas de la University of Sydney, Australia y autor conjuntamente con Siriwat Wongsiri que es Profesor de ciencias de la Chulalongkorn University de Tailandia, del libro titulado: Asian Honey Bees, Biology, Conservation, and Human Interactions.

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2006 Editar

  1. Oldroyd BP, Reddy MS, Chapman NC, Thompson GJ & Beekman M. 2006 Evidence for reproductive isolation between two colour morphs of cavity nesting honey bees (Apis) in south India. PDF 162 Kb. Insectes Sociaux: 53: 429-434.
  2. G. J. Thompson, R. Kucharski, R. Maleszka and B. P. Oldroyd. (2006). Towards a molecular definition of worker sterility: differential gene expression and reproductive plasticity in honey bees. PDF 125 Kb. Insect Molecular Biology. 15 (5), 637–644
  3. Nanork, P., Wongsiri, S. & B.P. Oldroyd. (2006). The reproductive dilemmas of queenless red dwarf honeybee (Apis florea) workers. PDF 160 Kb. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 61: 91-97
  4. Holleley, C.E., Dickman, C.R., Crowther, M.S. & B.P. Oldroyd. (2006). Size breeds success: multiple paternity, multivariate selection and male semelparity in a small marsupial, Antechinus stuartii. PDF 187 Kb. Mol. Ecol. 15: 3439-3448.
  5. Graham, S., Myerscough, M.R., Jones, J.C. & B.P. Oldroyd. (2006) Modelling the role of intracolonial genetic diversity on regulation of brood temperature in honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) colonies. PDF 140 Kb. Insec. Soc. 53: 226-232.

2005 Editar

  1. Koywiwattrakul, P., Thompson, GJ., Sitthipraneed, S., Oldroyd, BP. & R. Maleszka. (2005) Effects of carbon dioxide narcosis on ovary activation amd gene expression in worker honeybees, Apis mellifera. PDF 687 Kb. J. Insect Science 5:36
  2. Nanork, P., Paar, J., Chapman, N.C., Wongsiri, S. & B.P. Oldroyd. (2005) Asian honeybees parasitize the future dead. PDF 281 Kb. Nature. 437:829
  3. Hoover, S.E.R., Winston, M.L. & B.P. Oldroyd. (2005) Retinue attraction and ovary activation: responses of wild type and anarchistic honey bees (Apis mellifera) to queen and brood pheromones. PDF 250 Kb.Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 59:278-284
  4. Jones J, Helliwell,P, Beekman M, Maleska R & Oldroyd BP. (2005) The effects of rearing temperature on developmental stability and learning and memory in the honey bee, Apis mellifera. PDF 265 Kb. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 191: 1121-1129
  5. Beekman M, Doyen, L. & Oldroyd BP. (2005) Decrease in dance imprecision with increasing foraging distance in the honey bee Apis mellifera L. is partly explained by physical constraints. PDF 306 Kb. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 191: 1107-1113
  6. Hoover, S.E.R., Oldroyd, B.P., Wossler, T.C. & M.L. Winston. (2005). Anarchistic queen honey bees have normal queen mandibular pheromones. PDF 170 Kb. Insec.Soc. 52:6 -10
  7. Beekman M & Oldroyd BP. (2005) Honey bee workers use cues other than egg viability for policing. PDF 91 Kb. Biology Letters 1(2): 129-132.

2004 Editar

  1. Thompson, G.J., & B. P. Oldroyd. (2004). Evaluating alternative hypotheses for the origin of eusociality in corbiculate bees. PDF 208 Kb. Mol. Phylogen. Evol. 33:452-456
  2. Beekman M, Martin C.G. & B.P. Oldroyd. (2004). Similar policing rates of eggs laid by virgin and mated honey-bee queens. PDF 139 Kb. Naturwissenschaften 91:598-601 .
  3. Paar, J., Oldroyd, B.P., Huettinger, E. & G. Kastberger. (2004) Levels of polyandry in Apis laboriosa Smith from Nepal. PDF 115 Kb. Insect. Soc. 51 :212-214
  4. Martin, S.J., Chaline, N., Oldroyd, B.P., Jones, G.R. & F.L.W. Ratnieks. (2004) Egg marking pheromones of anarchistic worker honeybees (Apis mellifera). PDF 76 Kb. Behav. Ecol. 15: 839-844
  5. Jones, J.C., Myerscough, M.R., Graham, S. & B.P. Oldroyd. (2004) Honey Bee nest thermoregulation: Diversity promotes stability. PDF 368 Kb. Science, 305: 402-404
  6. Cameron, E.C., Franck, P. & B. P. Oldroyd. (2004) Genetic structure of nest aggregations and drone congregations of the southeastern Asian stingless bee Trigona collina. PDF 205 Kb. Mol. Ecol. 13:2357-2364
  7. Franck, P., Cameron, E., Good, G., Rasplus, J-Y. & B.P. Oldroyd. (2004) Nest architecture and genetic differentiation in a species comples of Australian stingless bees. PDF 483 Kb. Mol. Ecol. 13: 2317-2331
  8. Paar, J., Oldroyd, B.P., Huettinger, E. & G. Kastberger. (2004) Genetic Structure of an Apis dorsata population: The significance of migration and colony aggregation. PDF 450 Kb. J. Heredity. 95: 119-126
  9. Myerscough, MR & BP Oldroyd. (2004). Simulation models of the role of genetic variability in social insect task allocation. PDF 186 Kb. Insect. Soc. 51: 146-152
  10. Martin CG, Oldroyd BP & Beekman M. 2004. Differential reproductive success among subfamilies in queenless honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) colonies. PDF 142 Kb. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 56:42-49
  11. Evans, J.D., Shearman, D.C.A. & B.P. Oldroyd. (2004). Molecular basis of sex determination in haplodiploids. PDF 103 Kb. TREE. 19:1-3
  12. Dampney, J.R., Barron, A.B. & B.P. Oldroyd. (2004). Measuring the cost of worker reproduction in honeybees: work tempo in an 'anarchic' line. PDF 78 Kb. Apidologie. 35:83-88.

2003 Editar

  1. Beekman, M. & B.P. Oldroyd. (2003) Different policing rates of eggs laid by queenright and queenless anarchistic honey-bee workers (Apis mellifera L.). PDF 170 Kb. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 54:480-484
  2. Palmer, K.A. & B.P. Oldroyd. (2003) Evidence for intra-colonial genetic variance in resistance to American foulbrood of honey bees (Apis mellifera): further support for the parasite/pathogen hypothesis for the evolution of polyandry. PDF 125 Kb. Naturwissenschaften. 90:265-268
  3. Ashe, A. & B.P. Oldroyd. (2003) Do queens select sperm?. PDF 42 Kb. TREE 18:108
  4. Halling, LA. & BP. Oldroyd. (2003) Do policing honeybee (Apis mellifera) workers target eggs in drone comb?. PDF 124 Kb. Insectes Soc. 50: 59-61
  5. Beekman, M, Oldroyd, BP. & Myerscough MR. (2003) Sticking to their choice - honey bee subfamilies abandon declining food sources at a slow but uniform rate. PDF 99 Kb. Ecological Entomology 28(2): 233-236
  6. Beekman M & Oldroyd BP.(2003) Effects of cross-feeding anarchistic and wild type honey bees: Anarchistic workers are not queen-like. PDF 153 Kb. Naturwissenschaften. 90: 189-192
  7. Wattanachaiyingcharoen, W., Oldroyd, BP., Wongsiri, S., Palmer, K. & J. Paar. (2003). A scientific note on the mating frequency of Apis dorsata. PDF 8 Kb. Apidologie, 34: 85 - 86.

2002 Editar

  1. Rinderer, T.E., Oldroyd, B.P., de Guzman, L.I., Wattanachaiyingcharoen, W. & S. Wongsiri. (2002). Spatial distribution of the dwarf honey bees in an agroecosystem in southeastern Thailand. PDF 228 Kb. Apidologie. 33: 539-543
  2. Paar, J., Oldroyd, B.P., Huettinger, E. & G. Kastberger. (2002). Drifting of workers in nest aggregations of the giant honeybee Apis dorsata. PDF 268 Kb. Apidologie. 33: 553-561
  3. Dampney,J.R., Barron, A.B. & B.P. Oldroyd. (2002) Policing of adult honey bees with activated ovaries is error prone. PDF 69 Kb. Insectes Soc. 49: 270-274
  4. Green, C.L., Oldroyd, B.P. (2002) Queen mating frequency and maternity of males in the stingless bee Trigona carbonaria Smith. PDF 68 Kb. Ins. Soc. 49: 196-202.
  5. Lapidge, KL., Oldroyd, BP. & M. Spivak. (2002). Seven suggestive quantitative trait loci influence hygenic behavior of honey bees. PDF 189 Kb. Naturwissenschaften 89: 565 - 568
  6. Clarke, K.E., Rinderer, T.E., Franck, P., Quezada-Euan, J.G. & B.P. Oldroyd. (2002) The Africanization of Honeybees (Apis mellifera L.) of the Yucatan: A study of a massive hybridisation event across time. PDF 153 Kb. Evolution. 56: 1462 - 1474
  7. Johnson RN, Oldroyd BP, Barron AB, Crozier RH (2002) Genetic control of the honey bee (Apis mellifera) dance language: Segregating dance forms in a backcrossed colony. PDF 103 Kb. J. Hered. 93: 170-173.
  8. Oldroyd, B.P. (2002) The Cape honey bee: an example of a social cancer. PDF 65 Kb. Trends Ecol. Evol. 17(6): 249-251.
  9. Wattanachaiyingchareon, W., Oldroyd, B.P., Good, G., Halling, L.A., Ratnieks, F.L.W. Wongsiri, S. (2002) Lack of worker reproduction in the giant honey bee Apis dorsata Fabricius. PDF 72 Kb. Ins. Soc. 49: 80-85.
  10. Oldroyd, B.P., Ratnieks, F.L.W., Wossler T.C. (2002) Egg marking pheromones in honey-bees Apis mellifera. PDF 16 Kb. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 51: 590-591.
  11. Beekman, M., Calis J.M.N., Oldroyd, B.P., Ratnieks, F.L.W. (2002) When do honey bee guards reject their former nestmates after swarming?. PDF 101 Kb. Ins. Soc. 49: 56-61.
  12. Palmer, K.A., Oldroyd, B.P., Quezada-Euan, J.G., Paxton, R.J. and W.D.J. May-Itza 2002 Paternity frequency and maternity of males in some stingless bee species. PDF 178 Kb. Molecular Ecology. 11: 2107-2113

2001 Editar

  1. Oldroyd, B.P., Halling, L.A., Good, G., Wattanachaiyingcharoen, W., Barron, A.B., Nanork, P., Wongsiri, S., Ratnieks, F.L.W. (2001) Worker policing and worker reproduction in Apis cerana. PDF 71 Kb. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 50: 371-377.
  2. Palmer, K.A., Oldroyd, B.P., Franck, P., Hadisoesilo, S. (2001) Very high mating frequency in Apis nigrocincta. PDF 65 Kb. Ins. Soc. 48: 327-332.
  3. Oldroyd, B.P., Wossler, T., Ratnieks, FLW (2001) Regulation of ovary activation in worker bees: larval signal production and adult response thresholds differ between anarchistic and wild-type bees. PDF 48 Kb. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 50: 366-370.
  4. Barron, A.B., Oldroyd, B.P., Ratnieks, F.L.W. (2001) Worker reproduction in honey-bees (Apis) and the anarchic syndrome. A review. PDF 96 Kb. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 50:199-208.
  5. Halling, L.A., Oldroyd, B.P., Wattanachaiyingcharoen W., Barron, A.B., Nanork, P., Wongsiri, S. (2001) Worker policing in Apis florea. PDF 42 Kb. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 49:509-513.
  6. Green, C.L., Frank, P.,Oldroyd, B.P. (2001) Characterization of microsatellite loci for Trigona carbonaria a stingless bee endemic to Australia. PDF 175 Kb. Molec. Ecol. Notes 1: 89-92.
  7. Franck, P., Garnery, L., Loiseau. A., Oldroyd, B.P., Hepburn, H.R., Solignac, M., Cornuet, J-M. (2001) Genetic diversity of the honey bee in Africa: microsatellite and mitochondrial data. PDF 406 Kb. Heredity. 86:420-430.
  8. Palmer, K.A., Oldroyd, B.P. (2001) Multiple mating in Apis florea revisited. PDF 56 Kb. Ins. Soc. 48: 40-43.
  9. Barron, A.B., Oldroyd, B.P. (2001) Social regulation of ovary development in 'anarchistic' honeybees (Apis mellifera). PDF 46 Kb. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 49: 214-219.
  10. Clarke, K.E., Oldroyd, B.P., Quezada-Euán, J.J.E., Rinderer, T.E. (2001) Origin of honeybees (Apis mellifera L.) from the Yucatan peninsula inferred from mt-DNA analysis. PDF 573 Kb. Molec Ecol. 10: 1347-1355.

2000 Editar

  1. Paar, J., Oldroyd, B.P., Kastberger, G. (2000) Giant honeybees return to their nest sites. PDF 73 Kb. Nature 206: 475.
  2. Palmer, K.A., Oldroyd, B.P. (2000) Evolution of multiple mating in the genus Apis. PDF 437 Kb. Apidologie 31: 235-248.
  3. Drumond, P.M., Oldroyd, B.P. Osborne, K.E. (2000) Worker reproduction in Austroplebeia australis Friese (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Meliponini). PDF 53 Kb. Ins. Soc. 47: 333-336.
  4. Deowanish, S., Wattanachaiyingcharoen, W., Wongsiri, S., Oldroyd, B.P., Leepitakrat, S., Rinderer, T.E., Sylvester, H.A. (2000). Biodiversity of dwarf honeybees in Thailand. In Wongsiri, S. (ed) 7th International conference on tropical bees: management and diversity. Chiang Mai.pp 97-103.
  5. Drumond, P.M., Zucchi, R., Oldroyd, B.P. (2000) Description of the food provisioning and ovipositioning process of seven species of Plebeia Schwarz (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Meliponini), with notes on their phylogeny and taxonomy. PDF 284 Kb. Ins. Soc. 47:99-112.
  6. Oldroyd, B.P., Osborne, K.E., Mardan, M. (2000) Colony relatedness in aggregations of Apis dorsata Fabricius (Hymenoptera, Apidae). PDF 91 Kb. Ins. Soc. 47: 94-95.
  7. Oldroyd, B.P., Ratnieks, F.L.W. (2000) Evolution of worker sterility in honey-bees (Apis mellifera): how anarchistic workers evade policing by laying eggs that have low removal rates. PDF 64 Kb. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 47: 268-273.
  8. Fraser, V.S., Kaufmann, B., Oldroyd, B.P., Crozier, R.H. (2000) Genetic influence on caste in the ant Camponotus consobrinus. PDF 77 Kb. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 47: 188-194.

1999 Editar

  1. Oldroyd, B.P., Halling, L., Rinderer, T.E. (1999) Development and behaviour of anarchistic honeybees. PDF 103 Kb. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B 266: 1875-1878.
  2. Osborne, K.E., Oldroyd, B.P. (1999) Possible causes of reproductive dominance during emergency queen rearing by honeybees. PDF 149 Kb. Anim. Behav. 58:267-272.
  3. Oldroyd, B.P., Osborne, K.E. (1999) The evolution of worker sterility in honeybees. The genetic basis for failure of worker policing. PDF 383 Kb. Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond. B 266: 1335-1339.
  4. Drumond, P.M., Oldroyd, B.P., Dollin, A.E., Dollin, L.J. (1999) Oviposition behaviour of two Australian stingless bees, Austroplebeia symei Rayment and Austroplebeia australis Friese (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Meliponini). PDF 620 Kb. Aust. J. Entomol. 38: 234-241.
  5. Hatty, S., Oldroyd, B.P. (1999) Evidence for temperature dependent selection for malate dehydrogenase allele frequencies in honeybee populations. PDF 736 Kb. J. Heredity. 90: 565-568.
  6. Oldroyd, B.P. (1999) Coevolution while you wait. Varroa jacobsoni, a new parasite of western honeybees. PDF 458 Kb. Trends Ecol. Evol. 14: 312-315.

1998 Editar

  1. Rinderer T.E., Stelzer J.A., Oldroyd B.P., Tingek, S. (1998) Levels of polyandry and intracolonial genetic relationships in Apis koschevnikovi. J. Apic. Res. 37: 281-287.
  2. Oldroyd, B.P. (1998) Controlling feral honeybee (Apis mellifera) (Hymenoptera: Apidae) populations in Australia: methodologies and costs. J. Aust. Ent. Soc. 37: 97-100.
  3. Montague, C.E., Oldroyd, B.P. (1998) The evolution of worker sterility in honeybees: an investigation into a behavioral mutant causing failure of worker policing. Evolution 52: 1408-1415.
  4. Oldroyd, B.P., Clifton, M.J., Parker, K., Wongsiri, S., Rinderer, T.E., Crozier, R.H. (1998) Evolution of mating behavior in the genus Apis and an estimate of mating frequency in Apis cerana (Hymenoptera: Apidae) Ann. Ent. Soc. Am. 91: 700-709.
  5. Chen, P.P., Wongsiri, S., Jamyanya, T., Rinderer, T.E., Vongsamanode, S., Matsuka, M., Sylvester, H.A., Oldroyd, B.P. (1998) Honeybees and other edible insects used as human food in Thailand. Americ. Ent. 44: 24-29.

1997 Editar

  1. Oldroyd, B.P., Clifton, M.J., Wongsiri, S., Rinderer, T.E., Crozier, R.H. (1997) Polyandry in the genus Apis, particularly Apis andreniformis. PDF 218 Kb. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 40: 17-26.
  2. Tilley, C.A., Oldroyd, B.P. (1997) Unequal representation of subfamilies among queen and worker brood of queenless honey bee (Apis mellifera) colonies. PDF 226 Kb. Anim. Behav. 54: 1483-1490.
  3. Rowe, D.J., Rinderer, T.E., Stelzer, J.A., Oldroyd, B.P., Crozier, R.H. (1997) Seven polymorphic microsatellite loci in honeybees (Apis mellifera). PDF 120 Kb. Ins. Soc. 44: 85-93.
  4. Oldroyd, B.P., Thexton, E.G, Lawler, S.H, Crozier, R.H. (1997) Population demography of the feral bees (Apis mellifera) of Wyperfeld National Park, Victoria, Australia. PDF 408 Kb. Oecologia 111: 381-387.
  5. Crozier, R.H., Oldroyd, B.P., Tay, W.T., Kaufmann, B.E., Johnson, R.N., Carew, M.E., Jennings, K.M. (1997) Molecular advances in understanding social insect population structure. Electrophoresis 18: 1672-1675.

1996 Editar

  1. Rinderer, T. E., Wongsiri, S., Kuang, B. Lui, J., Oldroyd, B. P., Sylvester, H. A., deGuzman, L. (1996) Comparative nest architecture of the dwarf honey bees. J. Apic. Res. 35:19-26.
  2. Clarke, G.M. and Oldroyd, B.P. (1996) The genetic basis of developmental stability in Apis mellifera. II. Relationships between character size, asymmetry and single-locus heterozygosity. Genetica. 97: 211-224.
  3. Wongsiri, S., Lekprayoon, C., Thapa, R., Thirakupt, K., Rinderer, T.E., Sylvester, H.A., Oldroyd, B.P., Booncham, U. (1996) Comparative biology of Apis andreniformis and Apis florea in Thailand. Bee World 77: 23-35.
  4. Oldroyd, B.P. (1996) Evaluation of Australian commercial honey bees for hygienic behaviour, a critical character for tolerance to chalkbrood. Aust. J. Exp. Agric. 73: 116-117.
  5. Oldroyd, B.P., Smolenski, A.J., Cornuet, J-M., Wongsiri, S., Estoup, A. Rinderer, T.E., Crozier, R.H. (1996) Levels of polyandry and intracolonial genetic relationships in Apis dorsata (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Ann. Ent. Soc. Am. 89: 276-283.
  6. Hornitzky, M.A.Z., Oldroyd, B.P., Somerville, D. (1996) Bacillus larvae carrier status of swarms and feral colonies of honeybees (Apis mellifera) in Australia. Aust. Vet. J. 73: 116-117.
  7. Rinderer, T.E., Oldroyd, B.P., Wongsiri, S., Sylvester, H.A., deGuzman, L.I., Stelzer, J.A., Riggio, R.M. (1995) A morphological comparison of the dwarf honey bees of southeastern Thailand and Palawan, Philippines. Apidologie 26: 387-394.

1995 Editar

  1. Cornuet, J-M., Oldroyd, B.P., Crozier, R.H. (1995) Unequal thermostability of allelic forms of malate dehydrogenase in honey bees. J. Apic. Res. 34: 45-47.
  2. Oldroyd, B.P., Smolenski, A.J., Cornuet, J-M, Wongsiri, S., Estoup, A., Rinderer, T.E., Crozier, R.H. (1995). Levels of polyandry and intracolonial genetic relationships in Apis florea. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 37: 329-335.
  3. Garnery, L. Mosshine, E.H., Oldroyd, B.P., Cornuet, J.-M. (1995) Mitochondrial DNA variation in Moroccan and Spanish honey bee populations. Molecular Ecology 4 465-471.
  4. Oldroyd, B.P., Smolenski, A., Estoup, A., Crozier, R.H. (1995) Colony aggregations in Apis. 672 Kb. Apidologie 26 : 119-130.
  5. Oldroyd, B.P., Cornuet, J-M., Rowe, D., Rinderer, T.E., Crozier, R.H. (1995) Racial admixture of honey bees (Apis mellifera) in Tasmania, Australia. Similarities and differences with natural hybrid zones in Europe. Heredity 74 : 315-325.

1994 Editar

  1. Rinderer, T.E., Oldroyd, B.P., Leprayoon, C., Wongsiri, S., Boonthai, C., Thapa, R. (1994) Extended survival of the parasitic honey bee mite Tropilaelaps clareae on adult workers of Apis mellifera and Apis dorsata. J. Apic. Res. 33 : 171-174.
  2. Oldroyd, B.P., Smolenski, A.J., Cornuet, J-M., Crozier, R.H. (1994) Anarchy in the beehive: a failure of worker policing in Apis mellifera. Nature 371 : 479.
  3. Oldroyd, B.P., Lawler, S.H., Crozier, R.H. (1994) Do feral honey bees (Apis mellifera) and regent parrots (Poltelis anthopeplus) compete for nest sites? Aust. J. Ecol. 19 : 444-450.
  4. Oldroyd, B.P., Rinderer, T.E., Schwenke, J., and Buco, S.M. (1994) Subfamily recognition and task specialization in the honey bee Apis mellifera. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 34 : 169-173.
  5. Oldroyd, B.P., Sylvester, H.A., Wongsiri, S., and Rinderer, T.E. (1994) Task specialisation in a wild bee Apis florea (Hymenoptera: Apidae) revealed by DNA fingerprinting. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 34 : 25-30.

1993 Editar

  1. Rinderer, T.E., Oldroyd, B.P., Wongsiri, S., Sylvester, H.A., Potichot, S., Sheppard, W.S. and Buckman, S. (1993) Time of drone flight of four honey bee species in south eastern Thailand. J. Apic. Res. 32 : 27-33.
  2. Rinderer, T.E., Oldroyd, B.P., Buco, S.M. (1993) Subspecific hybridisation between populations of Apis mellifera in the neotropics. In Conner, L.J. et al. (eds) Asian Apiculture Proc. 1st Int. Conf. Asian Honeybees and Bee Mites. Wicwas Press, Chesire, Connecticut. pp 137-147.
  3. Oldroyd, B.P., Rinderer, T.E. and Buco, S.M. (1993) Genetic variance in honey bees for preferred foraging distance. Anim. Behav. 45 : 323-332.
  4. Oldroyd, B.P., Sheppard, W.S. and Stelzer, J.A. (1993) Genetic characterisation of the bees of Kangaroo Island, South Australia. J. Apic. Res. 31: 141-148.
  5. Lawler, S., Oldroyd, B.P., Noelker, F., Crozier, R.H. (1995) Potential for hollow competition with feral honey bees. In G.C. Grigg, P.T. Hale and D. Lunney (eds) Conservation through Sustainable Use of Wildlife. Center for Conservation Biology, University of Queensland pp. 276-281.
  6. Rinderer, T.E., Oldroyd, B.P., Sheppard W.S. (1993) Africanized bees in the U.S. Sci. Am. 269 : 52-58.

1992 Editar

  1. Oldroyd, B.P., Rinderer, T. E. and Wongsiri, S. (1992) Pollen resource partitioning by Apis dorsata, A. cerana, A. andreniformis and A. florea in Thailand. J. Apic. Res. 31 : 3-7.
  2. Rinderer, T.E., Oldroyd, B.P., Sylvester, H.A., Wongsiri, S. and deGuzman, L. (1992) Evolution of bee dances. Nature 360 : 305.
  3. Oldroyd, B.P., Rinderer, T.E., Harbo, J.R., and Buco, S.M. (1992) Effects of genetic diversity on honey bee (Apis mellifera) (Hymenoptera: Apidae) colony performance. Ann. Ent. Soc. Am. 85 : 335-343.
  4. Clarke, G.M., Oldroyd, B.P. and Hunt, P.J. (1992) The genetic basis of developmental stability: heterozygosity versus genic balance. Evolution 46 : 753-762.
  5. Oldroyd, B.P., Rinderer, T.E. and Buco, S.M. (1992) Intra-colonial genetic specialism by honey bee (Apis mellifera) (Hymenoptera: Apidae) foragers. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 30 : 291-295.

1991 Editar

  1. Oldroyd, B.P., Rinderer, T.E., Buco, S.M. (1991) Intracolonial variance in honey bee foraging behaviour: the effects of sucrose concentration. J. Apic. Res. 30: 137-145.
  2. Rinderer, T.E., Stelzer, J.A., Oldroyd, B.P., Buco, S.M. and Rubink, W.L. (1991) Hybridization between European and Africanized honey bees in the neotropical Yucatan peninsula. Science 253: 309-311.
  3. Oldroyd, B.P., Rinderer, T.E. and Buco, S.M. (1991). Heritability of morphological characters used to distinguish European and Africanized bees. Theoret. Appl. Genet . 82: 499-504.
  4. Oldroyd, B.P., Rinderer, T.E. and Buco, S.M. (1991). Honey bees dance with their super sisters. Anim. Behav. 42: 121-129.

1990 Editar

  1. Goodman, R.D., Williams, P., Oldroyd, B.P. and Hoffman, J. (1990). Studies on the use of phosphine gas for the control of wax moth (Galleria mellonella) in stored honey bee comb. Am. Bee J. 130: 473-477.
  2. Oldroyd, B.P., Rinderer, T.E. and Buco, S.M. (1990). Nepotism in the honey bee. Nature 346: 706-708.
  3. Oldroyd, B.P. and Hunt, P. (1990). The effects of additional queens on honey bee colony performance. Apidologie 21: 527 -536.
  4. Oldroyd, B.P. and Goodman, R.D. (1990). On the relative importance of queens and workers to honey production. Apidologie 21: 153-159.

1989 Editar

  1. Oldroyd, B.P., Goodman, R.D., Hornitzky, M.A.Z. and Chandler, D. (1989). The effect on American foulbrood of standard oxytetracycline hydrochloride treatments for the control of European foulbrood of honeybees (Apis mellifera). Aust. J. Agric. Res. 40: 691-697.
  2. Goodman, R.D. and Oldroyd, B.P. (1988). Honey bee pollination of strawberries (Frageria x Ananassa Duchesne). Aust. J. Exp. Agric. 28: 435-438.
  3. Oldroyd, B.P. and Reinganum, C. (1988). The effectiveness of prophylactic sterilisation of beehive equipment by gamma irradiation. Aust. J. Exp. Agric. 28: 809-811.
  4. Oldroyd, B.P. and Goodman, R.D. (1988). Inbreeding and heterosis in queen bees in relation to brood area and honey production. Aust. J. Agric. Res. 39: 959-964.
  5. Oldroyd, B.P. (1988) Are queens or workers more important to honey production? In G.R. Needham, R.E. Page, M. Delfinado-Baker, C.E. Bowman (eds) Africanized Honey Bees and Bee Mites. Ellis Horwood, Berkshire.
  6. Oldroyd, B.P. and Moran, C. (1987). Additive and heterotic genetic effects in the haplo-diploid Apis mellifera. Aust. J. Biol. Sci. 40: 57-63.
  7. McLaren, D., Oldroyd, B.P. and Goodman, R. (1987). Comparative toxicity of microencapsulated and emulsified concentrate of methyl parathion to honey bees (Apis mellifera L.). Am. Bee J. 127: 718-720.
  8. Oldroyd, B.P., Moran, C. and Nicholas, F.W. (1987). Diallel crosses of honey bees. II. A note presenting the heritability of honey production under Australian conditions. Aust. J. Agric. Res . 38: 651-654.
  9. McLaren, D., Oldroyd, B.P. and Goodman, R. (1986). A novel method of determining microencapsulated pesticide pick-up by honey bees (Apis mellifera). Am. Bee J. 26:796-797.
  10. Oldroyd, B.P., Moran, C. and Nicholas, F.W. (1985). Diallel crosses of honeybees. I. A genetic analysis of honey production using a fixed effects model. J. Apic. Res .24: 243-249.
  11. Oldroyd, B.P. and Moran, C. (1983). Heritability of worker characters in the honey bee. Aust. J. Biol. Sci. 36: 323-332.

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