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La presente lista de Bibliografía de Apis florea (Bibliography of Apis florea) publicada por H. Randall Hepburn (a) and Colleen Hepburn (b) en el Journal Apidologie 36 (2005) 377-378. Es puesta en la página www.culturaapicola.com.ar/wiki en virtud del interés de esta especie.

  • (a) Apiculture Group, Department of Zoology and Entomology, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa
  • (b) Department of Statistics, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa
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  1. Abrol D.P. (1986) Differential dilution of nectar by subtropical bees, Environ. Ecol. 4, 188-189. Keywords: honey, India.
  2. Abrol D.P. (1986) Ecophysiological adaptations between pollinating bees and their flowers, Environ. Ecol. 4, 161-162. Keywords: bee botany, India.
  3. Abrol D.P., Kapil R.P. (1991) Foraging strategies of honeybees and solitary bees as determined by nectar sugar components, Proc. Indian Natl. Sci. Acad., Biol. Sci. 57, 127-132. Keywords: foraging, honey, India.
  4. Abrol D.P. (1992) Bioenergetics in bellflower interrelationship and analysis of foraging behaviour, Korean J. Apic. 7, 39-66. Keywords: behaviour; physiology, foraging, India.
  5. Abrol D.P. (1992) Oxygen consumption of foraging bees, J. Anim. Morphol. Physiol. 39, 27-42. Keywords: foraging, India.
  6. Abrol D.P. (1994) Comparative ecology of European and Asian honeybee species in subtropical and temperate climates. 1. Beekeeping and honey resources in subtropical temperate transition climate of Jammu, Korean J. Apic. 9, 11-20. Keywords: bee botany, beekeeping, environmental effects, honey, # India.
  7. Abrol D.P., Abrol B.L. (1995) Important plant species for apiculture in Jammu region and their impact on beekeeping, J. Anim. Morphol. Physiol. 42, 57-64. Keywords: bee botany, beekeeping, India.
  8. Abrol D.P. (1996) Sunflower pollination: abundance and diversity of pollinating insects and their effect on seed yield, Indian Bee J. 58, 60-63. Keywords: classification, bee botany, India.
  9. Abrol D.P., Kakroo S.K. (1996) Studies on seasonal activity and control of wax moths (Galleria mellonella L. and Achroia grisella F.) attacking combs of four honeybee species, Mysore J. Agric. Sci. 30, 365-373. Keywords: combs, disease / pests, India.
  10. Abrol D.P., Kakroo S.K. (1997) Observations on concurrent parasitism by mites on four honeybee species in India, Trop. Agric. 74, 150-156. Keywords: disease / pests, India.
  11. Abrol D.P., Sihag R.C. (1997) Pollination energetics. Pollination biology, in: Basic and applied principles, Sihag R.C. (Ed.) Rajendra Scientific Publishers, Hisar, pp. 75-97. Keywords: physiology, bee botany, India.
  12. Abrol D.P. (1998) Food acquisition efficiency as a determinant of honey bee foraging decisions, Indian Bee J. 60, 133-136. Keywords: foraging, honey, India.
  13. Abrol D.P. (2001) Acacia modesta, Bee World 82, 90-91. Keywords: bee botany, India, Pakistan.
  14. Abrol D.P. (2001) Ecology and behaviour of three bee species pollinating loquat (Eriobotrya japonica Lindley), Proc. Indian Natl. Sci. Acad. B54, 161. Keywords: bee botany, behaviour, ecology, India.
  15. Adlakha R.L. (1976) Acarine disease of adult honey bees in India, Am. Bee J. 116, 324-344. Keywords: disease / pests, honey, India.
  16. Aggarwal K. (1988) Incidence of Tropilaelaps clareae on three Apis species in Hisar (India), in: Africanized honey bees and bee mites, Needham G.R., Page R.E., Delfinado-Baker M., Bowman C.E. (Eds.), Ellis Horwood, Chichester, pp. 396-403. Keywords: combs, honey, absconding / migration / swarming, disease / pests, India.
  17. Aggarwal K., Kapil R.P. (1988) Observations on the effect of queen cell construction on Euvarroa sinhai infestation in drone brood of Apis florea, in: Africanized honey bees and bee mites, Needham G.R., Page R.E., Delfinado-Baker M., Bowman C.E. (Eds.), Ellis Horwood, Chichester, pp. 404-458. Keywords: brood, general biology, classification, drones, honey, disease / pests, queens, combs, beekeeping, absconding / migration / swarming, India.
  18. Aggarwal K., Mathur R.B. (1990) Euvarroa sinhai and some aspects of its association with its host Apis florea, in: Proc. 11th Int. Congr., IUSSI, New Delhi, India, pp. 457-458. Keywords: disease / pests, India.
  19. Ahlawat D.S., Kasana V.K., Malik M.S., Mishra R.C. (1997) Effects of chemical additives in increasing degree of repellency and effective duration of carbonyl compounds against Apis florea F. under field conditions, Indian Bee J. 59, 226-229. Keywords: biochemistry / organic chemistry, India.
  20. Ahmad R., Waghchoure E.S. (1984) Studies of migration of honeybee colonies and its effect on honey yield, Pak. J. Zool. 16, 113-117. Keywords: honey, absconding / migration / swarming, Pakistan.
  21. Ahmadi A.A. (1988) Parasites of Apis florea in Iran, Bee World 69, 159-161. Keywords: disease / pests, classification, Iran.
  22. Aicholz R., Lorbeer E. (1999) Investigation of combwax of honeybees with high-temperature gas chromatography and high-temperature gas chromatography-chemical ionization mass spectrometry. I. High-temperature gas chromatography, J. Chromat. 855, 601-615 [CrossRef]. Keywords: combs.
  23. Aicholz R., Lorbeer E., Pechhacker H., Hüttinger E. (2000) The chemical compounds of beeswax from Apis species, in: Proc. 4th Asian Apic. Assoc. Int. Conf., Kathmandu, Nepal pp. 152-154. Keywords: combs.
  24. Akratanakul P. (1976) Honey bees in Thailand, Am. Bee J. 116, 120-121, 124, 126. Keywords: honey, Thailand.
  25. Akratanakul P., Burgett M.D. (1976) Euvarroa sinhai Delfinado and Baker (Acarina: Mesostigmata): a parasitic mite of Apis florea, J. Apic. Res. 15, 11-13. Keywords: disease / pests.
  26. Akratanakul P. (1977) The natural history of the dwarf honey bee, Apis florea F. in Thailand, Thesis, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, New York. Keywords: absconding / migration / swarming, defense, general biology, brood, combs, behaviour, classification, foraging, honey, disease / pests, bee botany, queens, environmental effects, workers, Thailand.
  27. Akratanakul P. (1983) On bees and beekeeping, P. Aktatanakul, Bangkok, (in Thai). Keywords: beekeeping, Thailand.
  28. Akratanakul P. (1987) Beekeeping in Asia, FAO Agricultural Services, Rome. Keywords: beekeeping, Thailand.
  29. Akratanakul P. (1987) Honeybee diseases and enemies in Asia: a practical guide, FAO Serv. Bull., 51 p. Keywords: disease / pests, Thailand.
  30. Akratanakul P. (2001) Apiculture development in Thailand, in: Proc. 7th Int. Conf. Trop. Bees, Chiang Mai, Thailand, pp. 395-398. Keywords: beekeeping, brood, Thailand.
  31. Al'ghamdi A., Al'mugharabi J. (2000) Apis florea in Saudi Arabia, in: Proc. 4th Asian Apic. Assoc. Int. Conf., Kathmandu, Nepal, pp. 44-45. Keywords: classification, Saudi Arabia.
  32. Alexander B.A. (1990) A phylogenetic analysis of honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Apis) in: Proc. 11th Int. Congr., IUSSI, New Delhi, India, pp. 120-121. Keywords: behaviour, honey, evolution.
  33. Alexander B.A. (1991) A cladistic analysis of the genus Apis, in: Diversity in the genus Apis, Smith D.R. (Ed.), Westview Press, Boulder, Colorado, pp. 1-28. Keywords: classification, evolution.
  34. Alexander B.A. (1991) Phylogenetic analysis of the genus Apis (Hymenoptera: Apidae), Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 84, 137-149. Keywords: evolution.
  35. Ali T., Ali S.I. (1989) Pollination biology of Calotropis procera subsp. hamiltonii (Asclepiadaceae), Phyton 29, 175-188. Keywords: bee botany, general biology.
  36. Alizadeh A., Mossadegh M.S. (1994) Stonebrood and some other fungi associated with Apis florea in Iran, J. Apic. Res. 33, 213-218. Keywords: disease / pests, classification, Iran.
  37. Allen M., Ball B.V. (1996) The incidence and world distribution of honey bee viruses, Bee World 77, 141-162. Keywords: disease / pests, classification, honey.
  38. Allen M.F. (1995) Bees and beekeeping in Nepal, Bee World 76, 185-194. Keywords: beekeeping, classification, Nepal.
  39. Aluri R.J.S. (1990) Some pollen and nectar resource plants of Apis florea and A. cerana indica, in: Proc. 11th Int. Congr., IUSSI, New Delhi, India, p. 429. Keywords: honey, bee botany, India.
  40. Aluri R.J.S., Subba Reddi C., Rama Das K. (1998) Temporal dioecism and pollination by wasps and bees in Allophylus serratus (Roxb.) Radlk. (Sapindaceae), Plant Species Biol. 13, 1-5 [CrossRef]. Keywords: bee botany, India.
  41. Amornsak W., Sonong A., Phoosuwan K. (2001) An inventory of antennal sensilla of the dwarf honey bee worker, Apis florea F. (Hymenoptera: Apidae), in: Proc. 7th Int. Conf. Trop. Bees, Chiang Mai, Thailand, pp. 143-150. Keywords: morphology, honey, Thailand.
  42. Anderson C. (2002) Self-organization in relation to several similar concepts: are the boundaries to self-organization indistinct? Biol. Bull. 202, 247-255 [PubMed]. Keywords: general biology.
  43. Anderson C., Theraulaz G., Deneubourg J.L. (2002) Self-assemblages in insect societies, Insectes Soc. 49, 99-110 [CrossRef]. Keywords: behaviour, defense.
  44. Apicultural Abstracts (1950-2004) Vol. 1-55, International Bee Research Association, Cardiff. Armbruster L. (1958) Combs of Indian bees, Arch. Bienk. 35, 23-31 (in German). Keywords: combs, India.
  45. Ashmead W.H. (1904) Remarks on honey bees, Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 6, 120-123. Keywords: classification, honey.
  46. Askendari H. (1970) The biology of the little honeybee (Micrapis florea F.) in Khuzestan, Iran, Thesis, Ahwaz Univ., Iran, (in Persian). Keywords: general biology, absconding / migration / swarming, Iran.
  47. Assareh M.H., Siapoosh A., Mozafari M. (1985) Improving pollination in alfalfa flowers by Apis florea, Ahwaz Univ., Iran. Keywords: bee botany, Iran.
  48. Atwal A.S. (1967) Acarine disease problem of honey bees in the Punjab, Technical Report, College of Agriculture, Punjab Agricultural Univ., Ludhiana, 39 p. Keywords: disease / pests, India.
  49. Atwal A.S. (1967) Studies on the acarine disease problems in Apis indica, in: Proc. 21st Int. Beekeep. Congr., Prelim. Sci. Mtg., Summary Paper 45, pp. 70-71. Keywords: beekeeping, disease / pests, ecology, behaviour, India.
  50. Atwal A.S., Sharma O.P. (1970) Acarine disease of adult honeybees: prevention and control, Indian Fmg. 20, 39-40. Keywords: disease / pests, India.
  51. Atwal A.S., Bains S.S., Singh B. (1970) Bee flora for four species of Apis at Ludhiana, Indian J. Entomol. 32, 330-334. Keywords: bee botany, India.
  52. Ayyar T.V. (1940) Handbook of economic entomology for south India, Superintendent Government Press, Madras. Keywords: beekeeping, India.

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  1. Bailey L. (1981) Honeybee pathology, Academic Press, London. Keywords: disease / pests.
  2. Baltazar C.R. (1966) Genus Apis Linnaeus, Pac. Insects Monogr. 8, 408-410. Keywords: classification.
  3. Baptitst B.A., Punchihewa R.W.K. (1983) A preliminary analysis of the principle factors which will affect apiary honey production in Sri Lanka, in: Proc. 11th Int. Congr., IUSSI, New Delhi, India, pp. 87-99. Keywords: beekeeping, environmental effects, honey, Sri Lanka.
  4. Batra S.W.T. (1967) Crop pollination and the flower relationships of the wild bees of Ludhiana, India, J. Kans. Entomol. Soc. 40, 164-177. Keywords: bee botany, India.
  5. Batra S.W.T. (1997) Fruit-pollinating bees of the Garhwal Himalaya, U.P., India, in: Proc. 7th Int. Symp. Poll., Lethbridge, Canada, pp. 325-328. Keywords: bee botany, India.
  6. Bährmann R. (1961) The structure of the copulatory organ of the four species of Apis, Leipz. Bienenztg. 75, 18-20 (in German). Keywords: morphology.
  7. Beeson C.F.C. (1941) The ecology and control of the forest insects of India and the neighbouring countries, The Government of India, Dehra Dun. Keywords: ecology, honey, absconding / migration / swarming, India.
  8. Benton A.W., Morse R.A. (1968) Venom toxicity and proteins of the genus Apis, J. Apic. Res. 7, 113-118. Keywords: biochemistry / organic chemistry.
  9. Benton F. (1881) Letters from Frank Benton, from the Isle of Ceylon, Glean. Bee Cult. 9, 168-169. Keywords: beekeeping, Sri Lanka.
  10. Berkeley A.G.M. (1978) Reports on honeybee project to Directorate of Agriculture and Durham Univ. (cited from Whitcombe, Thesis, 1984). Keywords: beekeeping, Oman.
  11. Betts A.D. (1949) Bee laboratory: research notes, Bee World 30, 67. Keywords: drones, queens. Bhamburkar B.L., Peshkar L.N. (1990) A simple hiving method for the little bee Apis florea, in: Proc. 11th Int. Congr., IUSSI, New Delhi, India, pp. 475-476. Keywords: beekeeping, India.
  12. Bhandari V.C. (1983) Biometrical studies on Apis florea F. and Apis dorsata F. of northwestern India, Thesis, Himachal Pradesh Univ., Simla. Keywords: classification, India.
  13. Bhaskar V. (1992) Pollination biology and fertilization in Santalum album L. (Santalaceae), Flora (Jena) 187, 73-78. Keywords: general biology, bee botany.
  14. Bhatia R. (1995) Relative abundance of insect visitors on flowers of major subtropical fruits in Himachal Pradesh and their effect on fruit set, Indian J. Agric. Sci. 65, 907-912. Keywords: bee botany, India.
  15. Bhatnagar S. (1975) Floral polymorphism in sympatric populations of Calotropis procera (Ait.) R. Br., Acta Bot. Indica 3, 43-46. Keywords: bee botany, general biology.
  16. Bingham C.T. (1897) The fauna of British India, including Ceylon & Burma, Hymenoptera Vol. I (wasps and bees), Taylor and Francis, London. Keywords: classification, India, Sri Lanka, Myanmar.
  17. Bisht D.S. (1975) Pollen gathering activity of honey bees and Halictus sp. in roses, Indian Bee J. 37, 1-3. Keywords: honey, bee botany, India.
  18. Bisht D.S., Naim M., Mehrotra K.N. (1980) Studies on the role of honeybees in rapeseed production, in: Proc. 2nd Int. Conf. Apic. Trop. Clim., New Delhi, India, pp. 491-496. Keywords: environmental effects, bee botany, India.
  19. Booncham U. (1995) Niche differences among four sympatric species of honey bees in dry-evergreen forest, Thesis, Univ. of Chulalongkorn, Bangkok, (in Thai). Keywords: honey, Thailand.
  20. Booncham U., Wongsiri S., Thirakhupt K. (1995) Niche differences between A. florea and A. andreniformis in dry-evergreen forest, Thailand, in: Proc. Int. Conf. Trop. Bees Environ., Pedu Lake, Kedah, Malaysia, p. 33. Keywords: ecology, Thailand.
  21. Boonithee A., Juntawong N., Pechhacker H., Hüttinger E. (1991) Floral visits to select crops by four Apis species and Trigona sp. in Thailand, in: Proc. 6th Int. Symp. Poll., Tilburg, Netherlands, pp. 74-80. Keywords: foraging, beekeeping, bee botany, Thailand.
  22. Boot W.J., Calis J.N.M. (1996) Reproductive strategies of mites parasitizing honeybee brood, in: Proc. 3rd Asian Apic. Assoc. Conf., Hanoi, Vietnam, pp. 164-167. Keywords: brood, disease / pests.
  23. Bradbear N.J. (1988) World distribution of major honeybee diseases and pests, Bee World 69, 15-39. Keywords: disease / pests, classification.
  24. Bradbear N.J. (2001) Beekeeping for people living in countries under stress: Afghanistan and Iraq, in: Proc. 7th Int. Conf. Trop. Bees, Chiang Mai, Thailand, pp. 421-425. Keywords: beekeeping, Afghanistan, Iraq.
  25. Brahmachary R.L., Saha L., Mondal A.K., Dasgupta P., Paul P. (1980) Apis florea and dammar bees (Trigonidae): as the pollinating agents of certain fruit trees in Bengal, in: Proc. State-level Sem. Beekeep., West Bengal, India, pp. 63-66. Keywords: beekeeping, bee botany, India.
  26. Brand-Garnys E.E., Sprenger J. (1988) Beeswax new aspects of a classic raw material for cosmetics, Seifen Öel., 114, 547-552 (in German). Keywords: combs.
  27. Breed M.D., Guzman-Novoa E., Hunt G.J. (2004) Defensive behavior of honey bees: organization, genetics and comparisons with other bees, Annu. Rev. Entomol. 49, 271-298 [CrossRef] [PubMed]. Keywords: defense, genetics, honey.
  28. Brockmann A., Brückner D. (2001) On the evolution of sex pheromone communication in the genus Apis, in: Proc. International Union for the Study of Social Insects, Berlin, Germany, p. 69. Keywords: behaviour, drones, evolution, pheromones.
  29. Brown B., Hamer I. (1983) An unusual recording of honeybees (Apis florea) in Abu Dhabi, Bull. Emir. Nat. Hist. (Abu Dhabi) 19, 28. Keywords: classification, Abu Dhabi.
  30. Burenin N., Lebedev V. (1981) Among beekeepers of Vietnam, Pchelovodstvo 9, 28-29 (in Russian). Keywords: beekeeping, foraging, Vietnam.
  31. Burgett M.D. (1973) The occurrence of glucose oxidase in the honeys of social Hymenoptera, Thesis, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, New York. Keywords: biochemistry / organic chemistry, honey.
  32. Burgett M.D. (1974) Glucose oxidase: a food protective mechanism in social Hymenoptera, Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 67, 545-546. Keywords: biochemistry / organic chemistry.
  33. Burgett M.D., Titayayan M. (1993) Brood thermoregulation by the giant honey bee (Apis dorsata F.), Nat. Hist. Bull. Siam Soc. 41, 93-98. Keywords: brood, honey, physiology.
  34. Butler C.G. (1954) The world of the honeybee, 2nd ed., Collins, London. Keywords: absconding / migration / swarming, combs, behaviour.
  35. Butler C.G. (1957) The Honeybee, Eugen Diederich, Dusseldorf, (in German). Keywords: general biology.
  36. Butler C.G. (1966) The effect of queen extracts from various social insects on queen rearing and ovary development of worker honey bees, Z. Bienenforsch. 8, 143-147 (in German). Keywords: brood, honey, reproduction, pheromones, queens, beekeeping.
  37. Butler C.G., Calam D.H., Callow R.K. (1967) Attraction of Apis mellifera drones by the odours of the queens of two other species of honeybees, Nature 213, 423-424 [PubMed]. Keywords: drones, pheromones, queens.
  38. Butler C.G. (1974) The world of the honeybee, Collins, London. Keywords: absconding / migration / swarming, general biology.
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  2. Camargo J.M.F. (1972) Preliminary notes on the reproductive system of Apis dorsata and A. florea queens, in: Homeuagem à Warwick E. Kerr, Faculdade de Filosofia, Ciências e Letras, Rio Claro, Brazil, pp. 47-56 (in Portuguese). Keywords: queens, reproduction.
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  5. Castets J. (1893) The honeybees of southern India, Rev. Quest. Sci. 34, 465-488 (in French). Keywords: general biology, India.
  6. Chahal B.S., Brar H.S., Gatoria G.S., Jhajj H.S. (1986) Aggressive behaviour of Apis florea towards Apis mellifera in hive robbing and in foraging, J. Apic. Res. 25, 134-138. Keywords: defense, behaviour, classification, foraging, ecology, India.
  7. Chakrabarti W.B., Chaudhari A.B. (1972) Honey production and behaviour pattern of the honey bee, Sci. & Cult. 38, 257-290. Keywords: behaviour, honey, India.
  8. Chand H., Singh R., Hameed S.F. (1994) Population dynamics of honeybees and insect pollinators on Indian mustard, Brassica juncea L., J. Entomol. Res. 18, 233-239. Keywords: bee botany, India.
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  10. Chandran K., Suryanarayana M.C. (1970) A note on entomophily in Dendrophthoe falcata and its usefulness to the Indian honeybee, J. Apic. Res. 9, 45-47. Keywords: bee botany, biochemistry / organic chemistry, India.
  11. Chandran K., Raian P., Joseph D., Suryanarayana M.C. (1983) Studies on the role of honeybees in the pollination of cardamom, in: Proc. 2nd Int. Conf. Apic. Trop. Clim., New Delhi, India, pp. 497-504. Keywords: environmental effects, bee botany, India.
  12. Chaudhary B., Choomsai M.L.A., Menon M.G.R. (1973) Insect pollination in some vegetable crops, Haryana J. Hortic. Sci. 2, 56-62. Keywords: bee botany, India.
  13. Chaudhary D.K., Singh B., Singh P.P. (2002) Foraging pattern of insect pollinators of litchi (Litchi chinensis), Rau J. Res. 12, 60-62. Keywords: foraging, India.
  14. Chaudhary D.K., Singh B., Singh P.P. (2002) Population dynamics of honeybees foraging on litchi flowers, J. Entomol. Res. 26, 71-75. Keywords: pollination, foraging, bee botany, general biology, India.
  15. Chaudhary O.P., Chawda S.S., Kumar R. (1994) Large scale honey production from Apis florea in the Kutch region of Gujarat, India, Bee World 75, 94-95. Keywords: classification, honey, India.
  16. Chen P.P., Wongsiri S., Jamyanya T., Rinderer T.E., Vongsamanode S., Matsuka M., Sylvester H.A., Oldroyd B.P. (1998) Honey bees and other edible insects used as human food in Thailand, Am. Entomol. 44, 25-29. Keywords: honey, Thailand.
  17. Chen Y. (1993) Apiculture in China, Agricultural Scitech Publishing House of China, Beijing. Keywords: bee botany, classification, China.
  18. Chinniah C., Mohanasundaram M. (1996) Three new species of mites associated with insects from Tamil Nadu, India, Entomon 21, 157-163. Keywords: disease / pests, India.
  19. Choudhury B., Choomsai M.L.A., Menon M.G.R. (1973) Insect pollination in some vegetable crops, Haryana J. Hortic. Sci. 2, 56-62. Keywords: bee botany, India.
  20. Corlett, R.T. (2004) Flower visitors and pollination in the Oriental (Indomalayan) region, Biol. Rev. 79, 497-532 [CrossRef]. Keywords: bee botany, ecology.
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  22. Connor L.J., Rinderer T.E., Sylvester H.A., Wongsiri S. (Eds.) (2001) Asian apiculture, Wicwas Press, Cheshire, Connecticut. Keywords: general biology, honey, disease / pests.
  23. Corlett, R.T. (2004) Flower visitors and pollination in the Oriental (Indomalayan) region. Biol. Rev. 79, 497-532. Keywords: pollination.
  24. Cornuet J.M., Garnery L. (1991) Mitochondrial DNA variability in honeybees and its phylogeographic implications, Apidologie 22, 627-642. Keywords: genetics, evolution.
  25. Cornuet J.M., Garnery L., Solignac M. (1991) Putative origin and function of the intergenic region between COI and COII of Apis mellifera L. mitochondrial DNA, Genetics 128, 393-403 [PubMed]. Keywords: genetics.
  26. Crane E. (1967) Bibliography on honeybees other than Apis mellifera, Bee World 48, 8-15. Keywords: bibliography.
  27. Crane E. (1968) Mites infecting honeybees in Asia, Bee World 49, 113-114. Keywords: disease / pests.
  28. Crane E. (1975) Honey: a comprehensive survey, Heinemann in corporation with International Bee Research Association, London. Keywords: bee botany, honey.
  29. Crane E. (1978) Bibliography of tropical apiculture. Part 13. The little honeybee, International Bee Research Association, London, 10 p. Keywords: bibliography.
  30. Crane E. (1987) Bibliography of tropical apiculture. Satellite bibliographies. S28. Beekeeping and bee research in India, International Bee Research Association, London. Keywords: bibliography, bee botany, beekeeping.
  31. Crane E. (1990) Bees and beekeeping: science, practice and world resources, Heinemann Newnes, Oxford. Keywords: beekeeping, general biology, honey, bee botany.
  32. Crane E. (1991) Apis species of tropical Asia as pollinators, and some rearing methods for them, in: Proc. 6th Int. Symp. Poll., Tilburg, Netherlands, pp. 29-48. Keywords: bee botany, beekeeping.
  33. Crane E. (1992) Beekeeping in mountain life support systems, in: Honeybees in mountain agriculture, Verma L.R. (Ed.), Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, pp. 17-27. Keywords: beekeeping.
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