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JAR 23 Issue 3 1984

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Original Research Articles

       
COMPARATIVE MORPHOMETRIC STUDIES ON THE INDIAN HONEYBEE OF THE NORTH-WEST HIMALAYAS. 3. HIND LEG, TERGITES AND STERNITES
V K MATTU AND L R VERMA

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ULTRASTRUCTURE OF SINGLE AND MULTIPLE DIPLOID HONEYBEE SPERMATOZOA J WOYKE

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DISCOVERY OF SUCCESSFUL ABSCONDING IN THE STINGLESS BEE TRIGONA (TETRAGONULA) LAEVICEPS T INOUE, S F SAKAGAMI, S SALMAH AND NISMAH NUKMAL

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SUN POSITION AS A POSSIBLE FACTOR IN THE DISORIENTATION OF HONEYBEES IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE S C JAY AND D WARR

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CORRELATIONS AND INTERACTIONS BETWEEN POPULATION, LENGTH OF WORKER LIFE AND HONEY PRODUCTION BY HONEYBEES IN A TEMPERATE REGION J WOYKE

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PRESERVATION OF HONEYBEE SPERMATOZOA IN LIQUID NITROGEN OSMAN KAFTANOGLU AND YING-SHIN PENG

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THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT DILUENTS ON INSEMINATION SUCCESS IN THE HONEYBEE USING MIXED SEMEN R F A MORITZ

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DETECTION AND QUANTIFICATION OF MELISSOCOCCUS PLUTON INFECTION IN HONEYBEE COLONIES BY MEANS OF ENZYME-LINKED IMMUNOSORBENT ASSAY D E PINNOCK AND N E FEATHERSTONE

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DISTRIBUTION OF THE BEE LOUSE BRAULA COECA NITZSCH IN HONEYBEE COLONIES AND ITS PREFERENCES AMONG WORKERS, QUEENS AND DRONES I BARTON SMITH, Jr. AND DEWEY M. CARON

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CONDITIONS OF pH AND OXIDATION-REDUCTION POTENTIAL IN LARVAE OF MEGACHILE ROTUNDATA (FABRICIUS) J D VANDENBERG AND W P STEPHEN

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