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JAR 21 Issue 2 1982

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MANDIBULAR GLAND SECRETIONS OF THE OLD WORLD STINGLESS BEE, TRIGONA GRIBODOI MAGRETTI: ISOLATION, IDENTIFICATION, AND COMPOSITIONAL CHANGES WITH AGE M. G. KEEPING, R. M. CREWE AND B. I. FlELD 21 2 65
REGULATED NECTAR HARVESTING BY THE HONEYBEE THOMAS E. RINDERER 21 2 74
WEIGHTS OF WORKER HONEYBEES IN SWARMS GARD W. OTIS 21 2 88
ELECTROPHORETIC IDENTIFICATION OF AFRICANIZED HONEYBEES H. ALLEN SYLVESTER 21 2 93
NEST CAVITY SELECTION BY SWARMS OF EUROPEAN AND AFRICANIZED HONEYBEES THOMAS E. RINDERER, KENNETH W. TUCKER AND ANITA M. COLLINS 21 2 98
RELATIVE ATTRACTIVENESS OF DIFFERENT POLLENS TO HONEYBEES WHEN FORAGING IN A FLIGHT ROOM AND WHEN FED IN THE HIVE R. BACH 21 2 104
EARLY DEATH OF NEWLY EMERGED WORKER HONEYBEES IN LABORATORY TEST CAGES CHARLES P. MILNE, Jr. 21 2 107
LABORATORY MEASUREMENT OF BROOD DISEASE RESISTANCE IN THE HONEYBEE. 1. UNCAPPING AND REMOVAL OF FREEZE-KILLED BROOD BY NEWLY EMERGED WORKERS IN LABORATORY TEST CAGES CHARLES P. MILNE, Jr. 21 2 111
A POSSIBLE ROLE OF 10-HYDROXYDECENOIC ACID IN THE STEROL NUTRITION OF THE LARVAL HONEYBEE R. W. SHUEL AND S. E. DIXON 21 2 115
FATTY ACIDS IN THE HEADS OF WORKER HONEYBEES OF VARIOUS AGES R. BACH AND D. A. SHEARER 21 2 122
USE OF GAMMA RADIATION FROM COBALT 60 IN THE CONTROL OF STREPTOCOCCUS PLUTON IN HONEY MICHAEL A. Z. HORNITZKY 21 2 126
         
         

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