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JAR 38, Issue 3-4, 1999

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Increased food supply to all larvae after dequeening honey bee colonies

J Woyke

38 3-4 117

Africanized honey bee response to differences in reward frequency

Ibrahim Cakmak; Peyton Cook; Jeremy Hollis; Naseem Shah; Deborah Huntley; David Van Valkenburg; Harrington Wells




Mass spectral identification of the tergal gland secretions of female castes of two African honey bee races (Apis mellifera)

Theresa C Wossler; Robin M Crewe




Comparative study of tylosin, erythromycin and oxytetracycline to control American foulbrood of honey bees

Adriana M Alippi; Graciela N Albo; Daniel Leniz; Inés Rivera; Marta L Zanelli; Amelia E Roca




Sealing up and non-removal of diseased and Varroa jacobsoni infested drone brood cells is part of the hygienic behaviour in Apis cerana Otto Boecking 38 3-4 159

Ventilation of greenhouses increases honey bee foraging activity on melon, Cucumis melo

A Dag; D Eisikowitch

38 3-4 169

A bee flight room designed for studies of bee foraging behaviour

G M Poppy; I H Williams

38 3-4 177

Field and laboratory tests of the effects of fipronil on adult female bees of Apis mellifera, Megachile rotundata and Nomia melanderi

D F Mayer; J D Lunden


3-4 191
Anthophora plumipes (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae) as a pollinator of broad bean (Vicia faba major) D A Bond; E J M Kirby 38 3-4 199

A comparison of two assays to test the defensive behaviour of honey bees (Apis mellifera)

Ernesto Guzmán-Novoa; Robert E Page Jr; Hayward G Spangler; Eric H Erickson Jr 38 3-4 205
Mitochondrial DNA diversity and population structure of the honey bee, Apis cerana, in Thailand D Sihanuntavong; S Sittipraneed; S Klinbunga 38 3-4 211


Various 38 3-4 220
Paravestibular hairs of British Buckfast honey bees do not regulate genetic resistance to Acarapis woodi

Robert G Danka; José D Villa

38 3-4 221