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JAR 36, Issue 2, 1997

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Original Research Articles

 

 

 

 

The use of isoenzyme markers to determine pollen flow and seed paternity mediated by Apis mellifera and Bombus spp. in Trifolium repens, a selfincompatible plant species

T P T Michaelson-Yeates; A H Marshall; I H Williams; N L Carreck; J R Simpkins

36

2

57

Seasonal variation in pollen and nectar sources of honey bees in Ireland Mary Frances Coffey; John Breen

36

2

63

Honey bees as indicators of radionuclide contamination: exploring colony variability and temporal contaminant accumulation

Timothy K Haarmann

36

2

77

Comparative colony development of Africanized and European honey bees (Apis mellifera) in lowland neotropical Yucatan, Mexico

Carlos Mechazarreta; Robert J Paxton

36

2

89

Notes & Comments

       

Responses Of Individual Honey Bees To Artificial Feeders Visited By Themselves And To Feeders Visited By Hivemates

Catherine S Williams; Guy M Poppy

36

2

105

Seasonal Variation Of Proboscis Extension Reflex Conditioning In The Honey Bee (Apis Mellifera) Stephen Ray; Benjamin Ferneyhough 36 2 108


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