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JAR 32, Issue 1, 1993

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Original Research Articles

       

Extractable organic substances from New Zealand unifloral manuka (Leptospermum scoparium) honeys

Alistair L Wilkins, Yinrong Lu, Peter C Molan

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1

3

Effect of brood rearing on honey consumption and the survival of worker honey bees

John R Harbo

32

1

11

Behaviour of egglaying virgin and mated queen honey bees (Apis mellifera L.) and the composition of brood in their colonies

Gloria DeGrandi-Hoffman; Joseph H Martin

32

1

19

Time of drone flight in four honey bee species in south-eastern Thailand

Thomas E Rinderer; Benjamin P Oldrovd; Siriwat Wongsiri; Hallen Svlvester; Lilia I De Guzman; Sureerat Potichot; Walter S Sheppard; Stephen L Buchmann;

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27

Female parasitism of European honey bees by Africanized honey bee swarms in Mexico

Carlos Vergara; Alfred Dietz; Adalberto Perez De Leon;

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34

Buzz foraging mechanism of bumble bees

Marcus J King

32

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41

Notes and Comments        

J medium is superior to sheep blood agar and brain heart infusion agar for the isolation of Bacillus larvae from honey samples

M A Z Hornitzky; P J Nicholls

32

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51

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