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JAR 47 Issue 4, 2008

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The effect of honey bee worker brood cell size on Varroa destructor infestation and reproduction

Michelle A. Taylor, R. Mark Goodwin,
Heather M. McBrydie and Harlan M. Cox.

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4

239

Direct introduction of mated and virgin queens using smoke: a method that gives almost 100% acceptance when hives have been queenless for 2 days or more

J Antonio Perez-Sato, Martin H. Kärcher,
William O H Hughes and Francis L W Ratnieks

47

4

243

An investigation into the wound healing potential of Welsh honeys.

Rose A Cooper, Emma-Jane Wheat and Neil F Burton.

47

4

251

Fungicidal potential of different Iranian honeys against some pathogenic Candida species

Ali Reza Khosravi, Hojjatollah Shokri, Farzad Katiraee, Tahereh Ziglari and Mohammad Forsi

47

4

256

The beneficial effects of feeding mahua (Bassia latifolia Roxb.) flower syrup to honey bee (Apis mellifera) colonies during periods of dearth

Ramesh P Singh and Sandeep K Upadhyay

47

4

261

Comparisons of pollen substitute diets for honey bees: consumption rates by colonies and effects on brood and adult populations

Gloria DeGrandi-Hoffman, Gordon Wardell, Fabiana Ahumada-Segura, Thomas Rinderer, Robert Danka
and Jeff Pettis

47

4

265

Effect of requeening on fall populations of honey bees in the northern Great Plains of North America

J. Lloyd Harris

47

4

271

Brains and brain components in African and European honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) - a volumetric comparison

Gloria DeGrandi-Hoffman, Tiffany Lucas, Wulfila Gronenberg, Delayne Caseman

47

4

281

X-ray computerised microtomography (MicroCT): a new technique for assessing external and internal morphology of bees

Mark Greco, Allan Jones, Robert Spooner-Hart
and Paul Holford

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47

4

286

LC50 baselinelevels of amitraz, coumaphos, fluvalinate and flumethrin in populations of Varroa destructor from Buenos Aires Province, Argentina.

Matías D. Maggi, Sergio R. Ruffinengo, Liesel B. Gende, Martín J. Eguaras  and Norma H. Sardella

47

4

292

The effects of human management on spatial distribution of two bumble bee species in a traditional agro-forestry Satoyama landscape

Atushi Ushimaru, Chikako Ishida, Shoko Sakai,
Mitsue Shibata, Hiroshi Tanaka, Kaoru Niiyama,
Tohru Nakashizuka

47

4

296

Interplasmid transposition of the piggyBac element in embryos of the honey bee, Apis mellifera

Jun-ichi Takahashi, Yuuki Kato, Masami Sasaki,
Mitsuo Matsuka, Isamu Shimizu

47

4

304

Genetic profile of Varroa destructor infesting Apis mellifera iberiensis colonies

Irene Muñoz, Encarna Garrido-Bailón,
Raquel Martín-Hernández, Aranzazu Meana,
Mariano Higes and Pilar De la Rúa

47

4

310

Beekeeping in the Falkland Islands (Las Ilas Malvinas)

Stephen Palmer

47

4

314

Are honey bees (Apis mellifera L.) native to the British Isles?

Norman Carreck

47

4

318

The antimicrobial action of propolis on human saliva.

Cinthia Coelho Simões, Danilo Barral de Araújo, Renato Delmondez de Castro and Roberto Paulo Coréia de Araújo

47

4

323

Antimicrobial activity of honey produced by stingless honey bees

Hiromi Kimoto-Niraand Kazuhiro Amano

47

4

325

Presence of Nosema ceranae in Africanized honey bee colonies in Costa Rica

Rafael A. Calderón, Luis A. Sanchez, Orlando Yañez
and Natalia Fallas

47

4

328

IBRA News and Reviewers 2008

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