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Hive product science
 
         
The antimicrobial activity and microbiological safety of stingless bee honeys from Costa Rica   Gabriel Zamora, Kees Beukelman, Bert van den Berg, María L Arias, Eduardo Umaña, Ingrid Aguilar, Luis A Sánchez, Natalia Fallas, Linda Quarles van Ufford, Norma Gross

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Evaluation of catecholamines and amino acids from venom reservoir extract of Indian honey bee (Apis) species   Nallahalli S Surendra, Hemagirigowda Ravikumar, and Muniswamy R S Reddy


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Pathology and parasitology

         
Israeli acute paralysis virus not detected in Apis mellifera in New Zealand in a national survey

  Andrew M J McFadden, Kok-Mun Tham, Mark Stevenson, Mark Goodwin, Howard Pharo, Byron Taylor, Grant Munro, Katie Owen, Lora Peacock, Wlodek L Stanslawek, Matthew Stone

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A comparison of the activities of Greek and Turkish propolis against Paenibacillus larvae

  Aslı Özkırım, Ömür Gençay Çelemli, Aygün Schiesser, Leonidas Charistos, Fani Hatjina 53 5  528
Differentiation of Nosema apis and Nosema ceranae spores under Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM)

  Aneta A Ptaszyńska, Grzegorz Borsuk, Wiesław Mułenko, Jerzy Demetraki-Paleolog

 
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Nosema ceranae and queen age influence the reproduction and productivity of the honey bee colony   Predrag Simeunovic, Jevrosima Stevanovic, Dragan Cirkovic, Sonja Radojicic, Nada Lakic, Ljubodrag Stanisic, Zoran Stanimirovic
 
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Towards integrated control of varroa: Effect of variation in hygienic behaviour among honey bee colonies on mite population increase and symptoms of deformed wing virus incidence
  Hasan M Al Toufailia, Esmaeil Amiri, Luciano Scandian, Per Kryger, Francis L W Ratnieks


 
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The effect of one generation of controlled mating on the expression of hygienic behaviour in honey bees

  Gianluigi Bigio, Hasan Al Toufailia, William O H Hughes, Francis L W Ratnieks 53

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Detection of Aethina tumida Murray (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae) in Italy: outbreaks and early reaction measures

  Franco Mutinelli, Fabrizio Montarsi, Giovanni Federico, Anna Granato, Andrea Maroni Ponti, Gianluca Grandinetti, Nicola Ferrè, Stéphanie Franco, Véronique Duquesne, Marie-Pierre Rivière, Richard Thiéry, Pascal Hendrix, Magali Ribière-Chabert and Marie-Pierre Chauzat

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Physiology, biochemistry and chemical ecology

         
Apis mellifera haemocytes in-vitro: What type of cells are they? Functional analysis before and after pupal metamorphosis   Pedro Negri, Mathias Maggi, Nicolás Szawarski, Lorenzo Lamattina, Martin Eguaras

 
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Sociobiology and behaviour

         
Nesting ecology of Megachile (Chrysosarus) catamarcensis Schrottky (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae), a Prosopis-specialist bee   Juan Pablo Torretta, Silvana Patricia Durante Alicia Mabel Basilio

 
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Toxicology

         
Examination of mass honey bee death at the entrance to hives in a paddy rice production district in Japan: the influence of insecticides sprayed on nearby rice fields

  Kiyoshi Kimura, Mikio Yoshiyama, Kana Saito, Keijiro Nirasawa and Masumi Ishizaka

 
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The dose makes the poison: have “field realistic” rates of exposure of bees to neonicotinoid insecticides been overestimated in laboratory studies?   Norman L Carreck, Francis L W Ratnieks



 
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