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Journal of Apicultural Research Vol. 53 (3) pp. 377-384 DOI 10.3896/IBRA.1.53.3.05 Date July 2014 Article Title Ultrastructural changes in the hypopharyngeal gland of Apis mellifera workers with age Author(s) Waleed Khaled Muhammad Elaidy Abstract The hypopharyngeal gland (HPG) of the honey bee worker is concerned with biosynthesis and secretion of royal jelly…
Journal of Apicultural Research Vol. 53 (3) pp. 374-376 DOI 10.3896/IBRA.1.53.3.04 Date July 2014 Article Title Microsporidian parasites of honey bees Nosema ceranae and N. apis in Lithuania: supplementary data on occurrence along Europe Author(s) Laima Blažytė-Čereškienė, Vesta Skrodenytė-Arbačiauskienė and Vincas Būda Abstract Nosemosis disease of the honey bee, Apis mellifera L., is spreading worldwide and…
Journal of Apicultural Research Vol. 53 (3) pp. 364-373 DOI 10.3896/IBRA.1.53.3.03 Date July 2014 Article Title Evidence for correlation between invertase activity and sucrose content during the ripening process of honey Author(s) Birgit Lichtenberg-Kraag Abstract Analysis of the honey enzymes diastase and invertase is one important parameter in honey quality…
Journal of Apicultural Research Vol. 53 (3) pp. 337-363 DOI 10.3896/IBRA.1.53.3.02 Date July 2014 Article Title A review of methods used in some European countries for assessing the quality of honey bee queens through their physical characters and the performance of their colonies Author(s) Fani Hatjina, Malgorzata Bieńkowska, Leonidas Charistos,…
Journal of Apicultural Research Vol. 53 (3) pp. 327-336 DOI 10.3896/IBRA.1.53.3.01 Date July 2014 Article Title On the natural cell size of European honey bees: a "fatal error" or distortion of historical data? Author(s) Francis Saucy Abstract As a possible way to help control varroa mites, some beekeepers advocate the…
Journal of Apicultural  Research 50 (3) pp. 227 - 234 Fecha de publicación Julio 2011     Titulo Atracción a señales procedentes del nido antiguo durante la selección del nido por parte de la abeja solitaria Megachile rotundata (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) Autores Cory A Stanley and Theresa L Pitts-Singer Resumen La…
Journal of Apicultural  Research 49 (1) pp. 72 - 79 Fecha de publicación Enero 2010     Titulo Prevalencia y persistencia del virus de alas deformadas (DWV) en colonias tratadas con acaricidas y no tratadas de abejas (Apis mellifera) infestadas con Varroa destructor Autores Stephen J Martin, Brenda V Ball, Norman…
Journal of Apicultural Research Vol. 20 (3) pp. 198 DOI           ___ Date September 1981 Article Title ERRATUM - A chronology of pollen collection by honeybees Author(s) D. W. Severson and J. E. Parry Abstract ERRATUM  -A chronology of pollen collection by honeybees. The Introduction was omitted in error from…
Journal of Apicultural Research Vol. 20 (3) pp. 189-197 DOI           ___ Date September 1981 Article Title THE ICELANDIC BUMBLE BEE FAUNA (BOMBUS LATR., APIDAE) AND ITS DISTRIBUTIONAL ECOLOGY Author(s) OLIVER E. PRYS-JONES, ERLING OLAFSSON AND KRISTJAN KRISTJANSSON Abstract Contrary to traditional thinking, Bombus jonel/us (Kirby) is not the only…
Journal of Apicultural Research Vol. 20 (3) pp. 184-188 DOI           ___ Date September 1981 Article Title AN ASEPTIC TECHNIQUE FOR REARING LARVAE OF THE LEAFCUTTING BEE MEGACHILE ROTUNDATA (HYMENOPTERA, MEGACHILlDAE) Author(s) BECKY L. FICHTER, W. P. STEPHEN AND JOHN D. VANDENBERG Abstract Development of an aseptic rearing technique for…
Journal of Apicultural Research Vol. 20 (3) pp. 172-179 DOI           ___ Date September 1981 Article Title HONEYBEE RESPONSES TO REWARD SIZE AND COLOUR IN AN ARTIFICIAL FLOWER PATCH Author(s) HARRlNGTON WELLS , PATRICK H. WELLS AND DALE M. SMITH Abstract We describe an artificial flower patch suitable for quantitative…
Journal of Apicultural Research Vol. 20 (3) pp. 165-171 DOI           ___ Date September 1981 Article Title REARING OF HONEYBEE LARVAE IN VITRO: EFFECT OF YEAST EXTRACT ON QUEEN DIFFERENTIATION Author(s) HEINZ REMBOLD AND BERND LACKNER Abstract First instar honeybee larvae (60 per test) were reared ill vitro under controlled…