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Apidologie Volumen 35[]

Vol. 35 No. Suppl. 1 (2004)[]

  • Special Issue: European unifloral honeys
  1. Editorial
  2. Extra issue on European unifloral honeys. p. S1. Werner von der Ohe, guest editor. PDF file (39.0 KB).
  3. Determination of honey botanical origin: problems and issues. p. S2. Livia Persano Oddo and Stefan Bogdanov. PDF file (67.2 KB).
  4. Physico-chemical methods for the characterisation of unifloral honeys: a review. p. S4. Stefan Bogdanov, Kaspar Ruoff and Livia Persano Oddo. PDF file (164 KB).
  5. Harmonized methods of melissopalynology. p. S18. Werner Von Der Ohe, Livia Persano Oddo, Maria Lucia Piana, Monique Morlot and Peter Martin. PDF file (300 KB).
  6. Sensory analysis applied to honey: state of the art. p. S26. Maria Lucia Piana, Livia Persano Oddo, Antonio Bentabol, Etienne Bruneau, Stefan Bogdanov and Christine Guyot Declerck. PDF file (860 KB). Online Material 139 Kb.
  7. Main European unifloral honeys: descriptive sheets. p. S38. Livia Persano Oddo, Roberto Piro, with the collaboration of: Étienne Bruneau, Christine Guyot-Declerck (Belgium); Tzeko Ivanov(Bulgaria); Jirina Piskulová (Czech Republic); Christian Flamini, Joel Lheritier, Monique Morlot (France); Harald Russmann, Werner von der Ohe, Katharine Von der Ohe (Germany); Panagiota Gotsiou, Sophia Karabournioti, Panagiotis Kefalas, Maria Passaloglou-Katrali, Andreas Thrasyvoulou, Angeliki Tsigouri (Greece); Gian Luigi Marcazzan, Maria Lucia Piana, Maria Gioia Piazza, Anna Gloria Sabatini (Italy); Jacob Kerkvliet (Netherlands); Joana Godinho (Portugal); Antonio Bentabol, Alberto Ortiz Valbuena (Spain), Stefan Bogdanov and Kaspar Ruoff (Switzerland). PDF file (1.82 MB). Online Material PDF 42 Kb. Excel 488 Kb.
  8. Botanical species giving unifloral honey in Europe. p. S82. Livia Persano Oddo, Lucia Piana, Stefan Bogdanov, Antonio Bentabol, Panagiota Gotsiou, Jacob Kerkvliet, Peter Martin, Monique Morlot, Alberto Ortiz Valbuena, Kaspar Ruoff and Katharine von der Ohe. PDF file (137 KB).
  9. Bibliographical review of the main European unifloral honeys. p. S94. Maria Gioia Piazza and Livia Persano Oddo. PDF file (197 KB). Online Material.

Vol. 35 No. 1 (January-February 2004)[]

  1. On the origin and properties of scent marks deposited at the food source by a stingless bee, Melipona seminigra. p. 3. Michael Hrncir, Stefan Jarau, Ronaldo Zucchi and Friedrich G. Barth. PDF file (735 KB).
  2. Genotypic effects of honey bee (Apis mellifera) defensive behavior at the individual and colony levels: the relationship of guarding, pursuing and stinging. p. 15. Ernesto Guzmán-Novoa, Greg J. Hunt, José L. Uribe-Rubio and Daniel Prieto-Merlos. PDF file (126 KB)
  3. Visualisation by vital staining with trypan blue of wounds punctured by Varroa destructor mites in pupae of the honey bee (Apis mellifera). p. 25. Ghazwan Kanbar and Wolf Engels. PDF file (988 KB).
  4. Removal of small hive beetle (Aethina tumida) eggs and larvae by African honeybee colonies (Apis mellifera scutellata). p. 31. Peter Neumann and Stephan Härtel. PDF file (891 KB).
  5. A member of the short-chain dehydrogenase/reductase (SDR) superfamily is a target of the ecdysone response in honey bee (Apis mellifera) caste development. p. 37. Karina R. Guidugli, Christine Hepperle and Klaus Hartfelder. PDF file (158 KB).
  6. Nosema apis infection in worker and queen Apis mellifera. p. 49. Thomas C. Webster, Kirk W. Pomper, Greg Hunt, Etta M. Thacker and Snake C. Jones. PDF file (168 KB).
  7. Niche overlap and diet breadth in bumblebees; are rare species more specialized in their choice of flowers?. p. 55. Dave Goulson and Ben Darvill. PDF file (176 KB).
  8. A semiochemical from brood cells infested by Varroa destructor triggers hygienic behaviour in Apis mellifera. p. 65. Francesco Nazzi, Giorgio Della Vedova and Mauro D'Agaro. PDF file (91.7 KB).
  9. Multivariate morphometric analysis of honeybees (Apis mellifera) in the Ethiopian region. p. 71. B. Amssalu, A. Nuru, Sarah E. Radloff and H. Randall Hepburn. PDF file (713 KB).
  10. Measuring the cost of worker reproduction in honeybees: work tempo in an "anarchic" line. p. 83. Jonathan R. Dampney, Andrew B. Barron and Benjamin P. Oldroyd. PDF file (79.2 KB).
  11. A scientific note on the toxic pollen of Stryphnodendron polyphyllum (Fabaceae, Mimosoideae) which causes sacbrood-like symptoms. p. 89. Andrea Cristina Pimentel de Carvalho and Dejair Message. PDF file (209 KB).
  12. A scientific note on Varroa destructor resistance to coumaphos in the United States. p. 91. Jeff S. Pettis. PDF file (45.8 KB).

Vol. 35 No. 2 (March-April 2004)[]

  • Special Issue: Information flow and group decision making in social bees
  1. Editorial. PDF file (34 KB).
  2. Group decision making in nest-site selection by honey bees. p. 101. Thomas D. Seeley and P. Kirk Visscher. PDF file (446 KB).
  3. The vibration signal, modulatory communication and the organization of labor in honey bees, Apis mellifera. p. 117. Stanley S. Schneider and Lee A. Lewis. PDF file (135 KB).
  4. Sucrose responsiveness and behavioral plasticity in honey bees (Apis mellifera). p. 133. Ricarda Scheiner, Robert E. Page and Joachim Erber. PDF file (266 KB).
  5. Information flow and organization of stingless bee foraging. p. 143. Jacobus C. Biesmeijer and E. Judith Slaa. PDF file (132 KB).
  6. Recruitment communication in stingless bees (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Meliponini). p. 159. James C. Nieh. PDF file (205 KB).
  7. Information flow and regulation of foraging activity in bumble bees (Bombus spp.). p. 183. Anna Dornhaus and Lars Chittka. PDF file (168 KB).
  8. Collective control of the timing and type of comb construction by honey bees (Apis mellifera). p. 193. Stephen C. Pratt. PDF file (234 KB).
  9. Group decision making during queen production in colonies of highly eusocial bees. p. 207. David R. Tarpy and David C. Gilley. PDF file (126 KB).
  10. Cued in: honey bee pheromones as information flow and collective decision-making. p. 217. Tanya Pankiw. PDF file (145 KB).

Vol. 35 No. 3 (May-June 2004)[]

  1. The biology of the small hive beetle (Aethina tumida, Coleoptera: Nitidulidae): Gaps in our knowledge of an invasive species. p. 229. Peter Neumann and Patti J. Elzen. PDF file (343 KB).
  2. Inner nest homeostasis in a changing environment with special emphasis on honey bee brood nursing and pollen supply. p. 249. Thomas Schmickl and Karl Crailsheim. PDF file (163 KB).
  3. (Z)-8-Heptadecene reduces the reproduction of Varroa destructor in brood cells. p. 265. Norberto Milani, Giorgio Della Vedova and Francesco Nazzi. PDF file (536 KB).
  4. Emergency queen rearing in honeybee colonies with brood of known age. p. 275. Adam Tofilski and Krystyna Czekonska. PDF file (209 KB).
  5. Functional morphology in male euglossine bees and their ability to spray fragrances (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Euglossini). p. 283. Benjamin Bembé. PDF file (801 KB).
  6. Pollen consumption in honey bee larvae: a step forward in the risk assessment of transgenic plants. p. 293. Dirk Babendreier, Nicole Kalberer, Jörg Romeis, Peter Fluri and Franz Bigler. PDF file (371 KB).
  7. Laboratory studies on the photostability of fumagillin, the active ingredient of Fumidil B1. p. 301. Jan Kochansky and Medhat Nasr. PDF file (232 KB).
  8. Non-lethal sampling of honey bee, Apis mellifera, DNA using wing tips. p. 311. Nicolas Châline, Francis L.W. Ratnieks, Nigel E. Raine, Nichola S. Badcock and Terry Burke. PDF file (212 KB).
  9. Short-term changes in juvenile hormone titers in honey bee workers due to stress. p. 319. Huarong Lin, Candice Dusset and Zachary Y. Huang. PDF file (212 KB).
  10. A specialized pollen-harvesting device in western palaearctic bees of the genus Megachile (Hymenoptera, Apoidea, Megachilidae). p. 329. Andreas Müller and Nicolas Bansac. PDF file (904 KB)

TO BE PUBLISHED IN Vol. 35 Iss. 4:

  1. A scientific note on the nest and colony development of the Neotropical bumble bee Bombus (Robustobombus) melaleucus. Wolfgang R.E. Hoffmann, Alexandra Torres and Peter Neumann. PDF file (307 KB)

Vol. 35 No. 4 (July-August 2004)[]

  1. Natural products smoke and its effect on Acarapis woodi and honey bees. p. 341. Frank A. Eischen and Carlos H. Vergara. PDF file (129 KB).
  2. Patterns of parasitism by tracheal mites (Locustacarus buchneri) in natural bumble bee populations. p. 351. Michael Christopher Otterstatter and Troy Lorne Whidden. PDF file (179 KB).
  3. Old honey bee brood combs are more infested by the mite Varroa destructor than are new brood combs. p. 359. Giancarlo A. Piccirillo and David De Jong. PDF file (116 KB).
  4. Mitochondrial DNA restriction and genomic maps of seven species of Melipona (Apidae: Meliponini). p. 365. Ricardo Weinlich, Flávio de Oliveira Francisco and Maria Cristina Arias. PDF file (173 KB).
  5. Proteins in spermathecal gland secretion and spermathecal fluid and the properties of a 29 kDa protein in queens of Apis mellifera. p. 371. Michael Klenk, Gudrun Koeniger, Nikolaus Koeniger and Hugo Fasold. PDF file (522 KB).
  6. Queen honey bee introduction and early survival - effects of queen age at introduction. p. 383. John W. Rhodes, Douglas C. Somerville and Steven Harden. PDF file (152 KB).
  7. Confinement of small hive beetles (Aethina tumida) by Cape honeybees (Apis mellifera capensis). p. 389. James D. Ellis Jr., Randall Hepburn and Patti J. Elzen. PDF file (148 KB).
  8. Electronic nose and neural network use for the classification of honey. p. 397. Simona Benedetti, Saverio Mannino, Anna Gloria Sabatini and Gian Luigi Marcazzan. PDF file (181 KB).
  9. A semiochemical from larval food influences the entrance of Varroa destructor into brood cells. p. 403. Francesco Nazzi, Norberto Milani and Giorgio Della Vedova. PDF file (145 KB).
  10. Comparison of the antimicrobial activity of honey produced by Tetragonisca angustula (Meliponinae) and Apis mellifera from different phytogeographic regions of Costa Rica. p. 411. Jason H. DeMera and Esther R. Angert. PDF file (459 KB).
  11. The energy and nutritional demand of the parasitic life of the mite Varroa destructor. p. 419. Assegid Garedew, Erik Schmolz and Ingolf Lamprecht. PDF file (253 KB).
  12. Polymerase Chain Reaction detection of deformed wing virus (DWV) in Apis mellifera and Varroa destructor. p. 431. Diana Tentcheva, Laurent Gauthier, Sandrine Jouve, Laetitia Canabady-Rochelle, Benjamin Dainat, François Cousserans, Marc Edouard Colin, Brenda V. Ball and Max Bergoin. PDF file (360 KB).
  13. Transmission of Kashmir bee virus by the ectoparasitic mite Varroa destructor. p. 441. Yanping Chen, Jeffery S. Pettis, Jay D. Evans, Matthew Kramer and Mark F. Feldlaufer. PDF file (511 KB).
  14. A scientific note on the nest and colony development of the Neotropical bumble bee Bombus (Robustobombus) melaleucus. p. 449. Wolfgang R.E. Hoffmann, Alexandra Torres and Peter Neumann. PDF file (307 KB).

Vol. 35 No. 5 (September-October 2004)[]

  1. Cell death in honeybee (Apis mellifera) larvae treated with oxalic or formic acid. p. 453. Ales Gregorc, Azra Pogacnik and Ivor D. Bowen. PDF file (101 KB).
  2. Olfactory cues and Vespula wasp recognition by honey bee guards. p. 461. Matthew J. Wood and Francis L.W. Ratnieks. PDF file (181 KB).
  3. Effect of pre-wintering and wintering temperature regimes on weight loss, survival, and emergence time in the mason bee Osmia cornuta (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae). p. 469. Jordi Bosch and William P. Kemp. PDF file (242 KB).
  4. Why are African honey bees and not European bees invasive? Pollen diet diversity in community experiments. p. 481. Rogel Villanueva-G. and David W. Roubik. PDF file (405 KB).
  5. Temperature correlated dorso-ventral abdomen flipping of Apis laboriosa and Apis dorsata worker bees. p. 493. Jerzy Woyke, Jerzy Wilde and Maria Wilde. PDF file (216 KB). Online Material
  6. Instrumental insemination of Apis mellifera queens with hetero- and conspecific spermatozoa results in different sperm survival. p. 503. Mananya Phiancharoen, Siriwat Wongsiri, Nikolaus Koeniger and Gudrun Koeniger. PDF file (178 KB).
  7. Genetic characterization of a polymorphic dipeptidyl aminopeptidase of Apis mellifera. p. 513. Marco Antonio Del Lama, Daniele Boraschi, Ademilson Espencer Egea Soares and Ximena Andrea Duran. PDF file (160 KB).
  8. A scientific note on reversion of fluvalinate resistance to a degree of susceptibility in Varroa destructor. p. 519. Patti Elzen and David Westervelt. PDF file (138 KB).
  9. A scientific note on allozyme variability in Persian honey bees (Apis mellifera meda) from the Elburz mountains in Iran. p. 521. Irfan Kandemir, Ayca Ozkan and Mohammed G. Moradi. PDF file (129 KB).
  10. Association of Institutes for Bee Research. Report of the 51st seminar in Münster. 23-25 March 2004. p. 523. PDF file (332 KB).

Vol. 35 No. 6 (November-December 2004)[]

  1. First symptoms of queen loss in a honeybee colony (Apis mellifera). p. 565. Algirdas Skirkevicius. PDF file (618 KB).
  2. Foraging behavior and pollinating effectiveness of Osmia cornuta (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) and Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera: Apidae) on "Comice" pear. p. 575. Víctor H. Monzón, Jordi Bosch and Javier Retana. PDF file (254 KB).
  3. Caste ontogeny and the distribution of reproductive cells on the combs of Melipona beecheii (Apidae: Meliponini). p. 587. Humberto Moo-Valle, José Javier G. Quezada-Euán, Julio Canto-Martín and Jorge A. Gonzalez-Acereto. PDF file (358 KB).
  4. Expression profile of water-soluble proteinases during ontogenesis of Megachile rotundata: an electrophoretic investigation. p. 595. Antonio Felicioli, Elena Donadio, Ettore Balestreri, Giorgio Montagnoli, Romano Felicioli and Adriano Podestà. PDF file (596 KB).
  5. Effects of coumaphos on queen rearing in the honey bee, Apis mellifera. p. 605. Jeffery S. Pettis, Anita M. Collins, Reg. Wilbanks and Mark. F. Feldlaufer. PDF file (151 KB).
  6. Workers of the stingless bee Melipona scutellaris are more similar to males than to queens in their cuticular compounds. p. 611. Warwick E. Kerr, Harald Jungnickel and E. David Morgan. PDF file (343 KB).
  7. Interspecific differences in response to novel landmarks in bumblebees (Bombus sp.). p. 619. Dave Goulson, Ben Darvill, Jon Ellis, Mairi E. Knight and Mick E. Hanley. PDF file (208 KB).
  8. Molecular characterisation of indigenous Apis mellifera carnica in Slovenia. p. 623. Simona Susnik, Peter Kozmus, Janez Poklukar and Vladimir Meglic. PDF file (319 KB).
  9. Apis cerana from Myanmar (Burma): unusual distribution of mitochondrial lineages. p. 637. Deborah R. Smith, Natapot Warrit and H. Randall Hepburn. PDF file (947 KB).
  10. Identification of Varroa mites (Acari: Varroidae) infesting Apis cerana and Apis mellifera in China. p. 645. Ting Zhou, Denis L. Anderson, Zachary Y. Huang, Shuangxiu Huang, Jun Yao, Tan Ken and Qingwen Zhang. PDF file (268 KB).
  11. Development of hypopharyngeal glands in adult honey bees fed with a Bt toxin, a biotin-binding protein and a protease inhibitor. p. 655. Louise A. Malone, Jacqui H. Todd, Elisabeth P.J. Burgess and John T. Christeller. PDF file (289 KB).
  12. A scientific note on the association of Cychramus luteus (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae) with honeybee (Apis mellifera) colonies. p. 665. Peter Neumann and Wolfgang Ritter. PDF file (316 KB).
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