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Vol. 38 No. 1 (January-February 2007)[]

  • Protein profiles of testes, seminal vesicles and accessory glands of honey bee pupae and their relation to the ecdysteroid titer. Sibele de Oliveira Tozetto, Márcia Maria Gentile Bitondi, Rodrigo Pires Dallacqua and Zilá Luz Paulino Simões. PDF 527.6 Kb. pp: 1-11.
  • Influence of scent deposits on flower choice: experiments in an artificial flower array with bumblebees. Sebastian Witjes and Thomas Eltz. PDF 215.1 Kb. pp: 12-18.
  • Honey bees of the Arnot Forest: a population of feral colonies persisting with Varroa destructor in the northeastern United States. Thomas D. Seeley. PDF 2.043 Mb. pp: 19-29.
  • A Nosema ceranae isolate from the honeybee Apis mellifera. Wei-Fone Huang, Jing-Hao Jiang, Yue-Wen Chen and Chung-Hsiung Wang. PDF 398.9 Kb. pp: 30-37.
  • Cephalic and Dufour gland secretions of Scaptotrigona mexicana queens: Chemical composition and biological activity. Julieta Grajales-Conesa, Julio C. Rojas, Miguel Guzmán-Díaz, Manuel Rincón-Rabanales and Leopoldo Cruz-López. PDF 234.7 Kb. pp: 38-46.
  • 16S mtDNA variation in Apis mellifera detected by PCR-RFLP. Thaís Collet, Maria Cristina Arias and Marco Antonio Del Lama. PDF 228.5 Kb. pp: 47-54.
  • Egg laying and oophagy by reproductive workers in the polygynous stingless bee Melipona bicolor (Hymenoptera, Meliponini). Dirk Koedam, Olga I. Cepeda Aponte and Vera L. Imperatriz-Fonseca. PDF 209.5 Kb. pp: 55-66.
  • Field trial of honey bee colonies bred for mechanisms of resistance against Varroa destructor. Abdullah Ibrahim, Gary S. Reuter and Marla Spivak. PDF 827.6 Kb. pp: 67-76.
  • Genetic evaluation in the honey bee considering queen and worker effects - A BLUP-Animal Model approach. Kaspar Bienefeld, Klaus Ehrhardt and Friedrich Reinhardt. PDF 141.3 Kb. pp: 77-85.
  • Foraging behaviour of a blue banded bee, Amegilla chlorocyanea in greenhouses: implications for use as tomato pollinators. Katja Hogendoorn, Steven Coventry and Michael Anthony Keller. PDF 163.7 Kb. pp: 86-92.
  • Electrospray ionization mass spectrometry fingerprinting of propolis of native Brazilian stingless bees. Alexandra Christine Helena Frankland Sawaya, Ildenize Barbosa da Silva Cunha, Maria Cristina Marcucci, Davi Said Aidar, Etelvina Conceição Almeida Silva, Carlos Alfredo Lopes Carvalho and Marcos Nogueira Eberlin. PDF 231.1 Kb. pp: 93-103.
  • Setosa membrane structure and occurrence of eicosenol in honeybees (Apis sp.). Stephen J. Martin, Junichi Takahashi and Falko P. Drijfhout. PDF 391.6 Kb. pp: 104-109.
  • Botanical sources and sugar concentration of the nectar collected by two stingless bee species in a tropical African rain forest. Robert Kajobe. PDF 707.6 Kb. pp: 110-121.
  • A scientific note on honey bee foraging activity and airborne pollen flow. Bernardo Sabugosa-Madeira, Ilda Abreu, Helena Ribeiro, Alexandra Gomes and Mário Cunha. PDF 121.1 Kb. pp: 122-123.
  • Increased density of honeybee colonies affects foraging bumblebees. Kerstin Walther-Hellwig, Gerriet Fokul, Robert Frankl, Ralph Büchler, Klemens Ekschmitt and Volkmar Wolters. PDF 19.82 Kb. pp: 124. Erratum.

Vol. 38 No. 2 (March-April 2007)[]

  • Foraging loads of stingless bees and utilisation of stored nectar for pollen harvesting. Sara D. Leonhardt, Kai Dworschak, Thomas Eltz and Nico Blüthgen. PDF file (508.3 KB). p. 125
  • Spatial distribution of Melissococcus plutonius in adult honey bees collected from apiaries and colonies with and without symptoms of European foulbrood. Luc Belloy, Anton Imdorf, Ingemar Fries, Eva Forsgren, Hélène Berthoud, Rolf Kuhn and Jean-Daniel Charrière. PDF file (96.99 KB). p. 136.
  • Gene flow within the M evolutionary lineage of Apis mellifera: role of the Pyrenees, isolation by distance and post-glacial re-colonization routes in the western Europe. Irati Miguel, Mikel Iriondo, Lionel Garnery, Walter S. Sheppard and Andone Estonba. PDF file (879.2 KB). p. 141
  • Africanized and European honey bee worker ovarian follicle development response to racial brood pheromone extracts. Tanya Pankiw and Celina Garza. PDF file (167.8 KB). p. 156.
  • Volatiles of foraging honeybees Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera: Apidae) and their potential role as semiochemicals. Thomas Schmitt, Gudrun Herzner, Bernhard Weckerle, Peter Schreier and Erhard Strohm. PDF file (99.03 KB). p. 164.
  • Effect of the queen on worker reproduction and new queen production in the bumble bee Bombus terrestris. Carlos Lopez-Vaamonde, Ruth M. Brown, Eric R. Lucas, Jeffrey J.M. Pereboom, William C. Jordan and Andrew F.G. Bourke. PDF file (443.5 KB). p. 171
  • First detection of Kashmir bee virus in the UK using real-time PCR. Lisa Ward, Ruth Waite, Neil Boonham, Tom Fisher, Kelly Pescod, Helen Thompson, Panuwan Chantawannakul and Michael Brown. PDF file (355.4 KB). p. 181
  • Apis mellifera mellifera in eastern Europe - morphometric variation and determination of its range limits. Marina D. Meixner, Miroslaw Worobik, Jerzy Wilde, Stefan Fuchs and Nikolaus Koeniger. PDF file (1013 KB). p. 191
  • Pollination of invasive Rhododendron ponticum (Ericaceae) in Ireland. Jane Catherine Stout. PDF file (121.7 KB).
  • Genetic characterization of Italian honeybees, Apis mellifera ligustica, based on microsatellite DNA polymorphisms. Raffaele Dall'Olio, Alberto Marino, Marco Lodesani and Robin F.A Moritz. PDF file (879.3 KB). p. 207

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