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Volumen 50 Nº 1. 2006.[]

  1. Violeta Ceksteryte, Jurgis Racys - The quality of syrups used for bee feeding before winter and their suitability for bee wintering 5. PDF 191 Kb.
  2. Magdalena Kazimierczak-Baryczko, Bożena Szymaś - Improvement of the composition of pollen substitute for honey bee (Apis mellifera L.),through implementation of probiotic preparations 15. PDF 174 Kb.
  3. Bożena Denisow, Małgorzata Wrzesień - The study of blooming and pollen efficiency of Adonis vernalis L. in xerothermic plant communities 25. PDF 335 Kb.
  4. Anna Wróblewska - Phacelia campanularia A. Gray - a source of pollen flow for insect pollinators 33. PDF 120 Kb.
  5. Adebayo A. Omoloye, Paul A. Akinsola - Foraging sources and effects of selected plant characters and weather variables on the visitation intensity of honeybee, Apis mellifera adansonii (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in the Southwest Nigeria 39. PDF 457 Kb.
  6. Zbigniew Lipiński - The emotional nature of the worker honeybee (Apis mellifera L.) 51. PDF 243 Kb.
  7. Zbigniew Lipiński - The calming properties of the honeybee queen, youngbrood and older bees 65. PDF 162 Kb.
  8. Anna Wróblewska, Zofia Warakomska, Maria Koter - Pollen analysis of bee products from the North-Eastern Poland 73. PDF 654 Kb.

Volumen 50 Nº 2. 2006.[]

  1. Chanpen Chanchao, Prapaipit Srimawong, Siriwat Wongsiri. Expression of alpha-glucosidase gene in hypopharyngeal glands of eastern honeybee worker Apis cerana indica 5. PDF 1.425 Kb.
  2. Bożena Denisow. Blooming and pollen production of several representatives of the genus Centaurea L. 13. PDF 266 Kb.
  3. Tadeusz Pawlikowski, Waldemar Celary. Investigations on species resources of bees (Hymenoptera: Apiformes) in Poland during last century 21. PDF 6.498 Kb.
  4. Irina Shumakova, Alexander Komissar. Is the orientation of cells in the natural honey bee comb, chosen by bees, random? 33. PDF 1.378 Kb.
  5. Dharam Pal Abrol. Defensive behaviour of Apis cerana F. against predatory wasps 39. PDF 407 Kb.
  6. Adam Roman. Effect of pollen load size on the weight of pollen harvested from honeybee colonies (Apis mellifera L.) 47. PDF 178 Kb.
  7. Chanpen Chanchao, Kawiya Sintara, Siriwat Wongsir - Comparison of antibiotic and organoleptic properties of honey from various plant sources in Thailand 59. PDF 1.048 Kb.
  8. Teresa Szczęsna. Long-chain fatty acids composition of honeybee-collected pollen 65. PDF 5.035 Kb.
  9. Teresa Szczęsna. Protein content and amino acid composition of bee-collected pollen from selected botanical origins 81. PDF 604 Kb.
  10. Teresa Szczęsna. Protein content and amino acids compositon of bee-collected pollen originating from Poland, South Korea and China 91. PDF 753 Kb.
  11. Dariusz Teper. Food plants of Bombus terrestris L. as determined by pollen analysis of faeces 101. PDF 713 Kb.
  12. Edit Zajácz, Árpád Zaják, Enikő Mátray Szalai, Tamás Szalai. Nectar production of some sunflower hybrids 109. PDF 240 Kb.
  13. Tadeusz Wolski, Krzysztof Tambor, Helena Rybak-Chmielewska, Bogdan Kędzia - Identification of honey volatile components by solid phase microextraction (SPME) and gas chromatography/mass spectrometry (GC/MS) 115. PDF 4.221 Kb.
  14. Helena Rybak-Chmielewska, Teresa Szczęsna, Ewa Waś. Attempt to assay maltodextrins occurring in starch syrup and in winter stores made by bees from that syrup 127. PDF 4.221 Kb.
  15. Małgorzata Bieńkowska, Beata Panasiuk. Influence of the diameter of the inseminating needle tip on the results of bee queens' fertilization 137. PDF 1.073 Kb.
  16. Helena Rybak-Chmielewska, Teresa Szczęsna, Małgorzata Bieńkowska. Gas chromatograph (GC) study of sugar composition in honeys and winter stores processed by bees from sucrose syrups 147. PDF 143 Kb.

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