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Kaftanoglu, O. & Y. Peng, 1980b. A washing technique for collection of honeybee semen. Journal of Apicultural Research 19(3): 205-211.

Kaftanoglu, O. & Y. Peng, 1982. Effects of insemination on the initiation of oviposition in the queen honeybee. Journal of Apicultural Research 21(1): 2-6.

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Kerr, W. 1992. Killer bees - The Africanized honey-bee in the americas - Winston, M. L. Tls-the Times Liteerary Supplement 92 SEP.11, 4667 10-Oct.

Kerr, W. E. 1946. Formation of the castes in the genus Melipona (Illiger, 1806). Anais da Escola Superior de Agricultura, Luiz de Queiroz, Univ. Sao Paulo 3: 299-312. [In Portuguese, English abstract, pp. 309-311.]

Kerr, W. E. 1948. Studies of the genera of Melipona. Anais da Escola Superior de Agricultura “Luiz de Queiroz”, Univ. Sao Paulo 5: 181-276. [In Portuguese; English summary, pp. 254-265.]

Kerr, W. E. 1950. Genetic determination of castes in the genus Melipona. Genetics 35:143-152.

Kerr, W. E. 1951. [Basis for the genetical studies of the populations of two Hymenoptera in general and two species of Apinae in particular. Anais da Escola Superior de Agricultura Luiz de Queiroz, Univ. Sao Paulo 8: 219-354. [ In Portuguese; English summary, pp. 336 - 342.]

Kerr, W. E. 1959. Bionomy of meliponids - IV- aspects of food gathering and processing in some stingless bees. Pp. 24-31. In: Symposium of food gathering behavior of Hymenoptera. Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y., U.S.A.

Kerr, W. E. 1960. Evolution of communication in bees and its role in speciation. Evolution 14: 386-387.

Kerr, [W.] E. 1964. Genetica des populcoes natural. Fitotechnica Latinoamericana 2: 73-90.

Kerr, [W.] E. 1967. Multiple alleles and genetic load in bees. J. apic. Res. 6: 61-64.

Kerr, W. E. 1969. Some aspects of the evolution of social bees. Evolutionary Biology 3: 119-175.

Kerr, W. E. 1972a. Number of chromosomes in some species of bees. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 45(1): 111-122.

Kerr, W. E. 1972b. Effect of low temperature on male meiosis in Melipona marginata. Journal of Apicultural Research 11(2): 95-99.

Kerr, W. E. 1973a. Sun compass orientation in the stingless bees Trigona (Trigona) spinipes (Fabricius, 1793) (Apidae). An. Acad. Bras. Cienc. 45(2): 301-308.

Kerr, [W.] E. 1973b. New approaches in the genetics and cytogenetics of bees. Pp. 182-192. In: Proceedings of the 7th International Congress, Int. Union for the Study of Soc. Insects. London.

Kerr, W. E. 1974. Advances in cytology and genetics of bees. Annual Review of Entomology 19: 253-268.

Kerr, W. E. 1974. Sex determination in bees. III. Caste determination and genetic control in Melipona. Insectes Sociaux 21(4): 357-367.

Kerr, W. E. 1975a. Evolution of the population structure in bees. Genetics 79(supplement): 73-84.

Kerr, W. E. 1975b. Population genetic studies in bees (Apidae, Hymenoptera). 1. Genetic load. An. Acad. Bras. Cienc. 47(2): 319-334.

Kerr, W. E. 1976a. Population genetic studies in bees. 2. Sex-limited genes. Evolution 30(1): 94-99.

Kerr, W. E. 1979. Role of social bees in the Amazon region. Apicultura em Clima Quente 1978: 119-129.

Kerr, W. E. 1981. Bee genetics in Brasil. Newsletter from U.C. Apiaries, 3-8.p.

Kerr, W. E. 1987a. Sex determination in bees. XVII. Systems of caste determination in the Apinae, Meliponinae and Bombinae and their phylogenetical implications. Revista Brasiliera de Genetica 10: 685-694.

Kerr, W. E. 1987b. Sex determination in bees. XXI. Number of xo-heteroalleles in a natural population of Melipona compressipes fasciculata (Apidae). Insectes Sociaux 34(4): 274-279.

Kerr, W. E. 1994. Communication among Melipona workers (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Journal of Insect Behavior 7(1): 123-128.

Kerr, W. E. 1998. As abelhas e o meio ambiente. XII Congreso brasileiro de Apicultura, Salvador, Bahia, Brasil: 27-30.

Kerr, W. E., Y. Akahira & C. A. Camargo, 1975. Sex determination in bees. IV. Genetic control of juvenile hormone production in Melipona quadrifasciata (Apidae). Genetics 81(4): 749-756.

Kerr, W. E. & M. G. de Almeida, 1981. Genetic studies of bee populations (Apidae, Hymenoptera). 3. Genetic load of Melipona scutellaris Latreille, 1811. Revista Brasileira de Biologia 41(1): 137-139.

Kerr, E. & M. Barbiery, 1970. Reproduction in African and Italian bees and their hybrids. Pp. 130-135. In: Congresso Brasiliero de Apicultura.

Kerr, W. E., M. Blum & H. M. Fales, 1981. Communication of food source between workers of Trigona (Trigona) spinipes. Revista Brasileira de Biologia 41(3): 619-623.

Kerr, W. E., M. S. Blum, J. F. Pisani & A. C. Stort, 1974. Correlation between amounts of 2-heptanone and iso-amyl acetate in honeybees and their aggressive behaviour. Journal of Apicultural Research 13(3): 173-176.

Kerr, W. E. & D. Bueno, 1970. Natural crossing between Apis mellifera adansonii and Apis mellifera ligustica. Evolution 24(1): 145-148.

Kerr, W. E. & R. A. da Cunha, 1976. Taxonomic position of two fossil social bees (Apidae). Rev. Biol. Trop. 24: 35-43.

Kerr, W. E., R. Cuhna & J. F. Pisani, 1978. Genetics of bee sex determination. XII. Application of numerical methods for grouping sexes and castes of Melipona quadrifasciata anthidioides Lep. (Apidae). Revista Brasileira de Biologia 38(2): 391-394.

Kerr, W. E., S. D. L. Del Rio & M. D. Barrionuevo, 1982a. Geographic distribution of the africanized honeybee in their south limit. Ciencia e Cultura - Sociedade Brasileira para o Progresso da Ciencia 34(11): 1439-1442.

Kerr, W. E., S. de L. Del Rio & M. D. Barrionuevo, 1982b. The southern limits of the distribution of the Africanized honeybee in South America. American Bee Journal 122(3): 196, 198.

Kerr, W. E. & H. Esch, 1965. Comunicação entre as abelhas socialis brasileiras e sua contribuição para o entendimento da sua evolução. Ciencias e Cultura 17: 529-538.

Kerr, W. E. & W. Krause, 1950. Contribution for the knowledge of the bionomia of meliponini. I. Fecundação of the queen of Melipona quadrifasciata Lepeletiere (Hymenoptera, Apoidea). Dusenia 1:275-282.

Kerr, W. [E.] & H. Laidlaw, 1956. General genetics of bees. Advances in Genetics 8: 109-153.

Kerr, E. & H. Laidlaw, 1958. General genetics of bees. Advances in Genetics 8: 109-153.

Kerr, W. E. & E. de Lello, 1962. Sting glands in stingless bees – a vestigial character. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 70: 190-214.

Kerr, E. & R. Liviera, 1975. Honey bee behaviour. Behaviour Genetics 5: 331-335.

Kerr, W. E. & V. Maule, 1964. Geographic distribution of stingless bees and its implications. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 72: 2-17.

Kerr, E. & N. Morton, 1975. Population genetic studies in bees. 1. Genetic load. Anais de Academia Brasiliera de Cinecias 47: 319-334.

Kerr, E. & R. Nilsen, 1967. Sex determination in bees. Journal of Apicultural Research 6: 3-9.

Kerr, W. E., G. A. Oak & V. Nascimento, 1996. (Organizadores) Uruçu Bee - Biology, handling and conservation, Collection, Handling of the wild life nº 2 - Foundation Acungaú, Belo Horizonte, MG, 144pp.

Kerr, W. E., J. F. Pisani & D. Aily. 1967. Aplicação de principios modernos a sistematica do genero Melipona Illiger, com a divisão em dois subgeneros. Papéis Avulsos de Zoologia, São Paulo 20: 135-145.

Kerr, W. E., S. F. Sakagami, R. Zucchi, V.de Portugal Araújo & J. M. F. de Camargo, 1967. Observações sôbre a arquitetura dos ninhos e comportamento de algumas espécies de abelhas sem ferrão das vizinhanças de Manaus, Amazonas. Atlas do Simposio sôbre a Biota Amazônica (Zoologia) 5: 255-309.

Kerr, W. E. & Z. V. da Silveira, 1972 [1971 ?]. Karyotypic evolution of bees and corresponding taxonomic implications. Evolution 26(2): 197-202.

Kerr, W. E. & Z. V. da Silveira, 1974. A note on the formation of honeybee spermatozoa. Journal of Apicultural Research 13(2): 121-126.

Kerr, W. E., R. Zucchi, J. T. Nakadaira & J. E. Butolo, 1962. Reproduction in the social bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Journal of the New York Entomological Society LXX: 265-276