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Milani, N. 2001. Activity of oxalic and citric acids on the mite Varroa destructor in laboratory assays. Apidologie 32(2): 127-138.

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Milde, J. J. 1984. Ocellar interneurons in the honeybee. Structure and signals of L-neurons. J. Comp. Physiol. A 154: 683-693.

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Milliron, H. E. 1962. Taxonomic notes on some American bumblebees (Hymenoptera: Apidae; Bombinae). Canadian Entomologist 94: 728-735.

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Milliron, H. E. 1971. A monograph of the western hemisphere bumblebees (Hymenoptera: Apidae; Bombinae). I. The genera Bombus and Megabombus subgenus Bombias. Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada 82: 1-80.

Milliron, H. E. 1973a. A monograph of the western hemisphere bumblebees (Hymenoptera: Apidae; Bombinae). II. The genus Megabombus subgenus Megabombus. Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada 89: 81-237.

Milliron, H. E. 1973b. A monograph of the western hemisphere bumblebees (Hymenoptera: Apidae; Bombinae). III. The genus Pyrobombus subgenus Cullumanobombus. Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada 91: 239-333.

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Milne, C. 1982. Honey bee hygienic behavior and resistance to chalkbrood. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 76: 384-387.

Milne, C. 1983. Laboratory measurement of honeybee brood disease resistance. 1. Uncapping and removal of freeze killed and live brood by newly emerged workers in laboratory test cages. Journal of Apicultural Research 21(2): 111-114.

Milne, C. 1983. Laboratory measurement of honeybee brood disease resistance. 2. Uncapping of freeze killed and live brood by newly emerged workers in cages. Journal of Apicultural Research 22(2): 115-118.

Milne, C. 1985. Estimates of the heritabilities of and genetic correlation between two components of honey bee hygienic behavior: uncapping and removing. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 78: 841-844.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1976. Morphogenetic fate map of prospective adult structures of the honey bee. Developmental Biology 48(2): 473-476.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1977. An improved laboratory measurement of hoarding behavior in the honeybee. American Bee Journal 117(8): 502, 507.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1980a. Laboratory measurement of honey production in the honeybee. I. A model for hoarding behaviour by caged workers. Journal of Apicultural Research 19(2): 122-126.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1980b. Laboratory measurement of honey production in the honey bee. 2. Longevity or length of life of caged workers. Journal of Apicultural Research 19(3): 172-175.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1980c. Laboratory measurement of honey production in the honey bee (Apis mellifera). 3. Pupal weight of the worker. Journal of Apicultural Rsearch 19(3): 176-178.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1981a. Laboratory measurement of honey production in the honeybee. 4. Relationship between responses on tests of hoarding, longevity or length of life and pupal weight of the worker. Journal of Apicultural Research 20(1): 28-30.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1981b. Laboratory measurement of honey production in the honeybee. 5. Relationship between weekly colony weight gains, and responses on tests of hoarding behaviour, longevity or length of life and pupal weight of the worker. Journal of Apicultural Research 20(1): 31-33.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1982a. Early death of newly emerged worker honeybees in laboratory test cages. Journal of Apicultural Research 21(2): 107-110.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1982b. Laboratory measurement of brood disease resistance in the honeybee. 1. Uncapping and removal of freeze-killed brood by newly emerged workers in laboratory test cages. Journal of Apicultural Research 21(2): 111-114.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1983a. Honey bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) hygienic behavior and resistance to chalkbrood. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 76(3): 384-387.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1983b. Laboratory measurement of honeybee brood disease resistance. 2. Uncapping of freeze-killed and live brood by newly emerged workers in cages. Journal of Apicultural Research 22(2): 115-118.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1985a. An estimate of the heritability of the corbicular area of the honeybee. Journal of Apicultural Research 24(3): 137-139.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1985b. An estimate of the heritability of worker longevity or length of life in the honeybee. Journal of Apicultural Research 24(3): 140-143.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1985c. Estimates of the heritabilities of and genetic correlation between two components of honey bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) hygienic behavior: uncapping and removing. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 78(6): 841-844.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1985d. Estimating primordial cell numbers giving rise to honeybee adult structures. Journal of Apicultural Research 24(1): 7-12.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1985e. Laboratory tests of honey bee hygienic behavior and resistance to European foulbrood. American Bee Journal 125(8): 578-580.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1985f. The need for using laboratory tests in breeding honeybees for improved honey production. Journal of Apicultural Research 24(4): 237-242.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1991. Beekeeping and genetic engineering. American Bee Journal 131(3): 186-189.

Milne, C. P. Jr. & G. W. Friars, 1984. An estimate of the heritability of honeybee pupal weight. Journal of Heredity 75(6): 509-510.

Milne, C. P. Jr., R. L. Hellmich & K. J. Pries, 1986. Corbicular size in workers from honeybee lines selected for high or low pollen hoarding. Journal of Apicultural Research 25(1): 50-52.

Milne, C. P. Jr., G. W. Otis, F. A. Eischen & J. M. Dormaier, 1991. A comparison of tracheal mite resistance in two commercially available stocks of honey bees. American Bee Journal 131(11): 713-718.

Milne, C. P. Jr., J. P. Phillips & P. J. Krell, 1988a. Microinjection of early honeybee embryos. Journal of Apicultural Research 27(2): 84-89.

Milne, C. P. Jr., J. P. Phillips & P. J. Krell, 1988b. A photomicrographic study of worker honeybee embryogenesis. Journal of Apicultural Research 27(2): 69-83.

Milne, C. P. Jr. & K. J. Pries, 1984. Honeybee corbicular size and honey production. Journal of Apicultural Research 23(1): 11-14.

Milne, C. P. Jr. & K. J. Pries, 1986. Honeybees with larger corbiculae carry larger pollen pellets. Journal of Apicultural Research 25(1): 53-54.

Milne, C. P. Jr. & W. C. Rothenbuhler, 1983. The honeybee blastoderm fate map. Journal of Apicultural Research 22(2): 69-78.

Milne, C. P. Jr. & M. V. Smith, 1981. Highlights of Agricultural Research in Ontario 4(1): 11-14. Honey for the north.

Miltgen, J., C. Marotel, A. Cuguilliere, G. N. H. Thuy, D. Verrot & D. Bonnet, 2001. Allergy and travel. Revue Francaise d'Allergologie et d'Immunologie Clinique 41(5): 493-503.

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Minckley, R. L. 1998. A cladistic analysis and classification of the subgenera and genera of large carpenter bees, Tribe Xylocopini. Scientific Papers, Natural History Museum, University of Kansas 9: 1-47.

Minckley, R. L. & S. L. Buchmann, 1990. Territory site selection of male Xylocopa (Neoxylocopa) varipuncta Patton (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 63(2): 329 - 339.

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Minckley, R. L., J. H. Cane, L. Kervin & D. Yanega, 2003. Biological impediments to measures of competition among introduced honey bees and desert bees (Hymenoptera: Apiformes). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 76(2): 306-319.

Minckley, R. L. & S. G. Reyes, 1996. Capture of the orchid bee, Eulaema polychroma, (Friese) (Apidae: Euglossini) in Arizona, with notes on northern distributions of other Mesoamerican bees. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 62(1): 102-104.

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Mishra, R. C., G. S. Dogra & P. R. Gupta, 1977. An attempt to domesticate rock bee, Apis dorsata F. Indian Bee Journal 39(1/4): 21.

Mishra, R. C., G. S. Dogra & P. R. Gupta, 1980. Some observations on iridovirus of bees. Indian Bee Journal 42(1): 9-10.

Mishra, R. C., J. K. Gupta & J. Kumar, 1985. Nectar sugar production in peach, Prunus persica L. Indian Bee Journal 47(1-4): 37-39.

Mishra, R. C., J. K. Gupta & J. Kumar, 1987. Nectar secretion, amount and type of nectar sugars and insect foraging in Woodfordia floribunda Salisb. Apidologie 18(2): 173-178.

Mishra, R. C., J. Kumar & J. K. Gupta, 1987. Effect of mode of pollination on fruit characteristics of okra, Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Moench. Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy B. 53(2): 157-160.

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