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Nasr, M. E. & D. McRory, 1995. Honey bee characteristics of economic importance to Ontario beekeepers in Canada. American Bee Journal 135: 423-425.

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Nasr, M. E., D. McRory & A. Skinner, 1996. Single treatment for controlling honey bee parasitic mites with formic acid. Entomological Society of America, Louisville, KY.

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Nasr, M. E., G. W. Otis & C. Scott-Dupree, 1992a. Potential uses of Canadian honey bees in breeding for resistance to tracheal mites. American Bee Journal 132: 812.

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Nasr, M. E., G. W. Otis & C. Scott-Dupree, 1994. Breeding for tracheal mite (Acarapis woodi) resistance in honey bees. Proceeding of Apimondia, XXVI International Beekeeping Congress, Beijing, China.

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