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Studies on Propolis[]

  1. Gekker, G., Hu, S., Spivak, M., Lokensgard, J.R., Peterson, P.K. 2005. Anti-HIV-1 activity of propolis in CD4+ lymphocyte and microglial cell cultures. PDF 282 Kb. J. Ethnopharmacology 102: 158-163.

Neuroethology of Honey Bee Hygienic Behavior[]

  1. Goode, K, Huber, Z, Mesce, KA, Spivak, M. 2005. The relationships of honey bee (Apis mellifera) behaviors in the context of octopamine neuromodulation: hygienic behavior is independent of sucrose responsiveness and foraging ontogeny. PDF 185 Kb. Hormones and Behavior. 49: 391-397.
  2. Gramacho, KP and Spivak M. 2003 Differences in olfactory sensitivity and behavioral responses among honey bees bred for hygienic behavior. PDF 203 Kb. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 54: 472-479.
  3. Spivak, M., Masterman, R., Ross, R., Mesce, KA. 2003 Hygienic behavior in the honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) and the modulatory role of octopamine. PDF 261 Kb. J. Neurobiol. 55: 341-354.
  4. Lapidge, K., Oldroyd, B., Spivak, M. 2002. Seven suggestive quantitative trait loci influence hygienic behavior of honey bees. 89_2002.pdf PDF 189 Kb. Naturwissenschaften 89: 565-568.
  5. Masterman, R. Ross, R., Mesce, K., Spivak, M. 2001. Olfactory and behavioral response thresholds to odors of diseased brood differ between hygienic and non-hygienic honey bees (Apis mellifera L.). PDF 225 Kb. J. Comp Physiol. A 187: 441-452.
  6. Arathi, H.S., Spivak, M. 2001 Influence of colony genotypic composition on the performance of hygienic behavior in the honey bee (Apis mellifera L). PDF 152 Kb. Animal Behavior 62: 57-66.
  7. Arathi, H.S., Burns, I. , Spivak, M. 2000. Ethology of hygienic behaviour in the honey bee, Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera: Apidae): Behavioural repertoire of hygienic bees. Ethology 106: 1-15.
  8. Masterman, R., Smith, B. Spivak, M. 2000. M. Evaluation of brood odor discrimination abilities in honey bees (Apis mellifera L.) using proboscis extension reflex conditioning. PDF 100 Kb. J. Insect Behav. 13(1): 87-101.
  9. Boecking, O., Spivak, M. 1999. Behavioral defenses of honey bees against Varroa jacobsoni Oud. Apidologie 30: 141-158.
  10. Spivak, M. 1996. Honey bee hygienic behavior and defense against Varroa jacobsoni. Apidologie 27: 245-260.
  11. Spivak, M., Gilliam, M. 1993. Facultative expression of hygienic behaviour of honey bees in relation to disease resistance. J. of Apicultural Res. 32(3/4): 147-157.

Hygienic Behavior as a Mechanism of Resistance to Diseases and Mites[]

  1. Ibrahim, A., Spivak, M. 2006. The relationship between hygienic behavior and suppression of mite reproduction as honey bee mechanisms of resistance to Varroa destructor. PDF 111 Kb. Apidologie. 37: 31-40.
  2. Mondragon, L., Spivak, M., Vandame, R. 2005. A multifactorial study of the resistance of Africanized and hybrid honey bees Apis mellifera to the mite Varroa destructor over one year in Mexico. PDF 240 Kb. Apidologie. 36: 345-358.
  3. Flores, JM, Spivak, M., Guiterrez, I. 2005. Spores of Ascosphaera apis contained in wax foundation can pass on chalkbrood in honey bees. PDF 77 Kb. Veterinary Microbiology 108: 141-144.
  4. Spivak, M., Reuter, G.S. 2005 A Sustainable Approach to Controlling Honey Bee Diseases and Varroa Mites. Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) Fact Sheet. PDF 312 Kb.
  5. Spivak, M., Reuter, G.S. 2001 Resistance to American foulbrood disease by honey bee colonies, Apis mellifera, bred for hygienic behavior. PDF 410 Kb. Apidologie 32: 555-565.
  6. Spivak, M., Reuter, G. S. 2001. Varroa jacobsoni infestation in untreated honey bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) colonies selected for hygienic behavior. J. Econ. Entomol 94(1): 326-331.
  7. Spivak, M., Gilliam, M. 1998. Hygienic behaviour of honey bees and its application for control of brood diseases and varroa mites. Part I: Hygienic behaviour and resistance to American foulbrood. Bee World 79:124-134. Part II: Studies on hygienic behaviour since the Rothenbuhler era. Bee World 79: 165-182.
  8. Spivak, M., Downey , D. 1998. Field assays for hygienic behavior in honey bees (Apidae: Hymenoptera). J. Econ. Entomol. 91(1): 64-70.
  9. Spivak, M., Reuter, G.S. 1998. Performance of hygienic honey bee colonies in a commercial apiary. Apidologie. 29: 291-302.

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