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Trabajos sobre el género Apis[]

Género Apis[]

  1. Reproductive isolation among species of the genus Apis. PDF 587 Kb. N. Koeniger, G. Koeniger. Apidologie 31(3):313-331.
  2. Hymenoptera, Apiformes. PDF 475 Kb. Pedro S R M; Camargo J M F. Joly CA & Bicudo CEM (orgs). Biodiversidade do Estado de São Paulo. Volume 5. BIOTA/FAPESP 1999.
  3. Evolution of the Insects. David Grimaldi; Michael S. Engel. Cambridge University Press; Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, Madrid, Cape Town, Singapore, São Paulo. Presentación PDF 81 Kb. Indice PDF 3.226 Kb. Capítulo 1. PDF 4.990 Kb. 2005.
  4. Expression of body colour in tree castes of four Asian honey bees. Jerzy Woyke. Intern. Confer. Tropical Bees and Environment: Pedu Lake, Kedah, Malaysia: 31-32. Republished by journal editor: 1998 Expression of body colour in honey bee species. Indian Bee Journal 60 (1): 47. PDF 135 Kb. 1995.
  5. The heredity of color patterns in the honey bee. Woyke J. Intern. Symposium on Genetics, Selection and Reproduction of the honeybee. Moscow 1976 Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest: 49-55. PDF 254 Kb. 1977.
  6. Differences in body colour expression between European and Asian honeybees. 4th Asian Apicultural Association Conference. Katmandu, Nepal: a. Abstract: 18-19. b. Proceedings (2000): 20-23. PDF 326 Kb. 1998. Woyke J. Republished by journal editor: c. 1998 Differences in body colour expression between European and Asian honeybees. Indian Bee Journal 60 (1): 38-41.

Apis laboriosa[]

  1. Levels of polyandry in Apis laboriosa Smith from Nepal. PDF 115 Kb. J. Paar, B. P. Oldroyd, E. Huettinger, G. Kastberger. Insect. Soc. 51 (2004) 212–214.
  2. A scientific note on Apis laboriosa winter nesting and brood rearing in the warm zone of Himalayas. PDF 21 Kb. Woyke J., Wilde J., Wilde M. Apidologie 32 (6): 601- 602. 2001.
  3. Periodic mass flights of Apis laboriosa in Nepal. PDF 163 Kb. Woyke J., Wilde J., Wilde M. Apidologie 34: 121-127. On line video. 2003.
  4. Flight activity reaction to temperature changes in Apis dorsata, Apis laboriosa and Apis mellifera. PDF 725 Kb.Woyke J., Wilde J., Wilde M. a. 2nd European Scientific Conference Salus Apis mellifera, Balatonlelle, Hungary, 11-13. 9. 2002: 45. b. 2003. Journal of Apicultural Science 47(2): 73-80.
  5. Las abejas melíferas del Himalaya y la apicultura en Nepal. PDF 529 Kb. R. Thapa. 38-th International Apicultural Congress of Apimondia. Ljubljana. Slovenia. Inglés. PDF 525 Kb.

Apis dorsata[]

  1. Coexistence of Apis mellifera and Apis dorsata workers in the same colonies. PDF 713 Kb. Woyke J. Wilde J. Wilde M. VII IBRA Conference on Tropical Bees, and V Asian Apicultural Association. Conference, Chiang Mai, 19 - 25 March, 2000. a. Abstracts: 42. b. 2001. Proceedings: 115-120 .
  2. Swarming, migration and absconding of Apis dorsata colonies. PDF 687 Kb. Woyke J. Wilde J. Wilde M. Kruk C.II IBRA Conference on Tropical Bees, and V Asian Apicultural Association. Conference, Chiang Mai, 19 - 25 March, 2000. a. Abstracts: 58. b. 2001. Proceedings: 183-188.
  3. Eversion of the endophallus of Apis dorsata drones. PDF 756 Kb. Woyke J. VII IBRA Conference on Tropical Bees, and V Asian Apicultural Association. Conference, Chiang Mai, 19-25 March, 2000. a. Abstracts. b. 2001. Proceedings: 189-194.
  4. Rearing honeybee queens in cups of Apis mellifera and Apis dorsata wax. PDF 363 Kb. Wilde J. Woyke J. Wilde M. VII IBRA Conference on Tropical Bees, and V Asian Apicultural Association. Conference, Chiang Mai, 19 - 25 March, 2000. a. Abstracts: 83. b. 2001. Proceedings: 207-209.
  5. Apis dorsata drone flights, collection of semen from everted endophalli and instrumental insemination of queens. PDF 310 Kb. Woyke J., Wilde J., Wilde M. Apidologie 32 (5):407-416.
  6. Open-air-nesting honey bees Apis dorsata and Apis laboriosa differ from the cavity-nesting Apis mellifera and Apis cerana in brood hygiene behaviour. PDF 547 Kb. Woyke J., Wilde J., Reddy C. C. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 84 (1-20):1-6 paper on line. 2004.
  7. Temperature correlated dorso-ventral abdomen flipping of Apis laboriosa and Apis dorsata worker bees. PDF 217 Kb. Jerzy Woyke, Jerzy Wilde, Maria Wilde. Apidologie 35 (2004) 493–502. Película 1; Película 2; Película 3; Película 4.
  8. Periodic mass flights of the giant honey bee, Apis dorsata. PDF 220 Kb. Jerzy Woyke, Cezary Kruk, Jerzy Wilde; Maria Wilde. Journal of Apicultural Research 43(4): 181–186 (2004).
  9. Colony relatedness in aggregations of Apis dorsata Fabricius (Hymenoptera,Apidae). PDF 91 Kb. B.P. Oldroyd; K.E. Osborne; M. Mardan. Insectes soc. 47 (2000) 94–95.
  10. A scientific note on the mating frequency of Apis dorsata. PDF 45 Kb. Wandee Wattanachaiyingchaeron; Benjamin P. Oldroyd; Siriwat Wongsiri; Kellie Palmer; Jürgen Paar. Apidologie 34 (2003) 85–86.
  11. Drifting of workers in nest aggregations of the giant honeybee Apis dorsata. PDF 268 Kb. Jürgen Paar; Benjamin P. Olgroyd; Ernst Huettinger; Gerald Kastberger. Apidologie 33 (2002) 553–561.
  12. Lack of worker reproduction in the giant honey bee Apis dorsata Fabricius. PDF 72 Kb. W.Wattanachaiyingcharoen; B. P. Oldroyd; G. Good; L. Halling; F. L. W. Ratnieks; S. Wongsiri. Insectes soc. 49 (2002) 80–85.
  13. Giant honeybees return to their nest sites. PDF 73 Kb. J. Paar; B. P. Oldroyd; G. Kastberger. Nature. Vol 406. 3 August 2000. pp: 475.
  14. Colony relatedness in aggregations of Apis dorsata Fabricius (Hymenoptera,Apidae). PDF 91 Kb. B. P. Oldroyd; K. E. Osborne; M. Mardan. Insectes soc. 47 (2000) 94–95.
  15. A severe stinging and much fatigue Frank Benton and his 1881 search for Apis dorsata. PDF 629 Kb. James P. Strange. American Entomologist Volume 47, Number 2.
  16. Lack of worker reproduction in the giant honey bee Apis dorsata. PDF 72 Kb. Fabricius W. Wattanachaiyingcharoen, B. P. Oldroyd, G. Good, L. Halling, F. L. W. Ratnieks; S. Wongsiri. Insectes soc. 49 (2002) 80–85.
  17. Characterization of major royal jelly protein-like DNA sequences in Apis dorsata. PDF 804 Kb. S. Tefanalbert; Jurgen Schmitz. Journal of Apicultural Research 41(3–4): 75–82 (2002).
  18. Honeybees and "yellow rain". PDF 151 Kb. Makhdzir Mardan, Peter G. Kevan. Nature 341, 191 (21 Sep 1989) Scientific Correspondence.
  19. Entomology: Home-site fidelity in migratory honeybees. PDF 100 Kb. Peter Neumann, Nikolaus Koeniger, Gudrun Koeniger, Salim Tingek, Per Kryger, Robin F. A. Moritz. Nature 406, 474 - 475 (03 Aug 2000) Brief Communications.
  20. Genetic Structure of an Apis dorsata population: The significance of migration and colony aggregation. PDF 150 Kb. Paar, J., Oldroyd, B. P., Huettinger, E. & G. Kastberger. J. Heredity. 95: 119-126 (2004).
  21. Las abejas melíferas del Himalaya y la apicultura en Nepal. PDF 529 Kb. R. Thapa. 38-th International Apicultural Congress of Apimondia. Ljubljana. Slovenia.
  22. Physico-chemical characteristics of Apis dorsata, A. cerana and A. mellifera honey from chitwan district, central nepal. PDF 40 Kb. S. R. Joshi, H. Pechhacker, A. Willam, W. von der Ohe. Apidologie 31(3): 367-375.
  23. Cell provisioning and oviposition in Melipona beecheii (Apidae, Meliponinae), with a note on caste determination. PDF 442 Kb. J. W. van Veen. Apidologie 31(3): 411-419.
  24. The predator-prey interaction between blue-bearded bee eaters (Nyctyornis athertoni Jardine and Selby 1830) and giant honeybees (Apis dorsata Fabricius 1798). G. Kastberger, D.K. Sharma. PDF 920 Kb. Online material: Pelicula 1. Pelicula 2. Apidologie 31(6):727-736.
  25. The Tualang Tree, the Giant Asian Honey Bees and the Hindu Myth of the Princess, Hitam Manis. Dark Sweetness. PDF 124 Kb. Word 95 Kb. Stephen L. Buchmann and Gary P. Nabhan. Copyright 1995 by Buchmann and Nabhan.
  26. Mites from debris and sealed brood cells of Apis dorsata colonies in Sabah (Borneo) Malaysia, including a new haplotype of Varroa jacobsoni. PDF 77.2 Kb. Gudrun Koeniger, Nikolaus Koeniger, Denis L. Anderson, Chariya Lekprayoon and Salim Tingek. Apidologie 33(1): 15-24.
  27. Critical temperatures for survival of brood and adult workers of the giant honeybee, Apis dorsata (Hymenoptera: Apidae). PDF 288 Kb. Makhdzir Mardan and Peter G. Kevan. Apidologie 33(3): 295-301.
  28. Drifting of workers in nest aggregations of the giant honeybee Apis dorsata. PDF 274 Kb. Jürgen Paar, Benjamin P. Oldroyd, Ernst Huettinger and Gerald Kastberger. Apidologie 33(6):553-561.
  29. Rafter beekeeping in Cambodia with Apis dorsata. PDF 318 Kb. Claire Waring; Daniel R Jump. Bee World. 14 March 2004.
  30. Absence of Tropilaelaps infestation from recent swarms of Apis dorsata in Thailand. PDF 131 Kb. Kavinsecsan, V.; Wongsiri, S.; De Guzman, L. I.; Riderer, T. IBRA. Notes and comentaries.
  31. Six-Year Population Fluctuation of the Giant Honey Bee Apis dorsata (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in a Tropical Lowland Dipterocarp Forest in Sarawak. PDF 215 Kb. Takao Itioka; Tamiji Inoue; Het Kaliang; Makoto Kato; Teruyoshi Nagamitsu; Kuniyasu Momose; Shoko Sakai; Takakazu Yumoto; Sarkawi Umah Mohamad; Abang Abdul Hamid; Seiki Yamane. Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 94(4): 545Ð549 (2001).
  32. Characterization of major royal jelly protein-like DNA sequences in Apis dorsata. PDF 804 Kb. S. Tefanalbert; Jurgen Schmitz. Journal of Apicultural Research 41(3–4): 75–82 (2002).
  33. Flight activity reaction to temperature changes in Apis dorsata, Apis laboriosa and Apis mellifera. PDF 725 Kb. Jerzy Woyke, Jerzy Wilde, Maria Wilde. Journal of Apicultural Science Vol. 47 No. 2 2003.

Apis cerana[]

  1. Instrumental insemination of Apis cerana indica queens. PDF 731 Kb. Woyke J. J. apic. Res. 12(3): 151-158. 1973.
  2. Reproduction in Apis cerana 1. Mating behaviour. PDF 592 Kb. Woyke J. Ruttner F. Koeniger N. J. apic. Res. 11(3): 141-146. 1972.
  3. Reproduction in Apis cerana 2. Reproductive organs and natural insemination. PDF 1.557 Kb. Woyke J. Ruttner F. Koeniger N. J. apic. Res. 12(1): 21-34. 1973.
  4. Expression of body colour in tree castes of four Asian honey bees. PDF 135 Kb. Woyke J. Intern. Confer. Tropical Bees and Environment: Pedu Lake, Kedah, Malaysia: 31-32. Paper available. Republished by journal editor: 1998. Expression of body colour in honey bee species. Indian Bee Journal 60 (1): 47. 1995.
  5. Differences in body colour expression between European and Asian honeybees. PDF 326 Kb. Woyke J. 4th Asian Apicultural Association Conference. Katmandu, Nepal: a. Abstract: 18-19. b. Proceedings (2000): 20-23. Republished by journal editor: c. 1998 Differences in body colour expression between European and Asian honeybees. Indian Bee Journal 60 (1): 38-41.
  6. Size of eggs from queens of three Asian Apis species and laying workers of Apis cerana. PDF 834 Kb. Woyke J., Chanchao Ch., Wongsiri S., Wilde J., Wilde M. Journal of Apicultural Science 47(2): 39-57. 2003.
  7. Worker policing and worker reproduction in Apis cerana. PDF 71 Kb. Benjamin P. Oldroyd; Luke A. Halling; Gregory Good; Wandee Wattanachaiyingcharoen; Andrew B. Barron; Piyamas Nanork Siriwat Wongsiri; Francis L. W. Ratnieks. Behav Ecol Sociobiol (2001) 50:371–377.
  8. Himalayan ceranaid: development assistance to preserve and promote Apis cerana beekeeping in Nepal. PDF 614 Kb. Word 699 Kb. Conrad Bérubé. American Bee Journal, (September, 1999).
  9. Worker policing and worker reproduction in Apis cerana. PDF 71 Kb. Benjamin P. Oldroyd; Luke A. Halling Gregory Good; Wandee Wattanachaiyingcharoen Andrew B. Barron; Piyamas Nanork Siriwat Wongsiri; Francis L. W. Ratnieks. Behav Ecol Sociobiol (2001) 50:371–377.
  10. Juvenile hormone and division of labour in Apis cerana. PDF 77 Kb. Huang, Zachary Young; Hai Ou Kuang; Bang Yu Kuang and Yuchuan Qin. Proceedings of the 7th IBRA conference on tropical bees and the 5th AAA conference, Thailand, 2000.
  11. MtDNA variation in Apis cerana populations from the Philippines. PDF 386 Kb. P. De La Rua, U. E. Simon, A. C. Tilde, R. F. A. Moritz, S. Fuchs. Heredity 84 (2000) 124-130.
  12. Biogeography of Apis cerana F. and A. nigrocincta Smith: insights from mtDNA studies. PDF 2 Mb. D.R. Smith, L. Villafuerte, G. Otis, M.R. Palmer. Apidologie 31(2):265-279.
  13. A scientific note on the genetic distinctness of Varroa mites on Apis mellifera L. and on Apis cerana Fabricius in North Vietnam. PDF 13 Kb. S. Fuchs, Le Tu Long, D. L. Anderson. Apidologie 31(3):459-460.
  14. Infraspecific categories of Apis cerana: morphometric, allozymal and mtDNA diversity. PDF 404 Kb. H. Randall Hepburn, Deborah R. Smith, Sarah E. Radloff and Gard W. Otis. Apidologie 32(1):3-23.
  15. Morphometric diversity of Apis cerana Fabr. within the Philippines. PDF 955 Kb. A. C. Tilde, S. Fuchs, N. Koeniger, C. R. Cervancia. Apidologie 31(2):249-263.
  16. Mandibular gland component analysis in the head extracts of Apis cerana and Apis nigrocincta. PDF 42.4 Kb. Christopher I. Keeling, Gard W. Otis, Soesilawati Hadisoesilo and Keith N. Slessor. Apidologie 32(3):243-252.
  17. Development of a specific aggregation lure for Apis cerana java. PDF 120 Kb. Michael Lacey. RIRDDC Web Publication Nº W04/012. 2004.
  18. Morphometric analysis of Apis cerana populations in the southern Himalayan region. PDF 303 Kb. H. Randall Hepburn, Sarah E. Radloff, S. Verma and L.R. Verma. Apidologie 32(5): 435-447.
  19. Development of a specific aggregation lure for Apis cerana javana. PDF 122 Kb. Michael Lacey. Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation. RIRDC Web Publication No W04/012 RIRDC Project No CSE-81A. December 2004.
  20. A comparative study of two species of cavity nesting honey bees of Sulawessi, Indonesia. PDF 8.612 Kb. Soesilawati Hadisoesilo. University of Guelph. Canada. Tesis PhD. pp:1-257.
  21. Foraging and habitat selection by two species of the honey bee near Lore Lindu National Park in Sulawessi, Indonesia. PDF 6.066 Kb. Dawn Renee Bakker. University of Guelph. Canada. Tesis MSc. pp: 1-148.
  22. Rearing and Management of Apis cerana (F.) and occurrence of pests in honeybee colonies. PDF 34 Kb. M. K. H. Bhuiyan, M. M. Hossain and M. N. Bari. Journal of Biological Sciences 2 (1): 14-17, 2002.
  23. Genetic differentiation of the honey bee (Apis cerana) in Thailand: evidence from microsatellite polymorphism. PDF 397 Kb. S. Sittipraneed; S. Laoaroon; S. Klinbunga; S. Wongsiri. Journal of Apicultural Research 40(1): 9–16 (2001).
  24. M. Lacey. (2004). Development of a specific aggregation lure for Apis cerana javana. PDF 120 Kb. December 2004. RIRDC Web Publication No W04/012. RIRDC Project No CSE-81A.
  25. Oldroyd BP, Reddy MS, Chapman NC, Thompson GJ & Beekman M. 2006 Evidence for reproductive isolation between two colour morphs of cavity nesting honey bees (Apis) in south India. PDF 162 Kb. Insectes Sociaux: 53: 429-434.

Apis andreniformis[]

  1. Polyandry in the genus Apis, particularly Apis andreniformis. PDF 118 Kb. Benjamin P. Oldroyd; Morag J. Clifton Siriwat Wongsiri; Thomas E. Rinderer H.; Allen Sylvester; Ross H. Crozier. Behav Ecol Sociobiol (1997) 40 : 17–26.
  2. Comparative biology of Apis andreniformis and Apis florea in Thailand. PDF 1.130 Kb. Wongsiri, S., Lekprayoon, C., Thapa, R., Thirakupt, K., Rinderer, T., Sylvester, H., Oldroyd, B., Booncham, U. 1996. Bee World 77: 23-35.
  3. Mating flights and sperm transfer in the dwarf honeybee Apis andreniformis (Smith, 1858). PDF 460 Kb. Koeniger, N. Koeniger, S. Tingek, A. Kelitu. Apidologie 31(2): 301-311.

Apis florea[]

  1. Worker policing in the bee Apis florea. PDF 42 Kb. Luke A. Halling; Benjamin P. Oldroyd; Wandee Wattanachaiyingcharoen; Andrew B. Barron; Piyamas Nanork; Siriwat Wongsiri. Behav Ecol Sociobiol (2001) 49:509–513.
  2. Multiple mating in Apis florea revisited. Palmer, K.A., Oldroyd, B.P. Ins. Soc. 48: 40-43. (2001). No lo tengo
  3. Comparative biology of Apis andreniformis and Apis florea in Thailand. PDF 1.130 Kb. Wongsiri, S., Lekprayoon, C., Thapa, R., Thirakupt, K., Rinderer, T., Sylvester, H., Oldroyd, B., Booncham, U. 1996. Bee World 77: 23-35.
  4. Quantitative analysis of the mandibular gland components of the dwarf honey bee (Apis florea Fabricius). PDF 31 Kb. C. I. Keeling, K. N. Slessor, N. Koeniger, G. Koeniger, R. W. K. Punchihewa. Apidologie 31(2):293-299.
  5. Defense posture in the dwarf honeybee, Apis florea. PDF 110 Kb. Christian W.W. Pirk, Randall Hepburn, Sarah E. Radloff and Johan Erlandsson. Apidologie 33(3): 289-294.
  6. Multivariate morphometric study of Apis florea in Thailand. PDF 338 Kb. Chaiyawong, T.; Deowanish, S.; Wongsiri, S. Sylvester, Allen H. Journal of Apicultural Research 43(3): 123-127. 2004.
  7. Asian honeybees parasitize the future dead. PDF 281 Kb. Piyamas Nanork, Jürgen Paar, Nadine C. Chapman, Siriwat Wongsiri, Benjamin P. Oldroyd. Nature Vol 437, 6 October 2005, pp:829.
  8. Nanork, P., Wongsiri, S. & B.P. Oldroyd. (2006). The reproductive dilemmas of queenless red dwarf honeybee (Apis florea) workers. PDF 160 Kb. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 61: 91-97

Apis nigrocincta[]

  1. Very high paternity frequency in Apis nigrocincta. PDF 65 Kb. K. Palmer, B. Oldroyd, P. Franck; S. Hadisoesilo. Insectes soc. 48 (2001) 327–332.
  2. Unasienianie matek pszczelich na trutowisku o zwiększonej liczbie trutni. PDF 689 Kb. Woyke J. [Mating of queens in mating station with increased number of drones]. Pszczeln. Zesz. nauk., 15(1-2): 43-51. PDF 689KB. 1971.
  3. The heredity of color patterns in the honey bee. PDF 254 Kb. Woyke J. Intern. Symposium on Genetics, Selection and Reproduction of the honeybee. Moscow 1976 Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest: 49-55. 1977.
  4. Long queen cells disease. PDF 843 Kb. Woyke J.; Bobrzecki, J. Pszczel. Zesz. nauk. 22: 59-69. 1978.
  5. Mandibular gland component analysis in the head extracts of Apis cerana and Apis nigrocincta. PDF 42.4 Kb. Christopher I. Keeling, Gard W. Otis, Soesilawati Hadisoesilo and Keith N. Slessor. Apidologie 32(3):243-252.
  6. A comparative study of two species of cavity nesting honey bees of Sulawessi, Indonesia. PDF 8.612 Kb. Soesilawati Hadisoesilo. University of Guelph. Canada. Tesis PhD. pp:1-257.
  7. Foraging and habitat selection by two species of the honey bee near Lore Lindu National Park in Sulawessi, Indonesia. PDF 6.066 Kb. Dawn Renee Bakker. University of Guelph. Canada. Tesis MSc. pp: 1-148.

Apis koschevnikovi[]

  1. New haplotypes for the non-coding region of mitochondrial DNA in cavity-nesting honey bees Apis koschevnikovi and Apis nuluensis. PDF 1.11 Mb. Jun-ichi Takahashi, Jun Nakamura, Masami Sasaki, Salim Tingek and Shin-ichi Akimoto. Apidologie 33(1): 25-31.

Apis nulensis[]

  1. New haplotypes for the non-coding region of mitochondrial DNA in cavity-nesting honey bees Apis koschevnikovi and Apis nuluensis. PDF 1.11 Mb. Jun-ichi Takahashi, Jun Nakamura, Masami Sasaki, Salim Tingek and Shin-ichi Akimoto. Apidologie 33(1): 25-31.
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