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Une membrane artificielle pour le nourrissement in vitro de Varroa jacobsoni et Acarapis woodi, acariens parasites de l' abeille. / An artificial membrane for in vitro feeding of Varroa jacobsoni and Acarapis woodi, mite parasites of honey bees.

  • Authors : United States Department of Agriculture, Beltsville (USA). Agricultural Research Service, Bee Research Laboratory; Bruce W.A.; Henegar R.B.

Subjects: Animal production; Pests of animals; equipo de laboratorio

  • Source: Apidologie, 22, v.503-507(5).Apidologie (France). (1991). v. 22(5) p. 503-507.

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Effets de traitements a l' amitraze sur les abeilles et sur Acarapis woodi. / Effect of amitraz treatments on honey bees and on honey bee tracheal mite.

  • Authors : United States Department of Agriculture, Belstville (USA). Agricultural Research Service, Beneficial Insects Laboratory; Vandenberg J.D.; Shimanuki H.

Subjects: Animal production; Pests of animals; side effects

  • Source: Apidologie, 21, v.243-247(3).Apidologie (France). (1990). v. 21(3) p. 243-247.

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Age-related changes in midgut ultrastructure and trypsin activity in the honey bee, Apis mellifera.

  • Authors : United States Department of Agriculture, Tucson (USA). Carl Hayden Bee Research; Jimenez D.R.; Gilliam M.

Subjects: Animal physiology - Nutrition; Animal production; actividad enzimatica

  • Source: Apidologie, 20, v.287-303(4).Apidologie (France). (1989). v. 20(4) p. 287-303.

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Action d' un regime deficient en thiamine ou en riboflavine sur des abeilles, Apis mellifera L., recemment ecloses. / Effects of thiamine or riboflavin-alvin-deficient diet fed to new emerged honey bees, Apis mellifera L.

  • Authors : United States Dept. of Agriculture, Beltsville, Maryland (USA). Federal Research Science and Education. Bioenvironmental Bee Lab.; Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Medellin. Facultad de Agronomia.; Herbert E.W.

Subjects: Animal production

  • Source: Apidologie, 9, v.341-348(4).Apidologie (France). (1978). v. 9(4) p. 341-348.

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Incidence rates of Acarapis woodi (Rennie) in queen honey bees of various ages.

  • Authors : United States Department of Agriculture, Weslaco (USA). Agricultural Research Station, Honey Bee Research Laboratory; Pettis J.S.; Dietz A.

Subjects: Animal production; Pests of animals; parasitism

  • Source: Apidologie, 20, v.69-75(1).Apidologie (France). (1989). v. 20(1) p. 69-75.

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Comparative rates of recruitment to pollen sources by africanized and European honey bees (Apis mellifera L.).

  • Authors : United States Department of Agriculture, Baton Rouge (USA). Honey-Bee Breeding, Genetics and Physiology Laboratory; Danka R.G.; Collins A.M.

Subjects: Animal ecology; Animal production; polen

  • Source: Apidologie, 19, v.255-258(3).Apidologie (France). (1988). v. 19(3) p. 255-258.

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Examination of floral nectar of citrus, cotton and Arizona desert plants for microbes [USA, cactus].

  • Authors : United States Department of Agriculture, Tucson (USA). Agricultural Research Service, Carl Hayden Bee Research Center; Gilliam M.; Moffett J.O.

Subjects: Plant diseases; Protection of plants and stored products

  • Source: Apidologie, 14, v.299-302(4).Apidologie (France). (1983). v. 14(4) p. 299-302.

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Pollen importation: a possible route for pest introduction [insects and mites inhabiting pollen].

  • Authors : United States Department of Agriculture, Beltsville (USA). Bioenvironmental Bee Laboratory; University of the District of Columbia (USA). Cooperative Extension Service.; Leonard F.W.

Subjects: Protection of plants and stored products

  • Source: Apidologie, 14, v.303-307(4).Apidologie (France). (1983). v. 14(4) p. 303-307.

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Baiting system for selective abatement of undesirable honey bees [acephate; africanized honey bee].

  • Authors : United States Department of Agriculture, Baton Rouge (USA). Agricultural Research Service, Honey-Bee Breeding Genetics and Physiology Laboratory; Faculte d' Agronomie et de Medecine Veterinaire, Damien, Port-au-Prince (Haiti).; Williams J.L.

Subjects: Animal production; Pests of animals; insecticides

  • Source: Apidologie, 20, v.175-179(2).Apidologie (France). (1989). v. 20(2) p. 175-179.

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Heritabilities and correlations of the honey bee: response to Nosema apis, longetivy and alarm response to isopentyl acetate.

  • Authors : United States Department of Agriculture, Baton Rouge (USA). Agricultural Research Service, Bee Breeding and Stock Center Laboratory; Rinderer T.E.; Collins A.M.

Subjects: Animal production; Pests of animals

  • Source: Apidologie, 14, v.79-85(2).Apidologie (France). (Apr-Jun 1983). v. 14(2) p. 79-85.

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