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JAR 22 Issue 3 1983

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ACTIVATION OF THE HYPOPHARYNGEAL GLANDS OF HONEYBEES IN WINTER E. V. M. BROUWERS 22 3 137
ELECTROPHORETIC PATTERNS OF WATER-SOLUBLE PROTEINS OF HONEYBEE LARVAL FOOD A. T. THRASYVOULOU, C. H. COLLISON AND A. W. BENTON 22 3 142
LENGTHS OF HAPLOID AND DIPLOID SPERMATOZOA OF THE HONEYBEE AND THE QUESTION OF THE PRODUCTION OF TRIPLOID WORKERS J. WOYKE 22 3 146
DYNAMICS OF ENTRY OF SPERMATOZOA INTO THE SPERMATHECA OF INSTRUMENTALLY INSEMINATED QUEEN HONEYBEES J. WOYKE 22 3 150
EFFECT OF THE COMPONENTS OF THE NASONOV PHEROMONE ON ITS RELEASE BY HONEYBEES AT THE HIVE ENTRANCE J. B. FREE, A. W. FERGUSON AND J. A. PICKETT 22 3 155
HIGH PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY OF CARBOHYDRATES IN CUCUMBER NECTAR D. W. SEVERSON AND E. H. ERICKSON, JR 22 3 158
BROOD REARING ASSOCIATED WITH A RANGE OF WORKER-LARVA RATIOS IN THE HONEYBEE F A EISCHEN, W C ROTHENBUHLER AND J. M. KULlNCEVIC 22 3 163
ACCEPTANCE OF TRANSPLANTED WORKER LARVAE BY QUEEN-CELL STARTER COLONIES R. S. PICKARD AND G. Y. KITHER 22 3 169
INCREASING THE ACCEPTANCE OF TRANSPLANTED HONEYBEE WORKER LARVAE BY QUEEN-CELL STARTER COLONIES WITH THE USE OF PARTIALLY DRAWN ARTIFICIAL QUEEN CUPS G. Y. KITHER AND R. S. PICKARD 22 3 175
CLOSED POPULATION HONEYBEE BREEDING 3. THE DISTRIBUTION OF SEX ALLELES WITH GYNE SUPERSEDURE R. E. PAGE, JR, H. H. LAIDLAW, JR AND E. H. ERICKSON, JR 22 3 184
HONEYBEE PARALYSIS: ITS NATURAL SPREAD AND ITS DIMINISHED INCIDENCE IN ENGLAND AND WALES L. BAILEY, B. V. BALL AND J. N. PERRY 22 3 191
GAMMA RADIATION INACTIVATION OF BACILLUS LARVAE TO CONTROL AMERICAN FOUL BROOD M. A. Z. HORNITZKY AND P. A. WILLS 22 3 196
ONTOGENESIS OF THE MITE VARROA JACOBSON/IN WORKER AND DRONE HONEYBEE BROOD CELLS M. D. IFANTIDIS 22 3 200
         
         

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