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JAR 40, Issue 2, 2001

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Seasonal cycles of Apis mellifera syriaca under Jordanian desert Conditions Abdul-Majeed Ahmed Al-Ghzawi, Shahera Talat Zaitoun and Hail KamelShannag 40 2 45

Antennal sensilla of the queen, half-queen and worker of the Egyptian honey bee, Apis mellifera lamarckii

A S Abou Zeid and B Schricker

40

2

53

An improved method for the detection and presumptive identification of Paenibacillus larvae subsp. larvae spores in honey

Dulce Maria Tocchetto Schuch, Robert Heaviside Madden and Aroni Sattler

40

2

59

Effect of shaking honey bee colonies affected by American foulbrood on Paenibacillus larvae larvae spore loads

M L Del Hoyo, M Basualdo, A Lorenzo, M A Palacio, E M Rodriguez and E Bedascarrasbure;

40

2

65

Gas chromatographic determination of coumaphos and tau-fluvalinate residues in royal jelly produced under commercial conditions Panos G Balayannis 40 2 71