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Bee Management
 
       
On the natural cell size of European honey bees: a "fatal error" or distortion of historical data?
 
Francis Saucy
 
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A review of methods used in some European countries for assessing the quality of honey bee queens through their physical characters and the performance of their colonies
 
Fani Hatjina, Malgorzata Bieńkowska, Leonidas Charistos, Robert Chlebo, Cecilia Costa, Marica M Dražić, Janja Filipi, Aleš Gregorc, Evgeniya N Ivanova, Nikola Kezić, Jan Kopernicky, Per Kryger, Marco Lodesani, Vesna Lokar, Mica Mladenovic, Beata Panasiuk, Plamen P Petrov, Slađan Rašić, Maja I Smodis Skerl, Flemming Vejsnæs and Jerzy Wilde
 
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Hive Product Science
 
       
Evidence for correlation between invertase activity and sucrose content during the ripening process of honey
 
Birgit Lichtenberg-Kraag
 
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Pathology and Parasitology        
Microsporidian parasites of honey bees Nosema ceranaeand N. apis in Lithuania: supplementary data on occurrence along Europe
 
Laima Blažytė-Čereškienė, Vesta Skrodenytė-Arbačiauskienė and Vincas Būda
 
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Physiology, Biochemistry and Chemical Ecology
 
       
Ultrastructural changes in the hypopharyngeal gland of Apis mellifera workers with age
 
Waleed Khaled Muhammad Elaidy
 
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Preparation of honey bee specimens for histopathological studies, including a technique for the preparation of whole sections
 
Aki Hidemi
 
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A comparative study of the antennal sensilla in corbiculate bees
 
Maria do Carmo Queiroz Fialho, Cirlei Pereira Guss-Matiello, José Cola Zanuncio, Lúcio Antonio Oliveira Campos and José Eduardo Serrão
 
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Pollination 
 
       
Commercial bumble bees on soft fruit farms collect pollen mainly from wildflowers rather than the target crops
 
Eilidh S J Foulis and Dave Goulson
 
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Evaluation of a novel bumble bee pollination station under summer greenhouse conditions
 
Fernando Diánez Martínez, Francisco J Sevilla García, Milagrosa Santos Hernández and Francisco Camacho Ferre
 
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Toxicology
 
       
Overwintered brood comb honey: colony exposure to pesticide residues
 
Nancy Ostiguy and Brian Eitzer
 
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