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  1. Pesticide contamination and their botanical sources in pollen loads collected by honeybees in Kenya: A spatio-temporal context
  2. Understanding climate change effects on the potential distribution of an important pollinator species, Ceratina moerenhouti (Apidae: Ceratinini), in the Eastern Afromontane biodiversity hotspot, Kenya
  3. The effect of annual flower strips on pollinator visitation and fruit set of avocado (Persea americana Mill.) in Kenya
  4. Foraging range of an African stingless bee, Hypotrigona gribodoi (Apidae: Meliponini)
  5. Pollinator efficiency of avocado ( Persea americana ) flower insect visitors
  6. Increased Stress Levels in Caged Honeybee (Apis mellifera) (Hymenoptera: Apidae) Workers
  7. The effects of hive materials on phytochemical and biological properties of honeybee propolis
  8. Improved population genetics parameters through control for microsatellite stuttering
  9. Synergies of integrated pest and pollinator management in avocado farming in East Africa: An ex-ante economic analysis
  10. Phytochemical composition and bio-functional properties of Apis mellifera propolis from Kenya
  11. Influence of the Type of Pollen Diet on the Survival, Body Weight, and Immune Response in the African Honeybee
  12. A fungal-based pesticide does not harm pollination service provided by the African stingless bee Meliponula ferruginea on cucumber (Cucumis sativus)
  13. Floral turnover and climate drive seasonal bee diversity along a tropical elevation gradient
  14. Interactions between integrated pest management, pollinator introduction, and landscape context on avocado Persea americana productivity
  15. A scientific note on in-hive positioning determines small hive beetle trap efficacy
  16. Susceptibility of the Western Honey Bee Apis mellifera and the African Stingless Bee Meliponula ferruginea (Hymenoptera: Apidae) to the Entomopathogenic Fungi Metarhizium anisopliae and Beauveria bassiana
  17. Cuckoo bumblebee males might reduce plant fitness
  18. Author Correction: A global-scale expert assessment of drivers and risks associated with pollinator decline
  19. A global-scale expert assessment of drivers and risks associated with pollinator decline
  20. Pollinator supplementation mitigates pollination deficits in smallholder avocado (Persea americana Mill.) production systems in Kenya
  21. Use of earth observation satellite data to guide the implementation of integrated pest and pollinator management (IPPM) technologies in an avocado production system
  22. Coexistence of honeybees with distinct mitochondrial haplotypes and hybridised nuclear genomes on the Comoros Islands
  23. Pollen diversity and protein content in differentially degraded semi-arid landscapes in Kenya
  24. Abundance and community composition of flower visiting insects of avocado (Persea Americana Mill) in the East African region
  25. Detection of the spotted wing drosophila, Drosophila suzukii, in continental sub-Saharan Africa
  26. African honeybee royal jelly: Phytochemical contents, free radical scavenging activity, and physicochemical properties
  27. Population abundance of Varroa destructor and its effects on Apis mellifera scutellata colonies in Kenya
  28. Evolutionary genomics at the human–environment interface in Africa
  29. Tissue Specificity in Social Context-Dependent lysozyme Expression in Bumblebees
  30. The Invasion of the Dwarf Honeybee, Apis florea, along the River Nile in Sudan
  31. Bioactive constituents, in vitro radical scavenging and antibacterial activities of selected Apis mellifera honey from Kenya
  32. Shared reproduction and sex ratio adjustment to clutch size in a socially polymorphic orchid bee
  33. Role of Conspecifics and personal experience on Behavioural Avoidance of Contaminated Flowers by Bumblebees
  34. A Scientific Note of Housekeeping Genes for the Primitively Eusocial bee Euglossa viridissima Friese (Apidae: Euglossini)
  35. Varroa-specific hygienic behavior of Apis mellifera scutellata in Kenya
  36. OUP accepted manuscript
  37. Erratum to: Unity in defence: honeybee workers exhibit conserved molecular responses to diverse pathogens
  38. Unity in defence: honeybee workers exhibit conserved molecular responses to diverse pathogens
  39. Comparative analyses of the major royal jelly protein gene cluster in three Apis species with long amplicon sequencing
  40. Thelytoky in Cape honeybees (Apis mellifera capensis) is controlled by a single recessive locus
  41. Evolution of anti-viral genes in bumblebees
  42. Effective popultion size and immune gene evolution in bumblebees
  43. Contrasting Evolutionary Rates between Social and Parasitic Bumblebees for Three Social Effect Genes
  44. Subfamily bias in queen honeybees
  45. The genomes of two key bumblebee species with primitive eusocial organization
  46. A depauperate immune repertoire precedes evolution of sociality in bees
  47. Adaptive evolution of anti-viral genes in bumblebees
  48. Signature of selection in honeybees resistant against Varroa mites
  49. Rapid evolution of antimicrobial peptide genes in an insect host–social parasite system
  50. Comparison of two molecular diagnostic tools for the quantification ofCrithidia bombi, a parasite of bumblebees
  51. A selective sweep in a microsporidian parasiteNosema-tolerant honeybee population,Apis mellifera
  52. Genetics of division of labor in honeybees
  53. Four quantitative trait loci associated with low Nosema ceranae (Microsporidia) spore load in the honeybee Apis mellifera
  54. Social scent marks do not improve avoidance of parasites in foraging bumblebees
  55. Population Structure of Crithidia bombi
  56. Reproductive Biology of the Cape Honeybee: A Critique of Beekman et al.: A critique of "Asexually Produced Cape Honeybee Queens (Apis mellifera capensis) Reproduce Sexually," authors: Madeleine Beekman, Michael H. Allsopp, Julianne Lim, Frances Goudie,...
  57. Sex, horizontal transmission, and multiple hosts prevent local adaptation ofCrithidia bombi, a parasite of bumblebees (Bombusspp.)
  58. Social context-dependent immune gene expression in bumblebees (Bombus terrestris)
  59. Recognition and Avoidance of Contaminated Flowers by Foraging Bumblebees (Bombus terrestris)
  60. Comparative analysis of detection limits and specificity of molecular diagnostic markers for three pathogens (Microsporidia, Nosema spp.) in the key pollinators Apis mellifera and Bombus terrestris
  61. Erratum
  62. Dynamics of Immune System Gene Expression upon Bacterial Challenge and Wounding in a Social Insect (Bombus terrestris)
  63. A Quantitative In Vitro Cultivation Technique to Determine Cell Number and Growth Rates in Strains of Crithidia bombi (Trypanosomatidae), a Parasite of Bumblebees
  64. Social parasitism of queens and workers in the Cape honeybee (Apis mellifera capensis)
  65. The degree of parasitism of the bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) by cuckoo bumblebees (Bombus (Psithyrus) vestalis)
  66. A microsatellite DNA toolkit for studying population structure inApis mellifera
  67. The genome—it’s as simple as that!
  68. Recombination Rate and AT-content Show Opposite Correlations in Mammalian and Other Animal Genomes
  69. The genome of the model beetle and pest Tribolium castaneum
  70. Control of reproductive dominance by the thelytoky gene in honeybees
  71. Insights into social insects from the genome of the honeybee Apis mellifera
  72. Insights into social insects from the genome of the honeybee Apis mellifera
  73. Caste development and reproduction: a genome-wide analysis of hallmarks of insect eusociality
  74. Rare royal families in honeybees, Apis melliferas
  75. Rare royal families in honeybees, Apis mellifera
  76. Queen developmental time and fitness consequences for queens of clonal social parasitic honeybees (A. m. capensis) and its host A. m. scutellata
  77. Paternity skew in seven species of honeybees (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Apis)
  78. A single locus determines thelytokous parthenogenesis of laying honeybee workers (Apis mellifera capensis)
  79. Trapping pheromonal components with silicone rubber tubes: fatty acid secretions in honeybees ( Apis mellifera )
  80. Honeybee workers (Apis mellifera capensis) compete for producing queen'like pheromone signals
  81. A technical note for using microsatellite DNA analyses in haploid male DNA pools of social Hymenoptera