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  1. Complex population structure and haplotype patterns in the Western European honey bee from sequencing a large panel of haploid drones
  2. Morphometric and mitochondrial variation of Apis mellifera L. and its relationship with geographical variables in parts of West and Central Africa
  3. Population Structure and Diversity in European Honey Bees (Apis mellifera L.)—An Empirical Comparison of Pool and Individual Whole-Genome Sequencing
  4. Complex population structure and haplotype patterns in Western Europe honey bee from sequencing a large panel of haploid drones
  5. Resistance and Vulnerability of Honeybee (Apis mellifera) Gut Bacteria to Commonly Used Pesticides
  6. Pollination and Plant Reproductive Success of Two Ploidy Levels in Red Clover (Trifolium pratense L.)
  7. Metabolomics unveils the influence of dietary phytochemicals on residual pesticide concentrations in honey bees
  8. Research project on field data collection for honey bee colony model evaluation
  9. Different pollination approaches to compare the seed set of diploid and tetraploid red clover Trifolium pratense L.
  10. Evaluating competition for forage plants between honey bees and wild bees in Denmark
  11. Review of seed yield components and pollination conditions in red clover (Trifolium pratense L.) seed production
  12. Development and evaluation of a core genome multilocus sequence typing scheme for Paenibacillus larvae , the deadly American foulbrood pathogen of honeybees
  13. Authoritative subspecies diagnosis tool for European honey bees based on ancestry informative SNPs
  14. LC–MS/MS Quantification Reveals Ample Gut Uptake and Metabolization of Dietary Phytochemicals in Honey Bees (Apis mellifera)
  15. Dietary quercetin impacts the concentration of pesticides in honey bees
  16. Evaluation of Suppressed Mite Reproduction (SMR) Reveals Potential for Varroa Resistance in European Honey Bees (Apis mellifera L.)
  17. A computer vision system to monitor the infestation level of Varroa destructor in a honeybee colony
  18. High sample throughput genotyping for estimating C-lineage introgression in the dark honeybee: an accurate and cost-effective SNP-based tool
  19. Infection dynamics of Nosema ceranae in honey bee midgut and host cell apoptosis
  20. Quantitative patterns of vertical transmission of deformed wing virus in honey bees
  21. Trueness and precision of the real-time RT-PCR method for quantifying the chronic bee paralysis virus genome in bee homogenates evaluated by a comparative inter-laboratory study
  22. A pan-European epidemiological study reveals honey bee colony survival depends on beekeeper education and disease control
  23. Differential proteomics reveals novel insights into Nosema–honey bee interactions
  24. Label-Free Differential Proteomics and Quantification of Exoenzymes from Isolates of the Entomopathogenic Fungus Beauveria bassiana
  25. Drones, sexually transmitted virus, infected queens, colony collapse
  26. Risk indicators affecting honeybee colony survival in Europe: one year of surveillance
  27. Nosema spp. infections cause no energetic stress in tolerant honeybees
  28. Automatic behaviour analysis system for honeybees using computer vision
  29. Parasite infection accelerates age polyethism in young honey bees
  30. Determinants of nectar production in oilseed rape
  31. Determinants of nectar production in heather
  32. Four Categories of Viral Infection Describe the Health Status of Honey Bee Colonies
  33. Nosema Tolerant Honeybees (Apis mellifera) Escape Parasitic Manipulation of Apoptosis
  34. Effects of genotype, environment, and their interactions on honey bee health in Europe
  35. Weight Watching and the Effect of Landscape on Honeybee Colony Productivity: Investigating the Value of Colony Weight Monitoring for the Beekeeping Industry
  36. Reduced SNP Panels for Genetic Identification and Introgression Analysis in the Dark Honey Bee (Apis mellifera mellifera)
  37. Chronic Bee Paralysis Virus in Honeybee Queens: Evaluating Susceptibility and Infection Routes
  38. Development and validation of a real-time two-step RT-qPCR TaqMan® assay for quantitation of Sacbrood virus (SBV) and its application to a field survey of symptomatic honey bee colonies
  39. Towards integrated control of varroa: effect of variation in hygienic behaviour among honey bee colonies on mite population increase and deformed wing virus incidence
  40. Effect of genotype and environment on parasite and pathogen levels in one apiary—a case study
  41. Occurrence of parasites and pathogens in honey bee colonies used in a European genotype-environment interactions experiment
  42. Detecting population admixture in honey bees of Serbia
  43. 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
  44. Genetic integrity of the Dark European honey bee (Apis mellifera mellifera) from protected populations: a genome-wide assessment using SNPs and mtDNA sequence data
  45. Genetic structure of Apis mellifera macedonica in the Balkan Peninsula based on microsatellite DNA polymorphism
  46. Honey bee genotypes and the environment
  47. Population dynamics of European honey bee genotypes under sdifferent environmental conditions
  48. Population-genetical characteristics of the bee population of Vojvodina
  49. Swarming, defensive and hygienic behaviour in honey bee colonies of different genetic origin in a pan-European experiment
  50. The genetic origin of honey bee colonies used in the COLOSS Genotype-Environment Interactions Experiment: a comparison of methods
  51. The influence of genetic origin and its interaction with environmental effects on the survival of Apis mellifera L. colonies in Europe
  52. A selective sweep in a microsporidian parasiteNosema-tolerant honeybee population,Apis mellifera
  53. Four quantitative trait loci associated with low Nosema ceranae (Microsporidia) spore load in the honeybee Apis mellifera
  54. Varroa-Virus Interaction in Collapsing Honey Bee Colonies
  55. Standard methods for characterising subspecies and ecotypes ofApis mellifera
  56. Standard methods for rearing and selection ofApis melliferaqueens
  57. Patterns of viral infection in honey bee queens
  58. Polymorphic DNA sequences of the fungal honey bee pathogen Ascosphaera apis
  59. Survival and immune response of drones of a Nosemosis tolerant honey bee strain towards N. ceranae infections
  60. No transmission of Potato spindle tuber viroid shown in experiments with thrips (Frankliniella occidentalis, Thrips tabaci), honey bees (Apis mellifera) and bumblebees (Bombus terrestris)
  61. Single Assay Detection of Acute Bee Paralysis Virus, Kashmir Bee Virus and Israeli Acute Paralysis Virus
  62. A Europe-Wide Experiment for Assessing the Impact of Genotype-Environment Interactions on the Vitality and Performance of Honey Bee Colonies: Experimental Design and Trait Evaluation
  63. Modelling Gene Flow between Fields of White Clover with Honeybees as Pollen Vectors
  64. A review of methods for discrimination of honey bee populations as applied to European beekeeping
  65. Reproductive division of labour and thelytoky result in sympatric barriers to gene flow in honeybees (Apis mellifera L.)
  66. Conserving diversity and vitality for honey bee breeding
  67. Factors involved in the recent increase in colony losses in Denmark
  68. A scientific note on the fungus Beauveria bassiana infecting Varroa destructor in worker brood cells in honey bee hives
  69. Phylogenetic analysis of the RNA-dependent RNA polymerase (RdRp) and a predicted structural protein (pSP) of the Chronic bee paralysis virus (CBPV) isolated from various geographic regions
  70. Outbreeding and possibly inbreeding depression in a pollinating fig wasp with a mixed mating system
  71. Incidence of acute bee paralysis virus, black queen cell virus, chronic bee paralysis virus, deformed wing virus, Kashmir bee virus and sacbrood virus in honey bees ( Apis mellifera ) in Denmark
  72. Widespread dispersal of the microsporidian Nosema ceranae, an emergent pathogen of the western honey bee, Apis mellifera
  73. The size of wild honeybee populations (Apis mellifera) and its implications for the conservation of honeybees
  74. Isolation of six microsatellite loci in the pollinating fig wasp, Platyscapa awekei
  75. Infestation levels of Apis mellifera scutellata swarms by socially parasitic Cape honeybee workers ( Apis mellifera capensis )
  76. Higher vitellogenin concentrations in honey bee workers may be an adaptation to life in temperate climates
  77. Queen developmental time and fitness consequences for queens of clonal social parasitic honeybees (A. m. capensis) and its host A. m. scutellata
  78. Multiple nuptial flights, sperm transfer and the evolution of extreme polyandry in honeybee queens
  79. Whole-Genome Scan in Thelytokous-Laying Workers of the Cape Honeybee (Apis mellifera capensis): Central Fusion, Reduced Recombination Rates and Centromere Mapping Using Half-Tetrad Analysis
  80. A scientific note on the presence of Paenibacillus larvae larvae spores in sub-Saharan African honey
  81. Usurpation of African Apis mellifera scutellata colonies by parasitic Apis mellifera capensis workers
  82. A method for estimating variation in the phenotypic expression of morphological characters by thelytokous parthenogenesis in Apis mellifera capensis
  83. Reproduction of Varroa destructor in South African honey bees: does cell space influence Varroa male survivorship?
  84. Genotypical Variability for the Tasks of Water Collecting and Scenting in a Honey Bee Colony
  85. Lack of kin recognition in swarming honeybees (  Apis mellifera  )
  86. Competition for royalty in bees
  87. High degree of polyandry in Apis dorsata queens detected by DNA microsatellite variability
  88. Self-organization of circadian rhythms in groups of honeybees (Apis mellifera L.)
  89. Self-organization of circadian rhythms in groups of honeybees (Apis mellifera L.)
  90. The acoustic near field of a dancing honeybee