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Presented here is a short list of the most recent Honey Bee Breeding, Genetics & Physiology Unit publications.  Click on the REPRINT NUMBER for the paper in PDF format. 

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Last update:   Thursday, December 4, 2014


NUMBER                                  TITLE

 

531.     DE GUZMAN, L.I., RINDERER, T.E., FRAKE, A.M.  2014.  The effects of diet, mating duration,
            female to male ratios and temperature on ovary activation, mating success and fecundity of Aethina
             tumida
.  Apidologie ISSN 0044-8435

 

530.     ZUMBA, J.X., MYERS, G.O., CLAWSON, E.L., MILER, D.K., DANKA, R.G., LANCHE, S.B. 
            2014.  Developing Hybrid Cotton (Gossypium spp) Using Honey Bees as Pollinators and the
            Roundup Ready Phenotype as the Selection Trait.  Journal of Cotton Science 17(4):293-301.

 

529.     RINDERER, T.E., DANKA, R.G., JOHNSON, S., BOURGEOIS, A.L., FRAKE, A.M., VILLA, J.D.,
            DE GUZMAN, L.I., HARRIS, J.W.  2014.  Functionality of Varroa Resistant Honey Bees
            (Hymenoptera: Apidae) When Used for Western U.S. Honey Production and Almond Pollination. 
            Journal of Economic Entomology 107(2):522-530.

 

528.     RINDERER, T.E., DE GUZMAN, L.I., FRAKE, A.M., TARVER, M.R.,
            KONGPHINITBUNJONG, K.  2014. An Evaluation of the Associations of Parameters Related
            to the Fall of Varroa destructor (Acari:Varroidae) From Commercial Honey Bee (Hymenoptera:
            Apidae) Colonies as Tools for Selective Breeding for Mite Resistance.  Journal of Economic
            Entomology  107(2):516-522.

 

527.     ARONSTEIN, K.A., HOLLOWAY, B.A.  2013.  “Honey bee fungal pathogen, Ascosphaera apis;
      current understanding of host-pathogen interactions and host mechanisms of resistance.” In
      Microbial pathogens and strategies for combating them:  science, technology and education (Ed A.
      Mendez-Vilas, Formatex Research Center), ISBN (13)Volume 1:402-410 (book chapter).

 

526.    DE GUZMAN, L.I., KHONGPHINITBUNJONG, K., RINDERER, T.E., TARVER, M.R.,
     FRAKE, A.M.  2013.  A laboratory technique to study the effects of Varroa destructor and
     viruses on developing worker honey bees.  Journal of Apicultural Research 52(5):262-264.

 

525.    DELAPLANE, K.S., DAG, A., DANKA, R.G., FREITAS, B.M., GARIBALDI, L.A.,
           GOODWIN, R.N., HORMAZA, J.I.  2013.  Standard methods for pollination research
           with Apis mellifera.  Journal of Apicultural Research 52(4): COLOSS BEEBOOK
           Volume II #12.

 

524.    HOLLOWAY, B.A., TARVER, M.R., RINDERER, T.E. 2013. An economical and effective
           high-throughput DNA extraction protocol for molecular marker analysis in honeybees.
           Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 148(2):196-200.

 

523.    KHONGPHINITBUNJONG, K., DE GUZMAN, L.I., BUAWANGPONG, N., RINDERER, T.E.,
           FRAKE, A.M., CHANTAWANNAKUL, P. 2013. Observations on the removal of brood inoculated
           with Tropilaelaps mercedesae (Acari: Laelapidae) and the mite’s reproductive success in Apis
           mellifera
colonies. Experimental and Applied Acarology. DOI 10.1007/s10493-013-9728-0

 

522.    SAMMATARO, D., DEGUZMAN, L.I., GEORGE, S., OCHOA, R., OTIS, G. 2013. Standard
           methods for tracheal mite research. Journal of Apicultural Research 52(4):COLOSSS BEEBOOK
           Volume II #20.

521.    HOLLOWAY, B.A., TARVER, M.R., RINDERER, T.E. 2013. Fine mapping identifies
           significantly associating markers for resistance to the honey bee brood fungal disease, Chalkbrood.
           Journal of Apicultural Research 52(3):134-140.

 

520.    DANKA, R.G.  2001.  Resistance of Honey Bees to Tracheal Mites.  Mites of the Honey
     Bee. Webster & Delaplane, Ch. 9, 117-129.

 

519.    DANKA, R.G., HARRIS, J.W., VILLA, J.D., DODDS, G.E.  2013.  Varying congruence
    of hygienic responses to Varroa destructor and freeze-killed brood among difference types
    of honeybees.  Apidologie 44(1): DOI: 10.1007/s13592-013-0195-8.

 

518.    VILLA, J.D., BOURGEOIS, A.L., DANKA, R.G.  2013.  Negative evidence for effects
            to genetic origin bees on Nosema ceranae, positive evidence for effects of Nosema ceranae
            on bees.  Apidologie 44(1): DOI: 10.1007/s13592-013-0201-1.

 

517.    RINDERER, T.E., OLDROYD, B.P., FRAKE, A.M., DE GUZMAN, L.I., BOURGEOIS, L. 
   
2013.  Responses to Varroa destructor and Nosema ceranae by several commercial strains 
    of Australian and North American honeybees (Hymenoptera: Apidae).  Australian Journal of
    Entomology 52(2):156-163.

 

516.    RINDERER, T.E., DE GUZMAN, L.I., FRAKE, A.M.  2013.  Associations of parameters
     related to the fall of Varroa destructor (Mesostigmata: Varroidae) in Russian and Italian
     Honey Bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) colonies.  Journal of Economic Entomology 106(2):566-575.

 

515.    DANKA, R.G., RINDERER, T.E., SPIVAK, M., KEFUSS, J.  2012.  Comments on :
     “Varroa destructor: research avenues towards sustainable control:.  Journal of Apicultural
     Research 52(2):69-71.

 

514.    DE GUZMAN, L.I., RINDERER, T.E., FRAKE, A.M., WAKEFIELD, M., MARRIS, G.,
    BUDGE, G.  2013.  Evaluation of the Efficacy of Small Hive Beetle (Aethina tumida Murray)
    bait and lures.  The Science of Bee Culture 5(1):3-6.

 

513.    DEROCHE, C., VILLA, J.D., ESCOBAR, L.A.  2011.  Statistical methods to quantify
     the effect of mite parasitism on the probability of death in honey bee colonies. 
    
Estadistica 63(181):1-18.

 

512.    ARONSTEIN, KATHERINE A., WEBSTER, T.C., SALDIVAR, E.  2012. 
    
A serological method for detection of Nosema ceranae.  Journal of Applied Microbiology

 

511.    JENSEN, ANNETTE B., ARONSTEIN, KATHERINE A., FLORES, JOSE M.,
     VOJVODIC, MARIA, PALACIO, ALEJANDRA, SPIVAK, MARLA.  2012. 
    
Standard methods for fungal brood disease research.  Journal of Apicultural Research 52(1):

 

510.      DE GRAAF, DIRK C., ALIPPI, ADRIANA M., ANTÚNEZ, KARINA, ARONSTEIN, 
    KATHERINE A., BUDGE, GILES, DE KOKER, DIETER, DE SMET, LINA, DINGMAN,
    DOUGLAS W., EVANS, JAY D., FOSTER, LEONARD J., FUNFHAUS, ANNE, 
   
GARCIA-GONZALEZ, EVA, GREGORC, ALES, HUMAN, HANNELIE, MURRAY, K. D.,
    NGUYEN, BACH K., POPPINGA, LENA, SPIVAK, MARLA, VANENGELSDORP, DENNIS,
    WILKINS, SELWYN, GENERSCH, ELKE. 
2012.  Standard methods for American foulbrood
    research.  Journal of Apicultural Research 52(1):1-28

 

508.   TSURUDA, J.M., HARRIS, J.W., BOURGEOIS, A.L., DANKA, R.G., HUNT, G.J.  2012.  
          High-Resolution linkage analyses to identify genes that influence Varroa Sensitive Hygene Behavior 
          in Honey Bees.  PLOS 7(11):1-8 

 

507.     KHONGPHINITBUNJONG, K., DE GUZMAN, L.I., BURGETT, M.D., RINDERER, T.E.,
            CHANTAWANNAKAPUL, P.  2012 Behavioral responses underpinning resistance and
            susceptibility of honeybees to Tropilaelaps mercedeseae.  Apidologie 43(5):590-599

 

506.     KIRRANE, M.J., DE GUZMAN, L.I., RINDERER, T.E., FRAKE, A.M., WAGNITZ,
            J.J., WHELAN, P.M. 2012. Age and reproductive status of adult Varroa mites affect
            grooming success of honey bees. Experimental and Applied Acarology 56(1):

 

505.     DANKA, R.G., HARRIS, J.W., VILLALOBOS, E., GLENN, T.  2012.  Varroa
            destructor
resistance of honey bees in Hawaii, USA, with different genetic proportions of
            Varroa Sensitive Hygiene (VSH).  Journal of Apicultural Research 51(3):  288-290.

 

504.     HARRIS, J.W., DANKA, R.G., VILLA, J.D.  2012.  Changes in Infestation, Cell Cap
            Condition, and Reproductive Status of Varroa destructor  (Mesostigmata: Varroidae) in
            Brood Exposed to Honey Bees with Varroa Sensitive Hygiene.  Annals of Entomological
            Society of America 105(3):512-518.

 

503.     SAMMATARO, D., DE GUZMAN, L.I., GEORGE, S., OCHOA, R.  2012. 
            TRACHEAL MITES Chapter.  Tracheal mite, Acarapis woodi (Rennie) (Acari:
            Tarsonemidae).  Beebook 1-15

 

502.     DANKA, R.G., DE GUZMAN, L.I., RINDERER, T.E., SYLVESTER, H.A.,
            WAGENER, C.M.,
BOURGEOIS, A.L., HARRIS, J.W., VILLA, J.D.  2012. 
            Functionality of Varroa-Resistant Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) when used in
            Migratory Beekeeping for Crop Pollination.  Journal of Economic Entomology
            105(2):313-321

 

501.     BOURGEOIS, A.L., RINDERER, T.E., SYLVESTER, H.A., HOLLOWAY, B.A.,
            OLDROYD, B.P.  2012.  Patterns of Apis mellifera infestation by Nosema ceranae
            support the parasite hypothesis for the evolution of extreme polyandry in eusocial insects. 
            Apidologie 43 (5):539-548.

 

500.     RINDERER, T.E., DANKA, R.G., STELZER, J.A.  2012.  Seasonal inconsistencies in
            the relationship between honey bee longevity in field colonies and laboratory cages. 
           
Journal of Apicultural Research 51(2):  218-219.

 

499.     KIRRANE, M.J., DE GUZMAN, L.I., RINDERER, T.E., FRAKE, A.M., WAGNITZ,
            J.J., WHELAN, P.M.  2012.  A method for rapidly marking adult Varroa mites for use in
            brood inoculation experiments.  Journal of Apicultural Research 51(2):  212-213.

 

498.     HOLLOWAY, B.A., SYLVESTER, H.A., BOURGEOIS, L., RINDERER, T.E.  2012. 
            Association of single nucleotide polymorphisms to resistance to chalkbrood in Apis
            mellifera
.  Journal of Apicultural Research 51(2):  154-163.

 

496.     CORMAN, R.S., SCHATZ, M.C., JOHNSTON, S.J., CHEN, Y., PETTIS, J.S., HUNT, G.,
            BOURGEOIS, A.L., ELSIK, C., ANDERSON, D., GROZINGER, C.M., EVANS, J.D.  2010. 
            Genomic survey of the ectoparasitic mite Varroa destructor, a major pest of the honey bee
            Apis mellifera.  Biomed Central (BMC) Genomics 11:602.

 

495.     MUNDAY, M., RINDERER, T.E., RUEPPELL, O.  2012.  Ovariole number and ovary
            activation of Russian honeybee workers (Apis mellifera L.).  Journal of Apicultural
            Research 51(1):147-149

 

494.     BOURGEOIS, A.L., BEAMAN, G.L., HOLLOWAY, B.A., RINDERER, T.E.  2012. 
            External and internal detection of Nosema ceranae on honey bees using real-time PCR. 
            Journal of Invertebrate Pathology On-line 2012.01.002

 

493.     GREENFIELD, M.D., DANKA, R.G., GLEASON, J.M., HARRIS, B.R., ZHOU, Y. 
            2012.  Genotype x environment interaction, environmental heterogeneity and the lek
            paradox.  Journal of Evolutionary Biology On-Line 2012.01.27

 

492.     DE GUZMAN, L.I., FRAKE, A.M., RINDERER, T.E.  2011.  Marking small hive
            beetles with thoracic notching: effects on longevity, flight ability and fecundity. 
            Apidologie 43(4):425-431

 

491.     KIRRANE, M.J., DE GUZMAN, L.I., RINDERER, T.E., FRAKE, A.M., WAGNITZ,
            J.J., WHELAN, P.M.  2011.  Asynchronous Development of Honey Bee Host and Varroa
            destructor
(Mesostigmata: Varroidae) Influences Reproductive Potential of Mites.  
            Journal of Economic Entomology 104(4):1146-1152

 

490.     DANKA, R.G., HARRIS, J.W., VILLA, J.D.  2011  Expression of Varroa Sensitive
            Hygiene (VSH) in Commercial VSH Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae). 
Journal of
            Economic Entomology 104(3):745-749.

 

488.     Proceedings of the 2011 American Bee Research Conference (ABRC-24th).  American
            Bee Journal 151(5)
:507-518.

487.     SYLVESTER, H.A., BOURGEOIS, A.L., DE GUZMAN, L.I., RINDERER, T.E.  2011. 
            Presence Of Russian Honey Bee Genotypes In Swarms In Louisiana, Notes
            Science of Bee Culture 3(1):9-10, supplement to Bee Culture 139(3).

 

486.     RINDERER, T.E., DEGUZMAN, L.I., WAGNITZ, J.J., FRAKE, A.M.  2011.  The
            Effects of Hive Color and Feeding on the Size of Winter Clusters of Russian Honey Bee
            Colonies. 
Science of Bee Culture 3(1):5-8, supplement to Bee Culture 139(3).

 



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