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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

 

Presented here is a list of the research publications from 1969 through the present. 
USDA, ARS HONEY BEE BREEDING, GENETICS & PHYSIOLOGY

 

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Last Update:  October 7, 2015  


001.     RINDERER, T. E., ROTHENBUHLER, W. C., 1969.  Resistance to American Foulbrood in Honey
      Bees x Comparative Mortality of Queen, Worker and Drone Larvae.  Journal of Invertebrate
      Pathology 13(1):81-86
     

002.     ROBERTS, W., 1969.  The Development of Hybrid Bee Breeding in the U.S.  The 21st International
      Apicultural Congress 23:226-229      

 

003.     OERTEL, E., 1969. Losses Caused by the Greater Wax Moth.  American Bee Journal
      109(4):145      

  

004.     ROBERTS, W., STRANGER, W., 1969. Survey of the Package Bee and Queen Industry. 
     
American Bee Journal 109(1):8-11     

 

005.     KAUFFELD, N., LEVIN, M., ROBERTS, W., MOELLER, F., 1970.  Disposable Pollination 
      Units, a Revived Concept of Crop Pollination.  American Bee Journal 110(3):88-89      

 

006.      GLANCEY, M., ROBERTS, W., SPENSE, J., 1970.  Honey-bee Populations Exposed to
      Bait Containing Mirex Applied for Control of Imported Fire Ants.  American Bee Journal
      110(8):314      

 

007.     MACKENSEN, O., TUCKER, K., 1970.  Instrumental Insemination of Queen Bees.
     Agriculture Handbook No. 390     

 

008.     MACKENSEN, O., NYE, P., 1970.  Selective Breeding of Honey Bees for Alfalfa Pollen 
     Collection: with Tests in High and Low Alfalfa Pollen Collection Regions.  Journal of
     Apicultural Research  9(2):61-64   

  

009.     LACKETT, J., 1971.  Liquefying Crystallized Honey with a Microwave Oven.  American
     Bee Journal 111(8):300-301     

 

010.     OERTEL, E., 1971.  Effect of Post-Treatment Temperature upon Worker Honey Bees
     Exposed to Varying Doses of 60 Co Gamma Radiation.  Annals of the Entomological
     Society of America 64(1):268-270      

 

011.     OERTEL, E., 1971.  Honey Prices since 1880.  American Bee Journal  111(2):50-51      

 

012.     OERTEL, E., 1971. Solar Radiation and Honey Production.  Gleanings in Bee Culture
     99(11):397-398     

 

013.     OERTEL, E., 1971.  Reviving an Apiary.  Gleanings in Bee Culture 99(2):68-69     

 

014.     OERTEL, E., 1971.  Acreage of Some Cultivated Crops Providing Nectar or Pollen or
     Both to Honey Bees.  American Bee Journal 112(6):214-216           

 

015.     USDA, 1971.  Beekeeping in the United States. ARS Agricultural Handbook No. 335     

 

016.     KAUFFELD, N., WILLIAMS, J., LEHNERT, T., MOELLER, F., 1972.  Nosema 
     Control in Package Bee Production-Fumigation with Ethylene Oxide and Feeding with
     Fumagillin.  American Bee Journal 112(8):297-299, 301     

 

017.     KAUFFELD, N., WILLIAMS, J., 1972.  Honey Bees as Pollinators of Pickling Cucumbers 
     in Wisconsin.  American Bee Journal 112(7):252-254     

 

018.     TUCKER, K., BLUM, M., 1972.  No Gibberellic Acid Found in Royal Jelly.  Annals of the
     Entomological Society of America 65(4):989-990     

 

019.     LACKETT, J., BURKHARDT, C., HITCHCOCK, J., 1972.  Oxodene [Reg. Trademark]
     (Chlorine Dioxide): Longevity of Honey Bees.   Journal of Economic Entomology 65(1):19-20      

 

020.     ROBERTS, W., 1972.  Honey Bee Stock Center Progress Report.  American Bee Journal
     112(6):208-209      

 

021.     HARBO, J., BISHOP, J., REYNOLDS, G., HARP, E.  Stock Center Inventory-1973.  American Bee
      Journal 113(12):450-453     

 

022.     HARBO, J., 1973. Handling Stored Semen of Honey Bees. Proceedings of the 24th International
      Apicultural Congress.  Apimondia: 338-344.     

            

023.     KAUFFELD, N., 1973.  Queen Honey Bees in Colonies: Susceptibility to Nosema Disease.  
     
American Bee Journal 113(1):12-14     

 

024.     NIELSEN, R., CANTWELL, G., 1973.  The Question of Parthenogenesis in the Greater Wax 
     Moth.  Journal of Economic Entomology 66(1):37-38     

 

025.     WILLIAMS, J., 1973.  Fumagillin-Treated Extender Patties Ineffective for Nosema Control in 
      Package Colonies.  American Bee Journal 113(2):58-59     

 

026.     MACKENSEN, O., TUCKER, K., 1973.  Preference for Some Other Pollen Shown by Lines of 
      Honeybees Selected for High and Low Alfalfa Pollen Collections.  Journal of Apicultural Research 
      12(3):187-190      

 

027.     KAUFFELD, N., 1973.  Pollen Trap with Trash Collector.  American Bee Journal 113(11):
      410-411     

 

028.     WILSON, W., ROSE, J., ELLIOTT, J., LACKETT, J., 1973. Antibiotic Paper Packs:  Another 
      Method of Prolonging Drug Treatments in Honey Bee Colonies.  American Bee Journal 113(9):
      338-340
     

029.     RINDERER, T. E., ROTHENBUHLER, W. C., GOCHNAUER, T. A., 1974.  The Influence of
      Pollen on the Susceptibility of Honey-Bee Larvae to Bacillus larvae.  Journal of Invertebrate
      Pathology 23:347-350

 

030.     RINDERER, T. E., 1974.  Infectivity Degradation by Ribonuclease and Table Sugar of a 
      Nonoccluded Virus Inoculum Prepared from the Honey Bee.  Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 
      24:120-121

 

031.     HARBO, J., 1974.  A Technique for Handling Stored Semen of Honey Bees.  Annals of the
      Entomological Society of America 67(2):191-194

 

032.     WILLIAMS, J., KAUFFELD, N., 1974.  Winter Conditions in Commercial Colonies in Louisiana. 
      American Bee Journal 114(6):219-221

 

033.     ROBERTS, W., 1974.  A Standard Stock of Honey Bees.  Journal of Apicultural Research  
     
13(2):113-20

 

034.     RINDERER, T. E., ROTHENBUHLER, W., KULINCEVIC, J., 1975.  Responses to Three
      Genetically Different Stocks of the Honeybee to a Virus from Bees with Hairless-Black Syndrome. 
      Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 25:297-300

 

035.     RINDERER, T. E., ROTHENBUHLER, W., 1975.  The Fate and Effect of Hairs Removed from
      Honeybees with Hairless-Black Syndrome.  Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 26:305-308

 

036.     KAUFFELD, N., 1975.  Overwintering of Colonies of Honey Bees with Restricted and Unrestricted
      Brood-rearing in Louisiana.  American Bee Journal 115(2):480-481,490

 

037.     KAUFFELD, N., HERNANDEZ, R., WRIGHT, J., MISARACA, S., 1975.  Cucumber
      Production in Louisiana with Honey Bees as Pollinators.  American Bee Journal 115(3):
      94-95,101(4):156

 

038.     HARBO, J., 1975.  Measuring the Concentration of Spermatozoa from Honey Bees with
      Spectrophotometry.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 8(6):1050-1052

 

039.     OERTEL, E., 1975. Beekeeping in Louisiana. Gleanings in Bee Culture 103(11):356-357

 

040.     RINDERER, T. E., ROTHENBUHLER, W., 1976.  Characteristic Field Symptoms Comprising
      Honeybee Hairless-Black Syndrome Induced in the Laboratory by a Virus.  Journal of Invertebrate
      Pathology 27:215-219

 

041.     OERTEL, E., 1976.  Early Records of Honey Bees in the Eastern United States, Part I.  American
      Bee Journal 116(2):70-71

 

042.     OERTEL, E., 1976.  Early Records of Honey Bees in the Eastern United States, Part II.  American
      Bee Journal 116(3):114 & 128

 

043.     OERTEL, E., 1976.  Early Records of Honey Bees in the Eastern United States, Part III.  American
      Bee Journal 116(4):156-157

 

044.     OERTEL, E., 1976.  Early Records of Honey Bees in the Eastern United States, Part IV.  American
      Bee Journal 116(5):214-215

 

045.     OERTEL, E., 1976.  Early Records of Honey Bees in the Eastern United States, Conclusion. 
     
American Bee Journal 116(6):260-261, 290

 

046.     KAUFFELD, N., TAYLOR, E., 1976.  Honey Bee Problems in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas. 
      American Bee Journal 116(5):220,222,232

 

047.     RINDERER, T. E., 1976.  Honey Bees:  Individual Feeding of Large Numbers of Adult Workers. 
      Journal of Economic Entomology 69(4):489-491

 

048.     WILLIAMS, J., 1976.  Status of the Greater Wax Moth, Galleria mellonella in the United States
      Beekeeping Industry.  American Bee Journal 116(11):524-526

 

049.     HARBO, J., 1976.  The Effect of Insemination on the Egg-Laying Behavior of Honey Bees.  Annals
      of the Entomological Society of America 69(6):1036-1038

 

050.     NIELSEN, R., BRISTER, C., 1976.  The Greater Wax Moth: Adult Behavior.  Annals of the
      Entomological Society of America 70(1):101-103

 

051.     RINDERER, T. E., GREEN, T., 1976.  Serological Relationship between Chronic Bee Paralysis
      Virus and the Virus Causing Hairless-Black Syndrome in the Honeybee.  Journal of Invertebrate
      Pathology 27:403-405

 

052.     HARBO, J., 1977.  Survival of Honey Bee Spermatozoa in Liquid Nitrogen.  Annals of the
      Entomological Society of America 70(2):257-258

 

053.     RINDERER, T. E., 1977.  A New Approach to Honey Bee Breeding at the Baton Rouge USDA
      Laboratory.  American Bee Journal  117(3):146-147

 

054.     RINDERER, T. E., ELLIOTT, K. D., 1977.  The Effect of Comb on the Longevity of Caged Adult
      Honey Bees.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 70(3):365-366

 

055.     RINDERER, T. E., ELLIOTT, K. D., 1977.  Worker Honey Bee Response to Infection with Nosema
      apis
:  Influence of Diet.  Journal of Economic Entomology 70(4):431-433

 

056.     RINDERER, T. E., ELLIOTT, K. D., 1977.  Influence of Nosematosis on the Hoarding Behavior of
      the Honeybee.  Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 30:110-111

 

057.     RINDERER, T. E., ELLIOTT, K. D., 1977.  Measuring the Heritability of Characters of Honey
      Bees.  Journal of Apicultural Research  16(1):95-98

 

058.     DALY, H., BALLING, S., 1978.  Identification of Africanized Honeybees in the Western
      Hemisphere by Discriminant Analysis.  Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 51(4):857-869

 

059.     RINDERER, T. E., SYLVESTER, H., 1978.  Variation in Response to Nosema apis, Longevity, and
      Hoarding Behavior in a Free-Mating Population of the Honey Bee.  Annals of the Entomological
      Society of America 71(3):372-374

 

060.     RINDERER, T. E., WILLIAMS, J., 1978.  Current Research at the USDA, SEA, Bee Breeding and
      Stock Center Laboratory in Baton Rouge, LA.  American Bee Journal 118(6):397-399

 

061.     HARVILLE, B., LACKETT, J., 1978.  Foraging Behavior of Caged Honey Bees in White Clover. 
     
Journal of Economic Entomology 71(3):481-482

 

062.     RINDERER, T. E., ROTHENBUHLER, W., FARRELL, K., 1978.  Modification of Chronic Bee
      Paralysis in Honey Bee Colonies by Ribonuclease.  Journal of Apicultural Research 17(2):74-80

 

063.     RINDERER, T. E., BAXTER, J., 1978.  Effect of Empty Comb on Hoarding Behavior and Honey
      Production of the Honey Bee.  Journal of Economic Entomology 71(5):757-759

 

064.     RINDERER, T. E., BAXTER, J., 1978.  Honey Bees:  The Effect of a Group Size on Longevity and
      Hoarding in Laboratory Cages.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 71(5):732

 

065.     TUCKER, K., 1978.  Abnormalities and Noninfectious Diseases.  Honey Bee Pests, Predators, and
      Diseases.  pg. 257-274

 

066.     WILLIAMS, J., 1978.  Insects: Lepidoptera (Moths).  Honey Bee Pests, Predators, and Disease.  pg.
      105-127

 

067.     SYLVESTER, H., 1978.  Response of Honey Bees to Different Concentrations of Sucrose in a
      Hoarding Test.  American Bee Journal 118(11):746-747

 

068.     COLLINS, A., ROTHENBUHLER, W., 1978.  Laboratory Test of the Response to an Alarm
      Chemical, Isopentyl Acetate, by Apis mellifera.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 71
      (6):906-909

 

069.     SYLVESTER, H., RINDERER, T. E., 1978.  Assessing Longevity, Hoarding Behavior and
      Response to Nosema in Honey Bees.  American Bee Journal 118(12):806-807

 

070.     BLUM, M., FALES, H., TUCKER, K., COLLINS, A., 1978.  Chemistry of the Sting Apparatus 
      of the Worker Honeybee.  Journal of Apicultural Research 17(4):218-221

 

071.     RINDERER, T. E., BAXTER, J., CARTER, C., MORNHINVEG, L., 1979.  Empty Comb
      Stimulates Honey Production.  American Bee Journal 119(1):40-43

 

072.     SYLVESTER, H., 1979.  Honey Bees:  Response to Galactose and Lactose Incorporated into
      Sucrose Syrup.  Journal of Economic Entomology 72(1):81-82

 

073.     HARBO, J., 1979.  Storage of Honeybee Spermatozoa at -196?C.  Journal of Apicultural Research  
     
18(1):57-63

 

074.     SYLVESTER, H., 1979.  The Effects of Lactose and Galactose on Bees Caged with Comb Pieces. 
      American Bee Journal 119(5):478

 

075.     RINDERER, T. E., BAXTER, J., 1979.  Honey Bee Hoarding Behavior: Effects of Previous
      Stimulation by Empty Comb.  Animal Behavior 27(2):426-428

 

076.     HARBO, J., 1979.  Egg Hatch of Honey Bees Fertilized with Frozen Spermatozoa.  Annals of the
      Entomological Society of America 72(4):516-518

 

077.     HARBO, J., 1979.  The Rate of Depletion of Spermatozoa in the Queen Honeybee Spermatheca. 
     
Journal of Apicultural Research  18(3):204-207

 

078.     COLLINS, A., 1979.  Genetics of the Response of the Honeybee to an Alarm Chemical, Isopentyl
      Acetate.  Journal of Apicultural Research 18(4):285-291

 

079.     NIELSEN, R., BRISTER, C., 1979.  Greater Wax Moth: Behavior of Larvae.  Annals of the
      Entomological Society of America 72(6):811-815

 

080.     COLLINS, A., RINDERER, T. E., TUCKER, K., SYLVESTER, H., LACKETT, J., 1979.  A
      Model of Honeybee Defensive Behaviour.  Journal of Apicultural Research  19(4):224-231

 

081.     TUCKER, K., 1980.  Tolerance to Carbaryl in Honey Bees Increased by Selection.  American Bee
      Journal 120(1):36-37, 39-41, 46

 

082.     RINDERER, T. E., BAXTER, J., 1980.  Hoarding Behavior of the Honey Bee: Effects of Empty
      Comb, Comb Color, and Genotype.  Environmental Entomology 9(2):104-105

 

083.     COLLINS, A., 1980.  Effect of Age on the Response to Alarm Pheromones by Caged Honey Bees. 
      Annals of the Entomological Society of America 73(3):307-309

 

084.     HARVILLE, B., RINDERER, T. E., LACKETT, J., 1980.  Evaluating Honey Bees for White Clover
      Pollination.  Louisiana Agriculture 24(1):16-17, 19

 

085.     KUBASEK, K., RINDERER, T. E., LEE, W., 1980.  Isogenic Sperm Line Maintenance in the
      Honey Bee.  Journal of Heredity 71:278-280

 

086.     RINDERER, T. E., BAXTER, J., 1980.  Amount of Empty Comb, Color and Honey Production.  
      American Bee Journal 120(9):641-642

 

087.     OERTEL, E., RINDERER, T. E., HARVILLE, B. G., 1980.  Changing Trends in Southeastern
      Louisiana Honey Production through 25 Years.  American Bee Journal 120(11):763-765

 

088.     HARBO, J., RINDERER, T. E., 1980.  Breeding and Genetics of Honey Bees.  USDA, ARS
      Agriculture Handbook No. 335:49-57

 

089.     RINDERER, T. E., BAXTER, J., 1980.  Honey Bee Hoarding of High Fructose Corn Syrup and
      Cane Sugar Syrup.  American Bee Journal 120(12):817-818

 

090.     MARDAN, M., RINDERER, T. E., 1980.  Effects of Carbon Dioxide and Cold Anesthesia on the
      Hoarding Behavior of the Honey Bee.  Journal of Apicultural Research 19(3):149-153

 

091.     HARBO, J., 1980.  Mosaic Male Honey Bee Produced by Queens Inseminated with Frozen
      Spermatozoa.  Journal of Heredity 71(6):435-436

 

092.     TUCKER, K., 1980.  Tests for Linkage and Other Interaction in the Honey Bee.  Journal of Heredity
      71(6):452-454

 

093.     OERTEL, E., 1980.  History of Beekeeping in the United States.  USDA, ARS, Agriculture
      Handbook No. 335:2-9 (See Reprint #178)

 

094.     OERTEL, E., 1980.  Nectar and Pollen Plants.  USDA, ARS, Agriculture Handbook No. 335:16-23 
      (See Reprint #178 & 221)

 

095.     TUCKER, K., 1980.  Queens, Package Bees, and Nuclei: Production and Demand.  USDA, ARS,
      Agriculture Handbook No. 335:58-63 (See Reprint #'s 178, 221 & 222)

 

096.     COLLINS, A., 1981.  Effects of Temperature and Humidity on Honey-Bee Response to Alarm 
      Pheromones.  Journal of Apicultural Research 20(1):13-18

 

097.     RINDERER, T. E., SYLVESTER, H., 1981.  Identification of Africanized Bees.  American Bee 
      Journal 121(7):512-516

 

098.     HARBO, J., 1981.  Viability of Honey Bee Eggs from Progeny of Frozen Spermatozoa.  Annals
      of the Entomological Society of America 74(5):482-486

 

099.     RINDERER, T. E., HARVILLE, B., LACKETT, J., BAXTER, J., 1981.  Variation in Honey Bee 
      Morphology, Behavior, and Seed Set in White Clover.  Annals of the Entomological Society of
      America 74(5):459-461

 

100.     HARBO, J., BOLTEN, A., 1981.  Development Times of Male and Female Eggs of the Honey Bee. 
      Annals of the Entomological Society of America 74(5):504-506

 

101.     HARBO, J., BOLTEN, A., RINDERER, T. E., COLLINS, A., 1981. Development Periods for
      Eggs of Africanized and European Honeybees.  Journal of Apicultural Research  20(3):156-159

 

102.     RINDERER, T. E., COLLINS, A., BOLTEN, A., HARBO, J., 1981.  Size of Nest Cavities
      Selected by Swarms of Africanized Honeybees in Venezuela.  Journal of Apicultural Research
      20(3):160-164

 

103.     RINDERER, T. E., 1981.  Honeybee Characters that Aid Pollination (Condensation of "Variation in
      Honey Bee Morphology, Behavior, and Seed Set in White Clover").  Bioscience 31(11):759-760

 

104.     RINDERER, T. E., 1981.  Volatiles from Empty Comb Increase Hoarding by the Honey Bee. 
     
Animal Behavior 29(4):1275-1276

 

105.     OERTEL, E., 1981.  Honey Bees Taken to Cuba from Florida in 1764.  American Bee Journal 121
      (12):880

 

106.     DALY, H., HOELMER, K., NORMAN, P, ALLEN, T., 1982.   Computer-Assisted Measurement
      and Identification of Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae).  Entomological Society of America
      75(6):591-594

 

107.     COLLINS, A., 1982.  Bioassay of Compounds Derived from the Honeybee Sting.  Journal of
      Chemical Ecology 8(2):463-470

 

108.     KULINCEVIC, J. M., ROTHENBUHLER, W. C., RINDERER, T. E., 1982.  Disappearing Disease
      Part I - Effects of Certain Protein Sources Given to Honey-Bee Colonies in Florida.  American Bee
      Journal 122(3):189-191

 

109.     RINDERER, T. E., 1982.  Socio-chemical Alteration of Honeybee Hoarding Behavior.  Journal of
      Chemical Ecology 8(5):867-871

 

110.     RINDERER, T. E., 1982.  Maximal Stimulation by Comb of Honey Bee (Apis mellifera) Hoarding
      Behavior.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 75(3):311-312

 

111.     BOLTEN, A., HARBO, J., 1982.  Numbers of Spermatozoa in the Spermatheca of the Queen
      Honeybee after Multiple Inseminations with Small Volumes of Semen.  Journal of Apicultural
      Research 21(1):7-10

 

112.     HARBO, J., 1982.  The Use of Egg Mortality to Detect Health Hazards to Bees.  Gleanings in Bee
      Culture 110(8):463-466

 

113.     COLLINS, A., 1982.  Behavior Genetics of Honey Bee Alarm Communication.  Proceedings of
       the 9th Congress of the International Union for the Study of Social Insects.  The Biology of
       Social Insects pg. 307-311

 

114.     WILLIAMS, J., HARBO, J., 1982.  Bioassay for Diluents of Honey Bee Semen.  Annals of the
      Entomological Society of America 75(4):457-459

 

115.     COLLINS, A., KUBASEK, K., 1982.  Field Test of Honey Bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) Colony
      Defensive Behavior.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 75(4):383-387

 

116.     RINDERER, T. E., BOLTEN, A., HARBO, J., COLLINS, A., 1982.  Hoarding Behavior of
      European and Africanized Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae).   Journal of Economic
      Entomology 75(4):714-715

 

117.     SYLVESTER, H., 1982.  Electrophoretic Identification of Africanized Honey Bees.  Journal of
      Apicultural Research 21(2):93-97

 

118.     RINDERER, T. E., 1982.  Regulated Nectar Harvesting by the Honeybee.   Journal of Apicultural
      Research 21(2):74-87

 

119.     RINDERER, T. E., TUCKER, K., COLLINS, A., 1982.  Nest Cavity Selection by Swarms of
      European and Africanized Honeybees.  Journal of Apicultural Research 21(2):98-103

 

120.     COLLINS, A., RINDERER, T. E., HARBO, J., BOLTEN, A., 1982.  Colony Defense by
      Africanized and European Honey Bees.  Science 218(10):72-74

 

121.     RINDERER, T. E., 1982.  Behavioral Genetic Analysis of Colony-Defense by Honey Bees. 
      Proceedings of the 1st International Symposium by the International Union for the Study of Social
      Insects and the Sociedad Mexicana De Entomologia.   Social Insects in the Tropics 1:249-254

 

122.     COLLINS, A., 1983.  Alarm Responses Caused by Newly Identified Compounds Derived from the
      Honeybee Sting.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 9(1):57-65

 

123.     RINDERER, T. E., 1983.  Disappearing Disease - II: Effects of Certain Protein Sources on Brood
      Rearing and Length of Life in the Honey Bee under Laboratory Conditions.  American Bee Journal
      123(1):50-53

 

124.     SYLVESTER, H., RINDERER, T. E., BOLTEN, A., 1983.  Honey Sac Contents: A Technique for
      Collection and Measurement in Foraging Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae).  Journal of Economic
      Entomology 76(1):204-206

 

125.     An Update of the Africanized Honey Bee.  USDA, ARS, Information Division, April 1983

 

126.     HARBO, J., 1983.  Survival of Honey Bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) Spermatozoa after Two Years in
      Liquid Nitrogen (-196?C Degrees).  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 76(5):890-891

 

127.     HARBO, J., 1983.  Effect of Population Size on Worker Survival and Honey Loss in Broodless
      Colonies of Honey Bees, Apis mellifera L.  (Hymenoptera: Apidae).  Environmental Entomology 12
      (5):1559-1563

 

128.     WILLIAMS, J., 1983.  Effect of Osmotic Pressure on Insemination Success Using Incubated Honey
      Bee Semen.  American Bee Journal 123(12):849-850, 852

 

129.     RINDERER, T. E., 1983.  Regulation of Honey Bee Hoarding Efficiency.  Apidologie 14(2):87-92

 

130.     RINDERER, T. E., COLLINS, A., BROWN, M., 1983.  Heritabilities and Correlations of the Honey
      Bee:  Response to Nosema apis, Longevity & Alarm Response to Isopentyl Acetate.  Apidologie 14
      (2):79-85

 

131.     BLUM, M., FALES, H., JONES, T., RINDERER, T. E., TUCKER, K., 1983. Caste-Specific Esters 
      Derived from the Queen Honey Bee Sting Apparatus. Comparative Biochemical Physiology  75B
      (2):237-238

 

132.     COLLINS, A., 1984.  Artificial Selection of Desired Characteristics.  USDA Technical Bulletin, 
      pg. 9-19

 

133.     COLLINS, A., MCDANIEL, C., HOWARD, R., BLOMQUIST, G., 1984.   Hydrocarbons of the 
      Cuticle, Sting Apparatus and Sting Shaft of Apis mellifera L.  Identification and Preliminary 
      Evaluation as Chemotaxonomic Characters.  Sociobiology 8(3):287-298

 

134.     COLLINS, A., RINDERER, T. E., HARBO, J., BROWN, M., 1984.  Heritabilities and Correlations 
      for Several Characters in the Honey Bee.  Journal of Heredity 75(1):135-140

 

135.     HARBO, J., SZABO, T., 1984.  A Comparison of Instrumentally Inseminated and Naturally Mated 
      Queens.  Journal of Apicultural Research 23(1):31-36

 

136.     KULINCEVIC, J., ROTHERBUHLER, W., RINDERER, T. E., 1984.  Disappearing Disease - III:  
      A Comparison of Seven Different Stocks of the Honey Bee (Apis mellifera).  Ohio Agriculture 
      Center Bulletin #1160

 

137.     RINDERER, T. E., BOLTEN, A., COLLINS, A., HARBO, J., 1984. Nectar-Foraging
      Characteristics of Africanized and European Honeybees in the Neotropics.  Journal of
      Apicultural Research 23(2):70-79

 

138.     RINDERER, T. E., HADSTAD, W., 1984.  The Effect of Empty Comb on the Proportion of 
      Foraging Honeybees Collecting Nectar.  Journal of Apicultural Research 23(2):80-81

 

139.     BIAN, Z., FALES, H., BLUM, M., JONES, T., RINDERER, T. E., HOWARD, D., 1984. 
     
Chemistry of Cephalic Secretion of Fire Bee Trigona (Oxytrigona) Tataira.   Journal of
      Chemical Ecology 10(3):451-461

 

140.     COLLINS, A., RINDERER, T. E., 1985.  Effect of Empty Comb on Defensive Behavior of
      Honeybees.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 11(3):333-338

 

141.     HELLMICH, R., KULINCEVIC, J., ROTHENBUHLER, W., 1985.  Selection for High and Low
      Pollen-Hoarding Honey Bees.  Journal of Heredity 76:155-158

 

142.     RINDERER, T. E., HELLMICH, R., DANKA, R. G., COLLINS, A., 1985. Male Reproductive
      Parasitism:  A Factor in the Africanization of European Honey-Bee Populations.   Science
      228:1119-1121

 

143.     HARBO, J., 1985.  Instrumental Insemination of Queen Bees.  American Bee Journal 25(3):
      197-202; (4):282-287

 

144.     RINDERER, T. E., COLLINS, A., PESANTE, D., 1985.  A Comparison of Africanized and
      European Drones: Weights, Mucus Gland and Seminal Vesicle Weight and Counts of Spermatozoa. 
      Apidologie 16(4):407-412

 

145.     RINDERER, T. E., 1985.  Africanized Honeybees in Venezuela: Honey Production and Foraging
      Behavior.  Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Apiculture in Tropical Climates
      3:112-116

 

146.     HARBO, J., 1985.  Breeding Honey Bees.  Parthenogensis.  Sex Determination in the Honey Bee. 
     
Sperm Storage.  The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Beekeeping, pg. 55-56, 289, 349-350, 358

 

147.     RINDERER, T. E., 1985.  Genetics of the Honey Bee.   The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Beekeeping,
      pg. 153-155

 

148.     RINDERER, T. E., COLLINS, A., TUCKER, K., 1985.  Honey-Production and Underlying Nectar
      Harvesting Activities of Africanized and European Honeybees.  Journal of Apicultural Research 23
      (3):161-167

 

149.     COLLINS, A., 1985.  Africanized Bees in Venezuela:  Defensive Behavior.  Proceedings of the 3rd
      International Conference on Apiculture in Tropical Climates 3:117-122

 

150.     COLLINS, A., 1985.  Africanized Bees in Venezuela.  Proceedings of the Annual Conference of
      Apiary Inspectors of America, pg. 25-32

 

151.     HELLMICH, R., DANKA, R. G., RINDERER, T. E., COLLINS, A., 1986.  Comparison of
      Africanized and European Queen-Mating Colonies in Venezuela.  Apidologie 17(3):217-226

 

152.     EISCHEN, F., RINDERER, T. E., DIETZ, A., 1986.  Nocturnal Defense Responses of Africanized
      and European Honey Bees to the Greater Wax Moth (Galleria mellonella L.). Animal Behavior
      34:1070-1077

 

153.     RINDERER, T. E., SYLVESTER, H., BROWN, M., VILLA, J., PESANTE, D., COLLINS, A.,
      1986.  Field and Simplified Techniques for Identifying Africanized and European Honey Bees. 
      Apidologie 17(1):33-48

 

154.     DANKA, R. G., RINDERER, T. E., HELLMICH, R., COLLINS, A., 1986. Comparative
      Toxicities of Four Topically-Applied Insecticides to Africanized and European Honey Bees
      (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Journal of Economic Entomology 79(1):18-21

 

155.     HARBO, J., 1986.  Oviposition Rates of Instrumentally Inseminated and Naturally Mated Queen
      Honey Bees (Hymenoptera:  Apidae).  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 79(1):
      112-115

 

156.     RINDERER, T. E., 1986.  Africanized Bees:  An Overview.  American Bee Journal
      126(2):98-100,128-129

 

157.     HELLMICH, R., ROTHENBUHLER, W., 1986.  Relationship between Different Amounts of Brood
      and the Collection and Use of Pollen by the Honey Bee (Apis mellifera).  Apidologie 17(1):13-20

 

158.     SYLVESTER, H., RINDERER, T. E., 1986.  Africanized Bees: Progress in Identification
      Procedures.  American Bee Journal 126(5):330-333

 

159.     HARBO, J., 1986.  Effect of Population Size on Brood Production, Worker Survival and Honey
      Gain in Colonies of Honeybees.  Journal of Apicultural Research 25(1):22-29

 

160.     HELLMICH, R., ROTHENBUHLER, W., 1986.  Pollen Hoarding and Use by High and Low
      Pollen-Hoarding Honeybees during the Course of Brood Rearing.  Journal of Apicultural Research
      25(1):30-34

 

161.     HARBO, J., 1986.  Sterility in Honey Bees Caused by Dimethyl Sulfoxide.  Journal of Heredity 77
      (2):129-130

 

162.     COLLINS, A., RINDERER, T. E., 1986.  The Defensive Behavior of the Africanized Bee.  
     
American Bee Journal 126(9):623-627

 

163.     HELLMICH, R., DANKA, R. G., COLLINS, A., RINDERER, T. E., 1986.  Laying Worker
      Production of Drones in Mixed Colonies of Africanized and European Honey Bees (Hymenoptera:
      Apidae).  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 79(5):833-836

 

164.     RINDERER, T. E., COLLINS, A., 1986.  Behavioral Genetics.  Bee Genetics and Breeding,
      pg.155-176

 

165.     SYLVESTER, H., 1986.  Biochemical Genetics.  Bee Genetics and Breeding, pg. 177-203

 

166.     COLLINS, A., RINDERER, T. E., 1986.  Quantitative Genetics.  Bee Genetics and Breeding,
      pg. 283-304

 

167.     RINDERER, T. E., 1986.  Selection.  Bee Genetics and Breeding, pg. 305-321

 

168.     HARBO, J., 1986.  Propagation and Instrumental Insemination.  Bee Genetics and Breeding,
      pg. 361-389

 

169.     DANKA, R. G., RINDERER, T. E., 1986.  Africanized Bees and Pollination.  American Bee Journal
      126(1):680-682

 

170.     RINDERER, T. E., SYLVESTER, H., COLLINS, A., PESANTE, D., 1986.  Identification of
      Africanized and European Honey-Bees: Effects of Nurse-Bee Genotype and Comb Size.  Bulletin
      of  the Entomology Society of Americas 32(3):150-152

 

171.     Proceedings of the 1986 American Bee Research Conference (ABRC-1st).  American Bee Journal
      126(12):827-836

 

172.     RINDERER, T. E., 1986.  Africanized Bees: The Africanized Process and Potential Range in the
      United States.  Bulletin of the Entomology Society of Americas. 32(4):222-227

 

173.     RINDERER, T. E., COLLINS, A., HELLMICH, R., DANKA, R. G., 1986. Regulation of the
      Hoarding Efficiency of Africanized and European Honey Bees.  Apidologie 17(3):227-232

 

174.     DANKA, R. G., RINDERER, T. E., HELLMICH, R., COLLINS, A., 1986.  Foraging Population
      Sizes of Africanized and European Honey Bee (Apis mellifera L.) Colonies.  Apidologie 17(3):
      193-202

 

175.     WILLIAMS, J., 1986.  Metamorphosis of the Micropylar Chorion of the Honey Bee (Hymenoptera:
      Apidae) Egg.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 79(6):971-974

 

176.     VILLA, J., 1987.  Africanized and European Colony Conditions at Different Elevations in
      Colombia.  American Bee Journal 127(1):53-57

 

177.     COLLINS, A., BROWN, M., RINDERER, T. E., HARBO, J., TUCKER, K., 1987.  Heritabilities of
      Honey Bee Alarm Pheromone Production.  Journal of Heredity. 78(1):29-31

 

178.     RINDERER, T. E., WRIGHT, J., SHIMANUKI, H., PARKER, F., ERICKSON, E., WILSON, W.,
      1987.  The Proposed Honey-Bee Regulated Zone in Mexico.  American Bee Journal 127(3):160-164

 

179.     WILLIAMS, J., 1987.  Wind-Directed Pheromone Trap for Drone Honey Bees (Hymenoptera:
      Apidae).  Journal of Economic Entomology 80(2):532-536

 

180.     DANKA, R. G., GARY, N., 1987.  Estimating Foraging Populations of Honey Bees (Hymenoptera:
      Apidae) From Individual Colonies.  Journal of Economic Entomology 80(2):544-547

 

181.     MCDANIEL, C., HOWARD, R., COLLINS, A., BROWN, W., 1987.  Variation in the Hydrocarbon
      Composition of Non-Africanized Apis mellifera L. Sting Apparatus.  Sociobiology 13(2):133-143

 

182.     RINDERER, T. E., COLLINS, A., HELLMICH, R., DANKA, R. G., 1987.  Differential Drone
      Production by Africanized and European Honey Bee Colonies.  Apidologie 18(1):61-67

 

183.     VILLA, J., GENTRY, C., TAYLOR, O., 1987.  Preliminary Observations on Thermoregulation,
      Clustering, and Energy Utilization in African and European Honey Bees.  Journal of the Kansas
      Entomological Society  60(1):4-14

 

184.     DANKA, R. G., RINDERER, T. E., COLLINS, A., HELLMICH, R., 1987.  Responses of 
      Africanized Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) to Pollination Management Stress.  Journal
      of Economic Entomology 80(3):621-624

 

185.     SYLVESTER, H., RINDERER, T. E., 1987.  Fast Africanized Bee Identification System (FABIS)
      Manual.  American Bee Journal 127(7):511-516

 

186.     RINDERER, T. E., SYLVESTER, H., BUCO, S., LANCASTER, V., HERBERT, E., COLLINS,
      A., HELLMICH, R., 1987.  Improved Simple Techniques for Identifying Africanized and European
      Honey Bees.  Apidologie 18(2):179-196

 

187.     DELAPLANE, K., HARBO, J., 1987.  Drone Production by Young versus Old Worker
      Honeybees in Queenless Colonies.  Apidologie 18(2):115-120

 

188.     BUCO, S., RINDERER, T. E., SYLVESTER, H., COLLINS, A., LANCASTER, V., CREW, R.,
      1987.  Morphometric Differences between South American Africanized and South African
      (Apis mellifera scutellata) Honey Bees.  Apidologie 18(3):217-222

 

189.     DANKA, R. G., COLLISON, C., 1987.  Laboratory Evaluation of Dimethoate Repellence to Honey
      Bees.  Sonderdruckaus.  Bd. 104(H. 2):S. 211-214

 

190.     DANKA, R. G., HELLMICH, R., RINDERER, T. E., COLLINS, A., 1987.  Diet-Selection Ecology
      of Tropically and Temperately Adapted Honey Bees.  Animal Behavior 35(6):1858-1863

 

191.     DELAPLANE, K., HARBO, J., 1987.  Effect of Queenlessness on Worker Survival, Honey Gain
      and Defense Behavior in Honey Bees.  Journal of Apicultural Research 26(1):37-42

 

192.     PESANTE, D., RINDERER, T. E., COLLINS, A., 1987.  Differential Pollen Collection by
      Africanized and European Honeybees in Venezuela.  Journal of Apicultural Research 26(1):24-29

 

193.     COLLINS, A., 1987.  Colony Defense by the Africanized Honey Bee in Venezuela.  Proceedings of
      Africanized Honey Bee Symposium, American Farm Bureau Research Foundation, pg 10-17

 

194.     HARBO, J., WILLIAMS, J., 1987.  Effect of Above-Freezing Temperatures on Temporary Storage
      of Honeybee Spermatozoa.  Journal of Apicultural Research 26(1):53-55

 

195.     COLLINS, A., RINDERER, T. E., TUCKER, K., PESANTE, D., 1987. Response to Alarm
      Pheromone by European and Africanized Honeybees.  Journal of Apicultural Research 26(4):
      217-223

 

196.     PESANTE, D., RINDERER, T. E., COLLINS, A., 1987.  Differential Nectar Foraging by
      Africanized and European Honeybees in the Neotropics.  Journal of Apicultural Research
      26(4):210-216

 

197.     WONGSIRI, S., PENSRI, T., SYLVESTER, H., 1987.  Mites, Pests and Beekeeping with Apis
      cerana
and Apis mellifera in Thailand.  American Bee Journal 127(7):500-503

 

198.     RINDERER, T. E., 1988.  Evolutionary Aspects of the Africanization of Honey-bee Populations in
      the Americas.  Africanized Honey Bees and Bee Mites, pg. 13-28

 

199.     Proceedings of the 1987 American Bee Research Conference (ABRC-2nd).  American Bee Journal
      127(12):841-853

 

200.     COLLINS, A., 1988.  Genetics of Honey-bee Colony Defense.  Africanized Honey Bees and Bee
      Mites, pg. 110-117

 

201.     KULINCEVIC, J., RINDERER, T. E., 1988.  Breeding Honey Bees for Resistance to Varroa
      jacobsoni
: Analysis of Mite Population Dynamics.  Africanized Honey Bees and Bee Mites,
      pg. 434-443

 

202.     RINDERER, T. E., BLUM, M., FALES, H., BIAN, Z., JONES, T., BUCO, S., DANKA, R. G.,
      LANCASTER, V., BUCO, S., HOWARD, D., 1988.  Nest Plundering Allonomes of the Fire Bee. 
     
Trigona (Oxytrigona) mellicolor.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 14(2):495-501

 

203.     TINGEK, S., MARDAN, M., RINDERER, T. E., KOENIGER, N., KOENIGER, G., 1988. 
      R
ediscovery of Apis vechti (Maa, 1953): The Saban Honey Bee.  Apidologie 19(1):97-101

 

204.     KOENIGER, N., KOENIGER, G., TINGEK, S., MARDAN, M., RINDERER, T. E., 1988. 
      Reproductive Isolation by Different Time of Drone Flight between Apis cerana Fabricius,
      1793 and Apis vechti (Maa, 1953).  Apidologie 19(1):103-105

 

205.     HELLMICH, R., COLLINS, A., DANKA, R. G., RINDERER, T. E., 1988.  Influencing Matings of
      European Honey Bee Queens in Areas with Africanized Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae). 
      Journal of Economic Entomology 81(3):796-799

 

206.     KULINCEVIC, J., RINDERER, T. E., UROSEVIC, D., 1988. Seasonality and Colony Variation of
      Reproducing and Non-Reproducing Varroa jacobsoni Females in Western Honey Bee (Apis
      mellifera
) Worker Brood.  Apidologie 20(2):173-179

 

207.     RINDERER, T. E., 1988.  Computer Assisted Identification of Hybrid Strains of Western Honey
      Bees.  The Florida Entomologist 71(3):281-288

 

208.     HARBO, J., 1988.  Effect of Comb Size on Population Growth of Honey Bee (Hymenoptera:
      Apidae) Colonies.  Journal of Economic Entomology 81(6):1606-1610

 

209.     HARBO, J., ZUHLDE, J., 1988.  Populations of Varroa jacobsoni in a Florida Apiary.  American
      Bee Journal 128(11):737-739

 

210.     ROYCE, L., KRANTZ, G., IBAY, L., BURGETT, D., 1988.  Some Observations on the Biology
      and Behavior of Acarapis woodi and Acarapis dorsalis in Oregon.  Africanized Honey Bees and
      Bee Mites Ch. 68, 498-505

 

211.     DANKA, R. G., COLLINS, A., RINDERER, T. E., HELLMICH, R., 1988. Comparative Rates of
      Recruitment to Pollen Sources by Africanized and European Honey Bees (Apis melliferaL). 
     
Apidologie 19(3):255-258

 

212.     COLLINS, A., RINDERER, T. E., TUCKER, K. W., 1988.  Colony Defense of Two Honeybee
      Types and Their Hybrid Fl Naturally Mated Queens.  Journal of Apicultural Research 27(3):
      137-140

 

213.     VILLA, J., 1988.  Defensive Behavior of Africanized and European Honeybees at Two Elevations
       in Colombia.  Journal of Apicultural Research 27(3):141-145

 

214.     DANKA, R. G., RINDERER, T. E., 1988.  Social Reproductive Parasitism by Africanized Honey
      Bees.  Africanized Honey Bees and Bee Mites, pg. 214-222

 

215.     BLUM, M., JONES, T., RINDERER, T. E., SYLVESTER, H., 1988. Oxygenated Compounds in
      Beeswax: Identification and Possible Significance.  Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 91B
      (3):581-583

 

216.     HERBERT, E., SYLVESTER, H., VANDENBERG, J., SHIMANUKI, H., 1988.  Influence of
      Nutritional Stress and the Age of Adults on the Morphometrics of Honey Bees (Apis mellifera L.). 
      A
pidologie 19(3):221-230

 

217.     PESANTE, D., DANKA, R. G., 1988.  Pollen Collection and Use by Africanized Honeybees.
      Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Apiculture Tropical Climates, pg. 490-494

 

218.     Proceedings of the 1988 American Bee Research Conference (ABRC-3rd).  American Bee Journal
      128(12):799-812

 

219.     MORRISON, J., RINDERER, T. E., 1989.  Year of the Bee?  Agricultural Research Bulletin, pg 1-6

 

220.     WILLIAMS, J., DANKA, R. G., RINDERER, T. E., 1989.  Baiting System for Selective Abatement
      of  Undesirable Honey Bees.  Apidologie 20(2):175-179

 

221.     COLLINS, A., RINDERER, T. E., DALY, H., HARBO, J., PESANTE, D., 1989.  Alarm
      Pheromone Production of Two Honeybees (Apis mellifera) Types.  Journal of Chemical
      Ecology 15(6):1747-1756

 

222.     BURGETT, D., ROYCE, L., IBAY, L., 1989.  Concurrence of the Acarapis Species Complex
      (Acari: Tarsonemidae) in a Commercial Honey-Bee Apiary in the Pacific Northwest. 
     
Experimental & Applied Acarology 7:251-255

 

223.     HARBO, J., 1989.  Sperm Storage.  The Instrumental Insemination of the Queen Bee.  Apimondia,
      pg. 59-64

 

224.     HARBO, J., MAUL, V., 1989.  Insemination Apparatus.  The Instrumental Insemination of the
      Queen Bee.  Apimondia, pg. 47-58

 

225.     RINDERER, T. E., KOENIGER, N., TINGEK, S., MARDAN, M., KOENIGER, G., 1989.  A
      Morphological Comparison of the Cavity Dwelling Honeybees of Borneo Apis koschevnikovi
      (Buttel-Reepen, 1906) and Apis cerana (Fabricius, 1793).  Apidologie 20(5):405-411

 

226.     HELLMICH, R., RINDERER, T. E., 1989.  Managing Africanized Honeybees for Honey
      Production.  Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Apiculture in Tropical Climates,
      pg. 481-487

 

227.     HELLMICH, R., RINDERER, T. E., DANKA, R. G., 1989.  Flight Time Differences between
      Africanized and European Drones.  Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Apiculture in
      Tropical Climates, pg. 478-480

 

228.     WONGSIRI, S., TANGKANASING, P., SYLVESTER, H., 1989.  The Resistance Behavior of Apis
      cerana
Against Tropilaelaps clarae.  Proceedings of the 1st Asia-Pacific Conference of
      Entomology.  Biodiversity of Honey Bees in Thailand, pg. 25-34

 

229.     Proceedings of the 1989 American Bee Research Conference (ABRC-4th).  American Bee Journal
      129 (12):811-826

 

230.     DALY, H., 1990.  Variation in Worker Brood Cell Widths and Comb Orientation in an Exposed
      Honey Bee Nest in Berkeley, California.  Pan-Pacific Entomologist 66(3):208-211

 

231.     WONGSIRI, S., YOU-SHENG, L., SYLVESTER, H., 1990.  Queen Rearing With Apis cerana. 
      American Bee Journal 130(1):32-35

 

232.     WONGSIRI, S., LIMBIPICHAI, K., TANGKANASING, P., MARDAN, M., RINDERER, T. E.,
      SYLVESTER, H., KOENIGER, G., OTIS, G., 1990.  Evidence of Reproductive Isolation Confirms
      that Apis andreniformis (Smith 1858) is a Separate Species from Sympatric Apis florea (Fabricius
      1787).  Apidologie 21(1):47-52

 

233.     RINDERER, T. E., DALY, H., SYLVESTER, H., COLLINS, A., BUCO, S., HELLMICH, R.,
      DANKA, R. G., 1990.  Morphometric Differences among Africanized and European Honey Bees
      and their Fl Hybrids (Hymenoptera: Apidae).  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 
      83(3):346-351

 

234.     OLDROYD, B., GOODMAN, R., 1990.  On the Relative Importance of Queens and Workers to
      Honey Production.  Apidologie 21(2):153-159

 

235.     DANKA, R. G., HELLMICH, R., COLLINS, A., RINDERER, T. E., WRIGHT, V., 1990.  Flight
      Characteristics of Foraging Africanized and European Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae).  Annals
      of the Entomological Society of America 83(4):855-859

 

236.     OLDROYD, B., RINDERER, T. E., 1990.  Nepotism in the Honey Bee.  Nature 346(6286):706-708

 

237.     HELLMICH, R., WALLER, G., 1990.  Preparing for Africanized Honey Bees: Evaluating Control
       in Mating Apiaries.  American Bee Journal 130(8):537-542

 

238.      DANKA, R. G., WILLIAMS, J., RINDERER, T. E., 1990.  A Bait Station for Survey and Detection
       of Honey Bees.  Apidologie 21(4):287-292

 

239.     Proceedings of the 1990 American Bee Research Conference (ABRC-5th).  American Bee Journal
      130 (12):797-820

 

240.     ROUBIK, D, BOREHAM, M., 1990.  Learning to Live with Africanized Honeybees.  Interciencia
      15(3):146-153

 

241.     LOPER, G., DANKA, R. G., 1990.  Pollination Tests with Africanized Honey Bees in Southern
      Mexico, 1986-88.  American Bee Journal 131(3):191-193

 

242.     OLDROYD, B., HUNT, P., 1990.  Effects of Additional Caged and Free-Running Queens on Honey
      Bee (Apis mellifera) Colony Performance.  Apidologie 21(6):527-535

 

243.     VILLA, J., WEISS, M., 1990.  Observations on the Use of Visual and Olfactory Cues by
      Trigona spp Foragers.  Apidologie 21(6):541-545

 

244.     HARBO, J., 1990.  Artificial Mixing of Spermatozoa from Honeybees and Evidence for Sperm
      Competition.  Journal of Apicultural Research 29(3):151-158

 

245.     HARRIS, J., HARBO, J., 1990.  Suppression of Ovary Development of Worker Honey Bees by
      Association with Workers Treated with Carbon Dioxide.  Journal of Apicultural Research
      29(4):187-93

 

246.     DALY, H., MORSE, R., 1991.  Abnormal Sizes of Worker Honey Bees (Apis mellifera L.) Reared
      from Drone Comb (Hymenoptera, Apoidea).  Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society
      64(2):193-196

 

247.     VILLA, J., KOENIGER, N., RINDERER, T. E., 1991.  Overwintering of Africanized, European and
      Hybrid Honey Bees in Germany.  Environmental Entomology 20(1):39-43

 

248.     HELLMICH, R., RINDERER, T. E., DANKA, R. G., COLLINS, A., BOYKIN, D., 1991.  Flight
      Times of Africanized and European Honey Bee Drones (Hymenoptera: Apidae).  Journal of
      Economic Entomology 84(1):61-64

 

249.     SYLVESTER, H., HELLMICH, R., COLLINS, A., 1991.  Response of Africanized and European
      Honey Bees to Lactose in Sucrose Syrup.  Bee Science 1(2):77-81

 

250.     HARRIS, J., HARBO, J., 1991.  Producing Eggs from a Single Worker Honey Bee (Hymenoptera:
      Apidae).  Journal of Economic Entomology 84(3):818-824

 

251.     KULINCEVIC, J., RINDERER, T. E., MLADJAN, V., 1991.  Effects of Fluvalinate and Amitraz on
      Bee Lice (Braula coeca Nitzsch) in Honey Bee (Apis mellifera L.) Colonies in Yugoslavia. 
      Apidologie 22(1):43-47

 

252.     HARBO, J., 1991.  Effect of Pupal Weight and Insemination Volume on Oviposition of Queen
      Bees.  Bee Science 1(3):155-158

 

253.     KULINCEVIC, J., RINDERER, T. E., MLADJAN, V., BUCO, S., 1991.  Control of Varroa
      jacobsoni
 in Honey-Bee Colonies in Yugoslavia by Fumigation with Low Doses of Fluvalinate
      or Amitraz.  Apidologie 22(2):147-153

 

254.     RINDERER, T. E., STELZER, J., OLDROYD, B., BUCO, S., RUBINK, W., 1991.  Hybridization
      between European and Africanized Honey Bees in the Neotropical Yucatan Peninsula.  Science
      253:309-311

 

255.     OLDROYD, B., RINDERER, T. E., BUCO, S., 1991.  Honey Bees Dance with Their Super-Sisters. 
      Animal Behavior 42(1):121-129

 

256.     DANKA, R. G., WILLIAMS, J., HARMON, C., RINDERER, T. E., MORRIS, H., 1991.  Doses and
      Residues of Acephate Baits Used to Eradicate Undesirable Honey Bees: A Hazard Assessment. 
     
Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 47:422-427

 

257.     OLDROYD, B., RINDERER, T. E., BUCO, S., 1991.  Heritability of Morphological Characters
      Used to Distinguish European and Africanized Honeybees.  Theoretical and Applied Genetics
      82:499-504

 

258.     LANG, G., DANKA, R. G., 1991.  Honey-bee-mediated Cross-versus Self-pollination of
      'Sharpblue' Blueberry Increases Fruit Size and Hastens Ripening.  Journal of the American
      Society for Horticultural Science 116(5):770-773

 

259.     DeGUZMAN, L., BURGETT, D., 1991.  Seasonal Abundance of the Apis mellifera L. Ectoparasites
      Acarapis dorsalis
Morgenthaler and Acarapis externus Morgenthaler (Acari: Tarsonemidae) in
      Oregon.  Bee Science 1(4):219-224

 

260.     SHEPPARD, W., RINDERER, T. E., MAZZOLI, J., STELZER, J., SHIMANUKI, H., 1991.  Gene
      Flow between African-and European-Derived Honey Bee Populations in Argentina.  Nature
      349(6312):782-784

 

261.     OLDROYD, B., RINDERER, T. E., BUCO, S., 1991.  Intracolonial Variance in Honey Bee
      Foraging Behaviour: The Effects of Sucrose Concentration.  Journal of Apicultural Research
      30(3-4):137-145

 

262.     RINDERER, T. E., COLLINS, A., 1991.  Foraging Behavior and Honey Production.  The "African"
      Honey Bee, pg. 235-257

 

263.     Proceedings of the 1991 American Bee Research Conference (ABRC-6th).  American Bee Journal
      131(12):771-786

 

264.     RINDERER, T. E., BUCO, S. M., SYLVESTER, H. A., AND STELZER, J. A.  1991.  Manual for
       the laboratory preparation of honey bee samples and their analysis with the Universal System for 
      Detecting Africanization.  (In House Training Manual).

 

265.     SYLVESTER, H., RINDERER, T. E., 1992.  Certification Options for Dealing with Africanized
      Bees.  American Bee Journal 132(3):182-184

 

266.     OLDROYD, B., RINDERER, T. E., HARBO, J., BUCO, S., 1992.  Effects of Intracolonial Genetic
      Diversity on Honey Bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) Colony Performance.  Annals of the Entomological
      Society of America 85(3):335-343

 

267.     OLDROYD, B., RINDERER, T. E., BUCO, S., 1992.  Intracolonial Foraging Specialism by Honey
      Bees (Apis mellifera) (Hymenoptera: Apidae).  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 30(5):291-295

 

268.     ROWELL, G., VILLA, J., MATIS, J., LABOUGLE, J., TAYLOR, O., MAKELA, M., 1992. 
     
Invasive Dynamics of Africanized Honey Bees in North American.  Naturwissenschaften 79:
      281-283

 

269.     DANKA, R. G., WILLIAMS, J., SUGDEN, E., RIVERA, R., 1992.  Field Tests of an Acephate
      Baiting System Designed for Eradicating Undesirable Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae).  Journal
      of Economic Entomology 85(4):1104-1111

 

270.     RINDERER, T. E., OLDROYD, B., SYLVESTER, H., WONGSIRI, S., DEGUZMAN, L., 1992. 
      Evolution of Bee Dances.  [Honey bee drones perform round dances prior to mating flights.]  Nature
      360:305

 

271.     RINDERER, T. E., STELZER, J. A., OLDROYD, B. P., BUCO, S. M., RUBINK, W. L.  1992.  The
      Hybridization potential of European and Africanized honey bees.  Science 256:719-720. (letter to
      Editor).

 

272.     HARBO, J., 1992.  Breeding Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) for More Rapid Development of
      Larvae and Pupae.  Journal of Economic Entomology  85(6):2125-2130

 

273.     Proceedings of the 1992 American Bee Research Conference (ABRC-7th).  American Bee Journal
      132(12):805-819

 

274.     KULINCEVIC, J., RINDERER, T. E., MLADJAN, V., BUCO, S., 1992.  Five Years of
      Bi-directional Genetic Selection for Honey Bees Resistant and Susceptible to Varroa
      jacobsoni
.  Apidologie 23(5):443-452

 

275.     CLARKE, G., OLDROYD, B., HUNT, P., 1992.  The Genetic Basis of Developmental Stability in
      Apis mellifera
: Heterozygosity versus Genic Balance.  Evolution 46(3):753-762

 

276.     OLDROYD, B., RINDERER, T. E., WONGSIRI, S., 1992.  Pollen Resource Partitioning by Apis
      dorsata
, A. cerana, A. andreniformis and A. florea in Thailand.  Journal of Apicultural Research
      31(1):3-7

 

277.     PESANTE, D., RINDERER, T. E., COLLINS, A., BOYKIN, D., BUCO, S., 1992.  Honey
      Production in Venezuela: Effects of Feeding Sugar Syrup on Colony Weight Gains by Africanized
      and European Colonies.  Apidologie 23(6):545-552

 

278.     WILLIAMS, J., VILLA, J., DANKA, R. G., 1992.  Acephate Bait for Eliminating Honey Bee
      Swarms in Swarm Traps.  Apidologie 23(6):537-544

 

279.     VILLA, J., SCHMIDT, J., 1992.  Does Queen Pheromone Increase Swarm Capture in Hives Baited
      with Nasonov Pheromone?  Journal of Apicultural Research 31(3/4):165-167

 

280.     DANKA, R. G., HELLMICH, R., RINDERER, T. E., 1992.  Nest Usurpation, Supersedure and
      Colony Failure Contribute to Africanization of Commercially Managed European Honey Bees in
      Venezuela.  Journal of Apicultural Research 31(3/4):119-123

 

281.     OLDROYD, B., SHEPPARD, W., STELZER, J., 1992.  Genetic Characterization of the Bees of
      Kangaroo Island, South Australia.  Journal of Apicultural Research 31(3/4):141-148

 

282.     HARRIS, J., WOODRING, J., 1992.  Effects of Stress, Age, Season and Source Colony on Levels
      of  Octopamine, Dopamine and Serotonin in the Honey Bee (Apis mellifera L.) Brain.  Journal
      of Insect Physiology 38(1):29-35

 

283.     DEGUZMAN, L., RINDERER, T. E., BEAMAN, L., 1992.  Longevity of Varroa jacobsoni Oud.
      (Acari: Varroidae) away from a living host.  Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on the
      Asian Honey Bees and Bee Mites.  Asian Apiculture: 434-441

 

284.     DEGUZMAN, L., RINDERER, T. E., DELATTE, G., 1992.  Preliminary Evaluation of Four
      Stocks of  Apis mellifera L. on their Tolerance to Varroa jacobsoni Oud. (Acari: Varroidae). 
     
Proceedings of  the 1st International Conference on the Asian Honey Bees and Bee Mites.  
      Asian Apiculture: 468-478

 

285.     RINDERER, T. E., STELZER, J., OLDROYD, B., BUCO, S., 1992.  Subspecific Hybridization
      between Populations of Apis mellifera in the Neotropics.  Proceedings of the 1st International
      Conference on the Asian Honey Bees and Bee Mites.  Asian Apiculture: 137-147

 

286.     SYLVESTER, H., WONGSIRI, S., 1992.  DNA Analysis of Genetic Variation in Asian Honey
      Bees.  Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on the Asian Honey Bees and Bee Mites. 
     
Asian Apiculture: 156-160

 

287.     VILLA, J., RINDERER, T. E., COLLINS, A., 1993.  "Overwintering" of Africanized, European,
      and Hybrid Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in the Andes of Venezuela. Environmental 
      Entomology 22(1):183-189

 

288.     DANKA, R. G., LANG, G., GUPTON, C., 1993.  Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) Visits and
      Pollen Sources Effects on Fruiting of 'Gulfcoast' Southern Highbush Blueberry.  Journal of
      Economic Entomology 86(1):131-136

 

289.     OLDROYD, B., RINDERER, T. E., BUCO, S., BEAMAN, L., 1993. Genetic Variance in Honey
      Bees for Preferred Foraging Distance.  Animal Behaviour 45(6):323-332

 

290.     WINSTON, M., SLESSOR, K., RUBINK, W., VILLA, J., 1993.  Enhanced Pheromone Lures to
      Attract Honey Bee Swarms.  American Bee Journal 133(1):58-60

 

291.     RINDERER, T. E., DEGUZMAN, L., KULINCEVIC, J., DELATTE, G., BEAMAN, L., BUCO, S.,
      1993.  The Breeding, Importing, Testing and General Characteristics of Yugoslavian Honey Bees 
      Bred for Resistance to Varroa jacobsoni.  American Bee Journal 133(3):197-200

 

292.     HELLMICH, R.L., IBARRA, J., MEJIA, M., RINDERER, T.E., GUITERREZ, N.A.  1993. 
     
Evaluating Mating Control of Honey Bee Queens in an Africanized Area of Guatemala.  American
      Bee Journal 133(3):207-211

 

293.     DEGUZMAN, L., FORBES, M., CERVANCIA, C., RINDERER, T. E., SOMERA, S. (Jr), 1993.
      Apis andreniformis smith in Palawan, Philippines.  Journal of Apicultural Research 32(2):111

 

294.     DEGUZMAN, L., RINDERER, T. E., BEAMAN, L., 1993.  Survival of Varroa jacobsoni Oud.
      (Acari: Varroidae) Away From its Living Host Apis mellifera.  Experimental and Applied Acarology
      17(4):283-290

 

295.     HARBO, J., 1993.  Effect of Brood Rearing on Honey Consumption and the Survival of Worker
      Honey Bees.  Journal of Apicultural Research 32(1):11-17

 

296.     RINDERER, T. E., OLDROYD, B., WONGSIRI, S., SYLVESTER, H., DEGUZMAN, L.,
      POTICHOT, S., SHEPPARD, W., BUCHMANN, S., 1993.  Time of Drone Flight in Four
      Honey Bee Species in South-Eastern Thailand.  Journal of Apicultural Research 32(1):27-33

 

297.     DANKA, R. G., VILLA, J., GARY, N., 1993.  Comparative Foraging Distances of Africanized,
      European and Hybrid Honey Bees (Apis mellifera) During Pollination of Cantaloupe (Cucumis melo
      L.).  Bee Science 3(1):16-21

 

298.     VILLA, J., 1993.  Efficiency of Bait Hives in Relation to Their Spatial Distribution.  Bee Science
      3(1):33-37

 

299.     VILLA, J., RINDERER, T. E., 1993.  Cold Room Thermoregulation, Store Consumption, and
      Survival of Africanized and European Honey Bees (Apis mellifera L).  Apidologie 24(4):411-423

 

300.     RINDERER, T. E., OLDROYD, B., SHEPPARD, W., 1993. Africanized Bees in the U.S.   
     
Scientific American 269(6):52-58

 

301.     Proceedings of the 1993 American Bee Research Conference (ABRC-8th).  American Bee Journal
       33(12):863-872

 

302.     HARBO, J., 1993.  Worker-bee Crowding Affects Brood Production, Honey Production and
      Longevity of Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae).  Journal of Economic Entomology
      86(6):1672-1678

 

303.     RINDERER, T. E., SHIMANUKI, H., 1993.  Africanized Honey Bees in the USA: Where Do We
      Go From Here?   Bee World 74(4):157-159

 

304.     RINDERER, T. E., BUCO, S., RUBINK, W., DALY, H., STELZER, J., RIGGIO, R., BAPTISTA,
      F.  1993.  Morphometric Identification of Africanized and European Honey Bees Using Large
      Reference Populations.  Apidologie 24(6):569-585

 

305.     HARBO, J., 1993.  Field and Laboratory Tests that Associate Heat with Mortality of Tracheal
      Mites.  Journal of Apicultural Research 32(3/4):159-165

 

306.     DALY, H., 1994.  Overview of the Identification of Africanized Honey Bees.  Africanized Honey
      Bees and Bee Mites, pg. 245-249

 

307.     OLDROYD, B., RINDERER, T. E., SCHWENKE, J., BUCO, S., 1994.  Subfamily Recognition
      and Task Specialization in Honey Bees (Apis mellifera) (Hymenoptera: Apidae).  Behavioral
      Ecology and Sociobiology 34:169-173

 

308.     COLLINS, A., DALY, H., RINDERER, T. E., HARBO, J., HOELMER, K., 1994.  Correlations
      between Morphology and Colony Defense in Apis mellifera L.  Journal of Apicultural Research
      33(1):3-10

 

309.     OLDROYD, B., SYLVESTER, H., WONGSIRI, S., RINDERER, T. E., 1994.  Task Specialization 
       in a Wild Bee, Apis florea, (Hymenoptera: Apidae), Revealed by RFLP Banding.  Behavioral 
       Ecology and Sociobiology 34:25-30

 

310.     HARBO, J., 1994.  Effects of Hive Color and Heat on Tracheal Mites.  American Bee Journal
      134(11):741-742

 

311.     RINDERER, T. E., OLDROYD, B., LEKPRAYOON, C., WONGSIRI, S. BOONTHAI, C.,
      THAPA, R., 1994.  Extended Survival of the Parasitic Honey Bee Mite Tropilaelaps clareae on
      Adult Workers of Apis mellifera and Apis dorsata.  Journal of Apicultural Research 33(3):
      171-174

 

312.     Proceedings of the 1994 American Bee Research Conference (ABRC-9th).  American Bee Journal
      134(12):829-840

 

313.     DANKA, R. G., VILLA, J., 1994.  Preliminary Observations on the Susceptibility of Africanized
      Honey Bees to American Foulbrood.  Journal of Apicultural Research 33(4):243-245

 

314.     DANKA, R. G., LOPER, G., VILLA, J., WILLIAMS, J., SUGDEN, E., COLLINS, A., 
      RINDERER, T. E., 1994.  Abating Feral Africanized Honey Bees (Apis mellifera L) to Enhance
      Mating Control of  European Queens.  Apidologie 25(6):520-529

 

315.     DANKA, R. G., VILLA, J., RINDERER, T. E., DELATTE, G., 1995.  Field Test of Resistance to
      Acarapis woodi
(Acari: Tarsonemidae) and of Colony Production by Four Stocks of Honey Bees
      (Hymenoptera: Apidae).  Journal of Economic Entomology 88(3):584-591

 

316.     DANKA, R. G., RINDERER, T. E., KUZNETSOV, V., DELATTE, G., 1995.  A USDA-ARS
      Project to Evaluate Resistance to Varroa jacobsoni by Honey Bees of Far-Eastern Russia.  
     
American Bee Journal 135(11):746-748

 

317.     RINDERER, T. E., 1995. Africanized Honey Bees and Agromedicine.  Journal of Agromedicine
      2(1):73-78

 

318.     DEGUZMAN, L., RINDERER, T. E. LANCASTER, V., 1995.  A Short Test Evaluating Larval
      Attractiveness of Honey Bees to Varroa jacobsoni.  Journal of Apicultural Research 34(2):89-92

 

319.     RINDERER, T. E., BEAMAN, L., 1995.  Genic Control of Honey Bee Dance Language Dialect. 
      Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 91:727-732

 

320.     RINDERER, T. E., OLDROYD, B., WONGSIRI, S., SYLVESTER, H., DEGUZMAN, L.,
      STELZER, J., RIGGIO R., 1995.  A Morphological Comparison of the Dwarf Honey Bees of
      Southeastern Thailand and Palawan, Philippines.  Apidologie 26(5):387-394

 

321.     DALY, H., DANKA, R. G., HOELMER, J., RINDERER, T. E., BUCO, S., 1995.  Honey Bee
      Morphometrics: Linearity of Variables With Respect to Body Size and Classification Tested with
      European Worker Bees Reared by Varying Ratios of Nurse Bees.  Journal of Apicultural Research
      34(3):129-145

 

322.     Proceedings of the 1995 American Bee Research Conference (ABRC-10th).  American Bee Journal
      135(12):825-833

 

323.     OLDROYD, B. P., CORNUET, J-M., ROWE, D., RINDERER, T. E., CROZIER, R. H.  1995.  
      
Racial admixture of Apis mellifera in Tasmania, Australia: Similarities and differences with natural
      hybrid zones in Europe.  Heredity 74(3): 315-325

 

324.     OLDROYD, B., SMOKLENSKI, A., CORNUET, J., WONGSIRI, S., ESTOUP, A., RINDERER,
      T. E., CROZIER, R., 1995.  Levels of Polyandry and Intracolonial Genetic Relationships in Apis
       florea
.  Behavorial Ecology and Sociobology 37:329-335

 

325.     RINDERER, T. E., DELATTE, G. T., LANCASTER, V. A., BEAMAN, L. D.  1995.  Varroa
      jacobsoni
detection:  An evaluation of five methods.  BeeScience 4(3):26-33

 

326.     WILLIAMS, J. S., RINDERER, T. E.  1995.  The control of nuisance feral honey bees: A manual
       for federal land managers.  (In House Training Manual).

 

327.     RINDERER, T. E., DELATTE, G., DEGUZMAN, L., LANCASTER, V., 1996.  Timing of Apistan
      Treatments for Varroa jacobsoni Control.  Bee Science 4(3):103-106

 

328.     DEGUZMAN, L., DELFINADO-BAKER, M., 1996.  A New Species of Varroa (Acari: Varroidae)
      Associated With Apis koschevnikovi (Apidae: Hymenoptera) in Borneo.  International Journal of
      Acarology. 22(1):23-27

 

329.     DANKA, R. G., VILLA, J., 1996.  Influence of Resistant Honey Bee Hosts on the Life History
      of the Parasite Acarapis woodi.  Experimental & Applied Acarology 20:313-322

 

330.     RINDERER, T. E., WONGSIRI, S., KUANG, B., LIU, J., OLDROYD, B., SYLVESTER, H.,
      DEGUZMAN, L., 1996.  Comparative Nest Architecture of the Dwarf Honey Bees.  Journal of
      Apicultural Research .  35(1):19-26

 

331.     DEGUZMAN, L., RINDERER, T. E., DELATTE, G., MACCHIAVELLI, R., 1996.  Varroa
      jacobsoni
 Oudemans Tolerance in Selected Stocks of Apis mellifera.  Apidologie 27(4):193-210

 

332.     DANKA, R. G., VILLA, J., 1996.  Comparative Susceptibility of Africanized Honey Bees' from
      South Texas to Infestation by Acarapis woodi.  Southwestern Entomologist  21(4):451-456

 

333.     DEGUZMAN, L., RINDERER, T. E., WHITESIDE, R., 1996.  A Scientific Note on the Occurrence
      of Varroa Mites on Adult Worker Bees of Apis nuluenis in Borneo.  Apidologie 27(5):429-430

 

334.     RINDERER, T. E., MARX, B., GRIES, M., TINGEK, S., 1996.  A Scientific Note on Stratified
      Foraging by Sabahan Bees on the Yellow Flame Tree (Peltophorum Pterocarpum).  Apidologie 27
      (5):423-425

 

335.     HARRIS, J., WOODRING, J., HARBO, J., 1996.  Effects of Carbon Dioxide on Levels of Biogenic
      Amines in the Brains of Queenless Worker and Virgin Queen Honey Bees (Apis mellifera).  Journal
      of Apicultural Research 35(2):69-78

 

336.     WONGSIRI, S., LEKPRAYOON, C., THAPA, R., THIRAKUPT, K., RINDERER, T. E.,
      SYLVESTER, H., OLDROYD, B., BOONCHAM, U., 1996.  Comparative Biology of Apis
      andreniformis
and Apis florea in Thailand.  Bee World 77(4):23-35

 

337.     SHEPPARD, W.S., RINDERER, T.E., MEIXNER, M.D., YOO, H.R., STELZER, J.A., SCHIFF, N.
      M. AND KRELL, R. 1996.  HINF1 variation in mitochondrial DNA of old world honey bee races. 
      Journal of Heredity 87(1): 35-40

 

338.     OLDROYD, B., SMOKLENSKI, A., CORNUET, J., WONGSIRI, S., ESTOUP, A., RINDERER,
      T. E., CROZIER, R., 1996.  Levels of Polyandry and Intracolonial Genetic Relationships in Apis
      dorsata
(Hymenoptera: Apidae).  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 89(2):276-283

 

339.     HARBO, J., 1996.  Evaluating Colonies of Honey Bees for Resistance to Varroa jacobsoni.  Bee
      Science 4(3):100-105

 

340.     DE GUZMAN, L. I.,RINDERER, T. E.,  BEAMAN, L. D.  1996.  Attractiveness to infestation by
      tracheal mites,  Acarapis woodi (Rennie) in three stocks of honey bees and two of their hybrids.
      BeeScience 4(3): 90-94

 

341.     HARBO, J., HOOPINGARNER, R., 1997.  Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in the
      United States that Express Resistance to Varroa jacobsoni (Mesostigmata: Varroidae).  Journal 
      of Economic Entomology 90(4):893-898

 

342.     RINDERER, T. E., KUZNETSOV, V., DANKA, R. G., DELATTE, G., 1997.  An Importation of
      Potentially Varroa-Resistant Honey Bees from Far-Eastern Russia.  American Bee Journal 137
      (11):787-789

 

343.     DEGUZMAN, L., RINDERER, T. E., STELZER, J., 1997.  DNA Evidence of the Origin of Varroa
      jacobsoni
Oudemans in the Americas.  Biochemical Genetics 35(9/10):327-335

 

344.     Proceedings of the 1997 American Bee Research Conference (ABRC-11th).  American Bee Journal
      137(3):221-228

 

345.     OLDROYD, B., CLIFTON, M., WONGSIRI, S., RINDERER, T. E., SYLVESTER, H., CROZIER,
      R., 1997.  Polyandry in the Genus Apis, particularly Apis andreniformis.  Behavorial Ecology and
      Sociobology 40:17-26

 

346.     POLLETT, D., 1997.  Beginning with Bees.  LSU Cooperative Extension Service Pub. 1846

347.     ROWE, D. J., RINDERER, T. E., STELZER, J. A., OLDROYD, B. P.,  CROZIER, R. H. 1997
            Seven polymorphic microsatellite loci in honey bees (Apis mellifera).   Insectes Sociaux.  44:85-93.

 

348.     SINACORI, A., RINDERER, T. E., LANCASTER, V., SHEPPARD, W., 1998.  A Morphological
      and Mitochondrial Assessment of Apis mellifera from Palermo, Italy.  Apidologie 29(6):481-490

 

349.     DEGUZMAN, L., RINDERER, T. E., DELATTE, G., 1998.  Comparative Resistance of
      Four Honey Bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) Stocks to Infestation by Acarapis woodi (Acari:
      Tarsonemidae). Apiculture and Social Insects.  Journal of Economic Entomology 91(5):1078-
      1083

 

350.     RINDERER, T. E., 1998.  The Identification of Africanized Honey Bees: An Assessment of
      Morphometric, Biochemical, and Molecular Approaches.  Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum
      Hungaricae.  44(1/2):177-194

 

351.     DANKA, R. G., VILLA, J., 1998.  Evidence of Autogrooming as a Mechanism of Honey Bee
      Resistance to Tracheal Mite Infestation.  Journal of Apicultural Research 37(1):39-46

 

352.     RINDERER, T. E., DEGUZMAN, L., LANCASTER, V., DELATTE, G., STELZER, J., 1998. 
     
Varroa in the Mating Yard: I: The Effects of Varroa jacobsoni and Apistan on Drone Honey Bees. 
      American Bee Journal 139(2):134-139

 

353.     RINDERER, T. E., STELZER, J., OLDROYD, B., TINGEK, S., 1998.  Levels of Polyandry and
      Intra-colonial Genetic Relationships in Apis koschevnikovi.  Journal of Apicultural Research 37
      (4):281-287

 

354.     SYLVESTER, H., LIMBIPICHAI, K., WONGSIRI, S., RINDERER, T. E., MARDAN, M., 1998. 
      Morphometric Studies of Apis cerana in Thailand and the Malaysian Peninsula.  Journal of
      Apicultural Research 37(3):137-145

 

355.     DEGUZMAN, L., RINDERER, T. E., STELZER, J., ANDERSON, D., 1998. Congruence of RAPD
      and Mitochondrial DNA Markers in Assessing Varroa jacobsoni Genotypes.  Journal of Apicultural
      Research 37(1):49-51

 

356.     Proceedings of the 1998 American Bee Research Conference (ABRC-12th).  American Bee Journal
      138(4):291-301

 

357.     DEGUZMAN, L., RINDERER, T. E., 1998.  Distribution of the Japanese and Russian genotypes of
      Varroa jacobsoni
.  Honey Bee Science 19(3): 115-119.  In Japanese with English Abstract.

 

358.     CHEN, P., WONGSIRI, S., JAMYANYA, T., RINDERER, T. E., VONGSAMANODE, S.,
      MATSUKA, M., SYLVESTER, H., OLDROYD, B., 1998. 
Honey Bees and other Edible Insects
      used as Human Food in Thailand.  American Entomologist 44(1):24-29

 

359.     OLDROYD, B., CLIFTON, M., PARKER, K., RINDERER, T. E., CROZIER, R., 1998. 
     
Evolution of  Mating Behavior in the Genus Apis and an Estimate of Mating Frequency in Apis
      cerana
 (Hymenoptera: Apidae).  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 91(5):700-709

 

360.     HARRIS, J., HARBO, J., 1999.  Low Sperm Counts and Reduced Fecundity of Mites in Colonies of
      Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) Resistant to Varroa jacobsoni (Mesostigmata: Varroidae). 
      Apiculture and Social Insects.  Journal of Economic Entomology 92(1):83-90

 

361.     DEGUZMAN, L., RINDERER, T. E., 1999.  Identification and Comparison of Varroa Species
      Infesting Honey Bees.  Apidologie 30(1):85-95

            

362.     HARBO, J., HARRIS, J., 1999.  Selecting Honey Bees for Resistance to Varroa jacobsoni. 
     
Apidologie 30(2-3):183-196

 

363.     DEGUZMAN, L., RINDERER, T. E., STELZER, J., 1999.  Occurrence of Two Genotypes of
      Varroa jacobsoni Oud. in North America.  Apidologie 30(1):31-36

 

364.     HARBO, J., HARRIS, J., 1999.  Heritability in Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) of 
      Characteristics Associated with Resistance to Varroa jacobsoni Mesostigmata: Varroidae). 
     
Journal of Economic Entomology  92(2):261-265

 

365.     RINDERER, T. E., DELATTE, G., DEGUZMAN, L., WILLIAMS, J., STELZER, J.,
      KUZNETSOV, V., 1999.  Evaluations of the Varroa-Resistance of Honey Bees Imported 
       from Far-Eastern Russia.  American Bee Journal 139(4):287-290

 

366.     SYLVESTER, J., WATTS, R., DEGUZMAN, L., STELZER, J., RINDERER, T. E., 1999.  Varroa 
       in the Mating Yard: II.  The Effects of Varroa and Fluvalinate on Drone Mating Competitiveness. 
     
American Bee Journal 139(3):225-227

 

367.     DEGUZMAN, L., RINDERER, T. E., LANCASTER, V., DELATTE, G., STELZER, J., 1999. 
     
Varroa in the Mating Yard: III. The Effects of Formic Acid Gel Formulation on Drone Production. 
      American Bee Journal 139(4):304-307

 

368.     HARRIS, J., WOODRING, J., 1999.  Effects of Dietary Precursors to Biogenic Amines on the
      Behavioral Response from Groups of Caged Worker Honey Bees (Apis mellifera)to the Alarm
      Pheromone Component Isopentyl Acetate.  Physiological Entomology.  24:285-291

 

369.     DANKA, R. G., VILLA, J., 1999.  Paravestibular Hairs of British Buckfast Honey Bees do not
      Regulate Genetic Resistance to Acarpais woodi.  Journal of Apicultural Research 38(3-4):221-222

 

370.     HARBO, J., 1999.  The Value of Single-Drone Inseminations in Selective Breeding of Honey Bees. 
      Apiculture for the 21st Century 1:1-5

 

371.     SHEPPARD, W., RINDERER, T. E., GARNERY, L., SHIMANUKI, H., 1999.   Analysis of
      Africanized Honey Bee Mitochondrial DNA Reveals Further Diversity of Origin.  Genetics and
      Molecular Biology 22(1):73-75

 

372.     OLDROYD, B., HALLING, L., RINDERER, T. E., 1999.  Development and Behaviour of 
     
Anarchistic Honeybees. The Royal Society-Proceedings.  Royal Society of London B. 266:
      1875-1878

 

373.     LEKPRAYOON, C., WONGSIRI, S., RINDERER, T. E., SYLVESTER, H., 1999.  Biodiversity of
      Parasitic Mites of Honey Bees in Southeast Asia.  A Crisis in World Agriculture, Section 8:325-329

 

374.     Proceedings of the 1999 American Bee Research Conference (ABRC-13th).  American Bee Journal
      139(4):308-315

 

375.     RINDERER, T. E., HELLMICH, R., 1999.  The Processes of Africanization.  The "African" Honey
      Bee, pg. 95-117

 

376.     COLLINS, A., RINDERER, T. E., 1999.  Genetics of Defensive Behavior I.  The "African" Honey
      Bee, pg. 309-328

 

377.     HELLMICH, R., RINDERER, T. E., 1999.  Beekeeping in Venezuela.  The "African" Honey Bee,
      pg. 399-411

 

378.     DEOWANISH, S., WATTANACHAIYINGCHAROEN, W., WONGSIRI, S., OLDROYD, B.,
      LEEPITAKRAT, S., RINDERER, T. E., SYLVESTER, H., 1999.  Biodiversity of Dwarf
      Honey Bees in Thailand.  Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Tropical Bees: 
      Management and Diversity, Symposium 2:97-103

 

379.     OTIS, G., KOENIGER, N., RINDERER, T. E., HADISOESILO, S., YOSHIDA, S., TINGEK, S.,
      WONGSIRI, S., MARDAN, M., 1999. 
Comparative Mating Flight Times of Asian Honey Bees. 
      Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Tropical Bees:  Management and Diversity
      Symposium 2:137-141

 

380.     DANKA, R. G., VILLA, J., 2000.  A Survey of Tracheal Mite Resistance Levels in U.S.
      Commercial Queen Breeder Colonies.  American Bee Journal  140(5):405-407

 

381.     RINDERER, T. E., DEGUZMAN, L., HARRIS, J., KUZNETSOV, V., DELATTE, G.,
      STELZER, J., BEAMAN, L., 2000. The Release of ARS Russian Honey Bees.  American Bee
      Journal 140(4):305-307

 

382.     DANKA, R. G., VILLA, J., 2000.  Inheritance of Resistance to Acarpis woodi (Acari:
      Tarsonemidae) in First-Generation Crosses of Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae). 
     
Journal of Economic Entomology 93(6):1602-1605

 

383.     HARRIS, J., HARBO, J., 2000.  Changes in Reproduction of Varroa destructor after Honey Bee
      Queens were exchanged between Resistant and Susceptible Colonies.  Apidologie 31(6):689-699

 

384.     HARBO, J., 2000.  Heating Adult Honey Bees to Remove Varroa jacobsoni.  Journal of Apicultural
      Research 39(3-4):181-182

 

385.     HARBO, J., HARRIS, J., 2000.  Using Free-Mated Queens to Introduce Genes for Varroa 
      Resistance into a Population of Honey Bees.  American Bee Journal 140(11):904-905

 

386.     RINDERER, T. E., DEGUZMAN, L., DELATTE, G., STELZER, J., LANCASTER, V.,
      KUZNETSOV, V., BEAMAN, L., WATTS, R., HARRIS, J., 2001.   Resistance to the Parasitic
      Mite Varroa destructor in Honey Bees from Far-Eastern Russia.  Apidologie 32(3):381-394

 

387.     RINDERER, T. E., DEGUZMAN, L., DELATTE, G., STELZER, J., WILLIAMS, J., BEAMAN,
      L., KUZNETSOV, V., BIGALK, M., BERNARD, S., TUBBS, H.,   2001. 
Multi-State Field
      Trials of ARS Russian Honey Bees I:  Responses to Varroa destructor 1999, 2000.  American 
      Bee Journal 141 (9):658-661

 

388.     RINDERER, T. E., DEGUZMAN, L., DELATTE, G., STELZER, J., LANCASTER, V.,
      WILLIAMS, J., BEAMAN, L., KUZNETSOV, V., BIGALK, M., BERNARD, S., TUBBS,

            H., 2001.  Multi-State Field Trials of ARS Russian Honey Bees II:  Honey Production 1999, 
      2000.  American Bee Journal 141(10):726-729

 

389.     DEGUZMAN, L., RINDERER, T. E. DELATTE, G., STELZER, J., WILLIAMS, J., BEAMAN, L.,
      KUZNETSOV, V., BERNARD, S., BIGALK, M., TUBBS, H.,   2001.  Multi-State Field Trials 
      of ARS Russian Honey Bees.  III:  Responses to Acarapis woodi 1999, 2000.  American Bee
      Journal 141 (11):810-812

 

390.     HARBO, J., HARRIS, J., 2001.  Resistance to Varroa destructor (Mesostigmata: Varroidae) When
      Mite-Resistant Queen Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) Were Free-Mated with Unselected
      Drones.  Journal of Economic Entomology 94(6):1319-1323

 

391.     DEGUZMAN, L., RINDERER, T. E., DELATTE, G., STELZER, J., BEAMAN, L., HARPER, C.,
      2001.  An Evaluation of Far-Eastern Russian Honey Bees and Other Methods for the Control of
      Tracheal Mites.  American Bee Journal 141(10):737-741

 

392.     HARRIS, J., HARBO, J., 2001.  Natural and Suppressed Reproduction of Varroa Mites. 
     
Bee Culture 129(5):34-38

 

393.     HARRIS, J., 2001.  A Technique for Marking Individual Varroa Mites.  Journal of Apicultural
      Research 40(1):35-37

 

394.     Proceedings of the 2001 American Bee Research Conference (ABRC-14/15th).  American Bee
      Journal 142(12):885-896

 

395.     DEGUZMAN, L., BURGETT, M., RINDERER, T. E., 2001.  Biology and Life History of Acarapis
      dorsalis
and Acarapis externus.  Mites of the Honey Bee-Webster & Delaplane, Ch. 2, 17-27

 

396.     OLDROYD, B., RINDERER, T. E.  2001.  Reply to Kirchner & Arnold (See Reprint #252). 
     
Animal Behaviour F35.

 

397.     CLARKE, K., OLDROYD, B., JAVIER, J., QUEZADA, G., RINDERER, T. E.  2001.  Origin of
      honeybees (Apis mellifera L.) from the Yucatan peninsula inferred from mitochondrial DNA
      analysis.  Molecular Ecology 10(6):1347-1355

 

398.     DEGUZMAN, L., RINDERER, T. E., STELZER, J., BEAMAN, L., DELATTE, G., HARPER, C.,
      2002.  Hygienic Behavior by Honey Bees from Far-Eastern Russia.  American Bee Journal
      142(1):58-60

 

399.     DEGUZMAN, L., RINDERER, T. E., COLLINS, A., LANCASTER, V., 2002.  Attractiveness of
      Africanized Honey Bee Brood from Southern Texas to Varroa destructor Infestation.  American
      Bee Journal 142(2):130-132

 

400.     VILLA, J., RINDERER, T. E., STELZER, J., 2002.  Answers to the Puzzling Distribution of
      Africanized Bees in the United States.  "Why Are Those Bees Not Moving East of Texas?" 
     
American Bee Journal 132(7):480-483

 

401.     HARRIS, J., RINDERER, T. E., KUZNETSOV, V., DANKA, R. G., DELATTE, G.,
      DEGUZMAN, L., VILLA, J.  2002.  Imported Russian Honey Bees: Quarantine and Initial
      Selection for Varroa Resistance.  American Bee Journal 142(8):591-596

 

402.     RINDERER, T. E., OLDROYD, B., DEGUZMAN, L., WATTANACHAIYINGCHAREON, W.,
      WONGSIRI, S., 2002.  Spatial Distribution of the Dwarf Honey Bees in an Agroecosystem in
      Southeastern Thailand.  Apidologie 33(6):539-543

 

403.     HARBO, J., HARRIS, J., 2002.  Suppressing Mite Reproduction: SMR an Update.  Bee Culture 130
      (5):46-48

 

404.     DEGUZMAN, L., RINDERER, T. E., DELATTE, G., STELZER, J., BEAMAN, L.,
      KUZNETSOV, V.  2002.  Resistance to Acarapis woodi by Honey Bees from Far-eastern
      Russia.  Apidologie  33(4):411-415

 

405.     CLARKE, K. E., RINDERER, T. E., FRANCK, P., QUEZADA-EUAN, J. G., OLDROYD, B. P. 
      2002.  The Africanization of honeybees (Apis mellifera L.) of the Yucatan: a study of a massive
      hybridization event across time.  Evolution 56(7):1462-1474.

 

406.     SYLVESTER, H., 2003.  Inter-Simple Sequence Repeat-Restriction Fragment Length
      Polymorphisms for DNA Fingerprinting.  BioTechniques. 34(5):942-944

 

407.     RINDERER, T. E., DEGUZMAN, L., DELATTE, G., HARPER, C., 2003. An Evaluation of ARS
      Russian Honey Bees in Combination with Other Methods for the Control of Varroa Mites. 
     
American Bee Journal 143(5): 410-413

 

408.     HARBO, J., HARRIS, J., 2003.  An Evaluation of Commercially Produced Queens that have the
      SMR Trait.  American Bee Journal 143(3):213-216

 

409.     TUBBS, H., HARPER, C., BIGALK, M., BERNARD, S., DELATTE, G., SYLVESTER, H.,
      RINDERER, T. E., 2003.  Commercial Management of ARS Russian Honey Bees.  American Bee
      Journal 143(10):819-820

 

410.     DANKA, R. G., VILLA, J., 2003.  Autogrooming by Resistant Honey Bees Challenged with
      Individual Tracheal Mites.  Apidologie 34(4):591-596

 

411.     KAVINSEKSAN, B., WONGSIRI, S., DEGUZMAN, L., RINDERER, T. E., 2003.  Absence of
      Tropilaelaps Infestation from Recent Swarms of Apis dorsata in Thailand.  Journal of Apicultural
      Research 42(3):49-50

 

412.     HARRIS, J., HARBO, J., VILLA, J., DANKA, R. G., 2003.  Variable Population Growth of Varroa
      destructor
(Mesostigmata: Varroidae) in Colonies of Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) during a
      10-Year Period.  Environmental Entomology 32(6):1305-1312

 

413.     VILLA, J., 2004.  Swarming Behavior of Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in Southeastern
      Louisiana.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 97(1):111-116

 

414.     DEGRANDI-HOFFMAN, G, SCHMIDT, J., ERICKSON, E., VILLA, J., RUBINK, W.,
      EISCHEN, F.  2004. What's Buzzing with Africanized Honey Bees? Agricultural Research 4:4-8

 

415.     HARRIS, J., VILLA, J., DANKA, R. G., 2004.   Environmental Effects on the Growth of Varroa
      Mite Populations.   Bee Culture 132:23-25

 

416.     Proceedings of the 2004 American Bee Research Conference (ABRC-17th).  American Bee Journal
      144(5):401-408

 

417.     RINDERER, T. E., DEGUZMAN, L., HARPER, C., 2004.  The Effects of Co-mingled Russian and
      Italian Honey Bee Stocks and Sunny or Shaded Apiaries on Varroa Mite Infestation Level, Worker
      Bee Population and Honey Production.  American Bee Journal 144(6):481-485

 

418.     GREGORY, P., RINDERER, T. E., 2004.  Non-destructive Sources of DNA used to Genotype
      Honey Bee (Apis mellifera) Queens,  Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata.  111(3):173-177

 

419.     RINDERER, T. E., DEGUZMAN, L., SYLVESTER, H., 2004. Re-examination of the Accuracy of
      a Detergent Solution for Varroa Mite Detection.  American Bee Journal 144(7):560-562

 

420.     SAMPSON, B., DANKA, R. G., STRINGER, S., 2004.  Nectar  Robbery by Bees Xylocopa
      virginica
 and Apis mellifera Contributes to the Pollination of Rabbiteye Blueberry.  Journal
      of Economic Entomology 97(3):735-740

 

421.     HARRIS, J., RINDERER, T. E., 2004.  Varroa Resistance of Hybrid ARS Russian Honey Bees. 
      American Bee Journal 144(10):797-800

 

422.     KAVINSEKSAN, B., WONGSIRI, S., RINDERER, T. E., DEGUZMAN, L., 2004.  Comparison of
      the Hygienic Behavior of ARS Russian and Commercial Honey Bees in Thailand.  American Bee
      Journal 144(11):870-872

 

423.     HARBO, J., HARRIS, J., 2004.  Effect of Screen Floors on Populations of Honey Bees and Parasitic
      Mites (Varroa destructor).  Journal of Apicultural Research 43(3):114-117

 

424.     CHAIYAWONG, T., DEOWANISH, S., WONGSIRI, S., SYLVESTER, H., RINDERER, T. E.,
      DEGUZMAN, L., 2004.  Multivariate Morphometric Study of Apis florea in Thailand.  Journal of
      Apicultural Research 43(3):123-127

 

425.     CARGEL, R., RINDERER, T. E., 2004.  Unusual Queen Cell Construction and Destruction in Apis
      mellifera
from Far-eastern Russia. Journal of Apicultural Research 43(4):188-190

 

426.     HARBO, J., HARRIS, J., 2005.  Suppressed Mite Reproduction Explained by the Behavior of Adult
      Bees.  Journal of Apicultural Research 44(1):21-23

 

427.     GREGORY, P., EVANS, J., RINDERER, T. E., DEGUZMAN, L., 2005.  Conditional Immune-
      gene Suppression of Honeybees Parasitized by Varroa Mites. Journal of Insect Science 5:7, 1-5

 

428.     Proceedings of the 2005 American Bee Research Conference (ABRC-18th).  American Bee Journal
      145(5):428-435

 

429.     RINDERER, T. E., DEGUZMAN, L., DANKA, R. G., 2005.  A New Phase Begins for the USDA-
      ARS Russian Honey Bee Breeding Program. American Bee Journal 145(7):579-582

 

430.     FASSBINDER-ORTH, C., RINDERER, T. E., 2005.  A Study of Chalkbrood Susceptibility in
      Russian and Domestic Honey Bees.  American Bee Journal 145(8):669-671

 

431.     DANKA, R. G., VILLA, J., 2005.  An Association in Honey Bees between Autogrooming and the
      Presence of Migrating Tracheal Mites.  Apidologie 36(3):331-333

 

432.     DANKA, R. G., 2005.  High Levels of Cotton Pollen Collection Observed for Honey Bees
      (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in South-Central Louisiana.  Journal of Entomological Science 
     
40(3):316-326

 

433.     VILLA, J., DANKA, R. G., 2005.  Caste, Sex and Strain of Honey Bees (Apis mellifera) Affect
      Infestation with Tracheal Mites (Acarapis woodi). Experimental and Applied Acarology.  
      37(3-4):157-164

 

434.     DEGUZMAN, L., RINDERER, T. E., BIGALK, M., TUBBS, H., BERNARD, S., 2005.  Russian
      Honey Bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) colonies: Acarapis woodi (Acari: Tarsonemidae) Infestations
      and Overwintering Survival.  Journal of Economic Entomology 98(6):1796-1801

 

435.     Proceedings of the 2006 American Bee Research Conference (ABRC-19th).  American Bee Journal
      146(5):445-451

 

436.     VILLA, J., 2006.  Autogrooming and Bee Age Influence Migration of Tracheal Mites to Russian
      and Susceptible Worker Honey Bees (Apis mellifera L).  Journal of Apicultural Research  and 
      Bee World 45(2):28-31

 

437.     DEGUZMAN, L., RINDERER, T. E., FRAKE, A., TUBBS, H., ELZEN, P., WESTERVELT, D.,
      2006. Some Observations on the Small Hive Beetle, Aethina tumida Murray in Russian Honey Bee
      Colonies.  American Bee Journal 146(7):618-620

 

438.     CARGEL, R., RINDERER, T. E., 2006.  Queen Cell Acceptance in Laying Worker Colonies of
      Russian and Italian Honey Bees.  American Bee Journal 146(8):698-700

 

439.     POLLET, D., 2006.  Beginning with Bees.  Publication #1846 6/06

 

440.     DANKA, R, SYLVESTER, H, BOYKIN, D., 2006.  Environmental Influences on flight Activity of
      USDA-ARS Russian and Italian Stocks of Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) During Almond
      Pollination.  Journal of Economic Entomology 99(5):1565-1570

 

441.     VILLEGAS, A., VILLA, J., 2006.  Uncapping of Pupal Cells by European Bees in the United States
      as Responses to Varroa destructor and Galleria mellonella.  Journal of Apicultural Research
      45(4):203-206

 

442.     ARIAS, M., RINDERER, T. E., SHEPPARD, W., 2006.  Further Characterization of Honey Bees
       from the Iberian Peninsula by Allozyme, Morphometric and mtDNA Haplotype Analyses.  Journal
       of Apicultural Research 45(4):188-196

 

443.     Proceedings of the 2007 American Bee Research Conference (ABRC-20th).  American Bee Journal
      147(5):436-443

 

444.     DEGUZMAN, L., RINDERER, T. E., FRAKE, A.,  2007.  Growth of Varroa destructor (Acari:
      Varroidae) Populations in Russian Honey Bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) Colonies.  Annals of the
      Entomological Society of America 100(2):187-195

 

445.     DANKA, R. G., BEAMAN, L.,  2007.  Flight Activity of USDA-ARS Russian Honey Bees
      (Hymenoptera: Apidae) During Pollination of Lowbush Blueberries in Maine.  Journal of Economic
      Entomology 100(2):267-272

 

446.     DEGUZMAN, L., FRAKE, A.,  2007.  Temperature affects Aethina tumida (Coleoptera:
      Nitidulidae) Development.  Journal of Apicultural Research 46(2):88-93

 

447.     CARGEL, R., RINDERER, T, 2007.  Acceptance of Mated Queens and Queen Cells in Colonies of
      Russian and Italian Honey Bees.  Bee Culture 135(6):27-29

 

448.     HARRIS, J., 2007.  Bees with Varroa Sensitive Hygiene preferentially remove mite infested pupae
      aged < five days post capping.    Journal of Apicultural Research  46(3):134-139

 

449.     INSUAN, S., DEOWANISH, S., KLINBUNGA, S., SITTIPRANEED, S., SYLVESTER, H.,
      WONGSIRI, S.  2007.  Genetic Differentiation of the Giant Honey Bee (Apis dorsata) in Thailand
      analyzed by Mitrochondrial Genes and Microsatellites.  Biochemical Genetics 45(3/4):345-361

 

450.     DANKA, R. G., HARRIS, J., WARD, K., WARD, R.  2007.  Status of Bees with the Trait of Varroa
      Sensitive Hygiene (VSH) for Varroa Resistance.  American Bee Journal  148(1):51-54

 

451.     VILLA, J.  2007.  Influence of Worker Age on the Infestation of Resistant and Susceptible Honey
      Bees (Apis mellifera) with Tracheal mites (Acarapis woodi).  Apidologie 38:573-578

 

452.     DEGUZMAN, L., RINDERER, T. E., FRAKE, A.  2008.  Comparative reproduction of Varroa
      destructor
in different types of Russian and Italian honey bee combs.  Experimental and Applied
      Acarology  44:227-238

 

453.     Proceedings of the 2008 American Bee Research Conference (ABRC-21st).  American Bee Journal
      148(6):553-563

 

454.     ZHOU, Y., KUSTER, H., PETTIS, J., DANKA, R. G., GLEASON, J., GREENFIELD, M.  2008. 
      Reaction Norm Variants for Male Calling Song in Natural Populations of Achroia grisella
      (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae): towards a Resolution of the Lek Paradox.  Evolution 1317-1334

 

455.     BOURGEOIS, L., SYLVESTER, A., DANKA, R. G., RINDERER, T. E., 2008.  Comparison of
      microsatellite DNA diversity among commercial queen breeder stocks of Italian honey bees in the
      United States and Italy.  Journal of Apicultural Research 47(2):93-98

 

456.     DEGUZMAN, L., FRAKE, A., RINDERER, T. E.  2008.  Detection and removal of brood infested
      with eggs and larvae of small hive beetles (Aethina tumida Murray) with Russian honey bees. 
      Journal of Apicultural Research  and Bee World.  47(3):216-221

 

457.     VILLA, J., BUSTAMANTE, D., DUNKLEY, J., ESCOBAR, L.  2008.  Changes in Honey Bee
      (Hymenoptera: Apidae) Colony Swarming and Survival Pre- and Postarrival of Varroa destructor
      (Mesostigmata:  Varroidae) in Louisiana.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America
      101(5):867-871

 

458.     HARRIS, J.  2008.  Effect of Brood Type on Varroa-Sensitive Hygiene by Worker Honey Bee
      (Hymenoptera: Apidae).  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 101(6):1137-1144

 

459.     VILLA, J., RINDERER, T. E.,   2008.  Inheritance of resistance to Acarapis woodi (Acari:
      Tarsonemidae) in crosses between selected resistant Russian and selected susceptible U.S. honey
      bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae).  Journal of Economic Entomology 101(6):1756-1759

 

460.     DeGRANDI-HOFFMAN, G., WARDELL, G., AHUMADA-SEGURA, F., RINDERER, T. E.,
      DANKA, R. G., PETTIS, J.  2008.  Comparisons of pollen substitute diets for honey bees:
      consumption rates by colonies and effects on brood and adult populations.  Journal of Apicultural
      Research 47(4):265-270

 

461.     DEGUZMAN, L., PRUDENTE, J., RINDERER, T. E., FRAKE, A., TUBBS, H.  2009.  Population
      of  small hive beetles (Aethina tumida Murray) in two apiaries having different soil textures in 
      Mississippi.  Science of Bee Culture.  1(1):4-8, supplement to Bee Culture.  137(2).

 

462.     CARGEL, R., RINDERER, T. E.  2009.  Effects of Varroa destructor Infestation on Honey Bee
      Queen Introduction.  Science of Bee Culture 1(1):8-13, supplement to Bee Culture. 137(2).

 

463.     FRAKE, A.M., DEGUZMAN, L.I., RINDERER, T. E.  2009.  Comparative resistance of Russian
      and Italian honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) to small hive beetles (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae). 
     
Journal of Economic Entomology 102(1):13-19.

 

464.     DANKA, R. G., BEAMAN, L. D.   2009.  A note on flight activity of 4-lb Australian package-bee
      colonies used for almond pollination.  Science of Bee Culture 1(2):17-18, supplement to Bee
      Culture.  137(2).

 

465.     VILLA, J. D., RINDERER, T. E., BIGALK, M.  2009.  Overwintering of Russian honey bees in
      northeastern Iowa.  Science of Bee Culture 1(2):19-21, supplement to Bee Culture. 137(2).

 

466.     DANKA, R. G., BEAMAN, L. D.   2009.  Preliminary observations of autumn feeding of USDA-
      ARS Russian honey bees to enhance flight performance during almond pollination.  Science of Bee
      Culture 1(2):27-30, supplement to Bee Culture. 137(2).

 

467.     BOURGEOIS, L., RINDERER, T. E.  2009.  Genetic characterization of Russian honey bee stock
      selected for improved resistance to Varroa destructor.  Journal of Economic Entomology 102
      (3):1233-1238.

 

468.     HARBO, J.R., HARRIS, J.W.  2009.  Responses to Varroa by honey bees with different levels of
      Varroa Sensitive Hygiene.  Journal of Apicultural Research 48(3):156-161.

 

469.     VILLA, J. D., DANKA, R. G., HARRIS, J.W.  2009.  Simplified methods of evaluating colonies for
      levels of Varroa Sensitive Hygiene (VSH).  Journal of Apicultural Research 48(3):162-167.

        

470.DEGUZMAN, L., FRAKE, A., RINDERER, T. E., POLLETT, D.K.  2009.  Small Hive Beetles.  Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station Publication 3135.
471WARD, K., DANKA, R., WARD, R.  2008.  Comparative performance of two mite-resistant stocks of honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in Alabama beekeeping operations.  Journal of Economic Entomology 101(3):654-659.
472.HARRIS, J.W., DANKA, R., VILLA, J. D.  2010.  Honey Bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) with the Trait of Varroa Sensitive Hygiene Remove Brood with all Reproductive Stages of Varroa Mites (Mesostigmata: Varroidae).  Annals of Entomological Society of America 103(2):146-152.
473NAVAJAS, M., ANDERSON, D.L., DEGUZMAN, L.I., HUANG, Z.Y., CLEMENT, J., ZHOU, T., CONTE, Y.L.  2010.  New Asian Types of Varroa destructor:  a potential new threat for world apiculture.  Apidologie 41(1):181-193.
474.RINDERER, T. E., DEGUZMAN, L.I., BOURGEOIS, L., FRAKE, A.  2010.  The Effects of Hive Size, Feeding and Nosema ceranae on the Size of Winter Clusters of Russian Honey Bee Colonies.  Science of Bee Culture 2(1):1-6, supplement to Bee Culture. 138(3).
475.DANKA, R. G., HARRIS, J.W., VILLA, J. D.  2010.  Hygienic response to Varroa destructor by commercial and feral honey bees from the Big Island of Hawaii before exposure to mites.  Science of Bee Culture 2(1):11-14, supplement to Bee Culture. 138(3).
476DEGUZMAN, L.I., FRAKE, A.M., RINDERER, T. E.  2010.  Seasonal population dynamics of small hive beetles, Aethina tumida Murray, in the south-eastern USA.  Journal of Apicultural Research  49(2):186-191.
477 Proceedings of the 2009 American Bee Research Conference (ABRC-22nd).  American Bee Journal 149(5):497-511.
478.Proceedings of the 2010 American Bee Research Conference (ABRC-23).  American Bee Journal 150(5):497-511.
479RINDERER, T. E., HARRIS, J.W., HUNT, G.J., DEGUZMAN, L.I.  2010.  Breeding for Resistance to Varroa destructor in North America.  Apidologie 41(3):409-424.
480.BOURGEOIS, A.L., RINDERER, T. E., BEAMAN, L.D., DANKA, R.G.  2010.  Genetic detection and quantification of Nosema apis and N. ceranae in the honey bee.  Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 103:53.58.
481.BOURGEOIS, A.L., SHEPPARD, W.S., SYLVESTER, H.A., RINDERER, T. E.  2010 Genetic Stock Identification of Russian Honey Bees.  Journal of Economic Entomology 103(3):917-924.
482. DEGUZMAN, L.I., FRAKE, A.M., RINDERER, T. E., ARBOGAST, R.T.  2011.  Effect of Height and Color on the Efficiency of Pole Traps for Aethina tumida (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae).  Journal of Economic Entomology 104(1):26-31.
483 CONTE, Y.L., ALAYX, C., MARTIN, J., HARBO, J.R., HARRIS, J.W., DANTEC, D., SEVERAC, D., CROS-ARTEIL, S., NAVAJAS, M.  2011.  Society immunity in honey bees (Apis mellifera): transcriptome analysis of varroa-hygienic behavior.  Insect Molecular Biology 20(3):399-408.
484.BOURGEOIS, A.L., SYLVESTER, H.A., COY, S., RINDERER, T.E.  2010.  Genetic Stock Identification of Production Colonies of Russian Honey Bees.  Science of Bee Culture 2(2):1-2, supplement to Bee Culture 139(3).
485.BOURGEOIS, A.L., BEAMAN, G.L., RINDERER, T.E.  2011.  Preservation and Processing Methods for Molecular Genetic Detection and Quantification of Nosema ceranae.  Science of Bee Culture 3(1):1-2, 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).
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).
488.Proceedings of the 2011 American Bee Research Conference (ABRC-24).  American Bee Journal
151(5)
:507-518.
489.Proceedings of the 2011 Cold Spring Harbor Meeting (May 8-10, 2011). 
490.DANKA, R.G., HARRIS, J.W., VILLA, J.D.  2011  Expression of VarroaSensitive Hygiene (VSH) in    Commercial VSH Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae).  Journal of Economic Entomology 104(3):745-749.
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                                                   
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 On-Line 2011.11.02
493GREENFIELD, 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 25(4):601-613
494BOURGEOIS, 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 109(3):323-325
495MUNDAY, 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
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 ectaparasitic mite Varroa destructor, a major pest of the honey bee Apis mellifera.  Biomed Central (BMC) Genomics 11:602.
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.
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.
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   
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.
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.
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 
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.
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.
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):DOI 10.1007/s10493-012-9591-4
507.KHONGPHINITBUNJONG, K., DE GUZMAN, L.I., BURGETT, M.D., RINDERER, T.E., CHANTAWANNAKUL, P.  2012.  Behavioral responsesunderpinning resistance  and susceptibility of honeybees to Tropilaelaps mercedesae.   Apidologie 43(5):590-599. DOI: 10.1007/s13592-012-0129-x
508.TSURUDA, J.M., HARRIS, J.W., BOURGEOIS, A.L., DANKA, R.G., HUNT, G.  2012.  High-Resolution linkage analyses to identify genes that influence Varroa Sensitive Hygiene Behavior in Honey Bees.  PLOS 7(11):1-8
510.DE GRAAF, DIRK C., ALIPPI, ADRIANA M., ANT?NEZ, 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 
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):DOI 10.3896/IBRA.1.52.1.13
512. ARONSTEIN, KATHERINE A., WEBSTER, T.C., SALDIVAR, E.  2012.  A serological method for detection of Nosema ceranae.  Journal of Applied Microbiology. DOI:10.1111/jam.12066
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
520.DANKA, R.G.  2001.  Resistance of Honey Bees to Tracheal Mites.  Mites of the Honey Bee-Webster & Delaplane, Ch. 9, 117-129.
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.
522.SAMMATARO, D., DEGUZMAN, L.I., GEORGE, S., OCHOA, R., OTIS, G. 2013. Standard methods for tracheal mite research. Journal of Apicultural Research 2(4):COLOSSS BEEBOOK Volume II #20.
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

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.

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. 
526.DE GUZMAN, L.I., KHONGPHINITBUNJONG, K., RINDERER, T.E., TARVER,M.R., FARKE, 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.
527ARONSTEIN, K.A., HOLLOWAY, B.A. 2013.  "Honey bee fungal pathogen, Ascosphaera apis; current understanding of host-pathogen interaction 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).
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.
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.
530.ZUMBA, J.X., MYERS, G.O., CLAWSON, E.L., MILLER, 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.
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.
532.KHONGPHINITBUNJONG, K., DE GUZMAN, L.I., TARVER, M.R., RINDERER, T.E., CHEN, Y., CHANTAWANNAKUL, P.  2015.  Differential viral levels and immune gene expression in three stocks of Apis mellifera induced by different numbers of Varroa destructor.  Journal of Insect Physiology.  72(2015)28-34. 
533.KIRRANE, M.J., DE GUZMAN, L.I., HOLLOWAY, B.A., FRAKE, A.M., RINDERER, T.E., WHELAN, P.M.  2015.  Phenotypic and Genetic Analyses of the Varroa Sensitive Hygienic Trait in Russian Honey Bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) Colonies.  PLOS ONE DOI:10.1371. 
534.CHAPMAN, N., BEEKMAN, M., ALLSOPP, M.H., RINDERER, T.E., LIM, J., OXLEY, P.R., OLDROYD, B.P.  2015.  Inheritance of thelytoky in the honey bee Apis mellifera capensis.  Heredity 114(6):584-592.
535.TOPLAK, I., CIGLENECKI, U.J., ARONSTEIN, K.A., GREGORC, A.  2013.  Chronic Bee Paralysis Virus and Nosema ceranae Experimental Co-Infection of Winter Honey Bee Workers (Apis mellifera L.).  Viruses 5 (9):2282-2297.
536. HUANG, W., SOLTER, L., ARONSTEIN, K.A., HUANG, Z.  2015.  Infectivity and virulence of Nosema ceranae and Nosema apis in commercially available North American honey bees.  Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 124:107-113.


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