ISIS  Citations of J. Woyke papers in 1983

   
1.
1983. American Bee Journal. 123(3): 182-186. Cobey, S. Instrumental
insemination: current developments and its application today.
Woyke papers cited:
   1. No: 27. Natural and artificial insemination of queen honeybees.
Bee World 43(1): 21-25, 1962.                                                                    No citations: 4.
   2. No: 54. Wovon hangt die Zahl der Spermien in der Samenblase
der auf naturlichem Wege begatteten Koniginnen ab? Zeitschr. fur
Bienenforsch. 8(3): 236-247; 1966.                                                              No citations: 1.
   3. No: 68a. Correlations between the age at which honeybee brood
was grafted, characteristics of the resultant queens, and results of
insemination. J. apic. Res. 10(1): 45-55    ; 1971.                                            No citations: 1.
   4. No: 84. Influence of external conditions of the number of
spermatozoa entering the spermatheca of instrumentally inseminated
queens. (& Jasiński, Z.) J. apic. Res. 12(3): 145-151; 1973.                              No citations: 1.
   5. No: 105. The influence of age on the results of instrumentally
inseminated queens. (& Jasiński, Z.) Apidologie 7(4): 301-306; 1976                      No citations: 1.
 
000106                                                      Together papers cited: 5.   Together citations: 8.

  
2. 1983. American Bee Journal. 123(4): 284-289. Cobey, S.
Drone rearing for instrumental insemination.
Woyke papers cited:
   6. No: 27. Natural and artificial insemination of queen honey bees.
Bee World 43(1): 21-25; 1962.                                                                      No citations: 1.
   7. No: 58. The development maturation and production of drones and
natural mating of virgin and drone honeybees. Final Techn. Report P.L.
480: 1-108, Bee Cult. Lab., Warsaw 1966.                                                     No citations: 1.
   8. No: 119. Biology of reproduction and genetics of the honeybee.
Final. Techn. Rep. for USDA. Bee Cult. Div., Agricult. Univ. Warsaw:
1-381; 1978.                                                                                                 No citations: 1.
   9. No: 3k. Manual and artificial insemination of queen bees. International
course on A.I. at Dol, CSSR: 67 pp. (& Ruttner, F. & Vesely, V.I.).                  No citations: 1.
000107                                                      Together papers cited: 4.   Together citations: 4.
 
 
3. 1983. Bul. Tech. Apic.(Academie d'Agriculture de France). 10(1): 13-36.
Cornuet, I.M.   Reproduction genetique et selection de l'abeille.
Woyke papers cited:
  10. No: 23. Histologiczna budowa organów rozrodczych trutnia.
Pozn. Tow. Przyj. Nauk, Wydz. Mat.-Przyr. Prace Kom. Biol. 19(2):
1-51, 1958.                                                                                                  No citations 1.
  11. No: 31. Drone larvae from fertilized eggs of the honeybee.
J. apic. Res. 2(1): 19-24; 1963.                                                                      No citations: 1.
  12. No: 36. What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeybee
colony. J. apic. Res. 2(2): 73-76; 1963.                                                           No citations: 1.
  13. No: 79d. Les alleles sexuels et la fecondation controlee. Intern.
Symp., Lunz am See: 69-74; 1972.                                                                 No citations: 1.
  14. No: 106. Population genetic studies on sex alleles in the honeybee
using the example of the Kangaroo Island bee sanctuary.
J. apic. Res. 15(3/4): 105-123; 1976.                                                               No citations: 1.
                                                 Together papers cited: 5.   Together citations: 5.     000108
 
 
4.
1983. Journal of Apicultural Research. 22(2): 69-78. Milne, Ch.P., Jr.;
Rothenbuhler, W.C.   The honeybee blastoderm fate map.
Woyke papers cited:
  15. No: 36. What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeybee colony.
J. apic. Res. 2(2): 73-76; 1963.                                                                     No citations 1.
  16No: 61b. Diploid drone substance - cannibalism substance.
XXI Intern. Apicult. Congr., Maryland 1967: 471-472; Apimondia
Publ. House, Bucharest 1969.                                                                       No citations: 1.
                                                 Together papers cited: 2.   Together citations: 2.     000109
 
 
5. 1983. Journal of Apicultural Research. 22(3): 184-190. Page, R.E., Jr.;
Laidlaw, H.H., Jr. & Erickson, E.H., Jr. Closed population honeybee
breeding 3. The distribution of sex alleles with gene supersedure.
Woyke papers cited:
  17. No: 31. Drone larvae from fertilized eggs of the honeybee.
J. apic. Res. 2(1): 19-24; 1963.                                                                    No citations: 1.
  18. No: 36. What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeybee colony.
J. apic. Res. 2(2): 73-76; 1963.                                                                    No citations: 1.
  19. No: 106. Population genetic studies on sex alleles in the honeybee
using the example of the Kangaroo Island bee sanctuary.
J. apic. Res. 15(3/4): 105-123; 1976.                                                            No citations: 2.
  20. No: 128. Effect of sex allele homo-heterozygosity on honeybee
colony population and on their honey production. I. Favourable
development conditions. J. apic. Res. 19(1): 51-63; 1980.                              No citations: 1.
  21. No: 138. Effect of sex allele homo-heterozygosity on honeybee
colony population  and in their honey production.2.Unfavorable
development conditions and restricted queens. J.apic.Res.20(3):
148-155;1981.                                                                                            No citations: 1.
                                                 Together papers cited: 5.   Together citations: 6.     000110
 
 
6.
1983. Queen rearing, ed. Ruttner, F., Apimondia. pp. 358. Weiss, K.
The influence of  rearing condition on queen development: 83-48.
Woyke papers cited:
  22. No: 37. Rearing and viability of diploid drone larvae.
J. apic. Res., 2(2): 77-84; 1963.                                                                   No citations: 1.
  23. No: 68a. Correlation between the age at which honeybee
brood was grafted, characteristics of the resultant queens and results
of insemination. J. apic. Res., 10(1): 45-55; 1971.                                          No citations: 1.
                                                 Together papers cited: 2.   Together citations: 2.     000469
 
 
7. 1983. Queen rearing, ed. Ruttner, F., Apimondia. pp.358. Ruttner, H., F.
Reliable rearing methods: 179-233.
Woyke papers cited:
   personal communication.                                                                           No citations: 1.
                                                 Together papers cited: 0.   Together citations: 1.     000470
 
 
8. 1983. Queen rearing, ed. Ruttner, F., Apimondia. pp.358. Ruttner, H.
Maintaining queen  during the mating period: 235-277.
Woyke papers cited:
  24. No: (105). The influence of age on the results of instrumental
insemination of honeybee queens. Apidologie, 7(4):
301-306; 1976  & Jas.                                                                                  No citations: 1.
                                                 Together papers cited: 0.   Together citations: 1.     000471
 
 
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. 1983. Queen rearing, ed. Ruttner, F., Apimondia. pp. 358. Ruttner, H.
Transport and introduction: 279-294.
Woyke papers cited:
  No: personal communication.                                                                     No citations: 2.
                                                 Together papers cited: 0.   Together citations: 2.     000472
 
 
10
. 1983. Insectes sociaux. 30(4): 376-383. Punnett, E.N., Winston, M. L.
Events following queen removal in colonies of european-derived honey bee races
(Apis mellifera).
Woyke papers cited:
  25. No: 68a. Correlations between the age at which honey bee brood
was grafted, characteristics of the resultant queens and results
of insemination. J. apic. Res., 10: 45-55; 1971.                                           No citations: 2.
                                                 Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 2.     000498
 
 
11
. 1983. Die Biene. 1/1983; 2/1983. Fischer, F., Schley, P.   Eigenschaften
und Handhabung des Spermas bei Bienen, I:13 - 15; II: 64 - 67.
Woyke papers cited:
  26. No: 25. Natural and artificial insemination of queen honeybees.
Pszczeln. Zesz. Nauk., 4: 183 - 275; 1960.                                                    No citations 3.
                                              Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 3.     000724
 
 
12. 1983. Journal of apicultural Research. 22(4). Moritz, R. F. A.
Homogeneous mixing of honeybee semen by centrifugation: 249 - 255.
Woyke papers cited:
  27. No: 27. Natural and artificial insemination of honey bees.
Bee World, 43: 21 - 25; 1962.                                                                       No citations 1.
  28. No: 35. Die Wirkung aufeinanderfolgender Drohnen auf die
Besamung der Knigin. XIX Intern. Apic. Congress, Prague:
550 - 552; 1964.                                                                                           No citations: 2.
  29.No: 102. Natural and instrumental insemination of Apis cerana
indica in India. J. apic. Res., 14: 153 - 159; 1975.                                            No citations: 1.
000798                                                      Together papers cited: 3.   Together citations: 4.
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. 1983. Apidologie. 14(4). Ruttner, F., Maul, V.   Experimental analysis
of reproductive interspecies isolation of Apis mellifera L. and Apis cerana
Fabr.: 309 - 327.
Woyke papers cited:
  30. No: 77. Reproduction in Apis cerana. Mating behaviour.
J. apic. Res., 11: 141 -146;1972.                                                                   No citations 4.
  31. No: 83. Reproduction in Apis cerana.2. Reproductive organs
natural insemination. J. apic. Res., 12: 21 - 34; 1973.                                     No citations: 0.
  32. No: 85. Instrumental insemination of Apis cerana indica.
J. apic. Res., 12: 151 158; 1973.                                                                  No citations: 1.
000803                                                      Together papers cited: 3.   Together citations: 5. 


14. 1983.   J. apic. Res.   22(1).   Chaud-Netto, J., Kerr, W. E., Bezerra, M. A. F.  
Mutations in honeybees, 2. Average rate of mutation based on seven genes
for eye colour: 17-21. 
Woyke papers cited::
   33. No: 86.   Laranja: a new honeybee mutation.
J. Hered., 64: 227-230; 1973.                                                                     No citations: 1. 
000985                                                     Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 1. 


15. 1983.   J. apic. Res.   22(2).   Pickard, R. S., Kither, G. Y.   An evaluation
of shaking and displacement methods for separating a sample of honeybees with
large hypopharyngeal glands from the remainder of a colony: 101-106. 
Woyke papers cited::
   34. No: 134.   International aspects of queen rearing around the world.
Bee World, 61: 32-37; 1980.                                                                        No citations: 1. 
000986                                                     Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 1. 


16
. 1983.   J. apic. Res.   22(3).   Woyke, J.   Length of haploid and diploid
spermatozoa of the honeybee and the question of the production of triploid
workers: 146-149. 
Woyke papers cited::
   35. No: 64.   A method of rearing diploid drones  in a honeybee colony.
J. apic. Res., 8(2): 65-74; 1969.                                                                   No citations: 2. 
   36. No: 100.   DNA content of spermatids and spermatozoa of haploid and
diploid drone honeybees. J. apic. Res., 14(1): 3-8; 1975.                                No citations: 1. 
   37. No: 98.   Spermatogenesis in diploid drone honeybees.
J. apic. Res., 13(3): 183-190; 1974   + Skowronek.                                        No citations: 2. 
000987                                                     Together papers cited: 3.   Together citations: 5. 


17.
1983.   J. apic. Res.   22(3).   Woyke, J.   Dynamics of entry of spermatozoa
into the spermatheca of instrumentally inseminated queen honeybees: 150-154. 
Woyke papers cited::
   38. No: 123.   Effect of the access of worker honeybees to the queen on the
results of instrumental insemination. J. apic. Res., 18(2): 136-143; 197               No citations: 1. 
   39. No: 124.   Number of worker bees necessary to attend instrumentally
inseminated queens kept in an incubator.
J. apic. Res., 10(2): 149-155; 1979 +Jasiński.                                                    No citations: 1. 
000988                                                         Together papers cited: 2.   Together citations: 2. 


18.
1983.   J. apic. Res.   22(4).   Nelson, D. L., Gary, N. E.   Honey
productivity of honeybee colonies in relation to body weight, attractiveness
and fecundity of the queen: 209-213. 
Woyke papers cited::
   40. No: 68a.   Correlations between the age at which honeybee brood was
grafted, characteristics of the resultant queens and results of insemination.
J. apic. Res., 10: 45-55; 1971.                                                                         No citations: 1. 
000989                                                     Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 1. 


                                                            1983 Together
                                      Woyke papers cited: 40; Citations: 55