ISIS 1984, Citations of  J. Woyke papers

 

1. 1984. Apidologie. 15(3): 315-328. Engels, E.; Engels, W. Drohnen �
ansammlungen bei nestern der stachellosen Biene Scaptotrigona postica.
Woyke papers cited:
   1. No: 36. What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeybee colony.
J. apic. Res. 2(2): 73-76; 1963.                                                                    No citations: 2.
000097                                                      Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 2.
 

2. 1984. Apidologie. 15(3): 339-354. Weiss, K. Regulierung des
proteinhaushaltes im bienenvolk (Apis mellifica L.) durch Brutkannibalismus.
Woyke papers cited:
   2. No: 36. What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeybee colony.
J. apic. Res. 2(2): 73-76.                                                                              No citations: 1.
   3. No: 107a. Brood-rearing efficiency and absconding in Indian honeybees.
J. apic. Res. 15(3/4): 133-143; 1976.                                                             No citations: 5.
   4. No: 110. Cannibalism and brood-rearing efficiency in the honeybee.
J. apic. Res. 16(2): 84-94; 1977.                                                                    No citations: 2.
000098                                                      Together papers cited: 3.   Together citations: 8.
 

3. 1984. Swedish Univ. Agric. Sci. Dept. Anim. Husbandry  Uppsala. 1983.
Ebbersten, K.
Woyke papers cited:
   5. No: 108b. The heredity of color patterns in the honey bee. Intern.
Symposium on Genetics, Selection and reproduction of the honey bee.
Moscow 1976:49-55, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest 1977.                  No citations: 43.
000099                                                    Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 43.
 

4. 1984. Genetics. 108: 985-997. Laidlaw, H.H.; Page, R.E. Polyandry in honey
bees (Apis mellifera L.): sperm utilization and intra colony genetic relationships.
Woyke papers cited:
   6. No: 27. Natural and artificial insemination of honeybees.
Bee World 43(1): 21-25; 1962.                                                                    No citations 4.:
   7. No: 39. Causes of repeated mating flights by queen honeybees.
J. apic. Res. 3(1): 17-23; 1964.                                                                    No citations: 2.
   8. No: 153. Dynamics of entry of spermatozoa into the spermatheca of
instrumentally inseminated queen honeybees. J. apic. Res. 22(3): 150-154;1983. No citations: 1.
000100                                                      Together papers cited: 3.   Together citations: 7.
 

5. 1984. Rev. Brasil. Genet.   VII, 3: 433-439. Cruz-Landin, C. da.
Haplo-diploidia em hymenoptera.
Woyke papers cited:
   9. No: 31. Drone larvae from fertilized eggs of the honeybee.
J. apic. Res.2(1): 19-24; 1963.                                                                     No citations: 1.
  10.  No: 41. Genetic proof of the origin of drones from fertilized eggs of
the honeybee. J. apic. Res. 4(1): 7-11; 1965.                                                 No citations: 1.
  11. No: 97. Genic balance, heterozygosity and inheritance of size of
testes in diploid drone honeybee. J. apic. Res. 13(2): 77-85; 1974.                   No citations: 1.
                                                 Together papers cited: 3.   Together citations: 3.     000101
 

6. 1984. Bee World. 65(1): 38-47. Taylor, A.R., Jr.; Spivak, M.  Climatic limits
of tropical African honeybees in the Americas.
Woyke papers cited:
  12. No: 94a. Experience with Apis mellifera adansonii in Brazil and
Poland. Apiacta 8(3): 115-116; 1973.                                                              No citations: 2.
                                                 Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 2.     000102
 

7. 1984. American Bee Journal 124(5): 385-387. Harizanis, P.C,; Gary, N.E.
The quality of insemination of queen honey bees mated under commercial conditions.
Woyke papers cited:
  13. No: 27. Natural and artificial insemination of queen honeybees.
Bee World 43(1):  21-25; 1962.                                                                    No citations 2.
  14. 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.
  15. No: 84. Influence of external conditions and the number of spermatozoa
entering the spermatheca of instrumentally inseminated honeybee queens.
(& Jasiński, Z.) J. apic. Res. 12(3): 145-151, 1973.                                         No citations: 1.
                                                 Together papers cited: 3.   Together citations: 4.     000103
 

8. 1984. Apidologie. 15(2): 189-204. Koeniger, G. Funktionsmorphologische
befunde bei der kopulation der honigbiene (Apis mellifera).
Woyke papers cited:
  16. No: 11a. Multiple mating of the honeybee queen (Apis mellifica L.)
in one nuptial flight. Bull. Acad. Polon. Sci. CI. II 3(5):
175-180; 1955.                                                                                              No citations 2.
  17. No: 24. An anatomical study of the mating process in the honeybee.
(& Ruttner, F.) Bee World 39(1): 3-18; 1958.                                                  No citations: 5.
                                                 Together papers cited: 2.   Together citations: 7.     000104
 

9. 1984. Apidologie. 15(2): 223-231.  Moritz, R.F.A.; Kühnert, M.
Seasonal effects on artificial insemination of honeybee queens (Apis mellifera).
Woyke papers cited:
  18.  No: 25. Naturalne i sztuczne unasienianie matek pszczelich.
Pszczeln. Zesz. nauk. 4(3-4): 183-275; 1960.                                                   No citations: 2.
  19. No: 9k. Instrumental insemination of the queen bee. Ed.: Ruttner, F.;
Apimondia Publishing House, Bucharest: 87-92; 1975 (& Ruttner, F.).               No citations: 2.
                                                 Together papers cited: 2.   Together citations: 4.     000105
 

10a. 1984. pp.132 Tubingen. Trenczek, M. Vitellogenin-Vorkommen bei
Drohnen der Honigbiene (Apis mellifera L.).
  20. wstep.                                                                                                    No citations 1.
  21. No: 29. The hatchability of "lethal" eggs in a two sex-allele fraternity of
honeybees. J. apic. Res.;, 1: 6-13; 1962.                                                           No citations: 1.
  22. No: 37. Rearing and viability of diploid drones.
J. apic. Res., 2(2): 77-84; 1963                                                                         No citations: 1.
  23. No: 31. Drone larvae from fertilized eggs of the honeybees.
J. apic. Res., 2(1): 19-24;1963.                                                                          No citations: 1.
  24. No: 41. Genetic proof of the origin of drones from fertilized eggs of the
honeybee. J. .apic. Res., 4(1): 7-11; 1965.                                                           No citations: 1.
                           Together papers cited: cont. below  Together citations: cont. below    000493
 

10b. 1984.  Tubingen, pp.132. Trenczek, M. Vitellogenin-Vorkommen dei
Drohnen der Honigbiene (Apis mellifera L.).
Woyke papers cited:
  25. No: 64. A method of rearing diploid drones in a honeybee colony.
J. apic. Res., 8(2): 65-74; 1969.                                                                           No citations: 1.
  26. No: 65. Rearing diploid drones on royal jelly or bee milk.
J. apic. Res., 8(3): 169-173; 1969.                                                                       No citations: 1.
  27. No: (73). New experimental data in the honeybee genetics.
XXIII Intern. Apicult. Congr. Moskwa: 365-367; 1971.                                         No citations: 2.
  28.  No: 82. Reproductive organs of haploid and diploid drone honeybees.
J. apic. Res., 12(1): 35-51.                                                                                   No citations: 5.
  29. No: 86. Laranja: a new honeybee mutation. J. Heredity, 64:
227-230; 1973.                                                                                                    No citations: 2.
                                Together papers cited: cont. below  Together citations: cont. below 00494
 

10c. 1984. Tubingen, pp.132. Trenczek, M. Vitellogenin-Vorkommen bei
Drohnen der Honigbiene. (Apis mellifera L.).
Woyke papers cited:
  30. No: 97. Genic balance, heterozygosity and inheritance of size of
testes in diploid drone honeybees. J. apic. Res., 13(2): 77-91; 1974.                        No citations: 3.
  31. No: 100. DNA content of spermatids and spermatozoa of haploid and
diploid drone honeybees. J. apic. Res., 14(1): 3-8; 1975.                                        No citations: 0.
  32. No: 112. Comparative biometrical investigation on diploid drones of the
honeybee. I. The head. J. apic. Res., 16(3): 131-142; 1977.                                    No citations: 2.
  33. No: 111 Sex determination in the honeybee. IUSSI Congr,
Wageningen: 188-190; 1977.                                                                                 No citations: 2.
  34. No: 114. Comparative biometrical investigation on diploid drones of
the honeybee. II. The thorax. J. apic. Res., 17(4): 195-205; 1978.                            No citations: 3.
                                Together papers cited: cont. below  Together citations: cont. below   000495
 

10d. 1984. Tubingen, pp.132. Trenczek, M. Vitellogenin-Vorkommen bei
Drohnen der Honigbiene. (Apis mellifera L.).
Woyke papers cited:
  35. No: 115. Comparative biometrical investigation on diploid drones of
the honeybee. III. The abdomen and weight. J. apic. Res., 17(4):
206-217; 1978.                                                                                                     No citations: 3.
  36. No: (129). Genetic background of sexuality in the diploid honeybee.
J. apic. Res., 19(2): 89-95; 1980                                                                             No citations: 1.
 37. No: 154. Lengths of haploid and diploid spermatozoa of the honeybee
and the question of the production of triploid workers.
J. apic. Res., 22(3): 146-149; 1983.                                                                          No citations: 3.
  38. No: 57. The chromosome number as proof that drones can arise from
fertilized eggs of the honeybees. J. apic. Res., 5(3): 149-154 & Knytel.                        No citations: 1.
  39. No: 98. Spermatogenesis in diploid drones of the honeybees.
J. apic. Res., 13(3): 183-190; 1974  & Skowronek.                                                     No citations: 1.
                                                     Together papers cited: 17.   Together citations: 34.     000496
 

11. 1984. Insectes sociaux. 31(3):221-237. Fell, R.D., Morse, R.A.   Emergency
queen cell production in the honey bee colony.
Woyke papers cited:
  40. No: 49 Rearing diploid drone larvae in queen cells in a colony.
J. apic. Res., 4: 143-148; 1965.                                                                                 No citations 1.
                                                  Together papers cited: 1. Together citations.: 1.     000497
 

12. 1984. Kerr, E. K. Mutation in bees. 3, Application in bee populations of
mutation rate of ... pp. 13.
Woyke papers cited:
  41. No: 36. What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeybee colony.
J. apic. Res., 2: 73 - 75; 1963.                                                                                   No citations 1.
  42. No: 106. Population genetic studies on sex alleles in the honeybee using
the example of the Kangaroo Island bee sanctuary.
J. apic. Res. 15: 105 - 123; 1976.                                                                               No citations: 0.
                                                             Together papers cited: 2.   Together citations: 1.     000678
 

13a. 1984. Apidologie. 15(2)). Woyke, J. Exploitation of comb cells for brood
rearing in honeybee colonies with larvae of different survival rates: 123 - 136.
Woyke papers cited:
  43. No: 31. Drone larvae from fertilized eggs of the honeybee.
J. apic. Res. 2: 19 - 24; 1963.                                                                                No citations 1.
  44. No: 36. What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeybee colony.
J. apic. Res., 2: 73 - 76; 1963.                                                                               No citations: 1.
  45. No: 107. Brood-rearing efficiency and absconding in Indian honeybees.
J. apic. Res. 15: 133 - 143; 1976.                                                                           No citations: 1.
  46. No: 110. Cannibalism and brood-rearing efficiency in the honeybee.
J. apic. Res. 16: 84 - 94; 1977.                                                                               No citations: 1.
  47. No: 128. Effect of sex allele homo-heterozygosity on honeybee colony
population and on their honey production.  1. Favourable development
conditions. J. apic. Res., 19(1): 51-63; 1980.                                                            No citations: 1.
                           Together papers cited: cont. below.   Together citations: cont. below.     000679
 

13b. 1984. Apidologie. 15(2). Woyke, J. Exploitation of comb cells for brood
rearing in honeybee colonies with larvae of different survival rates: 123 - 136.
Woyke papers cited:
  48. No: 138. Effect of sex allele homo-heterozygosity on honey bee colony
population and on their honey production. 2. Unfavour. developm. cond.and
restr. queens. J. apic.Res. 20:148-155;1977.                                                             No citations 1.
                                                         Together papers cited: 6.   Together citations: 6.     000680
 

14. 1984. Rev. Brasil. Genet. VII(3). da Cruz-Landim, C.
Haplo-diploidia em Hymenoptera: 433 - 449.
Woyke papers cited:
  49. No: 31. Drone larvae from fertilized eggs of the honeybee,
J. apic. Res., 2: 73 - 75; 1963.                                                                               No citations 1.
  50. No: 41. Genetic proof of the origin of drones from fertilized eggs of the
honeybee. J. apic. Res., 4: 7 - 11; 1965.                                                                 No citations: 1.
  51. No: 97. Genetic balance, heterozygosity and inheritance of size of testis
in diploid drone honeybees. J. apic. Res., 13: 77 - 91; 1974.                                     No citations: 1.
                                                         Together papers cited: 3.   Together citations: 3.     000690
 

15. 1984. Apidologie. 15(4). Woyke, J. Survival and prophylactic control of
Tropilaelaps clareae infesting Apis mellifera colonies in Afghanistan: 421 - 434.
Woyke papers cited:
  52. No: 166. Beekeeping in Afghanistan. Proc. Expert. Cons. on Beekeeping
with Apis mellifera in tropical and Subtropical Asia: 124-130; 1984                            No citations: 1
                                                             Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 1.     000738
 

16. 1984. Zeitschr. fuer Tierzchtung und Zuchtungsbiologie. 101(5) P. Parey.
Moritz, R. F. A.   Selection in small populations of the honeybee: 394 - 400.
Woyke papers cited:
  53. No: 128. Effect of sex allele homo-heterozygosity on honeybee colony
populations and on their honey production I. Favorable development conditions
and unrestrickted queens. J. apic. Res., 19: 51-63;1980.                                             No citations 2.
  54. No: 138. Effect of sex allele homo-heterozygosity on honeybee colony
populations and on their honey production II. Unfavorable development
conditions. and restricted queens, J.apic.Res.,20:148-155;1981.                                   No citations: 2.
000750                                                                   Together papers cited: 2.   Together citations: 4.
 

17. 1984. Proc. Japan. Acad.   60(B).   Hoshiba, H.    The C. banding analysis
of the diploid male and female honeybee: 238 - 240.
Woyke papers cited:
  55. No: 31. Drone larvae from fertilized eggs of the honeybee.
J. apic. Res., 2(1): 19 - 24; 1963.                                                                              No citations 1.
  56. No: 64. A method of rearing diploid drones in a honeybee colony.
J. apic. Res., 8(2): 65 - 71; 1969.                                                                              No citations: 1.
000793                                                                   Together papers cited: 2.   Together citations: 2. 


18. 1984. J. apic. Res. 23(1). de Camargo, C. A.  Spermatozoa numbers and migration
 to the seminal vesicles in haploid and diploid males of Melipona quadrifasciata Lep.: 15-17.
Woyke papers cited:
   56. No: 61.   Diploid drone substance - cannibalism substance,
21 Int. Beekeep. Congr., Maryland: 471-472; 1967.                                                   No citations: 1.  
   57. No: 97.   Genic balance, heterozygosity and inheritance of size of testes
in diploid drone honeybee. J. apic. Res., 13(2): 77-91; 1974.                                       No citations:: 1.  
000990                                                                 Together papers cited: 2.   Together citations: 2.     


19. 1984.   J. apic. Res.   23(1).   Harbo, J. R., Szabo, T. I.   A comparison of
instrumentally inseminated and naturally mated queens: 31-36.  
Woyke papers cited:
   58. No: 9k The instrumental insemination  of the queen bee.,
Apimondia publ. : 87-92; 1976.                                                                                 No citations: 0.  
000991                                                                     Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 0.     

20. 1984.   J. apic. Res.   23(1).   Jay, S. C., Dixon, D.   Infertile and Nosema-infected
honeybees shipped to Western Canada: 40-44.  
Woyke papers cited:
   59. No: 27.   Natural and artificial insemination of queen honeybees.
Bee World 43(1): 21-25, 91; 1962.                                                                            No citations: 1.  
   60. No: 56.   The presence of spermatozoa in eggs  as proof that drones can
develop from inseminated eggs of the honeybee.
J. apic. Res., 5(2): 71-78; 1966  + Knytel  + Bergandy.                                               No citations: 1.  
000992                                                                     Together papers cited: 2.   Together citations: 2.     

21.
1984.   J. apic. Res.   23(3).   Woyke, J.   Ultrastructure of single and multiple
diploid honeybee spermatozoa: 123-135.  
Woyke papers cited:
   61. No: 31.   Drone larvae from fertilized eggs of the honeybee.
J. apic. Res., 2(2): 73-75; 1963.                                                                                 No citations: 1.  
   62. No: 64.   A method of rearing diploid drones in a honeybee colony.
J. apic. Res., 8(2): 65-71; 1969.                                                                                 No citations: 2.  
   63. 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.  
   64. No: 154.   Length of haploid and diploid spermatozoa of the honeybee
and the question of the production of triploid workers.
J. apic. Res., 22(3): 146-149; 1983.                                                                            No citations: 3.  
   65. No: 98.   Spermatogenesis in diploid drones of the honeybee.
J. apic. Res., 13(3): 183-190; 1974  + Skowronek.   
000993                                                                      Together papers cited: 5; Together citations: 9.     


22.
1984.   J. apic. Res.   23(3).   Inoue, T., Sakagami, S. F., Salmah, S., Nukmal, N.   
Discovery of successful absconding in the stingless bee  Trigona (Tetragonula) laeviceps:
136-142.  
Woyke papers cited:
   66. No: 107a.   Brood rearing efficiency and absconding in Indian honeybees.
J. apic. Res. 15: 133-143; 1976.                                                                               No citations: 2.  
000994                                                                 Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 2.     


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. 1984.   J. apic. Res.   23(3).   Woyke, J.   Correlations and interactions  between
population, length of worker life and honey production  by honeybees in a temperate
region: 148-156.  
Woyke papers cited:
   67. No: 107.   Brood rearing  efficiency and absconding in Indian honeybees.
J. apic. Res., 15(3/4): 133-143; 1976.                                                                       No citations: 2.  
   68. No: 110.   Cannibalism and brood rearing efficiency in the honeybee.
J. apic. Res., 16(2): 84-94; 1977.                                                                              No citations: 1.  
   69. No: 128.   Effect of sex-allele homo-heterozygosity on honeybee colony
population and their honey production. 1. Favourable development conditions.
J. apic. Res., 19(1): 51-63; 1980.                                                                              No citations: 2.  
   70. No: 138.   Effect of sex-allele homo-heterozygosity on honeybee colony
population  and on their honey prod. 2. Unfavorable development conditions and
restrickted queens. J. apic Res., 20(3): 148-155; 1981.                                                No citations: 1.  
000995                                                                Together papers cited: 4.   Together citations: 6.     


24. 1984.   J. apic. Res.   23(4).   Woyke, J.   Increase in life-span, unit honey
productivity and honey surplus with fumagillin treatment of honeybees: 209-212.  
Woyke papers cited:
   71. No: 128.   Effect of sex-allele homo-heterozygosity on honeybee colony
population and on their honey production, 1, Favourable development conditions,
J. apic. Res., 19(1): 51-63; 1980.                                                                               No citations: 1.  
   72. No: 140.   Influence of internal factors of the bee colony on honey
production in El Salvador. 28 Intern. Beekeep. Congr. Acapulco: 298-304; 198              No citations: 1.  
   73. No: 165. Correlations and interactions between population, longevity
and honey production by honeybees in temperate zone.
J. apic. Res., 23(3): 148-154; 1984.                                                                             No citations: 3.  
000996                                                                     Together papers cited: 3.   Together citations: 5.     


                                                                             1984 Together
                                                            Woyke papers cited: 73; Citations: 158