ISIS, Citations of J. Woyke papers in 1988



1. 1988.   Amer Bee J.   1988, 128 (1): 27.   Shah, F. A., Shah, T. A.  
Tropilaelaps clareae
, a serious pest of honey bees; flour dusting controls
for Varroa disease.  
Woyke papers cited:
   1. No: 174.   Tropilaelaps clareae a serious pest of Apis mellifera in the
tropics, but not dangerous for apiculture in temp. zones.
Amer. Bee J. 125: 497-499, 1985.                                                          No citations: 3.  
                                         Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 3.     000055


2. 1988. Garten und Kleintierzucht. 1: 9. Dröge, G.  Neuste Erkenntnisse aus
Wissenschaft und Praxis (1) Bienen-Biologie.  
Woyke papers cited:
   2. No: 198  Can the number of ovarioles of honeybee queens be estimated
by external character?  
Abstr. of  Reports, XXXI Intern. Apicult. Congr., Warsaw: 78-79; 1987.     No citations: 1.:  
   3. No: 199.   The cause of inclining of honeybee eggs in comb cells.
Abstr. of  Reports, XXXI Intern. Apicult. Congr., Warsaw: 88, 1987.          No citations: 1.  
                                             Together papers cited: 2.   Together citations: 2.     000056


3. 1988.   The Newsletter on Beekeeping.  5 (1): 3.  Jaycox, E. R.
Determining ovary size in queens.    
Prace cytowane?
                                                                                                               No citations: 1.  
                                             Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 1.     000057


4. 1988.   Bee World.    69 (1): 15-18.   Bradbear, N.   World distribution of
major honeybee diseases and pests.  
Woyke papers cited:
   5. No: 166. Beekeeping in Afghanistan. Proceedings of the expert
consultation on  beekeeping with Apis mellifera in tropical and
subtropical Asia, FAO, Rome: 124-130, 1984.                                              No citations: 1.  
   6. No: 170. Tropilaelaps clareae in Afghanistan, and control methods
applicable in tropical Asia. Proc. of  the Third Inter.Conf. on Apic. in
Tropical Climates, Nairobi, Kenya, 1984: 163-164.                                       No citations: 1.  
                                             Together papers cited: 2.   Together citations: 2.     000058


5. 1988. The American Naturalist. 131 (4): 602-610.  Sherman, P. W.,
Seeley, T. D., Reeve, H. K.   Notes and comments. Parasites, pathogens,
and polyandry in social Hymenoptera.  
Woyke papers cited:
   7. No: 27. Natural and artificial insemination.
Bee World 43: 21-25, 1962.                                                                        No citations: 1.  
   8. No: 31.   Drone larvae from fertilized eggs...
J. apic. Res. 2: 19-24, 1963.                                                                        No citations: 1.  
   9. No: 128. Effect of sex allele homo-heterozygosity...
J. apic. Res. 19: 51-63, 1980.                                                                       No citations: 1.  
                                                Together papers cited: 3.   Together citations: 3.     000059


6. 1988.   Honeybee Science.  9(1): 33-34.   Tadaharu Yoshida. 
An idea on destroying Varroa mite.  
Woyke papers cited:
   10. No: 195. Biology and control of the parasitic bee mite Tropilaelaps
clareae and some comparison to Varroa jacobsoni.
FAO, Workshop on parasitic bee mites  . Puławy: 1-29, 1987 ,                       No citations: 2.  
                                                Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 2.     000060


7. 1988. Amer. Bee J. 128 (11): 766-769.   Scott-Dupree, D. C., Kelly, P. G.   
Analysis of New Zealand queens for colony acceptance, reproductive potential
and suitability for outaprio conditions.  
Woyke papers cited:
   11. No: 68. Correlations between the age at which honey bee brood was
grafted characteristics of the resultant queens, and.results of insemination.
J. apic. Res. 10 (1): 45-55, 1971.                                                                  No citations: 3.  
                                                 Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 3.     000061


8. 1988.   J. apic. Res.   27 (2): 95-102. Hepburn, H. R. Absconding in the
African honeybee: the queen, engorgement and wax secretion.  
12.  African bees. ed. D. J. C. Fletcher. Pretoria, SA: Apimondia. 1977.           No citations: 1.  
                                                 Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 1.     000062


9. 1988. Proc. Second Australian and Intern. Bee Congress 1988.  str. 45-46.
Brood survival in productive bee colonies in Australia as test for breeding
honey bees in closed populations.  
Woyke papers cited:
   13. No: 31. Drone larvae from fertilized eggs of the honeybee.
J. apic. Res. 2(1): 19-24; 1963.                                                                     No citations: 1.  
   14. No: 36.   What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeybee colony.
J. apic. Res. 2(2): 73-76; 1963.                                                                     No citations: 1.  
   15. No: 79b.   Sex alleles and controlled mating.
Apimondia Sci. Bull. 1: 103-108; 1972.                                                          No citations: 1.  
   16. 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.  
   17. No: 110.   Cannibalism and brood-rearing efficiency in the honeybee.
J. apic. Res. 16(2): 84-94; 1977.                                                                     No citations: 1.  
                                                 Together papers cited: 5.   Together citations: 5.     000182


10. 1988.   Proc. Second Australian and Int. Bee Congress 1988.   47-48.  
Nelson, D.L. Assessment of queen quality in honey bees.  
Woyke papers cited:
   18. No: 68.   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.:  
    19. No: 165.   Correlations and interactions between population, length of
worker life and honey production by honeybees in temperate region.
J. apic. Res. 23(3): 148-154; 1984.                                                                 No citations: 1.  
                                                 Together papers cited: 2.   Together citations: 2.     000183


11. 1988.   Proc. Second Australian and Intern. Bee Congress' 198.   51-53.   
Allan, L. F. & Conick, M. J.   The western australian bee breeding programe.  
Woyke papers cited:
   20. 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: 1.   Together citations: 1.     000184


12. 1988. Proc. Second Australian and Intern. Bee Congress 1988.   62-64.   
Oldroyd, B.P. Biological and practical problems in bee breeding.  
Woyke papers cited:
   21. No: 31.   Drone larvae from fertilized eggs of the honeybee.
J. apic. Res. 2(1): 19-24; 1963.                                                                      No citations: 1.  
   22. No: 36.   What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeybee colony.
J. apic. Res. 2(2): 73-76; 1963.                                                                       No citations: 1.  
   23. No: 39.   Causes of repeated mating flights by queen honeybees.
J. apic. Res. 3(1): 17-23; 1964.                                                                       No citations: 1.  
                                                 Together papers cited: 3.   Together citations: 3.     000185


13. 1988.   Proc. Second Australian and Intern. Bee Congress 19'88.   70-73.  
Giordani, G.  Tropical parasitic mites as a major pest of honey bees.  
Woyke papers cited:
   24. No: 171. Survival and prophylactic control of Tropilaelaps clareae
infesting Apis mellifera colonies in Afghanistan.
Apidologie 15(4): 421-434; 1984.                                                                   No citations: 1.  
   25. No: 174.   Tropilaelaps clareae, a serious pest of Apis mellifera in the
tropics, but not dangerous for apiculture in temperate zones.
Am. Bee J. 125(7): 497-499; 1985.                                                                 No citations: 1.  
                                                 Together papers cited: 2.   Together citations: 2.     000186


14.
1988.   Proc. Second Australian and Intern. Bee Congress 1988.   110-111.  
Szabo, T.I. Number of spermatozoa in the spermathecae of queens from 0 to 3
years old reared in Beaverladge, Alberta, Canada.  
Woyke papers cited:
    26. No: 54. Wovon hängt die Zahl der Spermien in der Samenblase der
auf natürlichem Wege begatteten Königinnen ab?
Zeitschr. für Bienenforsch. 8(3): 236-247; 1966.                                             No citations: 1.
   27. 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.  
  28. No: 74.   Biology and reproduction as basis for production of new
varieties of  honeybees.
Final Techn. Rep. for USA; Bee Cult. Lab. Warsaw: 1-154; 1971.                    No citations:1.
                                                Together papers cited: 3.   Together citations: 3.     000187


15. 1988.   Honeybee Science.    9(1):27-32.   Tadaru Yoshida, Mitsuo Matsuka,
Hideo Watanabe.   The 31st International Apicultural Congress.    
Woyke papers cited: ?
                                                                                                                   No citations: 1.  
                                                 Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 1.     000197


16. 1988. Africanized Honey Bees and Bee Mites.  E. Horwood Lmt. Chich. P.
Tangkanasing, S. Wongsiri, S. Vongsamanode.   Integrated control of
Varroa jacobsoni and Tropilaelaps clareae in bee hives in Thailand.  
Woyke papers cited:
   30. No: 171. Survival and prophylactic control of Tropilaelaps clareae
infesting Apis mellifera colonies in Afghanistan.
Apidologie 15  (4): 421-434, 1984.                                                                 No citations: 1.  
   31. No: 174.   Tropilaelaps clareae, a serious pest of Apis mellifera
in the tropics, but not dangerous for apiculture in temperate zones.
Amer. Bee Journ. 125 (7): 497-499, 1985.                                                      No citations: 1.  
   32. No: 177 b.   Combat of the parasitic bee mite Tropilaelaps clareae
without use of medicine.
XXX Intern. Apicult. Congress, Nagoya, Japan: 284-286, 1985.                        No citations: 1.  
                                                Together papers cited: 3.   Together citations: 3.     000230


17
. 1988.   Kleszcz Varroa- wozbuditiel warroatoza pczel.   Kijew Nauk.Dumka. 
 I.A. Akimow, I.S. Starowir, A.W. Jastrebcow, W.T. Gorgol.  
Puti specjalizacii kleszczej Varroa  jacobsoni i Tropilaelaps clareae k parazitirowaniju
 w semje medonosnoj pczely.  
Woyke papers cited:
   33.No: 174.   Tropilaelaps clareae, a serious pest of Apis mellifera in the
tropics, but not dangerous for apiculture in temperate zones.
Amer. Bee. Journ. 125(7): 497-499, 1985.                                                     No citations: 5.  
                                                 Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 5.     000231


18. 1988. Africanized Honey bees and bee mites, ed. Nedham,G.R., i inn.,
Horwood. Crane, E.  Africanized bees, and mites parasitic on bees, in relation
to world beekeeping:
1-9.
Woyke papers cited:
   34. No: 170. Tropilaelaps clareae in Afghanistan, and control methods that
could be applied in Tropical Asia.
3rd Intern. Conf. Apicul. Tropic. Climates, Nairobi: 163-166; 1984.                 No citations: 1.  
                                                Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 1.     000343


19. 1988. Africanized honey bees and bee mites, ed. Needham,G. R. i inn.,
Horwood.Taylor, Jr., O. R.   Ecology and economic impact of African and
Africanized honey bees: 29-41.  
Woyke papers cited:
   35. No: 94a.   Experiences with Apis mellifera adansonii in Brazil
and in Poland, Apiacta, 8(3): 115-116; 1973                                                   No citations: 2.  
                                                 Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 2.     000344


20 1988.   Africanized Honey bees and bee mites,ed. Needham et all, Horwood.    
Moritz, R. F. A.   Selection of group characters in honey bees (Apis mellifera): 118-124.  
Woyke papers cited:
   36. No: B 9. The instrumental insemination of the queen bee, ed. Ruttner, F.,
Apimondia Publ. House Bucharest: 7-9; 1976.                                               No citations: 1.  
                                               Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 1.     000345


21. 1988.   Africanized  honey bees and bee mites. ed.Needham G. R. et all.,
Horwood. Getz, W. M.  Kin recognition in the honey bee: a communication
perspective: 159-166.  
Woyke papers cited:
   37. No: 48.   Do honeybees eat diploid drone larvae because they are in
worker cells. J. apic. Res., 4: 65-70; 1965.                                                   No citations: 1.  
                                              Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 1.     000346


22
. 1988.   Africanized honey bees and bee mites, ed. Needham, G. R. et all, Horwood.   
Königer, G.   Mating behavior of honey bees: 167-172.  
Woyke papers cited:
   38. No: 15a. Anatomo-physiological changes in queen bees returning
from mating flights. Bull. Acad. Polon. Sci. Cl. 4(3): 81-87; 1956.                 No citations: 1.  
   39. No: 25. Naturalne i sztuczne unasienianie matek pszczelich,
Pszczeln. Zesz. nauk., 4(3-4): 183-275; 1960.                                              No citations: 1.  
   40. No: 24.   An anatomical study of the mating process in the honey bee.
Bee World, 39(1); 1958.                                                                              No citations: 1.  
  41 No: 83. Reproduction in Apis cerana 2. Reproductive organs and natural
insemination. J. apic. Res., 12(1): 21-34; 1973.                                              No citations: 1.  
                                                 Together papers cited: 4.   Together citations: 4.     000347


23. 1988.   Africanized honey bees and bee mites. ed. Needham, G. R. et all,
Horwood. Dietz, A., Krell, R., Pettis, J.   Survival of Africanized and European
honey-bee colonies confined in a refrigeration chamber: 237-242.  
Woyke papers cited:
   42. No: 94a.   Experiences with Apis mellifera adansonii in Brazil
and in Poland. Apiacta, 8(3): 115-116; 1973.                                                No citations: 2.:  
                                                Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 2.     000348


24. 1988.   Africanized honey bees and bee mites. ed. Needham, G. R. et all,
Horwood. Eickwort, G. C.   The origins of mites associated with honey bees: 327-338.  
Woyke papers cited:
   43. No: 171.   Survival and prophylactic control of Tropilaelaps clareae
infesting Apis mellifera colonies in Afghanistan.  
Apidologie, 15(4): 421-434; 1984.                                                               No citations: 1.  
                                            Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 1.     000349


25. 1988.   Africanized honey bees and bee mites. ed. Needham, G. R. et all,
Horwood. Ritter, W., Schneider-Ritter, U.   Differences in biology and means
of controlling Varroa jacobsoni and Tropilaelaps clareae, two novel parasitic
mites of Apis mellifera: 387-395.
Woyke papers cited:
   44. No: 171.   Survival and prophylactic control of Tropilaelaps clareae
infesting Apis mellifera in Afghanistan. Apidologie, 15(4): 421-434; 1984.       No citations: 3.  
   45. No: 178.   Changes in tissue poliploidization during development
of haploid and diploid drones, workers and queens honeybees.
J. apic. Res., 24(4): 250-254; 1985.                                                               No citations: 1.  
                                                Together papers cited: 2.   Together citations: 4.     000350


26.
1988.   Africanized honey bees and bee mites. ed. Needham, G. R. et all,
Horwood.  Aggarwal, K.   Incidence of Tropilaelaps clareae on three Apis
species in Hisar (India): 393-403.  
Woyke papers cited:
   46. No: 170. Tropilaelaps clareae in Afghanistan and control methods
that could be applied in Tropical Asia.
3rd Intern. Conf. Apicult. Tropic. Climates, Nairobi: 163-166; 1984.                No citations: 1.  
   47. No: 174.   Tropilaelaps clareae, a serious pest of Apis mellifera in the
tropics, but not dangerous for apiculture in temperate zones,
Amer. Bee Journ., 125(7): 497-499; 1985.                                                      No citations: 1.  
                                                 Together papers cited: 2.   Together citations: 2.     000351


27. 1988.   Africanized honey bees and bee mites. ed. Needham, G. R. et all,
Horwood.  Tangkanasing P., Wongsiri,S., Vongsamanode, S.   Integrated control of
Varroa jacobsoni
and Tropilaelaps clareae in bee hives in Thailand: 409-412.  
Woyke papers cited:
   48. No: 171.   Survival and prophylactic control of Tropilaelaps clareae
infesting Apis mellifera colonies in Afghanistan.

Apidologie, 15(4): 421-434; 1984.                                                                  No citations: 0.  
   49. No: 174.   Tropilaelaps clareae, a serious pest of Apis mellifera in the
tropics, but not dangerous for apiculture in temperate zones.
Amer. Bee Journ., 125(7): 497-499; 1985.                                                      No citations: 0.  
   50. .No: 177b.   Combat of the parasitic bee mite Tropilaelaps clareae  
without use of medicine,
Proc. Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania: 284-286; 1985.                  No citations: 0.  
                                                    Together papers cited: 3.   Together citations: 0.     000352


28a. 1988.   Biogeography and taxonomy of honeybees, Springer
Verlag pp.XII + 284.    Ruttner, F.   
Woyke papers cited:
   51. No: 77.   Repoduction in Apis cerana, 1. Mating behavior,
J. apic. Res., 11: 141-146; 1972.                                                                     No citations: 1.  
 52 No: 83.   Reproduction in Apis cerana, 2. Reproductive organs
and natural insemination, J. apic. Res., 12: 21-34; 1973.                                    No citations: 3.  
   53. No: 85.   Instrumental insemination of Apis cerana indica queens,
J. apic. Res., 12: 151-158; 1973.                                                                      No citations: 3.  
   54. No: 104. The eggs in the comb cells of three honeybee species in India,
Proc. Intern. Congr. No. Beekeep., 25: 340; 1975.                                             No citations: 1.  
   55. No: 102.   Natural and instrumental insemination of Apis cerana indica
in India. J. apic. Res., 14: 153-159; 1975.                                                           No citations: 3.  
                     Together papers cited: cont. bellow   Together citations: cont. bellow     000370


28b. 1988.   Biogeography and taxonomy of honeybees. Springer Verlag,
pp. XII + 284. Ruttner, F.   
Woyke papers cited:
   56. No: 107.   Brood-rearing efficiency and absconding in Indian honeybees.
J. apic. Res., 15: 133-143; 1976.                                                                      No citations: 2.  
  57. No: 109. The density of the bristles covering the ving as discrimination
value between African and other races of bees.
Proc. Apimodnia Symp. Afr. Bees, Pretoria: 15-24; 1976.                                  No citations: 1.  
   58.. No: 122.   Sex determination in Apis cerana indica,
J. apic. Res., 18: 122-127; 1979.                                                                       No citations: 1.  
   59. No: 127. Evidence and action of cannibalism substance in Apis cerana
 indica. J. apic. Res., 19: 6-16; 1980.                                                                No citations: 2.  
   60. No: 171.   Survival and prophylactic control of Tropilaelaps clareae
infesting Apis mellifera colonies in Afghanistan,
Apidologie, 15: 421-434; 1984.                                                                          No citations: 1.  
                                                 Together papers cited: 10.   Together citations: 17.     000371


29. 1988.   Artificial insemination of the cape honeybee and the influence of
various factors on succes.   pp.70 Stellenbosch.   Buys, B.   Rozdz.2:
Ovariole number, spermatheca volume and sperm content in queens, and sperm
production in drones of Apis mellifera capensis Esch.: 7-16.  
Woyke papers cited:
   61. No: 25. Natural and artificial insemination of queen honeybees.
Pszczeln. Zesz. nauk., 4: 183-275; 1960.                                                           No citations: 7.  
   62. No: 68aCorr. 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.  
   63. No: 99.   Comparison of reproductive organs and the effect of artificial
and natural insemination of bees of different races and their hybrids.
Pszczeln. Zesz. nauk., 18: 53-75; 1974                                                               No citations: 2.  
                                                    Together papers cited: 3.   Together citations: 10.     000460


30. 1988.   Artificial insemination of the cape honeybee Apis mellifera capensis Esch.
and the influence of various factors on success.   Stelenbosch pp. 69.   Buys, B.  
rozdz.3: Effect of humidity on the results of artificial insemination of queen honeybees: 19-26.  
Woyke papers cited:
   64. No: 25. Natural and artificial insemination of queen honeybees.
Pszczeln. Zesz. nauk., 4: 183-275; 1960.                                                           No citations: 1.  
   65. No: 123.   Effect of access of worker honeybees to the queen on
the results of instrumental insemination. J. apic. Res., 19: 136-143; 1979.              No citations: 1.  
   66. No: 84.   Influence of external conditions on the number of spermatozoa
entering the spermatheca of instrumentally inseminated honeybee queens.
J. apic. Res., 12: 145-151; 1973  & Jas.                                                               No citations: 1.  
   67. No: 124.   Number of worker bees necessary to attend instrumentally
inseminated queens kept in an incubator. Apidologie, 10: 149-155; 1979.                 No citations: 1.  
                                                         Together papers cited: 4.   Together citations: 4.     000461


31. 1988.   Artificial insemination of the cape honeybee and the influence of various
factors on success.   Stellenbosch, pp.69.   Buys, B.   rozdz.4: Effect of semen dose
on the results of artificial insemination of Apis mellifera capensis Esch.. queens: 27-36.  
Woyke papers cited:
   68. No: 25. Natural and artificial insemination of queen honeybees.
Pszczeln. Zesz. nauk., 4: 183-275; 1960.                                                            No citations: 3.  
   69. No: 123.   Effect of the access or worker honeybees to the queen on the
results of instrumental insemination. J. apic. Res., 19: 136-143; 1979             .       No citations: 1.  
                                                    Together papers cited: 2.   Together citations: 4.     000462


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. 1988.   Artificial insemination of the cape honeybee Apis mellifera capensis Esch.
and the influence of various factors on success.   Stellenbosch,pp.69.   Buys, B.  
rozdz.5: Effect of semen dilution with IVT on the results of artificial insemination of
queen honeybees: 37-45.  
Woyke papers cited:
   70. No: 25.   Natural and artificial insemination of queen honeybees.
Pszczeln. Zesz. nauk., 4: 183-275; 1960.                                                           No citations: 1.  
                                                    Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 1.     000463


33. 1988.   Artificial insemination of the cape honeybee Apis mellifera capensis Esch.
and the influence of various factors on success.   Stellenbosch,pp.69.   Buys, B.  
rozdz. 6: Effect of worker absence on the results of artificial insemination and survival
of queen honeybees: 46-57.  
Woyke papers cited:
   71. No: 85. Instrumental insemination of Apis cerana indica queens.
J. apic. Res., 12:151-158; 1973.                                                                        No citations: 1.  
   72. No: 123.   Effect of the access of worker honeybees to the queen on
the results of instrumental insemination. J. apic. Res., 19: 136-143; 1979.             No citations: 1.  
   73. No: 204. Problems with queen banks.
Am. Bee J., 128: 276-278; 1988.                                                                       No citations: 1.
   74. No: 124. Number of worker bees necessary to attend instrumentally
inseminated queens kept in an incubator. Apidologie, 10: 149-155; 1979                No citations: 1.  
                                                     Together papers cited: 4.   Together citations: 4.     000464


34. 1988. Artificial insemination of the cape honeybee Apis mellifera capensis Esch.
and the influence of various factors on success.   Stellenbosch,pp.69.   Buys, B.   
Effect of age of Apis mellifera capensis Esch. queens on the results of artificial
insemination: 58-69.  
Woyke papers cited:
   75. No: 25.   Natural and artificial insemination of queen honeybees.
Pszczeln. Zesz. nauk., 4: 183-275; 1960.                                                           No citations: 1.  
   76. No: 105.   The influence of age on the results of instrumental
insemination of honeybee queens. Apidologie, 7: 301-306; 1976  & Jas.                No citations: 1.  
                                                    Together papers cited: 2.   Together citations: 2.     000465


35.
1988.   Indian Bee Journal.    Suryanarayana, M.C., Mujumdar, S. M.  
Tropilaelaps clareae on Apis mellifera in Uttar Pradesh, India: 100-101.  
Woyke papers cited:
   78. No: 166.   Beekeeping in Afganistan. Proc.Expert.Consult..Beekeeping
with Apis mellifera in tropical and subtropical Asia. Bangkok, 9-14 April
1984 FAO, Rome.                                                                                            No citations: 2.  
                                                   Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 2.     000560


36. 1988.   Pszczelnicze Zeszyty Naukowe.   XLII/2.   Maciejewska, M.   Method
of identifying the number of sperms in the spermathecae of bumble bees: 61-62.  
Woyke papers cited:
   79. No: 54.   Wovon hängt die Zahl der Spermien in der Samenblase der auf
natürlichem Wege begatteten Könniginen ab?
Zeitschr. für Bienenforsch. 8(3): 236-247; 1966.   
                                                    Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 4.     000611


37. 1988.   Pszczelnicze Zeszyty naukowe.   XLII/2.   Paleolog, J., Wilczynska, R.   The
influence of queen pherormones, environment factors, genotypes and their interactions on
length of life of caged workers in laboratory tests in bees: 65-66.  
Woyke papers cited:
   80. No: 165.   Correlations and interactions between population, length of
worker life and honey production by honeybees in a temperate region.
J. apic. Res., 23(3): 148-156; 1984.                                                    No citations: 1.                            
                                       Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 1.     000612


38.
1988.  American Bee Journal. 128(4). Woyke, J. Problems with queen banks: 276-278.  
Woyke papers cited:
   81. No: 123.   Effect of the access of worker honeybees to the queen on the
results of instrumental insemination.  J. apic. Res., 19(2); 136-143; 1979.   No citations: 1.  
   82. No: 14.   Opieka pszczół nad matkami w różnych klateczkach.
Pszczelarstwo, 7(2): 4-7; 1956.                                                               No citations: 1.  
   83. No: 124.   Number of worker bees necessary to attend instrumentally
inseminated queens kept in an incubator.
Apidologie, 10(2): 149 - 155; 1979 (+ Jas.).                                              No citations: 1.  
   84. No: 130.   Influence of the number of attendant workers on the results of
instrumental insemination of honeybee queens kept at room temperature,
Apidologie, 11(2): 173-180; 1980 (+Jas.).                                                 No citations: 1.  
   85. No: 151.   Influence of the No of attendant workers on the no of
spermatozoa entering the spermatheca  of instrumentally inseminated queens
kept outdoors in mating nuclei. J. apic. Res., 21(3): 129-133; 1982  +Jas.    No citations: 1.  
                                        Together papers cited: 5.   Together citations: 5        000727



39. 1988.   J. of apic. Res.   27(4).   Koeniger, N., Muzaffar, N.   Lifespan of the
parasitic honeybee mite, Tropilaelaps clareae, on Apis cerana, dorsata and mellifera:
207 212.  
Woyke papers cited:
   86. No: 170.   Tropilaelaps clareae in Afghanistan and control methods
applicable in tropical Asia.
Proc. 3 Conf. trop. Climates, Nairobi: 163-166; 1985.                               No citations: 2.  
                                           Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 2.     000736


40. 1988.   Apidologie.    19(1).   Tingek, S., Mardan, M., Rinderer, T., Königer, N.,
Königer, G.   Rediscovery of Apis vechti (Maa, 1953): The Saban honey bee: 97-102.  
Woyke papers cited:
   87. No: 83. Reproduction in Apis cerana 2. Reproductive organs and
natural insemination. J. apic. Res., 12(1): 21-34; 1973 + Ruttner, + Königer  No citations: 1.  
   88. No: 24.   An anatomical study on the mating process in the honeybee.
Bee World, 39(1): 3-18; 1958.                                                                   No citations: 1.  
000882                                                     Together papers cited: 2.   Together citations: 2.     


41. 1988.   Apidologie.    19(3).   Szabo, T. I., Lefkovitch, L. P.   Fourth generation of
closed population honeybee breeding 2. Relationship between morphological and colony
traits: 259-274.  
Woyke papers cited:
   89. No: 114.   Comparative biometrical investigation on diploid drones
of the honeybee. II. The thorax. J. apic. Res, 17(4): 195-205; 1978.              No citations: 1.  
   90. No: 119.   Biology of reproduction and genetics of the honeybee.
Final technical Report, Warsaw; 1978.                                                         No citations: 1.  
   91. No: 165.   Correlations and interactions between population, length of
worker life and honey production by honeybees in a temperate region.
J. apic. Res., 23(3): 148-156; 1984.                                                             No citations: 1.    
000883                                                     Together papers cited: 3.   Together citations: 3.     


42. 1988. J. apic. Res. 27(1). Kunert, K., Crailsheim, K. Seasonal changes in
carbohydrate, lipid and protein content in emerging worker honeybees and their
mortality: 13-21.  
Woyke papers cited:
   92. No: 165.   Correlations and interactions between population, length of
worker life and honey production in honeybees in a temperate region.
J. apic. Res., 23(3): 148-156; 1984.                                                             No citations: 1.  
001007                                                     Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 1.     


43a. 1988.   J. apic. Res.    27(1).   Woyke, J.   Brood survival in productive bee
apiaries in Australia as a test for breeding honeybees in closed populations: 30-34.  
Woyke papers cited:
   93. No: 31.   Drone larvae from fertilized eggs from the honeybee.
J. apic. Res., 2: 19-24; 1963.                                                                      No citations: 1.  
   94. No: 36    What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeybee colony?
J. apic. Res., 2: 73-75; 1963.                                                                      No citations: 1.  
   95. No: 2k.   Sex alleles and controlled mating in bees. In Hodowla pszczół,
PWRiL: 670-678; 1963.                                                                             No citations: 1.  
   96. No: 79a. Sexallele und kontrollierte Paarung. Symp.Paarungskontrole und
Selektion bei der Honigbiene, Lunz am See, Apimondia: 69-74; 1972.            No citations: 2.  
   97. No: 106. Population genetic studies on sex allele in the honeybee using
the example of the Kangaroo Island bee sanctuary, J. apic. Res., 15: 105-123; 1976.   
001008                       Together papers cited: cont. bellow   Together citations: cont. bellow     


43b. 1988.   J. apic. Res.    27(1).   Woyke, J.   Brood survival in productive bee apiaries
in Australia as a test for breeding honeybees in closed populations: 30-34.  
Woyke papers cited:
   98. No: 110.   Cannibalism and brood rearing efficiency in the honeybee.
J. apic. Res., 16: 84-94; 1977.                                                                    No citations: 2.  
   99. No: 128.   Effect of sex-allele homo-heterozygosity on honeybee colony
population and on their honey production, I. Favorable development conditions,
J. apic. Res., 19: 51-63; 1980.                                                                     No citations: 2.  
  100.  No: 138.   Effect of sex-allele homo-heterozygosity on honeybee colony
population and on their honey production, II. Unfavorable development
conditions and restrickted queens. J. apic. Res. 20:148-155; 1981.                  No citations: 2.  
  101.  No: 163.   Exploitation of comb cells for brood rearing in honeybee
colonies with larvae of different survival  rates, Apidologie, 15: 123-136; 1984.No citations: 1.  
001009                                                     Together papers cited: 9.   Together citations: 14.     


44. 1988.   J. apic. Res.   27(2).   Woyke, J.   A mathematical model for the
dynamics of spermatozoa entry into the spermathecae of instrumentally
inseminated queen honeybees: 122-125.  
Woyke papers cited:
  102. No: 11a. Multiple mating of the honeybee queen in one nuptial flight.
Bull. Acad. Pol. Sci. II, 3: 175-180; 1955.                                                      No citations: 1.  
   103. No: 25, 27.   Natural and artificial insemination of queen honeybees,
Pszczel. Zesz. nauk., 4: 183-275; 1960.                                                          No citations: 1.  
   104. No: 35.   Contribution of successive drones  to the insemination of a queen.
19 intern. beekeep. Congr.: 152-154; 1963.                                                     No citations: 1.  
   105. No: 153.   Dynamics of entry of spermatozoa into the spermatheca of
instrumentally inseminated queen honeybees.
J. apic. Res., 22: 150-154; 1983.                                                                     No citations: 2.  
001010                                                         Together papers cited: 4.   Together citations: 5.     


45. 1988.   J. apic. Res.    27(4).   Currie, R. W., Jay, S. C.   The influence
of a colony's state, time of year and drifting behavior on the acceptance 
and longevity of adult drone honeybees: 219-226.  
Woyke papers cited:
  106.  No: 110.   Cannibalism and brood rearing efficiency in the honeybee,
J. apic. Res., 16: 84-94; 1977.                                                                        No citations: 2.  
001011                                                       Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 2.     


46
. 1988.   J. apic. Res.    27(4).   Kovac, H., Crailsheim, K.   Lifespan of
Apis mellifera carnica Pollm. infested by Varroa jacobsoni Oud. in relation
to season and extent of infestation: 230-238.  
Woyke papers cited:
   107. No: 165.   Correlations and interactions between population, length
of worker life and honey production by honeybees in the temperate region.
J. apic. Res., 23: 148-156; 1984.                                                                   No citations: 1.  
001012                                                     Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 1.     




                                                                             1988 Together
                                                        Woyke papers cited: 107, No citations: 142