ISIS, Citations of  J. Woyke papers in 1997 
 

1. 1997. J. of apic. Res. 36(3/4): 125-132. Delaplane, K. S., Hood W. M.
Effects of delayed acaricide treatment in honey bee colonies parasitized by
Varroa jacobsoni and a late season treatment threshold for the southeastern
USA.
Woyke papers cited:
   1. No: 203. Comparative population dynamics of Tropilaelaps
clareae and Varroa jacobsoni on honeybees.
J. apic. Res.,26(3): 196-202; 1987                                                                  No citations: 1.
000426                                                        Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 1.
 

2a. 1997. Kevan, P.G., Dąbrowska-Miciula, E. The biology of honey bees.
Woyke papers cited:
   2. 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: 0.
   3. No: 82. Reproductive organs of haploid and diploid drone
honeybees. J. apic. Res., 12: 35-51; 1973.                                                       No citations: 0.
   4. No: 106. Population genetics 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: 1.
   5. No: 153. Dynamics of entry of spermatozoa into the spermatheca
of instrumentally inseminated queen honeybees.
J. apic. Res., 22: 150-154; 19                                                                          No citations: 1.
   6. No: P 214. Świat pszczół, świat nauki.
Pszczelarstwo, 47(4): 6-7; 1996.                                                                      No citations: 1.
  000482          Together papers cited: contin. below   Together citations: contin. below
 

2b. 1997. Kevan, P. G., Dąbrowska-Miciula, E.   The biology of honey bee.
Woyke papers cited:
   No: personal communication..                                                                      No citations: 1.
   7. No: (98). Spermatogenesis in diploid drones of honey bee.
J. apic. Res., 13(3): 183-190; 1974  & Skowronek.                                           No citations: 1.
000483                                                         Together papers cited: 6.   Together citations: 5.
 

3. 1997. Deutsches Bienen.   9.   Pritsch G.   Gedenksymposium fuer
Prof. Dr. F. Ruttner: 4-5.
Woyke papers cited:
   8. No: 11. Multiple mating of the honeybee queen in one nuptial flight.
Bull. Acad. Polon. Sci. Cl.11 3(5): 175-180; 1955                                               No citations: 1.
   9. No: 15a. Anatomo-physiological changes in queen-bees returning
from mating flights and the process of multiple mating.
Bull. Acad. Polon. Sci. Cl 4(3): 81-87; 1956.                                                       No citations: 1.
000513                                                             Together papers cited: 0.   Together citations: 2
 

4. 1997. Dadant & Sons. Laidlaw, H. H., Jr. Instrumental insemination
of honey bee queens.
Woyke papers cited:
   10. No: 27. Natural and artificial insemination of queen honeybees.
Bee World 43((1): 21-25; 1962.
   11. No: 33b.   The behaviour of queens inseminated artificially in
different manner. Proc. XIX Congr. Apimondia: 702-703; 1963.
   12. No: 35a. Contribution of successive drones to the insemination of
a queen. Abstr, XIX Intern. Beekeeping Congr, Prague:
715-718; 1963.                                                                                                 No citations: 1.
   13. No: 39. Causes of repeated mating flights by queen honeybees.
J. apic. Res., 3((1): 17-23; 1964.
   14. No: 54. Wovon hangt die Zahl der Spermien in der Samenblase
der auf nat?rlichem Wege begatteten Koeniginnen ab ? Zeitschr. fuer
Bienenforsch. 8(3): 236-247;1966.
000515           Together papers cited: contin. below. Together citations: contin. below
 

5a. 1997. Honey bee pests, predators and diseases, ed. Morse, R.A.
Flottum, K. pp.718. A.I.Root Comp.Ohio. De Jong, D. Mites: Varroa
and other parasites of brood: 279-327.
Woyke papers cited:
   15. No: 171. Survival and prophylactic control of Tropilaelaps
 clareae infesting Apis mellifera colonies in Afghanistan.
Apidologie, 15: 421-434; 1984.                                                                         No citations: 4.
   16. No: 179. Further investigations into control of the parasite bee
mite Tropilaelaps clareae without medication.
J. apic. Res., 24: 250-254; 1985.                                                                       No citations: 1.
   17. No: 203. Comparative population dynamics  of Tropilaelaps clareae
and Varroa jacobsoni mites on honeybees.
J. apic.. Res., 26: 196-202;                                                                               No citations: 5.
   18. No: 200. Infestation of honey bee colonies by the parasitic mites
Varroa jacobsoni and Tropilaelaps clareae in South Vietnam and
results of chemical tratments.J.apic.Res.,26: 64-67; 1987.                                   No citations: 2.
   19. No: 202. Length of successive stages in the development of the
mitero Tropilaelaps clareae in relation to honeybee age.
J. apic. Res., 26: 110-114; 1987.                                                                       No citations: 2.
000521                          Together papers cited: contin. below   Together citations: contin. below    
 

5b. 1997. Honey bee pests, predators and diseases, ed. Morse R. A.
Flottum, K., pp.718. A. I. Root Comp. Ohio. De Jong, D. Mites:
Varroa and other parasites of brood: 279-327.
Woyke papers cited:
   20. No: 223a. Change in shape of Tropilaelaps clareae females
and the onset of egg laying. J. apic. Res., 28: 196-200; 1989.                                No citations: 2.
   21. No: 247. Practical control method of the parasitic bee mite
Tropilaelaps clareae. Am. Bee J., 133: 510-511; 1993.                                        No citations: 1.
   22. No: 255. Repeated egg laying by females of the parasitic
bee mite Tropilaelaps clareae Delfinado and Baker,
Apidologie 25: 327-330; 1994.                                                                             No citations: 1
    23. No. 253. Tropilaelaps clareae females can survive for four
weeks when given open bee brood of of Apis mellifera.
J. apic. Res., 33: 21-25; 1994.                                                                              No citations: 1.
                                                  Together papers cited: 9.   Together citations: 14.     000522
 

6a. 1997. Honey bee pests, predators and disease, ed. Morse, R. A.
Flottum, K., pp. 718. A.I.Root Comp.Ohio.   Calderone, N. W.,
Tucker, K.W.   Variations, Abnormalities and noninfectious diseases: 401-423.
Woyke papers cited:
   24. No: 29. The hatchability of "lethal" eggs in a two sex-allele
fraternity of honey bees. J. apic. Res., 1: 6-13; 19962.                                           No citations: 3.
   25. No: 28. Geneza powstawania niezwykłych pszczół.
Pszczeln. Zesz. nauk., 6: 49-63; 1962.                                                                  No citations: 5.
   26. No: 31. Drone larvae from fertilized eggs of the honeybee.
J. apic. Res., 2: 199-24; 1963.                                                                              No citations: 1.
   27. No: 36. What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeybee
colony? J. apic. Res., 2: 73-75; 1963.                                                                    No citations: 1.
   28. No: 61a. Diploid drone substance: cannibalism substance.
Proc. 21st Intern..Apicult, Congr. Summ. paper 10; 1967.                                       No citations: 1.
000523                              Together papers cited: contin. below   Together citations: contin. below   
 

6b. 1997. Honey bee pests, predators and diseases, ed. Morse, R.A.
Flottum, K. pp.718. A. I..Root Comp. Ohio. Calderone, N. W.,
Tucker, K.W.   Variations, Abnormalities and noninfectious disease: 401-423.
Woyke papers cited:
   29. 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 3.:
   30. No: 107. Brood rearing efficiency and absconding in Indian
honeybees. J. apic. Res., 15: 133-143; 1976.                                                        No citations: 2.
   31. No: 110. Cannibalism and brood rearing efficiency in
the honeybee. J. apic. Res., 16: 84-94; 1977.                                                        No citations: 1.
   32. No: B15. Sex determination. In Bee genetics and breeding,
ed. Rinderer, T.                                                                                                  No citations: 11.
   33. No: 98. Spermatogenesis in diploid drones of the honeybee.
J. apic. Res., 13: 183-1990; 1974 + Skowronek.                                                    No citations: 1.
000524                         Together papers cited: contin. below   Together citations: contin. below    
 

6c. 1997. Honey bee pests, predators and disease. ed. Morse, R.A.
Flottum, K. pp.718. A. I. Root Comp, Ohio.   Calderone, N. W., Tucker, K.W.
Variations, Abnormalities and noninfectious diseases: 401-423.
Woyke papers cited:
   34. No: 157. Lopatina, N. G.,Woyke, J.: Influence of the snow mutation
on the functional activity of the nervous system and on the behavior
of the honeybee. Soviet genetics,19: 1276-1283; 1984.                                            No citations: 1.
   35. No: 193. 1ribakin, F.G. Woyke, J: Reduced magnesium content
in non-pigmented eyes of the honey bee. Comparative Biochemistry
and Physiology 86a: 689-692; 1987.
                                                      Together papers cited: 12.   Together citations: 21.     000525
 

7. 1997. Honey bee pests, predators and diseases, ed. Morse, R.A.
Flottum, K. pp. 718 A. I. Root Comp. Ohio. Shimanuki, H., Knox, D.A.
Summary and control methods: 493-512.
Woyke papers cited:
   36. 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: 497-499; 1985.                                                                              No citations: 1.
                                                        Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 1.     000526
 

8.  1997 Honey bee pests, predators and disease, ed. Morse, R.A.,
Flottum, K., pp.718.A. I. Root Comp. Ohio.   ?   ?
Woyke papers cited:
   37. No: 128. Effect of sex allele homo-heterozygosity on bee colony
populations and on their honey production 1.Favorable development
conditions and unrestricted queens
J. apic. Res. 19: 51-63;1980.
   38. No: 172. Increases in life span, unit honey productivity and honey
surplus with fumagillin treatment of honey bees.
J. apic. Res., 23: 209-212; 1984.             
                                                    Together papers cited: 2. Together citations: 0      000527
 

9.  1997. The hive and the honey bee, ed. Dadant & Sons. Hamilton,
pp.1324.   Dietz, A. Honey bees and the world: 23-71.
Woyke papers cited:
   39. No: 94a. Experiences with Apis mellifera adansonii in Brazil
and Poland. Apiacta, 8: 115-116; 1973.                                                                    No citations: 1.
000530                             Together papers cited: contin. below  Together citations: contin. below  
 

10. 1997. The hive and the honey bee, ed. Dadant &b Sons. Hamilton,
pp.1324.   Winston, M. L.   The honey bee colony: Life history: 73-101.
Woyke papers cited:
  40. . No: 36. What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeybee
colony? J. apic. Res., 2: 73-75; 1963.                                                                        No citations: 1.
   41. No: 64. A method of rearing diploid drones in a honeybee colony,
J. apic. Res., 8: 65-74; 1969.                                                                                     No citations: 1.
   42. No: 82. Reproductive organs of haploid and diploid drone
honeybees. J. apic. Res., 12: 35-51; 1973.                                                                  No citations: 1.
   43. No: (107a). Brood rearing efficiency and absconding in Indian
honeybees. J. apic. Res. 15(3/4): 105-123; 1976.                                                         No citations: 1.
000531                              Together papers cited: contin. below   Together citations: contin. below    
 

11a. 1997. The hive and the honey bee, ed. Dadant and Sons. Hamilton,
pp.1324. Page,Jr.R.E., Laidlaw, Jr., H. H.   Honey bee genetics and breeding: 235-267.
Woyke papers cited:
  44. . No: 11a. Multiple mating of the honeybee queen (Apis mellifera L.)
in one nuptial flight Bull. acad. Pol. Sci. Cl: II, 3(5): 175-180; 1955                              No citations: 1.
  45. No: 27.   Natural and artificial insemination of queen honeybees.
Bee World 43: 21-25; 1962.                                                                                      No citations: 1.
   46. No: 31.   Drone larvae from fertilized eggs of the honeybee.
J. apic. Res., 2: 19-24; 1963.                                                                                     No citations: 1.
  47. No: 36. What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeybee
colony. J. apic. Res., 2:73-75; 1963.                                                                           No citations: 1.
   48 . No: 39. Causes of repeated mating flights by queen honeybees.
J. apic. Res., 3: 17-23; 1964.                                                                                      No citations: 1.
000532                               Together papers cited: contin. below   Together citations: contin. below    
 

11b. 1997. The hive and the honey bee ed. Dadants and Sons. Hamilton,
pp.1324.   Page, Jr., R. E., Laidlaw, Jr., H. H. Honey bee genetics and
breeding: 235-267.
Woyke papers cited:
   49. . 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.
   50. No: 82. Reproductive organs of haploid and diploid drone
honeybees. J. apic. Res., 12: 35-51; 1973.                                                                    No citations: 1.
   51. 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; 1975.                                                                                  No citations: 1.
   52. No: 153. Dynamics of entry of spermatozoa into the spematheca
of instrumentally inseminated queen honeybees.
J. apic. Res., 22: 150-154; 1983.                                                                                  No citations: 1.
   53. No: B15. Sex determination. In: T.E.Rinderer(ed): Bee genetics
and breeding; 1986.                                                                                                     No citations: 1.
                                 Together papers cited: contin. below   Together citations: contin. below     000533
 

11c. 1997. The hive and the honey bee, ed. Dadant & Sons. Hamilton,
pp. 1324.   Page, Jr. R. E., Laidlaw, Jr. H. H.   Honey bee genetics and
breeding: 235-267.
Woyke papers cited:
   54. No: 98. Spermatogenesis in diploid drones of the honeybee.
J. apic. Res., 13: 183-190; 1974  +Skowronek.                                                             No citations: 1.
                                   Together papers cited: contin. below Together citations: contin. below     000534
 

12. 1997 The hive and the honey bee, ed. Dadant & Sons. Hamilton,
pp.1324.   Gary, N. E.  Activities and behavior of honey bees: 269-372.
Woyke papers cited:
   55. No: 20. Mnogokratnoe sparivanie pchelinoi matki vo
vremia odnogo brachnogo vyleta.Pchelovodstvo, 33: 32-36; 1956.                                 No citations: 1.
                                 Together papers cited: contin. below   Together citations: contin. below     000535
 

13. 1997. The hive and the honey bee, ed. Dadant &Sons. Hamilton,
pp.1324. Shimanuki, H., Knox, D. A., Furgala, B., Caron, D. M.,
Williams,J.L.   Diseases and pests of honey bees: 1083-1151.
Woyke papers cited:
   56. No: 172. Increases in life-span, unit honey productivity and
honey surplus with fumagillin treatment of honeybees.
J. apic. Res., 23: 209-212; 1984.                                                                               No citations: 2.
   57. No: 174. Tropilaelaps clareae, a serious pest of Apis mellifera
in the tropics, but not dangerous  for apiculture in temperate zones.
Amer. Bee Jour., 125: 497-499; 1985.                                                                        No citations: 1.
                                                           Together papers cited: 18.   Together citations: 20.     000536
 

14. 1997. Tropical Bees - the environment. Beenet Asia. Woo Kun-Suk,
Lee Jong-Ho. Outbreaks of Asian Bee Mite, Tropilaelaps clareae
Delfinado and Baker in Korea: 245-251.
Woyke papers cited:
   59. No: 201. Length of stay of the parasitic mite Tropilaelaps
clareae outside sealed honeybee brood cells a basis for its
 effective control. J. apic. Res., 26(2): 104-109; 1987.                                               No citations: 1.
   60. No: 223. Change in shape of Tropilaelaps clareae females
and the onset of egg laying. J. apic. Res., 28(4): 196-200; 1989
                                                          Together papers cited: 2.   Together citations: 1.     000588
 

15. 1997.    Wicwas Press, USA.   Laidlaw Jr., H. H., Page Jr., R. E.
Queen rearing and bee breeding.
Woyke papers cited:
   61. No: 11. Multiple mating of the honeybee queen in one nuptial flight.
Bull. Acad. Polon. Sci. Cl. 11 3(5): 175-180; 1955.                                                   No citations: 1.
   62. No: 24. An anatomical study of the mating process in the
honeybee. Bee World, 39(1):3-18; 1958.                                                                   No citations: 1.
   63.  No: 29. The hatchability of "lethal" eggs in two sex allele
fraternity of honeybees. J. apic. Res., 1: 6-13; 1962.                                                   No citations: 1.
   64. No: 105. The influence of age on the results of instrumental
insemination of honeybee queens. Apidologie 7(4): 301-306; 1976.                              No citations: 1.
   65. No: 108. The heredity of color patterns in the honey bee.
Int. Symp. on Genetics, Selection and Reproduction, Moskow
1976: 49-55; 1977.                                                                                                   No citations: 1.
                                                            Together papers cited: 5.   Together citations: 5.     000643
 

16. 1997. Bee World. 78(2).   Van Dung, N., Quang Tang, N.,
Van Huan, L., Boot, W. J. Control of honey bee mites in Vietnam
without the use of chemicals: 78 - 83.
Woyke papers cited:
  66. Nr: 171. Survival and prophylactic control of Tropilaelaps clareae
infesting Apis mellifera  colonies in Afghanistan.
Apidologie, 15: 421-434; 1984.                                                                                   No citations: 1.
  67. Nr: 253. Tropilaelaps clareae females can survive for four
weeks when given open bee brood of Apis mellifera.
J. apic. Res., 33(1): 21 - 25;1994.                                                                                 No citations: 1.
                                                             Together papers cited: 2.  Together citations: 2.     000732 


17. 1997.   African bees, ed. Fletcher, D. J. C., African symp.   Apimondia, Pretoria.   
Ruttner, F.   The cape bee - a biological curiosity: 127-131.  
Woyke papers cited:
   36. No: 28. The origin of unusual bees.
Pszczeln. Zesz. nauk., 6: 49-63; 1962                                                                      No citations: 1.  
000838                                     Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 1.     


18. 1997.   Apidologie.   28(5).   Woyke, J.   Expression of body and
hair color in three adult castes  of the red honeybee Apis koschevnikovi
von Buttel-Reepen, 1906 in Sabah, Borneo: 275-286.  
Woyke papers cited:
   37. No: 108. The heredity of color patterns in the honeybee. In: Genetics,
Symp. on Bee Biology, Moskwa, Apimondia: 49-55; 1977.                                       No citations: 2.  
   38. No: 119. The heredity of color patterns in the honeybee.
Final techn. report for USDA: pp. 208; 1978.                                                           No citations: 1.  
   39. No: 260. Expression of body color patterns in three castes of four
Asian honey bees. Intern. Conf. on tropical bees, Pedu Lake: 31-32; 1995.                 No citations: 1.  
   40. No: 289.   Body color expression in several species of honey bees.
XXXV Intern. Apic., Congress: 171-172; 1997.                                                         No citations: 1.  
000905                                                                 Together papers cited: 4.   Together citations: 5.     


                                                        1997 Together
                              Woyke papers cited:  40; Citations: 79