ISIS 2002, Citations of  J. Woyke papers


1. 2002.   Genetics.    160.   Page, R. E., Jr, Gadau, J., Beye, M.   
The emergence of Hymenopteran genetics:  375-379.  
Prace cytowane:
   1.  Nr: 36.   What hapens to diploid drone larvae in a honey
bee colony? J. apic. Res., 2: 73-76; 1963.                                       No citations: 2.  
   2.  Nr: K15.   Sex determination in Bee genetics and breeding
 ed. T. Rinderer: 91-119;  1986.                                                       No citations: 1.  
000077                                     Together papers cited: 2.   Together citations: 3.

 

2. 2002 Apidologie.33(2). Neumann, P., Hepburn, R.Behavioural basis for social
parasitism o Cape honeybees (Apis mellifera capensis): 165-192.
Woyke papers cited:
   3. Nr 125.  New investigations on Apis mellifera capensis,
Apiacta, 14: 173; 1979.                                                                    No citations:: 2.
   4. Nr: 262.   Invasion of Capensis bee, Proc. of the first Intern.
Electronic Conf. on the Cape bee problem in South Africa. : 35; 1995. No citations:: 6.
       Personal communications.                                                          No citations: 3.
000819                                            Together papers cited: 2.   Together citations: 11.
  

3.. 2002. Apidologie   33(2). Calis, J.N.M., Boot, W.J., Allsopp, M.H., Beekman, M.
Getting more than a fair share: nutrition of worker larvae related to social parasitism
in the Cape honey bee Apis mellifera capensis: 193-202.
Woyke papers cited:
     5. Nr: 125d.  New investigations on Apis mellifera capensis,
Apiacta 14: 173; 1979.                                                                        No citations: 2.
     6. Nr: 299. Increased food supply to all larvae after dequeeninig
honey bee colonies, J. apic. Res., 38: 117-123; 1999.                             No citations:: 1.
000820                                             Together papers cited: 2.    Together citations: 3.
 

4. 2002.   Apidologie.       33(3).   Santomauro, G., Engels, W.   Sexing of newly hatched
live larvae of the honey bee, Apis mellifera, allows the recognition of diploid drones:
283-288.
Woyke papers cited:
  7. Nr: 36. What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honey bee colony?
J. apic. Res., 2: 6-23; 1963.                                                                   No citations: 1.
  8. Nr: 41.   Genetic proof of the origin of drones from fertilized eggs
of the honey bee, J.apic.Res., 4: 7-11; 1965.                                           No citations: 1.
   9. Nr: 64.   A method of rearing diploid drones in a honey bee colony,
J. apic. Res., 8: 65-74; 1969.                                                                  No citations:: 1.
   10. Nr: 110.   Cannibalism and brood rearing efficiency in the honey bee,
J. apic. Res., 16: 84-94; 1977.                                                                 No citations:: 1.
000821                                                  Together papers cited: 4.   Together citations: 4
  

5a. 2002.   Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol.   52.   Tarpy, D. R., Page Jr., R. E.   Sex determination
and the evolution of polyandry in honey bees (Apis mellifera): 143-150.
Woyke papers cited:
  11. Nr: 29.   The hatchability of "lethal" eggs in a two sex-allele fraternity
of honeybees. J. apic. Res., 1: 6-13; 1962.                                                 No citations: 1.
 12. Nr: 27.   Natural and artificial insemination of queen honeybees,
Bee World 43: 21-25; 1962.                                                                      No citations:: 1.
 13. Nr: 36.   What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeybee colony.
J. apic. Res., 2: 73-75; 1963.                                                                     No citations:: 1.
 14. Nr: 48.   Do honeybees eat diploid drone larvae because they are in
worker cells? J. apic. Res., 4: 65-70; 1965.                                                  No citations:: 1.
 15.  Nr: 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.
000827                   Together papers cited: contin. below  Together citations:  contin. below
 

5b. 2002. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 52. Tarpy, D. R., Page Jr., R. E. Sex
determination and the evolution of polyandry in honey bees: 143-150.
Woyke papers cited:
 15. Nr: 128. Effect of sex-allele homo-heterozygosity on honeybee colony
populations and on their honey production. 1. Favorable development conditions
J. apic. Res., 19: 51-63; 1980.                                                                      No citations: 5.
 17. Nr: 138.   Effect of sex allele homo-heterozygosity on honeybee colony
populations and on their honey production, 2. Unfavorable development conditions
and restrickted queens. J. apic. Res., 20: 148-155;1981                                   No citations: 3.
000828                                                      Together papers cited: 7.   Together citations: 13.
 

6. 2002. 5th Intern. Conf, on the Black Bee, Progr. summ. Wierzba, Sept.2002. Wilde,
J., Bratkowski, J., Siuda, M. Defensive behavior of 3 races of Apis mellifera L.:35.
Woyke papers cited:
 18. Nr: 237.   Diurnal and seasonal variation in defensive behaviour of
Apis mellifera adansoni in Ghana. Apidologie 23(4): 311-322; 1992.                No citations: 1.
000829                                                        Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 1.
 

7. 2002.   Journal of apicultural Science.   46(1).   Gerula, D., Bienkowska, M.   Effect of
injury to honeybee queens on egg laying rate and colony strength: 75-83.
Woyke papers cited:
 19. Nr: 14.   Opieka pszczół nad matkami przechowywanymi w różnych
klateczkach. Pszczelarstwo, 7(2): 4; 1956.                                                       No citations: 1.
000831                                                         Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 1
 

8. 2002. Agnote.DAI/112.Rhodes, J. Drone honey bees - rearing and maintenance:1-2.
Woyke papers cited:
 20. Nr: 116 Influence of age of drones on the results of instrumental
insemination of  honey bee queens. Apidologie 9(3): 203-211.                            No citations: 0.
000833                                                                   Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 0.
 

9. 2002.   VIII kraj.nauk.techn. konf. pszczel. o wosku. Miód. Wilde, J, Woyke, J.,
Wilde,M.:Czy wychowywać matki pszczele w miseczkach plastikowych czy
wykonanych z wosku: 59-63.
Woyke papers cited:
 21. Nr: 306.   Rearing honey bee queens  on cups of Apis mellifera and
Apis dorsata wax. Proc. of the 5th AAA Conf.: 207-209; 2001.                           No citations: 1.
 22. Nr: 324.   Rearing honey bee queens  in wax and plastic queen cell cups.
6th AAA Conf: Abstracts: 167; 2002.                                                                 No citations:: 1.
000840                                                            Together papers cited: 2.   Together citations: 2.
 

10. 2002. 5th Interniational Conference on the Black Bee ARA Wierzba. Wilde, J.,
Bratkowski, J., Siuda M. Defensive behavior of 3 breeds of Apis mellifera L.: 85-90.
Woyke papers cited:
 23. No: 237. Diurnal and seasonal variation in defensive behavior of African
bees Apis mellifera adansoni in Ghana. Apidologie, 23: 311-322; 1992.                No citations: 4.          000841                                                             Together papers cited: 1.  Together citations: 4.
 

11. 2002. 5th International Conference on the Black Bee. ARS Wierzba. Wilde, J., Siuda,
M., Rykowski, D., Bratkowski, J.   Flight activity of 3 subspecies of honeybee Apis
mellifera L. depending on time of day and air temperature.
Woyke papers cited:
 24. No: 278. Wpływ liczby unasieniających trutni na przeżywalność czerwiu.
Biul. Sztuczne unasienianie matek pszczelich 3: 10-13; 1996.                                No citations: 1.
000842                                                             Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 1.
 

12a. 2002. Bee World. 83(4). Brown M. A., Thompson, H. M., Be, M. H. Risks to UK
beekeeping from the parasitic mite Tropilaelaps clareae and the small hive beetle,
Aethina tumida: 151-164.
Woyke papers cited:
 25 No: 179. Further investigation into control of the parasitic bee mite
Tropilaelaps clareae without medication. J. apic. Res., 24: 250-254; 1985.             No citations: 2.
 26. 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: 3.
 27. No: 203. Comparative population dynamics of Tropilaelaps clareae and
Varroa
jacobsoni in honeybees.
J. apic. Res., 26: 196-202; 1987.                                                                          No citations:: 7.
 28. No: 201. Length of stay of the parasitic mite Tropilaelaps clareae outside sealed
honeybee brood cells as a basis for its effective control. J. apic. Res., 26: 104-109;
1987.                                                                                                                  No citations:: 1.
 29. Nr: 202.   Length of successive stages  in the development of the mite Tropilaelaps
clareae in relation to honeybee age. J. apic. Res., 26: 110-114; 1987.  
0008441.                        Together papers cited:. contin. below    Together citations: contin. below
 

12b. 2002. Bee World. 83(1). Brown, M. A., Thompson, H. M., Bew, M. H. Risks to UK
beekeeping from the parasitic mite Tropilaelaps clareae and the small hive beetle Aethina
tumida: 151-164.
Woyke papers cited:
 30. Nr: 258. Mating behavior of the parasitic honeybee mite Tropilaelaps
clareae
Experimental  and applied Acarology, 18: 723-733;1994.                             No citations: 2.
 31. Nr: 255.   Repeated egg laying by females of the parasitic honeybee mite
Tropilaelaps clareae. Apidologie, 25: 327-330; 1994.                                             No citations:: 2.
 32. Nr: 253.   Tropilaelaps clareae females can survive  for four weeks whe
given open bee brood  of Apis mellifera.J. apic. Res. 33: 21-25; 1994.                     No citations:: 1.
 33. Adult Tropilaelaps clareae males can feed and survive for two weeks.
www Woyke, internet; 2000.                                                                                 No citations:: 1.
000845                                                            Together papers cited: 9.   Together citations: 20.
 

13. 2002. Polish Journal of natural Sciences. 12(3) Y. Wilde, J., Sobiechowski, K.
The effect of carbon dioxide treatment on mating of virgin honeybee queens: 73 0- 85.
Woyke papers cited:
 34. Nr: 25. Naturalne i sztuczne unasienianie matek pszczelich.
Pszczel. Zesz. nauk., 4: 183-285; 1960.                                                                  No citations: 1.
 35. Nr: 235.   Natural mating of instrumentally inseminated queen bees.
Apidologie, 23(3): 225-230; 1992 + Jas.                                                                   No citations: 2.
000848                                                                Together papers cited: 2.   Together  citations: 3.
 

14. 2002.   Owady użytkowe, materiały do ćwiczeń.   AR Poznań.   praca zbiorowa pod
red. Z.  Wilkańca.   pp. 143.
Woyke papers cited:
 36. Nr:  K 10. Przewodnik do ćwiczeń z pszczelnictwa,
Dział Wyd., Olsztyn, p.77; 1977                                                                             No citations: 2.
000854                                                               Together papers cited: 1.   Together citations: 2 


15. 2002. Animal Behaviour. 64. Franck, P., Solignac, M., Vautrin, D.,
Cornuet, J. M., Königer, G., Königer..N.   Sperm competition and last-male
precedence in the honeybee: 503-509. 
Woyke papers cited:
   37. No: 25.   Natural and artificial insemination of queen honeybees.
Pszczeln. Zesz. nauk., 4: 183-275; 1960.                                                               No citations: 1. 
   38. No: 36.   What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeybee colony?
J. apic. Res., 2: 73-76; 1963.                                                                                 No citations: 1. 
   39. No: 39.   Causes of repeated mating flights by queen honeybees.
J. apic. Res., 3: 17-23.                                                                                           No citations: 1. 
   40. No: 153. Dynamics of entry of spermatozoa into the spermatheca
of instrumentally inseminated queen honeybees.
J. apic. Res., 22: 150-154; 1983.                                                                             No citations: 1. 
001006                                                                Together papers cited: 4.   Together citations: 4.    


                                                                   2002
Together
                                                Woyke papers cited: 40; Citations: 72