Science Citation Index 1980 J. Woyke
 

          Science Citation Index (Jan 80 - Dec 80)
     1.            WOYKE-J-1955-BUL-ACAD-POL-SCI-V3-P175
                 Multiple mating of the honeybee queen (Apis mellifica L.) in
                 one nuptial flight.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                                Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Vanpraagh-JP  Ribi-W  Wehrhahn-C  Wittmann-D
     Title:  Drone Bees Fixate the Queen with the Dorsal Frontal Part
             of Their Compound Eyes
     Source:  JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
              1980, Vol 136, Iss 3, pp 263-266
 

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     2.            WOYKE-J-1958-BEE-WORLD-V39-P3
                 An anatomical study of the mating process in the honeybee.
      Record 1 of 1.                                                                                Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Shah-FA  Shah-TA
     Title:  Early Life, Mating and Egg-Laying of Apis-cerana Queens
             in Kashmir
     Source:  BEE WORLD
              1980, Vol 61, Iss 4, pp 137-140
 

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     3.            WOYKE-J-1960-PSZCZEL-ZESZ-NAUK-V4-P183
                 Naturalne i sztuczne unasienianie matek pszczelich.
     Record 1 of 3.                                                                                Cited in 3 papers
     Authors:  Woyke-J  Jasinski-Z
     Title:  Influence of the Number of Attendant Workers on the
             Results of Instrumental Insemination of Honeybee Queens
             Kept at Room-Temperature
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE
              1980, Vol 11, Iss 2, pp 173-180

      Record 2 of 3.
     Authors:  Page-RE
     Title:  The Evolution of Multiple Mating-Behavior by Honey Bee
             Queens Apis-mellifera L
     Source:  GENETICS
              1980, Vol 96, Iss 1, pp 263-273

     Record 3 of 3.
     Authors:  Garofalo-CA
     Title:  Reproductive Aspects and Evolution of Social-Behavior in
             Bees (Hymenoptera, Apoidea)
     Source:  REVISTA BRASILEIRA DE GENETICA
              1980, Vol 3, Iss 2, pp 139-152
 

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     4.            WOYKE-J-1962-BEE-WORLD-V43-P21
                 Natural and artificial insemination of queen honeybees.
      Record 1 of 2.                                                                             Cited in 2 papers
     Authors:  Woyke-J  Jasinski-Z
     Title:  Influence of the Number of Attendant Workers on the
             Results of Instrumental Insemination of Honeybee Queens
             Kept at Room-Temperature
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE
              1980, Vol 11, Iss 2, pp 173-180

      Record 2 of 2.
     Authors:  Page-RE
     Title:  The Evolution of Multiple Mating-Behavior by Honey Bee
             Queens Apis-mellifera L
     Source:  GENETICS
              1980, Vol 96, Iss 1, pp 263-273

     Science Citation Index (Jan 80 - Dec 80)
     5.                  WOYKE-J-1962-J-APIC-RES-V1-P6
                 The hatchability of "lethal" eggs in two sex allele fraternity of honeybees
     Record 1 of 2.                                                                         Cited in 2 papers
     Authors:  Petters-RM  Mettus-RV
     Title:  Decreased Diploid Male Viability in the Parasitic Wasp,
             Bracon-hebetor
     Source:  JOURNAL OF HEREDITY
              1980, Vol 71, Iss 5, pp 353-356

      Record 2 of 2.
     Authors:  Harbo-JR
     Title:  Mosaic Male Honey Bees Produced by Queens Inseminated
             with Frozen Spermatozoa
     Source:  JOURNAL OF HEREDITY
              1980, Vol 71, Iss 6, pp 435-436
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 80 - Dec 80)
B          WOYKE-J-1963-J-APIC-RES-V2-P73
                 What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeybee colony
      Record 1 of 2.                                                                           Cited in 2 papers
     Authors:  Page-RE
     Title:  The Evolution of Multiple Mating-Behavior by Honey Bee
             Queens Apis-mellifera L
     Source:  GENETICS
              1980, Vol 96, Iss 1, pp 263-273

      Record 2 of 2.
     Authors:  Petters-RM  Mettus-RV
     Title:  Decreased Diploid Male Viability in the Parasitic Wasp,
      Bracon-hebetor
     Source:  JOURNAL OF HEREDITY
              1980, Vol 71, Iss 5, pp 353-356

     Science Citation Index (Jan 80 - Dec 80)
     7.            WOYKE-J-1963-J-APICULTURAL-RES-V2-P77
                 Rearing and viability of diploid drone larvae.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                             Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Petters-RM  Mettus-RV
     Title:  Decreased Diploid Male Viability in the Parasitic Wasp,
     Bracon-hebetor
     Source:  JOURNAL OF HEREDITY
     1980, Vol 71, Iss 5, pp 353-356
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 80 - Dec 80)
     8.            WOYKE-J-1963-PSZCZELNICZE-ZESZ-NA-V6-P49
                 Geneza powstawania niezwyk│ych pszczˇ│.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                              Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Harbo-JR
     Title:  Mosaic Male Honey Bees Produced by Queens Inseminated
             with Frozen Spermatozoa
     Source:  JOURNAL OF HEREDITY
              1980, Vol 71, Iss 6, pp 435-436
 

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     9.            WOYKE-J-1964-J-APIC-RES-V3-P17
                 Causes of repeated mating flights by queen honeybees.
      Record 1 of 2.                                                                             Cited in 2 papers
     Authors:  Woyke-J  Jasinski-Z
     Title:  Influence of the Number of Attendant Workers on the
             Results of Instrumental Insemination of Honeybee Queens
             Kept at Room-Temperature
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE
              1980, Vol 11, Iss 2, pp 173-180

      Record 2 of 2.
     Authors:  Page-RE
     Title:  The Evolution of Multiple Mating-Behavior by Honey Bee
             Queens Apis-mellifera L
     Source:  GENETICS
              1980, Vol 96, Iss 1, pp 263-273
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 80 - Dec 80)
     10.            WOYKE-J-1965-J-APIC-RES-V4-P7
                 Genetic proof of the origin of drones from fertilized eggs of the honeybee.
     Record 1 of 2.                                                                          Cited in 2 papers
     Authors:  Biemont-C  Bouletreau-M
     Title:  Hybridization and Inbreeding Effects on Genome
             Coadaptation in a Haplo-Diploid Hymenoptera -
             Cothonaspis-boulardi (Eucoilidae)
     Source:  EXPERIENTIA
              1980, Vol 36, Iss 1, pp 45-47

      Record 2 of 2.
     Authors:  Ott-I  Bruckner-D
     Title:  Genetic-Differences in the Learning-Behavior of the
             Honeybee (Apis mellifica-carnica)
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE
              1980, Vol 11, Iss 1, pp 3-15
 

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     11.            WOYKE-J-1969-22-INT-AP-C-SUMM-PAP-P187
                 The role of sex alleles in the development of reproductive organs
                 of diploid drones.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                               Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Chaud Netto-J  Kerr-WE
     Title:  Genetic Mechanisms for the Development of Reproductive-
             Organs of - mellifera Workers and Diploid Drones - A
             Complementary Hypothesis
     Source:  REVISTA BRASILEIRA DE GENETICA
              1980, Vol 3, Iss 2, pp 127-138
 

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     12.            WOYKE-J-1969-J-APICULT-RES-V8-P65
                 A method of rearing diploid drones in a honeybee colony
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                             Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Petters-RM  Mettus-RV
     Title:  Decreased Diploid Male Viability in the Parasitic Wasp,
             Bracon-hebetor
     Source:  JOURNAL OF HEREDITY
              1980, Vol 71, Iss 5, pp 353-356
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 80 - Dec 80)
     13.             WOYKE-J-1971-23-INT-BEEK-C-P365
                 New experimental data in the honey bee genetics.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                                Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Chaud Netto-J  Kerr-WE
     Title:  Genetic Mechanisms for the Development of Reproductive-
             Organs of Apis-mellifera Workers and Diploid Drones - A
             Complementary Hypothesis
     Source:  REVISTA BRASILEIRA DE GENETICA
              1980, Vol 3, Iss 2, pp 127-138
 

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     14.            WOYKE-J-1971-J-APIC-RES-V10-P45
                 Correlations between the age at which honeybee brood was
                 grafted, characteristics of the resultant queens, and results of
                 insemination.
      Record 1 of 1.                                                                             Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Brian-MV
     Title:  Social-Control over Sex and Caste in Bees, Wasps and Ants
     Source:  BIOLOGICAL REVIEWS OF THE CAMBRIDGE
     PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY
              1980, Vol 55, Iss NOV, pp 379-415
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 80 - Dec 80)
     15.            WOYKE-J-1972-INTERN. SYMP.: PAARUNGSKONTR-
                 SELEKT-HONIGBIENE. LUNZ AM SEE-P69
                 Sex Allele und Kontrollierte Paarung
      Record 1 of 1.                                                                           Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Cornuet-JM  Aries-F
     Title:  Number of Sex Alleles in a Sample of  Honeybee Colonies
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE
              1980, Vol 11, Iss 1, pp 87-93
 

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     16.            WOYKE-J-1972-J-APIC-RES-V11-P141
                 Reproduction in Apis cerana 1. Mating behaviour.
      Record 1 of 1.                                                                           Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Page-RE
     Title:  The Evolution of Multiple Mating-Behavior by Honey Bee
             Queens Apis-mellifera L
     Source:  GENETICS
              1980, Vol 96, Iss 1, pp 263-273
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 80 - Dec 80)
    17.          WOYKE-J-1973-J-APIC-RES-V12-P145
                  Influence of external conditions and the number of spermatozoa
                 entering spermatheca of instrumentally inseminated honeybee
                 queens.
     Record 1 of 2.                                                                               Cited in 2 papers
     Authors:  Woyke-J  Jasinski-Z
     Title:  Influence of the Number of Attendant Workers on the
             Results of Instrumental Insemination of Honeybee Queens
             Kept at Room-Temperature
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE
              1980, Vol 11, Iss 2, pp 173-180

      Record 2 of 2.
     Authors:  Herbert-EW
     Title:  Effect of Diet on the Rate of Brood Rearing by Naturally
             and Instrumentally Inseminated Queens
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE
              1980, Vol 11, Iss 1, pp 57-62
 

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     18.              WOYKE-J-1973-J-APIC-RES-V12-P35
                 Reproductive organs of haploid and diploid drones.
      Record 1 of 1.                                                                             Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Chaud Netto-J  Kerr-WE
     Title:  Genetic Mechanisms for the Development of Reproductive-
             Organs of Apis mellifera Workers and Diploid Drones - A
             Complementary Hypothesis
     Source:  REVISTA BRASILEIRA DE GENETICA
              1980, Vol 3, Iss 2, pp 127-138
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 80 - Dec 80)
     19.            WOYKE-J-1973-J-HERED-V64-P227
                 Laranja: a new honey bee mutation. Gene dosage and the
                 maleness of diploid drones.
      Record 1 of 1.                                                                              Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Kerr-WE  Chaud Netto-J  Silva-AT
     Title:  Mutation in Honeybees .1. Rate of Reverse Mutation for
             Genes Determining Eye Color in Honeybees
     Source:  REVISTA BRASILEIRA DE GENETICA
              1980, Vol 3, Iss 3, pp 275-284
 

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     20.            WOYKE-J-1974-J-APIC-RES-V13-P77
                 Genic balance, heterozygosity and inheritance of size of testes
                  in diploid drone honeybee.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                             Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Chaud Netto-J  Kerr-WE
     Title:  Genetic Mechanisms for the Development of Reproductive-
             Organs of Apis-mellifera Workers and Diploid Drones - A
             Complementary Hypothesis
     Source:  REVISTA BRASILEIRA DE GENETICA
              1980, Vol 3, Iss 2, pp 127-138
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 80 - Dec 80)
     21.            WOYKE-J-1976-J-APICULTURAL-RES-V15-P105
                 Population genetic studies on sex alleles in the honeybee using
                 the example of the Kangaroo Island bee sanctuary.
      Record 1 of 2.            2 Citations
     Authors:  Cornuet-JM  Aries-F
     Title:  Number of Sex Alleles in a Sample of Honeybee Colonies
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE
              1980, Vol 11, Iss 1, pp 87-93

      Record 2 of 2.
     Authors:  Page-RE
     Title:  The Evolution of Multiple Mating-Behavior by Honey Bee
             Queens Apis-mellifera L
     Source:  GENETICS
              1980, Vol 96, Iss 1, pp 263-273
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 80 - Dec 80)
     22.            WOYKE-J-1977-J-APICULTURAL-RES-V16-P131
                 Comparative biometrical investigation on diploid drones of the honeybee.
                  I. The head.
      Record 1 of 2.                                                                            Cited in 2 papers
     Authors:  Petters-RM  Mettus-RV
     Title:  Decreased Diploid Male Viability in the Parasitic Wasp,
             Bracon-hebetor
     Source:  JOURNAL OF HEREDITY
              1980, Vol 71, Iss 5, pp 353-356

      Record 2 of 2.
     Authors:  Harbo-JR
     Title:  Mosaic Male Honey Bees Produced by Queens Inseminated
             with Frozen Spermatozoa
     Source:  JOURNAL OF HEREDITY
              1980, Vol 71, Iss 6, pp 435-436
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 80 - Dec 80)
     23.            WOYKE-J-1978-J-APICULTURAL-RES-V17-P195
                 Comparative biometrical investigation on diploid drones of the
                 honeybee. II. The thorax.
      Record 1 of 1.                                                                           Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Petters-RM  Mettus-RV
     Title:  Decreased Diploid Male Viability in the Parasitic Wasp,
             Bracon-hebetor
     Source:  JOURNAL OF HEREDITY
              1980, Vol 71, Iss 5, pp 353-356
 

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     24.            WOYKE-J-1978-J-APICULTURAL-RES-V17-P206
                 Comparative biometrical investigation on diploid drones of the
                  honeybee. III. The abdomen, and weight.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                              Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Petters-RM  Mettus-RV
     Title:  Decreased Diploid Male Viability in the Parasitic Wasp,
             Bracon-hebetor
     Source:  JOURNAL OF HEREDITY
              1980, Vol 71, Iss 5, pp 353-356
 

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     25.            WOYKE-J-1979-APIDOLOGIE-V10-P149
                 Number of worker bees necessary to attend instrumentally
                 inseminated queens kept in an incubator.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                             Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Woyke-J  Jasinski-Z
     Title:  Influence of the Number of Attendant Workers on the
             Results of Instrumental Insemination of Honeybee Queens
             Kept at Room-Temperature
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE
              1980, Vol 11, Iss 2, pp 173-180
 

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     26.            WOYKE-J-1979-J-APIC-RES-V18-P136
                 Effect of the access of worker honeybees to the queen on the result
                 of instrumental  insemination
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                                Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Woyke-J  Jasinski-Z
     Title:  Influence of the Number of Attendant Workers on the
             Results of Instrumental Insemination of Honeybee Queens
             Kept at Room-Temperature
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE
              1980, Vol 11, Iss 2, pp 173-180
 

                                  1980 Total: 26 Woyke Papers cited, in 34 Publications of other authors