Science Citation Index 1984  J. Woyke

           Science Citation Index (Jan 84 - Dec 84)
     1.          WOYKE-J-1955-B-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:  Koeniger-GTitle:  Morpho-Functional Study of the Mating
     in the Honeybee (Apis mellifera L)
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE  1984, Vol 15, Iss 2, pp 189-203
 

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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:  Koeniger-G
     Title:  Morpho-Functional Study of the Mating in the Honeybee
             (Apis mellifera L)
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE  1984, Vol 15, Iss 2, pp 189-203
 

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     3.          WOYKE-J-1960-PSZCZEL-ZESZ-NAUK-V4-P183
                Naturalne i sztuczne unasienianie matek pszczelich.
     Record 1 of 2.                                                                              Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Moritz-RFA  Kuhnert-M
     Title:  Seasonal Effects on Artificial-Insemination of Honeybee
             Queens (Apis-mellifera L)
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE  1984, Vol 15, Iss 2, pp 223-231

      Record 2 of 2.
     Authors:  Laidlaw-HH  Page-RE
     Title:  Polyandry in Honey Bees (Apis mellifera L) - Sperm
             Utilization and Intracolony Genetic-Relationships
     Source:  GENETICS 1984, Vol 108, Iss 4, pp 985-997
 

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     4.          WOYKE-J-1963-J-APIC-RES-V2-P73
               What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeybee colony.
     Record 1 of 5.                                                                              Cited in 5 papers
     Authors:  Page-RE  Metcalf-RA
     Title:  A Population Investment Sex-Ratio for the Honey Bee
             (Apis-Mellifera L)
     Source:  AMERICAN NATURALIST 1984, Vol 124, Iss 5, pp 680-702

      Record 2 of 5.
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Exploitation of Comb Cells for Brood Rearing in Honeybee
             Colonies with Larvae of Different Survival Rates
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE  1984, Vol 15, Iss 2, pp 123-136

      Record 3 of 5.
     Authors:  Engels-E  Engels-W
     Title:  Drone Aggregations Near the Nest of the Stingless Bee,
             Scaptotrigona-postica
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE  1984, Vol 15, Iss 3, pp 315-328

      Record 4 of 5.
     Authors:  Weiss-K
     Title:  Regulation of the Protein Balance in the Bee Colony
             (Apis mellifera L) by Brood Cannibalism
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE  1984, Vol 15, Iss 3, pp 339-353

      Record 5 of 5.
     Authors:  Dacruzlandim-C
     Title:  Haplodiploidy in Hymenoptera
     Source:  REVISTA BRASILEIRA DE GENETICA
              1984, Vol 7, Iss 3, pp 433-449
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 84 - Dec 84)
     5.          WOYKE-J-1963-J-APICULT-RES-V2-P19
               Drone larvae from fertilized eggs of the honeybee.
     Record 1 of 3.                                                                          Cited in 3 papers
     Authors:  Page-RE  Metcalf-RA
     Title:  A Population Investment Sex-Ratio for the Honey Bee
             (Apis-mellifera L)
     Source:  AMERICsAN NATURALIST
              1984, Vol 124, Iss 5, pp 680-702

      Record 2 of 3.
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Exploitation of Comb Cells for Brood Rearing in Honeybee
             Colonies with Larvae of Different Survival Rates
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE  1984, Vol 15, Iss 2, pp 123-136

      Record 3 of 3.
     Authors:  Hoshiba-H
     Title:  The C-Banding Analysis of the Diploid Male and Female
             Honeybee (Apis mellifera)
     Source:  PROCEEDINGS OF THE JAPAN ACADEMY SERIES B-PHYSICAL AND
              BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES   1984, Vol 60, Iss 7, pp 238-240
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 84 - Dec 84)
     6.          WOYKE-J-1964-J-APIC-RES-V3-P17
               Causes of repeated mating flights by queen honeybees.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                               Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Laidlaw-HH  Page-RE
     Title:  Polyandry in Honey Bees (Apis mellifera L) - Sperm
             Utilization and Intracolony Genetic-Relationships
     Source:  GENETICS 1984, Vol 108, Iss 4, pp 985-997
 

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     7.          WOYKE-J-1965-J-APIC-RES-V4-P65
               Do honeybees eat diploid drone larvae because they are in
               worker cells?
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                                Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Page-RE  Erickson-EH
     Title:  Selective Rearing of Queens by Worker Honey Bees - Kin
             or Nestmate Recognition
     Source:  ANNALS OF THE ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
              1984, Vol 77, Iss 5, pp 578-580
 

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     8.          WOYKE-J-1965-J-APIC-RES-V4-P7
               Genetic proof of the origin of drones from fertilized eggs of
               the honeybee.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                            Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Dacruzlandim-C
     Title:  Haplodiploidy in Hymenoptera
     Source:  REVISTA BRASILEIRA DE GENETICA
              1984, Vol 7, Iss 3, pp 433-449
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 84 - Dec 84)
     9.          WOYKE-J-1967-21-P-INT-BEEK-C-P471
               Diploid drone substance - cannibalism substance.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                               Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Page-RE  Erickson-EH
     Title:  Selective Rearing of Queens by Worker Honey Bees - Kin
             or Nestmate Recognition
     Source:  ANNALS OF THE ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
              1984, Vol 77, Iss 5, pp 578-580
 

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     10.          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:  Hoshiba-H
     Title:  The C-Banding Analysis of the Diploid Male and Female
             Honeybee (Apis-mellifera)
     Source:  PROCEEDINGS OF THE JAPAN ACADEMY SERIES
         B-PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
              1984, Vol 60, Iss 7, pp 238-240
 

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     11.          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:  Dacruzlandim-C
     Title:  Haplodiploidy in Hymenoptera
     Source:  REVISTA BRASILEIRA DE GENETICA
              1984, Vol 7, Iss 3, pp 433-449
 

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     12.          WOYKE-J-1976-INSTRUMENTAL-INSEMIN-P87
      Record 1 of 1.                                                                           Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Moritz-RFA  Kuhnert-M
     Title:  Seasonal Effects on Artificial-Insemination of Honeybee
             Queens (Apis-mellifera L)
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE 1984, Vol 15, Iss 2, pp 223-231

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     13.          WOYKE-J-1976-J-APIC-RES-V15-P133
               Brood-rearing efficiency and absconding in Indian honeybees.
     Record 1 of 3.                                                                           Cited in 3 papers
     Authors:  Page-RE  Metcalf-RA
     Title:  A Population Investment Sex-Ratio for the Honey Bee
             (Apis-mellifera L)
     Source:  AMERICAN NATURALIST  1984, Vol 124, Iss 5, pp 680-702

      Record 2 of 3.
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Exploitation of Comb Cells for Brood Rearing in Honeybee
             Colonies with Larvae of Different Survival Rates
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE     1984, Vol 15, Iss 2, pp 123-136

      Record 3 of 3.
     Authors:  Weiss-K
     Title:  Regulation of the Protein Balance in the Bee Colony
             (Apis-mellifera L) by Brood Cannibalism
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE  1984, Vol 15, Iss 3, pp 339-353
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 84 - Dec 84)
     14.          WOYKE-J-1977-J-APIC-RES-V16-P84
               Cannibalism and brood-rearing efficiency in the honeybee.
     Record 1 of 2.                                                                           Cited in 2 papers
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Exploitation of Comb Cells for Brood Rearing in Honeybee
             Colonies with Larvae of Different Survival Rates
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE  1984, Vol 15, Iss 2, pp 123-136

      Record 2 of 2.
     Authors:  Weiss-K
     Title:  Regulation of the Protein Balance in the Bee Colony
             (Apis mellifera L) by Brood Cannibalism
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE  1984, Vol 15, Iss 3, pp 339-353
 

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     15.          WOYKE-J-1980-J-APIC-RES-V19-P51
          Effect of sex allele homo-heterozygosity on honeybee colony
          population and on their honey production. I. Favourable
          development conditions.
     Record 1 of 2.                                                                               Cited in 2 papers
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Exploitation of Comb Cells for Brood Rearing in Honeybee
             Colonies with Larvae of Different Survival Rates
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE  1984, Vol 15, Iss 2, pp 123-136

      Record 2 of 2.
     Authors:  Moritz-RFA
     Title:  Selection in Small Populations of the Honeybee (Apis mellifera L)
     Source:  ZEITSCHRIFT FUR TIERZUCHTUNG UND ZUCHTUNGSBIOLOGIE-
              JOURNAL OF ANIMAL BREEDING AND GENETICS
              1984, Vol 101, Iss 5, pp 394-400
 

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     16.          WOYKE-J-1981-J-APIC-RES-V20-P148
          Effect of sex allele homo-heterozygosity on honeybee colony
          population and on their  honey production. 2. Unfavourable
          development conditions and restricted queens.
     Record 1 of 2.                                                                              Cited in 2 papers
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Exploitation of Comb Cells for Brood Rearing in Honeybee
             Colonies with Larvae of Different Survival Rates
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE    1984, Vol 15, Iss 2, pp 123-136

      Record 2 of 2.
     Authors:  Moritz-RFA
     Title:  Selection in Small Populations of the Honeybee (Apis mellifera L)
     Source:  ZEITSCHRIFT FUR TIERZUCHTUNG UND
     ZUCHTUNGSBIOLOGIE-JOURNAL OF ANIMAL BREEDING AND
     GENETICS   1984, Vol 101, Iss 5, pp 394-400
 

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     17.          WOYKE-J-1983-J-APIC-RES-V22-P150
          Dynamics of enter of spermatozoa into the spermatheca of
          instrumentally inseminated  queen honeybees.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                            Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Laidlaw-HH  Page-RE
     Title:  Polyandry in Honey Bees (Apis mellifera L) - Sperm
             Utilization and Intracolony Genetic-Relationships
     Source:  GENETICS   1984, Vol 108, Iss 4, pp 985-997
 

                                           1984 Total: 17 Woyke Papers cited, in 28 Publications of other authors