Science Citation Index 1985  J. Woyke

 
     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     1.          WOYKE-J-1955-B-ACAD-POLON-SCI-2-V3-P175
               Multiple mating of the honeybee queen (Apis mellifica L.) in
               one nuptial flight.
     Record 1 of 3.                                                                              Cited in 3 papers
     Authors:  Machado-MFPS  Contel-EPB  Kerr-WE
     Males Sons-of-the-Queen and Sons-of-
             Workers in Plebeia-Droryana (Hymenoptera, Apidae)
             Estimated from Data of an Mdh Isozymic Polymorphic System
     Source:  GENETICA  1984, Vol 65, Iss 3, pp 193-198

      Record 2 of 3.
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Instrumental Insemination of Honeybee Queens in the
             Development of Beekeeping
     Source:  WORLD ANIMAL REVIEW 1985, Iss 56, pp 40-44

      Record 3 of 3.
     Authors:  Ruttner-F
     Title:  Reproductive-Behavior in Honeybees
     Source:  FORTSCHRITTE DER ZOOLOGIE
              1985, Vol 31, pp 225-236
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     2.          WOYKE-J-1956-B-ACAD-POL-SCI-2-V4-P81
          Anatomo-physiological changes in queen-bees returning from
          mating flights, and the process of multiple mating.
     Record 1 of 2.                                                                             Cited in 2 papers
     Authors:  Moritz-RFA
     Title:  The Effects of Multiple Mating on the Worker-Queen
             Conflict in Apis-mellifera L
     Source:  BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY
              1985, Vol 16, Iss 4, pp 375-377

      Record 2 of 2.
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Instrumental Insemination of Honeybee Queens in the
             Development of Beekeeping
     Source:  WORLD ANIMAL REVIEW 1985, Iss 56, pp 40-44
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     3.          WOYKE-J-1958-BEE-WORLD-V39-P3
               An anatomical study of the mating process in the honeybee.
     Record 1 of 2.                                                                             Cited in 2 papers
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Instrumental Insemination of Honeybee Queens in the
             Development of Beekeeping
     Source:  WORLD ANIMAL REVIEW  1985, Iss 56, pp 40-44

      Record 2 of 2.
     Authors:  Ruttner-F
     Title:  Reproductive-Behavior in Honeybees
     Source:  FORTSCHRITTE DER ZOOLOGIE
              1985, Vol 31, pp 225-236
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     4.          WOYKE-J-1960-PSZCZEL-ZESZ-NAUK-V4-P183
               An anatomical study of the mating process in the honeybee.
     Record 1 of 3.                                                                                 Cited in 3 papers
     Authors:  Moritz-RFA
     Title:  The Effects of Multiple Mating on the Worker-Queen
             Conflict in Apis-mellifera L
     Source:  BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY
              1985, Vol 16, Iss 4, pp 375-377

      Record 2 of 3.
     Authors:  Machado-MFPS  Contel-EPB  Kerr-WE
     Title:  Proportion of Males Sons-of-the-Queen and Sons-of-
             Workers in Plebeia-Droryana (Hymenoptera, Apidae)
             Estimated from Data of an Mdh Isozymic Polymorphic System
     Source:  GENETICA 1984, Vol 65, Iss 3, pp 193-198

     Record 3 of 3.
     Authors:  Ruttner-F
     Title:  Reproductive-Behavior in Honeybees
     Source:  FORTSCHRITTE DER ZOOLOGIE
              1985, Vol 31, pp 225-236
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
             WOYKE-J-1962-BEE-W-V43-P21
               Natural and artificial insemination of queen honeybees.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                        Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Instrumental Insemination of Honeybee Queens in the
     Development of Beekeeping
     Source:  WORLD ANIMAL REVIEW 1985, Iss 56, pp 40-44
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     6.          WOYKE-J-1963-J-APIC-RES-V2-P73
               Natural and artificial insemination of queen honeybees.
      Record 1 of 3.                                                                     Cited in 3 papers
     Authors:  Page-RE  Laidlaw-HH
     Title:  Closed Population Honeybee Breeding
     Source:  BEE WORLD 1985, Vol 66, Iss 2, pp 63-72

      Record 2 of 3.
     Authors:  Ross-KG  Fletcher-DJC
     Title:  Genetic-Origin of Male Diploidy in the Fire Ant,
             Solenopsis Invicta (Hymenoptera, Formicidae), and Its
             Evolutionary Significance
     Source:  EVOLUTION 1985, Vol 39, Iss 4, pp 888-903

      Record 3 of 3.
     Authors:  Page-RE  Erickson-EH  Laidlaw-HH
     Title:  Closed Population Honeybee Breeding .4. The Distribution
             of Sex Alleles with Top Crossing
     Source:  JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH
              1985, Vol 24, Iss 1, pp 38-42
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     7.          WOYKE-J-1963-J-APICULT-RES-V2-P19
               Drone larvae from fertilized eggs of the honeybee.
     Record 1 of 4.                                                                         Cited in 4 papers
     Authors:  Page-RE  Laidlaw-HH
     Title:  Closed Population Honeybee Breeding
     Source:  BEE WORLD 1985, Vol 66, Iss 2, pp 63-72

     Record 2 of 4.
     Authors:  Leslie-JF  Raju-NB
     Title:  Recessive Mutations from Natural-Populations of
             Neurospora-crassa That Are Expressed in the Sexual
             Diplophase
     Source:  GENETICS 1985, Vol 111, Iss 4, pp 759-777

      Record 3 of 4.
     Authors:  Page-RE  Erickson-EH  Laidlaw-HH
     Title:  Closed Population Honeybee Breeding .4. The Distribution
             of Sex Alleles with Top Crossing
     Source:  JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH
              1985, Vol 24, Iss 1, pp 38-42

      Record 4 of 4.
     Authors:  Ruttner-F
     Title:  Reproductive-Behavior in Honeybees
     Source:  FORTSCHRITTE DER ZOOLOGIE
              1985, Vol 31, pp 225-236
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     8.          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:  Lensky-Y  Demter-M
     Title:  Mating Flights of the Queen Honeybee (Apis mellifera) in
             a Sub-Tropical Climate
     Source:  COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY
     A-COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
              1985, Vol 81, Iss 2, pp 229-241
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     9.          WOYKE-J-1964-J-APIC-RES-V3-P91
               Genetic characters in immature stages of wild and mutant bees.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                                Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Instrumental Insemination of Honeybee Queens in the
             Development of Beekeeping
     Source:  WORLD ANIMAL REVIEW
              1985, Iss 56, pp 40-44
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     10.          WOYKE-J-1965-J-APIC-RES-V4-P143
               Rearing diploid drone larvae in queen cells in a colony.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                               Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Fell-RD  Morse-RA
     Title:  Emergency Queen Cell Production in the Honey Bee Colony
     Source:  INSECTES SOCIAUX-SOCIAL INSECTS
              1984, Vol 31, Iss 3, pp 221-237
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     11.          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:  Ross-KG  Fletcher-DJC
     Title:  Genetic-Origin of Male Diploidy in the Fire Ant,
             Solenopsis-invicta (Hymenoptera, Formicidae), and Its
             Evolutionary Significance
     Source:  EVOLUTION
              1985, Vol 39, Iss 4, pp 888-903
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     12.          WOYKE-J-1966-J-APIC-RES-V5-P149
          The chromosome number as proof that drones can arise from
          fertilized eggs of the  honeybee.
      Record 1 of 1.                                                                           Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Ross-KG  Fletcher-DJC
     Title:  Genetic-Origin of Male Diploidy in the Fire Ant,
             Solenopsis-invicta (Hymenoptera, Formicidae), and Its
             Evolutionary Significance
     Source:  EVOLUTION
              1985, Vol 39, Iss 4, pp 888-903
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     13.          WOYKE-J-1966-MANUAL-ARTIFICIAL-INSEMINATION
               Genetic Aspects of Artificial Insemination
      Record 1 of 1.                                                                            Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Instrumental Insemination of Honeybee Queens in the
             Development of Beekeeping
     Source:  WORLD ANIMAL REVIEW
              1985, Iss 56, pp 40-44
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     14.          WOYKE-J-1966-MANUAL-ARTIFICIAL-IN-P86
               Sex determination
      Record 1 of 1.                                                                            Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Fermiano-LHMN  Stort-AC
     Title:  Study of Food-Gathering Behavior in Italian Bees (Apis
             mellifera liguistica), in Africanized Bees, and in the
             Descendants of Their Crossings
     Source:  REVISTA BRASILEIRA DE GENETICA
              1985, Vol 8, Iss 1, pp 29-36
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     15.          WOYKE-J-1966-Z-BIENENFORSCH-V8-P236
          Wovon hängt die Zahl der Spermien in der Samenblase der
          auf natürlichem Wege  begatteten Königinen ab?
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                           Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Instrumental Insemination of Honeybee Queens in the
             Development of Beekeeping
     Source:  WORLD ANIMAL REVIEW
              1985, Iss 56, pp 40-44
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     16.          WOYKE-J-1969-J-APIC-RES-V8-P169
               Rearing diploid drones on royal jelly or bee milk.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                            Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Leslie-JF  Raju-NB
     Title:  Recessive Mutations from Natural-Populations of
             Neurospora-crassa That Are Expressed in the Sexual
             Diplophase
     Source:  GENETICS
              1985, Vol 111, Iss 4, pp 759-777
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     17.          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 2.                                                                            Cited in 2 papers
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Instrumental Insemination of Honeybee Queens in the
             Development of Beekeeping
     Source:  WORLD ANIMAL REVIEW
              1985, Iss 56, pp 40-44

      Record 2 of 2.
     Title:  Colony Behavior After Queen Loss
     Source:  BEE WORLD
              1985, Vol 66, Iss 3, pp 119-122
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     18.          WOYKE-J-1972-J-APIC-RES-V11-P41
               The biparental origin of adult honeybee drones proved by
               mutant queens.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                            Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Ross-KG  Fletcher-DJC
     Title:  Genetic-Origin of Male Diploidy in the Fire Ant,
             Solenopsis-invicta (Hymenoptera, Formicidae), and Its
             Evolutionary Significance
     Source:  EVOLUTION
              1985, Vol 39, Iss 4, pp 888-903
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     19.          WOYKE-J-1973-APIACTA-V8-P115
                Experiences with Apis mellifera adansonii in Brazil and in Poland
     Record 1 of 2.                                                                               Cited in 2 papers
     Authors:  Krell-R  Eischen-FA  Dietz-A
     Title:  A Preliminary-Study on Winter Survival of Africanized
             and European Honey Bees in Cordoba, Argentina
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE
              1985, Vol 16, Iss 2, pp 109-117
     
      Record 2 of 2.
     Authors:  Moritz-RFA  Breh-M  Southwick-EE
     Title:  A Metabolic Test for the Quantitative-Analysis of Alarm
             Behavior of Honeybees (Apis mellifera L)
     Source:  JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL ZOOLOGY
              1985, Vol 235, Iss 1, pp 1-5
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     20.          WOYKE-J-1973-INDIAN-BEE-J-V35-P10
                Reproduction and artificial insemination of Apis cerana indica Fabr.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                               Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Instrumental Insemination of Honeybee Queens in the
             Development of Beekeeping
     Source:  WORLD ANIMAL REVIEW
              1985, Iss 56, pp 40-44
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     21.          WOYKE-J-1973-J-APIC-RES-V12-P151
                Instrumental insemination of Apis cerana indica queens
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                                 Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Instrumental Insemination of Honeybee Queens in the
             Development of Beekeeping
     Source:  WORLD ANIMAL REVIEW
              1985, Iss 56, pp 40-44
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     22.          WOYKE-J-1974-J-APIC-RES-V13-P183
                Spermatogenesis in diploid drones of honey bee
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                               Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Ross-KG  Fletcher-DJC
     Title:  Genetic-Origin of Male Diploidy in the Fire Ant,
             Solenopsis invicta (Hymenoptera, Formicidae), and Its
             Evolutionary Significance
     Source:  EVOLUTION
              1985, Vol 39, Iss 4, pp 888-903
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     23.          WOYKE-J-1975-J-APIC-RES-V14-P153
               Natural and instrumental insemination of Apis cerana indica in India.
     Record 1 of 4.                                                                                Cited in 4 papers
     Authors:  Moritz-RFA
     Title:  The Effects of Multiple Mating on the Worker-Queen
             Conflict in Apis mellifera L
     Source:  BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY
              1985, Vol 16, Iss 4, pp 375-377

      Record 2 of 4.
     Authors:  Lensky-Y  Demter-M
     Title:  Mating Flights of the Queen Honeybee (Apis mellifera) in
               a Sub-Tropical Climate
     Source:  COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY
     A-COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
              1985, Vol 81, Iss 2, pp 229-241

      Record 3 of 4.
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Instrumental Insemination of Honeybee Queens in the
             Development of Beekeeping
     Source:  WORLD ANIMAL REVIEW
              1985, Iss 56, pp 40-44

      Record 4 of 4.
     Authors:  Ruttner-F
     Title:  Reproductive-Behavior in Honeybees
     Source:  FORTSCHRITTE DER ZOOLOGIE
              1985, Vol 31, pp 225-236
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     24.          WOYKE-J-1976-APIDOLOGIE-V7-P301
               The influence of age on the results of instrumental insemination
               of honeybee queens.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                                Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Instrumental Insemination of Honeybee Queens in the
             Development of Beekeeping
     Source:  WORLD ANIMAL REVIEW
              1985, Iss 56, pp 40-44
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     25.          WOYKE-J-1976-INSTRUMENTAL-INSEMINATION
      Record 1 of 1.                                                                              Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Ruttner-F
     Title:  Reproductive-Behavior in Honeybees
     Source:  FORTSCHRITTE DER ZOOLOGIE
              1985, Vol 31, pp 225-236
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     26.          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.                                                                          Cited in 2 papers
     Authors:  Page-RE  Laidlaw-HH
     Title:  Closed Population Honeybee Breeding
     Source:  BEE WORLD
              1985, Vol 66, Iss 2, pp 63-72

      Record 2 of 2.
     Authors:  Ross-KG  Fletcher-DJC
     Title:  Genetic-Origin of Male Diploidy in the Fire Ant,
             Solenopsis-invicta (Hymenoptera, Formicidae), and Its
             Evolutionary Significance
     Source:  EVOLUTION
              1985, Vol 39, Iss 4, pp 888-903
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     27.          WOYKE-J-1978-APIDOLOGIE-V9-P203
               Influence of age of drones on the results of instrumental
               insemination of honeybee  queens.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                         Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Instrumental Insemination of Honeybee Queens in the
             Development of Beekeeping
     Source:  WORLD ANIMAL REVIEW
              1985, Iss 56, pp 40-44
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     28.          WOYKE-J-1978-BIOL-REPRODUCTION-GE-P1
      Record 1 of 1.                                                                          Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Instrumental Insemination of Honeybee Queens in the
             Development of Beekeeping
     Source:  WORLD ANIMAL REVIEW
              1985, Iss 56, pp 40-44
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     29.          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
     Title:  Instrumental Insemination of Honeybee Queens in the
             Development of Beekeeping
     Source:  WORLD ANIMAL REVIEW
              1985, Iss 56, pp 40-44
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     30.           WOYKE-J-1979-J-APIC-RES-V19-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
     Title:  Instrumental Insemination of Honeybee Queens in the
             Development of Beekeeping
     Source:  WORLD ANIMAL REVIEW
              1985, Iss 56, pp 40-44
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     31.          WOYKE-J-1980-APIDOLOGIE-V11-P173
          Influence of number of attendant workers on the results of instrumental
          insemination of honeybee queens kept at room temperature.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                            Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Instrumental Insemination of Honeybee Queens in the
             Development of Beekeeping
     Source:  WORLD ANIMAL REVIEW
              1985, Iss 56, pp 40-44
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     32.          WOYKE-J-1982-J-APIC-RES-V21-P129
           Influence of the number of attendant workers on the number of
          spermatozoa entering the  spermatheca of instrumentally
          inseminated queens kept outdoors in mating nuclei.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                           Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Instrumental Insemination of Honeybee Queens in the
             Development of Beekeeping
     Source:  WORLD ANIMAL REVIEW
              1985, Iss 56, pp 40-44
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 85 - Dec 85)
     33.          WOYKE-J-1984-P-EXPERT-CONSULTATION-P124
                Beekeeping in Afghanistan.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                           Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Survival and Prophylactic Control of Tropilaelaps clareae
     Infesting Apis-mellifera Colonies in Afghanistan
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE
              1984, Vol 15, Iss 4, pp 421-433
 

                                       1985 Total: 33 Woyke Papers cited, in 49 Publications of other authors