Science Citation Index 1986  J. Woyke

 
    Science Citation Index (Jan 86 - Dec 86)
     1.          WOYKE-J-1958-BEE-WORLD-V39-P3
               An anatomical study of the mating process in the honeybee.
     Record 1 of 3.                                                                            Cited in 3  papers
     Authors:  Koeniger-G
     Title:  Mating Sign and Multiple Mating in the Honeybee
     Source:  BEE WORLD
              1986, Vol 67, Iss 4, pp 141-150

      Record 2 of 3.
     Authors:  Moritz-RFA
     Title:  Intracolonial Worker Relationship and Sperm Competition
             in the Honeybee (Apis mellifera L)
     Source:  EXPERIENTIA
              1986, Vol 42, Iss 4, pp 445-448

      Record 3 of 3.
     Authors:  Page-RE
     Title:  Sperm Utilization in Social Insects
     Source:  ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENTOMOLOGY
              1986, Vol 31, pp 297-320
 

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     2.          WOYKE-J-1960-PSZCZEL-ZESZ-NAUK-V4-P183
                Naturalne i sztuczne unasienianie matek pszczelich.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                             Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Moritz-RFA
     Title:  Intracolonial Worker Relationship and Sperm Competition
             in the Honeybee (Apis mellifera L)
     Source:  EXPERIENTIA
              1986, Vol 42, Iss 4, pp 445-448

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     3.          WOYKE-J-1962-BEE-WORLD-V43-P21
               Natural and artificial insemination of queen honeybees.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                               Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Page-RE
     Title:  Sperm Utilization in Social Insects
     Source:  ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENTOMOLOGY
              1986, Vol 31, pp 297-320
 

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     4.          WOYKE-J-1962-J-APIC-RES-V1-P6
               The hatchability of "lethal" eggs in two sex allele fraternity
               of honeybees
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                               Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Visscher-PK
     Title:  Kinship Discrimination in Queen Rearing by Honey Bees
             (Apis mellifera)
     Source:  BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY
              1986, Vol 18, Iss 6, pp 453-460
 

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     5.          WOYKE-J-1963-19TH-BEEK-C-PRAG-P550
               Drones from fertilized eggs and the biology of sex determination
               in the honey bee.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                               Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Moritz-RFA
     Title:  Intracolonial Worker Relationship and Sperm Competition
             in the Honeybee (Apis mellifera L)
     Source:  EXPERIENTIA
              1986, Vol 42, Iss 4, pp 445-448
 

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     6.          WOYKE-J-1963-J-APIC-RES-V2-P73
               What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeybee colony.
     Record 1 of 3.                                                                                Cited in 3 papers
     Authors:  Ross-KG  Fletcher-DJC
     Title:  Diploid Male Production - A Significant Colony Mortality
             Factor in the Fire Ant Solenopsis invicta (Hymenoptera,
             Formicidae)
     Source:  BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY
              1986, Vol 19, Iss 4, pp 283-291

      Record 2 of 3.
     Authors:  Vargo-EL  Fletcher-DJC
     Title:  Queen Number and the Production of Sexuals in the Fire
             Ant, Solenopsis invicta (Hymenoptera, Formicidae)
     Source:  BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY
              1986, Vol 19, Iss 1, pp 41-47

      Record 3 of 3.
     Authors:  Oldroyd-BP  Moran-C  Nicholas-FW
     Title:  Diallel Crosses of Honeybees .1. A Genetic-Analysis of
             Honey Production Using a Fixed Effects Model
     Source:  JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH
              1985, Vol 24, Iss 4, pp 243-249
 

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     7.          WOYKE-J-1963-J-APIC-RES-V2-P77
               Rearing and viability of diploid drone larvae.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                           Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Page-RE
     Title:  Sperm Utilization in Social Insects
     Source:  ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENTOMOLOGY
              1986, Vol 31, pp 297-320
 

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     8.          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:  Vargo-EL  Fletcher-DJC
     Title:  Queen Number and the Production of Sexuals in the Fire Ant,
               Solenopsis -invicta (Hymenoptera, Formicidae)
     Source:  BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY
              1986, Vol 19, Iss 1, pp 41-47

      Record 2 of 4.
     Authors:  Woyke-J  Krol-Paluch-W
     Title:  Changes in Tissue Polyploidization During Development of
     Haploid and Diploid Drone Honeybees
     Source:  JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH
              1985, Vol 24, Iss 4, pp 214-224

      Record 3 of 4.
     Authors:  Oldroyd-BP  Moran-C  Nicholas-FW
     Title:  Diallel Crosses of Honeybees .1. A Genetic-Analysis of
             Honey Production Using a Fixed Effects Model
     Source:  JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH
              1985, Vol 24, Iss 4, pp 243-249

     Record 4 of 4.
     Authors:  Page-RE
     Title:  Sperm Utilization in Social Insects
     Source:  ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENTOMOLOGY
              1986, Vol 31, pp 297-320
 

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     9.          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:  Page-RE
     Title:  Sperm Utilization in Social Insects
     Source:  ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENTOMOLOGY
              1986, Vol 31, pp 297-320
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 86 - Dec 86)
     10.          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:  Clarke-GM  Brand-GW  Whitten-MJ
     Title:  Fluctuating Asymmetry - A Technique for Measuring
             Developmental Stress Caused by Inbreeding
     Source:  AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
              1986, Vol 39, Iss 2, pp 145-153
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 86 - Dec 86)
     11.          WOYKE-J-1969-J-APICULT-RES-V8-P65
               A method of rearing diploid drones in a honeybee colony
     Record 1 of 2.                                                                               Cited in 2 papers
     Authors:  Visscher-PK
     Title:  Kinship Discrimination in Queen Rearing by Honey Bees
             (Apis-mellifera)
     Source:  BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY
              1986, Vol 18, Iss 6, pp 453-460

      Record 2 of 2.
     Authors:  Woyke-J  Krol-Paluch-W
     Title:  Changes in Tissue Polyploidization During Development of
             Worker, Queen, Haploid and Diploid Drone Honeybees
     Source:  JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH
              1985, Vol 24, Iss 4, pp 214-224
 

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     12.          WOYKE-J-1971-23-P-INT-BEEK-C-MOSC-P365
               New experimental data in the honey bee genetics.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                             Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Woyke-J  Krol-Paluch-W
     Title:  Changes in Tissue Polyploidization During Development of
             Worker, Queen, Haploid and Diploid Drone Honeybees
     Source:  JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH
              1985, Vol 24, Iss 4, pp 214-224
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 86 - Dec 86)
     13.          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:  Sperm Utilization in Social Insects
     Source:  ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENTOMOLOGY
              1986, Vol 31, pp 297-320
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 86 - Dec 86)
     14.          WOYKE-J-1973-J-APIC-RES-V12-P151
                Instrumental insemination of Apis cerana indica queens.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                             Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Hoshiba-H  Okada-I
     Title:  G-Banding Analyses of Male Chromosomes in Apis-cerana
             and Apis mellifera ligustica
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE
              1986, Vol 17, Iss 2, pp 101-105
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 86 - Dec 86)
     15.          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:  Dellama-MA  Mestriner-MA  Soares-AEE
     Title:  Linkage Studies in Apis mellifera Using Biochemical and
             Morphological Markers
     Source:  JOURNAL OF HEREDITY
              1985, Vol 76, Iss 6, pp 427-430
 

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     16.          WOYKE-J-1974-J-APIC-RES-V13-P183
                Spermatogenesis in diploid drones of honey bee
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                                Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Woyke-J  Krol-Paluch-W
     Title:  Changes in Tissue Polyploidization During Development of
             Worker, Queen, Haploid and Diploid Drone Honeybees
     Source:  JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH
              1985, Vol 24, Iss 4, pp 214-224
 

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     17.          WOYKE-J-1975-J-APIC-RES-V14-P153
               Natural and instrumental insemination of Apis cerana indica in India.
     Record 1 of 2.                                                                                Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Moritz-RFA
     Title:  Intracolonial Worker Relationship and Sperm Competition
             in the Honeybee (Apis mellifera L)
     Source:  EXPERIENTIA
              1986, Vol 42, Iss 4, pp 445-448

      Record 2 of 2.
     Authors:  Page-RE
     Title:  Sperm Utilization in Social Insects
     Source:  ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENTOMOLOGY
              1986, Vol 31, pp 297-320
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 86 - Dec 86)
     18.          WOYKE-J-1975-J-APIC-RES-V14-P3
               DNA content of spermatids and spermatozoa of haploid
               and diploid drones.
      Record 1 of 1.                                                                            Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Woyke-J  Krol-Paluch-W
     Title:  Changes in Tissue Polyploidization During Development of
             Worker, Queen, Haploid and Diploid Drone Honeybees
     Source:  JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH
              1985, Vol 24, Iss 4, pp 214-224
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 86 - Dec 86)
     19.          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 1.                                                                                 Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Page-RE
     Title:  Sperm Utilization in Social Insects
     Source:  ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENTOMOLOGY
              1986, Vol 31, pp 297-320
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 86 - Dec 86)
     20.          WOYKE-J-1977-J-APIC-RES-V16-P131
                Comparative biometrical investigation on diploid drones of
               the honeybee. I. The head.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                            Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Woyke-J  Krol-Paluch-W
     Title:  Changes in Tissue Polyploidization During Development of
             Worker, Queen, Haploid and Diploid Drone Honeybees
     Source:  JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH
              1985, Vol 24, Iss 4, pp 214-224
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 86 - Dec 86)
     21.          WOYKE-J-1977-J-APIC-RES-V16-P84
               Cannibalism and brood-rearing efficiency in the honeybee.
      Record 1 of 1.                                                                             Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Omholt-SW
     Title:  A Model for Intracolonial Population-Dynamics of the
             Honeybee in Temperate Zones
     Source:  JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH
              1986, Vol 25, Iss 1, pp 9-21
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 86 - Dec 86)
     22.          WOYKE-J-1978-J-APIC-RES-V17-P195
                Comparative biometrical investigation on diploid drones
                of the honeybee. II. The thorax.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                                Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Woyke-J  Krol-Paluch-W
     Title:  Changes in Tissue Polyploidization During Development of
             Worker, Queen, Haploid and Diploid Drone Honeybees
     Source:  JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH
              1985, Vol 24, Iss 4, pp 214-224
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 86 - Dec 86)
     23.          WOYKE-J-1978-J-APIC-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:  Woyke-J  Krol-Paluch-W
     Title:  Changes in Tissue Polyploidization During Development of
             Worker, Queen, Haploid and Diploid Drone Honeybees
     Source:  JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH
              1985, Vol 24, Iss 4, pp 214-224
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 86 - Dec 86)
            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 1.                                                                              Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Page-RE
     Title:  Sperm Utilization in Social Insects
     Source:  ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENTOMOLOGY
              1986, Vol 31, pp 297-320
 

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     25.          WOYKE-J-1980-J-APIC-RES-V19-P89
               Genetic background of sexuality in the diploid honeybee.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                            Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Woyke-J  Krol-Paluch-W
     Title:  Changes in Tissue Polyploidization During Development of
             Worker, Queen, Haploid and Diploid Drone Honeybees
     Source:  JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH
              1985, Vol 24, Iss 4, pp 214-224
 

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     26.          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 1.                                                                          Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Page-RE
     Title:  Sperm Utilization in Social Insects
     Source:  ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENTOMOLOGY
              1986, Vol 31, pp 297-320
 

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     27.          WOYKE-J-1983-J-APIC-RES-V22-P150
          Dynamics of enter of spermatozoa into the spermatheca of
          instrumentally inseminated  queen honeybees.
     Record 1 of 3.                                                                                    3 Citations
     Authors:  Packer-L
     Title:  The Biology of a Sub-Tropical Population of Halictus-
             ligatus Say (Hymenoptera, Halictidae) .2. Male-Behavior
     Source:  ETHOLOGY
              1986, Vol 72, Iss 4, pp 287-298

      Record 2 of 3.
     Authors:  Moritz-RFA
     Title:  Intracolonial Worker Relationship and Sperm Competition
             in the Honeybee (Apis-mellifera L)
     Source:  EXPERIENTIA
              1986, Vol 42, Iss 4, pp 445-448

      Record 3 of 3.
     Authors:  Page-RE
     Title:  Sperm Utilization in Social Insects
     Source:  ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENTOMOLOGY
              1986, Vol 31, pp 297-320
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 86 - Dec 86)
     28.          WOYKE-J-1984-APIDOLOGIE-V15-P421
               Survival and prophylactic control of Tropilaelaps clareae infesting
               Apis mellifera colonies in Afghanistan.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                                Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Further Investigations into Control of the Parasite Bee
             Mite Tropilaelaps clareae Without Medication
     Source:  JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH
              1985, Vol 24, Iss 4, pp 250-254
 

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     29.          WOYKE-J-1984-J-APIC-RES-V23-P123
                Ultrastructure of single and multiple diploid honeybee spermatozoa.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                              Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Woyke-J  Krol-Paluch-W
     Title:  Changes in Tissue Polyploidization During Development of
             Worker, Queen, Haploid and Diploid Drone Honeybees
     Source:  JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH
              1985, Vol 24, Iss 4, pp 214-224
 

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     30.          WOYKE-J-1985-3-P-INT-C-AP-TROP-CL-P163
          Infestation of honey bee colonies by parasitic mites Varroa jacobsoni
          and Tropilaelaps  clareae in South Vietnam, and results
          of chemical treatment.
      Record 1 of 2.                                                                             Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Further Investigations into Control of the Parasite Bee
             Mite Tropilaelaps-clareae Without Medication
     Source:  JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH
              1985, Vol 24, Iss 4, pp 250-254

      Record 2 of 2.
     Authors:  Walker-P
     Title:  Conference on Tropical Apiculture
     Source:  BEE WORLD
              1986, Vol 67, Iss 1, pp 26-28
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 86 - Dec 86)
     31.          WOYKE-J-1985-AM-BEE-J-V125-P497
          Tropilaelaps clareae, a serious pest of Apis mellifera in the tropics,
          but not dangerous for apiculture in temperate zones.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                                Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Herbert-EW  Argauer-RJ  Shimanuki-H
     Title:  The Effect of an Insect Chitin Synthesis Inhibitor on Honey Bees
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE
              1986, Vol 17, Iss 1, pp 73-76
 

                             1986 Total: 31Woyke  Papers cited, in 43 Publications of other authors