Science Citation Index 1987,  J. Woyke

 
     Science Citation Index (Jan 87 - Dec 87)
     1.          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:  Laidlaw-HH
     Title:  Instrumental Insemination of Honeybee Queens
               Its Origin and Development
     Source:  BEE WORLD
              1987, Vol 68, Iss 2, pp 71-88
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 87 - Dec 87)
     2.        WOYKE-J-1963-J-APIC-RES-V2-P73
               What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeybee colony.
      Record 1 of 4.                                                                           Cited in 4  papers
     Authors:  Oldroyd-BP  Moran-C
     Title:  Additive and Heterotic Genetic-Effects in the Haplo-
             Diploid Honeybee Apis-mellifera
     Source:  AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
              1987, Vol 40, Iss 1, pp 57-63

      Record 2 of 4.
     Authors:  Rowland-CM  Mclellan-AR
     Title:  Seasonal-Changes of Drone Numbers in a Colony of the
             Honeybee, Apis-mellifera
     Source:  ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
              1987, Vol 37, Iss 3-4, pp 155-166

      Record 3 of 4.
     Authors:  Webster-TC  Duffey-SS  Peng-YS
     Title:  Conservation of Nutrients in Larval Tissue by
             Cannibalizing Honey Bees
     Source:  PHYSIOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
              1987, Vol 12, Iss 2, pp 225-231

      Record 4 of 4.
     Authors:  Vargo-EL  Fletcher-DJC
     Title:  Effect of Queen Number on the Production of Sexuals in
             Natural-Populations of the Fire Ant, Solenopsis-invicta
     Source:  PHYSIOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
              1987, Vol 12, Iss 1, pp 109-116
     Language:  English
     Document type:  Article
     TGA No.:  G6307
     No. Cited Refs:  41
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 87 - Dec 87)
     3.          WOYKE-J-1963-J-APICULT-RES-V2-P19
               Drone larvae from fertilized eggs of the honeybee
      Record 1 of 1.                                                                             Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Oldroyd-BP  Moran-C
     Title:  Additive and Heterotic Genetic-Effects in the Haplo-
             Diploid Honeybee Apis-mellifera
     Source:  AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
              1987, Vol 40, Iss 1, pp 57-63
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 87 - Dec 87)
     4.          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:  Szabo-TI
     Title:  Mating Distance of the Honeybee in Northwestern Alberta Canada
     Source:  JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH
              1986, Vol 25, Iss 4, pp 227-233

      Record 2 of 2.
     Authors:  Woyciechowski-M  Lomnicki-A
     Title:  Multiple Mating of Queens and the Sterility of Workers
             Among Eusocial Hymenoptera
     Source:  JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY
              1987, Vol 128, Iss 3, pp 317-327
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 87 - Dec 87)
     5.          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:  Noonan-KC
     Title:  Recognition of Queen Larvae by Worker Honey Bees (Apis-mellifera)
     Source:  ETHOLOGY
              1986, Vol 73, Iss 4, pp 295-306
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 87 - Dec 87)
     6.          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:  Currie-RW
     Title:  The Biology and Behavior of Drones
     Source:  BEE WORLD
              1987, Vol 68, Iss 3, pp 129-143
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 87 - Dec 87)
     7.          WOYKE-J-1965-J-APICULTURAL-RES-V4-P12
               Study on the comparative viability of diploid and haploid larval drone honeybees.
      Record 1 of 1.                                                                           Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Currie-RW
     Title:  The Biology and Behavior of Drones
     Source:  BEE WORLD
              1987, Vol 68, Iss 3, pp 129-143
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 87 - Dec 87)
     8.          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:  Moritz-RFA  Harbo-JB  Southwick-EE
     Title:  Genetic-Analysis of Defensive Behavior of Honeybee
             Colonies (Apis-mellifera L) in a Field-Test
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE
              1987, Vol 18, Iss 1, pp 27-41

      Record 2 of 2.
     Authors:  Worswick-PVW
     Title:  Comparative-Study of Colony Thermoregulation in the
             African Honeybee, Apis-mellifera-adansonii Latreille and
             the Cape Honeybee, Apis-mellifera-capensis Escholtz
     Source:  COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY
             A-COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
              1987, Vol 86, Iss 1, pp 95-102
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 87 - Dec 87)
     9.           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:  Gribakin-FG  Burovina-IV  Chesnokova-YG  Natochin-YV
               Shakmatova-YI  Ukhanov-KY  Woyke-E
     Title:  Reduced Magnesium Content in Non-Pigmented Eyes of the
             Honey Bee (Apis  mellifera L)
     Source:  COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY
     A-COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
              1987, Vol 86, Iss 4, pp 689-692
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 87 - Dec 87)
     10.          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:  Iwasa-Y  Sasaki-A
     Title:  Evolution of the Number of Sexes
     Source:  EVOLUTION
              1987, Vol 41, Iss 1, pp 49-65
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 87 - Dec 87)
     11.          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:  Currie-RW
     Title:  The Biology and Behavior of Drones
     Source:  BEE WORLD
              1987, Vol 68, Iss 3, pp 129-143
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 87 - Dec 87)
     12          WOYKE-J-1978-USDA-E21ENT28-TECHN
                Biology of reproduction and genetics of the honeybee.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                               Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Frumhoff-PC  Schneider-S
     Title:  The Social-Consequences of Honey Bee Polyandry - The
             Effects of Kinship on Worker Interactions Within Colonies
     Source:  ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
              1987, Vol 35, Iss FEB, pp 255-262
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 87 - Dec 87)
     13.        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:  Moritz-RFA
     Title:  Comparison of Within-Family and Mass Selection in
             Honeybee Populations
     Source:  JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH
              1986, Vol 25, Iss 3, pp 146-153
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 87 - Dec 87)
     14.          WOYKE-J-1984-APIDOLOGIE-V15-P421
               Survival and prophylactic control of Tropilaelaps clareae infesting
               Apis mellifera colonies in Afghanistan.
     Record 1 of 2.                                                                              Cited in 2 papers
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Infestation of Honeybee (Apis-mellifera) Colonies by the
             Parasitic Mites Varroa-jacobsoni and Tropilaelaps-
            clareae in South Vietnam and Results of Chemical
             Treatment
     Source:  JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH
              1987, Vol 26, Iss 1, pp 64-67

      Record 2 of 2.
     Authors:  Ritter-W  Schneiderritter-U
     Title:  Varroa-jacobsoni and Tropilaelaps-clarae in Bee Colonies of Apis-mellifera
     Source:  APIDOLOGIE
              1986, Vol 17, Iss 4, pp 384-386
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 87 - Dec 87)
     15.          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:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Infestation of Honeybee (Apis-mellifera) Colonies by the  Parasitic Mites
      Varroa-jacobsoni and Tropilaelaps-clareae in South Vietnam and Results
               of Chemical Treatment
     Source:  JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH
              1987, Vol 26, Iss 1, pp 64-67
 

     Science Citation Index (Jan 87 - Dec 87)
     16.          WOYKE-J-1985-J-APICULT-RES-V24-P250
          Further investigation into control of parasitic bee mite
          Tropilaelaps clareae without medication.
     Record 1 of 1.                                                                                Cited in 1 paper
     Authors:  Woyke-J
     Title:  Infestation of Honeybee (Apis-mellifera) Colonies by the
             Parasitic Mites Varroa-jacobsoni and Tropilaelaps- clareae
               in South Vietnam and Results of Chemical Treatment
     Source:  JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH
              1987, Vol 26, Iss 1, pp 64-67
 
 

                             1987 Total: 16 Woyke Papers cited, in 22 Publications of other authors