Science Citation Index  2002 J. Woyke


01. WOYKE, J.   www.sggw.waw.pl/~woyke/trmch.51.txt       2000
      Adult Tropilaelaps clareae  males can feed  and survive for two weeks.

Record 1 of 1                                                                                    cited in 1 paper
Author: Brown MA, Thompson HM, Bew MH
Title: Risks to UK beekeeping from the parasitic mite
Tropilaelaps clareae
and the small hive beetle, Aethina tumida
Source: BEE WORLD 83 (4): 151-164 2002


02. WOYKE, J..  AM BEE J      125(7):   497-499;    1985
    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
Author: Brown MA, Thompson HM, Bew MH
Title: Risks to UK beekeeping from the parasitic mite Tropilaelaps clareae
and the small hive beetle, Aethina tumida
Source: BEE WORLD 83 (4): 151-164 2002


03. WOYKE, J.   APIACTA  14(4):      173;  1979
     New investigations on Apis mellifera capensis.
          in five languages

Record 1 of 2                                                                                       cited in 2 papers
Author: Neumann P, Hepburn R
Title:Behavioural basis for social parasitism of Cape honeybees
(Apis mellifera capensis)
Source: APIDOLOGIE 33 (2): 165-192 MAR-APR 2002

Record 2 of 2
Author: Calis, JN.,M, Boot WJ, Allsopp MH, Beekman M
Title: Getting more than a fair share: nutrition of worker larvae
related to social parasitism
in the Cape honey bee Apis mellifera capensis
Source: APIDOLOGIE 33 (2): 193-202 MAR-APR 2002


04
. WOYKE, J.    APIDOLOGIE        25(3):   327-330;    1994
    Repeated egg laying by females of the parasitic hoeybee mite 
    Tropilaelaps clareae
  Delfinado and Baker.

Record 1 of 1                                                                                            cited in 1 paper
Author: Brown MA, Thompson HM, Bew MH
Title: Risks to UK beekeeping from the parasitic mite Tropilaelaps clareae
and the small hive beetle, Aethina tumida
Source: BEE WORLD 83 (4): 151-164 2002


05. WOYKE, J.   BEE GENETICS BREEDING...
    Sex determination w T. E. Rinderer, Bee Genetics and Breeding,
    Acad. Press, Orlando,  San Diego, New York, Austin, Boston,
    London, Sydney, Tokyo, Toronto: 91-119; 1986

Record 1 of 1                                                                                            cited in 1 paper
Author: Page RE, Gadau J, Beye M
Title:  The emergence of hymenopteran genetics
Source: GENETICS 160 (2): 375-379 FEB 2002


06.WOYKE, J.     BEE WORLD       43(1)   21-25;    1962
    Natural and artificial insemination of queen honeybees.

Record 1 of 2                                cited in 2 papers
Author: Tarpy DR, Nielsen DI
Title: Sampling error, effective paternity, and estimating the genetic structure
of honey bee colonies (Hymenoptera : Apidae)
Source: ANN ENTOMOL SOC AM 95 (4): 513-528 JUL 2002

Record 2 of 2
Author: Tarpy DR, Page RE
Title: Sex determination and the evolution of polyandry in honey bees
(Apis mellifera)
Source: BEHAV ECOL SOCIOBIOL 52 (2): 143-150 JUL 2002


07. WOYKE, J. EXP.APPL ACAROL          18       723-733;    1994
    Mating behaviour of the parasitic honeybee mite Tropilaelaps clareae.

Record 1 of 1                                                                                            cited in 1 paper    
Author: Brown MA, Thompson HM, Bew MH
Title:Risks to UK beekeeping from the parasitic mite Tropilaelaps clareae
and the small hive beetle, Aethina tumida
Source: BEE WORLD 83 (4): 151-164 2002


08.WOYKE,  J.    J APICULT RES      38(3):       117-123;    1999
    Increased food supply for all larvae after dequeening honeybee colonies.

Record 1 of 1                                                                                              cited in 1 paper
Author: Calis JNM, Boot WJ, Allsopp MH, et al.
Title: Getting more than a fair share: nutrition of worker larvae related to
social parasitism in the Cape honey bee Apis mellifera capensis
Source: APIDOLOGIE 33 (2): 193-202 MAR-APR 2002


09..WOYKE, J.    J APICULT RES       33(1)    21-25;   1994
    Tropilaelaps clareae females can survive for four weeks when
    given open bee brood of Apis mellifera.

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                cited in 1 paper
Author: Brown MA, Thompson HM, Bew MH
Title: Risks to UK beekeeping from the parasitic mite Tropilaelaps clareae
and the small hive beetle, Aethina tumida
Source: BEE WORLD 83 (4): 151-164 2002


10. WOYKE,  J.    J APICULT RES        26(2):   104-109;   1987
    Length of stay of parasitic mite Tropilaelaps clareae outside sealed honeybee     
    brood cells as basis for its proper control.

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                cited in 1 paper
Author: Brown MA, Thompson HM, Bew MH
Title: Risks to UK beekeeping from the parasitic mite Tropilaelaps clareae
and the small hive beetle, Aethina tumida
Source: BEE WORLD 83 (4): 151-164 2002


11
.WOYKE, J.     J APICULT RES        26(2):  110-114;  1987
    Length of successive stages in the development of mite Tropilaelaps clareae
     in relation to honeybee brood age.

Record 1 of 1                                                                              cited in 1 paper
Author: Brown MA, Thompson HM, Bew MH
Title: Risks to UK beekeeping from the parasitic mite Tropilaelaps clareae
and the small hive beetle, Aethina tumida
Source: BEE WORLD 83 (4): 151-164 2002


12. WOYKE,  J.  J APICULT RES       26(3):      196-202   1987
    Comparative population dynamics of Tropilaelaps clarea and
    Varroa  jacobsoni
mites in honeybees.

Record 1 of 1                                                                           cited in 1 paper
author: Brown MA, Thompson HM, Bew MH
Title: Risks to UK beekeeping from the parasitic mite
Tropilaelaps clareae and the small hive beetle, Aethina tumida
Source: BEE WORLD 83 (4): 151-164 2002


13
. WOYKE, J.   J APICULT RES        23(3):    148-154;      1984
    Correlations and interactions between population, length of worker life
    and honey production by honeybees in temperate region.

Record 1 of 2                                                                                            2 papers cited
author: Manrique AJ, Soares AEE
Title: Start of africanized honey bee selection program for increased propolis
production and its effect on honey production
Source: INTERCIENCIA 27 (6): 312-316 JUN 2002

Record 2 of 2
author: Lodesani M, Crailsheim K, Moritz RFA
Title: Effect of some characters on the population growth of mite
Varroa jacobsoni in Apis mellifera L colonies and results of
a bi-directional selection
Source: J APPL ENTOMOL 126 (2-3): 130-137 APR 2002


14.WOYKE, J.  J APICULT RES      22(3):  150-154;   1983
    Dynamics of enter of spermatozoa into the spermatheca of
    instrumentally inseminated queen honeybees.

Record 1 of 1                                                                                    cited in 1 paper
author: Franck P, Solignac M, Vautrin D, et al.
Title: Sperm competition and last-male precedence in the honeybee
Source: ANIM BEHAV 64: 503-509 Part 3 SEP 2002


15
. WOYKE, J.     J APICULT RES       20(3):     148-155;   1981
    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
Author: Tarpy DR, Page RE
Title: Sex determination and the evolution of polyandry in honey bees
(Apis mellifera)
Source: BEHAV ECOL SOCIOBIOL 52 (2): 143-150 JUL 2002


16. WOYKE, J.     J APICULT RES      19(1):    51-63;   1980
    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
Author: Tarpy DR, Page RE
Title: Sex determination and the evolution of polyandry in honey bees
(Apis mellifera)
Source: BEHAV ECOL SOCIOBIOL 52 (2): 143-150 JUL 2002


17. WOYKE, J.       J APICULT RES          16(2):     84-94;   1977
    Cannibalism and brood-rearing efficiency in the honeybee.

Record 1 of 2                                                                                       2 papers cited
Author: Santomauro G, Engels W
Title: Sexing of newly hatched live larvae of the honey bee, Apis mellifera,
allows the recognition of diploid drones
Source: APIDOLOGIE 33 (3): 283-288 MAY-JUN 2002

Record 2 of 2
Author: Schmickl T, Crailsheim K
Title: How honeybees (Apis mellifera L.) change their broodcare
behaviour in response to non-foraging conditions and poor pollen conditions
Source: BEHAV ECOL SOCIOBIOL 51 (5): 415-425 APR 2002

18. WOYKE, J.    J APICULT RES    15(3/4):     105-123;    1976
    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
Author: Tarpy DR, Page RE
Title: Sex determination and the evolution of polyandry in honey bees
(Apis mellifera)
Source: BEHAV ECOL SOCIOBIOL 52 (2): 143-150 JUL 2002


19. WOYKE, J.    J APICULT RES      8(2):    65-71;  1969
    A method of rearing diploid drones in a honeybee colony.

Record 1 of 1                                                                                        cited in 1 paper
Author: Santomauro G, Engels W
Title: Sexing of newly hatched live larvae of the honey bee, Apis mellifera,
allows the recognition of diploid drones
Source: APIDOLOGIE 33 (3): 283-288 MAY-JUN 2002


20.
WOYKE, J.        J APICULT RES      4(1):   7-11;   1965
    Genetic proof of the origin of drones from fertilized eggs of the honeybee.

Record 1 of 1                                                                                         cited in 1 paper
Author: Santomauro G, Engels W
Title: Sexing of newly hatched live larvae of the honey bee, Apis mellifera,
allows the recognition of diploid drones
Source: APIDOLOGIE 33 (3): 283-288 MAY-JUN 2002


21. WOYKE J    J APICULT RES         4(2):        65-70      1965
       Do honeybees eat diploid drone larvae because they are in worker cells?

Record one of 1                                                                                    cited in 1 paper
Author: Tarpy DR, Page RE
Title: Sex determination and the evolution of polyandry in honey bees
(Apis mellifera)
Source: BEHAV ECOL SOCIOBIOL 52 (2): 143-150 JUL 2002


22
. WOYKE J      J APICULT RES      3(1):  17-23      1964
       Causes of repeated mating flights by queen honeybees.

Record 1 of 2                                                                                      cited in 2 papers
Author: Franck P, Solignac M, Vautrin D, et al.
Title: Sperm competition and last-male precedence in the honeybee
Source: ANIM BEHAV 64: 503-509 Part 3 SEP 2002

Record 2 of 2
Author: Tarpy DR, Nielsen DI
Title: Sampling error, effective paternity, and estimating the genetic structure
of honey bee colonies (Hymenoptera : Apidae)
Source: ANN ENTOMOL SOC AM 95 (4): 513-528 JUL 2002


23. WOYKE J    J APICULT RES        2(1): 19-24      1963
       Drone larvae from fertilized eggs of the honey bee

Record 1 of 1                                                                                        cited in 1 paper
Author: Santomauro G, Engels W
Title: Sexing of newly hatched live larvae of the honey bee,
Apis mellifera, allows the recognition of diploid drones
Source: APIDOLOGIE 33 (3): 283-288 MAY-JUN 2002


24.
WOYKE J         J APICULT RES          2(2):     73-76      1963
      What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeybee colony.
 
Record 1 of 5                                                                                        cited in 5 papers
Author: Franck P, Solignac M, Vautrin D, et al.
Title: Sperm competition and last-male precedence in the honeybee
Source:ANIM BEHAV 64: 503-509 Part 3 SEP 2002

Record 2 of 5
Author: Green CL, Oldroyd BP
Title: Queen mating frequency and maternity of males in the stingless bee
Trigona carbonaria Smith
Source: INSECT SOC 49 (3): 196-202 2002

Record 3 of 5
Author:Tarpy DR, Page RE
Tiyle: Sex determination and the evolution of polyandry
in honey bees (Apis mellifera)
Source: BEHAV ECOL SOCIOBIOL 52 (2): 143-150 JUL 2002

Record 4 of 5
Author: Henshaw MT, Queller DC, Strassmann JE
Title: Control of male production in the swarm-founding wasp,
Polybioides tabidus
Source:J EVOLUTION BIOL 15 (2): 262-268 MAR 2002

Record 5 of 5
Author:Page RE, Gadau J, Beye M
Title:The emergence of hymenopteran genetics
Source: GENETICS 160 (2): 375-379 FEB 2002


25
.WOYKE J       J APICULT RES     1:    6-13      1962
 The hatchability of "lethal" eggs in two sex  allele fraternity of honeybees.
 
Record 1 of 1                                                                                              cited in 1 paper
Author: Tarpy DR, Page RE
Title: Sex determination and the evolution of polyandry in honey bees
(Apis mellifera)
Source: BEHAV ECOL SOCIOBIOL 52 (2): 143-150 JUL 2002


26. WOYKE, J., KROL-PALUCH, W.     J APICULTURES    
       24(4):  250-254    1985
       Changes in tissue poliploidization during development of haploid and
       diploid drones, workers and queens honeyees

Record 1 of 1                                                                                               cited in 1 paper
Author: Brown, M.A.
Title: Risks to UK beekeeping from the parasitic mite Tropilaelaps clareae
and the small hive beetle Aethina tumida
Source: Bee World  83(4): 151-164;  2002


27. 
WOYKE J     P 1 INT EL C CAP BEE:             35      1995
      . Invasion of Capensis  bee

Record  1 of 2                                                                                                cited in 2 papers
Author: Neumann P, Moritz RFA
Title: The Cape honeybee phenomenon: the sympatric evolution of
a social parasite in real time?
Source: BEHAV ECOL SOCIOBIOL 52 (4): 271-281 SEP 2002

Record 2 of 2
Author: Neumann P, Hepburn R
Title: Behavioural basis for social parasitism of Cape honeybees
(Apis mellifera capensis)
Source: APIDOLOGIE 33 (2): 165-192 MAR-APR 2002

28
. WOYKE J     PSZCZEL ZESZ NAUK    4(3/4):     183-275    1960
       Naturalne i sztuczne unasienianie matek pszczelich.

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                    cited in 1 paper
Author: Franck P, Solignac M, Vautrin D, et al.
Title: Sperm competition and last-male precedence in the honeybee
Source: ANIM BEHAV 64: 503-509 Part 3 SEP 2002


                     2002      Total: 28 Woyke papers, cited in 38 publications of other authors