Science Citation Index  2004  J. Woyke

01. WOYKE J.  WILDE J. Wilde M.    APIDOLOGIE    34(2): 121-127;     2003
        Periodic mass flight  of Apis laboriosa in Nepal                

Record 1 of 2                                                                            cited in 2 papers 
Author: Woyke J, Wilde J, Wilde M.
Title: Temperature correlated dorso-ventral abdomen flipping
of Apis laboriosa and Apis dorsata worker bees
Source: APIDOLOGIE 35 (5): 493-502 SEP-OCT 2004

Record 2 of 2
Author: Woyke J, Wilde J, Reddy CC.
Title: Open-air-nesting honey bees Apis dorsata and Apis laboriosa
differ form the cavity-nesting Apis mellifera and Apis cerana in
brood hygiene behaviour
Source: J INVERTEBR PATHOL 86 (1-2): 1-6 MAY-JUN 2004

02
. WOYKE J. WILDE J. WILDE M. 
        APIDOLOGIE 32(5):  407-416;  2001
        Apis dorsata drone flights, collection of semen from everted
        endophalli and instrumental insemination of queens      

Record 1 of 1                                                                             cited in1 paper
Author: Phiancharoen M, Wongsiri S, Koeniger N, Koeniger G.
Title: Instrumental insemination of Apis mellifera queens with hetero-
and conspecific spermatozoa results in different sperm survival
Source: APIDOLOGIE 35 (5): 503-511 SEP-OCT 2004


03. WOYKE J. WILDE J. WILDE M. 
        APIDOLOGIE 32(6): 601-602; 2001
        A scientific note on Apis laboriosa winter nesting and
        brood rearing  in the warm zone of Himalayas

Record 1 of 2                                                                        cited in 2 papers
Author: Woyke J, Wilde J, Wilde M
Title: Temperature correlated dorso-ventral abdomen flipping
of Apis laboriosa and Apis dorsata worker bees
Source: APIDOLOGIE 35 (5): 493-502 SEP-OCT 2004

Record 2 of 2
Author: Woyke J, Wilde J, Reddy CC
Title: Open-air-nesting honey bees Apis dorsata and Apis laboriosa
differ from the cavity-nesting Apis mellifera and Apis cerana in
brood hygiene behaviour
Source: J INVERTEBR PATHOL 86 (1-2): 1-6 MAY-JUN 2004


04. WOYKE J, WILDE J., WILDE M.       6 AS AP ASS INT C BA:         8      2002
        Heritable versus environmental cues in recognitaion and
        acceptance of two species of honeybees  Apis cerana
        and Apis dorsata in one colony

Record 1 of 1                                                                                cited in 1 paper
Author: Woyke J, Wilde J, Reddy CC
Title: Open-air-nesting honey bees Apis dorsata and Apis laboriosa
differ from the cavity-nesting Apis mellifera and Apis cerana in
brood hygiene behaviour
Source:  J INVERTEBR PATHOL 86 (1-2): 1-6 MAY-JUN 2004


05
. WOYKE J     AM BEE J     128:       276      1988

Record 1 of 2                                                                                cited in 2 papers
Author: Chaline N, Ratnieks FLW, Raine NE, et al.
Title: Non-lethal sampling of honey bee, Apis mellifera, DNA using wing tips
Source: APIDOLOGIE 35 (3): 311-318 MAY-JUN 2004

Record 2 of 2
Author: Gregory PG, Rinderer TE
Title: Non-destructive sources of DNA used to genotype honey bee
(Apis mellifera) queens
Source: ENTOMOL EXP APPL 111 (3): 173-177 JUN 2004


06. WOYKE J     AM BEE J     125(7):     497-499    1985
        Tropilaelaps clareae, a serious  pest of Apis mellifera in the tropicd,
        but not dangerous in for apiculture in temperate zones

Record 1 of 1                                                                                cited in 1 paper
Author: Woyke J, Wilde J, Reddy CC
Title: Open-air-nesting honey bees Apis dorsata and Apis laboriosa
differ from the cavity-nesting Apis mellifera and Apis cerana in
brood hygiene behaviour
Source: J INVERTEBR PATHOL 86 (1-2): 1-6 MAY-JUN 2004


07. WOYKE J     APIDOLOGIE     25(2):    179-187     1994
        Comparison of the size of eggs from Apis mellifera L. queens  
        and laying workers

Record 1 of 1                                                                                cited in 1 paper
Author: Beekman M, Martin CG, Oldroyd BP
Title: Similar policing rates of eggs laid by virgin and mated
honey-bee queens
Source: NATURWISSENSCHAFTEN 91 (12): 598-601 DEC 2004


08
. WOYKE J     APIDOLOGIE      23(4):    311-322     1992
        Diurnal and seasonal variation in defensive behaviour  
        of Apis mellifera adansoni in Ghana

Record 1 of 1                                                                                cited in 1 paper
Author: Breed MD, Guzman-Novoa E, Hunt GJ
Title: Defensive behavior of honey bees:
Organization, genetics, and comparisons with other bees
Source: ANNU REV ENTOMOL 49: 271-298 2004


09. WOYKE J     APIDOLOGIE       15(2):     123-135    1984
        Exploatation of comb cells for brood rearing  in honeybee
        colonies  with larvae of different survival rates

Record 1 of 1                                                                                cited in 1 paper
Author: Kleinhenz M, Bujok B, Fuchs S, et al.
Title: Hot bees in empty broodnest cells: heating from within
Source: J EXP BIOL 206 (23): 4217-4231 DEC 2003


10. WOYKE J     APIDOLOGIE    15(4):     421-434      1984
        Survival and prophylactic control  of Tropilaelaps clareae
        infesting Apis mellifera colonies  in Afghanistan

Record 1 of 1                                                                                cited in 1 paper
Author: Woyke J, Wilde J, Reddy CC
Title: Open-air-nesting honey bees Apis dorsata and Apis laboriosa
differ from the cavity-nesting Apis mellifera and Apis cerana in
brood hygiene behaviour
Source: J INVERTEBR PATHOL 86 (1-2): 1-6 MAY-JUN 2004


11. WOYKE J   ASIAN APICULTURE:     206-210    1993
        Rearing and instrumental insemination  of Apis florea queens

Record 1 of 1                                                                                cited in 1 paper
Author: Phiancharoen M, Wongsiri S, Koeniger N, et al.
Title: Instrumental insemination of Apis mellifera queens with hetero-
and conspecific spermatozoa results in different sperm survival
Source: APIDOLOGIE 35 (5): 503-511 SEP-OCT 2004


12. WOYKE J    BEE GENETICS BREEDING :        91-119      1986
        Sex determination

Record 1 of 2                                                                                cited in 2 papers
Author: Santomauro G, Oldham NJ, Boland W, et al.
Title: Cannibalism of diploid drone larvae in the honey bee
(Apis mellifera) is released by odd pattern of cuticular substances
Source: J APICULT RES 43 (2): 69-74 2004

Record 2 of 2
Author: Ayabe T, Hoshiba H, Ono M
Title: Cytological evidence for triploid males and females in the bumblebee,
Bombus terrestris
Source: CHROMOSOME RES 12 (3): 215-223 2004


13. WOYKE J   BEE WORLD    43(1):    21-25    1962
        Natural and artificial insemination of queen hioneybees

Record 1 of 1                                                                                cited in 1 paper
Author: Kraus FB, Neumann P, van Praagh J, et al.
Title: Sperm limitation and the evolution of extreme polyandry
in honeybees (Apis mellifera L.)
Source: BEHAV ECOL SOCIOBIOL 55 (5): 494-501 MAR 2004


14. WOYKE J.   BIOLOGY OF REPROD., BEE CULT. LAB.
AGR. UNI. WARSAW, POLSND: 1-154;  1971
        Biology of reproduction as a basis for production  
        of new varieties of  honeybees

Record 1 of 1                                                                                cited in 1 paper
Author: Lopes DM, Tavares MG, Campos LAO
Title: Sperm utilisation by Melipona quadrifasciata Lepeletier
(Hymenoptera, Apidae) queens subjected to multiple mating
Source: INSECT SOC 50 (4): 387-389 NOV 2003


15
. WOYKE J, CHANCHAO, CH., WONGSIRI S.,
      WILDE J, WILDE M    J APIC SCI:     47(2)    39-57    2003
        Size of eggs from queens of three asian Apis  species  
        and laying workers of Apis cerana


Record 1 of 1                                                                                cited in 1 paper
Author: Woyke J, Wilde J, Wilde M
Title: Temperature correlated dorso-ventral abdomen flipping
of Apis laboriosa and Apis dorsata worker bees
Source: APIDOLOGIE 35 (5): 493-502 SEP-OCT 2004


16. WOYKE J     J APICUL RES      19(1):     6-16   1980
        Evidence and action of cannibalism substance in Apis cerana indica              

Record 1 of 1                                                                                cited in 1 paper
Author: Santomauro G, Oldham NJ, Boland W, et al.
Title: Cannibalism of diploid drone larvae in the honey bee (Apis mellifera)
is released by odd pattern of cuticular substances
Source: J APICULT RES 43 (2): 69-74 2004


17
. WOYKE J    J APICULT RES      27(1):     30-34    1988
        Brood survival in productive bee apiaries in Australia  
        as test for breeding honeybee in closed population

Record 1 of 1                                                                                cited in 1 paper
Author: Schmickl T, Crailsheim K
Title: Inner nest homeostasis in a changing environment with
special emphasis on honey bee brood nursing and pollen supply
Source: APIDOLOGIE 35 (3): 249-263 MAY-JUN 2004


18. 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: Woyke J, Wilde J, Reddy CC
Title: Open-air-nesting honey bees Apis dorsata and Apis laboriosa
differ from the cavity-nesting Apis mellifera and Apis cerana in brood
hygiene behaviour
Source: J INVERTEBR PATHOL 86 (1-2): 1-6 MAY-JUN 2004


19
. WOYKE J    J APICULT RES      22(3):     143-149      1983
        Length of haploid and diploid spermatozoa of the honeybee
        and the question  of the production of  triploid workers

Record 1 of 1                                                                                cited in 1 paper
Author: Schluns H, Koeniger G, Koeniger N, et al.
Title: Sperm utilization pattern in the honeybee (Apis mellifera)
Source: BEHAV ECOL SOCIOBIOL 56 (5): 458-463 SEP 2004


20. WOYKE J    J APICULT RES     16(2):     84-94     1977
        Cannibalism and brood rearing effuciency in the honeybee

Record 1 of 2                                                                                cited in 2 papers
Author: Santomauro G, Oldham NJ, Boland W, et al.
Title: Cannibalism of diploid drone larvae in the honey bee
(Apis mellifera) is released by odd pattern of cuticular substances
Source: J APICULT RES 43 (2): 69-74 2004

Record 2 of 2
Author: Schmickl T, Crailsheim K
Title:Inner nest homeostasis in a changing environment with
special emphasis on honey bee brood nursing and pollen supply
Source: APIDOLOGIE 35 (3): 249-263 MAY-JUN 2004


21. WOYKE J     J APICULT RES    14(3/4):    153-159     1975
        Natural and artificial insemination of Apis cerana indica in India

Record 1 of 1                                                                                cited in 1 paper
Author: Phiancharoen M, Wongsiri S, Koeniger N, et al.
Title: Instrumental insemination of Apis mellifera queens with hetero-
and conspecific spermatozoa results in different sperm survival
Source: APIDOLOGIE 35 (5): 503-511 SEP-OCT 2004


22
. WOYKE J., SKOWRONEK W.   
         J APICULT RES      13(3):    183-190    1974
        Spermatogenesis in diploid drones  of honeybee

Record 1 of 2                                                                                cited in 2 papers
Author: Cowan DP, Stahlhut JK
Title: Functionally reproductive diploid and haploid males in an
inbreeding hymenopteran with complementary sex determination
Source: P NATL ACAD SCI USA 101 (28): 10374-10379 JUL 13 2004

Record 2 of 2
Author: Stahlhut JK, Cowan DP
Title: Single-locus complementary sex determination in the inbreeding wasp
Euodynerus foraminatus Saussure (Hymenoptera : Vespidae)
Source: HEREDITY 92 (3): 189-196 MAR 2004


23
. WOYKE J    J APICULT RES      10(1):     45-55     1971
        Correlation between the age at which honeybee brood
        was grafted, characteristics of the resultant queens and
        results of insemination

Record 1 of 3                                                                                cited in 3 papers
Author: Tofilski A, Czekonska K
Title: Emergency queen rearing in honeybee colonies
with brood of known age
Source: APIDOLOGIE 35 (3): 275-282 MAY-JUN 2004

Record 2 of 3
Author: Tarpy DR, Gilley DC
Title: Group decision making during queen production
in colonies of highly eusocial bees
Source: APIDOLOGIE 35 (2): 207-216 MAR-APR 2004

Record 3 of 3
Author: Tarpy DR, Gilley DC, Seeley TD
Title Levels of selection in a social insect: a review of conflict
and cooperation during honey bee (Apis mellifera) queen replacement
Source: BEHAV ECOL SOCIOBIOL 55 (6): 513-523 APR 2004


24. WOYKE J        J APICULT RES        8(2):      65-74    1969
        A method of rearing diploid drones  in a honeybee colony

Record 1 of 1                                                                                cited in 1 paper
Author: Ayabe T, Hoshiba H, Ono M
Title: Cytological evidence for triploid males and females in the
bumblebee, Bombus terrestris
Source: CHROMOSOME RES 12 (3): 215-223 2004


25. WOYKE J       J APICULT RES       4(1):   7-11   1965
        Genetic oof of the origin of drones from 
        fertilized eggs of the honeybee

Record 1 of  2                                                                                cited in 2 papers
Author: Santomauro G, Oldham NJ, Boland W, et al.
Title: Cannibalism of diploid drone larvae in the honey bee
(Apis mellifera) is released by odd pattern of cuticular substances
Source: J APICULT RES 43 (2): 69-74 2004

Record 2 of 2
Author: Fujiwara Y, Akita K, Okumura W, et al.
Title: Estimation of allele numbers at the sex-determining locus
in a field population of the turnip sawfly (Athalia rosae)
Source: J HERED 95 (1): 81-84 JAN 2004


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

Record 1                                                                                 cited in 1  paper
Author: Stahlhut JK, Cowan DP
Title: Inbreeding in a natural population of Euodynerus foraminatus
(Hymenoptera : Vespidae), a solitary wasp with single-locus
complementary sex determination
ource: MOL ECOL 13 (3): 631-638 MAR 2004


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

Record 1 of 1                                                                                cited in 1  paper
Author: Kraus FB, Neumann P, van Praagh J, et al.
Title: Sperm limitation and the evolution of extreme polyandry
in honeybees (Apis mellifera L.)
Source: BEHAV ECOL SOCIOBIOL 55 (5): 494-501 MAR 2004


28
. WOYKE J  J APICULT RES    2(2):   73-76    1963
        What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeybee colony

Record 1 of 1                                                                                cited in 1 paper
Author: Evans JD, Shearman DCA, Oldroyd BP
Title: Molecular basis of sex determination in haplodiploids
Source:TRENDS ECOL EVOL 19 (1): 1-3 JAN 2004


29
. WOYKE J  J APICULT RES      2(1):   19-24      1963
        Drone larvae from fertilized eggs of the honeybee  

Record 1 of 2                                                                                 cited in 2 papers
Auyhor: Santomauro G, Oldham NJ, Boland W, et al.
Title: Cannibalism of diploid drone larvae in the honey bee
(Apis mellifera) is released by odd pattern of cuticular substances
Source: J APICULT RES 43 (2): 69-74 2004

Record 2 of 2
Author: Hasselmann M, Beye M
Title: Signatures of selection among sex-determining alleles of the honey bee
Source: P NATL ACAD SCI USA 101 (14): 4888-4893 APR 6 2004


30
. WOYKE J    J APICULT RES      2(2):  73-76    1963
        What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeybee colony?

Record 1 of 2                                                                                cited in 2 papers
Author: Santomauro G, Oldham NJ, Boland W, et al.
Title: Cannibalism of diploid drone larvae in the honey bee
(Apis mellifera) is released by odd pattern of cuticular substances
Source: J APICULT RES 43 (2): 69-74 2004

Record 2 of 2
Author: Baudry E, Kryger P, Allsopp M, et al.
Title: Whole-genome scan in thelytokous-laying workers of the
cape honeybee (Apis mellifera capensis): Central fusion, reduced
recombination rates and centromere mapping using half-tetrad analysis
Source: GENETICS 167 (1): 243-252 MAY 2004


31. WOYKE J    J APICULT RES    2(2):    77-84    1963
        Rearing and viability of diploid drone larvae.

Record 1 of 1                                                                                 cited in 1  paper
Author: Sasaki K, Kitamura H, Obara Y
Title: Discrimination of larval sex and timing of male brood
elimination by workers in honeybees (Apis mellifera L.)
Source: APPL ENTOMOL ZOOL 39 (3): 393-399 AUG 2004


32. 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: Santomauro G, Oldham NJ, Boland W, et al.
Title: Cannibalism of diploid drone larvae in the honey bee
(Apis mellifera) is released by odd pattern of cuticular substances
Source:J APICULT RES 43 (2): 69-74 2004


33
. WOYKE J    P 1 INT EL C CAP BEE:   74  1995
        Survival of brood originating from Cape queens and laying workers.

Record 1 of 1                                                                                cited in 1  paper
Author: Pirk CWW, Neumann P, Hepburn R, et al.
Title: Egg viability and worker policing in honey bees
Source: P NATL ACAD SCI USA 101 (23): 8649-8651 JUN 8 2004


34
. WOYKE J., SKOWRONEK W    P 21 INT AP C MAR AP: 
        470-479   1967
        Spermatogenesis in diploid drones.

Record 1 of 1                                                                                cited in 1 paper
Author: Hasselmann M, Beye M
Title: Signatures of selection among sex-determining alleles
of the honey bee
Source: P NATL ACAD SCI USA 101 (14): 4888-4893
APR 6 2004


35. WOYKE J   P 3 AAA C BEE RES BE:   172-175      1996

Record 1 of 1                                                                                cited in  papers
Author:Woyke J. J, Wilde J, Reddy CC
Title: Open-air-nesting honey bees Apis dorsata and Apis laboriosa
differ from the cavity-nesting Apis mellifera and Apis cerana in
brood hygiene behaviour
Source: J INVERTEBR PATHOL 86 (1-2): 1-6 MAY-JUN 2004


36. WOYKE J    P 3 INT C AP TROP CL:   163-166   1985
        Tropilaelaps clareae in Aghanistan, and control methods
        that could be applied in Tropical Asia

Record 1 of 1                                                                                cited in 1 paper
Author: Woyke J, Wilde J, Reddy CC
Title: Open-air-nesting honey bees Apis dorsata and Apis laboriosa
differ form the cavity-nesting Apis mellifera and Apis cerana in brood
hygiene behaviour
Source: J INVERTEBR PATHOL 86 (1-2): 1-6 MAY-JUN 2004


37. WOYKE J., WILDE J., WILDE M   
        P 7 IBRA C TROP BEES:     115-120    2000
        Coexistence of Apis mellifera and Apis dorsata workers
        in the same colonies

Record 1 of 1                                                                                cited in 1  paper
Author: Woyke J, Wilde J, Reddy CC
Title: Open-air-nesting honey bees Apis dorsata and Apis laboriosa
differ from the cavity-nesting Apis mellifera and Apis cerana in
brood hygiene behaviour
Source: J INVERTEBR PATHOL 86 (1-2): 1-6 MAY-JUN 2004


38. WOYKE J., WILDE J., WILDE M   
        P 7 INT C TROP BEES :     183-188    2000
        Coexistence of Apis mellifera and Apis dorsata workers
        in the same colonies

Record 1 of 1                                                                                cited in 1 paper
Author: Woyke J, Wilde J, Reddy CC
Title: Open-air-nesting honey bees Apis dorsata and Apis laboriosa
differ from the cavity-nesting Apis mellifera and Apis cerana in brood
hygiene behaviour
Source: J INVERTEBR PATHOL 86 (1-2): 1-6 MAY-JUN 2004


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

Record 1 of  2                                                                                cited in 2 papers
Author: Phiancharoen M, Wongsiri S, Koeniger N, et al.
Title: Instrumental insemination of Apis mellifera queens with hetero-
and conspecific spermatozoa results in different sperm survival
Source: APIDOLOGIE 35 (5): 503-511 SEP-OCT 2004

Record 2 of 2
Author: Schluns H, Koeniger G, Koeniger N, et al.
Tile: Sperm utilization pattern in the honeybee (Apis mellifera)
Source: BEHAV ECOL SOCIOBIOL 56 (5): 458-463 SEP 2004


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.  WOYKE J  PSZCZELN ZESZ NAUK  44(2:)  67-80  2000
        Genetic versus environmental cues used in recognition and
        acceptance of two honeybee species Apis mellifera and
        Apis cerana in the same colony

Record 1 of 1                                                                                cited in 1 paper
Author: Woyke J, Wilde J, Reddy CC
Title: Open-air-nesting honey bees Apis dorsata and Apis laboriosa
differ form the cavity-nesting Apis mellifera and Apis cerana in brood
hygiene behaviour
Source: J INVERTEBR PATHOL 86 (1-2): 1-6 MAY-JUN 2004


              2004   Total 40 Woyke papers  in 52 publications of other authors