Science Citation Index 2005 J. Woyke
 

01. WOYKE J., WILDE J.,  APIDOLOGIE,  34: 121-127;  2003
  330. Periodic mass flights of Apis laboriosa in Nepal.

Record 1 of 1                                                                                            cited in 1 paper
        Woyke J, Kruk C, Wilde J, Wilde M
        Periodic mass flights of the giant honey bee, Apis dorsata
        J APICULT RES 43 (4): 181-186 2004

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

Record 1 of  2                                                                                           cited in 2 papers
        Woyke J, Wilde J, Wilde M, et al.
        Workers often predominate in dusk 'drone flights' of the giant honey bee Apis dorsata
        APICULT RES 44 (3): 130-132 2005

Record 2 of 2
        Koeniger G, Koeniger N, Tingek S, Phiancharoen M
        Variance in spermatozoa number among Apis dorsata drones and among
        Apis mellifera drones
        APIDOLOGIE 36 (2): 279-284 APR-JUN 2005

03. WOYKE J.,.WILDE J., J. APIC. RES., 43: 181-185; 2004
  339. Periodic mass flights  of the giant honey bee Apis dorsata

Record 1 of 1                                                                                         cited in 1 paper
        Woyke J, Wilde J, Wilde M, et al.
        Workers often predominate in dusk 'drone flights' of the giant honey bee Apis dorsata
        J APICULT RES 44 (3): 130-132 2005

04. WOYKE J.,  AM BEE J, 128: 276-278; 1988
204. Problems with queen banks

Record 1 of 1                                                                                        cited in 1 paper
        Cobey S
        A versatile queen rearing and banking system - Part II-conclusion:
        Use of the "Cloake Board" for banking purposes
        AM BEE J 145 (5): 385-386 MAY 2005

05. WOYKE J., BUL  ACAD POL SCI, 4: 81-87; 1956
  15a. Anatomo-physiological changes in queen-bees returning from mating flights
and the process of multiple mating.

Record 1 of 2                                                                                     cited in 2 papers
        Colonello NA, Hartfelder K
        She's my girl - male accessory gland products and their function
        in the reproductive biology of social bees
        APIDOLOGIE 36 (2): 231-244 APR-JUN 2005

Record 2 of 2
        Skirkevicius A
        First symptoms of queen loss in a honeybee colony (Apis mellifera)
        APIDOLOGIE 35 (6): 565-573 NOV-DEC 2004

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

Record 1 of 1                                                                                        cited in 1 paper
        Koeniger G, Koeniger N, Tingek S, et al.
        Variance in spermatozoa number among Apis dorsata drones and
        among Apis mellifera drones
        APIDOLOGIE 36 (2): 279-284 APR-JUN 2005

07. WOYKE J.,  BEE WORLD,  39: 3-18; 1958
   24. An anatomical study of the mating process in the honeybee

Record 1 of 3                                                                                     cited in 3 papers
        Moors L, Spaas O, Koeniger G, et al.
        Morphological and ultrastructural changes in the mucus glands
        of Apis mellfera drones during pupal development and sexual maturation
        APIDOLOGIE 36 (2): 245-254 APR-JUN 2005

Record 2 of 3
        Hrassnigg N, Crailsheim K
        Differences in drone and worker physiology in honeybees (Apis mellifera)
        APIDOLOGIE 36 (2): 255-277 APR-JUN 2005

Record 3 of 3
        Collins AM
        Sources of variation in the viability of honey bee, Apis mellifera L.,
        semen collected for artificial insemination
        INVERTEBR REPROD DEV 45 (3): 231-237 NOV 2004

08. WOYKE J.,  J APICULT RES., 27: 30-34; 1988
207. Brood survival in productive bee apiaries  in Australia as test
for breeding honeybee in closed populations.

Record 1 of 1                                                                                         cited in 1 paper
        Niyibigira EI, Overholt WA, Stouthamer P
        Cotesia flavipes Cameron (Hymenoptera : Braconidae) does not exhibit
        complementary sex determination (ii) - Evidence from laboratory experiments
        APPL ENTOMOL ZOOL 39 (4): 717-725 NOV 2004

09. WOYKE J.,  J APICULT RES., 27: 122-125; 1988
  208. A mathematical model for the dynamics of spermatozoa entry into
spermathecae of instrumentally inseminated queen honeybees.

Record 1 of 1                                                                                          cited in 1 paper
        Schluns H, Moritz RFA, Neumann P, et al.
        Multiple nuptial flights, sperm transfer and the evolution of extreme
        polyandry in honeybee queens
        ANIM BEHAV 70: 125-131 Part 1 JUL 2005

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

Record 1 of 1                                                                                           cited in 1 paper
        Baer B
        Sexual selection in Apis bees
        APIDOLOGIE 36 (2): 187-200 APR-JUN 2005

11. WOYKE J.,  J APICULT RES., 17:195-205; 1978
  114. Comparative biometrical investigation on diploid drones of the honeybee.
 II. The thorax

Record 1 of 2                                                                                           cited in 2 papers
        da Silva IC, Message D, Cruz CD, et al.
        Aplication of multivariate analysis for caste determination in honeybees
        Apis mellifera L. (Africanized) obtained in laboratory conditions
        REV BRAS ZOOTECN 34 (2): 635-640 MAR-APR 2005

Record 2 of 2
        Hepburn HR, Radloff SE
        The wing coupling apparatus and the morphometric analysis of honeybee populations
        S AFR J SCI 100 (11-12): 565-570 NOV-DEC 2004

12. WOYKE J.,  J APICULT RES., 16: 84-94; 1977
110. Cannibalism and brood-rearing efficiency in the honeybee

Record 1 of 1                                                                                              cited on 1 paper
Amdam GV, Page RP
        Intergenerational transfers may have decoupled physiological
        and chronological age in a eusocial insect
        AGEING RES REV 4 (3): 398-408 AUG 2005

13. WOYKE J., J APICULT RES., 14: 153-159; 1975
102. Natural and instrumental insemination of Apis cerana indica in India

Record 1 of 1                                                                                         cited in 1 paper
        Koeniger N, Koeniger G, Gries M, et al.
        Drone competition at drone congregation areas in four Apis species
        APIDOLOGIE 36 (2): 211-221 APR-JUN 2005

14. WOYKE J.,  SKOWRONE W., J APICULT RES., 13: 183-190; 1974
98. Spermatogenesis in diploid drones of honey bee.

Record 1 of 1                                                                                      cited in 1 paper
        Monica C, Lino-Neto J, Dolder H
        Spermatogenesis of Melipona quadrifasciata anthidioides
        (Hymenoptera : Apidae): Fate of the atypical spermatids.
        CARYOLOGIA 58 (2): 183-188 APR-JUN 2005

15. WOYKE J.,  J APICULT RES., 10: 45-55; 1971
68a. Correlations between the age at which honeybee brood was grafted,
characteristics of the resultant queens and results of insemination.

Record 1 of 1                                                                                      cited in 1 paper
        Cobey S
        A versatile queen rearing and banking system -
        Part 1 the "Cloake Board Method" of queen rearing
        AM BEE J 145 (4): 308-311 APR 2005

16. WOYKE J.,  J APICULT RES.,  3: 17-23; 1964
39. Causes of repeated mating flights  by queen honeybees.

Record 1 of 2                                                                                    cited in 2 papers
        Baer B
        Sexual selection in Apis bees
        APIDOLOGIE 36 (2): 187-200 APR-JUN 2005

Record 2 of 2
        Underwood RM, Lewis MJ, Hare JF
        Reduced worker relatedness does not affect cooperation in honey bee colonies
        CAN J ZOOL 82 (9): 1542-1545 SEP 2004

17. WOYKE J.,  J APICULT RES.,  2: 19-24; 1963
31. Drone larvae from fertilized eggs of the honeybee

Record 1 of 1                                                                                  cited in 1 paper
        Gerloff CU, Schmid-Hempel P
        Inbreeding depression and family variation in a social insect, Bombus terrestisris
        (Hymenoptera : Apidae)
        OIKOS 111 (1): 67-80 OCT 2005

18. WOYKE J.,  J APICULT RES., 2: 73-76; 1963
36. What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeybee colony?

Record 1 of 3                                                                                       cited in 3 papers
        Kraus FB, Koeniger N, Tingek S, et al.
        Temporal genetic structure of a drone congregation area
        of the giant Asian honeybee (Apis dorsata)
        NATURWISSENSCHAFTEN 92 (12): 578-581 DEC 2005

Record 2 of 3
        Nei M
        Selectionism and neutralism in molecular evolution
        MOL BIOL EVOL 22 (12): 2318-2342 DEC 2005

Record 3 of 3
        Schrempf A, Reber C, Tinaut A, et al.
        Inbreeding and local mate competition in the ant Cardiocondyla batesii
        BEHAV ECOL SOCIOBIOL 57 (5): 502-510 MAR 2005

19. WOYKE J., PROC 34 INT APIC CONGR APIMONDIA ROM,124-127; 1995
270b. Rearing larger honeybee workers

Record 1 of 2                                                                                              cited in 2 papers
        Moritz RFA, Hartel S, Neumann P
        Global invasions of the western honeybee (Apis mellifera) and the consequences
        for biodiversity
        ECOSCIENCE 12 (3): 289-301 2005

Record 2 of 2
        Lattorff HMG, Kryger P, Moritz RFA
        Queen developmental time and fitness consequences for queens of clonal
        social parasitic honeybees (A. m. capensis) and its host A. m. scutellata
        INSECT SOC 52 (3): 238-241 2005

20.WOYKE J.,  PROC 7 IBRA CONF TROP BEES,  183-187    2001
 339. Swarming, migration and absconding of Apis dorsata colonies

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                   cited in 1 paper
        Woyke J, Kruk C, Wilde J, et al.
        Periodic mass flights of the giant honey bee, Apis dorsata
        J APICULT RES 43 (4): 181-186 2004

21. WOYKE J., PSZCZ ZESZ NAUK., 2: 1-42; 1958
  21. Przebieg kopulacji u pszczól
 The process of mating in the honey bee

Record 1 of 4                                                                                                cited in 4 papers
        Moors L, Spaas O, Koeniger G, et al.
        Morphological and ultrastructural changes in the mucus glands of Apis mellifera
        drones during pupal development and sexual maturation
        APIDOLOGIE 36 (2): 245-254 APR-JUN 2005

Record 2 of 4
        Schluns H, Moritz RFA, Neumann P, et al.
        Multiple nuptial flights, sperm transfer and the evolution of extreme polyandry
        in honeybee queens
        ANIM BEHAV 70: 125-131 Part 1 JUL 2005

Record 3 of 4
        Koeniger N, Koeniger G, Gries M, et al.
        Drone competition at drone congregation areas in four Apis species
        APIDOLOGIE 36 (2): 211-221 APR-JUN 2005

Record 4 of 4
        Koeniger G, Koeniger N, Tingek S, et al.
        Variance in spermatozoa number among Apis dorsata drones and among
        Apis mellifera drones
        APIDOLOGIE 36 (2): 279-284 APR-JUN 2005

22.. WOYKE J., POZN SOC FR SCI, PUBL SECT AGR SYLVIC., 19: 1-51; 1958
  23. Histologiczna budowa organów rozrodczych trutnia
     The histological structure of the reproductive organs of the drone

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                       cited in 1 paper
        Moors L, Spaas O, Koeniger G, et al.
        Morphological and ultrastructural changes in the mucus glands of Apis mellifera
        drones during pupal development and sexual maturation
        APIDOLOGIE 36 (2): 245-254 APR-JUN 2005
 
 

                      2005 Total  22 Woyke papers cited;  in 34 publications of other authors