Science Citation Index 2007  J. Woyke
 

01. WOYKE J
218. Biology and management of African honeybees Apis mellifera adansonii  in Africa.
32 INTERN. CONGR. APIMONDIA   RIO DE JANEIRO PROC.: 44-47;  1989

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                        cited in 1 paper
        Woyke J, Wilde J, Wilde M, et al.
        Presence or absence of drones in 'drone' dusk mass flights performed by Apis dorsata forager bees
        JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH 46 (1): 40-49 2007

02. WOYKE J
306. Swarming, migration and absconding  of Apis dorsata colonies.
VII  IBRA INTERN. CONF. TROP BEES. CHIANG MAI. PROC.: 183-188; 2001

Record 1 of 2                                                                                                        cited in 2 papers
       Jones JC, Oldroyd BP
       Nest thermoregulation in social insects
       ADVANCES IN INSECT PHYSIOLOGY 33: 153-191 2007

Record 2 of 2
       Woyke J, Wilde J, Wilde M, et al.
       Presence or absence of drones in 'drone' dusk mass flights performed by Apis dorsata forager bees
       JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH 46 (1): 40-49 2007

03. WOYKE J
204. Problems with queen banks.
AM BEE J   124: 276-278; 1988

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                           cited in 1 paper
       Cobey SW
       Comparison studies of instrumentally inseminated and naturally mated honey bee queens
        and factors affecting their performance
       APIDOLOGIE 38 (4): 390-410 JUL-AUG 2007

04.WOYKE J
231. Biology and management  of African bees Apis mellifera adansonii in Africa.
APIACTA,  25(4): 97-100; 1990

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                         cited in 1 paper
       Woyke J, Wilde J, Wilde M, et al.
       Presence or absence of drones in 'drone' dusk mass flights performed by Apis dorsata forager bees
       JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH 46 (1): 40-49 2007

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

Record 1 of 2 papers                                                                                               cited in 2 papers
      Jones JC, Oldroyd BP
      Nest thermoregulation in social insects
      ADVANCES IN INSECT PHYSIOLOGY 33: 153-191 2007

Record 2 of 2
      Woyke J, Wilde J, Wilde M, et al.
      Presence or absence of drones in 'drone' dusk mass flights performed by Apis dorsata forager bees
      JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH 46 (1): 40-49 2007

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

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                      cited in 1 paper
       Woyke J, Wilde J, Wilde M, et al.
       Presence or absence of drones in 'drone' dusk mass flights performed by Apis dorsata forager bees
       JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH 46 (1): 40-49 2007

07. WOYKE J
252. Comparison of the size  of eggs from Apis mellifera queens and laying workers.
APIDOLOGIE, 25: 179-187; 1994

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                         cited in 1 paper
       Gencer HV, Woyke J
       Eggs from Apis mellifera caucasica laying workers are larger than from queens
       JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH 45 (4): 173-179 2006

08. WOYKE J
236. Diurnal flight activity of African bees Apis mellifera adansonii in dufferent seasons and zones of Ghana.
APIDOLOGIE, 23: 107-117; 1992

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                            cited in 1 paper
       Mattila HR, Otis GW
       Dwindling pollen resources trigger the transition to broodless populations of long-lived honeybees each autumn
       ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY 32 (5): 496-505 OCT 2007

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

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                              cited in 1 paper
       Fehler M, Kleinhenz M, Klugl F, et al.
       Caps and gaps: a computer model for studies on brood incubation strategies in honeybees (Apis mellifera carnica)
       NATURWISSENSCHAFTEN 94 (8): 675-680 AUG 2007

10. WOYKE J
171. Survival and prophylactic control of Tropilaelaps clareae infesting Apis mellifera colonies in Afghanistan.
APIDOLOGIE, 15(4): 421-424; 1984+

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                 cited in 1 paper
       Anderson DL, Morgan MJ
       Genetic and morphological variation of bee-parasitic Tropilaelaps mites (Acari : Laelapidae): new and re-defined species
       EXPERIMENTAL AND APPLIED ACAROLOGY 43 (1): 1-24 SEP 2007

11. WOYKE J
130. Influence of number of attendant workers on the results of instrumemtal insemination
of honeybee queens kept at room temperature.
APIDOLOGIE ,  11(2): 173-180; 1980

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                  cited in 1 paper
       Cobey SW
       Comparison studies of instrumentally inseminated and naturally mated honey bee queens
       and factors affecting their performance
       APIDOLOGIE 38 (4): 390-410 JUL-AUG 2007

12. WOYKE J
116. Influence of age of drones on the results of instrumental insemination  of honeybee queens.
APIDOLOGIE,  9(3): 203-212; 1978

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                 cited in 1 paper
       Cobey SW
       Comparison studies of instrumentally inseminated and naturally mated honey bee queens
       and factors affecting their performance
       APIDOLOGIE 38 (4): 390-410 JUL-AUG 2007

13. WOYKE J
105. The influence of age on the results ofinstrumental insemination of honeybee queens.
APIDOLOGIE, 7(4):  301-306; 1976

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                      cited in 1 paper
       Cobey SW
       Comparison studies of instrumentally inseminated and naturally mated honey bee queens
       and factors affecting their performance
       APIDOLOGIE 38 (4): 390-410 JUL-AUG 2007

14. WOYKE J
309. The misteriuus color of Apis dorsata workers.
ASIAN BEE J.,  2(1&2): 43-56; 2000

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                          cited in 1 paper
       Woyke J, Wilde J, Wilde M, et al.
       Presence or absence of drones in 'drone' dusk mass flights performed by Apis dorsata forager bees
       JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH 46 (1): 40-49 2007

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

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                           cited in 1 paper
       Cobey SW
       Comparison studies of instrumentally inseminated and naturally mated honey bee queens
       and factors affecting their performance
       APIDOLOGIE 38 (4): 390-410 JUL-AUG 2007

16. WOYKE J
24. An anatomical study of the mating process in the honeybee.
 BEE WORLD, 39(1): 3-18; 1958

Record 1 of  1                                                                                                                          cited in 1 paper
       Tozetto SDO, Bitondi MMG, Dallacqua RP, et al.
       Protein profiles of testes, seminal vesicles and accessory glands of honey bee pupae and their
       relation to the ecdysteroid titer
       APIDOLOGIE 38 (1): 1-11 JAN-FEB 2007

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

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                                  cited in 1 paper
       Anderson DL, Morgan MJ
       Genetic and morphological variation of bee-parasitic Tropilaelaps mites (Acari : Laelapidae): new and re-defined species
       EXPERIMENTAL AND APPLIED ACAROLOGY 43 (1): 1-24 SEP 2007

18. WOYKE J
19 B. Maintenance of queens before  and after instrumental insemination.
INSTRUMENTAL INSEMIN  85-92; 1989

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                               cited in 1 paper
       Cobey SW
       Comparison studies of instrumentally inseminated and naturally mated honey bee queens
       and factors affecting their performance
       APIDOLOGIE 38 (4): 390-410 JUL-AUG 2007

19. WOYKE J
19 B. Results of instrumental insemination.
INSTRUMENTAL INSEMIN, 93-104; 1989

Recoord 1 of 1                                                                                                                                  cited in 1 paper
       Cobey SW
       Comparison studies of instrumentally inseminated and naturally mated honey bee queens
       and factors affecting their performance
       APIDOLOGIE 38 (4): 390-410 JUL-AUG 2007

20. WOYKE J
 Results
INSTRUMENTAL INSEMIN. OT THE QUEEN BEE   87-92; 1976

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                                    cited in 1 paper
       Cobey SW
       Comparison studies of instrumentally inseminated and naturally mated honey bee queens and
       factors affecting their performance
       APIDOLOGIE 38 (4): 390-410 JUL-AUG 2007
 

21. WOYKE J
151. Influence of the number of attendant workers on the number of spermatozoa entering the spermatheca
of instrumentally inseminated queens kept outdoors in mating nuclei.
J APIC SCI,  21(3): 129-133; 1982

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                                        cited in 1 paper
       Cobey SW
       Comparison studies of instrumentally inseminated and naturally mated honey bee queens and
       factors affecting their performance
       APIDOLOGIE 38 (4): 390-410 JUL-AUG 2007

22. WOYKE J
344. Workers often predominate in dusk "drone flights"  of the giant honeybee Apis dorsata.
J APICULT RES.,  44(3): 130-132; 2005

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                                          cited in 1 paper
       Woyke J, Wilde J, Wilde M, et al.
       Presence or absence of drones in 'drone' dusk mass flights performed by Apis dorsata forager bees
       JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH 46 (1): 40-49 2007

23. WOYKE J
345. Periodic mass flights of the giant honeybee Apis dorsata at successive days in two nest sites
in different environment conditions.
J APICULT RES., 44(4): 140-149; 2005

Record 1 o 1                                                                                                                                               cited in 1 paper
       Woyke J, Wilde J, Wilde M, et al.
       Presence or absence of drones in 'drone' dusk mass flights performed by Apis dorsata forager bees
       JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH 46 (1): 40-49 2007

24. WOYKE J
339. Periodic mass flight of the giant honeybee Apis dorsata
J APICULT RES.,  43(4): 180-185; 2004

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                                                   cited in 1 paper
       Woyke J, Wilde J, Wilde M, et al.
       Presence or absence of drones in 'drone' dusk mass flights performed by  Apis dorsata forager bees
       JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH 46 (1): 40-49 2007

25. WOYKE J
317. Prevention of natural mating of queen honeybees by  proper method of instrumental insemination.
J APICULT RES., 45: 101-114; 2001

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                                                 cted in 1 paper
       Cobey SW
       Comparison studies of instrumentally inseminated and naturally mated honey bee queens
       and factors affecting their performance
       APIDOLOGIE 38 (4): 390-410 JUL-AUG 2007

26. WOYKE J
298. Size change of Apis mellifera eggs during incubation period.
J APICULT RES.,  37(4): 239-236; 1998

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                                                    cited in 1 paper
       Gencer HV, Woyke J
       Eggs from Apis mellifera caucasica laying workers are larger than from queens
       JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH 45 (4): 173-179 2006
 

27. WOYKE J
271. Further investigation on natural mating of instrumentally inseminated queen bees
J APICULT RES., 34  105-106; 1995

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                                                    cited in 1 paper
       Cobey SW
       Comparison studies of instrumentally inseminated and naturally mated honey bee queens
       and factors affecting their performance
       APIDOLOGIE 38 (4): 390-410 JUL-AUG 2007

28. WOYKE J
245. Occurence and size of laying worker eggs in Apis florea colonies.
J APICULT RES., 31 (3/4): 124-127; 1993

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                                                     cited in 1 paper
       Gencer HV, Woyke J
       Eggs from Apis mellifera caucasica laying workers are larger than from queens
       JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH 45 (4): 173-179 2006

29. WOYKE J
230. Effect of the number of attendant worker bees on the initiation of egg laying by instrumetally inseminated
 queens kept in small nuclei.
J APICULT RES., 29(2): 101-106; 1990

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                                                  cited in 1 paper
       Cobey SW
       Comparison studies of instrumentally inseminated and naturally mated honey bee queens
       and factors affecting their performance
       APIDOLOGIE 38 (4): 390-410 JUL-AUG 2007

30. WOYKE J
222. Correct queen maintenance before and after instrumental insemination  tested in Egypt.
J APICULT RES., 28(4): 187-190; 1989

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                                                cited in 1 paper
       Cobey SW
       Comparison studies of instrumentally inseminated and naturally mated honey bee queens
       and factors affecting their performance
       APIDOLOGIE 38 (4): 390-410 JUL-AUG 2007

31. WOYKE J
202. Length of successive stages  in the development of mite Tropilaelaps clareae
J APICULT RES., 26(2): 110-114; 1987

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                                            cited in 1 paper
       Anderson DL, Morgan MJ
       Genetic and morphological variation of bee-parasitic Tropilaelaps mites (Acari : Laelapidae): new and re-defined species
       EXPERIMENTAL AND APPLIED ACAROLOGY 43 (1): 1-24 SEP 2007

32. WOYKE J
172. Increase in the life-span, unit honey productivity and honey surplus with fumagilin treatment of honeybees
J APICULT RES., 23(4): 209-212; 1984

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                                        cited in 1 paper
       Czekonska K
       Influence of carbon dioxide on Nosema apis infection of honeybees (Apis mellifera)
       JOURNAL OF INVERTEBRATE PATHOLOGY 95 (2): 84-86 JUN 2007

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

Record 1 of 2                                                                                                                                      cited in 2 papers
       Cobey SW
       Comparison studies of instrumentally inseminated and naturally mated honey bee queens
       and factors affecting their performance
       APIDOLOGIE 38 (4): 390-410 JUL-AUG 2007

Record 2 of 2
       Oppelt A, Heinze J
       Dynamics of sperm transfer in the ant Leptothorax gredleri
       NATURWISSENSCHAFTEN 94 (9): 781-786 SEP 2007

34. WOYKE J
122. Sex determination in Apis cerana indica
J APICULT RES., 18(2): 122-127; 1979

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                                       cited in 1 paper
       Tagami Y, Miura K
       Sex determination and mass production of parasitic Hymenoptera
       JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY 51 (1): 1-20 2007

35. WOYKE J
123. Effect of the access of worker honeybees to the queen on the result of instrumental insemination.
J APICULT RES.,  19(2): 136-143; 1979

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                                    cited in 1 paper
       Cobey SW
       Comparison studies of instrumentally inseminated and naturally mated honey bee queens
       and factors affecting their performance
       APIDOLOGIE 38 (4): 390-410 JUL-AUG 2007

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

Record 1 of 3                                                                                                                                  cited in 3 papers
       Wharton KE, Dyer FC, Huang ZY, et al.

Record 2 of 3
       Mattila HR, Otis GW
       Dwindling pollen resources trigger the transition to broodless populations of long-lived honeybees each autumn
       ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY 32 (5): 496-505 OCT 2007

Record 3 of 3
       Schmickl T, Crailsheim K
       HoPoMo: A model of honeybee intracolonial population dynamics and resource management
       ECOLOGICAL MODELLING 204 (1-2): 219-245 MAY 24 2007
 

37. WOYKE J
97. Genic balance, heterozygosity and inheritance of size of testes in diploid drone  honeybee
J APICULT RES., 13(2): 77-85; 1974

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                               cited in 1 paper
       de Boer JG, Ode PJ, Vet LEM, et al.
       Diploid males sire triploid daughters and sons in the parasitoid wasp Cotesia vestalis
       HEREDITY 99 (3): 288-294 SEP 2007

38. WOYKE J
84. Influence of exiernal conditions and the number of spermatozoa entering the spermatheca
of instrumentally inseminated honeybee queens.
J APICULT RES., 12(3): 145-151; 1973

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                             cited in 1 paper
       Cobey SW
       Comparison studies of instrumentally inseminated and naturally mated honey bee queens
       and factors affecting their performance
       APIDOLOGIE 38 (4): 390-410 JUL-AUG 2007

39. WOYKE J
85. Instrumental insemination  of Apis cerana indica queens
J APICULT RES., 12(3): 151-158; 1973

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                                   cited in 1 paper
       de Boer JG, Ode PJ, Vet LEM, et al.
       Diploid males sire triploid daughters and sons in the parasitoid wasp Cotesia vestalis
       HEREDITY 99 (3): 288-294 SEP 2007

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

Record 1 of 2                                                                                                                                       cited in 2 papers
       Cobey SW
       Comparison studies of instrumentally inseminated and naturally mated honey bee queens
       and factors affecting their performance
       APIDOLOGIE 38 (4): 390-410 JUL-AUG 2007

Record 2 of 2
       Akyol E, Yeninar H, Karatepe M, et al.
       Effects of queen ages on Varroa (Varroa destructor) infestation level in honey bee (Apis mellifera caucasica)
       colonies and colony performance
       ITALIAN JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE 6 (2): 143-149 APR-JUN 2007

41. WOYKE J
64. A method of rearing siploid drones  in a honeybee colony.
J APICULT RES., 8(2): 65-74; 1969

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                                     cited in 1 paper
       Tagami Y, Miura K
       Sex determination and mass production of parasitic Hymenoptera
       JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY 51 (1): 1-20 2007

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

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                                        cited in 1 paper
       Tagami Y Miura K
       Sex determination and mass production of parasitic Hymenoptera
      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY 51 (1): 1-20 2007

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

Record 1 of 2                                                                                                                                      cited in 2 papers
       Muerrle TM, Hepburn HR, Radloff SE
       Experimental determination of drone congregation areas for Apis mellifera capensis Esch
       JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH 46 (3): 154-159 2007

Record 2 of 2
       Koeniger, N, Koeniger, G.
       Mating flight duration of Apis mellifera queens: as short as possible, as long as nececcary,
       APIDOLOGIE 38: 606-611; 2007

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

Record 1of 1                                                                                                                                    cited in 1 paper
       Tagami Y, Miura K
       Sex determination and mass production of parasitic Hymenoptera
       JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY 51 (1): 1-20 2007

45. WOYKE J
36. What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeyee colony.
J APICULT RES., 2(2): 73-76; 1963

Record 1 of 2                                                                                                                             cited in 2 papers
       de Boer JG, Ode PJ, Vet LEM, et al.
       Diploid males sire triploid daughters and sons in the parasitoid wasp Cotesia vestalis
       HEREDITY 99 (3): 288-294 SEP 2007

Record 2 of 2
       Kronauer DJC, Johnson RA, Boomsma JJ
       The evolution of multiple mating in army ants
       EVOLUTION 61 (2): 413-422 FEB 2007

46. WOYKE J
332. Size of eggs from queens of three Asian Apis species and laying workers of Apis cerana
J APICULTURAL SCI., 47: 57-   ; 2003

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                               cited in 1 paper
       Gencer HV, Woyke J
       Eggs from Apis mellifera caucasica laying workers are larger than from queens
       JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH 45 (4): 173-179 2006

47. WOYKE J
238b. Size change of eggs during the incubation period in three Asian honeybee species/
P AS AP CHESH CON. 197-205; 1993

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                                cited in 1 paper
       Gencer HV, Woyke J
       Eggs from Apis mellifera caucasica laying workers are larger than from queens
       JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH 45 (4): 173-179 2006

48. WOYKE J
180. Porównanie dynamiki wchodzenia plemników do zbiorniczka nasiennego sztucznie unasienionych
matek pszczelich przetrzymywanych  w różnych warunkach.
PSZCZELNICZE ZESZYTY NAUK. 29: 377-387; 1985

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                                      cited in 1 paper
       Cobey SW
       Comparison studies of instrumentally inseminated and naturally mated honey bee queens
       and factors affecting their performance
       APIDOLOGIE 38 (4): 390-410 JUL-AUG 2007

49. WOYKE J
54. Wovon hangt  die Zahl der Spermien in der Samenblase  der auf naturlichem Wege
begatteten Koeniginen ab?
Z. BIENENFORSCH. 8: 236-247; 1966

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                                        cited in 1 paper
       Cobey SW
       Comparison studies of instrumentally inseminated and naturally mated honey bee queens and factors
       affecting their performance
       APIDOLOGIE 38 (4): 390-410 JUL-AUG 2007
 

50. GENCER HV, WOYKE J
352. Eggs from Apis mellifera caucasica laying workers are larger than from queens.
J APICULT RES., 45(4): 173-179; 2006

       Gencer HV, Woyke J
       Eggs from Apis mellifera caucasia laying workers are larger than from queens (vol 45, pg 4, 2006)
       JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH 46 (1): 65-65 2007

51. LOPATINA NG, CHESNOKOVA E. G., SMIRNOV V., RYŻOWA I. V., WOYKE, J.
338. Kinurenine pathway  of tryptophan  metabolism and its significance in neurophysiology  of insects/
ENTOMOL REV.  83: 3-22; 2004

Record 1 of 2                                                                                                                                   cited in 2 papers
       Lopatina NG, Zachepilo TG, Chesnokova EG, et al.
       Mutations in structural genes of tryptophan metabolic enzymes of the kynurenine pathway modulate
       some units of the L-glutamate receptor-actin cytoskeleton signaling cascade
       RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF GENETICS 43 (10): 1168-1172 OCT 2007ecord 2 0f 2

Record 2 of 2
       Smirnov VB, Chesnokova EG, Lopatina NG, et al.
       Electrophysiological characteristics of a population of myshroom body neurons in Apis mellifera L.
       honey bee under conditions of kynurenines deficit
       ZHURNAL VYSSHEI NERVNOI DEYATELNOSTI IMENI I P PAVLOVA 56 (6): 796-800 NOV-DEC 2006

52. ŁOPATINA NG, RYŻOWA I, DIMITRIEWA I, CZESNAKOWA E. G., WOYKE J
311. NMDA receptory centralnoj nervnoj sistemy miedonosnoj  pczeły w usłoviach  deficita kinruneninov.
(The NMDA  receptors of the honeybee  central nervous system in conditions of kinerunin deficit.)
ROS FIZIOL ZH  86(10): 1323-1330; 2000

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                                       cited in 1 paper
       Lopatina NG, Zachepilo TG, Chesnokova EG, et al.
       Mutations in structural genes of tryptophan metabolic enzymes of the kynurenine pathway modulate
       some units of the L-glutamate receptor-actin cytoskeleton signaling cascade
       RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF GENETICS 43 (10): 1168-1172 OCT 2007
 

53. WOYKE, J.
25. Natural and artificial insemination of queen honey bees.
PSZCZEL. ZESZ. NAUK., 4: 183-275; 1964

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                                      cited in 1 paper
       Koeniger, N., Koeniger, G.
       Mating flight duration of Apis mellifera queens: as short as possible, as long as necessary.
       APIDOLOGIE, 38: 606-611; 2007

54.  WOYKE, J.
208. A mathenatical model for the dynamic of spermatozoa entry into the spermatheca
of instrumentally inseminated queen honey bees.
J. APIC. RES., 27: 122-125; 1988

Record 1 of 1                                                                                                                                         cited in 1 paper
        Koeniger, N., Koeniger, G.
        Mating flight duration of Apis mellifera queens: as short as possible, as long as necessary.
       APIDOLOGIE, 38: 606-611; 2007
 

                                       2007,  Total 54 Woyke papers cited in 63 publications of other authors