Science Citation Index 2008,  J. Woyke

1. WOYKE J
351. Abdomen flipping of Apis dorsata breviligula worker bees correlated with
temperature of nest curtain surface
APIDOLOGIE 2006 37: 501

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        (1) Title: Comparison of defense body movements of Apis laboriosa, Apis dorsata dorsata
       and Apis dorsata breviligula honey bees
       Author(s): Woyke J, Wilde J, Wilde M, et al.
       Source: JOURNAL OF INSECT BEHAVIOR   Volume: 21   Issue: 6   Pages: 481-494                            Published: NOV 2008

2. WOYKE J
340. Temperature correlated dorso-ventral abdomen flipping of Apis laboriosa and Apis dorsata worker bees. APIDOLOGIE 2004 35 493

Record 1 of 1                                                                cited in 1 paper
        (2) Title: Comparison of defense body movements of Apis laboriosa, Apis dorsata dorsata and Apis         dorsata breviligula honey bees
        Author(s): Woyke J, Wilde J, Wilde M, et al.
        Source: JOURNAL OF INSECT BEHAVIOR   Volume: 21   Issue: 6   Pages: 481-494   Published:          NOV 2008

3. WOYKE J
330. Periodic mass flights of Apis laboriosa in Nepal
APIDOLOGIE 2003 34 121

Record 1 of 1                                                              cited in 1 paper                                                                      

        (3) Title: Comparison of defense body movements of Apis laboriosa, Apis dorsata dorsata and
        Apis dorsata breviligula honey bees
        Author(s): Woyke J, Wilde J, Wilde M, et al.
        Source: JOURNAL OF INSECT BEHAVIOR  Volume: 21   Issue: 6   Pages: 481-494   Published:           NOV 2008

4. WOYKE J
315. Apis dorsata drone flights, collection of semen from everted endophalli and instrumental insemination of queens
APIDOLOGIE 2001 32 407

Record 1 of 1                                                               cited in 1 paper
        (4) Title: Morphology of the cervical lobe of the endophallus in Apis mellifera drones
       Author(s): Moors L, Billen J
       Source: APIDOLOGIE   Volume: 38   Issue: 6   Pages: 579-583   Published: NOV-DEC 2007

5. WOYKE
345. Periodic mass flights of the gisnt honeybee Apis dorsata in successive days at two nest sides on different environment conditions,
J.APICULT RES 2005 44 180

Record 1 of 1                                                               cited in 1 paper
       (5) Title: The effect of the availability of bee forage and environmental conditions on the nesting of             Apis dorsata Fabr.
        Author(s): Singh RP, Singh AK, Singh RP
        Source: JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH   Volume: 46   Issue: 4   Pages: 276-281               Published: 2007

6. WOYKE J
334. Open-air nesting honey bees Apis dorsata and Apis laboriosa differ from the cavity-nesting Apis mellifera and Apis cerana in brood hygiene behavior.
JOURNAL Of INVERTEBR PATHOL 2004 86 1

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        (6) Title: Comparison of defense body movements of Apis laboriosa, Apis dorsata dorsata and               Apis dorsata breviligula honey bees
        Author(s): Woyke J, Wilde J, Wilde M, et al.
        Source: JOURNAL OF INSECT BEHAVIOR   Volume: 21   Issue: 6   Pages: 481-494   Published:           NOV 2008

7. WOYKE J
339. Periodic mass flights of the giant honey bee Apis dorsata
J APICULT RES 2004 43 180

Record 1 of 2                                                          cited in 2 papers
        (7) Title: Comparison of defense body movements of Apis laboriosa, Apis dorsata dorsata and Apis         dorsata breviligula honey bees
        Author(s): Woyke J, Wilde J, Wilde M, et al.
        Source: JOURNAL OF INSECT BEHAVIOR   Volume: 21   Issue: 6   Pages: 481-494   Published:           NOV 2008

Record  2 of 2
        (8) Title: The effect of the availability of bee forage and environmental conditions on the nesting of          Apis dorsata Fabr.
       Author(s): Singh RP, Singh AK, Singh RP
       Source: JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH   Volume: 46   Issue: 4   Pages: 276-281                Published: 2007

8. WOYKE J
306.. Swarming, migration and absconding of Apis dorsata colonies.
7 INT C TROP BEES MA 2000 183
                                                                                          cited in 1 paper
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        (9)
Title: Nest site selection in the open-nesting honeybee Apis florea. 

        Author(s): Oldroyd BP, Gloag RS, Even N, et al. 

        Source: BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY   Volume: 62   Issue: 10   Pages:                  1643-1653   Published: AUG 2008

9. WOYKE J
204. Problems with queen banks.
AM BEE J 1988 128 276

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        (10) Title: Performance of artificially inseminated honeybee queens that have bodily injuries
       Author(s): Gerula D, Bienkowska M
        Source: JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL SCIENCE   Volume: 52   Issue: 1   Pages: 13-20                       Published: 2008

10. WOYKE J
130. Influence of number of attendant workers onn the results of instrumental insemination of honey bee queens kept at room temperature.
APIDOLOGIE 1980 11 173

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        (11) Title: Effect of induced defecation on the effectiveness of insemination in honey bee
        (Apis mellifera) queens

        Author(s): Czekonska K, Chuda-Mickiewicz B
        Source: JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH   Volume: 46   Issue: 4   Pages: 242-244               Published: 2007

11. WOYKE J
124. Number of worker bees necessary to attend instrumentally inseminated queens kept in an incubator.
APIDOLOGIE 1979 10 149

Redord 1 of 1                                                                cited in 1 paper
        (12) Title: Effect of induced defecation on the effectiveness of insemination in honey bee
        (Apis mellifera) queens

        Author(s): Czekonska K, Chuda-Mickiewicz B
        Source: JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH   Volume: 46   Issue: 4   Pages: 242-244               Published: 2007

12. WOYKE J  APIDOLOGIE
116, Influence of age of drones on the results of instrumental insemination of honeybee quwwns.
APIDOLOGIE 1978 9 203

Record 1 of 2                                                            cited in 2 papers
        (13) Title: Survival of honey bee (Hymenoptera : Apidae) spermatozoa incubated at room                         temperature from drones exposed to miticides
        Author(s): Burley LM, Fell RD, Saacke RG
        Source: JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY   Volume: 101   Issue: 4   Pages:          
        1081-1087   Published: AUG 2008

Record 2 of 2
        (14) Title: Effect of induced defecation on the effectiveness of insemination in honey bee
        (Apis mellifera) queens

        Author(s): Czekonska K, Chuda-Mickiewicz B
        Source: JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH   Volume: 46   Issue: 4   Pages: 242-244               Published: 2007
 

13. WOYKE J
105. The influence of the age on the results of instrumental insemination of honeybee queens.
APIDOLOGIE 1076 7 301

Record 1 of 2                                                                cited in 2 papers
        (15) Title: Onset of oviposition by honey bee queens, mated either naturally or by various  
        instrumental insemination methods, fits a lognormal distribution

        Author(s): Woyke J, Jasinski Z, Prabucki J, et al.
        Source: JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH   Volume: 47   Issue: 1   Pages: 1-9    
        Published: 2008

Record 2 of 2
        (16) Title: Effect of induced defecation on the effectiveness of insemination in honey bee
        (Apis mellifera) queens

        Author(s): Czekonska K, Chuda-Mickiewicz B
        Source: JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH   Volume: 46   Issue: 4   Pages: 242-244    
        Published: 2007

14. WOYKE J
15. Anatomo-physiological changes in queen bees returning from mating flights.
B ACAD POL SCI 1956 4  81

Record 1 of 1                                                                cited in 1 paper
        (17) Title: Onset of oviposition by honey bee queens, mated either naturally or by various  
         instrumental insemination methods, fits a lognormal distribution

        Author(s): Woyke J, Jasinski Z, Prabucki J, et al.
        Source: JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH   Volume: 47   Issue: 1   Pages: 1-9    
        Published: 2008

15. WOYKE J
11. Multiple mating of the honeybee queen (Apis mellifica L.) in one nuptial flight,
B ACAD POL SCI 1955 3 175A

Record 1 of 1                                                            cited in 1 paper 

        (18) Title: Weight at emergence of honey bee (Apis mellifera caucasica) queens and its effect on    
        live weights at the pre and post mating periods

        Author(s): Kahya Y, Gencer HV, Woyke J
        Source: JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH   Volume: 47   Issue: 2   Pages: 118-125    
        Published: 2008

16. WOYKE J
24. An anatomical study of the mating process of the honeybee.
BEE WORLD 1958 39 3

Record 1 of 2                                                           cited in 2 papersS 

        (19) Title: Onset of oviposition by honey bee queens, mated either naturally or by various  
        instrumental insemination methods, fits a lognormal distribution

        Author(s): Woyke J, Jaasinski Z, Prabucki J, et al.
        Source: JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH   Volume: 47   Issue: 1   Pages: 1-9    
        Published: 2008

Record 2 of 2
        (20) Title: Morphology of the cervical lobe of the endophallus in Apis mellifera drones
        Author(s): Moors L, Billen J
        Source: APIDOLOGIE   Volume: 38   Issue: 6   Pages: 579-583   Published: NOV-DEC 2007

17. WOYKE J
21. Natural and artificial insemination of queen honeybees.
BEE WORLD 1962 43 21

Record 1 of 2                                                        cited in 2 papers 

        (21) Title: Onset of oviposition by honey bee queens, mated either naturally or by various  
        instrumental insemination methods, fits a lognormal distribution

        Author(s): Woyke J, Jaasinski Z, Prabucki J, et al.
        Source: JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH   Volume: 47   Issue: 1   Pages: 1-9      
        Published: 2008

Record 2 of 2
        (22) Title: Morphology of the cervical lobe of the endophallus in Apis mellifera drones
        Author(s): Moors L, Billen J
        Source: APIDOLOGIE   Volume: 38   Issue: 6   Pages: 579-583   Published: NOV-DEC 2007
 

18. WOYKE J
20P. Maintenance of queens before and post instrumental insemination.
INSTRUMENTAL INSEMIN 1989 93

Record 1 of 1                                                                cited in 1 paper
        (23) Title: Genomic analysis of post-mating changes in the honey bee queen (Apis mellifera)
        Author(s): Kocher SD, Richard FJ, Tarpy DR, et al.
        Source: BMC GENOMICS   Volume: 9 Article Number: 232   Published: MAY 19 2008

19. WOYKE J
10. Instrumental insemination of the queen bee.
INSTRUMENTAL INSEMIN 1976 87

Record 1 of 1                                                             cited in 1 paper
        (24) Title: Effect of induced defecation on the effectiveness of insemination in honey bee
        (Apis mellifera) queens

        Author(s): Czekonska K, Chuda-Mickiewicz B
        Source: JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH   Volume: 46   Issue: 4   Pages: 242-244               Published: 2007

20. WOYKE J
230. Effect of the number of attendant worker bees on the initiation of egg laying by instrumentally inseminated queens kept in small nuclei.
J APICULT RES 1990 29 101

Record 1 of 1                                                          cited in 2 papers
        (25) Title: Weight at emergence of honey bee (Apis mellifera caucasica) queens and its effect on  
        live weights at the pre and post mating periods

        Author(s): Kahya Y, Gencer HV, Woyke J
        Source: JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH   Volume: 47   Issue: 2   Pages: 118-125               Published: 2008

Record 2 of 2 

        (26) Title: Onset of oviposition by honey bee queens, mated either naturally or by various  
        instrumental insemination methods, fits a lognormal distribution

        Author(s): Woyke J, Jaasinski Z, Prabucki J, et al.
        Source: JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH   Volume: 47   Issue: 1   Pages: 1-9          
        Published: 2008

21. WOYKE J
208. A mathematical model  for the dynamics of spermatozoa entry into spermathecae of instrumentally inseminated  queen honey bees..
J APICULT RES 1988  27 122

Record 1 of 1                                                                    cited in 1 paper
        (27) Title: Mating flight duration of Apis mellifera queens: As short as possible, as long as necessary
        Author(s): Koeniger N, Koeniger G
        Source: APIDOLOGIE   Volume: 38   Issue: 6   Pages: 606-611   Published: NOV-DEC 2007

22. WOYKE J
165. Correlations and interactions between population, length of worker life and honey production  by honeybees in temperate region.
J APICULT RES 1984 23 148

Record 1 of 1                                                        cited in 1 paper
        (28) Title: An observation study on the effects of queen age on some characteristics
        of honey bee      colonies

        Author(s): Akyol E, Yeninar H, Korkmaz A, et al.
        Source: ITALIAN JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE   Volume: 7   Issue: 1   Pages: 19-25      
        Published: JAN-MAR 2008

23. WOYKE J
172. Increase in the life-span, unit honey productivity and honey surplus  with funagilin treatment of honeybees.
J APICULT RES 1984 23 209

Record 1 of 2                                                           cited in 2 papers
        (29) Title: New insect system for testing antibiotics
        Author(s): Johny S, Lange CE, Solter LF, et al.
        Source: JOURNAL OF PARASITOLOGY   Volume: 93   Issue: 6   Pages: 1505-1511  
        Published: DEC 2007


Record 2 of 2

        (30) Title: New insect system for testing antibiotics
        Author(s): Johny S, Lange CE, Solter LF, et al.
        Source: JOURNAL OF PARASITOLOGY Volume: 93   Issue: 6   Pages: 1505-1511  
        Published: DEC 2007

24. WOYKE J
153. Dynamics of enter of spermatozoa into the spermatheca of instrumentally inseminated
queen honeybees.

J APICULT RES 1993 22 150

Record 1 of 1                                                            cited in 1 paper
        (31) Title: Seminal fluid enhances sperm viability in the leafcutter ant Atta colombica
        Author(s): den Boer SPA, Boomsma JJ, Baer B
        Source: BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY   Volume: 62   Issue: 12  
        Pages: 1843-1849   Published: OCT 2008

25. WOYKE J
110. Cannibalism and brood-rearing efficiency in the honeybee.
J APICULT RES 1977 16 84

Record 1 of 1                                                           cited in 1 paper
        (32) Title: Male elimination in the honeybee
        Author(s): Wharton KE, Dyer FC, Getty T
        Source: BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY   Volume: 19   Issue: 6   Pages: 1075-1079  
        Published: NOV-DEC 2008

26. WOYKE J
107. Brood-rearing efficiency and absconding in Indian honeybees.
J APICULT RES 1976 15 133

Record 1 of 1                                                       cited in 1 paper
        (33) Title: The beneficial effects of feeding mahua (Bassia latifolia Roxb.) flower syrup
        to honey bee (Apis mellifera) colonies during periods of dearth.

        Author(s): Singh RP, Upadhyay SK
        Source: JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH   Volume: 47   Issue: 4   Pages: 261-264               Published: 2008

27. WOYKE J
98. Spermatogenesis in diploid drones of the honeybee.
J APICULT RES 1974 13 183

Record 1 of 1                                                        cited in 1 paper
        (34) Title: Inviability of the spermatids with little cytoplasm in bees (Hymenoptera, Apidae)
        Author(s): Lino-Neto J, Araujo VA, Dolder H
        Source: SOCIOBIOLOGY   Volume: 51   Issue: 1   Pages: 163-172   Published: 2008

28. WOYKE J
68. Correlation between the age at which honeybee brood was grafted, characteristics of the resultant queens and results of insemination.
J APICULT RES 1971 10 45

Record 1 of 3                                                           cited in 3 papers
        (35) Title: Live weight of queen honey bees (Apis mellifera L.) predicts reproductive characteristics
        Author(s): Akyol E, Yeninar H, Kaftanoglu O
        Source: JOURNAL OF THE KANSAS ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY   Volume: 81   Issue: 2    
        Pages: 92-100   Published: JUN 2008

Record 2 of 3
        (36) Title: Weight at emergence of honey bee (Apis mellifera caucasica) queens
        and its effect on live weights at the pre and post mating periods

        Author(s): Kahya Y, Gencer HV, Woyke J
        Source: JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH   Volume: 47   Issue: 2   Pages: 118-125      
        Published: 2008

Record 3 of 3
        (37) Title: An observation study on the effects of queen age on some characteristics
        of honey bee colonies

        Author(s): Akyol E, Yeninar H, Korkmaz A, et al.
        Source: ITALIAN JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE   Volume: 7   Issue: 1   Pages: 19-25    
        Published: JAN-MAR 2008

29. WOYKE J
64. A method of rearing  diploid drones in a honeybee colony.
J APICULT RES 1969 8 65

Record 1 of 1                                                        cited in 1 paper
        (38) Title: Genetic structure of drone congregations of the stingless bee Scaptotrigona mexicana
        Author(s): Kraus FB, Weinhold S, Moritz RFA
        Source: INSECTES SOCIAUX   Volume: 55   Issue: 1   Pages: 22-27   Published: FEB 2008
 

30. WOYKE J
39. Causes of repeated mating fights by  queen honeybees..
J APICULT RES  1964 3 17

Record 1 of 2                                                          cited in 2 papers
        (39) Title: Weight at emergence of honey bee (Apis mellifera caucasica) queens and its effect
        on live weights at the pre and post mating periods

        Author(s): Kahya Y, Gencer HV, Woyke J
        Source: JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH   Volume: 47   Issue: 2   Pages: 118-125      
        Published: 2008

Record 2 of 2
        (40) Title: Mating flight duration of Apis mellifera queens: As short as possible, as long as necessary
        Author(s): Koeniger N, Koeniger G
        Source: APIDOLOGIE   Volume: 38   Issue: 6   Pages: 606-611   Published: NOV-DEC 2007

31. WOYKE J
31. Drone larvae from fertilized eggs of the honeybee.
J. APICULT RES 1963 19 89

Record 1 of 1                                                              cited in 1 paper
        (41) Title: Sex Determination and Genome Size in Catolaccus grandis (Burks, 1954)
        (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae)

        Author(s): Barcenas NM, Thompson NJ, Gomez-Tovar V, et al.
        Source: JOURNAL OF HYMENOPTERA RESEARCH   Volume: 17   Issue: 2   Pages: 201-209             Published: OCT 2008

32. WOYKE J
36. What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeybee colony?
J APICULT RES 1963 2 73

Record 1 of 3                                                           cited in 3 papers
        (42) Title: Population genetic structure, worker reproduction and thelytokous parthenogenesis
        in the desert ant Cataglyphis sabulosa

        Author(s): Timmermans I, Hefetz A, Fournier D, et al.
        Source: HEREDITY   Volume: 101   Issue: 6   Pages: 490-498   Published: DEC 2008

Record 2 of 3
        (43) Title: Thelytokous parthenogenesis in unmated queen honeybees (Apis mellifera capensis):               Central fusion and high recombination rates
        Author(s): Oldroyd BP, Allsopp MH, Gloag RS, et al.
        Source: GENETICS   Volume: 180   Issue: 1   Pages: 359-366   Published: SEP 2008

Record 3 of 3
        (44) Title: Assessment of the flying activity of the buff-tailed bumblebee (Bombus terrestris L.)
        on green house-grown tomatoes

        Author(s): Roman A, Szczęsna N
        Source: JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL SCIENCE   Volume: 52   Issue: 1   Pages: 93-101        
        Published: 2008

33. WOYKE J
317. Prevention  of naturak mating of queen honeybees by proper method of instrumental insemination.
J APICULT RES 2001 45 101

Record 1 of 2                                                             cited in 2 papers
        (45) Title: Onset of oviposition by honey bee queens, mated either naturally or by various  
        instrumental insemination methods, fits a lognormal distribution

        Author(s): Woyke J, Jaasinski Z, Prabucki J, et al.
        Source: JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH   Volume: 47   Issue: 1   Pages: 1-9    
        Published: 2008

Record 2 of 2
        (46) Title: Effect of induced defecation on the effectiveness of insemination in honey bee
        (Apis mellifera) queens

        Author(s): Czekonska K, Chuda-Mickiewicz B
        Source: JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH   Volume: 46   Issue: 4   Pages: 242-244      
        Published: 2007

34. WOYKE J
25. Naturalne i sztuczne unasienianie matek pszczelich.
PSZCZEL ZESZ NAUK 1960 4 183

Record 1 of 4                                                              cited in 4 papers
        (47) Title: Evolution and mechanisms of long life and high fertility in queen honey bees
        Author(s): Remolina SC, Hughes KA
        Source: AGE   Volume: 30   Issue: 2-3   Pages: 177-185   Published: SEP 2008

Record 2 of 4
        (48) Title: Onset of oviposition by honey bee queens, mated either naturally or by various  
        instrumental insemination methods, fits a lognormal distribution

        Author(s): Woyke J, Jaasinski Z, Prabucki J, et al.
        Source: JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH   Volume: 47   Issue: 1   Pages: 1-9    
        Published: 2008

Record 3 of 4
        (49) Title: Mating flight duration of Apis mellifera queens: As short as possible, as long as necessary
        Author(s): Koeniger N, Koeniger G
        Source: APIDOLOGIE   Volume: 38   Issue: 6   Pages: 606-611   Published: NOV-DEC 2007

Record 4 of 4
        (50) Title: Effect of induced defecation on the effectiveness of insemination in honey bee
        (Apis mellifera) queens

        Author(s): Czekonska K, Chuda-Mickiewicz B
        Source: JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH   Volume: 46   Issue: 4   Pages: 242-244    
        Published: 2007

35. WOYKE J
14. Opieka pszczół nad matkami w różnych klateczkach.
PSZCZELARSTWO 1956 7 4

Record 1 of 1                                                        cited in 1 paper
        (51) Title: Performance of artificially inseminated honeybee queens that have bodily injuries
        Author(s): Gerula D, Bienkowska M
        Source: JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL SCIENCE   Volume: 52   Issue: 1   Pages: 13-20    
        Published: 2008

36. WOYKE J
23. Histologiczna budowa organów rozrodczych trutnia.
PUBL SECT AGR SYLVIC 1958 19 38

Record 1 of 1                                                           cited in 1 paper
        (52) Title: Morphology of the cervical lobe of the endophallus in Apis mellifera drones
        Author(s): Moors L, Billen J
        Source: APIDOLOGIE   Volume: 38   Issue: 6   Pages: 579-583   Published: NOV-DEC 2007

37. WOYKE J
175. Instrumental insemination of honeybee queens in the development of beekeeping.
WORLD ANIM REV 1985 56 40

Record 1 of 1                                                            cited in 1 paper
        (53) Title: Survival of honey bee (Hymenoptera : Apidae) spermatozoa incubated
        at room temperature from drones exposed to miticides

        Author(s): Burley LM, Fell RD, Saacke RG
        Source: JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY   Volume: 101   Issue: 4  
        Pages: 1081-1087   Published: AUG 2008

38, WOYKE J
335. The Gentleness of Apis dorsata verified while  investigating brood cross-fostering and  hygienic behaviour.
P 7 AS AP ASS C LOS 2004 87

Record 1 of 1                                                                cited in 1 paper
        (54) Title: Comparison of defense body movements of Apis laboriosa, Apis dorsata dorsata

        and Apis dorsata breviligula honey bees
        Author(s): Woyke J, Wilde J, Wilde M, et al.
        Source: JOURNAL OF INSECT BEHAVIOR   Volume: 21   Issue: 6   Pages: 481-494  
        Published: NOV 2008

39. WOYKE J
305. Coexistence of Apis mellifera and Apis dorsata workers in the same colonies.
P 7 IBRA C TROP BEES 2001 115
 

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       (55) Title: Comparison of defense body movements of Apis laboriosa, Apis dorsata dorsata and   
        Apis dorsata breviligula
honey bees

       Author(s): Woyke J, Wilde J, Wilde M, et al.
       Source: JOURNAL OF INSECT BEHAVIOR   Volume: 21   Issue: 6   Pages: 481-494  
       Published: NOV 2008

                                    2008 Total: 39 Woyke papers, cited in 55 publications of other authors