image5
Hello

Literature

  

1. Crane E. The archaeology of beekeeping. London: Duckworth; 1983.

2. Sims D. Sixty Years with Bees: A review of the lessons learned, the practices adopted, and the equipment used by a 40-colony spare time beekeeper in diverse parts of England during sixty years with bees. West Yorkshire, Eng.: Northern Bee Books; 1997.

3. Huber F, Candolle AP de. Observations on the natural history of bees. London: Printed for Thomas Tegg; 1841.

4. Root AI. The ABC and XYZ of bee culture: An encyclopedia pertaining to scientific and practical culture of bees. Ohio: A. I. Root Company; 1975.

5. Patterson R. Beekeeping: A practical guide / Roger Patterson. London: Right Way; 2012.

6. Wedmore EB. A manual of bee-keeping for English-speaking bee-keepers. 2 rev ed. S.l.: Bee Books New and Old; 1945 (1975).

7. Invernizzi C, Zefferino I, Santos E, Sánchez L, Mendoza Y. Multilevel assessment of grooming behavior against Varroa destructor in Italian and Africanized honey bees. Journal of Apicultural Research 2016:1–7.

8. Free JB. The drifting of honey-bees. J. Agric. Sci. 1958; 51(3):294–306.

9. Kent RB. The Introduction and Diffusion of the African Honeybee in South America. Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers 1988; 50(1):21–43.

10. Kent RB. The African honeybee in Peru: an insect invader and its impact on beekeeping. Applied Geography 1989; 9(4):237–57. Available from: URL: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/014362288990026X.

11. Langstroth LL, Dadant CP. Langstroth on the Hive & Honey Bee. Revised edition / by C. P. Dadant. Illinois USA: The American Bee Journal; 1927.

12. Perret-Maisonneuve A. L'Apiculture intensive et l'élevage des reines … Illustrations de l'auteur, etc. [With a portrait.]; 1933.

13. Paixão VC. Manual do Apicultor. Lisboa: Ed. do A; 1974.

14. Seeley TD, Morse RA. The nest of the honey bee (Apis mellifera L.). Ins. Soc 1976; 23(4):495–512.

15. Moeller FE. Two -Queen System Of Honey Bee Colony Management; 1976.

16. Mace H. The Complete Book of Bee Keeping. London: Ward Lock Ltd; 1976.

17. Schmolke MD. Beekeeping in Zimbabwe with top bar hives. First edition. Harare: Raptor; 2015.

18. Momot JP, Rothenbuhler WC. Behaviour Genetics of Nest Cleaning in Honeybees. VI. Interactions of Age and Genotype of Bees, and Nectar Flow. Journal of Apicultural Research 1971; 10(1):11–21.

19. Sánchez-Bayo F, Goulson D, Pennacchio F, Nazzi F, Goka K, Desneux N. Are bee diseases linked to pesticides?: — A brief review. Environment International 2016; 89-90:7–11.

20. Sánchez V, Gil S, Flores JM, Quiles FJ, Ortiz MA, Luna JJ. Implementation of an electronic system to monitor the thermoregulatory capacity of honeybee colonies in hives with open-screened bottom boards. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 2015; 119:209–16.

21. Cushman D. Snelgrove Board for National Bee hives; 2008 [cited 2018 Apr 24]. Available from: URL: http://www.dave-cushman.net/bee/snelgroveboard.html.

22. Steve. In the Beekeeper’s Work Shop” Building a Bee Hive: An Imirie Shim [cited 2019 Aug 30]. Available from: URL: http://www.michiganbees.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Imirie-Shim_20110326.pdf.

23. Stalidzans E, Berzonis A. Temperature changes above the upper hive body reveal the annual development periods of honey bee colonies. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 2013; 90:1–6.

24. Farrar CL. A measure of some factors affecting the development of the honeybee colony [Doctoral Dissertation]. Amherst: University of Massachusetts; 1931.

25. Hesbach W. The Horizontal Two-Queen System. Bee Culture 2016; 3(144):63–6.

26. Dugat M. La ruche gratte-ciel à plusieurs reines: Une méthode nouvelle d'apiculture intensive. 2e. Ain: Marlieux; 1946.

27. Tautz JB. Honey bee waggle dance recruitment success depends on the dance floor. J Exp Biol 1996; 199:1375–81.

28. Bühler A, Lanzrein B, Wille H. Influence of temperature and carbon dioxide concentration on juvenile hormone titre and dependent parameters of adult worker honey bees (Apis mellifera L.). Journal of insect physiology 1983; 29(12):885–93.

29. Winston ML, Higo HA, Colley SJ, Pankiw T, Slessor KN. The role of queen mandibular pheromone and colony congestion in honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) reproductive swarming (Hymenoptera: Apidae). J Insect Behav 1991; 4(5):649–60.

30. McLellan AR, Rowland CM. A honeybee colony swarming model. Ecological Modelling 1986; 33(2-4):137–48.

31. Simpson J. The factors which cause colonies of Apis mellifera to swarm. Ins. Soc 1958; 5(1):77–95.

32. Simpson J, Riedel IBM. The Factor that Causes Swarming by Honeybee Colonies in Small Hives. Journal of Apicultural Research 1963; 2(1):50–4.

33. Latif A, Qayyum A, ul Haq M. Multiple- and Two-Queen Systems in Apis Indica F. Bee World 1960; 41(8):201–9.

34. Goins A, Schneider SS. Drone “quality” and caste interactions in the honey bee, Apis mellifera L. Insect. Soc. 2013; 60(4):453–61.

35. Pratt SC. Decentralized control of drone comb construction in honey bee colonies. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 1998; 42(3):193–205.

36. Rousseau A, Fournier V, Giovenazzo P. Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera: Apidae) drone sperm quality in relation to age, genetic line, and time of breeding. Can Entomol 2015; 147(06):702–11.

37. Loper GM, Wolf WW, Taylor OR. Honey Bee Drone Flyways and Congregation Areas: Radar Observations. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 1992; 65(3):223–30. Available from: URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25085360.

38. Cappa F, Bruschini C, Protti I, Turillazzi S, Cervo R. Bee guards detect foreign foragers with cuticular chemical profiles altered by phoretic varroa mites. Journal of Apicultural Research 2016:1–10.

39. Kärcher MH, Ratnieks FLW. Honey bee guards recognise allospecific intruders via “different odours” not “harmful-intruder odours”. Journal of Apicultural Research 2015; 49(3):270–7.

40. Free JB, Ferguson AW, Simpkins JR, Al-Sa'ad BN. Effect of Honeybee Nasonov and Alarm Pheromone Components on Behaviour at the Nest Entrance. Journal of Apicultural Research 1983; 22(4):214–23.

41. Bruyn C de. Practical beekeeping. Marlborough: Crowood; 1997.

42. Bahreini R, Currie RW. The Potential of Bee-Generated Carbon Dioxide for Control of Varroa Mite (Mesostigmata: Varroidae) in Indoor Overwintering Honey bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) Colonies. Journal of Economic Entomology 2015; 108(5):2153–67.

43. Stuart FS. Bee-Keeping Practice. (Second edition.). London: C. Arthur Pearson; 1946.

44. Tompkins EH, Griffith R. Practical beekeeping. Charlotte Vt.: Garden Way Pub; 1977.

45. Dadant CP. Behavior of bees in comb-building. American Bee Journal 1926; (26):278–80