Apidologie (2007)

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Articles of Apidologie entered for 2007:

Apidologie (2007) 38, 19-29
Thomas D. Seeley (2007)
Honey bees of the Arnot Forest: a population of feral colonies persisting with Varroa destructor in the northeastern United States
Apidologie 38 (1),  p. 19

Apidologie (2007) 38, 30-37
Wei-Fone Huang, Jing-Hao Jiang, Yue-Wen Chen and Chung-Hsiung Wang (2007)
A Nosema ceranae isolate from the honeybee Apis mellifera
Apidologie 38 (1),  p. 30

Apidologie (2007) 38, 67-76
Abdullah Ibrahim, Gary S. Reuter and Marla Spivak (2007)
Field trial of honey bee colonies bred for mechanisms of resistance against Varroa destructor
Apidologie 38 (1),  p. 67

Apidologie (2007) 38, 136-140
Luc Belloy, Anton Imdorf, Ingemar Fries, Eva Forsgren, Hélène Berthoud, Rolf Kuhn and Jean-Daniel Charrière (2007)
Spatial distribution of Melissococcus plutonius in adult honey bees collected from apiaries and colonies with and without symptoms of European foulbrood
Apidologie 38 (2),  p. 136

Apidologie (2007) 38, 181-190
Lisa Ward, Ruth Waite, Neil Boonham, Tom Fisher, Kelly Pescod, Helen Thompson, Panuwan Chantawannakul and Michael Brown (2007)
First detection of Kashmir bee virus in the UK using real-time PCR
Apidologie 38 (2),  p. 181

Apidologie (2007) 38, 272-280
Lisa Ward, Mike Brown, Peter Neumann, Selwyn Wilkins, Jeff Pettis and Neil Boonham (2007)
A DNA method for screening hive debris for the presence of small hive beetle (Aethina tumida)
Apidologie 38 (3),  p. 272

Apidologie (2007) 38, 281-288
Dieter Behrens, Eva Forsgren, Ingemar Fries and Robin F.A. Moritz (2007)
Infection of drone larvae (Apis mellifera) with American foulbrood
Apidologie 38 (3),  p. 281

Apidologie (2007) 38, 354-367
Jacqui H. Todd, Joachim R. De Miranda and Brenda V. Ball (2007)
Incidence and molecular characterization of viruses found in dying New Zealand honey bee (Apis mellifera) colonies infested with Varroa destructor
Apidologie 38 (4),  p. 354

Apidologie (2007) 38, 368-377
Robyn Rose, Galen P. Dively and Jeff Pettis (2007)
Effects of Bt corn pollen on honey bees: emphasis on protocol development
Apidologie 38 (4),  p. 368

Apidologie (2007) 38, 380-389
Baldwyn Torto, Richard T. Arbogast, Hans Alborn, Alonso Suazo, Dennis van Engelsdorp, Drion Boucias, James H. Tumlinson and Peter E.A. Teal (2007)
Composition of volatiles from fermenting pollen dough and attractiveness to the small hive beetle Aethina tumida, a parasite of the honeybee Apis mellifera
Apidologie 38 (4),  p. 380

Apidologie (2007) 38, 426-435
Laurent Gauthier, Diana Tentcheva, Magali Tournaire, Benjamin Dainat, François Cousserans, Marc Edouard Colin and Max Bergoin (2007)
Viral load estimation in asymptomatic honey bee colonies using the quantitative RT-PCR technique
Apidologie 38 (5),  p. 426

Apidologie (2007) 38, 508-517
Adi Sadeh, Avi Shmida and Tamar Keasar (2007)
The carpenter bee Xylocopa pubescens as an agricultural pollinator in greenhouses
Apidologie 38 (6),  p. 508

Apidologie (2007) 38, 525-533
Ingemar Fries and Riccardo Bommarco (2007)
Possible host-parasite adaptations in honey bees infested by Varroa destructor mites
Apidologie 38 (6),  p. 525

Apidologie (2007) 38, 558-565
Robert J. Paxton, Julia Klee, Seppo Korpela and Ingemar Fries (2007)
Nosema ceranae has infected Apis mellifera in Europe since at least 1998 and may be more virulent than Nosema apis
Apidologie 38 (6),  p. 558

Apidologie (2007) 38, 566-572
Yves Le Conte, Gérard de Vaublanc, Didier Crauser, François Jeanne, Jean-Claude Rousselle and Jean-Marc Bécard (2007)
Honey bee colonies that have survived Varroa destructor
Apidologie 38 (6),  p. 566

Apidologie (2007) 38, 573-578
José D. Villa (2007)
Influence of worker age on the infestation of resistant and susceptible honey bees (Apis mellifera) with tracheal mites (Acarapis woodi)
Apidologie 38 (6),  p. 573

Apidologie (2007) 38, 595-605
Sebastian Spiewok, Jeff S. Pettis, Michael Duncan, Robert Spooner-Hart, David Westervelt and Peter Neumann (2007)
Small hive beetle, Aethina tumida, populations I: Infestation levels of honeybee colonies, apiaries and regions
Apidologie 38 (6),  p. 595