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Ibbotson, M. 1991a. A motion-sensitive visual descending neurone in Apis mellifera monitoring translatory flowfields in the horizontal plane. Journal of Experimental Biology 157:573-577.

Ibbotson, M. 1991b. Wide-field motion-sensitive neurons tuned to horizontal movement in the honeybee, Apis mellifera. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 168:91-102.

Ibbotson, M. 1992. Direction-selective neurons with tonic and phasic response profiles contribute to the optokinetic system of Apis mellifera. Naturwissenschaften 79:467-470.

Ibbotson, M. R. 2001. Evidence for velocity-tuned motion-sensitive descending neurons in the honeybee. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Biological Sciences 268(1482): 2195-2201.

Ibbotson, M. & L. Goodman, 1990. Response characteristics of four wide-field motion-sensitive descending interneurones in Apis mellifera. Journal of Experimental Biology 148: 255-279.

Ibero, M., M. J. Castillo, F. Pineda, R. Palacios & J. Martinez, 2002. Whole bee for diagnosis of honey allergy. Allergy 57(6): 557-558.

Ibrahim, M. M., H. A. Salim & M. M. Mazeed, 1973. An improved method for artificial rearing of queen bees. Glean. Bee Cult. 10(10): 312-313.

Ibrahim, S. H. 1972. Observation on some insect pests of stored pollen pellets. Agric. Res. Rev. 50(1): 115-117.

Ibrahim, S. H. 1974. Composition of pollen gathered by honeybees from some major sources. Agric. Res. Rev. 52(1): 121-123.

Ibrahim, S. H. 1976. A list of pollen plants visited by hoyenbees in Egypt. Agric. Res. Rev. 54(1): 217-219.

Ibrahim, S. H. 1982a. A preliminary study on a new parasite of the wax moth Galleria mellonella L. Agricultural Research Review 58(1): 311-315.

Ibrahim, S. H. 1982b. Preference and effect of feeding of some types of sugars on honey bees. Anzeiger fur Schadlingskunde, Pflanzenschutz , Umweltschutz 55(7): 101-103.

Ibrahim, S. H. 1984.  A study on a dipteran parasite of honey bees. Z. Angew. Entomol. (Journal of Applied Entomology) 97(2): 124-126. [In English with German summary.].

Ibrahim, S. H. 1988. Some medicinal uses of honey by the Pharaonics. Pp. 40-41. In: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Apiculture in Tropical Climates, Cairo, Egypt, 6-10 November 1988. Government of Egypt & International Bee Research Association.

Ibrahim, S. H. & M. A. Eweis, 1973. Observations on the nests of Halictus sp. (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Bull. Soc. Entomol. Egypte 56: 253-256.

Ibrahim, S. H., A M. Madkour & H. A. Selim, 1971. Residual effect of some new pesticides to honey bees. Agric. Res. Rev. 49(1): 94-98.

Ibrahim, S. H. & H. A. Salim, 1971. Effect of feeding on honeybee colonies. Agric. Res. Rev. 49(1): 86-93.

Ibrahim, S. H. & H. A. Salim, 1972. Honeybee activity in gathering pollen from corn plants “Zea mays”. Agric. Res. Rev. 50(1): 107-113.

Ibrahim, S. H. & H. A. Salim, 1974. Effect of pollen traps on honeybee colonies. Agric. Res. Rev. 52(1): 109-113.

Ibrahim, S. H., N. Z. Soliman & H. Wissa, 1977. Studies on the properties of the major Egyptian honey types and on honey ripening. Agricultural Research Review 55(1): 125-129.

Ifantidis, M. 1983. Ontogenesis of the mite Varroa jacobsoni in worker and drone honeybee brood cells. Journal of Apicultural Research 22: 200-206.

Ifantidis, M. 1984. Parameters of the population dynamics of the Varroa mite on honeybees. Journal of Apicultural Reserch 23(4): 227-233.

Ifantidis, M. D. 1988.  Some features of beekeeping in ancient and modern Greece. Apic. Mod. 2: 51-57. [In Italian with English summary.] 

Ifantidis, M. D. & P. Rosenkranz, 1988. Reproduction in the honeybee brood mite, Varroa jacobsoni (Acarina: Varroidae). Entomologia Generalis 14(2): 111-122.

Ihering, H. von. 1912a. Zur Biologie der brasilianischen Meliponiden.  Zeitschrift für Wissenschaftliche Insektenbiologie 8(1): 1-5.

Ihering, H. von. 1912b.Zur Biologie der brasilianischen Meliponiden.  Zeitschrift für Wissenschaftliche Insektenbiologie 8(2): 43-46.

Iho, M. & S. Yamane, 1985. Faunistic and biological survey of wild bees at the foot of Gozenyama, Ibaraki Prefecture. Bull. Fuc. Educ. Iburuki Univ. (Nut. Sci.) 34: 57-74. [In Japanese].

Ikenaka, K. & K. Mikoshiba, 1991.  Long term potentiation induced by mast cell degranulating peptide. [In Hymenoptera]. Advances in Neurological Science 35(4): 591-599.

Ikudome, S.  1989.  A revision of the family Colletidae (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) of Japan.  Bulletin of the Institute of Minami-kyûshû Regional Science, Kagoshima Women’s Junior College no. 5: 43-314.

Ikudome, S.  1991.  Two new subgenera of HylaeusJapanese Journal of Entomology 59: 789-792.

Ikudome, S.  1994.  A list of the bee taxa of Japan and their Japanese names.  Bulletin of Kagoshima Women’s Junior College no. 29: 1-23.

Ikudome, S. 1998. The bee genus Hylaeus of the Ryukyu Islands, Japan, with description of a new species (Hymenoptera: Colletidae). Entomological Science 1(4): 589-595.

Illarionov, A. I. 2001. Deposition and stability of insecticides in the food products of honey bees. Agrokhimiya No. 7: 50-56.

Illarionov, A. I. & N. D. Dobrynin,  1998. Influence of insecticides on the alfalfa leaf-cutting bee and its protection from intoxication. Pp.58-63. In: Ecologia i Okhrana Pchelinykh. Sb nauch. dokl. II Mezhdunarod. nauch.-pract.conf. 27-29 Maya 1998. Saransk.

Illarionov, A. I. & N. D. Dobrynin, 1995. Effect of insecticides on alfalfa leaf-cutting bee. Pp.134-135. In: Agroecologich. problemy ... v zemledelii Ts. Ch. Z. Sb. nauch. trudov. Voronezh. VGAU.

Illarionov, A. I. & N. D. Dobrynin, 1996. Toxicological parameters of synthetic pyrethroids for alfalfa leaf-cutting bee. In: Rezervy stabiliz. agrarnogo proizv. Dokl. nauch. konf. VGAU za 1991-1995 gg. I: 87.

Illies, I., W. Mühlen, G. Dücker & N. Sachser, 2002.  The influence of different bee traps on undertaking behaviour of the honey bee (Apis mellifera) and development of a new trap. Apidologie 33(3): 315-326.

Illiger, J. C. W.  1806.  William Kirby’s Familien der Bienenartigen Insekten mit Zusätzen, Nachwéisungen und Bemerkungen.  Magazin für Insectenkunde 5: 28-175.

Illiger, K.  1801.  Namen der Insekten-Gattungen, ihr Genitiv, ihr grammatisches Geschlecht, ihr Silbenmass, ihre Herleitung; zugleich mit den Deutschen Benennungen.  Magazin für Insektenkunde 1: 125-155.

Illiger, K.  1802. Neue Insekten.  Magazin für Insektenkunde  1: 163-208.

Illiger, K.  1806. William Kirby's Familien der bienenartigen Insekten, mit Zusätzen, Nachweisungen und Bemerkungen. Magazin für Insektenkunde 5: 28-175.

Illiger, K.  1807a.  Vergleichung der Gattungen der Hautflügler, Piezata Fabr. Hymenoptera Linn. Jur.  Magazin für Insektenkunde 6: 189-199.

Illiger, K. 1807b. Fauna Etrusca sistens Insecta quae in provinciis Florentina et Pisana praesertim collegit Petrus Rossius, vol 2. C. G. Fleckeisen, Helmstadii. 511 pp.

Illnait, J., H. Terry, R. Mas, L. Fernandez & D. Carbajal, 2005. Effects of D-002, a product isolated from beeswax, a gastric symptoms of patients with osteoarthritis treated with piroxicam: a pilot study. Journal of medicinal food 8(1): 63-68.

Imhoff, L. 1866.  Die Schweizerischen Arten der Gattung Andrena F. (Partim), Latr. (Maxima parte), Leach.  Mittheil. Schweiz. Entom. Gesellsch. Band ii: 33-74.

Imhoof, B. & P. Schmid-Hempel, 1998. Single-clone and mixed-clone infections versus host environment in Crithidia bombi infecting bumblebees. Parasitology 117(4): 331-336.

Imperatriz-fonseca, V. L., A. Kleinert-Giovannini, M. Cortopassi—Laurino & M. Ramalho, 1984. Hábitos de colecta de Tetragonisca angustula angustula Latreille, (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Meliponinae). Bol. Zool. Univ. S. Paulo 8: 115-131.

Imperatriz-fonseca, V. L. & Zucchi, R. 1995. Virgin queens in stingless bee (Apidae, Meliponinae) colonies: a review. Apidologie 26: 231-244.

Imperial Institute of Entomology 1931. Insecta. Zoological Record 68(XI): 1-436.

Inbar, S., T. Katzav-Gozansky & A. Hefetz, 2008. Kin composition effects on reproductive competition among queen less honeybee workers. Naturwissenschaften 95(5): 427-432. [Electronic Resource:].

Indsto, J. O., P. H. Weston, M. A. Clements, A. G. Dyer, M. Batley & R. J. Whelan, 2007. Generalised pollination of Diuris alba (Orchidaceae) by small bees and wasps. Australian journal of botany 55(6): 628-634.

Inglis, G. D., L. Sigler & M. S. Goettel, 1992.  Trichosporonoides megachiliensis, a new hypomycete associated with alfalfa leafcutter bees, with notes on Trichosporonoides and Moniliella Mycologia 84: 555-570.

Inoka, W. A., P. Karunaratne & J. P. Edirisinghe, 2002. Bee diversity and floral hosts in selected habitats of the Peradeniya University Park. Ceylon Journal of Science, Biological Sciences 30: 21-36.

Inoue, K., M. Kato & T. Inoue, 1995.  Pollination ecology of Dendrobium setifolium, Neuwiedia borneensis, and Lecanorchis multiflora (Orchidaceae) in Sarawak. Tropics 5: 95–100.

Inoue, M. N., J. Yokoyama & I. Washitani, 2008. Displacement of Japanese native bumblebees by the recently introduced Bombus terrestris (L.) (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Journal of Insect Conservation 12(2): 135-146. [ER:].

Inoue, T. &  A. A. Hamid, 1994.  Plant reproductive system and animal seasonal dynamics: long-term study of dipterocarp forests in Sarawak. Center for Ecological Research. Kyoto University, Kyoto.

Inoue, T. &  A. A. Hamid,  H. S. Lee  &  K. Ogino,  1995. Construction of a canopy observation system in a tropical rainforest of Sarawak. Selbyana 16: 24–35.

Inoue, T.,  A. A. Hamid,  K. Nakamura,  S. Salmah  &  I. Abbas, 1993. Population dynamics of animals in unpredictably-changing tropical environments. Journal of Biosciences 18: 425–455.

Inoue, T.,  A. A. Hamid,  S. F. Sakagami, S. Salmah  &  N. Nukmal, 1984a.  Discovery of successful absconding in the stingless bee Trigona (Tetragonula) laeviceps. Journal of Apicultural Research 23:136–142.

Inoue, T.,  A. A. Hamid,  S. Salmah,  S. F. Sakagami, S. Yamane  &  M. Kato, 1990. An analysis of anthophilous insects in central Sumatra. Pp. 175-200. In: S. Sakagami, R. Ohgushi & D. W. Roubik [eds.], Natural history of social wasps and bees in equatorial Sumatra. Hokkaido University Press, Sapporo.

Inoue, T. &  A. A. Hamid  &  S. Yamane,  1984b.  The process of colony multiplication in the Sumatran stingless bee Trigona (Tetragonula) laeviceps. Biotropica 16: 100–111.

Inoue, T., M. Kato, T. Kukutani & T. Itino, 1990.  Insect-flower relationships in the temperate deciduous forest of Kibine, Kyoto: An overview of the flowering phenology and the seasonal pattern of insect visits.  Contributions from the Biological Laboratory, Kyoto University 27: 377-463.

Inoue, T., T. Nagamitsu, K. Mimose, S. F. Sakagami & A. A. Hamid, 1994. Stingless bees in  Sarawak. Pp. 231-237. In: T. Inoue & A. A. Hamid (eds.), Plant reproductive systems and animal seasonal dynamics: long term study of dipterocarp forests in Sarawak. Report of Monbusho International Scientific Research Center for Ecological Research, Kyoto University, Otsu.

Inoue, T. &  D. W. Roubik, 1990. Kin recognition of the stingless bee, Melipona fasciata.  Pp. 517-519. In: G. K. Veeresh, B. Mallik & C. A. Viraktamath (eds.), Social Insects and the Environment. Oxford and IBH Publishing Co., New Delhi.

Inoue, T.,  D. W. Roubik & T. Suka, 1999. Nestmate recognition in the stingless bee Melipona panamica (Apidae, Meliponini). Insectes Sociaux 46: 208-218.

Inoue, T., S. Salmah, S. F. Sakagami, S. Yamane & M. Kato, 1990.  An analysis of anthophilous insects in central Sumatra. Pp. 201-218.  In: S. F. Sakagami, R. Ohgushi & D. W. Roubik (eds.), Natural history of social wasps and bees in equatorial Sumatra.  Hokkaido University Press, Sapporo.

Inoue, T. & S. F. Sakagami, 1993.  A new name of TrigonaJapanese Journal of Entomology 61: 769.

Inoue, T., S. F. Sakagami, S. Salmah & N. Nukmal, 1984. Discovery of successful absconding in the stingless bee Trigona (Tetregonula) laeviceps [Stingless honeybees]. Journal of Apicultural Research 23(3): 136-142.

Inoue, T., S. F. Sakagami, S. Salmah & S. Yamane, 1984. The process of colony multiplication in the Sumatran stingless bee Trigona (Tetragonula) laeviceps. Biotropica 16(2): 100-111.

Inoue, T., S. Salmah, I. Abbas & E. Yusuf, 1985.    Foraging behavior of individual workers and foraging dynamics of colonies of three Sumatran stingless bees. Researches on Population Ecology 27(2): 373-392.  

Inoue, T., T. Suka & D. W. Roubik,  1994.  Effects of worker reproduction on systems of kin recognition in stingless bees. P. 21. In: A. Lenoir, G. Arnold & M. Lepage (eds.), Les Insectes Sociaux. Univ. Paris Nord, Villetaneuse, France.

Inouye, D. W. 1975. Flight  temperatures  of  male  euglossine  bees (Hymenoptera:  Apidae: Euglossini). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 48:366-370.

Inouye, D. W. 1977.  Species structure of bumblebee communities in North America and Europe. In: Mattson, W. J. (ed.) The role of arthropods in forest ecosystems, pp. 35-40. New York.

Inouye,  D. W. 1978.   Resource   partitioning  in  bumble  bee  guilds: experimental  studies  of  foraging behavior.  Ecology 59 : 672-678.

Inouye,  D. W. 1980.  The  effect  of   proboscis  and  corolla  tube  lengths  on  patterns  and rates of flower visitation  by bumble bees. Oecologia 45: 197-201.

Inouye,  D. W. &  G. D. Waller,  1984.  Responses of   honey bees (Apis mellifera) to amino acid solutions mimicking nectars. Ecology 65: 618-625.

Insuan, S., S. Deowanish, S. Klinbunga, S. Sittipraneed, H. A. Sylvester & S. Wongsiri, 2007. Genetic differentiation of the giant honeybee (Apis dorsata) in Thailand analyzed by mitochondrial genes and microsatellites. Biochemical genetics 45(3-4): 345-361. [ER:].

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature, 1939. Opinion 135. The suppression of the so-called 'Erlangen List' of 1801. Opinions and Declarations rendered by the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature 2: 7-12.

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature, 1954. Opinion 220. Validation, under the plenary powers, of the generic name Bombus Latreille, 1802 (class Insecta, order Hymenoptera), in so far as the use of those powers is required to provide that name with the status of availability. Opinions and Declarations rendered by the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature 4: 103-114.

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature, 1977. Opinion 1093. Designation under the plenary powers of a neotype for Apis rotundata Fabnricius, 1787 (Insecta: Hymenoptera). Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 34(3): 143-146.

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature, 1985. International code of zoological nomenclature. 3rd edn. xx + 338 pp. Berkeley.

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature, 1993.  Some bee family-group names (Insecta, Hymenoptera): Names based on Colletes Latreille, 1802, on Paracolletes Smith, 1853, on Halictus Latreille, 1804, on Anthidium Fabricius, 1804 and on Anthophora Latreille, 1803 given precedence over some senior names.  Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature B50: 85-89.

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature, 1996. Opinion 1828. Apis terrestris Linnaeus, 1758, A. muscorum Linnaeus, 1758 and A. lucorum Linnaeus, 1761 (currently Bombus terrestris, B. muscorum and B. lucorum) and Bombus humilis Illiger, 1806 (Insecta, Hymenoptera): specific names conserved, and neotypes designated for B. terrestris and B. muscorum. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 53: 64-65.

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature, 1999a. Dasypodidae Börner, 1919 (Insecta, Hymenoptera): Spelling emended to Dasypodaidae, so removing the homonomy with Dasypodidae Gray, 1821 (Mammalia, Xenarthra).  Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 56: 156-157.

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature, 1999b. International code of zoological nomenclature. International Trust for Zoological Nomenclature, London. 4th edition. xxix+306 pp. London.

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature, 2000. Apis proava Menge, 1856 (currently Electrapis proava; Insecta, Hymenoptera): Conserved by the designation of a neotype.  Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 57: 236.

Invernizzi, C. 2001. Chalk brood disease resistance in Apis mellifera colonies with efficient hygienic behaviour (Hymenoptera, Apidae). Iheringia, Serie Zoologia 91: 109-114.

Invernizzi, C. & J. Harriet,  2003. Control strategies against diseases: animal breeding [honey bees] and rational use of treatments. Vida-Apicola (Espana) No.121: 12-16.

Iob, M. 2001. Biological apiculture: principles. Notiziario ERSA 14(1): 34-37.

Ireland, L. M. 1935.  Scientific results of the Vernay-Lang Kalahari expedition, March to September, 1930 – Morphology of male Halictidae.  Annals of the Transvaal Museum 17: 95-107.

Irmak, S., N. T. Dunford & J. Milligan, 2006. Policosanol contents of beeswax, sugar cane and wheat extracts. Food chemistry 95(2): 312-318.

Isenberg, S. B., S. A. Cameron & J. B. Whitfield, 1997. Crop storage of pollen and its functional significance in the solitary bee, Melissodes rustica (Hymenoptera: Apidae).  Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 70(4): 353-358.

Ishii, H. S., Y. Hirabayashi & G. Kudo, 2008. Combined effects of inflorescence architecture, display size, plant density and empty flowers on bumble bee behaviour: experimental study with artificial inflorescences. Oecologia 156(2): 341-350. [Electronic Resource:].

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Ishmuratov, G. Yu., M. P. Yakovleva, R. Ya. Kharisov, O. V. Botsman,  O. I. Izibairov, A. G. Mannapov & G. A. Tolstikov, 2001. Synthesis of the honey bee attractant 13-hydroxy-2-oxotridecane. Chemistry of Natural Compounds 37(2): 190-192.

Ismail, A. & A. G. Ibrahim, 1986. The potential for ceratopogonid midges as insect pollinators of cocoa in Malaysia. Pages 471-484 in M. Y. Hussein and A. G. Ibrahim, editors. Biological control in the tropics. Universiti Pertanian Malaysia, Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia.

Ismail, N., G. E. Robinson & S. E. Fahrbach, 2006. Stimulation of muscarinic receptors mimics experience-dependent plasticity in the honey bee brain. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 103(1): 207-211.

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Issa, M. R. C., D. Jong De & L. S. Goncalves,  1993. Reproductive strategies of the mite Varroa jacobsoni (Mesostigmata, Varroidae): Influence of larva type and comb cell size on honey bee brood infestation rates. Revista Brasileira De Genetica 16(1): 219-224.

Isensee, R. 1927.  A study of the male genitalia of certain anthidiine bees.  Annals of the Carnegie Museum 17: 371-382, pl. xxxii.

Itinov, K. & B. V. Pedersen,  1991.  Nucleotide sequence differences in the mitochondrial CO I gene in the honey bee subspecies Apis mellifera mellifera and A. m. ligusticaTidsskr. Planteavl 95(2): 101-103.

Itioka, T. T. Inoue, Het Kaliang, M. Kato, T. Nagamitsu, K. Momose, S. Sakai, T. Yumoto, U. M. Sarkawi, A. A. Hamid & S. Yamane, 2001. Six-year population fluctuation of the giant honey bee Apis dorsata (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in a tropical lowland dipterocarp forest in Sarawak. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 94(4): 545-549.

Ito, M. 1983. Supraspecific classification of bumblebees based on the characters of the male genitalia.  Contributions from the Institute of Low Temperature Science, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Zoology Section. (B)18: 247 pp.

Ito, M. 1985a. Supraspecific classification of bumblebees based on the characters of male genitalia. Contributions from the Institute of Low Temperature Science, Hokkaido University (B)20: 1-143.

Ito, M. 1985b.  Additional notes on the bumble bees fauna of North Korea (Hymenoptera, Apidae).  Folia Entomol. Hung. 46(1): 5-22.

Ito, M.  1987.  Geographic variation of a east Asian bumble bee Bombus diversus in some morphometric characters (Hymenoptera, Apidae). Kontyû 55(2): 188-201.

Ito, M. 1993. Chorological note on Japanese bumblebees and the classification of Bombinae (Hymenoptera: Apidae). In T. Inouye & S. Yamane (eds): Evolution of insect societies, pp. 75-92. Tokyo.

Ito, M., T. Matsumura & S. F. Sakagami, 1984.  A nest of the Himalayan bumblebee, Bombus festivs.  Kontyû 54(4): 537-539.

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Ito, M. & S. F. Sakagami, 1980. The bumblebee fauna of the Kurile Islands (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Low Temperature Science (Series B) Biological Science (Hokkaido Univ.) 38: 23-51.

Ito, M. & S. F. Sakagami, 1985.  Possible synapomorphies of the parasitic bumblebees (Psithyrus) with some nonparasitic bumblebees (Bombus).  Sociobiology 10(1): 105-119. 

Ito, M. & O. Tadauchi, 1981. The occurrence of Psithyrus norvegicus in Kyushu, southern Japan. Kontyû 49: 715.

Ito, Tsunao & Y. Tominaga, 1991. Scanning electron microscopy of the antennal lobe of the honey bee, Apis mellifera L.  J.  Electron Microsc. 40(2): 129-135.

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Ivanov, T. & J. Chervenakova, 1984.  Contents of some macroelements, oligoelements and microelements in bee honey, royal jelly and pollen.  Zhivotnov’d Nauki 26(8): 65-69. [In Bulgarian with Russian and English summary.].

Ivanov, T.  1980.  Composition and physical-chemical properties of propolis.  Zhivotnov’d Nauki 17(8): 96-103. [In Bulgarian with Russian and English summary.].

Ivanov, T., D. Encheva & K. K’Osev,  1985. A study on pollen and royal jelly lipid composition using thin layer chromatography. Zhivotnov’d Nauki 22(10): 69-73. [In Bulgarian with Russian and English summary.].

Ivanov, T. &  B. Mitev,  1980.  Composition and physical-chemical properties of royal jelly. Zhivotnov’d Nauki 17(8): 89-95. [In Bulgarian with Russian and English summary.].

Ivanova, E. 2000.  Organ specificity of water-soluble proteins during drone (Apis mellifera L.) ontogenesis. Apidologie 31(6): 671-678.

Ivanova, E., I. Dobrovolov & P. Tersieva, 2001. Isoelectro-phoretic studies of stage specificity of soluble protein expression of Apis mellifera L. Bulgarian Journal of Agricultural Science 7(1): 73-76.

Ivanova, E., I. Dobrovolov & P. Tersieva, 2001. Variability of isoelectrophoretic spectra of total water-soluble proteins depending on honeybee susceptibility to Bacillus larvae. Bulgarian Journal of Agricultural Science 7(3): 348-350.

Ivanova, E., P. Popov &  I. Dobrovolov, 2000.  Electrophoretic study of water-soluble proteins during the honeybee (Apis mellifera L.) ontogenesis. Apidologie 31(6): 679-688.

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Iwama, A. & T. Shibuya, 1998. Physiology and morphology of olfactory neurons associating with the protocerebral lobe of the honeybee brain. Journal of Insect Physiology 44: 1191-1204.

Iwama, A., D. Sugihara & T.  Shibuya, 1995. Morphology and physiology of neurons responding to the Nasonov pheromone in the antennal lobe of the honeybee, Apis mellifera. Zoological Science 12: 207-218.

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Initial release 19 November, 2002.                                                                                                                                         Second issue 31 July, 2003

Third issue 15 April, 2004                                                                                                                                                          Fourth issue 15 Sept. 2004

Fifth issue 20 Feb., 2005.                                                                                                                                                            Sixth issue 5 August 2005

Seventh issue 17 Feb., 2006                                                                                                                                                        Eighth issue 11 Oct. 2006


Ninth issue 07 August 2007                                                                                                                                                          Tenth issue 07 Sept. 2008


        Eleventh issue 11 Oct. 2009                                                                                                                                                      Twelfth issue 20 Nov. 2010