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Jabłoński, B. 2001. A preliminary appreciation of agricultural and beekeeping value of a red clover population with a shortened flower tube. Acta Horticulturae No. 561: 215-217.

Jabłoński, M. 1966.  Wpływ owadów zapylających na plonowanie porzeczki czarnej.  Pszczeln. sesz. nauk. 1-4: 95-99.

Jachimonwicz, T. & H. Ruttner, 1974a. Replacement of honey by invert sugar in feeding honey bees. Bienenvater 95(3): 67-72.  

Jachimowicz, T. & H. Ruttner, 1974b. Use of invert sugar instead of honey for feeding honey bees. Bienenvater 95(3): 67-72. 

Jachimowicz, T. & H. Ruttner, 1975. Highly efficient honey strainer. Apiacta 10(4): 170-172.

Jackson, D. 1999. All about pests and diseases. American Bee Journal 139: 623-625.

Jackson, D. 2006. Major pollen and nectar sources of central Minnesota. I. American bee journal 146(8): 685-687.

Jackson, D. 2007. Major pollen and nectar sources of central Minnesota. Part II. American bee journal 147(4): 341-342.

Jackson, G. C. & J. B. Salas, 1965. Insect visitors of Lecythis elliptica H.B.K. Journal of  Agriculture, Univ. Puerto Rico 49: 133-141.

Jackson, G. C. & R. O. Woodburg, 1976.  Host plants of the carpenter bee, Xylocopa brasilianorum L. (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) in Puerto Rico.  J. Agric. Univ. Puerto Rico 60: 639-660.

Jacob-Remacle, A. & J. Leclercq, 1980.  Hyménoptères aculéates piégés das trois jardins de Liège “intra muros”.  Bull. Soc. Roy. Sci. Liège 49(3/4): 186-198.

Jaegerskioeld, L. A. 1904. Results of the Swedish Zoological Expedition to Egypt and the White Nile, 1901. 1(no. 9): 1-11. Uppsala.

Jaennicke, F. 1867.  Zur Hymenopteren –Fauna der umgegend von Frankfurt a.m. Berlin Ent. Zeitschr. 1867: 141-155.

Jahns, T. R. & G. D. Jolliff,  1990. Pollen deposition rate effects on speed set in meadowfoam. Crop Sci. 30(4): 850-853.

Jain, K. L. & R. P. Kapil, 1980. Foraging rhythm of megachilid bees in relation to the flowering of Medicago sativa L. and Parkinsonia culeata L.  Indian Bee Journal 42: 35-39.

Jamaludin, R., M. F. Hansen, S. Humphrey, K M. Tham, 2002. Apicultural exotic disease surveillance report. Surveillance (Wellington) 29(3): 19-21.

James, R. R. 2005a. Temperature and chalkbrood development in the alfalfa leafcutting bee, Megachile rotundata. Apidologie 36: 15-23.

James, R. R. 2005b. Impact of disinfecting nesting boards on chalkbrood control in the alfalfa leafcutting bee. Journal of economic entomology 98(4): 1094-1100.

James, R. R. 2008. My life with bees. Agricultural Research 56(2): 2. [Electronic Resource: http://hdl.handle.net/10113/13163].

James, R. R. & T. L. Pitts-Singer, 2005. Ascosphaera aggregata contamination on alfalfa leafcutting bees in a loose cell incubation system. Journal of invertebrate pathology 89(2): 176-178.

Jamhour, J. & S. Laroca, 2004. A community of wild bees (Hym., Apoidea) of Pato Branco (PR-Brazil): diversity, phenology, floral resources, and biogeographical aspects. Acta Biologica Paranaense 33(1/4): 27-119.

Janczyk, P. 2002. Animal poisoning in Poland - reports from regional veterinary hygiene laboratories. Zycie Weterynaryjne 77(11): 584-586.

Jander, R.  1976. Grooming and pollen manipulation in bees (Apoidea): The nature and evolution of movements involving the foreleg.  Physiological Entomology 1: 179-194.

Jander, R. & U. Jander, 1970.  Über die Phylogenie der Geotaxis innerhalb der Bienen. Zeitschr. Vergl. Physiol. 66: 355-368.

Jander, U. & R. Jander, 2001. Allometry and resolution of bee eyes (Apoidea). Arthropod Structure & Development 30(3): 179-193.

JaneÄ. ek, Å., Z. Hrázský, M. BartoÅ¡, J. Brom, J. Reif, D. Hořák, D. BystÅ™ická, J. Riegert, O. SedláÄ. ek & M. PeÅ¡ata, 2007. Importance of big pollinators for the reproduction of two Hypericum species in Cameroon, West Africa. African journal of ecology 45(4): 607-613. [Electronic Resource: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2028.2007.00779.x].

Jang, Y., C. T. Wuellner & C. S. Scott, 1996.  Floating and fidelity in nest visitation by Crawfordapis luctuosaJournal of Insect Behaviour 9: 493-504.

Janjic, J. & L. Packer, 2001. New Descriptions of Halictus (Seladonia) from the New World (Hymenopterta: Halictidae). Journal of Hymenoptera Research 10(1):  55–75.

Janjic, J. & L. Packer, 2003. Phylogeny of the bee genus Agapostemon (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Systematic Entomology 28: 101-124.

Janmaat, A. F. & M. L. Winston, 2000. Removal of Varroa jacobsoni infested brood in honey bee colonies with differing pollen stores. Apidologie 31(3): 377-386.

Janmaat, A. F., M. L. Winston & R. C. Ydenberg, 2000. Condition-dependent response to changes in pollen stores by honey bee (Apis mellifera) colonies with different parasitic loads. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 47(3): 171-179.  

Janvier, H.  1969. Apuntes sobre las Hylaeus F., de Espana.  Graellsia 25: 217-227.

Janvier, H.  1972a.  Note on the genus Hylaeus at the island  of Oleron with the description of a new species (Hym., Apidae).  Entomologiste 28(4/5): 107-114.

Janvier, H.  1972b.  La nidification des Hylaeus parvulus Janvier.  Entomologiste 28: 178-189.

Janvier, H.  1977 [1976]. Comportamiento de Xylocopa violacea Linneo, 1758 (Hymenoptera). Graellsia 32: 193-214.

Janvier, H.  1977.  Behavior of Andrena cingulata F. in winter. Cah. Nat. 33(1): 1-13. [In French.].

Janzen, D. H. 1968.  Reproductive behavior in the Passifloraceae and some of its pollinators in Central America.  Behavior 32: 33-48.

Janzen,  D. H. 1971. Euglossine bees as long-distance pollinators of tropical plants. Science 171: 203 - 205.

Janzen, D. H. 1974. The de-flowering of Central America. Natural History  83: 48-53.

Janzen, D. H., P. J. De Vries, M. L. Higgins & L. S. Kimsey, 1982. Seasonal and site variation in Costa Rican euglossine bees at chemical baits in lowland deciduous and evergreen forests. Ecology 63: 66-74.

Janzon L. Å., B. G. Svensson & S. Erlandsson, 1991. Catalogus Insectorum Sueciae. Hymenoptera, Apoidea: 3. Megachilidae, Anthophoridae and Apidae. Ent. Tidskr. 112: 93-99.

Jarau,  S., M. Hrncir, R. Zucchi & F. G. Barth, 2000.  Recruitment behavior in stingless bees, Melipona scutellaris and M. quadrifasciata. I. Foraging at food sources differing in direction and distance. Apidologie 31(1): 81-91.

Jarau, S., M. Hrncir, R. Zucchi & F. G. Barth, 2004. A stingless bee uses labial gland secretions for scent trail communication ( Trigona recursa Smith 1863). Journal of Comparative Physiology A: Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology 190(2): 233-240.

Jarau, S., C. M. Schulz, M. Hrncir, W. Francke, R. Zucchi, F. G. Barth & M. Ayasse, 2006. Hexyl Decanoate, the First Trail Pheromone Compound Identified in a Stingless Bee, Trigona recursa. Journal of chemical ecology 32(7): 1555-1564. [Electronic Resource: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10886-006-9069-0].

Jardine, W. [Sir]. 1840. The naturalist’s library. Volume 6: Bees. Comprehending the uses and economical management of the honey bee of Britain and other countries, together with descriptions of the known wild species. W. H. Lizars, Edinburgh, 301 pages.

Jarman, J. 2007. Missouri honeybees may be in trouble. Ag connection 13(3). [Electronic Resource: http://extension.missouri.edu/agconnection/newsletters/is-07-03.htm#bees].

Jasiński, J., J. Prabucki, J. Wilde, J. Woyke, B. Chuda-Mickiewicz, M. Siuda., B. Madras, J. Samborski, J. Bratkowski, A. Jojczyk & B. Bąk, 2005. Badania nad czynnikami przyśpieszającymi czerwienie sztucznie unasienionych matek pszczelich II. [Investigations on factors accelerating oviposition of instrumentally inseminated queen bees II]. 42 Naukowa Konf. Pszczelarska, Puławy: 28-29.

Jasiński Z., J. Prabucki, J. Wilde, J. Woyke, B. Chuda-Mickiewicz, M. Siuda, B. Madres-Majewska, J. Samborski, J. Bratkowski, A. Jojczyk & B. Bąk, 2006. Badanie czynników umozliwiających przyśpieszenie czerwienia sztucznie unasienionych matek pszczelich III. [Study on factors accelerating oviposition of instrumentally inseminated queen bees III]. 43 Naukowa Konferencja Pszczelarska, Puławy 25-27. 04. 2006: 57-61.

Jasiński,  Z.,  J. Prabucki,  J. Wilde,  J. Woyke,  B. Chuda-Mickiewicz, M. Siuda,  B. Madras, J.  Samborski  & J. Bratkowski, 2004. Badania nad czynnikami przyspieszającymi czerwienie sztucznie unasienionych matek pszczelich I. [Investigations on factors accelerating oviposition  of instrumentally inseminated queen bees I].  41 Nauk. Konf. Pszczelarska, Puławy: 21-22.

Jasra, A. W., Sabira Ashfaq & M. A. Kasi, 2001. Apple pollination problems in Balochistan, Pakistan. International Journal of Agriculture and Biology 3(2): 210-213.

Jassim, O., Z. –Y. Huang & G. E. Robinson, 2000. Juvenile hormone profiles of worker honey bees during normal and accelerated behavioural development.  Journal of Insect Physiology 46(3): 243-249.

Jauker, F. & V. Wolters, 2008. Hover flies are efficient pollinators of oilseed rape. Oecologia 156(4): 819-823. [ER: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00442-008-1034-x].

Javorek, S. K., K. E. Mackenzie, S. P. Vander Kloet, 2002. Comparative pollination effectiveness among bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) on lowbush blueberry (Ericaceae: Vaccinium angustifolium). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 95(3): 345-351.

Jay, S. C. 1975. Factors influencing ovary development of worker honeybees of European and African  origin  [Apis mellifera adansoniiA. mellifera ligustica]. Canadian Journal of Zoology 53(10): 1387-1390.

Jay, S. C.  1981.  Requeening queenright honey bee colonies with queen cell or virgin queens. Journal of Apicultural Research 20(2): 79-83.

Jay, S. C. 1986. Spatial management of honey bees on crops. Annu. Rev. Entomol. 31: 49-65.

Jay, S. C. & D. Dixon,  1984.  Infertile and Nosema infected honeybees (Apis mellifera) shipped to western Canada.  Journal of Apicultural Research 23(1): 40-44.

Jay, S. C. &  D. H. Jay,  1983. Wax production by caged worker honeybees of European and tropical African origin  [Apis mellifera,  races, Kenya].           Journal of Apicultural Research  22(4): 229-231. 

Jay, S. C. & N. Mohr, 1988.  The effect of nest replacement on the production of females of the alfalfa leaf cutter bee, Megachile rotundata (F.). Journal of Apicultural Research 26(2): 69-72. 

Jay, S. C. & E. V. Nelson, 1973.  The effects of laying worker honey bees (Apis mellifera L.) and their brood on the ovary development of other worker honey bees.  Canadian Journal of Zoology 51(6): 629-632. 

Jaycox, E. R. 1964. Pollination of fruit trees by honey bees. American Bee Journal 9: 338-339.

Jaycox, E. R.  1976.  Does entomology need a boogeyman? [Agressive behavior of African honeybees].  Bulletin of the Entomological Society of America 22(2): 131-132.

Jean, R. P. 2005. Quantifying a rare event: pollen theft by honey bees from bumble bees and other bees (Apoidea: Apidae, Megachilidae) foraging at flowers. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 78(2): 172-175.

Jeanne, F. 2003a. Practical guidelines for beekeeping. Rearing. Queen introduction. Bulletin Technique Apicole (France) 30(2): 93-98. 

Jeanne, F. 2003b. Practical guidelines for beekeeping. Anatomy of honey bee. 8. The sting apparatus. (3rd edition). Bulletin Technique Apicole (France) 30(3): 145-148.

Jeanne, F. 2003c. Practical guidelines for beekeeping. Rearing. Drone rearing. Bulletin Technique Apicole (France) 30(3): 149-152. (In French).

Jedruszuk, A. 2000. The influence of V. jacobsoni infestation on occurrence and course of sacbrood disease. Medycyna Weterynaryjna 56(10): 667-671.

Jeliazkova, I. 2001. Effect of supplementary feeding with pollen substitute on hypopharyngeal glands of nurse bees (Apis mellifera L.). Zhivotnov"dni Nauki 38(2): 116-118.

Jeliazkova, I., M. Marinova & V. Peneva, 2001. Honey bee and their products as bio-indicators for environmental pollution. I. Study on mineral content of body of bee-workers received different doses of microelements with their food. Zhivotnov"dni Nauki 38(6): 37-40.

Jeliazkova, I. & P. Nenchev, 2001. Effect of complex vitamin preparation AD3E-HYDRO on development of bee families. Zhivotnov"dni Nauki 38(2): 119-121.

Jelinski, M. 2000. Acarine disease of bees (acariasis) in Poland during 1973 to 1975. Wiadomosci Parazytologiczne 46(2): 281-289.

Jell, P. A. & P. M. Duncan, 1986. Invertebrates, mainly insects, from the freshwater, Lower Cretaceous, Koonwarra Fossil Bed (Korumburra Group), South Gippsland, Victoria. Pp.111-205. In: P. A. Jell & J. Roberts (eds.), Plants and invertebrates from the Lower Cretaceous Koonwarra Fossil Bed, South Gippsland, Victoria. Memoir of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, Sydney. 205 pages.

Jensen, P. D., K. M. O’Neill & M. Lavin, 2003. Pollen provision records for three solitary bee species of Megachile Latreille and Heriades Spinola (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) in Southwestern Montana. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 105(1): 195-202.

Jervis, M. & L. Vilhelmsen, 2000.  Mouthpart evolution in adults of the basal, “symphytan”, hymenopteran lineages. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 60: 121-146. 

Jhajj, H. S. & N. P. Goyal, 1979. Comparative behaviour of pollen foragers of Apis cerana indica and Apis mellifera. Journal of Apicultural Research 18(4): 279-284.

Jianke, L. & W. Aiping, 2005. Comprehensive technology for maximizing royal jelly production. American bee journal 145(8): 661-664.   

Jimenez, D. R. & M. Gilliam, 1986. Ultrastructure and cytochemical localization of catalase and L-(alpha)-hydroxy acid oxidase in microbodies of honey bee midgut. American Bee Journal 126(12): 831.  

Jimenez, D. R. & M. Gilliam, 1988. Cytochemistry of peroxisomal enzymes in microbodies of the midgut of the honey bee, Apis mellifera. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology B. Comparative Biochemistry 90(4): 757-766.  

Jimenez, D. R. & M. Gilliam, 1988. Midgut trypsin secretion in the honey bee, Apis mellifera. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 23(Suppl.): 11.  

Jimenez, D. R. & M. Gilliam, 1996. Peroxisomal enzymes in the honey bee midgut. Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology 31(1): 87-103. 

Joerges, J., A. Küttner, C.G. Galizia & R. Menzel, 1995. Optical imaging otf the honeybee olfactory system. Pp. 349-349. In: N. Elsner & R. Menzel (eds), Learning and memory. Proceedings of the 23rd Göttingen Neurobiology Conference, Vol. 2. Stuttgart: Thieme Verlag.

Joerges, J., A. Küttner, C.G. Galizia & R. Menzel, 1997. Representation of odours and odour mixtures visualized in the honeybee brain. Nature 387: 285-288.

Johannes, S., P. M. Schlüter, T. F. Stuessy, H. F. Paulus, A. Günter & M. Ayasse, 2008. Scent variation and hybridization cause the displacement of a sexually deceptive orchid species. American journal of botany 95(4): 472-481.

Johannes, S., R. Twele, D. H. Erdmann, W. Francke & M. Ayasse, 2007. Comparison of the flower scent of the sexually deceptive orchid Ophrys iricolor and the female sex pheromone of its pollinator Andrena morio. Chemoecology 17(4): 231-233. [Electronic Resource: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00049-007-0383-y].

Johannsmeier, M. F.  1979.   Termite Trinervitermes trinervoides mounds as nesting sites for colonies of the African honeybee Apis  mellifera  adansonii, South Africa. South African Bee Journal 51(19): 11-14. 

Johansen, B. R. 1971. Estimation of crossing and tripping percentages in lucerne on the basis of seed set after hand and bee pollination. In: Ǻrsskrift Kongelige Veterinaer – og Llandbohøjskole.  Roy. Veter. a. Agric. Univ. Copenhagen  98-113.

Johansen, B. R & S. N. Holm, 1971. Cross-fertilization in lucerne in cages and the risk of interpopulation pollen transfer by bees. In: Ǻrsskrift Kongelige Veterinaer – og Llandbohøjskole.  Roy. Veter. a. Agric. Univ. Copenhagen  20-34.

Johansen, C. & M. Burgett, 1981. Honeybee diseases and their control. PNW - Pacific Northwest Cooperative Extension Publication - Oregon State University, Extension Service No. 198: 1-7.  

Johansen, C. & M. Burgett, 1983. Beekeeping. PNW - Pacific Northwest Cooperative Extension Publication - Oregon State University, Extension Service ( 1979, Rev.): 1-27.

Johansen, C. A. 1966a.  Solving bee poisoning problems on legume seed crops.  American Bee Journal 106(2): 128-129.

Johansen, C. A. 1966b. Digest on bee poisoning, its effects and prevention.  Bee World 47(1): 9-25.

Johansen, C. A. 1969. The bee poisoning hazard from pesticides. Washington State Univ., Pullman, Agricultural Experiment Station Circular No. 709: 1-14.

Johansen, C. A. 1971. How to reduce poisoning of bees from pesticides. Washington State Univ., Pullman,  Agric. Coop. Extension Services Publ. E. M. 3473: 1-6. 

Johansen, C. A. 1972. Toxicity of field-weathered insecticide residues to four kinds of bees.  Environmental Entomology 1(3): 393-394.

Johansen, C. A. 1977.  Pesticides and pollinators.  Annual Review of Entomology 22: 177-192.

Johansen, C. [A]., C. Baird, R. Bitner, G. Fisher, J. Undurraga & R. Lauderdale, 1979. Alfalfa seed insect pest management. Western Regional Extension Publication 0012.

Johansen, C. A. & J. D. Eves, 1966a. Parasites and nest destroyers of the alfalfa leaf-cutting bee. Washington State Univ., Pullman, Agricultural Experiment Station Circular No. 469: 1-12.

Johansen, C. A. & J. D. Eves, 1966b [Revised in 1967]. Enemies of the alfalfa leafcutting bee and their control. Washington State Univ., Pullman,  Agric. Coop. Extension Services Publ. E. M. 2631: 1-4.

Johansen, C. A. & J. D. Eves, 1967a. Toxicity of insecticides to the alkali bee and the alfalfa leafcutting bee. Washington State Univ., Pullman, Agricultural Experiment Station Circular No. 475: 1-15.

Johansen, C. A. & J. D. Eves, 1967b. Systematic insecticides as Lygus bug controls compatible with bee pollination on alfalfa.  Journal of Economic Entomology 60(6): 1690-1696.

Johansen, C. A. & J. D. Eves, 1967c. Enemies of the alfalfa leafcutting bee and their control.  Washington State Univ., Pullman,  Agric. Coop. Extension Services Publ. E. M. 2631: 1-4.  

Johansen, C. A. & J. D. Eves, 1969. Control of alfalfa leafcutter bee enemies. Washington State Univ., Pullman,  Agric. Coop. Extension Services Publ. E. M. 2631: 1-10.  

Johansen, C. A. & J. D. Eves, 1970. Management of alkali bees for alfalfa seed production. Rep. Pollination Conference, 9th, Hot Springs, Ark., University of Ark., Agr. Ext. Serv. MP 127: 77-79.

Johansen, C. A. & J. D. Eves, 1971. Control of alfalfa leafcutter bee enemies. Washington State Univ., Pullman,  Agric. Coop. Extension Services Publ. E. M. 2663: 1-10.  [Revised].

Johansen, C. A. & J. D. Eves, 1972. Acidified sprays, pollinator safety, and integrated pest control on alfalfa grown for seed. Journal of Economic Entomology 65(2): 546-551.  

Johansen, C. A. & J. D. Eves, 1973a. Effects of chilling, humidity and seasonal conditions on emergence of the alfalfa leaf-cutting bees.  Environmental Entomology 2(1): 23-26.

Johansen, C. A. & J. D. Eves, 1973b. Development of a pest management program on alfalfa grown for seed.  Environmental Entomology 2(4): 515-517.

Johansen, C. A., J. D. Eves & C. Baird, 1973. Control of alfalfa leafcutting bee enemies. Washington State Univ., Pullman,  Agric. Coop. Extension Services Publ. E. M. 2631: 1-10 [Revised].

Johansen, C. [A.], E. R. Jaycox & R. Hutt, 1963. Tlhe effect of pesticides on the alfalfa leafcutting bee Megachile rotundata. Washington State Univ., Pullman, Agricultural Experiment Station Circular No. 418: 1-12.

Johansen, C. A. & E. C. Klostermeyer, 1967 [Revised in 1973]. Suggestions for alfalfa leafcutting bee management. Washington State Univ., Pullman,  Agric. Coop. Extension Services Publ. E. M. 2775: 1-6 [Revised].  

Johansen, C. A. & E. C. Klostermeyer, J. D. Eves & H. S. Gerber, 1969. Suggestions for alfalfa leaf-cutter bee management. Washington State Univ., Pullman,  Agric. Coop. Extension Services Publ. E. M. 2775: 1-8.  

Johansen, C. A., M. D Levin, J. D. Eves, W. R. Forsyth, H. B. Busdicker, D. S. Jackson & L. I. Butler, 1965. Bee poisoning hazard of undiluted malathion applied to alfalfa in bloom. Washington Agriculture Experiment Station Circular No. 455.

Johansen, C. A. & D. F. Mayer, 1990. Pollinator Protection - A Bee & Pesticide Handbook. Wicwas Press, Cheshire/Connecticut, USA.

Johansen, C. A., D. F. Mayer & J. D. Eves, 1978.  Biology and management of the alkali bee, Nomia melanderi Cockerell (Hymenoptera: Halictidae).  Melanderia 28: 24-46.

Johansen, C. A., D. F. Mayer & J. D. Eves & C. W. Kious,  1983.  Pesticides and bees.  Environmental Entomology 12: 1513-1518.

Johansen, C. A., D. F. Mayer, A. Stanford & C. Kious, 1982.  Alkali bees: their biology and management for alfalfa seed production in the Pacific Northwest.  Pacific Northwest Cooperative Extension Bulletin PNW no.155: 1-19.

Johansen, C. [A.] & A. H. Retan, 1969. Tripping alfalfa leafcutter bees for fun and profit. Washington State Univ., Pullman,  Agric. Coop. Extension Services Publ. E. M. 3096: 1-2.

Johansen, C. A. & A. H. Retan, 1972. Insecticide toxicity to alfalfa-pollinating bees. Washington State Univ., Pullman,  Agric. Coop. Extension Services Publ. E. M. 2784 [Revised]: 1-2.

Johansen, C. A. et. al. 1979. Alfalfa seed insect pest management. U. S. Dep. Agric. Western Region Coop. Extension Publ. WREP 0012: 1-40.    

Johansson, I., B. G. Svensson, J. Tengo & G. Bergstrom, 1982. Systematic relationship of Halictinae bees based on the pattern of macrocyclic lactones in the Dufour gland secretion. Insect Biochemistry 12(2): 161-170.

Johansson, T. 1992. African bees and stings. American Bee Journal 132(5): 287-288.

Johnson, B. R. 2002. Reallocation of labor in honeybee colonies during heat stress: the relative roles of task switching and the activation of reserve labor. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 51(2): 188-196.

Johnson, B. R. 2003. Organization of work in the honeybee: a compromise between division of labour and behavioural flexibility. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Biological Sciences 270(1511): 147-152.

Johnson, B. R. 2008. Within-nest temporal polyethism in the honey bee. Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 62(5): 777-784. [Electronic Resource: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00265-007-0503-2].

Johnson, B. R. 2008. Global information sampling in the honey bee. Naturwissenschaften 95(6): 523-530. [Electronic Resource:
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Johnson, B. R. & N. Baker, 2007. Adaptive spatial biases in nectar deposition in the nests of honey bees. Insectes sociaux 54(4): 351-355. [Electronic Resource: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00040-007-0953-6].

Johnson, D. L. 1967. Communication among honey bees with field experience.  Animal Behaviour 15: 487-492.    

Johnson, D. L. 1967. Honey bees: Do they use the direction information contained in their dance maneuver?  Science  155: 844-847. 

Johnson, D. L. & A. M. Wenner, 1966 A relationship between conditioning and communication in honey bees.  Animal Behaviour 14: 261-265.

Johnson, D. L. & A. M. Wenner, 1970.  Recruitment efficiency in honeybees: Studies on the role of olfaction.  Journal of Apicultural Research 9: 13-18. 

Johnson, L. K. 1981. Effect of flower clumping on defence of artificial flowers by aggressive stingless bees. Biotropica 13: 151-157.

Johnson, L. K. & S. P. Hubbell, 1974. Aggression and competition among stingless bees: Field studies.  Ecology 55: 120-127. 

Johnson, L. K. & S. P. Hubbell, 1975.  Contrasting foraging strategies and coexistence of two bee species on a single resource.  Ecology 56: 1398-1406.

Johnson, K. S., F. A. Eischen & D. E. Giannasi, 1994. Chemical composition of North American bee propolis and biological activity towards larvae of greater wax moth (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae). Journal of Chemical Ecology 20(7): 1783-1791.

Johnson, M. D.  1979. Some notes on two species of stelidine bees from Indiana (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 81: 505+.

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