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Kaatz, H. H., S. Eichmüller & S. Kreissl, 1994. Stimulatory effect of octopamine on juvenile hormone biosynthesis in honey bees (Apis mellifera): Physiological and immunocytochemical evidence. J. Insect Physiol. 40: 865-872.

Kaatz, H. H., H. H. Hagedorn & W. Engels, 1985. Culture of honeybee organs: development of a new medium and the importance of tracheation. In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology 21(6): 347-352. 

Kaatz, H. H., H. Hildebrndt & W. Engels, 1992. Primer effect of queen pheromone on juvenile hormone biosynthesis in adult worker honey bees. Journal of Comparative Physiology B. Biochemical, Systematic and Environmental Physiology 162(2): 588-592.  

Kacelnik, A., A. I. Houston & P. Schmid-Hempel, 1986. Central-place foraging in honey bees: the effect of travel time and nectar flow on crop filling. Behvioral Ecology and Sociobiology 19(1): 19-24. 

Kaftanoglu, O. & Y. Peng, 1980a. A new syringe for semen storage and instrumental insemination of queen honeybees. Journal of Apicultural Research 19(1): 73-76.

Kaftanoglu, O. & Y. Peng, 1980b. A washing technique for collection of honeybee semen. Journal of Apicultural Research 19(3): 205-211.

Kaftanoglu, O. & Y. Peng, 1982. Effects of insemination on the initiation of oviposition in the queen honeybee. Journal of Apicultural Research 21(1): 2-6.

Kaitala, V., B. H. Smith & W. M. Getz, 1990.  Nesting stratagies of primitively eusocial bees.  A model of nest usurpation during the solitary state of the nesting cycle. J. Theor. Biol. 144(4): 445-472.

Kajobe, R. & D. W. Roubik, 2006. Honey-Making Bee Colony Abundance and Predation by Apes and Humans in a Uganda Forest Reserve. Biotropica 38(2): 210-218. [Electronic Resource: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1744-7429.2006.00126.x].  

Kak, S. C. 1991. The honey bee dance  language controversy.  The Mankind Quarterly  31: 357-365.

Kalev, H., S. Shafir, A. Dag, Y. Slabezki, H. Efrat & Y. Kamer, 2000. A comparison of various pollen supplements and pollen substitutes for improving honeybee nutrition. Yalkut Hamichveret 43: 91-103 (In Hebrew).

Kalinganire, A., C. E. Harwood,  M. U. Slee & A. J. Simons, 2001. Pollination and fruit-set of Grevillea robusta in western Kenya. Austral Ecology 26(6): 637-648.

Kalmus, H. & C. Smith, 1948. Production of pure lines in bees. Journal of Genetics 49: 153-158.

Kalnins,   M.  A.,   R.  S.   Boone  &  D.  I.   Gutzmer,  1990. Practical preservation procedures for beehive bodies. American Bee Journal 130(5): 337-340.  

Kalnins, M. A. & B. F. Detroy, 1984. Effect of wood preservative treatment of beehives on honey bees and hive products. Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry 32(5): 1176-1180.  

Kalnins, M. A. & E. H. Erickson, 1986. Extending the life of beehives with and without preservatives. American Bee Journal 126(7): 487-491.

Kambal, A. E., D. A. Bond & G. Toynbee-Clarke,  1976.  A study on the pollination mechanisms in field beans (Vicia faba L.). J. Agric. Sci., Cambridge 87: 519-526.

Kamei, A., K. Kosuge, K. Kosone & A. Kanayama, 2002. The habitation situation of the honeybee in Yokohama. Honeybee Science 23(1): 12-16.

Kamel, S. M., J. P. Strange & W. S. Sheppard, 2003. A scientific note on hygienic behavior in Apis mellifera lamarckii and A. m. carnica in Egypt. Apidologie 34(2): 189-190.

Kamenov, L. & U. Bashliiska,  1980.  Testing some technologies of raising bee-females. Zhivotnov’d. Nauki. 17(4): 80-85. [In Bulgarian with Russian & English summary.].

Kamikouchi, A., M. Morioka & T. Kubo, 2004. Identification of honeybee antennal proteins/genes expressed in a sex- and/or caste selective manner. Zool. Sci. 21: 53-62.

Kamikouchi, A., H. Takeuchi, S. Natori & T. Kubo, 2000. Concentrated expression of the genes for calmodulin kinase II and protein kinase C in the mushroom bodies of the honeybee Apis mellifara L. J. Comp. Neurol. 417: 501-510.

Kamikouchi, A., H. Takeuchi, M. Sawata, K. Ohashi, S. Natori & T. Kubo, 1998. Preferential expression of the gene for putative inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate receptor homologue in the mushroom bodies of the brain of the worker honeybee Apis mellifera L. Biochem. Biopys. Res. Commun. 242: 181-186.

Kamil, A. C. & T. D. Sargent (eds.), 1981.  Foraging behavior: ecological, ethological and psychological approaches. Garland STPM Press, New York.

Kaminski, L. A., K. N. Slessor, M. L. Winston, N. W. Hay & J. H. Borden, 1990. Honeybee response to queen mandibular pheromone in laboratory bioassays. Journal of Chemical Ecology 16(3): 841-850.

Kanbar, G. & W. Engels, 2004. Visualisation by vital staining with trypan blue of wounds punctured by Varroa destructor mites in pupae of the honey bee (Apis mellifera). Apidologie 35(1): 25-29.

Kandemir, I., M. Kence & A. Kence, 2000. Genetic and morphometric variation in honeybee (Apis mellifera L.) populations of Turkey. Apidologie 31(3): 343-356.

Kandemir, I., A. Ozkan & Mohammed G. Moradi, 2004. A scientific note on allozyme variability in Persian honey bees (Apis mellifera meda) from the Elburz mountains in Iran. Apidologie 35: 521-522.

Kandori, I. 2002. Diverse visitors with various pollinator importance and temporal change in the important pollinators of Geranium thunbergii (Geraniaceae). Ecological Research 17(3): 283-294.

Kang Seong Soo, Pak Sok Cheon & Choi Seok Hwa, 2002. The effect of whole bee venom on arthritis. American Journal of Chinese Medicine 30(1): 73-80.

Kanga, L. H. B., R. R. James & D. G. Boucias, 2003. Hirsutella thompsonii and Metarhizium anisopliae as potential microbial control agents of Varroa destructor, a honey bee parasite. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 81(3): 175-184.

Kannan, K. 1925.  Xylocopa and Hyperechia in India. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London 1925: 12-13.

Kapil, R. P. & J. S. Dhaliwal, 1968a. Defense of nest by the female of Xylocopa fenestrata Fab. (Xylocopinae, Hymenoptera). Insectes Sociaux 15(4): 419-422.

Kapil, R. P. & J. S. Dhaliwal, 1968b.  Biology of Xylocopa species. I. Seasonal activity, nesting behaviour and life cycle. Journal of Research, Punjab Agricultural University 5(3): 406-419.

Kapil, R. P. & J. S. Dhaliwal, 1969. Biology of Xylocopa species. II. Field activities, flight range and trials on transportation of nests. Journal of Research, Punjab Agricultural University 6(1): 262-271.

Kapil, R. P., G. S. Grewal & A. S. Atwal, 1970. Biology and nesting behaviour of Megachile lanata Fabricius. 22 International Beekeeping Congr. 1969:  449-458.

Kapil, R. P., G. S. Grewal, S. Kumar & A. S. Atwal, 1970. Insect pollinators and their comparative abundance. In: A. S. Atwal (ed.),  Insect pollinators of crops. Final reprot of the PL-480 Project No. A7-Ent-19. At P. A. U. Ludhiana.

Kapil, R. P. & S. Kumar, 1969.  Biology of Ceratina Binghami Cockerell (Ceratinini: Hymenoptera). Journal of Research, Punjab Agricultural University 6(2): 359-371.

Kapil R. P. & R. C. Sihag, 1981. Environmental interaction with endocrine functions in relation to social activities of bees. Indian Bee J. 43: 64-65.

Kapil, R. P. & R. C. Sihag, 1985. Storage and incubation in the management of alfalfa pollinating bee, Megachile flavipes Spinola. J. Apic. Res. 24(2): 199-202.

Kapila, R. K., H. B. Singh, J. K. Sharma, S. Lata & S. P. Thakur, 2002. Effect of insect pollinators on seed yield and its quality in radish (Raphanus sativus L.). Seed Research 30(1): 142-145.

Kaplan, J. K.  1990. The Africanized honey bees. Agricultural Research 38(12): 11 Apr.

Kaplan, J. K. 2004. What's buzzing with Africanized honey bees? Agricultural Research Washington 52(3): 4-8.

Kaplan, J. K. 2007. More buzz about a bad bee. Agricultural research 55(2): 4-7.

Kapustjanskij, A., M. Strinzer, M., H. F. Paulus & J. Spathe, 2007. Bigger is better: implications of body size for flight ability under different light conditions and the evolution of alloethism in bumblebees. Functional ecology

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Käpylä, M.  1978.  Bionomics of five wood-nesting solitary species of bees (Hym., Megachilidae), with emphasis on flower relationships.  Biol. Res. Rep. Univ. Jyväskylä 5: 3-89.

Karavaiev, V. 1926a. Beitraege zur Ameisenfauna des Kaukasus, nebst einigen Bemerkungen ueber andere palaearktische Formen. Konowia 5: 93-109.                                                            

Karavaiev, V. 1926b. Beitraege zur Ameisenfauna des Kaukasus, nebst einigen Bemerkungen ueber andere palaearktische Formen. (Fortsetzung). Konowia 5: 161-169.

Karavaiev, V. 1926c. Beitraege zur Ameisenfauna des Kaukasus, nebst einigen Bemerkungen ueber andere palaearktische Formen. (Schluss). Konowia 5: 187-199.

Karise, R., E. Viik & M. Mänd, 2007. Impact of alpha-cypermethrin on honey bees foraging on spring oilseed rape (Brassica napus) flowers in field conditions. Pest management science 63(11): 1085-1089. [Electronic Resource: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ps.1445].

Kasterberger, G.  1990.  The ocelli control the flight course of honey bees. Physiol. Entomol. 15(3): 337-346.

Kastberger, G., S. Radloff & G. Kranner, 2003. Individuality of wing patterning in Giant honey bees (Apis laboriosa). Apidologie 34(3): 311-318.

Kastberger, G. & D. K. Sharma, 2000.  The predator-prey interaction between blue-bearded bee eaters (Nyctyornis athertoni Jardine and Selby 1830) and giant honeybees (Apis dorsata Fabricius 1798). Apidologie 31(6): 727-736.

Kasturi Bai, A. R. & C. C. Reddy,  1977.  Laboratory toxicity of some insecticides to Apis cerana indicaJournal of Apicultural Research 16(3): 161-162.

Katayama, E. 1967. Some biological notes on Bombus ignitus Smith, with specieal reference to the nest structure (Hymenoptera, Apidae). Kontyû 35(4): 343-352.

Katayama, E. 1970.  Nests of Megachile tsurugensis Cockerell (Hymenoptera, Megachilidae) constructed within the webs of spiders. Kontyu 38(2): 162-167. [In Japanese].

Katayama, E. 1971. Observations on the brood development in Bombus ignitus (Hymenoptera, Apidae). I. Egg-laying habits of queens and workers. Kontyu 39(3): 189-203.

Katayama, E. 1973. Observations on the brood development in Bombus ignitus (Hymenoptera, Apidae). II. Brood development and feeding habits. Kontyu 41(2): 203-216.

Katayama, E. 1975. Egg laying habits and brood development in Bombus hypocrita (Hymenoptera, Apidae). II. Brood development and feeding habits.  Kontyû 43(4): 478-496.

Katayama, E. 1989.  Comparative studies on the egg-laying habits of some Japanese species of bumblebees.  Entomological Society of Japan, Occasional Publication No. 2: 1-161.

Katayama, E., H. Ochiai & K. Takamizaawa, 1990. Supplementary notes on nests of some Japanese bumblebees: II - Bombus ussurensis. Jpn. J. Entomol. 58(2): 335-346.

Kato, M. 1996.  Plant-pollinator interactions in the under story of a lowland mixed dipterocarp forest in Sarawak. American Journal of Botany 86: 732–743.

Kato, M. 2001. Present status of beekeeping in Argentina and Uruguay. Honeybee Science 22(1): 37-44.

Kato, M.  &  T. Inoue, 1994.  Origin of insect pollination. Nature 368: 195.

Kato, M., T. Itino & T. Nagamitsu, 1993. Melittophily and ornithophiliy of long-tubed flowers in Zingiberaceae and Gesneriaceae in West Sumatra. Tropics 2: 129–142.

Kato, M., T. Kukutani, T. Inoue & T. Itino, 1990. Insect-flower relationship in the primary beech forest of Ashu, Kyoto: An overview of the flowering phenology and the seasonal pattern of insect visits. Contributions from the Biological Laboratory, Kyoto University 27: 309-375.

Kato, M., D. W. Roubik & T. Inoue, 1992.  Foraging behavior and concentration preference of male euglossine bees.  Tropics 1: 259-264.

Kato, M.  &  T. Nagamitsu, 1995.  Floral and pollination biology of Gnetum (Gnetaceae) in a lowland mixed dipterocarp forest in Sarawak. American Journal of Botany 82: 862–868.

Kato, M., H. Yamada, H. Fujiyoshi, N. Kawai, H. Sugimoto, 2000. Field observation on source plants of Brazilian propolis. Honeybee Science 21(4): 169-178.

Katsarov, G. 1969.  Economical evalution and the estimation of the replacement of honey supply by sugar among the bee population.  Zhivotnovod Nauki. 6(5): 91-99. [In Russian with German & English summary.].

Katzav-Gozansky, T., R. Boulay, V. Soroker & A. Hefetz, 2006. Queen pheromones affecting the production of queen-like secretion in workers. Journal of comparative physiology A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology 192(7): 737-742. [Electronic Resource: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00359-006-0110-0].

Katzav-Gozansky, T., A. Hefetz & V. Soroker, 2001. Evolution of worker sterility in honey bees: Egg-laying workers express queen-like secretion in Dufour¹s gland. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 51: 588-589.

Katzav-Gozansky T., V. Soroker, M. Cojocaru,  D. H. Erdmann, W. Francke & A. Hefetz, 1997. Plasticity of caste specific dufour¹s gland secretion in the honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) Naturwissen. 84: 238-241.

Katzav-Gozansky, T., V. Soroker & A. Hefetz, 2002. Evolution of worker sterility in honey bees: egg-laying workers express queen-like secretion in Dufour's gland. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 51(6): 588-589.

Katzav-Gozansky, T., V. Soroker, W. Franke  A. Hefetz, 2003. Honeybee egg-laying workers mimic a queen signal. Insectes Sociaux 50(1): 20-23.

Katzav-Gozansky T., V. Soroker, A. Hefetz, 1997. The biosynthesis of Dufour¹s gland constituents in queens of the honeybee (Apis mellifera). Invert. Neurosci. 3: 239-243.

Katzav-Gozansky, T., V. Soroker & A. Hefetz, 2000. Plasticity in caste-related exocrine secretion biosynthesis in the honey bee (Apis mellifea).  J. Insect Physiol. 46: 993-998.

Katzav-Gozansky, T., V. Soroker & A. Hefetz, [In press]. The honeybee Dufour's gland - idiosyncrasy of a new queen signal. Apidologie.

Katzav-Gozansky, T., V. Soroker, F. Ibarra, W. Francke & A. Hefetz, 2001. Dufour¹s gland secretion of the queen honey bee: an egg discriminator pheromone or a queen signal?  Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 51: 76-86.

Katzav-Gozansky, T., V. Soroker, A. Ionescu, G. E. Robinson & A. Hefetz, 2001. Task related chemical analysis of worker honeybees labial gland secretion. Journal of Chemical  Ecology 27: 919-926.

Katzenelson, M. 1971. An Argentine bee firm maintains Italian bees in a region dominated by African bees. American Bee Journal 111(11): 422-423. 

Kauffeld, N. M., J. L. Williams, T. Lehnert & F. E. Moeller, 1972. Nosema control in package bee production--fumigation with ethylene oxide and feeding with fumagillin. American Bee Journal 112(8): 297-299, 301.

Kauffeld, N. M., T. Hernandez, J. Wright & S. Misaraca, 1978. Insects collected from cucumber plants during a pollination study.  J. Ga. Entomol. Soc. 13: 67-71.

Kauhausen, K. D. 1991. Discrimination of Apis mellifera carnica Poll from the other races of Apis mellifera L. Apidologie 22(2): 97-104.

Kauko, L., S. Honko & H. Vartiainen, 2003. Winter mortality and Nosema apis Z. The diagnostic value of nosema spore counts - a clinical approach. Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie-Sklodowska. Sectio DD, Medicina Veterinaria 58: 199-203.

Kaulen, P., J. Erber & P. Mobbs, 1984. Current source-density analysis in the mushroom bodies of the honeybee (Apis mellifera carnica). Journal of Comparative Physiology A. Sensory, Neural and Behavioral Physiology 154(4): 569-582.

Kaur, G. & R. C. Sihag, 1994. Effect of weather factors on the colony foraging of honeybee (Apis mellifera L.). Indian Bee. J. 56: 158-162.

Kawagoe, T. & N. Suzuki, 2002. Floral sexual dimorphism and flower choice by pollinators in a nectarless monoecious vine Akebia quinata (Lardizabalaceae). Ecological Research 17(3): 295-303.

Kawakita, A., T. Sota, J. S. Ascher, M. Ito, H. Tanaka & M. Kato, 2003. Evolution and phylogenetic utility of alignment gaps within intron sequences of three nuclear genes in bumble bees (Bombus). Molecular Biology and Evolution 20(1): 87-92.

Kawall, _. 1870.  [Swarming in honey-bees.]. Stettiner Entomologische Zeitung 31: 110.

Kawano, S., J. Masuda & K. Hayashi, 2008. Life-history monographs of Japanese plants. 10: Fritillaria koidzumiana Ohwi (Liliaceae). Plant Species Biology 23(1): 51-57. [Electronic Resource: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1442-1984.2008.00208.x].

Kawecki, T. J. 1991. Sex linked attruism : A stepping-stone in the evolution of social behaviour? J. Evol. Biol. 4(3): 487-500.

Kay, K. M., P. A. Reeves, R. G. Olmstead & D. W. Schemske, 2005. Rapid speciation and the evolution of hummingbird pollination in neotropical Costus subgenus Costus (Costa- ceae): evidence from nrDNA ITS and ETS sequences. American journal of botany 92(11): 1899-1910.

Kay, P. T., J. D. King & S. T. Hasiotis, 1997. Petrified Forest National Park Upper Triassic trace fossils yield biochemical evidence of phylogenetic link to modern bees (Hymenoptera, Apoidea) [abstr.] Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America, in Geological Society of America, 1997 annual meeting. 29(6): 102.

Kay, P. T., J. King & S. T. Hasiotis, 1999.  Petrified Forest National Park Upper Triassic trace fossils yield biochemical evidence of phylogenetic link to modern bees (Hymenoptera, Apoidea).  Proc. First Intl. Palaeoentomol.Conf., Moscow 1998: 60.

Kaya, H. K., J. M. Marston, J. E. Lindegren & Y. S. Peng, 1982.  Low susceptibility of the honey bee, Apis mellifera L. (Hymenoptera: Apidae), to the entomogenous nematode, Neoaplectana carpocapsae Weiser. Environmental Entomology 11(4): 920-924.

Kaziev, T. I. 1964. Problems of nectar production of cotton and the role of honey bees in increasing its yield. 215 pages. Baku, Azerbaidzhan Goz. lzd. [In Russian.].

Kaziev, T. I. 1977.  Effect of bee pollination on the progeny of cotton.  Pp. 186-191. In: A. N.. Mel’nichenko 9ed.), Pollination of agricultural crops by bees. Kul’tur Publ. House, Ministry of Agriculture USSR, Moscow, 1960. [In Russian].

Kaznowski, A., B. Szymas, E. Jazdzinska, M. Kazimierczak, H. Paetz & J. Mokracka, 2005. The effects of probiotic supplementation on the content of intestinal microflora and chemical composition of worker honey bees (Apis mellifera). Journal of apicultural research 44(1): 10-14.

Kearns, C. A., D. W. Inouye & N. M. Waser, 1998. Endangered mutualisms: the conservation of plant-pollinator interactions. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 29: 83-112.

Keasar, T.  2000. The spatial distribution of nonrewarding artificial flowers affects pollinator attraction. Animal Behaviour 60(5): 639-646.

Keasar, T., E. Rashkovich, D. Cohen & A. Shimda, 2002. Bees in two-armed bandit situations: foraging choices and possible decision mechanisms. Behavioral Ecology 13(6): 757-765.

Keast, A., R. L. Crocker & C. S. Christian (eds.), 1959.  Biogeography and ecology in Australia.  Monograph of Biology, The Hague 8: 1-640.

Keeling, C. I., G. W. Otis,  S. Hadisoesilo & K. N. Slessor, 2001. Mandibular gland component analysis in the head extracts of Apis cerana and Apis nigrocincta. Apidologie 32(3): 243-252.

Keeling, C. I. & K. N. Slessor, 2005.  A scientific note on the aliphatic esters in queen honey bees. Apidologie 36(4): 559-560.

Keeling, C. I., K. N. Slessor, H. A. Higo & M. L. Winston, 2003. New components of the honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) queen retinue pheromone. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the United States of America 100(8): 4486-4491.

Keeling, C. I., K. N. Slessor, N. Koeniger, G. Koeniger & R. W. K. Punchihewa, 2000. Quantitative analysis of the mandibular gland components of the dwarf honey bee (Apis florea Fabricius). Apidologie 31(2): 293-300.

Kefuss, J. A. & W. P. Nye, 1970.     The influence of photoperiod on the flight activity of honeybees. Journal of Apicultural Research 9(3): 133-139.

Kehr, W. R.  1973.  Cross-fertilization of alfalfa as affected by genetic markers, planting methods, locations, and pollinator species. Crop Science 13(3): 296-298.

Keilbach, R.  1982.  Bibliographie und Liste der Arten tierischer Einschlüsse in fossilen Harzen sowie ihrer Aufbewahrungsorte.  Dtsch.  Entomol. Z. 29: 129-286.

Keim, C. N., C. Cruz-Landim,  F. G. Carneiro & M. Farina, 2002. Ferritin in iron containing granules from the fat body of the honeybees Apis mellifera and Scaptotrigona postica. Micron 33(1): 53-59.

Kelber, A. 2002. Pattern discrimination in a hawkmoth: innate preferences, learning performance and ecology. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Biological Sciences 269(1509): 2573-2577.

Kelber, A. & J. Zeil, 1990.  A robust procedure for visual stabilization of hovering flight position in guard bees of Trigona anguistula (Apidae, Meliponinae).  J. Agric. Sci. Finl. 62(1): 45-50.

Kelber, A. & J. Zeil, J. 1990. A robust procedure for visual stabilisation of hovering flight position in guarde bees of Trigona (tetragonisca) angustula (Apidae: Meliponinae). Journal of Comparative Physiology A. Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology 167(4): 569-577. [Repeat publication ?].

Kelber, A. & J. Zeil, J. 1997. Tetragonisca guard bees interpret expanding and contracting patterns as unintended displacement in space. Journal of Comparative Physiology A. Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology 181(3): 257-265.

Keller, L. 1993a.  Queen number and sociality in insectsOxford University Press, Oxford

Keller, L. 1993b.  The assessment of reproductive success of queens in ants and other social insects. Oikos 67: 177-180.

Keller, L. & P. Nonacs, 1993.  The role of queen pheromones in social insects: queen control or queen signal? Anim. Behav. 45: 787-794.

Kelley, K. M., A. C. Cameron, J. A. Biernbaum & K. L. Poff, 2003. Effect of storage temperature on the quality of edible flowers. Postharvest Biology and Technology 27(3): 341-344.

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Kells, A. R., J. M. Holland & D. Goulson, 2001. The value of uncropped field margins for foraging bumblebees. Journal of Insect Conservation 5(4): 283-291.

Kelly, C. & R. A. Morse, 1982. Honey production in mainland China. American Bee Journal 122(4): 268-269.

Kelner-Pillault, S. 1969a. Abeilles fossiles ancetres des apides sociaux.  Proc. VI Congr. IUSSI, Bern 1969: 85-93.

Kelner-Pillault, S. 1969b. Les abeilles fossiles.  Dalle Mem. Soc. Entomol. Ital. 48: 519-534.

Kelner-Pillault, S. 1970a. L’ambre Balte et sa faune entomologique avec description de deux apoides nouveaux. Annales de Société Entomologische France (N.S.) 6: 3-24.

Kelner-Pillault, S. 1970b. Une melipone (s.l.) de l’ambre Balte. Annales de Société Entomologische France (N.S.) 6: 437-441.

Kelner-Pillault, S. 1974. État d’évolution des apides de l’ambre Balte. Annales de Société Entomologische France (N.S.) 10: 623-634.

Kemp, W. P. & J. Bosch, 1999.  Ecological bottlenecks in commercially managed populations of the alfalfa leafcutting bee. Proceedings of the 1998 Winter Conference of the Northwest Alfalfa Seed Growers Association, Inc. : 45-48.

Kemp, W. P. &  J. Bosch, 2000. Development and emergence of the alfalfa pollinator, Megachile rotundata (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America  93: 904-911.

Kemp, W. P. & J. Bosch, 2001. Bees in your backyard. American Bee Journal  March, 2001: 183-193.

Kemp, W. P. & J. Bosch, 2005. Effect of temperature on Osmia lignaria (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) prepupa-adult development, survival, and emergence. Journal of economic entomology 98(6): 1917-1923.

Kemp, W. P., J. Bosch & C. H. Vergara, 1998. Expanding the pollinator base for southern California avocados. Subtropical Fruit Newsletter 6:11-13.

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Kendall, D. A. 1973. The viability and compatibility of pollen on insects visiting apple blossom.  Journal of Applied Ecology 10: 847-853.

Kendall, D. A. & B. D. Smith, 1975. The pollinating efficiency of honey bee and bumble bee visits to field bean flowers.  Journal of Applied Ecology 12(3): 709-717.

Kenoyer, L. A. 1916. Pollination of economic plants. Iowa State Apiarist Report 1915: 24-30.

Kenrick, J., P. Bernhardt, R. Marginson, G. Beresford, R. B. Knox, I. Baker & H. G. Baker, 1987. Pollination-related characteristics in the mimosoid legume Acacia terminalis (Leguminosae). Plant Systematics and Evolution 157(1/2): 49-62.

Kent, R. B. 1989. The african honeybee in peru - An insect invader and its impact on beekeeping. Applied Geography  9(4): 237-257.

Kerfoot, W. B.  1967.  The lunar periodicity of Sphecodogastra texana, a nocturnal bee.  Animal Behaviour 15: 479-486.

Kerkvliet, J. D. &  H. A. J. Meijer, 2000.  Adulteration of honey: relation between microscopic analysis and   δ13 C measurements. Apidologie 31(6): 717-726.  

Kerr, H. T.  &  M. E. Buchanan, 1987. Acoustical identification of honey bees. American Bee Journal  127(12): 847.

Kerr, J. T. 1997. Species richness, endemism and the choice of areas for conservation. Conservation Biology 11:1094-1100.

Kerr, J. T. &  L. Packer, 1997. Habitat heterogeneity determines mammalian species richness in high energy environments. Nature 385: 252-254. 

Kerr, J. T., A. Sugar & L. Packer, 2000. Indicator taxa, rapid biodiversity assessment, and nestedness in an endangered ecosystem. Conservation Biology 14:1726-1734.

Kerr, W.  1992. Killer bees - The Africanized honey-bee in the americas - Winston, M. L. Tls-the Times Literary Supplement  92 SEP.11, 4667 10-Oct.

Kerr, W. E. 1946. Formation of the castes in the genus Melipona (Illiger, 1806). Anais da Escola Superior de Agricultura, Luiz de Queiroz, Univ. Sao Paulo 3: 299-312. [In Portuguese, English abstract, pp. 309-311.]

Kerr, W. E. 1948. Studies of the genera of Melipona. Anais da Escola Superior de Agricultura “Luiz de Queiroz”, Univ. Sao Paulo 5: 181-276. [In Portuguese; English summary, pp. 254-265.]

Kerr, W. E. 1950. Genetic determination of castes in the genus Melipona. Genetics 35:143-152.

Kerr, W. E. 1951. [Basis for the genetical studies of the populations of two Hymenoptera in general and two species of Apinae in particular. Anais da Escola Superior de Agricultura Luiz de Queiroz, Univ. Sao Paulo 8: 219-354. [ In Portuguese; English summary, pp. 336 - 342.]

Kerr, W. E. 1959. Bionomy of meliponids - IV- aspects of food gathering and processing in some stingless bees. Pp. 24-31. In: Symposium of food gathering behavior of Hymenoptera. Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y., U.S.A.

Kerr, W. E. 1960. Evolution of communication in bees and its role in speciation. Evolution 14: 386-387.

Kerr, [W.] E. 1964. Genetica des populcoes natural. Fitotechnica Latinoamericana 2: 73-90.

Kerr, [W.] E. 1967. Multiple alleles and genetic load in bees. J. apic. Res. 6: 61-64.

Kerr, W. E. 1969. Some aspects of the evolution of social bees.  Evolutionary Biology 3: 119-175.

Kerr, W. E. 1972a.  Number of chromosomes in some species of bees.  Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 45(1): 111-122.

Kerr, W. E. 1972b. Effect of low temperature on male meiosis in Melipona marginata. Journal of Apicultural Research 11(2): 95-99.   

Kerr, W. E. 1973a. Sun compass orientation in the stingless bees Trigona (Trigona) spinipes (Fabricius, 1793) (Apidae). An. Acad. Bras. Cienc. 45(2): 301-308.  

Kerr, [W.] E. 1973b. New approaches in the genetics and cytogenetics of bees. Pp. 182-192. In: Proceedings of the 7th International Congress, Int. Union for the Study of Soc. Insects. London.

Kerr, W. E. 1974. Advances in cytology and genetics of bees. Annual Review of Entomology 19: 253-268.   

Kerr, W. E. 1974. Sex determination in bees. III. Caste determination and genetic control in Melipona. Insectes Sociaux 21(4): 357-367.   

Kerr, W. E. 1975a. Evolution of the population structure in bees. Genetics 79(supplement): 73-84.  

Kerr, W. E. 1975b. Population genetic studies in bees (Apidae, Hymenoptera). 1. Genetic load. An. Acad. Bras. Cienc. 47(2): 319-334.  

Kerr, W. E. 1976a. Population genetic studies in bees. 2. Sex-limited genes. Evolution 30(1): 94-99.  

Kerr, W. E. 1979. Role of social bees in the Amazon region. Apicultura em Clima Quente 1978: 119-129.

Kerr, [W.] E. 1981. Bee genetics in Brasil. Newsletter from U.C. Apiaries, 3-8.p.

Kerr, W. E. 1987a.  Sex determination in bees. XVII.  Systems of caste determination in the Apinae, Meliponinae and Bombinae and their phylogenetical implications.  Revista Brasiliera de Genetica 10: 685-694.

Kerr, W. E. 1987b. Sex determination in bees. XXI. Number of xo-heteroalleles in a natural population of Melipona compressipes fasciculata (Apidae). Insectes Sociaux 34(4): 274-279.  

Kerr, W. E. 1994. Communication among Melipona workers (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Journal of Insect Behavior 7(1): 123-128.  

Kerr, W. E. 1998. As abelhas e o meio ambiente. XII Congreso brasileiro de Apicultura, Salvador, Bahia, Brasil: 27-30.

Kerr, W. E., Y. Akahira  & C. A. Camargo, 1975. Sex determination in bees. IV. Genetic control of juvenile hormone production in Melipona quadrifasciata (Apidae). Genetics 81(4): 749-756.   

Kerr, W. E. & M. G. de Almeida, 1981. Genetic studies of bee populations (Apidae, Hymenoptera). 3. Genetic load of Melipona scutellaris Latreille, 1811. Revista Brasileira de Biologia 41(1): 137-139.  

Kerr, E. & M. Barbiery, 1970.  Reproduction in African and Italian bees and their hybrids. Pp. 130-135. In: Congresso Brasiliero de Apicultura.

Kerr, W. E., M. Blum & H. M. Fales, 1981. Communication of food source between workers of Trigona (Trigona) spinipes. Revista Brasileira de Biologia 41(3): 619-623. 

Kerr, W. E., M. S. Blum, J. F. Pisani & A. C. Stort, 1974. Correlation between amounts of 2-heptanone and iso-amyl acetate in honeybees and their aggressive behaviour. Journal of Apicultural Research 13(3): 173-176.  

Kerr, W. E.  &  D. Bueno,  1970. Natural crossing between Apis mellifera adansonii and Apis mellifera ligustica. Evolution 24(1):  145-148.

Kerr, W. E. & R. A. da Cunha, 1976.  Taxonomic position of two fossil social bees (Apidae).  Rev. Biol. Trop. 24: 35-43.

Kerr, W. E., R. Cuhna & J. F. Pisani, 1978. Genetics of bee sex determination. XII. Application of numerical methods for grouping sexes and castes of Melipona quadrifasciata anthidioides Lep. (Apidae). Revista Brasileira de Biologia 38(2): 391-394.   

Kerr, W. E., S. D. L. Del Rio & M. D. Barrionuevo, 1982a. Geographic distribution of the africanized honeybee in their south limit. Ciencia e Cultura -  Sociedade Brasileira para o Progresso da Ciencia 34(11): 1439-1442.  

Kerr, W. E., S. de L. Del Rio & M. D. Barrionuevo, 1982b. The southern limits of the distribution of the Africanized honeybee in South America. American Bee Journal 122(3): 196, 198.

Kerr, W. E. & H. Esch, 1965.  Comunicação entre as abelhas socialis brasileiras e sua contribuição para o entendimento da sua evolução.  Ciencias e Cultura 17: 529-538.

Kerr, W. E. & W. Krause, 1950. Contribution for the knowledge of the bionomia of meliponini. I. Fecundação of the queen of Melipona quadrifasciata Lepeletiere (Hymenoptera, Apoidea). Dusenia 1:275-282.

Kerr, W. [E.] & H. Laidlaw, 1956. General genetics of bees. Advances in Genetics 8: 109-153.

Kerr, E. & H. Laidlaw, 1958. General genetics of bees. Advances in Genetics 8: 109-153.

Kerr, W. E. & E. de Lello, 1962.  Sting glands in stingless bees – a vestigial character.  Journal of the New York Entomological Society 70: 190-214.

Kerr, E. & R. Liviera, 1975. Honey bee behaviour. Behaviour Genetics 5: 331-335.

Kerr, W. E. & V. Maule, 1964.  Geographic distribution of stingless bees and its implications.  Journal of the New York Entomological Society 72: 2-17.

Kerr, E. & N. Morton, 1975. Population genetic studies in bees. 1. Genetic load. Anais de Academia Brasiliera de Cinecias 47: 319-334.

Kerr, E. & R. Nilsen, 1967. Sex determination in bees. Journal of Apicultural  Research 6: 3-9.

Kerr, W. E., G. A. Oak & V. Nascimento, 1996. (Organizadores) Uruçu Bee - Biology, handling and conservation, Collection, Handling of the wild life nº 2 - Foundation Acungaú, Belo Horizonte, MG, 144pp.

Kerr, W. E., J. F. Pisani &  D. Aily.  1967.  Aplicação de principios modernos a sistematica do genero Melipona Illiger, com a divisão em dois subgeneros.  Papéis Avulsos de Zoologia, São Paulo 20: 135-145.

Kerr, W. E., S. F. Sakagami, R. Zucchi, V.de Portugal Araújo & J. M. F. de Camargo, 1967. Observações sôbre a arquitetura dos ninhos e comportamento de algumas espécies de abelhas sem ferrão das vizinhanças de Manaus, Amazonas.  Atlas do Simposio sôbre a Biota Amazônica (Zoologia) 5: 255-309.

Kerr, W. E. & Z. V. da Silveira, 1972 [1971 ?]. Karyotypic evolution of bees and corresponding taxonomic implications. Evolution 26(2): 197-202.  

Kerr, W. E. & Z. V. da Silveira, 1974. A note on the formation of honeybee spermatozoa. Journal of Apicultural Research 13(2): 121-126.  

Kerr, W. E., R. Zucchi, J. T. Nakadaira  & J. E. Butolo, 1962. Reproduction in the social bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Journal of the New York Entomological Society LXX: 265-276.

Kerzhner, I. M. 1972. Nasekomye Mongolii. Vyp. 1 [Insects of Mongolia. Issue 1] Leningrad.  

Kerzhner, I. M. 1976. Nasekomye Mongolii. Vyp.4. [Insects of Mongolia. Issue 4] Leningrad.  

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Kerzhner, I. M. 1982. Nasekomye Mongolii. Vyp. 8 [Insects of Mongolia. Issue 8] Nauka, Leningrad.

Kevan, P. G. 1972a. Insect pollination of High Arctic Flowers. Journal of Ecology 60: 813-847.

Kevan, P. G. 1972b. Floral Colours in the High Arctic with reference to insect-flower relations and pollination. Canadian Journal of Botany 50: 2289-2316.  

Kevan, P. G. 1973. Flowers, Insects, and Pollination Ecology in the Canadian High Arctic. Polar Record 22: 667-674.

Kevan, P. G. 1974. Pollination, pesticides, and environmental quality. BioScience 24: 198-199.

Kevan, P. G. 1975a. Sun-tracking solar furnaces in high arctic flowers: significance for pollination and insects. Science, Washington 189: 723-726. 

Kevan, P. G. 1975b. Forest application of the insecticide Fenitrothion and its effect on wild bee pollinators (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) of Lowbush Blueberries (Vaccinium spp.) in southern New Brunswick, Canada. Biological Conservation 7: 301-309.

Kevan, P. G. 1975c. Pollination and environmental conservation. Environmental Conservation 2: 293-298.

Kevan, P. G. 1975d. Forest application of the insecticide Fenitrothion and its effects on wild bee pollinators (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) of lowbush blueberries (Vaccinium spp.) in southern New Brunswick, Canada. Biological Conservation 7: 301-309.

Kevan, P. G. 1977.  Blueberry crops in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick – pesticides and crop reductions.  Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 25: 61-64.

Kevan, P. G. 1978.  Alternative pollinators for Ontario’s crops.  Proc. Entomol. Soc. Ontario 118: 109-170.

Kevan, P. G. 1987a. Texture sensitivity in the life of honeybees. Pp. 96-101. In: R. Menzel and A. Mercer (Eds.). Neurobiology and Behavior of Honeybees. Springer Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, London, Paris, Tokyo

Kevan, P. G. 1987b. Pesticides and Bees: A legal case from England with relevance to Canada. Canadian Beekeeping 13(9): 208.

Kevan, P. G. 1987c. Alfalfa leafcutter bees and the Ontario alfalfa growers. Canadian Beekeeping 13(4): 81.

Kevan, P. G. 1987d. Alfalfa leafcutter bees and the Ontario alfalfa growers. The Sting (Newsletter of the Ontario Beekeepers' Association) 5(2): 20. 

Kevan, P. G. 1987e. Alternative pollinators for Ontario's crops: prefatory remarks to papers presented at a workshop held at the University of Guelph, April 12, 1986. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Ontario 118: 109-110 [1988]. 

Kevan, P. G. 1989. How honey bees forage for pollen at skunk cabbage (Symplocarpus foetidus (L.) (Nutt.) (Araceae). Apidologie 20: 485-490. 

Kevan, P. G. 1990. How large bees, Bombus and Xylocopa (Apoidea: Hynmenoptera) forage on trees. Ethology, Ecology and Evolution 2: 233-242. 

Kevan, P. G. 1992a. Honey bees (Apis mellifera: Hymenoptera: Apidae) and fonofos on sweet corn (Zea mays: Poaceae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Ontario 122: 35-40. 

Kevan, P. G. 1992b. Skunk cabbage: An early source of pollen. Canadian Beekeeping 16: 221-222. 

Kevan, P. G. 1994a. Pollination in modern agriculture: changing practices; new and hybrid crops. Pp. 398-409. In: L. J. Conner, T. Rinderer, A. Sylvester & S. Wongsiri (eds.), Asian Apiculture. Wicwas Press, Cheshire, CT. 

Kevan, P. G. 1994b. Wind or insects: pollination of Coconut Cocos nucifera in the Maldive Islands. Pp. 372-377. In:  L. J. Conner, T. Rinderer, A. Sylvester & S. Wongsiri (eds.), Asian Apiculture. Wicwas Press, Cheshire, CT. 

Kevan, P. G. 1995a. Introductory apiculture: 102 years young and more students than anywhere. American Bee Journal 135(3): 185-187.

Kevan, P. G. 1995b. Bee botany: Pollination, foraging and floral calendars. Pp. 113-116. In: P. G. Kevan (Ed.), The Asiatic Hive Bee: Apiculture, Biology and Role in Sustainable Development in Tropical and Subtropical Asia. Enviroquest Ltd., Cambridge.

Kevan, P. G. 1995c. Insect pollination of economically important plants of tropical and sub-tropical Asia.Pp. 129-134. In: P. G. Kevan (Ed.), The Asiatic Hive Bee: Apiculture, Biology and Role in Sustainable Development in Tropical and Subtropical Asia. Environquest Ltd., Cambridge.  

Kevan, P. G. 1995d. Integrating science and development to successful apiculture. Pp. 251-256. In: P. G. Kevan (Ed.), The Asiatic Hive Bee: Apiculture, Biology and Role in Sustainable Development in Tropical and Subtropical Asia. Enviroquest Ltd., Cambridge. pp. 251-256. 

Kevan, P. G. (Ed.) 1995e. The Asiatic Hive Bee: Apiculture, Biology and Role in Sustainable Development in Tropical and Subtropical Asia. Enviroquest Ltd., Cambridge. 315 pages. 

Kevan, P. G. 1997. Honeybees for better apples and much higher yields: study shows pollination services pay dividends. Canadian Fruitgrower (May 1997): 14, 16.

Kevan, P. G. 1999. Pollinators as bioindicators of the state of the environment: species, activity and diversity. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 74: 373-393.  

Kevan, P. G. & H. G. Baker, 1983. Insects as flower visitors and pollinators. Annual Review of Entomology 28: 407-453.

Kevan, P. G., S. L. Buchmann & K. E. MacKenzie, 2005. Frugivory by bumble bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Bombus). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 78(1): 80-81. 

Kevan, P. G. & R. Bye, 1982. Comb honey production without foundation in Mexico. American Bee Journal 112: 356-357.

Kevan P. G.,  L. Chittka &  A. G. Dyer,  2001.  Limits to the Salience of ultraviolet: lessons from colour vision in bees and birds.  The Journal of Experimental Biology  204: 2571-2580.

Kevan, P. G., E. A. Clark & V. G. Thomas, 1990. Insect pollinators and sustainable agriculture. American Journal of Alternative Agriculture 5: 13-22.

Kevan, P. G. & M. Collins, 1974. Bees, blueberries, birds and budworms. Osprey 5: 54-62. 

Kevan, P. G.,  D. L. Collins-Thompson, D. Eisikowitch  &  M. A. Lachance, 1989. Milkweeds, pollinators and yeasts: a system for potential biocontrol of milkweed seed production. Highlights of Agricultural Research in Ontario 12(3): 21-24.

Kevan, P. G. & T. Ebert, 2005. Can almond nector & pollen poison honey bees? American bee journal 145(6): 507-509.

Kevan, P. G., M. A. Hannan, N. Ostiguy & E. Guzman-Novoa, 2006. A summary of the Varroa-virus disease complex in honeybees. American bee journal 146(8): 694-697.  

Kevan, P. G., M. Giurfa & L. Chittka, 1996. Why are there so many and so few white flowers? Trends in plant science 1: 280-284.

Kevan, P. [G]., C. F. Greco & S. Belaoussoff, 1997. Log-normality of biodiversity and abundance in diagnosis and measuring of ecosystemic health: pesticide stress on pollinators on blueberry heaths. Journal of Applied Ecology 34: 1122-1136.

Kevan, P. G., N. Y. Hussein, N. Hussey & M. B. Wahid, 1986. Modelling the use of Elaeidobius kamerunicus for pollination of oil palm. Planter, Malaysia 62: 89-99.

Kevan, P. G., V. Imperatriz-Fonseca, G. W. Frankie, C. O'Toole, C. H. Vergara & T. Feltz, (eds.) 2001. Pollinating bees: the conservation link between agriculture and nature. International Bee Research Association, Cardiff, UK. (In press).

Kevan, P. G.,  P. Kelly & B. Rathwell, 1989. Producing centrifugable honeycomb without foundation: the waxed-wire method and possible value for Varroa and Africanized bee problems. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Apiculture in Tropical Climates, Cairo, Egypt. [6-10 November 1988]. International Bee Research Association: 345.

Kevan, P. G. & W. E. LaBerge, 1979.  Demise and recovery of native pollinator populations through pesticide use and some economic implications. Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Pollination. Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station Special Miscellaneous Publication No. 1: 489-508.

Kevan, P. G. & M. A. Lane, 1985. Flower petal microtexture is a tactile cue for bees.  Proceedings of the National Academy of sciences of USA 82(14): 4750-4752.

Kevan, P. G. &  M. A. Lane, 1986. Bees can distinguish plant species by microscopic textural features on petals. Honeybee Science 7(4): 145-150.

Kevan, P. G. & T. M. Laverty, 1990. A brief survey and caution about importing alternative pollinators into Canada. Varroa can survive outside the hive and away from honey bees. Canadian Beekeeping 15: 176-177. 

Kevan, P. G., T. W. Laverty & H. A. Denmark, 1991. Association of Varroa jacobsoni with organisms other than honey bees and implications for its dispersal. Bee World 71: 119-121. 

Kevan, P. G., H. Lee & R. [W]. Shuel, 1992a. Sugar ratios in nectar of varieties of canola (Brassica napus). Journal of Apicultural Research 30: 99-102.

Kevan, P. G., H. Lee & R. W. Shuel, 1992b. Why honey from canola granulates: sugar ratios in nectar and glucose to water ratios in honey. Canadian Beekeeping 17: 35-38. 

Kevan, P. G., N. A. Mohr & G. Gambles, 1985. Bees for blueberries in northern Ontario. The Sting (Newsletter of the Ontario Beekeepers' Association) 3(4): 17-18.

Kevan, P. G., R. A. Morse & P. Akratanakul, 1984. Proceedings of Expert Consultation on Beekeeping with Apis mellifera in Tropical and Sub-Tropical Asia. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome. 238 pages. 

Kevan, P. G. & E. B. Oppermann, 1980. Blueberry production in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Maine: reply to Wood et al. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 28: 81-84.  

Kevan, P. G., G. W. Otis & R. H. Coffin, 1986. Is Sevin XLR less hazardous for honeybees than other Sevin Formulations? Experiments on blooming canola in Ontario. Canadian Beekeeping 12: 225-226. 

Kevan, P. G., G. W. Otis, R. H. Coffin, M. F. Whitford & L. A. Elder, 1984. Hazards of Carbaryl formulations to caged honeybees foraging on flowering canola (Brassica napus) in Ontario. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Ontario 115: 49-54.[1985]. 

Kevan, P. G. & T. Phillips, 2001. The economics of pollinator declines: assessing the consequences. Conservation Ecology 5(1): 8 [online] URL: http://www.consecol.org/vol5/iss1/art8.

Kevan, P. G. & R. C. Plowright, 1995. Impact of pesticides on forest pollination. Pp. 607-618. In: J. A. Armstrong & W. G. H. Ives (ed.), Forest insect pests in Canada. Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, Science and Sustainable Development Directorate, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.  

Kevan, P. G., R. W. K. Punchihewa & C. F. Greco, 1995. Foraging range of Apis cerana and its implications for honey production and apiary management. Pp. 223-228. In: P. G. Kevan (Ed.), The Asiatic Hive Bee: Apiculture, Biology and Role in Sustainable Development in Tropical and Subtropical Asia. Enviroquest Ltd., Cambridge.

Kevan, P. G. & G. M. Roberts, 1995. A North American evaluation of the Strainaway® honey filtration apparatus. American Bee Journal 135: 494-497. 

Kevan, P. G. & G. M. Roberts, 1996. A Canadian evaluation of the Strainaway© honey filtration apparatus. Canadian Beekeeping 19(2): 38-40.

Kevan, P. G., S. D. St. Helens & I. Baker, 1983. Honeybees feeding from honeydew exudate of diseased Gambel's oak in Colorado. Journal of Apicultural Research 22: 53-56.

Kevan, P. G., W. Straver, M. Offer & T. M. Laverty, 1992.  Pollination of greenhouse tomatoes by bumble bees in OntarioProceedings of the Entomological Society of Ontario 122: 15-19.

Kevan, P. G., J. C. Sutton, L. Tam, M. awi Al-Mazra’, G. Boland, B. Broadbent, S. V. Thomson & G. J. Brewer,  2001.  Bees as vectors for biological control agents. Pp. 303-306. In:  Proceedings of the VIIth International Conference on Tropical Bees: Management and Diversity, Thailand 

Kevan, P. G., R. W. Thorp, D. L. Briggs, J. R. Estes & E. H. Erickson, 1976. Fluorescent nectar. Science 194(4262): 341-342.  

Kevan, S. D., M. E. Nasr & P. G. Kevan,  1999.  Feeding menthol to honeybees (Hymenoptera: Apidae): entry and persistence in haemolymph without causing mortality.  The Canadian Entomologist 131: 279-281.

Keys, R. N.,  S. L. Buchmann & S. E. Smith, 1995. Pollination Efficiency of Insects Foraging on Prosopis velutina in southeastern Arizona. Journal of Applied Ecology 32: 519 - 527.

Kezic, N., D. Bubalo & M. Drazic, 2003. Grey honey bee keeping in Croatia. Pp. 89-91. In Mladenovic, M. (Ed.), [Quality of honeybee products and honeybee selection: collection of plenary and scientific papers: 11th scientific conference with international participation, Belgrade - Zemun [Serbia&Montenegro], Februar 8-9, 2003]. Kvalitet pcelinjih proizvoda i selekcija medonosne pcele: zbornik plenarnih i naucnih radova: 11. naucno savetovanje sa medjunarodnim ucescem, Beograd - Zemun [Srbija&Crna Gora], 8-9. februar, 2003. godine. Beograd - Zemun (Serbia and Montenegro). Poljoprivredni fakultet. 2003. 100 p. (In Serbian).

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Khaled, M. E. Elawdan, El-Kobra Mehalla,  2000. A new trend in management of Malignant Gliomas: case report4th Congress of European Association of Neuro-Oncology, Copenhagen, Denmark, June 2000. Neuro-Oncology Journal 2(1): S51. (Abstract.).

Khaled,  M. E. Elawdan  & Ezzat A. El-Drieny,  2000.  In vitro study of the effect of various types of honey and bee pollen upon different malignant cell lines.  4-th Congress of European Association of Neuro-Oncology, Copenhagen, Denmark, June 2000 (Neuro-Oncology Journal 2(1): S52.) (Absract.).

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Khanbash, M. S. 2001. Population dynamics of Varroa jacobsoni mites on honeybee colonies in Yemen. University of Aden. Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences 5(1): 111-118.

Khater, A. M.,  I. M. A. Ebadah & S. I. Y. Khalil, 2001. The seasonal activity of oriental wasp, Vespa orientalis L. populations attacking honeybee colonies. Arab Universities Journal of Agricultural Sciences (Egypt) 9(1): 447-455.

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Kuhlmann, M. & F. J. Ortiz-Sánchez, 2005. First record of Colletes sierrensis Frey-Gessner, 1901 in the Iberian Peninsula (Hymenoptera, Apoidea, Colletidae). Boletín Asociación española Entomología 29 (1-2): 139-140.

Kuhn, E. D. & J. T. Ambrose, 1982. Foraging behavior of honey bees on ‘Golden Delicious’ and ‘Delicious’ apple. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 107(3): 391-395.

Kuhn, E. D. & J. T. Ambrose, 1983. Foraging behaviour of honeybees on golden delicious apple. Journal of Apicultural Research 22(2): 91-93.

Kuhn, E. D. & J. T. Ambrose, 1984. Pollination of ‘Delicious’ apple by megachilid bees of the genus Osmia (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 57(2): 169-180. 

Kuhnert, M. 1991. Demonstrations of new techniques using instrumental insemination. Apiacta 26: 2-7.

Kuhnert, M., M. Carrick & L. Allan, 1989. Use of homogenized drone semen in a bee breeding program in Western Australia. Apidologie 20(5): 371-381.

Kuhnert, M. & H. Laidlaw, 1994. Simplified apparatus for instrumental insemination of queen bees with the flexible insemination technique. Apidologie 25: 144-154.

Kuhnholz,  S. & T. D. Seeley, 1997. The control of water collection in honey bee colonies. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiolgy 41(6): 407-422.

Kukovica, I. 1966. A study of the reproductive capacity, foraging behavior and environmental adaptability of the leaf-cutting bee Megachile rotundata (Fabr.) in Southern Ontario. M.Sc. Thesis, Univ. of Guelph, Guelph (Ontario). 210 pages.

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Kukuk, P. F. 1989. Dispersal of males of the primitively eusocial sweat bee Dialictus zephyrum within a small nest aggregation. Sociobiology 15: 1-7.

Kukuk, P. F. 1997.  Male dimorphism in Lasioglossum (Chilalictus) hemichalceum: The role of larval nutrition.  Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 69 (1996 suppl.): 147-157.

Kukuk, P. F. 2002. Nest reuse in a communal halictine bee, Lasioglossum (Chilalictus) hemichalceum (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 75(1): 3-7.  

Kukuk, P. F., M. D. Breed, A. Sobti & W. J. Bell, 1977. The contributions of kinship and conditioning to nest recognition and colony member recognition in a primitively eusocial bee, Lasioglossum zephyrum (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 2(3): 319-327.

Kukuk, P. F. & R. H. Crozier, 1990.  Trophallaxis in a communal halictine bee Lasioglossum erythrurumProceedings of the National Academy of Science U.S.A. 87(14): 5402-5404.

Kukuk, P. F., R. H. Crozier, D. R. R. Smith, G. C. Eickwort & B. P. May, 1987. The population structure of a primitively eusocial sweat bee, Lasioglossum (Dialictus) zephrum. Page 384.  In: J. Eder & H. Bembold (eds.),  Chemistry and biology of social insects. Verlag J. Peperny, Munich, Germany.  

Kukuk, P. F. & P. C. Decelles, 1986.  Behavioral evidence for population structure in Lasioglossum (Dialictus) zephyrum female dispersion patterns.  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 19(4): 233-239. 

Kukuk, P. F., G. C. Eickwort & B. May, 1987. Multiple maternity and multiple paternity in first generation brood from single foundress colonies of the sweat bee Dialictus zephyrus (Hymenoptera : Halictidae). Insectes Sociaux 34(2): 131-135. 

Kukuk, P. F., G. C. Eickwort, M. Raveret-Richter, B. Alelxander, R. Gibson, R. A. Morse & F. L. W. Ratnieks, 1989.   Importance of the sting in the evolution of sociality in the Hymenoptera. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 82(1): 1-5. 

Kukuk, P. F., G. C. Eickwort & F. R. Wesley, 1985.  Mate-seeking behavior of Dufourea novaeangliae (Hymenoptera:Halictidae:Dufoureinae): the effects of resource distribution. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 58(1): 142-150. 

Kukuk, P. F. & B. May, 1985. A re-examination of genetic variability in Dialictus zephyrus (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Evolution 39: 226-228.  

Kukuk, P. F.  &  B. P. May, 1988.    Dominance hierarchy in the primitively eusocial bee Lasioglossum (Dialictus) zephyrum: is genealogical relationship important?  Animal Behaviour 36(6): 1848-1850. 

Kukuk, P. F. & B. May, 1990. Diploid males in a primitively eusocial bee, Lasioglossum (Dialictus) zephyrum (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Evolution 44(6): 1522-1528.  

Kukuk,  P.  F.  &  M.  Schwarz,  1987. Intranest behavior of the communal sweat bee Lasioglossum (Chilalictus) erythrurum (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 60(1): 58-64.

Kukuk, P. F. & M. P. Schwarz, 1988.  Macrocephalic male bees as functional reproductives and probable guards.  Pan-Pacific Entomologist 64(2): 131-137.

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Kulincevic, J. M. 1989. Variation in food consumed by caged worker bees from different colonies. Journal of Apicultural Research 28(1): 26-29.

Kulincevic, J. M. & T. E. Rinderer, 1988. Breeding honey bees for resistance to Varroa jacobsoni: analysis of mite population dynamics. Pp. 434-443. In: Needham, G.R. (ed.), Africanized honey bees and bee mites. E. Horwood, Chichester, West Sussex, England.

Kulincevic, J. M., T. E. Rinderer, V. J. Mladja & S. M. Buco, 1992. Five years of bi-directional genetic selection for honey bees resistant and susceptible to Varroa jacobsoni. Apidologie 23: 443-452.

Kulincevic, J. M., T. E. Rinderer & D. J. Urosevic,  1988. Seasonality and colony variation of reproducing and non-reproducing Varroa jacobsoni females in western honey bee (Apis mellifera) worker brood. Apidologie 19(2): 173-180.

Kulincevic, J. M. & W. C. Rothenbuhler, 1973. Laboratory and field measurements of hoarding behaviour in the honeybee. Journal of Apicultural Research 12(3): 179-182.  

Kulincevic, J. M. & W. C. Rothenbuhler, 1975. Selection for resistance and susceptibility to hairless-black syndrome in the honeybee. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 25(3): 289-295.  

Kulincevic, J. M. & W. C. Rothenbuhler, 1982. Selection for length of life in the honeybee (Apis mellifera). Apidologie 13(4): 347-352. 

Kulincevic, J. M. & W. C. Rothenbucher, 1989.  The effects of artificial infection with chronic bee paralysis virus on queens from strain of honey bee resistant or susceptible to hairless – black Syndrome. Journal of Apicultural Research 28(2): 79-80.

Kulincevic, J. M., W. C. Rothenbuhler & T. E. Rinderer, 1982. Disappearing disease. 1. Effects of certain protein sources given to honeybee colonies in Florida. American Bee Journal 122(3): 189-191.  

Kulinecvic, J. M., W. C. Rothenbuhler & T. E. Rinderer, 1983. Disappearing disease. II. Effects of certain protein sources on brood rearing and length of life in the honeybee under laboratory conditions. American Bee Journal 123(1): 50-53.   

Kulincevic, J. M., W. C. Rothenbuhler & T. E. Rinderer, 1984. Disappearing disease. III. A comparison of seven different stocks of the honey bee (Apis mellifera). Research Bulletin- Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center 1160: 1-21.  

Kulincevic, J. M., W. C. Rothenbuhler & G. R. Stairs, 1973. The effect of presence of a queen upon outbreak of a hairless-black syndrome in the honey bee. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 21(3): 241-247.  

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Kulincevic, J. M., G. R. Stairs & W. C. Rothenbuhler, 1970. Virus causing paralysis of adult honeybees in Ohio. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 16(3): 423-426.  

Kulincevic, J. M., V. C. Thompson & W. C. Rothenbuhler, 1974. Relationship between laboratory tests of hoarding behavior and weight gained by honey-bee colonies in the field. American Bee Journal 114(3): 93.  

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Kullenberg, B., G. Bergstrom & S. S. Stelnhagen, 1970. Volatile components of the cephalic marking secretion of male bumble bees. Acta Chem. Scand. 24(4): 1481-1485.

Kumar, Avdhesh & A. Lall, 1999. Morphometric studies on some bumble bee (Bombus) species from Northwest India. Indian Journal of Entomology 61(4): 376-383.

Kumar, Avdhesh & Prerna Chandel, 2002. Dstribution and zoogeographical affinities of the bumblebee species from Northwest Himalaya. Indian Journal of Entomology 64(2): 27-230.

Kumar, A., B. S. Rana & J. K. Gupta, 1998. Incidence and extent of damage by predatory wasps to honey bees at Solan, Himachal Pradesh. Pest Managemtn and Economic Zoology 6(1): 37-42.

Kumar, G., R. J. Lavigne, J. E. Lloyd & R. E. Pfadt, 1976. Insects of the central plains experiment range, Pawnee National Grassland.  Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Wyoming, Science Monograph No. 32: 1-74.

Kumar, J. 1988.  Insect pollinators in temperate fruits during bloom.  Journal of Tree Sciences 7(1): 38-40.

Kumar, J. & J. K. Gupta, 1993. Nectar sugar production and honey bee foraging activity in 3 species of onion (Allium species). Apidologie 24(4): 391-396.

Kumar, J., J. K. Gupta & G. S. Dogra,  1988a. Discovery of the ectoparasitic mite, Varroa jacobsoni on Apis mellifera L. in Himachal Pradesh, India. American Bee Journal 128(2): 124.

Kumar, J., J. K. Gupta & G. S. Dogra,  1988b. Pollination studies in some cultivars of cauliflower (Brassica oleracea var. botrytis L.). Indian Bee Journal 5(4): 93-95.

Kumar, J., R. C. Mishra & J. K. Gupta, 1985. The effect of mode of pollination on Allium species with observation on insects as pollinators. Journal of Apicultural Research 24(1): 62-66.

Kumar, J., R. C. Mishra & J. K. Gupta, 1989. Effect of honey bee pollination on onion (Allium cepa L.) seed production. Indian Bee Journal 51(1): 3-5. 

Kumar, J., R. C. Mishra & J. K. Gupta, 1993. Foraging activity and abundance of insect visitors to chicory (Cichorium intybus L.) in mid-hills of Himachal Pradesh, India. Indian Bee Journal 55(3/4) 31-36.

Kumar, J., R. C. Mishra J. K. Gupta & G. S. Dogra, 1985. Pollination requirements of some peach cultivars. Indian Bee Journal 47(1-4): 3-6.

Kumar, J., S. K. Patyal & R. C. Mishra, 1986. Evaluation of some essential oils as repellents to the Indian honeybee Apis indica. 1. Gustatory repellency and toxicity. Journal of Apicultural Research 25(4): 256-261.

Kumar, J., K. V. K. Rao & J. K. Gupta, 1994. Pollination efficiency of bees visiting blossoms of Brassica compestris L. var. toria in mid-hills of Himachal Pradesh, India. Indian Bee Journal 56(3/4): 202-206.

Kumar, J., K. V. K. Rao, P. R. Gupta & G. S. Dogra, 1989. Temporal distribution of bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) on spring flowering crops in midhills of Himachal Pradesh, India. Indian Bee Journal 51(2): 55-58.

Kumar, Manoj, Hari Chand, Ramashrit Singh &  M. S. Ali, 2002. Effect of different modes of honeybee pollination on oil content in seeds of sunflower (Helianthus annus L.). Journal of Entomological Research 26(3): 219-221.

Kumar, Manoj & Ramashrit Singh, 2001. Initiation-cessation and period of foraging activity of honeybees on sunflower. Journal of Entomological Research 25(2): 141-143.

Kumar, Manoj, R. Singh & Hari Chand, 2001. Effect of different modes of pollination on quantitative and qualitative characters in sunflower seeds (Helianthus annus L.). Shashpa 8(2): 157-160.

Kumar, Manoj, R. Singh & Hari Chand, 2002. Foraging activity of Apis cerana indica and Apis mellifera visiting sunflower (Helianthus annus L.). Shashpa 9(1): 31-34.

Kumar, Manoj, R. Singh & Hari Chand, 2003. Foraging rate and foraging speed of Apis cerana indica Fab. and Apis mellifera L. in Sunflower (Helianthus annus L.). Shashpa 10(1): 27-32.

Kumar, N., Hari Chand & Ramashrit Singh, 2001. Effect of method of grafting on queen production in Apis mellifera and Apis cerana indica. Shashpa 8(1): 47-49.

Kumar, N. R. & Shivali Kamal, 1999. Cytochemical characterisation of the royal jelly producing hypopharyngeal glands in honey bee. Pest Management and Economic Zoology 7(2): 111-114.

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