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Middendorff, A. T. von 1851. Reise in den Äussersten Norden und Osten Sibiriens, während der Jahre 1843 und 1844 mit allerhöchster Genehmigung auf Veranstaltung der kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu St. Petersburg ausgeführt und in Verbindung mit vielen Gelehrten herausgegeben. Band II. Zoologie. Theil 1. 516 pp. St. Petersburg.

Middleton, W. 1916. Notes on Dianthidium arizonicum Rohwer. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 18: 193-195.

Midorikawa, K., A. H. Banskota, Y. Tezuka, T. Nagaoka, K. Matsushige, D. Message, A. A. G. Huertas & S. Kadota, 2001. Liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry analysis of propolis. Phytochemical Analysis 12(6): 366-373.

Midura, T. F.,  S. Snowden,  R. M. Wood,  S. S. Arnon, 1979. Isolation of Clostridium botulinum from honey. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 9(2): 282-283.

Miklos, G. L. G. & R. Maleszka, 2000. Deus ex Genomix. Nature Neurosci. 3: 424-425.

Milani, N. 2001.  Activity of oxalic and citric acids on the mite Varroa destructor in laboratory assays. Apidologie 32(2): 127-138.

Milani, N., G. D. Vedova & F. Nazzi, 2004. (Z)-8-Heptadecene reduces the reproduction of Varroa destructor in brood cells. Apidologie 35: 265-273.

Milde, J. [J]. 1981. Graded potentials and action potentials in the large ocellar interneurons of the bee. J. Comp. Physiol. 143: 427-434.

Milde, J. J. 1984. Ocellar interneurons in the honeybee. Structure and signals of L-neurons. J. Comp. Physiol. A 154: 683-693.

Milde, J. [J]. 1985. Circadian change of compound eye sensitivity is not governed by the ocelli in honeybees. Exp. Biol. 44: 241-245.

Milde, J. J. 1986. Characteristics of interneurons in the ocellar system of the honeybee. Exp. Biol. 46: 1-9.

Milde, J. & U. Homberg, 1984. Ocellar interneurons in the honeybee. Characteristics of spiking L-neurons. J. Comp. Physiol. A 155: 151-160.

Miles, M. & R. Dutton, 2000. Spinosad - a naturally derived insect control agent with potential for use in integrated pest management systems in greenhouses. Pp. 339-344. In: The BCPC Conference: Pests and diseases, Volume 1. Proceedings of an international conference, Brighton, UK, 13-16 November 2000.

Miles, M., M. Mayes & R. Dutton, 2002. The effect of spinosad, a naturally derived insect control agent to the honey bee (Apis mellifera). Mededelingen – Faculteit Landbouwkundige en Toegepaste Biologische Wetenschappen, Universiteit Gent. 67(3): 611-616.

Miliczky, E. R.  1985.  Observations on the nesting biology of Tetralonia hamata Bradley with a description of its mature larva (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae).  Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 58: 686-700.

Miliczky, E. R. & E. A. Osgood, 1979.  Insects visiting bloom of with-rod Viburnum cassinoides in the Orono, Maine, area. Entomological News 90: 131-134.

Miller, D. G. & F. L. W. Ratnieks, 2001. The timing of worker reproduction and breakdown of policing behaviour in queenless honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) societies. Insectes Sociaux 48: 178-184.

Miller, M. J. S., N. Vergnolle, W. McKnight, R. A. Musah, C. A. Davison, A. M. Trentacosti, J. H. Thompson, M. Sandoval, J. L. Wallace, 2001. Inhibition of neurogenic inflammation by the Amazonian herbal medicine sangre de grado. Journal of Investigative Dermatology 117(3): 725-730.

Miller, R. B. 1978.  The pollination ecology of Aquilegia elegantula and A. caerulea (Ranunculaceae) in Colorado.  American Journal of Botany 65: 406-414.

Milliron, H. E. 1960. Recognition of bumblebee type specimens, with notes on some dubious names (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society 55: 87-99.

Milliron, H. E. 1961. Revised classification of the bumblebees - a synopsis (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 34: 49-61.

Milliron, H. E. 1962. Taxonomic notes on some American bumblebees (Hymenoptera: Apidae; Bombinae). Canadian Entomologist 94: 728-735.

Milliron, H. E. 1970a. Pyrobombus (P.) cascadensis, an undescribed species of bumblebee from the Pacific northwest U.S.A. (Hymenoptera: Bombinae). Canadian Entomologist 102(3): 382-383.

Milliron, H. E. 1970b. A monograph of the western hemisphere bumblebees (Hymenoptera: Apidae; Bombinae). Bibliography. Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada 65: lii pp.

Milliron, H. E. 1971. A monograph of the western hemisphere bumblebees (Hymenoptera: Apidae; Bombinae). I. The genera Bombus and Megabombus subgenus Bombias. Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada 82: 1-80.

Milliron, H. E. 1973a. A monograph of the western hemisphere bumblebees (Hymenoptera: Apidae; Bombinae). II. The genus Megabombus subgenus Megabombus. Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada 89: 81-237.

Milliron, H. E. 1973b. A monograph of the western hemisphere bumblebees (Hymenoptera: Apidae; Bombinae). III. The genus Pyrobombus subgenus Cullumanobombus. Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada 91: 239-333.

Milliron, H. E. & D. R. Oliver, 1966. Bumblebees from northern Ellesmere Island, with observations on usurpation by Megabombus hyperboreus (Schönh.) (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Canadian Entomologist 98: 207-213.

Millor,  J.,  M. Pham-Delegue,  J.  L. Deneubourg  &  S.  Camazine, 1999. Self-organized defensive behavior in honeybees. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 96(22): 12611-12615.  

Milne, C. 1982. Honey bee hygienic behavior and resistance to chalkbrood. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 76: 384-387.

Milne, C. 1983. Laboratory measurement of honeybee brood disease resistance. 1. Uncapping and removal of freeze killed and live brood by newly emerged workers in laboratory test cages. Journal of Apicultural Research 21(2): 111-114.

Milne, C. 1983. Laboratory measurement of honeybee brood disease resistance. 2. Uncapping of freeze killed and live brood by newly emerged workers in cages. Journal of Apicultural Research 22(2): 115-118.

Milne, C. 1985. Estimates of the heritabilities of and genetic correlation between two components of honey bee hygienic behavior: uncapping and removing. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 78: 841-844.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1976. Morphogenetic fate map of prospective adult structures of the honey bee. Developmental Biology 48(2): 473-476.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1977.  An improved laboratory measurement of hoarding behavior in the honeybee. American Bee Journal 117(8): 502, 507.

Milne, C. P. Jr.  1980a. Laboratory measurement of honey production in the honeybee. I. A model for hoarding behaviour by caged workers. Journal of Apicultural Research 19(2): 122-126.

Milne,  C.  P.  Jr.  1980b.  Laboratory  measurement  of  honey  production  in the  honey bee. 2. Longevity or length of life of caged workers. Journal of Apicultural Research 19(3): 172-175.

Milne, C. P. Jr.  1980c. Laboratory measurement of honey production in the honey bee (Apis mellifera). 3. Pupal weight of the worker. Journal of Apicultural Rsearch 19(3): 176-178.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1981a. Laboratory measurement of honey production in the honeybee. 4. Relationship between responses on tests of hoarding, longevity or length of life and pupal weight of the worker. Journal of Apicultural Research 20(1): 28-30.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1981b. Laboratory measurement of honey production in the honeybee. 5. Relationship between weekly colony weight gains, and responses on tests of hoarding behaviour, longevity or length of life and pupal weight of the worker. Journal of Apicultural Research 20(1): 31-33.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1982a. Early death of newly emerged worker honeybees in laboratory test cages. Journal of Apicultural Research 21(2): 107-110.

Milne, C. P. Jr.  1982b. Laboratory measurement of brood disease resistance in the honeybee. 1. Uncapping and removal of freeze-killed brood by newly emerged workers in laboratory test cages. Journal of Apicultural Research 21(2): 111-114.   

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1983a. Honey bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) hygienic behavior and resistance to chalkbrood. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 76(3): 384-387.  

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1983b. Laboratory measurement of honeybee brood disease resistance. 2. Uncapping of freeze-killed and live brood by newly emerged workers in cages. Journal of Apicultural Research 22(2): 115-118.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1985a. An estimate of the heritability of the corbicular area of the honeybee. Journal of Apicultural Research 24(3): 137-139.

Milne, C. P. Jr.  1985b. An estimate of the heritability of worker longevity or length of life in the honeybee. Journal of Apicultural Research 24(3): 140-143.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1985c. Estimates of the heritabilities of and genetic correlation between two components of honey bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) hygienic behavior: uncapping and removing. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 78(6): 841-844.

Milne,  C.  P.  Jr. 1985d.  Estimating primordial cell numbers giving rise to honeybee adult structures. Journal of Apicultural Research 24(1): 7-12.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1985e.  Laboratory tests of honey bee hygienic behavior and resistance to European foulbrood. American Bee Journal 125(8): 578-580.  

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1985f.  The need for using laboratory tests in breeding honeybees for improved honey production. Journal of Apicultural Research 24(4): 237-242.

Milne, C. P. Jr. 1991. Beekeeping and genetic engineering. American Bee Journal 131(3): 186-189.

Milne, C. P. Jr. & G. W. Friars,  1984. An estimate of the heritability of honeybee pupal weight. Journal of Heredity 75(6): 509-510.  

Milne, C. P. Jr., R. L. Hellmich & K. J. Pries, 1986. Corbicular size in workers from honeybee lines selected for high or low pollen hoarding. Journal of Apicultural Research 25(1): 50-52.

Milne,   C.   P.   Jr.,  G.  W.  Otis,   F.  A.  Eischen   &   J.  M.  Dormaier,   1991. A comparison of tracheal mite resistance in two commercially available stocks of honey bees.  American Bee Journal 131(11): 713-718.

Milne,  C.  P.  Jr.,  J.  P.  Phillips  &  P.  J.  Krell,   1988a. Microinjection of early honeybee embryos. Journal of Apicultural Research 27(2): 84-89.

Milne, C. P. Jr., J. P. Phillips  & P. J. Krell,  1988b.  A photomicrographic study of worker honeybee embryogenesis. Journal of Apicultural Research 27(2): 69-83.

Milne, C. P. Jr. & K. J. Pries, 1984.  Honeybee corbicular size and honey production. Journal of Apicultural Research 23(1): 11-14.

Milne, C. P. Jr. & K. J. Pries, 1986.   Honeybees with larger corbiculae carry larger pollen pellets. Journal of Apicultural Research 25(1): 53-54.

Milne, C. P. Jr.  &  W. C. Rothenbuhler,   1983.     The honeybee blastoderm fate map. Journal of Apicultural Research 22(2): 69-78.

Milne, C. P. Jr.  &  M. V. Smith, 1981.  Highlights of Agricultural Research in Ontario 4(1): 11-14. Honey for the north.

Miltgen, J., C. Marotel, A. Cuguilliere,  G. N. H. Thuy, D. Verrot & D. Bonnet, 2001. Allergy and travel. Revue Francaise d'Allergologie et d'Immunologie Clinique 41(5): 493-503.

Minckley, R. L. 1994.  Comparative morphology of the mesosomal ‘gland’ in male large carpenter bees (Apidae: Xylocopini).  Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, London 53: 291-308.

Minckley, R. L. 1998.  A cladistic analysis and classification of the subgenera and genera of large carpenter bees, Tribe Xylocopini.  Scientific Papers, Natural History Museum, University of Kansas 9: 1-47.

Minckley, R. L. & S. L. Buchmann, 1990. Territory site selection of male Xylocopa (Neoxylocopa) varipuncta Patton (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 63(2): 329 - 339.

Minckley, R. L., S. L.  Buchmann & W. T. Wcislo, 1991. Bioassay evidence for a sex attractant pheromone in the large carpenter bee, Xylocopa varipuncta (Anthophoridae: Hymenoptera). Journal of Zoology 224(1): 285 - 291.

Minckley, R. L.,  J. H. Cane,  L. Kervin  &  T. Roulston, 1999. Spatial predictability and resource specialization of bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) at a superabundant, widespread resource. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, London 67: 119-147.

Minckley, R. L., J. H. Cane &  L. Kervin, 2000. Origins and ecological consequences of pollen specialization among desert bees. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London (B) 267: 265-271.

Minckley, R. L., J. H. Cane, L. Kervin & T. Roulston, 1999. Spatial predictability and resource pecialization of bees at asuperabundant, widespread host plant. Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 67: 119-147.

Minckley, R. L., J. H. Cane, L. Kervin & D. Yanega, 2003. Biological impediments to measures of competition among introduced honey bees and desert bees (Hymenoptera: Apiformes). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 76(2): 306-319.

Minckley,  R. L. & S. G. Reyes, 1996. Capture of the orchid bee, Eulaema polychroma, (Friese) (Apidae: Euglossini) in Arizona, with notes on northern distributions of other Mesoamerican bees. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 62(1): 102-104.

Minckley, R. L., W. T. Wcislo, D. Yanega & S. L. Buchmann, 1994.  Behavior and phenology of a specialist bee (Dieunomia) and sunflower (Helianthus) pollen availability.  Ecology 75(5): 1406-1419.

Mineau, P., K. M. Harding, M. Whiteside, M. R. Fletcher, D. Garthwaite & L. D. Knopper, 2008. Using reports of bee mortality in the field to calibrate laboratory-derived pesticide risk indices. Environmental entomology 37(2): 546-554. [Electronic Resource: http://dx.doi.org/10.1603/0046-225X(2008)37[546:UROBMI]2.0.CO;2].

Minnick, D. R. & F. A. Robinson, 1973. Pesticides & bees. Circular Florida Cooperative Extension Service No.386: 1-10.

Minut, S., S. Mahadevan, J. M. Henderson & F. C. Dyer, 2000. Face recognition using foveal vision. Pp. 424-433. In: S. W. Lee, H. H. Bulthoff & T. Poggio (eds.), Biologically motivated computer vision. Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

Minton, S. A., H. B. Bechtel & T. B. Erickson, 2001. North American arthropod envenomation and parasitism. Pp. 863-887. In: Auerbach, P. S. (ed.), Wilderness medicine, Ed. 4.

Minton, S. A., H. B. Bechtel & T. B. Erickson, 2001. Non-North American arthropod envenomation and parasitism. Pp. 888-895. In: Auerbach, P. S. (ed.), Wilderness medicine, Ed. 4.

Mire, B. de, P. M. Bonji & M. Bonji, 1972.  The insect pollinators of cacao in cross fertilization in Cameroon.  Proceedings of 4th International Cocoa research conference (Government of Trinidad and Tobago): 1-699.

Mirnov, G. A.  1989. The effect of amputating antennae and blocking phonoreceptor hairs in bees (Apis mellifera) on their behaviour in the low frequency electric field. Zool. Zh. 68(6): 155-156.

Mishra, R. C.,  G. S. Dogra & P. R. Gupta,  1976.  Some observations on insect pollinators of apple.  Indian Bee Journal 38(1-4): 20-22.

Mishra, R. C., G. S. Dogra & P. R. Gupta, 1977. An attempt to domesticate rock bee,  Apis dorsata F. Indian Bee Journal 39(1/4): 21.

Mishra, R. C., G. S. Dogra & P. R. Gupta, 1980. Some observations on iridovirus of bees. Indian Bee Journal 42(1): 9-10.

Mishra, R. C., J. K. Gupta & J. Kumar, 1985. Nectar sugar production in peach, Prunus persica L. Indian Bee Journal 47(1-4): 37-39.

Mishra, R. C., J. K. Gupta & J. Kumar, 1987. Nectar secretion, amount and type of nectar sugars and insect foraging in Woodfordia floribunda Salisb. Apidologie 18(2): 173-178.

Mishra, R. C., J. Kumar & J. K. Gupta, 1987. Effect of mode of pollination on fruit characteristics of okra, Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Moench. Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy B. 53(2): 157-160.

Mishra, R. C., J. Kumar & J. K. Gupta, 1988. The effect of mode of pollination on yield and oil potential of Brassica campestris L. var. sarson with observations on insect pollinators. Journal of Apicultural Research 27(3): 186-189.

Mishra, R. C., J. Kumar & J. K. Gupta, 1989.  A new approach to the control of predatory wasp (Vespa spp.) of the honey bee (Apis mellifera L.). Journal of Apicultural Research 28(3): 126-130.

Mishra, R. C. & A. K. Verma, 1982. Relative toxicity of some insecticides to Apis cerana indica F. workers. Indian Bee Journal 44(3): 69-71. 

Mitchell, S. R., D. Bates, M. L. Winston & D. M. McCutcheon, 1985. Comparison of honey bee queens over-wintered individually and in groups. Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia 82: 35-39.

Mitchell, T. B.  1924.  New megachilid bees.  Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society 40: 154-165.

Mitchell, T. B.  1926a.  New species of Megachile, with notes and corrections. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 52: 111-118.

Mitchell, T. B.  1926b.  On the Megachile of south Dakota.  Psyche 32: 162-167.

Mitchell, T. B.  1927a.  New West Indian MegachilePsyche 34: 47-57.

Mitchell, T. B.  1927b.  New megachilid bees, No. 2.  Psyche 34: 104-121.

Mitchell, T. B.  1929a.  A species of Megachile from Bermuda.  Psyche 34: 36: 93-94.

Mitchell, T. B.  1929b.  Sex anomalies in the genus Megachile with descriptions of new species (Hymenoptera, Megachilidae).  Transactions of the American Entomological Society 56: 321-383,  pls. 31-36.

Mitchell, T. B. 1930.  A contribution to the knowledge of Neotropical Megachile Transactions of the American Entomological Society 56: 155-305.             

Mitchell, T. B.  1932.  A gynandromorph of Megachile latimanus Say.  Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Society 47: 52-54.

Mitchell, T. B.  1934.  A revision of the bees of the genus Megachile of the Nearctic region, Part I.  Transactions of the American Entomological Society 59: 295-361, pls. XX & XXI.

Mitchell, T. B.  1935a. A revision of the bees of the genus Megachile of the Nearctic region, Part II.  Transactions of the American Entomological Society 61: 1-44,  pl. I.

Mitchell, T. B.  1935b. A revision of the bees of the genus Megachile of the Nearctic region, Part III.  Transactions of the American Entomological Society 61: 155-205,  pls. VIII & IX.

Mitchell, T. B.  1936.  A revision of the bees of the genus Megachile of the Nearctic region, Part IV.  Transactions of the American Entomological Society 62: 117-166, pls. VIII – XI.

Mitchell, T. B.  1937a. A revision of the bees of the genus Megachile of the Nearctic region, Part V.  Transactions of the American Entomological Society 61: 323-382,  pls. XXII – XXVI.

Mitchell, T. B.  1937b. A revision of the bees of the genus Megachile of the Nearctic region, Part VI.  Transactions of the American Entomological Society 63: 45-83,  pls. V & VI.

Mitchell, T. B.  1937c. A revision of the bees of the genus Megachile of the Nearctic region, Part VII.  Transactions of the American Entomological Society 63: 175-206, pls. XII & XIII.

Mitchell, T. B.  1938a. A revision of the bees of the genus Megachile of the Nearctic region, Part VIII.  Transactions of the American Entomological Society 63: 381-426, pls. XXVI – XXIX.

Mitchell, T. B.  1938b.  Notes on the megachilid subgenera Xeromegachile and DerotropisPan-Pacific Entomologist 14: 168-177, pl. 1.

Mitchell, T. B.  1941. Some additional intersexes in MegachilePan-Pacific Entomologist 17: 165-168.

Mitchell, T. B. 1942a.  Two Mexican species of  XeromegachilePan-Pacific Entomologist 18: 74-76.

Mitchell, T. B. 1942b. Notes and descriptions of Nearctic Megachile. Pan-Pacific Entomologist 18: 115-118.

Mitchell, T. B.  1943a. Records and descriptions in the megachilid subgenus Argyropile Pan-Pacific Entomologist 19: 12-16.

Mitchell, T. B.  1943b. On the classification of Neotropical Megachile. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 36: 656-671, pl. 1.

Mitchell, T. B.  1944.  New species and records in Megachile. Pan-Pacific Entomologist 20: 132-143.

Mitchell, T. B.  1956.  Notes and descriptions in the megachilid subgenus Chelostomoides. Pan-Pacific Entomologist 32: 129-138.

Mitchell, T. B.  1957.  New species and records of Xeromegachile and Derotropis. Pan-Pacific Entomologist 33: 19-29.

Mitchell, T. B.  1960.  Bees of the eastern United States.  Volume 1.  Technical Bulletin, North Caroline Agricultural Experiment Station 141: 1-538.

Mitchell, T. B.  1962. Bees of the eastern United States. Volume 2. Technical Bulletin, North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station 152: 1-557.

Mitchell, T. B.  1973.  A subgeneric revision of the bees of the genus Coelioxys of the western hemisphere.  Contribution from the Department of Entomology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh. iii + 129 pp.

Mitchell, T. B.  1980.  A generic revision of the megachiline bees of the western hemisphere. Contribution from the Department of Entomology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh. ii + 95 pp.

Mitev, B. & G. Katsorov, 1979. Technological and economic evalution of types of queen cells for commercial queen bee rearing. Zhivotnov’d Nauki. 16(3): 108-115. [In Bulgarian with Russian and English summary.]

Mitev, B. & N. Sioilov,  1979.  Methods of rearing queen bees of good quality at the end of the summer.  Zhivotnov’d Nauki. 16(5): 105-110. [In Bulgarian with Russian and English summary.]

Mitton, J. B. 1993. Theory and data pertinent to the relationship between heterozygosity and fitness. Pp.17-41. In: N. Wilmsen Thornhill (ed.), The natural history of Inbreeding and outbreeding: theoretical and empirical perspectives. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Miyajima, D. 2006. Pollination and seed production in Viola. HortScience 41(3): 633-639.

Miyamoto, S.  1962.  Outline of flower relationships of Japanese bees.  Acta Hymenop. 1(4): 393-455.

Miyano, S., T. Akimoto & H. Abe, 2001. Observation on the nest of Apis cerana japonica attacked by the ant, Tetramorium caespitum. Honeybee Science 22(1): 17-18.

Miyano, S. & T. Yamaguchi, 2001. Ants reduce nest building activities of tube-nesting wasps and bees (Hymenoptera). Entomological Science 4(2): 243-246.

Miyajima, D. 2006. Pollination and seed production in Viola. HortScience 41(3): 633-639.

Mizis, A. 2003. Diagnostics of [honeybees'] diseases. Biskopis (Latvia). No.1: 5-9. (In Latvian).

Mizuta, H. M. & C. A. Johansen, 1972. The hazard of plant-systemic insecticides to nectar-collecting bees. Washington State University, Pullman. Agric. Exper. Station, Tech. Bull. No. 72: 1-8.

Mjelde, A. 1983.  The foraging strategy of Bombus consobrinusActa Entomologica Fennica 42: 51-56.

M’Lachlan, 1871.  [Nesting behaviour of Osmia spp.]. Entomologist Monthly Magazine 8: 93.

Mladan, V., D. Todorovic & M. Lolin, 2000. Therapeutic effects of fumagillin and first appearance of Nosema apis spores following infection. Acta Veterinaria (Beograd) 50(4): 253-262.

Mladenovic, M. &  M. Mirjanic, 2003. Importance of selection for breeding of high value and productive queen bees. Pp. 65-73. 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).

Mladenovic, M., N. Nedic & Z. Stanimirovic, 2003. Biotechnical measures in varroasis control. Pp. 38-44 In Stanimirovic, Z. (Ed.). [Collection of the plenary papers from the 2nd conference about biology and health protection of honey bees, Belgrade [Serbia and Montenegro], November 22, 2003]. Zbornik plenarnih radova 2. savetovanja o biologiji i zdravstvenoj zastiti pcela, Beograd [Srbija i Crna Gora], 22.11.2003. Beograd (Serbia and Montenegro). Fakultet veterinarske medicine. 2003. 75 p.  (In Serbian).

Mladenovic, M., S. Stojmenovic & N. Nedic, 2001. The influence of pollen bees on the quantity of brood, honey and pollen at the time of flowering of Sophora japonica. Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Belgrade 46(2): 117-121.

Mladjan, V., D. Todorovic & M. Lolin, 2000. Preventive action of fumagillin on the degree of infection with Nosema apis in the digestive tract of bees. Acta Veterinaria (Beograd) 50(4): 241-252.

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Morandin, L. A., T. M. Laverty, P. G. Kevan, S. Khosla & L. Shipp,  2001.  Bumble bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) activity and loss in commercial tomato greenhouses.  The Canadian Entomologist 133: 883-893.

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Morice, F. D. 1904.  Illustrations of the male terminal segments and armatures in thirty-five species of the hymenopterous genus ColletesTransactions of the Entomological Society of London 1904: 25-63, pls. VI-IX.

Morice, F. D. & T. D. A. Cockerell, 1901. The American bees of the genus Andrena described by F. Smith. Can. Entomol. 33: 123-124.

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Morin, C. E. & G. W. Otis, 1993. Observations on the morphology and biology of Euvarroa wongsirii (Mesostigmata: Varroidae), a parasite of Apis andreniformis (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Internationa Journal of Acarology 19(2): 167-172.

Morini, M. S. D. C. & O. C. Bueno, 1993. Morphology and weight of Africanized queen bees produced in different diameters of artificial, cups. Journal of Advanced Zoology 14(2): 67-69.

Morison, N., B. E. Vaissičre, F. Martin, P. Pécaut  & G. Cambon, 2000.  Pollination of globe artichoke (Cynara scolymus L.) by honey bees (Apis mellifera L.) to produce hybrid seed under enclosure. Apidologie 31(1): 115-128. [In French.].

Morita, K. 2002. Report on the pollination of green house egg plant with commercial insect pollinators in Kochi Prefecture. Honeybee Science 23(4): 161-167.

Moritz, C., T. E. Dowling & W. M. Brown, 1987. Evolution of animal mitochondrial DNA: relevance for population biology and systematics. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 18: 269-292.

Moritz, R. 1981. Effect of inbreeding on the variability of drones. Apidologie 12: 41-55.

Moritz, R. F. A.  1983.  Homogenous mixing of honeybee (Apis mellifera carnica) semen by centrifugation. Journal of Apicultural Research 22(4): 249-255.

Moritz, R. 1984. The effect of different diluents on insemination success in the honeybee using mixed semen. Journal of Apicultural Research 23(3): 164-167.

Moritz, R. [F. A.] 1985. Heritability of the postcapping stage in Apis mellifera and its relation to varroatosis resistance. The Journal of Heredity 76: 267-270.

Moritz, R. F. A. 1986.  Two parthenogenetical strategies of laying workers in populations of the honeybee, Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera; Apidae).  Entomol. Gener. 11: 159-164.

Moritz, R. F. A. 1988a. Selection of group characters in honey bees (Apis mellifera). Pp. 118-124. In: Needham, G.R. (ed.), Africanized honey bees and bee mites. E. Horwood, Chichester, West Sussex, England.

Moritz, R. F. A. 1988b.  Group relatedness and kin discrimination in honey bees Apis mellifera L. Animal Behaviour 36(5): 1334-1340.

Moritz, R. [F. A.]1988c. A reevaluation of the two-locus model for hygienic behavior in honeybees. Journal of Heredity 79: 257-262.

Moritz, R. [F. A.] 1989a. The instrumental insemination of the queen bee. Apimondia, Bucharest,  Romania.

Moritz, R. F. A. 1989b.  Colony level and within colony level selection in honeybees.  Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 25: 437-444.

Moritz, R. [F. A.] 1994. Selection for varroatosis resistance in honeybees. Parasitology Today 10(6): 236-238.

Moritz, R. F. A. 2002. Population dynamics of the Cape bee phenomenon: The impact of parasitic laying worker clones in apiaries and natural populations. Apidologie 33(2): 233+

Moritz, R. F. A., M. Beye & H. R. Hepurn, 1998. Estimating the contribution of laying workers to population fitness in African honeybees (Apis mellifera) with molecular markers. Insectes Sociaux 45: 277-287.

Moritz, R. F. A. & C. Brandes, 1987. Behavior Genetics of Honeybees (Apis mellifera L.). Pp. 22-35. In: R. Menzel & A. R. Mercer (eds.), Neurobiology and behavior of honeybees. Berlin-Heidelberg-New York: Springer.

Moritz, R. F. A., J. M. Cornuet, P. Kryger, L. Garnery & H. R. Hepburn, 1994. Mitochondrial  DNA  variability in South African honeybees  (Apis mellifera L.).  Apidologie 25(2): 169-178.

Moritz, R. F. A. & R. M. Crewe, 1988. Air ventilation in nests of two African stingless bees Trigona denoiti and Trigona gribodoi. Experientia 44(12): 1024-1027.

Moritz, R. F. A., R. M. Crewe & H. R. Hepburn, 2000. Clustering of related workers in the honeybee colony (Apis mellifera L.): adaptative process or inevitable pattern?  Apidologie 31(2): 223-233. 

Moritz, R. F. A., R. M. Crewe, H. R. Hepburn, 2001a. Attraction and repellence of workers by  the  honeybee queen, Apis mellifera L. Ethology 107: 465-477.

Moriz, R. F. A., R. M. Crewe & H. R. Hepburn, 2001b. Queen evasion and mandibular gland secretion of honeybee workers (Apis mellifera L.). Behavioural Ecology & Sociobiology [In press].

Moriz, R. F. A., R. M. Crewe & H. R. Hepburn, 2001c. The role of the queen for the spatial distribution of workers in Apis mellifera. Ethology [In press].

Moritz, R. F. A. & M. Habaerl, 1994.  Lack of meiotic recombination in thelytokous parthenogenesis of laying workers of Apis mellifera capensis (The Cape honeybee).  Heredity 73: 98-102.

Moritz, R. F. A., S. Hartel & P. Neumann, 2005. Global invasions of the western honeybee (Apis mellifera) and the consequences for biodiversity. Ecoscience 12(3): 289-301.

Moritz,   R.  F.  A.,  C.  F. Hawkins,  R.  H. Crozier  &  A. G.  Mackinley,  1986. A mitochondrial DNA polymorphism in honeybees (Apis mellifera L.). Experimentia 42(3): 322-324.

Moritz, R. F. A. & T. Heisler,  1992.  Super and half-sister discrimination by honey bee workers (Apis mellifera L.) in a trophallactic bioassay.  Ins. Soc. 39: 365-372.

Moritz, R. F. A. & E. Hillesheim, 1990a.  Trophallaxis and genetic variance of kin recognition of honey bees, Apis mellifera L.  Animal Behaviour 40(4): 641-647.

Mortiz, R. F. A. & E. Hillesheim,  1990b.  Olfactory discrimination group odors in honey bees; kin or nestmate recognitions.  Insects Soc. 37(1): 90-99.

Moritz, R. [F. A.] & M.  Jordan, 1993. Selection of resistance against Varroa jacobsoni across caste and sex in the honeybee. Experimental and Applied Acarology 16(4): 345-353.

Moritz, R. F. A.  & A. Klepsch, 1985. Estimating heritabilities of worker characters, a new approach using luying worker of the Cape honey bee. Apidologie 16(1): 47-56.

Moritz, R. F .A., N. Koeniger & V. Maul, 1981. Diffusion of systemic preparations in the bee colony (Apis mellifera L.). Apiacta 16(2): 57-63.

Moritz, R. F. A., P. Kr˙ger, G. Koeniger, N. Koeniger, A. Estoup & S. Tingek, 1995. High degree of polyandry in Apis dorsata queens detected by DNA microsatellite variability.  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 37(5): 357-363.

Moritz, R. F. A. & D. Maviz,  1990.  Devlopment of Varroa jacobsoni in colonies of Apis mellifera capensis and A. m. carnica Apidologie 21(1): 53-58.

Moritz, R. & D. Mautz, 1990. Development of Varroa jacobsoni in colonies of Apis mellifera capensis and Apis mellifera carnica. Apidologie 21:53-58.

Moritz, R. F. A. & M. S. Meusel, 1992. Mitochondrial gene frequencies in Africanized honey bees (Apis mellifera L.): Theoretical model and empirical evidence.  Journal of Evolutionary Biology 5(1): 71-82.

Moritz, R., E. Southwick & J. Harbo, 1987. Genetic analysis of defesive behaviour of honeybee colonies in a field test. Apidologie 18(1): 27-42.

Morotto, G., L. Goncalves & De Jong D., 1997. Relationship between food availability and the reproductive ability of the mite Varroa jacobsoni in Africanized bee colonies. American Bee Journal 137: 67-69.

Morre, J. 1971.  Spots, subspots and dots of the alfalfa leaf-cutter bee. Proceedings of the Washington State Entomological Society No. 32: 330.

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Morris, C. & M. Winter, 2002. Barn owls, bumble bees and beetles: UK agriculture, biodiversity and biodiversity action planning. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 45(5): 653-671.

Morris, R. F. 1960. Sampling insect populations.  Annual Review of Entomology 5: 234-264.

Morrison, J. 1989. Year of the Africanized bee. Agricultural Research [U. S. Dep. Agric. Res. Serv.] 37(1): 4-7, 11.

Morse, D. H. 1977.  Resource partitioning in bumblebees: The role of behavioral factors.  Science 197: 678-679.

Morse, D. H. 1981.  Interactions among syrphid flies and bumblebees on flowers.  Ecology 62: 81-88.

Morse, D. H. 1982. Behavior and ecology of bumble bees. In Hermann, H. R. (ed.) Social insects, Vol. 3, pp. 245-322. Academic Press, New York.

Morse, D. H. & R. S. Fritz, 1983.  Contributions of diurnal and nocturnal insects to the pollination of common milkweed (Asclepias syriaca L.) in a pollen-limited system.  Oecologia, Berlin 60: 190-197.

Morse, G. D. 1977. The African bee [Apis mellifera adansonii] of South America [and the likelihood of its reaching the United States].  Gleanings in Bee Culture 105(8): 338-339.

Morse,  R. 1991. Life  with   killer  bees won't be  much  different, Cornell expert says. Agfo-cus Publ. Cornell Coop. Ext. Orange City 91: 12-13.

Morse, R. A. 1960. Abundance of wild bees (apoidea) in the northeastern United States. Journal of Economic Entomology 53(4): 679-680. [Abstracted in Bee World 42(10):263. 1961].

Morse, R. A. 1969a. The biology of Apis dorsata in the Philippines. Proceedings of the 6th Int. Union. Study Soc. Insects, pages 185-187.

Morse, R. A. 1969b. Bee escapes for removing honey. Gleanings in Bee Culture 97(7): 393-396.

Morse, R. A. 1969c. Fruit pollination. Gleanings in Bee Culture 97(3): 159, 187.

Morse, R. A. 1969d. Highbush blueberry pollination. Gleanings in Bee Culture 97(12): 735, 758.

Morse, R. A. 1969e. The varied fare of the honeybee, alfalfa, buckwheat, raspberry, thyme--a spectrum of nectars transformed in the hive. Natural History 78(6): 59-64.

Morse, R. A. 1970a. Species of Asian Apis and their potential as pollinators. Ark. Univ. Ext. Misc. Publ. 127: 91.

Morse, R. A. 1970b. Honey wine (mead) making. Gleanings in Bee Culture 98(1): 38-41.

Morse, R. A. 1970c. Some observations on Polish beekeeping. Gleanings in Bee Culture 98(2): 82-85.

Morse, R. A. 1970d. What to do with honey granulated in the comb. Gleanings in Bee Culture 98(11): 660, 697.

Morse, R. A.  1970e. How efficient are dancing bees? Gleanings in Bee Culture 98(9): 543, 571.

Morse, R. A. 1971. Wood preservatives for beekeeping equipment. Gleanings in Bee Culture 99(3): 86-87.

Morse, R. A.  1972a. Honey bee alarm pheromone: another function. Annals of the Entomological society of America 65(6): 1430.

Morse, R. A. 1972b. Bottom boards (Beehives). Gleanings in Bee Culture 100(7): 200-201.

Morse, R. A. 1972c. For the beginner: How to make a colony examination [Apiculture].   Gleanings in Bee Culture 100(9): 262-264, 283.

Morse, R. A. 1972d. Sawdust collecting bees. Gleanings in Bee Culture 100(6): 180.  

Morse, R. A. 1972e. Environmental control in the beehive. Sci. Amer.  226(4): 93-98.

Morse, R. A. 1972f.   Making new combs. Gleanings in Bee Culture 100(4): 103-104.

Morse, R. A.  1973a. Closed vans and trucks for beekeeping. Gleanings in Bee Culture 101(7).

Morse, R. A.  1973b. Mead-storage and aging. Gleanings in Bee Culture 101(5): 148-149.

Morse, R. A. 1973c. How bees remove moisture from nectar. Gleanings in Bee Culture 101(1): 6-7.

Morse, R. A. 1973d. Questions about the dance language of the honeybee. Gleanings in Bee Culture 101(5): 151.

Morse, R. A. 1973e. Some observations on beekeeping in Brazil. Gleanings in Bee Culture 101(3): 70-72.

Morse, R. A. 1973f.   Sparkling mead. Gleanings in Bee Culture 101(12): 385, 397.

Morse, R. A.  1974a. How to make good combs. Gleanings in Bee Culture 102(2): 38-39.

Morse, R. A. 1974b. Beekeeping in the Empire State. Gleanings in Bee Culture 102(7) Pages Map.

Morse, R. A. 1974c. Requeening [Honey bees]. Gleanings in Bee Culture 102(8): 251-253, 259.

Morse, R. A. 1975a. Honeybees and the earth's magnetic field. Gleanings in Bee Culture 103(4): 119, 130.

Morse, R. A. 1975b. Making spring increase [colonies of bees]. Gleanings in Bee Culture 103(3):  82-83, 95.

Morse, R. A. 1976c. Efficient use of honey bees in the orchard. Proceedings of the New York State Horticultural Society, Annual Meeting No. 121: 61-64.

Morse, R. A.  1975d. Beekeeping in the Dominican republic. Gleanings in Bee Culture 103(7): 223-224.

Morse,  R. A.  1975e. I'm not afraid of African bees American Bee Journal   116(1):  15-16.

Morse, R. A.  1976a. Covers [Beekeeping equipment]. Gleanings in Bee Culture 104(7): 254-255.

Morse, R. A.  1976b. Methods of feeding bees. Gleanings in Bee Culture 104(3): 93-95.

Morse, R. A. 1976c. Brood patterns (in Apis mellifera Colonies). Gleanings in Bee Culture 104(11): 415-417.

Morse, R. A. 1977a. Pesticides. Where are we going? [Toxicity to Apis mellifera and compensation for loses in USA].  Gleanings in Bee Culture 105(6): 245-246.

Morse, R. A. 1977b. What is important in successful beekeeping? Gleanings in Bee Culture 105(9): 394-395.

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Morse, R. A.  1978a.  One method of uniting and requeening. Gleanings in Bee Culture 106(5): 215-216.

Morse, R. A. 1978b. The price of honey. Gleanings in Bee Culture 106(8): 366-367.   

Morse, R. A.  1979a. What's new with buckwheat [honey production, apiculture]. Gleanings in Bee Culture 107(7): 349-351.

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Morse, R. A. 1979c. The behaviour and natural history of honeybee swarms.  Apicultura em Clima Quente, [Apimondia International Symposium on Apiculture in Hot Climate, Florianbopolis] :  203-207.

Morse,  R. A. 1980a.  Making Mead (Honey Wine) – History, Recipes, Methods and Equipment. Wicwas Press, Cheshire/CT.

Morse, R. A. 1980b. May [apiary] management in the northern states. Gleanings in Bee Culture 108(5):  261-262.

Morse, R. A. 1980c. Wood preservatives for beekeeping equipment. Gleanings in Bee Culture 108(3): 154-155.

Morse, R. A. 1980d. Honey vinegar. Gleanings in Bee Culture 108(10): 559, 566.  

Morse, R. A. 1981a. Acarine mites in Mexico--what does it mean? Gleanings in Bee Culture 109(5): 256, 265.

Morse, R. A. 1981b. Building a bee beard. Gleanings in Bee Culture 109(9): 484-485.

Morse, R. A.  1981c.  Honeybee pests and predators. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture 11: 423-431.

Morse, R. A. 1981d. Practical bee management in the northeastern United States. Apiacta 16(3): 111-115.

Morse, R. A. 1981e. The care of package bees. Gleanings in Bee Culture 109(3): 145-147. 

Morse, R. A. 1981f.   The fall of BIPP [Beekeeper Indemnity Payment Program, honey bee losses due to pesticides, USA.].  Gleanings in Bee Culture 109(5): 290-291.  

Morse, R. A.  1983.   The economics of the beeswax market (USA).  American Bee Journal 123(7): 514-515.

Morse, R. A. 1986. The antibiotic properties of honey. Pan-Pacific Entomologist 62(4): 370-371.

Morse, R. A. 1987a. The braulids. American Bee Journal 127(6): 429-431.

Morse, R. A. 1987b.  Research Review.  Gleanings in Bee Culture 115: 572.

Morse, R. A. 1989.    Sections of the Entomological Society of America: history of Subsection Cb: Apiculture and Social Insects. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of America 35(3): 115-119.

Morse, R. A. (ed.). 1990a. Honey Bee Pests, Predators, and Diseases. (Second edition). Cornell University Press, Ithaca.

Morse, R. A. 1990b.   The tracheal mite enigma. Bee World 71(4): 145-146.

Morse, R. A. 1990c. Importation of British queen honey bees into the United States. American Bee Journal 130(2): 106-107, 116-120.

Morse, R. A. 1991.  Killer bees: origin of the name and other humbugs. Choices, Ames, Iowa, USA. Third Quarter 6(3): 7-9.

Morse, R. A. 1993. Bee tree hunting. Agfocus [A Publication of Cornell Cooperative Extension, Orange County] : 13-14.

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Morse,  R.  A.,  D.  M. Burgett,  J.  T. Ambrose,  W.  E. Conner  &  R.  D. Fell,  1973. Early introductions of African bees into Europe and the New World.  Bee World  54(2):  57-60.

Morse,  R.  A.,  D.  M. Burgett,  J.  T. Ambrose,  W.  E. Conner  &  R.  D. Fell,  1975. Early  introductions  of   African   bees   into  Europe  and   the   New  World.  American Bee Journal 115(8): 302-303. 

Morse, R. A. & N. W. Calderone, 2000. The value of honey bees as pollinators of U.S. crops in 2000. Bee Culture (March 2000): 2-15.

Morse, R. A., S. Camazine, M. Ferracane,  P. Minacci, R. Nowogrodzki, L. W. Ratnieks, J. Spielholz  & B. A. Underwood, 1990. The population density of feral colonies of honey bees  (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in a city in upstate New York. Journal of Economic Entomology 83(1): 81-83.

Morse, R. A., T. W. Culliney, W. H. Gutenmann, C. B. Littman & D. J. Lisk, 1987. Polychlorinated biphenyls in honey bees. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 38(2): 271-276.

Morse, R. A. & L. S. Goncalves, 1979. Varroa disease, a threat to world beekeeping. Gleanings in Bee Culture 107(4): 179-181.

Morse, R. A., J. N. Layne, P. K. Visscher & F. L. W. Ratnieks, 1993. Selection of nest cavity volume and entrance size by honey bees in Florida. Florida Scientist 56(3): 163-167.

Morse,  R. A.  &  D. J.  Lisk, 1980. Elemental analysis of honeys from several nations. American Bee Journal 120(7): 522-523.

Morse, R. A., D. Miksa & J. A. Masenheimer, 1991. Varroa resistance in U.S. honey bees.  American Bee Journal 131(7): 433-434.

Morse, R. A. & R. Nowogrodzki, 1983. Trends in American beekeeping, 1850-1981. [Exports, honey, imports, prices, production, statistics, wax].  American Bee Journal 123(5): 372-373, 375-378.

Morse, R. A. & T. D. Seeley, 1978. Bait hives. Glean. Bee Cult.  106(5): 218-220.

Morse, R. A. & T. D. Seeley, 1979. New observations on bait hives. Glean. Bee Cult. 107(6): 310-311.  

Morse, R. A. & K. H. Steinkraus,  1975. Wines from the fermentation of honey. Pp. 392-407. In: E. Crane (ed.),  Honey: A Comprehensive Survey.  

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Moure, J. S. 1941b.  Notas sobre abelhas do grupo Tetrapedia Klug.  Revista de Entomologia [Rio de Janeiro] 12: 515-521.

Moure, J. S. 1942.  Abelhas de Salobra. Papéis Avulsos do Departamento de Zoologia, Săo Paulo 2(21): 291-321.

Moure, J. S. 1943a.  Abelhas de Batatais (Hymenoptera, Apoidea). Arquivos do Museu Paranaense 3: 145-203, pl. XI.

Moure, J. S. 1943b. Notas sôbre abelhas da coleçăo Zikán.  Revista de Entomologia [Rio de Janeiro] 14: 447-484.

Moure, J. S. 1944a.  Abejas del Peru.  Boletin del Museo de Historia Natural “Javier Prado” 8(28-29): 67-75.

Moure, J. S. 1944b. Apoidea da coleçăo do Conde Amadeu A. Barbiellini.  Revista de Entomologia [Rio de Janeiro] 15: 1-18.

Moure, J. S. 1944c. Abelhas de Monte alegre (Est. Săo Paulo). Papeis Avulsos do Departmento de Zoologia [Săo Paulo] 6: 103-126.

Moure, J. S. 1944d.  Apoidea da coleçăo Zikan, II. Revista de Entomologia [Rio de Janeiro] 15: 273-291.

Moure, J. S. 1945a. Contribuçăo para o conhecimento dos Diphaglossinae, particularmente Ptiloglossa. Arquivos do Museu Paranaense 4: 137-178, pl. XV.

Moure, J. S. 1945b.  Notas sobre os Epicharitina (Hymenoptera, Apoidea). Revista de Entomologia [Rio de Janeiro] 16: 293-314.

Moure, J. S. 1945c.  Apoidea da coleçăo do Conde Amadeu A. Barbiellini, II. Revista de Entomologia [Rio de Janeiro] 16: 394-414.

Moure, J. S. 1946a. Contribuçăo para o conhecimento dos Meliponinae. Revista de Entomologia [Rio de Janeiro] 17: 437-443.

Moure, J. S. 1946b.  Melíponas do Brasil.  Chacaras e Quintais  74: 609-612.

Moure, J. S.  1946c.  Notas sôbre abelhas da sub familia Chilicolinae. in Livro de Homenagem a Romualdo Ferreira d’Almeida.  Scoiedade Brasileira de Entomologia, Săo Paulo Pp. 243-250, pl. XII.

Moure, J. S. 1946d.  Notes sôbre as mamangabas.  Boletim Agricola 4 (12-13): 1-32, pls. 1-3.

Moure, J. S. 1947a. Novos agrupamentos genéricos e algumas espécies novas de abelhas sulamericanas.  Museu Paranaense Publicaçőes Avulsas, no. 3: 1-37.

Moure, J. S. 1947b.  Notas sôbre algumas abejas de la provincia de Salta. Revista de la Sociedad Entomológica Argentina 13: 218-253.

Moure, J. S. 1948.  Notas sôbre algumas abelhas de Tacanas, Tucumán, Argentina. Revista de Entomologia [Rio de Janeiro] 19: 313-346.

Moure, J. S. 1949a. Notas sôbre algumas abelhas de Tacanas, Tucumán, Argentina, II. Revista de Entomologia [Rio de Janeiro] 20: 437-460, pls. X,XI.

Moure, J. S. 1949b. Las espécies chilenas de la sub-familia Lithurginae. Arquivos do Museu Paranaense 7: 265-286, pl. II-V.

Moure, J. S. 1950a.  Contribuçăo para o conhecimento das especies Brasileiras de Hypotrigona Cockerell.  Dusenia 1: 241-260.

Moure, J. S. 1950b. Contribuçăo para o conhecimento do gęnero Eulaema Lepeletier, Dusenia 1: 181-200.

Moure, J. S. 1950c.  Euherbstiinae nova sub-familia de Andrenidae.  Dusenia 1: 303-306.

Moure, J. S. 1950d.  Alguns agrupamentos novos de abelhas neotropicalis Dusenia 1: 385-396.

Moure, J. S. 1951a.  Notas sôbre Meliponinae.  Dusenia, Curitiba.  2: 25-70.

Moure, J. S. 1951b.  Ariphanarthra, um novo gęnero de Halictidae.  Dusenia 2: 137-140.

Moure, J. S. 1951c.  Notas sôbre abelhas do antigo gęnero PasiphaeDusenia 2: 189-198.

Moure, J. S. 1953a.  Notas sôbre Colletidae sul-americanos.  Dusenia 4: 61-78.

Moure, J. S. 1953b. Nogueirapis, no grupo de Trigonini da regiăo neotropical.  Ciencia e Cultura 5: 247-249.

Moure, J. S. 1953c.  Notas sôbre Megachilidae de Bolivia, Perú y Chile. Dusenia 4: 113-124.

Moure, J. S. 1954a.  Novas notas sôbre abelhas do antigo gęnero Pasiphae. Dusenia 5: 165-190.

Moure, J. S. 1954b.  Notas sôbre Epeolini sul-americanos.  Dusenia 5: 259-286.

Moure, J. S. 1955.    Notas sôbre Epeolini sulamericanos.  Dusenia 6: 115-138.

Moure, J. S. 1956.   Tres espécies novas de Paracolletini do sul do Brasil.  Dusenia 7: 305-315.

Moure, J. S. 1958a.  On the genus Arhyosage Brčthes from Argentina.  Entomological News 69: 43-48.

Moure, J. S. 1958b.  Augochlorodes, a new genus of Halictinae from Brasil.  Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 31: 53-55.

Moure, J. S. 1959.  On the species of Megalopta described by F. Smith (Hymenoptera, Apoidea).  Journal of the New York Entomological Society 66 [1958]: 179-190.

Moure, J. S. 1960a. Notes on the types of the neotropical bees described by Fabricius.  Studia Entomologica 3: 97-160.

Moure, J. S. 1960b.  A review of the genus ParoxystoglossaUniversity of Kansas Science Bulletin 40: 121-133.

Moure, J. S. 1960c.  Os tipos das espécies neotropicais de Hylaeus da coleçăo Vachal no Museu de História Natural de Paris. Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi (Nova Série), Biologia 27: 1-104.

Moure, J. S. 1961.  A preliminary supra-specific classification of the old world meliponine bees.  Studia Entomologica 4: 181-242.

Moure, J. S. 1963a.  Sôbre a identidade dos Meliponinos descritos por Spinola em 1853. Anais da Academia Brasileira de Cięncias  35: 257-269.

Moure, J. S. 1963b.  Uma nova espécie de Trigona (Frieseomelitta) do norte do Distrito Tupi. Revista de Brasileira Biología  23: 39-43.

Moure, J. S. 1963c.  Una nueva espécie de Eulaema de Costa Rica. Revista de Biología Tropical 11: 211-216.

Moure, J. S. 1964a.  Os espécies de Zikanapis, com a descriçăo de dois novos subgęneros e duas espécies novas.  Sudia Entomologica 7: 417-458.

Moure, J. S. 1964b.  Two new genera of halictine bees from the araucanian subregion of South America.  Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 37: 265-275.

Moure, J. S. 1964c.  Um novo Paracolletini do litoral Paulista.  Boletim da Universidade do Paraná, Zoologia 2: 51-56.

Moure, J. S. 1965. New placements for some species of Paranthidium. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 67: 29-31.

Moure, J. S. 1967a.  A check-list of the known euglossine bees.  In Atlas do Simpósio sôbre a biota Amazônica. Zoologia Vol. 5(Zool.): 395-415.

Moure, J. S. 1967b.  A new genus and two new species of eucerine bees from South America (Hymenoptera, Apoidea).  Dusenia 8: 147-152.

Moure, J. S. 1969a.  The Central American species of Euglossa subgenus Glossura Cockerell, 1917. Revista de Biología Tropical 15: 227-247.

Moure, J. S. 1969b.  Micrommation, nôvo gęnero de Halictidae do Paraná. Atas da Sociedade de Biología do Rio de Janeiro 12: 247-249.

Moure, J. S. 1969c.  Notas sôbre algumas espécies de Centris  da Guiana. Anais da Academia Brasileira de Cięncias 41(1): 113-123.

Moure, J. S. 1970.  The species of euglossine bees of Central America belonging to the subgenus Euglossella. Anais da Academia Brasileira de Cięncias 42(1): 147-157.

Moure, J. S. 1971a.  Descriçăo de uma nova espécie de Tetragona do Brasil Central.  Boletim da Universidade Federale do Paraná, Zoologia 4: 47-50. [In Port. with English summary.]

Moure, J. S. 1971b. A new subspecies of Melipona marignata from eastern Brazil (Hymenoptera: Apoidea).  Bol. Univ. Fed. Parana. Zool. 4(12): 58. [In Port. with English summary.]

Moure, J. S.  1971c. Notes on some dubious species of Melipona [Hymenoptera-Apidae]. Rio de J. Mus. Nac. Arq. Mus. Nac. 54: 193-201.   

Moure, J. S. 1972.  Descriçăo de duas espécies novas de Hylaeus do sul do Brasil.  Revista Brasileira de Biologia 32(2): 275-284. [In Port. with English summary.]

Moure, J. S. 1975.  Notas sôbre as espécies de Melipona descritas por Lepeletier em 1836 (Hymenoptera-Apidae). Revista Brasileira de Biologia 35(4): 615-623. [In Port. with English summary.]

Moure, J. S. 1982. On two new groups of neotropical halictine bees. Dusenia 13: 46.

Moure, J. S. 1988. A new species of Frieseomelitta from the western region of Amazonia (Hymenoptera, apoidea). Acta Biol. Parana. 17(1-4): 141-146. [In Port. with English summary.]

Moure, J. S. 1989a.  Camargoia, um novo gęnero neotropical de Meliponinae. Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílo Goeldi, Série Zoologia 5: 71-78. [In Port. with English summary.]

Moure, J. S. 1989b.  Sakagamilla affabra gen.n. e sp. n. de meliponinae (Hymenoptera, Apidae) de Rondônia.  Revista Brasileira de Biologia 6: 681-684. [In Port. with English summary.]

Moure, J. S. 1989c.  Glossuropoda, novo subgęnero de Euglossa, e duas espécies novas da Amazônia, do mesmo subgęnero.  Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 84: 387-389. [In Port. with English summary.]

Moure, J. S. 1989d.  New species of bees from the central region of Minas Gerais State, Brazil (Hymenoptera, Apoidea, Meliponinae).  Acta Biol. Parana. 18(1-4): 115-127. [In Port. with English summary.]

Moure, J. S. 1992a.  Melikerria e Eomelipona, dois subgęneros novos em Melipona Illiger, 1806.  In Encontro Brasileiro sobre Biologia de Abelhas e outros Insectos Sociais. [Naturalia, ediçăo especial.]  Universidade Estadual Paulista, Săo Paulo, Pp. 32-38.

Moure, J. S. 1992. Notas sobre o genero Parapartamona Schwarz (Hymenoptera, Apidae). Acta Biol. Par. 21: 121-134. [In Port. with English summary.]

Moure, J. S. 1994a.  Sobre a posiçăo sistemática de Exomalopsis latitarsis Friese. Revista Brasileira de Biologia 9(1992): 273-276. [In Port. with English summary.]

Moure, J. S. 1994b.  Lissopedia, gen.n. de Paratetrapediini para a regiăo neotropical, com as descriçőes de tręs espécies novas. Revista Brasileira de Zoologia 9[1992]: 305-317. [In Port. with English summary.]

Moure, J. S. 1995a.  Reestudo de alguns tipos de abelhas neotropicais descritos por Friese e conservados no museu de Berlim. Revista Brasileira de Zoologia 12: 939-951. [In Port. with English summary.]

Moure, J. S. 1995b.  Notas sôbre o gęnero Parapartamona Schwarz. Acta Biologica Paranaense 21 (1992): 121-134. [In Port. with English summary.]

Moure, J. S. 1995c.  Compsoclepta fasciata, antoforídeo parasita do nordeste da Argentina.  Acta Biologica Paranaense 21: 143-148. [In Port. with English summary.]

Moure, J. S. & J. M. F. Camargo, 1978.  A fossil stingless bee from Copal (Hymenoptera: Apidae).  Journal of the Kansas Entomological society 51(4): 560-566.

Moure, J. S. & J. M. F. Camargo, 1982.  Partamona (Nogueirapis) minor, nova espécie de Meliponinae (Hymenoptera: Apidae) do Amazonas e notas sobre Plebeia variicolor (Ducke).  Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílo Goeldi, (Nova Série) Zoologia, No. 120: 1-10. [In Port. with English summary.]

Moure, J. S. & J. M. F. Camargo, 1988. A new species of Xylocopa (Neoxylocopa) from Brazil (Hymenoptera, Apoidea).  Revista Brasileira de Entomologica 32(2): 209-214. [In Port. with English summary.].

Moure, J. S. & J. M. F. Camargo, 1989.  Plebeia wittmanni, new species, a new Meliponinae (Hymenoptera, Apidae) from Southern Brazil. Stud. Neotrop. Fauna Environ. 24(1): 15-16. [In Spanish with English summary.].

Moure, J. S. &  J. M. F. Camargo, 1991. Geotrigona inusitata, uma nova espécie de Meliponinae do Sudeste do Brasil (Hymenoptera, Apidae). Acta Biol. Par., Curitiba, 20 (1,2,3,4): 53‑59.

Moure, J. S. & J. M. F. Camargo, 1994.  Melipona (Michmelia) capinaba, uma nova espécie de Meliponinae (Hmenoptera, Apidae) de sudeste do Brasil. Revista Brasileira de Zoologia 11: 289-296. [In Port. with English summary.]

Moure, J. S. &  J. M. F. Camargo, 1996 (1993). Uma espécie nova de Plebeia do sudeste do Brasil (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Meliponinae). Acta Biol. Par. 22(1,2,3,4): 115-118.

Moure, J. S., J. M. F. Camargo & M. V. B. Garcia, 1988. Uma nova espécie de Leurotrigona. Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílo Goeldi,  Série Zoologia,  4: 145-154. [In Port. with English summary.]

Moure, J. S., J. M. F. Camargo & M. V. B. Garcia,  1989. A new species of Leurotrigona (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Meliponinae). Bol. Mus. Para. Emilio Goeldi Ser. Zool. (Curitiba –Pr.) 4(2): 145-154. [In Portugese with English summary.].

Moure, J. S. &  P. D. Hurd Jr.,  1960.  On the systematic position of three anthidiine bees described by Adolfo Ducke. Boletim do Museu Raraense Emílio Goeldi, Nova Série, Zoologia 28: 1-13.

Moure, J. S. & P. D. Hurd Jr.,  1982.  On two new groups of neotropical halictine bees.  Dusenia 13: 46.

Moure, J. S. & P. D. Hurd Jr.,  1987. An Annotated Catalog of the halictid Bees of the Western Hemisphere. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington D.C. vii + 405 pp.

Moure, J. S. & Lucas de Oliveira,  1962.  Novo gęnero de Panurginae para a América do Sul.  Boletim da Universidade do Paraná, Zoologia 15: 1-14. [In Port. with English summary.]

Moure, J. S. & W. E. Kerr, 1950.  Sugestőes para a modificaçăo da sistematica do gęnero Melipona.  Dusenia 1: 105-129, pls. II-III.

Moure, J. S. & C. D. Michener, 1955a.  The bee family Fideliidae in South America.  Dusenia 6: 199-206.

Moure, J. S. & C. D. Michener, 1955b.  A contribution toward the classification of neotropical Eucerini.  Dusenia 6: 239-331.

Moure, J. S. & S. F. Sakagami, 1962. As mamangabas sociais do Brasil (Bombus Latreille) (Hymenoptera, Apoidea). Studia Entomologica 5: 65-194.

Moure, J. S. & S. F. Sakagami, 1984.  Notes on Pseudagapostemon, a neotropical halictine bee genus, with descriptions of a new subgenus and two new species from Southern Brazil.  Dusenia 14: 1-9.

Moure, J. S. & C. A. C. Seabra, 1962a. Una nueva especies de “Zikanapis” de Argentina y Paraguay.  Neotropica 8: 31-36.

Moure, J. S. & C. A. C. Seabra, 1962b.  A new species of the genus Oxaea from Brazil. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 70: 235-238.

Moure, J. S. & D. Urban,  1963.  Uma nova espécies de “Oxaea” de Mato Grosso, Brasil. Revista Brasileira de Biologia 23: 361-364.

Moure, J. S. & D. Urban,  1964.  Revisăo das espécies Brasileiras do género Anthidium Fabricius, 1804. Anais do II Congresso Latino-Americano de Zoologia (S. Paulo, 1962), Vol. 1: 93-114. [In Port. with English summary.]

Moure, J. S. & D. Urban,  1975.  Dicranthidium novo subgenero de Hypanthidioides [sic] Moure, 1947. Revista Brasileira de Biologia 35(4): 837-842. [In Port. with English summary.]

Moure, J. S. & D. Urban,  1990. Carloticola gen.n. e Carloticola trichura sp.n. da Argentina.  Acta Biologica Paranaense 19: 89-99. [In Port. with English summary.]

Moure, J. S. & D. Urban,  1994. Rhynostelis, gen.n. e notas sôbre Hoplostelis Dominique. Revista Brasileira de Biologia 11: 297-302. [In Port. with English summary.]

Moure, J. S. & D. Urban,  1995. Sarocolletes Michener, 1989, Status nov. e espécies novas. Acta Biologica Paranaense 19: 89-99. [In Port. with English summary.]

Moure, J. S. & D. Urban, 2002. Catálogo de Apoidea da regiăo neotropical (Hymenoptera, Colletidae). III. Colletini. Revista brasileira de Zoologia 19: 11-30.

Moure, P. J. 1945.  Contribuçăo para o conhecimento dos Diphaglossinae, particularmente Ptiloglossa (Hymenoptera-Apoidea). Arq. Mus. Paranaense 4: 137-178.

Moustafa, M. A. & A. A. El Berry,  1976.  Morphological studies on Osmia submicans Mor.  Mitteilungen aus dem Zoologischen Museum Berlin 52(2): 209-225.

Moustafa, M. A. & M. M. Mazeed, 1975. Biological studies on Chalicodoma (Pseudomegachile) flavipes Spinola: Hymenoptera (Megachilidae) with some informations on its behaviour. Ann. Agric. Sci. Moshtohor 3: 223-231.

Moustafa, M. A. & M. M. Mazeed, 1977. Morphological studies on Chalichodoma (Pseudomegachile) flavipes Spinola. Mitteilungen aus dem Zoologischen Museum Berlin 53(1): 161-171.

Mouton, J. W. 2002. Rational dosing of antimicrobial drugs: animals versus humans. International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents 19(4): 269-284.

Moznette, G. F. 1919.  Annotated list of the injurious and beneficial insects of the avocado in Florida. Fla. Buggist 3(3): 45-58.

Mueller, S. & R. Bitner, 1991.  Evaluating leafcutter bees for alfalfa pollination in the central San Joaquin Valley 1990 research summary.  Optimizing Pollination of Agricultural Crops.  Oregon State Univ.  Corvallis, Oregon. 62 pp.

Mueller, U. G. 1997.  Life history and social evolution of the primitively eusocial bee Augochlorella striata. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 69 (1996 suppl.): 116-138. 

Mueller, U. G., G. C. Eickwort & C. F. Aquadro, 1994. DNA fingerprinting analysis of parent-offspring conflict in a bee. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 91(11): 5143-5147.   

Muerrle, T. M., P. Neumann, J. F. Dames, H. R. Hepburn & M. P. Hill, 2006. Susceptibility of adult Aethina tumida (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae) to entomopathogenic fungi. Journal of economic entomology 99(1): 1-6.

Muesebeck, C. F. W., K. V. Krombein & H. K. Townes, 1951a. Hymenoptera of America north of Mexico - Synoptic Catalog. U.S. Dept. Agriculture Monograph No. 2. 1420 pages.

Muesebeck, C. F. W., K. V. Krombein & H. Townes, 1951b. Date of publication, synoptic catalog of North American Hymenoptera. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 53: 232.

Muhammad, Ghulam, M. Saqib & S. H. Mallick, 2000. Honey bee stinging (apisination): what the medical and veterinary professionals ought to know? Pakistan Veterinary Journal 20(4): 209-211.

Muli, E. M., S. K. Raina & J. M. Mueke, 2005. Royal jelly production in East Africa: performance potential of the honey bees, Apis mellifera scutellata and Apis mellifera monticola in Kenya. Journal of apicultural research 44(4): 137-140.

Müller, A. 1990. Die Bienenfauna (Hymenoptera, Apoidea) des Schaffhauser Randens (Nordschweizer Jura). Mitteilungen der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft Schaffhausen 35: 1-35.

Müller, A. 1991. Wildbienen im Schaffhauser Randen. Neujahrsblatt der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft Schaffhausen 43: 76 pp.

Müller, A. 1992. Osmia melanura Morawitz, 1871, eine helicophile Bienenart aus dem Mittelmeerraum (Hymenoptera, Megachilidae).  Entomofauna 13: 273-280.

Müller, A. 1994. Die Bionomie der in leeren Schneckengehäusen nistenden Biene Osmia spinulosa (Kirby 1802) (Hymenoptera, Megachilidae).  Veröffentlichungen für Naturschutz und Landschaftspflege Baden-Württemberg 68/69: 291-334.

Müller, A. 1995.  Morphological specializations in central European bees for the uptake of pollen from flowers with anthers hidden in narrow corolla tubes.  Entomologia Generalis 20: 43-57.

Müller, A. 1996a.  Convergent evolution of morphological specializations in central European bee and honey wasp species as an adaptation to the uptake of pollen from nototribic flowers.  Biological Journal of the Linnean society 57: 235-252.

Müller, A. 1966b.  Host plant specialization in western palearctic anthidiine bees.  Ecological Monographs 66: 235-257.

Müller, A. 1966c.  Collection of extrafloral trichomesecretions for nest wool impregnation in the solitary bee Anthidium manicatum Naturwissenschaften 83: 230-232.

Müller, A. 1995. Morphological specializations in central European bees for the uptake of pollen from flowers with anthers hidden in narrow corolla tubes (Hymenoptera: Apoidea). Entomol. Gen. 20(1/2): 43-57.

Müller, A. 1996. Host-plant specialization in western Palearctic anthidiine bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Megachilidae). Ecological Monographs 66: 235-257.

Müller, A. 2002. Osmia (Melanosmia) steinmanni sp. n., a new bee species from the Swiss Alps (Hymenoptera, Apoidea, Megachilidae). Revue Suisse de Zoologie 109: 803-812.

Müller, A. (In press). A scientific note on Bombus inexspectatus (Tkalcu, 1963): further evidence for a social parasitic mode of life. Apidologie.

Müller, A. (In press). Unusual host plant of Hoplitis pici, a bee with hooked bristles on its mouthparts (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae: Osmiini). European Journal of Entomology. 

Muller, A. & N. Bansac, 2004. A specialized pollen-harvesting device in western palaearctic bees of the genus Megachile (Hymenoptera, Apoidea, Megachilidae). Apidologie 35: 329-337.

Müller, A., S. Diener, S. Schnyder, K. Stutz, C. Sedivy & S. Dorn, (in press). Quantitative pollen requirements of solitary bees: implications for bee conservation and the evolution of bee-flower relationships. Biological Conservation.

Müller, A. & M. Gosteli, 1992. Die Schnecken, Heuschrecken, Tagfalter und Bienen des Randen-Schutzgebietes “Ladel”, Merishausen (Nordschweizer Jura).  Mitteilungen der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft Schaffhausen 37: 51-76.

Müller, A., A. Krebs & F. Amiet, 1997. Bienen - Mitteleuropäische Gattungen, Lebensweise, Beobachtung. Naturbuch Verlag, Augsburg, 384 pp.

Müller, A. & M. Kuhlmann, 2003. Narrow flower specialization in two European bee species of the genus Colletes (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Colletidae). European Journal of Entomology 100: 631-635.

Müller, A. & P. Noger, 1992. Zur Insektenfauna von Gersau-Oberholz, Kanton Schwyz. XII. Hymenoptera 2: Apoidea (Bienen) 1. Entomologische Berichte Luzern 27: 117-122.

Müller, A., W. Töpfl & F. Amiet, 1996.  Collection of extrafloral trichome secretions for nest wall impregnation in the solitary bee Anthidium manicatum.  Naturwissenschaften 83(5): 230-232.

Muller, C. B. & P. Schmidt-Hempel, 1992a. Correlates of reproductive success among field colonies of Bombus lucorum: the importance of growth and parasites. Ecological Entomology 17(4): 343-353.

Muller, C. B. & P. Schmid-Hempel, 1992b. Variation in life-history pattern in relation to worker mortality in the bumble-bee, Bombus lucorum. Functional Ecology 6(1): 48-56.  

Muller, C. B. & P. Schmid-Hempel, 1993. Exploitation of cold temperature as defence against parasitoids in bumblebees. Nature 363(6424): 65-67.

Muller, C. B. & R. Schmid-Hempel, 1992. To die for host or parasite? Animal Behaviour 44(1): 177-179.

Muller, D., R. Abel, R. Brandt, M. Zockler & R Menzel, 2002. Differential parallel processing of olfactory information in the honeybee, Apis mellifera L. Journal of Comparative Physiology, A. Sensory, Neural and Behavioral Physiology 188(5): 359-370.

Müller, D., B. Gerber, F. Hellstern, M. Hammer & R. Menzel, 2000. Sensory preconditioning in honeybees. Journal of Experimental Biology 203: 1351-1364.

Müller, E. 1883.  The Fertilization of Flowers.  Macmillan, London.  669 pages. [In German.]

Müller, E. 1888.  The Fertilization of Flowers. (Translation by d’Arcy W. Thompson). Arno Press, New York. 669 pages.

Müller, H.  1872. Anwendung der Darwin’schen Lehre auf Bienen. Lippstadt 8: 1-96, 2 pls. [Review by  Hensel, A.  1873. Berliner Entomologische Zeitschrift xvii: 153-158.]

Müller, H. 1884.  Ein Beitrag zur Lebensgeschichte der Dasypoda hirtipes Verhandlungen des Naturhistorischen Vereins der Preussisschen Rheinlande [Bonn] 41: 1-52, pls. 1,2.

Müller, H. 1944. Beiträge zur Kenntnis der Bienenfauna Sachsens. Mitt. Dtsch. Ent. Ges., Berlin 13(5-10): 65-108. 

Müller, O. F. 1776. Zoologić Danicć prodromus, seu animalium Danić et Norvegić indigenarum characteres, nomina, et synonyma imprimis popularium. xxxii+274 pp. Havnić.

Müller, P. L. S.  1775. Des RItterrs Carl von Linne, Vollstanndiges Natursystem der Insecten mit einer ausfuhrlichen Erklarung. vol. 2. Gabriel Nicolaus Kaspe, Nurnberg.

Müller, U. 1994. Ca˛+/calmodulin dependent nictric oxide synthase in Apis mellifera and Drosophila melanogaster. Eur. J. Neurosci. 6:1362-1370.

Müller, U. 1996. Inhibition of nitric oxide synthase impairs a distinct form of long-term memory in the honeybee, Apis mellifera. Neuron 16: 541-549.

Müller, U. 1997a. Insect 86 kDa protein kinase C substrate is a filament interacting protein regulated by Ca2+/calmodulin and phosphorylation. Brain Res. 757: 24-30.

Müller, U. 1997b. Neuronal cAMP-dependent protein kinase type II is concentrated in mushroom bodies of Drosophila melanogaster and the honeybee Apis mellifera. J. Neurobiol. 33: 33-44.

Müller, U. 1997c. The nitric oxide system in insects. Progr. Neurobiol. 51: 363-381.

Müller, U. 1998a. Associative olfactory learning and the function of second messenger cascades in the antennal lobes of the honeybee. Zoology 101: P. 50. (Abstract).

Müller, U. 1998b. Olfactory learning in the honeybee: the cAMP cascade and its role in memory formation. Proceedings of the Fifth International Congress of Neuroethology, Int.Soc.for Neuroethology, August l998 in San Diego, p. S32. (Abstract).

Müller, U. 1998c. Signal cascades involved in olfactory learning of honeybees. Eur. J. Neurosci. 10:261-261. (Abstract).

Müller, U. 1998d. Signal cascades involved in olfactory learning of honeybees. Synaptic plasticity and learning and memory - Satellite symposium of the European Forum of Neuroscience, p. 28. (Abstract).

Müller, U. 1999. Long-term memory in the honeybee requires cAMP dependent protein kinase (PKAII); Evidence fo a critical role of cGMP. Göttingen Neurobiology Report 1999. Pp. 552-552. In: Proceedings of the 1st Göttingen Conference of the German Neuroscience Society 1999, Volume II; 27th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference.

Müller, U. 2000a. Prolonged activation of cAMP-dependent protein kinase during conditioning induces long-term memory in honeybees. Neuron 27: 159-168.

Müller, U. 2000b. Signal transduction pathways in well-defined models of learning and memory: Drosophila and honeybee. Pp. 51-63. In: Reith, M. E. A. (ed.), Cerebral Signal Transduction: From First to Fourth Messengers. Humana Press, Totowa, New Jersey.

Müller, U. 2002. Learning in honeybees: from molecules to behaviour. Zoology 105(4): 313-320.

Müller, U. & K. Altfelder, 1991. The Ca-dependent proteolytic system -calpain-calpastatin- in the neural tissue of the honeybee Apis mellifera. Insect Biochem. 21(5): 473-477.

Müller, U. & G. Bicker, 1994. Calcium-activated release of nitric oxide and cellular distribution of nitric oxide-synthesizing neurons in the nervous system of the locust. J. Neurosci. 14: 7521-7528.

Müller, U. & E. Buchner, 1993. Histochemical localization of NADPH-diaphorase in the adult Drosophila brain. Is nitric oxide a neuronal messenger also in insects? Naturwiss. 80: 524-526.

Müller, U. & H. Hildebrandt, 1995. The nitric oxide/cGMP system in the antennal lobe of Apis mellifera is implicated in integrative processing of chemosensory stimuli. Eur. J. Neurosci. 7: 2240-2248.

Muller, U. & H. Hildebrandt, 2002. Nitric oxide/cGMP-mediated protein kinase A activation in the antennal lobes plays an important role in appetitive reflex habituation in the honeybee. Journal of Neuroscience 22(19): 8739-8747.

Muller, U. R. 2002. Recombinant Hymenoptera venom allergens. Allergy 57(7): 570-576.

Müller, V. A., L. de Santis, L. G. Cornejo, J. A.de Regalia & N. B. Diaz, 1978. Domestication of Africanized populations of Apis mellifera in the central-eastern zone of Rio Grande do Sul State Brazil. Gac. Colmenar 40(8): 432, 434, 436-440.

Müller, W. J. & H. R. Hepburn, 1992. Temporal and spatial patterns of wax secretion and related behavior in the division of labour of the honeybee (Apis mellifera capensis). Journal of Comparative Physiology A - Sensory, Neural and Behavioral Physiology 171(1): 111-115.

Müller, W. J. & H. R. Hepburn, 1994. Juvenile hormone III and wax secretion in honeybees (Apis mellifera capensis). Journal of Insect Physiology 40(10): 873-881.

Mulligan, G. A. 1972. Autogomy, allogamy and pollination in some Canadian weeds.  Canadian Journal of Botany 50(8): 1767-1771.

Mulligan, G. A. & P. G. Kevan, 1973.  Color, brightness and other floral characteristics attracting insects to the blossoms of some Canadian weeds.  Canadian Journal Botany 51: 1939-1952.

Mumme, R. L., W. G. Koenig & F. L. W. Ratnieks, F. L. W. 1989. Helping behaviour, reproductive value, and the future component of indirect fitness. Animal Behaviour 38: 331-343.

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Munstedt, K., A. Hackethal & K. Schmidt, 2005. Bee venom therapy, bee venom acupuncture or apipuncture - what is the evidence behind the various health claims? American bee journal 145(8): 665-668.

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