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Wilford, J. N. 1995.  Which came first: bees or flowers ? Find points to bees.  New York Times, May 23: C1, C11. 

Wilkaniec, Z., F. Wójtowski & B. Szymaś, 1985.  Some investigations on solitary bee Rhophitoides canus Ev. (Apoidea, Halictidae) nesting in alfalfa seed plantations.  Zoologia Poloniae 32: 139-151. 

Wilkins, A. L., Y. Lu & P. C. Molan, 1993. Extractable organic substances from New Zealand unifloral manuka (Leptospermum scoparium) honeys. Journal of Apicultural Research 32(1): 3-9.

Wilkins, A. L., Y. Lu & S. –T. Tan, 1993. Extractives from New Zealand honeys. 4. Linalool derivatives and other components from nodding thistle (Carduus nutans) honey. J. Agric. Food Chem. 41(6): 873-878.

Wilkins, A. L., S. –T. Tan & P. C. Molan, 1995. Extractable organic substances from New Zealand unifloral vipers bugloss (Echium vulgare) honey. J. Apic. Res. 34(2):  73-78.

Wilkins, S., M. A. Brown & A. G. S. Cuthbertson, 2007. The incidence of honey bee pests and diseases in England and Wales. Pest management science 63(11): 1062-1068. [Electronic Resource: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ps.1461].

Wilkinson, D. & G. C. Smith, 2002. Modeling the efficiency of sampling and trapping Varroa destructor in the drone brood of honey bees (Apis mellifera). American Bee Journal 142(3): 209-212.

Wille, A.  1956.  Comparative studies of the thoracic musculature of bees.  University of Kansas Science Bulletin 38: 439-499. 

Wille, A. 1958. A comparative study of the dorsal vessels of bees.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 51: 538-546. 

Wille, A. 1959a. [MS].Comparative morphology and classification of the stingless bees (Hymenoptera, Apidae). The University of Kansas, Lawrence, Doctoral Thesis. 217 pp., 10 pls. 

Wille, A. 1959b. A new fossil stingless bee (Meliponini) from the amber of Chiapas, MexicoJournal of Paleontology 33: 849-852, pl. 119.

Wille, A. 1960. A new species of stingless bee (Meliponini) from BoliviaRevista de Biologia Tropical 8: 219-223. 

Wille, A. 1961. Evolutionary trends in the ventral nerve cord of the stingless bees.  Revista de Biologia Tropical 9: 117-129. 

Wille, A. 1962. A new species of stingless bee (Meliponini) from Costa RicaRevista de Biologia Tropical 10: 177-181. 

Wille, A. 1963a. Phylogenetic significance of an unusual African stingless bee, Melipona bocandei (Spinola). Revista de Biologia Tropical 11: 25-45. 

Wille, A. 1963b. Behavioral adaptations of bees for pollen collecting from Cassia flowers. Revista de Biologia Tropical 11(2): 205-210. 

Wille, A. 1964.  Notes on the primitive stingless bee Trigona (Nogueirapis) mirandulaRevista de Biologia Tropical 12: 117-151. 

Wille, A. 1971.  Notes on the morphology of the musculature of the salivary syringe and neck region of bees.  Revista de Biologia Tropical 18: 33-51. 

Wille, A. 1976. Stingless bees of the genus Melipona (Apidae, Meliponini) from Costa Rica. Revista de Biologia Tropical 24(1): 123-147. 

Wille, A. 1977.  A general review of the fossil stingless bees.  Revista de Biologia Tropical 25: 43-46. 

Wille, A. 1979a.  A comparative study of the pollen press and nearby structures in the bees of the family Apidae.  Revista de Biologia Tropical 27: 217-221. 

Wille, A. 1979b.  Phylogeny and relationships among the genera and subgenera of the stingless bees (Meliponinae) of the world.  Revista de Biologia Tropical. 27(2): 241-277. 

Wille, A. 1983.  Biology of the stingless bees.  Annual Review of Entomology 28: 41-64. 

Wille, A. & L. Chandler, 1964.  A new stingless bee from the Tertiary amber of the Dominican Republic (Hymenoptera; Meliponini).  Rev.  Biol. Trop. 12(2): 187-195. 

Wille, A.  & C. D. Michener, 1971.  Observations on the nests of Costa Rican Halictus with taxonomic notes on neotropical species. Revista de Biologia Tropical 18(1,2): 17-31. 

Wille, A.  & C. D. Michener, 1973.  The nest architecture of stingless bees with special reference to those of Costa Rica. Revista de Biologia Tropical 21 (suppl. 1): 1-278.

Wille, A. & E. Orozoco, 1983. Polinización del Chayote Sechium edule (Jacq.) Swartz en Costa Rica. Rev. Biol. Trop. 31(1): 145-154.

Wille, H., A. Imdorf, G. Buehlmann, V. Killchenmann & M. Wille, 1985.  Relationship between pollen harvest, brood production and median life expectancy of worker bees pollen colonies (Apis mellifera).  Mittschweiz. Entomol. Ges.  58(1/2): 205-214. [In German with English summary.]. 

Willett, L. S. 1988. The U.S. honey industry: an economic analysis. Cornell Agric. Econ. Staff Pap. Dep. Agric. Econ. Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station 1988,   88(1): 1-19.

William, J.  1991. Funds to fight Africanized bee invasion exhausted.  American Bee Journal 131(7): 431+

William, T. & H. K. Wolfgang, 1989. Hearing in Honey Bees: Detection of Air-Particle Oscillations. Science 244: 686-688.

Williams, C. E. 1990.  Late winter foraging by honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) of sapsicker drill holes.  Gt. Lakes Entomol. 23(1): 29-32.

Williams, C. M. 1969.  Perspectives in insect-plant interactions.  Report of a work conference.  Nat. Acad. Sci., washington, D. C. 93 pages.

Williams, E. L. 1968. Boards for leafcutting bees in the inland west. Idaho Forestry. Wildlife and Range Expt. Sta. Note No. 104: 1-4.

Williams, F. X. 1927. Notes on the habits of the bees and wasps of the Hawaiian IslandsProceedings of the Hawaiian Entomological Society 6: 425-464. 

Williams, F. X. 1928.  The natural history of a Philippine nipa house with descriptions of new wasps.  Philippine Journal of Science 35: 53-118, pls. 1-8.  

Williams, G. & P. Williams,  1997. Smoke from dried leaves vs. varroa mite of honey bees. HortIdeas,  October, p. 114. 

Williams, G. R., A. B. A. Shafer, R. E. L. Rogers, D. Shutler & D. T. Stewart, 2008. First detection of Nosema ceranae, a microsporidian parasite of European honey bees (Apis mellifera), in Canada and central USA. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 97(2): 189-192. [Electronic Resource: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jip.2007.08.005].

Williams, H. J., M. R. Strand, G. W. Elzen, S. B. Vinson & S. J. Merritt, 1986.  Nesting behavior, nest architecture and use of Dufour’s gland lipids in nest provisioning by Megachile integra and M. mendica mendicaJournal of the Kansas Entomological Society 59: 588-597.

Williams, H. J., S. B. Vinson, G. W. Frankie, R. E, Colville & G. W. Ivie, 1984.  Description, chemical contents and function of the tibial gland in Centris nitida and Centris trigonoides subtarsata (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae) in the Costa Rican dry forest.  Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 57: 50-54. 

Williams, I. 2000. Abstracts of the 7th International Symposium of the ICPBR Bee Protection Group, co-organized by INRA and ACTA. Hazards of pesticides to bees at Universite d'Avignon, France 07-09 Septembre 1999. BulletinOILB/SROP 23(3): vi+100.

Williams, I. H. 1977a.  Behaviour of insects foraging on pigeon-pea (Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.) in IndiaTropical Agriculture, Guildford  54(4): 353-364. 

Williams, I. H. 1977b. Exposure of the Nasonov. gland by the worker honeybee (Apis mellifera L.). Pp. 160-161. In: Proceedings of the 8th  International Congress of the International Union for the Study of Social Insects.  

Williams, I. H. 1978. The pollination requirements of swede rape (Brassica napus L.) and of turnip rape (Brassica campestris L.).  Journal of Agricultural Science 91(2): 343-348.

Williams, I. H. 1979. Beekeeping in the Sultanate of Oman. American Bee Journal 119(7): 510-511, 532-533, 535.  

Williams, I. H. 1980. Oil-seed rape and beekeeping, particularly in Britain. Bee World 61(4): 141-153.  

Williams, I. H.  1981. Solitary bees that inhabit walls.  Bee World 62(3): 106-108.  

Williams, I. H. 1987. The pollination of lupins. Bee World 68(1): 10-16.

Williams, I. H. 1988. The pollination of linseed and flax. Bee World 69(4): 145-152.

Williams, I. H. 1991a. The pollination of linseed. Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Pollination, August 27-31, 1990, Tilburg, Netherlands. Acta Horticulturae 288: 234-238.

Williams, I. H. 1991b. The pollination of white lupin. Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Pollination, August 27-31, 1990, Tilburg, Netherlands. Acta Horticulturae 288: 469-472.  

Williams, I. H. 1991c. Floral phenology, pollination and fertilization in linseed. Pp. 27-32. In  the series analytic: Aspects of Applied Biology. R. J. Froud-Williams, P. Gladders, M. C. Heath, J. F. Jenkyn, C. M. Knott, A. Lane & D. Pink (eds.). Article No.28.

Williams, I. H. 1994. The dependence of crop production within the European Union on pollination by honey bees. Agricultural Zoology Reviews 6: 229-257.

Williams, I. H. 2001. Bee-mediated pollen and gene flow from GM plants. Acta Horticulturae No. 561: 25-33.

Williams, I. H. 2002a. The EU regulatory framework for GM crops in relation to bees. Bee World 83(1): 24-35.

Williams, I. H. 2002b. The EU regulatory framework for GM foods in relation to bee products. Bee World 83(2): 78-87.

Williams, I. H. 2002c. Cultivation of GM crops in the EU, farmland biodiversity and bees. Bee World 83(3): 119-133.

Williams, I. H., N. Carreck & D. J. Little, 1993. Nectar sources for honey bees and the movement of honey bee colonies for crop pollination and honey production in England. Bee World 74(4): 160-175.  

Williams, I. H., S. A. Corbet & J. L. Osborne, 1991.  Beekeeping, wild bees and pollination in the European Community. Bee World 72(4): 170-180. 

Williams, I. H. & J. B. Free, 1974. The pollination of onion (Allium cepa L.) to produce hybrid seed. Journal of Applied Ecology 11(2): 409-417.

Williams, I. H. & J. B. Free, 1975a. The pollination and set of the early flowers of runner bean (Phaseolus coccineus L.). Journal of Horticultural Science 50(4): 405-413.

Williams, I. H. & J. B. Free, 1975b. Effect of environmental conditions during the larval period on the tendency of worker honeybees to develop their ovaries. Proceedings of the Royal Entomological Society, London,  Ser. A. General Entomology 49(2): 179-182.   

Williams, I. H., A. P. Martin & S. J. Clark, 1990. Pollination requirements of linseed (Linum usitatissimum). Journal of Agricultural Science 115(3): 347-352.  

Williams, I. H., A. P. Martin & R. P. White, 1986. The pollination requirements of oil-seed rape (Brassica napus L.). Journal of Agricultural Science 106(1): 27-30.  

Williams, I. H., A. P. Martin & R. P. White, 1987. The effect of insect pollination on plant development and seed production in winter oil-seed rape (Brassica napus L.). Journal of Agricultural Science 109(1): 135-139.  

Williams, I. H., J. A. Pickett & A. P. Martin, 1981a. The Nasonov pheromone of the honeybee Apis mellifera L. (Hymenoptera, Apidae). II. Bioassay of the components using foragers. Journal of Chemical Ecology 7(2): 225-237.

Williams, I. H., J. A. Pickett & A. P. Martin, 1981b. Attraction of honeybees to flowering plants by using synthetic Nasonov pheromone. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 30(2): 199-201.

Williams, I. H., J. A. Pickett & A. P. Martin, 1982. Nasonov pheromone of the honeybee, Apis mellifera L. (Hymenoptera, Apidae). IV. Comparative electroantennogram responses. Journal of Chemical Ecology 8(2): 567-574.  

Williams, I. H., J. R. Simpkins & A. P. Martin, 1991.  Effect of insect pollination on seed production in linseed (Linum usitatissimum).  Journal of Agricultural Sciences 117(1): 75-79. 

Williams, J. L. 1976. Status of the greater wax moth, Galleria mellonella, in the United States beekeeping industry. American Bee Journal 116(11): 524-526.

Williams, J. L. 1983. Effect of osmotic pressure on insemination success using incubated honeybee semen. American Bee Journal 123(12): 849-850, 852. 

Williams, J. L.  1986.  Evaluation of  pheromone  traps for drone  honey bees.  American Bee Journal 126(12): 836.

Williams, J. L. 1987. Wind-directed pheromone trap for drone honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae).  Journal of Economic Entomology 80(2): 532-536. 

Williams, J. L., J. T. Ambrose & C. G. Wright, 1994. The effect of fluvalinate (Apistan queen tabs) on queen and worker honey bees in transit and colony survivorship. American Bee Journal 134(11): 759-762.

Williams, J. L., R. G. Danka & T. E. Rinderer, 1988.  Selective bait system for potential abatement of feral Africanized honey bees. American Bee Journal 128(12): 811. 

Williams, J. L., R. G. Danka & T. E. Rinderer, 1989. Baiting system for selective abatement of undesirable honey bees. Apidologie  20(2): 175-180.

Williams, J. L. & J. R. Harbo, 1982. Bioassay for diluents of honeybee semen. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 75(4): 457-459.

Williams, J. L. & N. M. Kauffeld, 1974. Winter conditions in commercial colonies in Louisiana. American Bee Journal 114(6): 219-221.

Williams, J. L., J. D. Villa & R. G. Danka, 1992. Acephate bait for eliminating honey bee swarms in swarm traps. Apidologie 23(6): 537-544.

Williams, N., R. L. Minckley & F. A. Silviera, 2001. Variation in native bee faunas and its implications for detecting community changes. Conservation Ecology 5(1): ZZ [online] URL: http://www.consecol.org/vol5/iss1/art7.

Williams, N. M. 2003. Use of novel pollen species by specialist and generalist solitary bees (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae). Oecologia 134(2): 228-237.

Williams, N. M. & K. Goodell, 2000. Association of mandible shape and nesting material in Osmia Panzer (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae): a morphometric analysis. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 93(2): 318-325.

Williams, N. M. & V. J. Tepedino, 2003. Consistent mixing of near and distant resources in foraging bouts by the solitary mason bee Osmia lignaria. Behavioral Ecology 14(1): 141-149.

Williams, P. H. 1982. The distribution and decline of British bumble bees (Bombus Latr.). Journal of Apicultural Research 21: 236-245. 

Williams, P. H. 1985a. On the distribution of bumble bees (Hymenoptera, Apidae) with particular regard to patterns within the British Isles. 180 pp. Ph.D. Thesis. University of Cambridge. 

Williams, P. H. 1985b. A preliminary cladistic investigation of relationships among the bumble bees (Hymenoptera, Apidae). Systematic Entomology 10: 239- 255. 

Williams, P. H. 1985c. Nuclearbombus fallout [Reply to Menke & Carpenter, 1984]. Sphecos 10: 13. 

Williams, P. H. 1986. Environmental change and the distributions of British bumble bees (Bombus Latr.). Bee World 67: 50-61. 

Williams, P. H. 1988. Habitat use by bumble bees (Bombus spp.). Ecological Entomology 13: 223-237. 

Williams, P. H. 1989a. Why are there so many species of bumble bees at Dungeness? Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 101: 31-44. 

Williams, P. H. 1989b. Bumble bees and their decline in Britain. Central Association of Bee-Keepers, Ilford. 15 pp.  

Williams, P. H. 1991. The bumble bees of the Kashmir, Himalaya (Hymenoptera: Apidae, Bombini). Bulletin of the British Museum of the Natural History (Entomology) 60: 1-204. 439 figs, 62 maps. 

Williams, P. H. 1992. WORLDMAP - priority areas for biodiversity. Using version 3. Privately distributed, London. 10 pp.

Williams, P. H. 1993. Measuring more of biodiversity for choosing conservation areas, using taxonomic relatedness. In T.-Y. Moon (ed.): International Symposium on Biodiversity and Conservation (KEI), pp. 194-227. Seoul. 

Williams, P. H. 1994. Phylogenetic relationships among bumble bees (Bombus Latr.): a reappraisal of morphological evidence. Systematic Entomology 19: 327-344. 

Williams, P. H. 1995a. Phylogenetic relationships among bumble bees (Bombus Latr.): a re-appraisal of morphological evidence. Systematic Entomology 19(1994): 327-344.

Williams, P. H. 1995b. The WORLDMAP debate. (Correspondence). Trends in Ecology and Evolution 10: 82.

Williams, P. H. 1996a. Biodiversity value and taxonomic relatedness. In M. E. Hochberg, J. Clobert & R. Barbault (eds): The genesis and maintenance of biological diversity, pp. 261-277. Oxford. 

Williams, P. H. 1996b. Mapping variations in the strength and breadth of biogeographic transition zones using species turnover. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London (B) 263: 579-588.  

Williams, P. H. 1996c. Measuring biodiversity value. World Conservation 1: 12-14.

Williams, P. H. 1998. An annotated checklist of bumble bees with an analysis of patterns of description (Hymenoptera: Apidae, Bombini). Bulletin of The Natural History Museum [London] (Entomology) 67: 79-152.  

Williams, P. H. 2000. Are Bombus lucorum and magnus separate species? BWARS Newsletter 2000(1): 15-17.  

Williams, P. & M. Araujo, 2000a. Integrating species and ecosystem monitoring for identifying conservation priorities. European Nature 4: 17-18.

Williams, P. H. & M. B. Araujo, 2000b. Using probabilities of persistence to identify important areas for biodiversity conservation. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Biological Sciences 267: 1959-1966.

Williams, P. H. & S. A. Cameron, 1993. Bumble bee (Bombus Latr.) records from the Valley of Flowers, Uttar Pradesh. Bulletin of Entomology 31: 125-127. 

Williams, P. H. & K. J. Gaston, 1994. Measuring more of biodiversity: can higher-taxon richness predict wholesale species richness ? Biological Conservation 67: 211-217.

Williams, P. H. & K. J. Gaston, 1998. Biodiversity indicators: graphical techniques, smoothing and searching for what makes relationships work. Ecography 21: 551-560.

Williams, P. H. & C. J. Humphries, 1994. Biodiversity, taxonomic relatedness and endemism in conservation. Pp. 269-287. In: P. L. Forey, C. J. Humphries & R. I. Vane-Wright (eds), Systematics and conservation evaluation. Special volume of the Systematics Association, Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Williams, P. H. & C. J. Humphries, 1996a. Comparing character diversity among biotas. In K. J. Gaston (ed.): Biodiversity, a biology of numbers and difference, pp. 54-76. Oxford. 

Williams, P. H. & C. J. Humphries, 1996b. WORLDMAP and prioritisation for conservation: integration of systematic data for conservation evaluation. Pp. 98-99. In: Jermy, A. C., D. Long, M. J. S. Sands, N. E. Stork, S. Winser (eds.), Biodiversity assessment: a guide to good practice.. Department of the Environment / HMSO, London.

Williams, P., C. Humphries & M. Araujo, 1998. Mapping Europe's biodiversity. Pp.12-15. In: Facts & figures on Europe's biodiversity. State and trends 1998-1999. ECNC, Tilburg.

Williams, P. H. & C. Margules, 2001. Grid cells, polygons, and ecoregions in biogeography and in biodiversity priority-area selection. In Terrestrial Ecoregions of Africa, a conservation assessment. WWF .

Williams, P. H. & A. Seddon, 1993. Mongolian bumble bee survey. In S. Belbin (ed.): Raleigh International Mongolia 92D expedition: June-August 1992 preliminary scientific reports. 6 pp. London.

Williams, P. H., R. I. Vane-Wright & C. J. Humphries, 1993. Measuring biodiversity for choosing conservation areas. Pp. 309-328. In: Hymenoptera and biodiversity. J. LaSalle & I. Gauld (eds), CABI, Wallingford.

Willie, H. 1966. Die Milbe (Acarapis woodi) in Zusammenhang mitt anderen Krankheitserregern. Südwestdeutsch. Imker 18: 322-324.

Willix, D. J., P. C. Molan & C. J. Harfoot, 1992. A comparison of the sensitivity of wound-infecting species of bacteria to the antibacterial activity of manuka honey and other honey. Journal of Applied Bacteriology 73: 388-394.

Willmer, P. G. 2003. Pollination ecology of acacias (Fabaceae, Mimosoideae). Australian Systematic Botany 16(1): 103-118.

Wilms, J. & E. Thomas, 2008. Foraging scent marks of bumblebees: footprint cues rather than pheromone signals. Naturwissenschaften 95(2): 149-153. [Electronic Resource: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00114 -007-0298-z].

Wilms, W. 1995. Die Bienenfauna im Küstenregenwald Brasiliens und ihre Beziehungen zu Blütenpflanzen: Fallstudie Boracéia, Săo Paulo. Tese de Doutorado, Ebehhard-Karls Universität, Tübingen, Alemanha, 219p. 

Wilms, W. & B. Wiechers, 1997.  Floral resource partitioning between native Melipona bees and introduced Africanized honey bee in the Brazilian Atlantic rain forest.  Apidologie 28: 339-355.

Wilms, W., L. Wendel, A. Zillikens,  B. Blochtein & W. Engels, 1997. Bees and other insects recorded on flowering trees in a subtropical Araucaria forest in southern Brazil. Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment 32: 220–226. 

Wilsie, C. P. 1958. Effect of inbreeding on fertility and vigor of alfalfa. Journal of Agronomy 50: 182.

Wilson, C. A. &  L. L. Ellis, 1966. A new technique for the detection of nosema in apiaries. American Bee Journal 106: 131. 

Wilson, E. B.  1968. Leafcutting bee storage. Washington State University Cooperative Extension Services E. M. No. 2909: 1-5. 

Wilson, E. O. 1971:  The insect societies. Harvard Univ. Press, Cambridge, 548 p. 

Wilson, E. O. 1972. The Insect Societies. Belknap, Cambridge, Mass. 548 p.

Wilson, E. O. 1985.  The sociogenesis of insect colonies.  Science, Washington, D. C. 228: 1489-1495.

Wilson, J. 1855. Entomology. Pp. 1-265. In: Anonymous Editor, Encyclopedia Brittannica, 8th ed. Vol. 9.

Wilson, P. & J. D. Thomson, 1991. Heterogeneity among floral visitors leads to discordance between removal and deposition of pollen.  Ecology 72: 1503-1507.

Wilson, P., J. D. Thomson, M. L. Stanton & L. P. Rigney, 1994. Beyond floral Batemania: gender biases in selection for pollination success. American Naturalist 143: 283-296.

Wilson, W. T. 1970. Inoculation of the pupal honeybee with spores of Bacillus larvae. Journal of Apicultural Research 9: 33-37.

Wilson, W. T. 1990. Tracheal mites (Acarapis woodi): an overview. Abstract, Eastern U.S. Tracheal Mites Symposium. American Bee Journal 130: 185.

Wilson, W. T., J. R. Baxter, W. L. Rubink, C. Garza-Q. & A. M. Collins, 1995. Parasitic mite population changes during Africanization of managed honey bee colonies in Mexico. American Bee Journal 135(12): 825-833.

Wilson, W. T. & A. M. Collins, 1991. Spring applications of formic acid for control of Acarapis woodi. American Bee Journal 131(12): 785.

Wilson, W. T. & L. E. Combs, 1971. Bundled flagella from Bacillus larvae maintained in vivo and in vitro. Pp. 112. In: 13th International Congress of Entomology Moscow, 1968. 

Wilson, W. T., R. L. Cox & J. O. Moffett, 1990a. Menthol-grease board: a new method of administering menthol to honey bee colonies. American Bee Journal 130(6): 409-412.

Wilson, W. T., R. L. Cox, J. O. Moffett & M. Ellis, 1990. Improved survival of honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) colonies from long-term suppression of tracheal mites (Acarapis woodi Rennie) with menthol. Bee Science 1: 48-54.

Wilson, W. T., R. L. Cox, J. O. Moffett, A. J. Harvey & T. L. Archer, 1988.  Residues on honey bees, hive products, and foliage following applications of the emulsifiable concentrate of ethyl parathion to blooming sunflowers. Southwestern Entomologist 13(1): 11-17. 

Wilson, W. T., J. R. Elliott & J. D. Hitchock, 1971. Loco recurrence of American foulbrood in honey bee colonies previously treated with drugs.  American Bee Journal 111(11): 430-431.

Wilson, W. T., J. R. Elliot & J. J. Lackett, 1970. Antibiotic treatments that last longer (American foulbrood). American Bee Journal 110(9): 348, 351. 

Wilson, W. T., J. R. Elliott & J. J. Lackett, 1970. Antibiotic treatments that last longer. Gleanings in Bee Culture 98(9): 536-537, 570.

Wilson, W. T., D. L. Maki, C. J. Vargas & R. L. Cox, 1988. Honey bee swarm frequency and tracheal mite infestation levels in bait hives along the US/Mexico border. American Bee Journal 128(12): 811-812.

Wilson, W. T., J.O. Moffett,  R.L. Cox,  D.L. Maki, H. Richardson  & R. Rivera, 1988. Menthol treatment for Acarapis woodi control in Apis melliferaand the resulting residues in honey.  Pp. 535-540. In: Needham, G.R. (ed.), Africanized honey bees and bee mites. E. Horwood, Chichester, West Sussex, England.                                

Wilson, W. T. & R. A. Nunamaker, 1982. The infestation of honeybees in Mexico with Acarapis woodi. American Bee Journal 122(7): 503-505, 508.

Wilson, W. T., R. A. Nunamaker & D. Maki, 1984a. The occurrence of brood diseases and the absence of the Varroa mite in honeybees from Mexico. American Bee Journal 124(1): 51-53.

Wilson, W. T., R. A. Nunamaker & D. L. Maki, 1984b. Beekeeping in Mexico. American Bee Journal 124(6): 446-449, 459-461.

Wilson, W. T., H. A. Rhodes, R. A. Nunamaker & A. Stoner, 1985. The possible consequences of finding Acarapis woodi adults in honey bees from Venezuela, South America. American Bee Journal 125(9): 640-641.

Wilson, W. T., G. H. Rose, J. R. Elliot & J. J. Lackett, 1973. Antibiotic paper packs: another method of prolonging drug treatment in honey bee colonies. American Bee Journal 113(9): 338-340.

Wilson, W. T. & W. C. Rothenbuhler, 1968. Resistance to American foulbrood in honey bees. VIII. Effects of injecting Bacillus larvae spores into adults. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 12: 418-424.

Wilson, W. T., P. E. Sonnet &  A. Stoner, 1980. Pesticides and honey bee mortality. Pp. 129-140. In: Beekeeping in the United States. U.S. Department of Agriculture Handbook No. 355.

Wilson, W. T., S. F. Tuff, J. O. Moffett, H. Shimanuki, M. M. Alzubaidy & C. Shipman, 1978. Field evaluation of Penicillium waksmani as a possible treatment for American foulbrood disease of honey bees, Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 41(2): 245-252.

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Woyke, J. 1962b. Geneza powstawania niezwykłych pszczół. [Origin of unusual bees]. Pszczeln. Zesz. nauk. 4(2): 49-63. 

Woyke, J. 1962c. The hatchability of “lethal” eggs in two sex allele fraternity of honey bees. Journal of Apicultural Research 1: 6-13. 

Woyke, J. 1963a. Drones from fertilized eggs and biology of sex determination in the honeybee. Bull. Acad. Polon. Sci. Cl. V, Ser. sci .biol. 9(5): 251-254.

Woyke, J. 1963b. Drone larvae from fertilized eggs of the honeybee. Journal of Apicultural Research 2(1): 19-24.

Woyke, J. 1963c. Rozpoznawanie płci żywych larw pszczelich. [Recognition of sex in alive bee larvae]. Pszczeln. Zesz. nauk. 7(1): 23-31.

Woyke, J. 1963d. The behaviour of queens inseminated artificially in different manner. Apimondia XIX Intern. Beekeeping Congress, Prague Abstracts: 127. Proceedings, Comp. Text of  Lect. of XIX Congress of Apimondia: 702-703.

Woyke, J. 1963e. Drones from fertilized eggs and the biology of sex determination in the honey bee. Apimondia XIX Intern. Beekeeping Congress, Prague Abstracts : 126. Complete Text. of Lect. of XIX Congress of Apimondia: 715-718.(?)

Woyke, J. 1963f. Contribution of successive drones to the insemination of a queen. XIX-th Intern. Beekeeping Congress, Prague.  Abstracts, : 124-125.  Proceedings, Comp. Text. of  Lect. of  XIX Congress of Apimondia: 715-718(?).

Woyke, J. 1963g. What happens to diploid drone larvae in a honeybee colony. Journal of Apicultural Research 2(2): 73-76.

Woyke, J. 1963h. Rearing and viability of diploid drone larvae. Journal of Apicultural Research 2(2): 77-84.

Woyke, J. 1963i. Metoda wychowu matek i diploidalnych trutni z jaj poza ulem. [The method of rearing queens and diploid drones from eggs outside bee colony]. Pszczeln. Zesz. nauk. 7(2): 63‑80.

Woyke, J. 1964a. Causes of repeated mating flights by queen honey bees. Journal of Apicultural Research 3(1): 17-23.

Woyke, J. 1964b. Genetic characters in immature stages of wild and mutant bees. Journal of Apicultural Research 3(2): 91-98.

Woyke, J. 1965a. Genetic proof of the origin of drones from fertilized eggs of the honeybee. Journal of Apicultural Research 4(1): 7-11.

Woyke, J. 1965b. Study on the comparative viability of diploid and haploid larval drone honey bees. Journal of Apicultural Research 4(1): 12-16.

Woyke, J. 1965c. 1. Les males provenant des oeufs fecondes et la biologie de determination du sexe de l’abeille mellifere. Apiacta 1(1-2): 76-77. 2. Drones from fertilized eggs and the biology of sex determination in the honeybee. Apiacta 1(1-2): 77-78. 3.Trutni iz oplodotvoriennych jaic i opredelenie pola miedonosnych pchel. Apiacta 1(1-2): 78-79.  4. Drohnen aus befruchteten Eiern und die Biologie der Geschlechts- determination bei der Honigbiene. Apiacta 1(1-2): 79-80.

Woyke, J. 1965d. Die „Diploide“ der Drohnen. Paper delivered at the J. W. Goethe University. in Frankfurt/M., 15 July 1965, reported by H. Herman in. Deutsche Bienenwirtschaft 16(8): 224.

Woyke, J. 1965e. Study on diploid drone honey bees. Abstracts - Ve Congr. Inter. de l’Union Intern. pour l’Etude d. Insect. Socieaux. Resumes des Comunications.Tulouse  Compt. Rand. du Ve Congr. Intern. de l’Union Intern. pour l’Etude Insect. Socieux, Toulouse: 257-262.

Woyke, J. 1965f. The diploid drone. Apimondia, XX Intern. Beekeep. Jub. Congr. Comiss. Bee Biol., Bucharest. Abstracts 1(14): 1-4, Proceedings, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania :152-154.

Woyke, J. 1965g. On bee genetics. Apimondia XX Intern. Beekeep. Jub. Congr., Bucharest: 77‑82.

Woyke, J. 1965h. Do honey bees eat diploid drone larvae because they are in worker cells? Journal of Apicultural Research 4(2): 65-70.

Woyke, J. 1965i. Rearing diploid drone larvae in queen cells in a colony. Journal of Apicultural Research 4(3): 143-148.

Woyke, J. 1965j. Raport de sinteza asupra Genetica la albina. Apicultura (Bucharest) 18(11-12): 20-23. 

Woyke, J. 1966a. Wovon hängt die Zahl der Spermien in der Samenblase der auf natürlichem Wege begatteten Königinen ab? Zeitschr. für Bienenforsch. 8(3): 236-247.

Woyke, J. 1966b. Relation of semen volume to the number of sperms in the spermatheca of artificially inseminated queen honey bees. Intern. Symposium on Bee Genetics and Artificial Insemination of Bee QueensCzechoslovakia: 1-2.

Woyke, J. 1966c. The development, maturation and production of drones and natural mating of virgin and drone honey bees. Final Techn. Report P.L. 480, Agricult. Uni., Bee Cult. Lab., Warsaw: 1-108.

Woyke, J. 1967a. Rearing conditions and the number of sperms reaching the queens spermatheca. Apimondia XXI Intern. Apicult. Congr. Univ. Maryland, USA. Abstracts: 84-85. Proceedings, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania: 232-234.

Woyke, J. 1967b. Diploid drone substance - cannibalism substance. Apimondia XXI Intern. Apicult. Congr., Univ. Maryland, USA. Abstracts: 57-58.  Proceedings, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania: 471-474.

Woyke, J. 1968. Some facts concerning the beekeeping in both Americas and in Africa and the genetic studies in Brazil. XIII Intern. Congr. Entomol. Moscow: 331-332.

Woyke, J. 1969a. Weitere Untersuchungen über die diploiden Drohnen. Allgemeine Deutsche Imkerztg.3(3): 68-71.

Woyke, J. 1969b. A method of rearing diploid drones in a honeybee colony. Journal of Apicultural Research 8(2): 65-71.

Woyke, J. 1969c. Rearing diploid drones on royal jelly or bee milk. Journal of Apicultural Research 8(3): 169-173.

Woyke, J. 1969d. The role of sex alleles in the development of reproductive organs of diploid drones. Apimondia XXII Intern. Bienenzüchter-Kongr., München Abstracts: 187. Proceedings: Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest: 625.

Woyke, J. 1970. Ergebnisse der künstlichen Besamung der Königinnen verchiedener Bienenrassen. Bienenforscherkonf. Inst. f. Biaval, Norg. Land. Hogsk. – Asker : 3.

Woyke, J. 1971a. 1. Correlations between the age at which honeybee brood was grafted, characteristics of the resultant queens, and results of insemination. Journal of Apicultural Research 10(1): 45-55. 2. Republished by journal editor: Les conditions d’elevage et le nombre de sperms qui atteignent le receptacle seminal de la reine. Revue fr. Apic. 1971, 289: 255-256.

Woyke, J. 1971b. Unasienianie matek pszczelich na trutowisku o zwiększonej liczbie trutni. [Mating of queens in mating station with increased number of drones]. Pszczeln. Zesz. nauk. 15(1‑2): 43-51.

Woyke, J. 1971c. Badania nad uzyskaniem diploidalnych trutni pszczelich (Apis mellifica L.). [Investigations on rearing diploid drones (Apis mellifica L.)]. Przegl. Zool. 15(4): 355-364.

Woyke, J. 1971d. Czy diploidalne trutnie są nadsamcami czy interseksami? [Are diplod drones supermales or intersexes?] X Nauk. Konf. Pszczel., Puławy: 22-23.

Woyke, J. 1971e. Dlaczego trutnie nie wychowują się w matecznikach. [Why the drones do not develop in queen cells?]. X Nauk. Konf. Pszczel., Puławy: 23-24.

Woyke, J. 1971f New experimental data in the honey bee genetics. Apimondia XXIII Intern. Apicult. Congr. Moscow Abstracts: 110-111. Proceedings, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania: 365-367.

Woyke, J. 1971g. Biology of reproduction as a basis for production of new varieties of honey bees. Final Techn. Rep. for UDSA, Agricult. Un i., Bee Cult. Lab. Warsaw: 1-154.

Woyke, J. 1972a. Obserwacje nad pszczołami indyjskimi przeprowadzone w NRF i w Polsce. [Observations on Indian bees, conducted in Germany and in Poland]. Pszczelarstwo 23(5): 2-4.

Woyke, J. 1972b. Naturalne i sztuczne unasienianie pszczół indyjskich. [Natural and instrumental insemination of Indian bees]. XI Nauk. Konf. Pszczel., Puławy: 24-26.

Woyke, J. 1972c. 1. Forecast on investigations on poliploid honey bees by the test of hypothesis of genic balance, and of the heterozygosity of multiple loci. Apimondia Sci. Bull.: 33-35. 2. Prognoz issledovanii poliploidii u miedonosnych pchel na osnovie gipotez geneticzeskovo balansa i geterozigotnosti mnozhestviennych lokusov. Sborn. Naucz. Trudov Apimondii: 33-35. Also 3 in French, 4. German & 5 Spanish.

Woyke, J. 1972d. 1. Sexallele und kontrolierte Paarung. Intern. Symp.: Paarungskontrolle und Selektion bei der  Honigbiene. Lunz am See: 69-74. 2 Sex alleles and controlled mating. Apimondia Sci. Bull. 1: 103-108. 3. Polovye alleli i kontrolirujemoie sparivanie. Sborn. Naucz. Trudow Apimondii 1: 103-108. Also the same in 3 French, 4. German, and 5 Spanish. 6. Republished by journal editor Me Feng 1985, (4): 4-8 (in Chinese).].   

Woyke, J. 1972e. How to determine the sex of living honey bee larvas. Republished No. 32 by editor of Nation. Techn. Inform. Service. Sprinfield, Virginia, USA: 1-8.

Woyke, J. 1973a. Reproductive organs of haploid and diploid drones. Journal of Apicultural Research 12(1): 1-18.

Woyke, J. 1973b. Instrumental insemination of Apis cerana indica queens. Journal of Apicultural Research 12(3): 151-158.

Woyke, J. 1973c. Laranja: a new honey bee mutation. Gene dosage and the maleness of diploid drones. Journal of  Heredity 64: 227-230.

Woyke, J. 1973d. DNA content in spermatidis and spermatozoa of haploid and diploid honeybee drones. Apimondia XXIV Intern. Apicult. Congr., Buenos Aires: Abstracts: 53. Proceedings, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania: 324-327.

Woyke, J. 1973e. Artificial insemination of Apis cerana indica. Apimondia XXIV Intern. Apicult. Congr. Buenos Aires, Argentina  Abstracts: 52 Proceedings, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania: 335-338.

Woyke, J. 1973f. Przedłużenie języczka pszczół przez ich poliploidyzację. [Increase of the tongue length of honey bees by poliploidization]. XII Konf. Nauk., Puławy: 23-30.

Woyke, J. 1973g. Zawartość DNA w komórkach rozrodczych dwóch rodzajów trutni. [DNA contents in reproductive cells of two types of drones]. XII Nauk. Konf. Pszczel; Puławy: 31-32.

Woyke, J. 1973h. Experiences with Apis mellifera adansonii in Brazil and in Poland.Apiacta 8(3): 115-116.

Woyke, J. 1973i. Reproduction and artificial insemination of Apis cerana indica Fabr. Indian Bee Journal  35(3-4): 10-20.

Woyke, J. 1974a. The story of diploid drones of honeybee. History of the Bee Res. Assoc. London B.R.A.: 151-154.

Woyke, J. 1974b. Genic balance, heterozygosity and inheritance of size of testes in diploid drone honeybee. Journal of Apicultural Research 13(2): 77-85. 

Woyke, J. 1975a. DNA content of spermatids and spermatozoa of haploid and diploid drones. Journal of Apicultural Research 14(1): 3-8.

Woyke, J. 1975b. Works of the Central Bee Research Institute in India. Indian Bee Journal 35(1‑4): 55-59.

Woyke, J. 1975c. Natural and instrumental insemination of Apis cerana indica in India. Journal of Apicultural Research 14(3-4): 153-159.

Woyke, J. 1975d. 1. Survival rate of brood in the bee sanctuary on Kangaroo Island. Apimondia XXV Intern. Apicult. Congree, Grenoble, Abstracts: 223-224 Proceedings, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania: 277-279. 2. Przeżywalność czerwiu w rezerwacie pszczelim na wyspie Kangura. XIV Nauk. Konf. Pszczel., Puławy: 11.

Woyke, J. 1975e. 1. Eggs in comb cells of three species of Indian bees. Apimondia XXV Intern. Apicult. Congress, Grenoble Abstracts: 224 Proceedings, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania: 321-322 2. 1975, Jaja w komórkach trzech gatunków pszczół indyjskich. XIV Nauk. Konf. Pszczel., Puławy: 11-12.

Woyke, J. 1976a. Population genetic studies on sex alleles in the honeybee using the example of the Kangaroo Island bee sanctuary. Journal of Apicultural Research 15(3/4): 105-123.

Woyke, J. 1976b. 1. Brood-rearing efficiency and absconding in Indian honey bees. Journal of Apicultural Research 15(3/4): 133-143.  1977, 2. Brood rearing and absconding of tropical honey bees.  Apimondia Intern. Symposium on African Bees 1976: 96-102. 2. Republished by journal editor: Me Feng in year 1982,  (3): 12-14 (in Chinese.).

Woyke, J. 1977a. 1. The heredity of color patterns in the honey bee. Intern. Symposium on Genetics, Selection and Reproduction of the honeybee. Moscow 1976. Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest: 49-55. 2. Republished by journal editor: Me Feng  1986, (1): 3-5 & (2): 6-7 (in Chinese.).

Woyke, J. 1977b. The density of bristles covering the wings as discrimination value between African and other races of honey bees.  Apimondia Intern. Symposium on African bees, Pretoria 1976: 15-24.

Woyke, J. 1977c. Cannibalism and brood-rearing efficiency in the honeybee. Journal of Apicultural Research 16(2): 84-94.

Woyke, J. 1977d. Sex determination in the honey bee. Proceedings, 8th Intern. Congr. IUSSI, Wageningen: 188-190.

Woyke, J. 1977e. Comparative biometrical investigation on diploid drones of the honeybee. I. The head. Journal of Apicultural Research 16(3): 131-142.

Woyke, J. 1978a. Rozwój teorii determinacji płci u pszczół. [The progress of the theory of sex determination in honey bees]. Kosmos 27, Ser. A. Biol. (2): 181-188.

Woyke, J. 1978b. Comparative biometrical investigation on diploid drones of the honeybee. II. The thorax. Journal of Apicultural Research 17(4): 195-205.

Woyke, J. 1978c. Comparative biometrical investigation on diploid drones of the honey bee. III. The abdomen and weight. Journal of Apicultural Research 17(4): 206-217.

Woyke, J. 1978d. Determinacja płci i płciowości u pszczoły miodnej. [Determination of sex and sexuality in honey bees]. XVII Nauk. Konf. Pszczel., Puławy : 24-25.

Woyke, J. 1978e. Szczecinki na skrzydłach pszczoły jako cecha rasowa, płciowa i polimorficzna. [Bristles on honeybee wings as characteristics of races, sex and castes]. XVII Nauk. Konf. Pszczel., Puławy: 26-27.

Woyke, J. 1978f. Biology of reproduction and genetics of the honeybee. Final. Techn. Rep. for USDA. Agricult. Uni., Bee Cult. Div., Warsaw: 1-381.

Woyke, J. 1978g. Genetic regulation of the development of testes in diploid drone honey bee. Intern. Symp. on Regulation of  Insect Reproduction, Czech. Acad. Sci., Praha: 64.

Woyke, J. 1979a. Sex determination in Apis cerana indica. Journal of Apicultural Research 19(2): 122-127.

Woyke, J. 1979b. 1. Effect of the access of worker honey bees to the queen on the result of instrumental insemination. Journal of Apicultural Research 19(2): 136-143. 2. Republished by journal editor: Me Feng 1983, (2): 4-5  &  (3): 12-14 (in Chinese.).

Woyke, J. 1979c. 1. Badania nad pszczołą Apis mellifera capensis. 18 Nauk. Konf. Pszczel., Puławy: 21-22. 2. New investigations on Apis mellifera capenisis. Apimondia XXVII Intern. Congr. Apicult., Athens Abstracts: 319-321. Proceedings, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania: 319-321. 3. Republished 1979. New investigations on Apis mellifera capensis. In five languages, Apiacta 1979, 14 (4): 173.

Woyke, J. 1979d. 1. Wpływ przeżywalności czerwiu na produkcję pszczół i miodu.18 Nauk. Konf. Pszczel., Puławy: 23-24. 2. Influence of brood survival on offspring and honey production. Apimondia XXVII Intern. Apicult. Congr., Athens, Abstracts: 125-126. Proceedings, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania: 316-319. 3. 1980. Influence of brood survival on offspring and honey production Apiacta: (in five languages) 1: 5-7 & 23. 4. Republished by journal editor: Me Feng 1983 (4): 14 (in Chinese). 5. 1980, Kapbiets eqendomliga fortplantnings biologi./ Swedish/ Bitidningen 1: 6-7.

Woyke, J. 1980a. Evidence and action of cannibalism substance in Apis cerana indica. Journal of Apicultural Research 19(1): 6-16.

Woyke, J. 1980b. Effect of sex allele homo-heterozygosity on honeybee colony population and on their honey production. I. Favourable development conditions. Journal of Apicultural Research 19(1): 51-63.

Woyke, J. 1980c. Genetic background of sexuality in the diploid honeybee. Journal of Apicultural Research 19(2): 89-95.

Woyke, J. 1980d. Siła rodziny pszczelej i produkcja miodu jako funkcja czerwienia i długość życia robotnic. [Colony strength and honey production as function of brood rearing and life longevity of worker bees]. Streszczenia referatów; II Krajowy Zjazd naukowy Pszczelarzy, Puławy: 25-26.

Woyke, J. 1980e. Estudio comparativo sobre el manejo de las abejas meliferas durante todo el ano en zonas moderadas y tropicales. Minist. Agric. y Ganad., Direcc. General Ganaderia, San Salvador: 1-6.

Woyke, J. 1980f. International aspects of queen rearing around the world. Bee World 61(4): 131-137.

Woyke, J. 1981a. Effect of sex allele homo-heterozygosity on honeybee colony population and on their honey production. 2.Unfavourable development conditions and restricted queens. Journal of Apicultural Research 20(3): 148-155.

Woyke, J. 1981b. Flora apicola Salvadorena. Ministr. Agric. y Ganad., Direcc. General, Ganaderia, FAO., San Salvador: 1-14.

Woyke, J. 1981c. 1 Investigation sobre factores internos de las colonies de abejas de los cuales depende la production de la miel en El Salvador. Dir. Gener. Ganad., FAO, San Salvador: 1-29. 2. Influence of colony internal factors on honey production in El Salvador. Apimondia XXVIII Congr. Intern. Apicult., Acapulco, Mexico: Abstracts:135-136. Proceedings, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania: 298-304.

Woyke, J. 1981d. Comparative study of management of bees through the year, in temperate and tropical zones. Apiacta 16(30): 107-110.

Woyke, J. 1981e. Dzieło Jana Dzierzona we współczesnej nauce pszczelnictwa. [Jan Dzierzon in contemporary apiculture] Jan Dzierzon w historii i współczesności pszczelarstwa., Materialy na sesję naukową w 170 rocznicę urodzin. Instytut Śląski w Opolu: 54-84.

Woyke, J. 1981f. Investigation sobre necesided de alimentaction de sosten a las abejas en El Salvador. Dir. Gener. Ganad., FAO., San Salvador: 1-15.

Woyke, J. 1981g. Investigation sobre influencia de la frecuencia de alimentaction del sosten sobre desarrollo de colonies de abejas en El Salvador. Dir. Gener. Ganad., FAO., San Salvador: 1-18.

Woyke, J. 1981h. Investigation sobre metodos de alimentaction de estimulo a las colonies de abejas en El Salvador: Dir. Gener. Ganad., FAO., San Salvador: 1-12.

Woyke, J. 1981i. Produccion de la cria en las colonies de abejas durante todo el ano en El Salvador. Dir. Gener. Ganad., FAO., San Salvador: 1-12.

Woyke, J. 1981j. Sobrevivencia da la cria de las abejas en El Salvador. Dir. Gener. Ganad., FAO., San Salvador: 1-5.

Woyke, J. 1981k. La Apicultura en El Salvador. Dir. Gener. Ganad., FAO., San Salvador: 1-16. 

Woyke, J. 1981l. Tablas para determinar las candidades de las crias en las colonias de abejas. Dir. Gener. Ganad., FAO., San Salvador: 1-9.

Woyke, J. 1982. Fomento de la apicultura, El Salvador. Relation final, FAO., Rome: 1-17.

Woyke, J. 1983a. 1. Dynamics of enter of spermatozoa into the spermatheca of instrumentally inseminated queen. Journal of Apicultural Research 22(3): 150-154. 2. Republished by journal editor: Me Feng 1986, (2): 27-31 (in Chinese).

Woyke, J. 1983b. Length of haploid and diploid spermatozoa of the honeybee and the question of the production of triploid workers. Journal of Apicultural Research 22(3): 143-149.

Woyke, J. 1983c. Wpływ leczenia pszczół fumagiliną na produkcję potomstwa i miodu. [The effect of fumagilin treatment on honey and brood production]. XX Naukowa Konferencja Pszczelarska, Puławy: 26-27.

Woyke, J. 1983d. 1. Feeding of bee colonies in tropical zones. Apimondia XXIX Intern. Congr. Apiculture, Budapest Abstracts: 10- 11. Proceedings, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania: 354-355. 2. Republished by journal editor: Apiacta 28(3): 83.

Woyke, J. 1983e. 1. Pojedyńcze i wielokrotne plemniki diploidalne pszczoły miodnej. Nauk. Konf. Pszczel., Puławy: 26-27. 2. Single and multiple diploid spermatoza of honey bee. Apimondia XXIX Intern. Congr. Apiculture, Budapest; Abstracts: 210. Proceedings, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania: 174-175.

Woyke, J. 1984a. Wykorzystanie komórek plastra na wychów potomstwa w rodzinach pszczelich o różnym stopniu przeżywalności czerwiu. [Exploatation of comb cells for brood rearing in honeybee colonies with larvae of different survival rates] XXI Nauk. Konf. Pszczel., Puławy: 26.

Woyke, J. 1984b. Exploitation of comb cells for brood rearing in honeybee colonies with larvae of different survival rates.  Apidologie 15(2): 123-135.

Woyke, J. 1984c. Ultrastructure of single and multiple diploid honeybee spermatozoa. Journal of Apicultural Research 23(3): 123-135.

Woyke, J. 1984d. Correlations and interactions between population, length of worker life and honey production by honey bees in temperate region. Journal of Apicultural Research 23(3): 148‑154.

Woyke, J. 1984e. Beekeeping in Afghanistan. Proc. Expert Consultation on Beekeeping with Apis mellifera in Tropical and Sub.-Tropical Asia, Bangkok Chiang Mai, Thailand, FAO., Rome: 124-130.

Woyke, J. 1984f. Apiculture development in Afghanistan. Report on consultancy, Field document TCP/AFG/2201, FAO., Rome: 1-21.

Woyke, J. 1984g. Apiculture development in Afghanistan. Terminal statement, FAO., Rome: 1‑13.

Woyke, J. 1984h. Strengthening of apiculture centre and development of beekeeping in Afghanistan. Project document, FAO., Rome: 1-11.

Woyke, J. 1984i. Tropilaelaps clareae in Afghanistan, and control methods that could be applied in Tropical Asia. 3rd Intern. Conf. Apicult. Tropc. Climates, Naiorbi. IBRA, London: 163-166.

Woyke, J. 1984j. Survival and prophylactic control of Tropilaelaps clareae infesting Apis mellifera colonies in Afghanistan. Apidologie 15(4): 421-434.

Woyke, J. 1984k. Increase in the life-span, unit honey productivity and honey surplus with fumagilin treatment of honey bees. Journal of Apicultural Research 23(4): 209-212.

Woyke, J. 1985a. Infestation of honey bee colonies by parasitic mites Varroa jacobsoni and Tropilaelaps clareae in South Vietnam, and results of chemical treatment. FAO., Rome: 1-5.

Woyke, J. 1985b. Tropilaelaps clareae, a serious pest of Apis mellifera in the tropics, but not dangerous for apiculture in temperate zones. American Bee Journal 125(7): 497-499.

Woyke, J. 1985c. Instrumental insemination of honey-bee queens in the development of beekeeping. World Anim. Rev. 56: 40-44.

Woyke, J. 1985d. Combat of the parasitic bee mite Tropilaelaps clareae without use of medicine. Apimondia XXX Intern. Apicult. Congr. Nagoya, Japan, Abstracts: 46-47. Proceedings, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania: 284-286.

Woyke, J. 1985e. Further investigation into control of parasitic bee mite Tropilaelaps clareae without medication. Journal of Apicultural Research 24(4): 250-254.

Woyke, J. 1985f. Genetics basis of reproduction in the honey bee. Final. Techn. Rep. for USDA, Agric. Univ. Bee Cult. Div., Warsaw: 1-25.

Woyke, J. 1985g. Present situation of parasitic infestation of bee colonies by Varroa Jacobsoni and Tropilaelaps clareae in Vietnam and methods to combate these mites. Min. Agric., FAO., Hanoi: 1-13.

Woyke, J. 1985h. Assistance to apiculture development in Vietnam. Terminal Statement of Consultancy., FAO., Rome: 1-16.

Woyke, J. 1986a. Dlaczego metody skuteczne w zwalczaniu Varroa jacobsoni zawodzą w zwalczaniu Tropilaelaps clareae. [Why methods effective to combat Varroa jacobsoni fail to control Tropilaelaps clareae] XXIII Nauk. Konf. Pszczel., Puławy: 28-29.

Woyke, J. 1986b. Rules governing the dynamics of entry of spermatozoa into spermatheca of instrumentally inseminated queen honey bees. Symp. Intern. Apimondia, Insemination scientifique et commerciale des reines d’abeilles, Toulouse: 21-25.

Woyke, J. 1986c. Influence of the number of attendant workers on the beginning of egg laying by instrumentally inseminated queen bees. Symp. Intern. Apimondia, Insemination scientifique et commerciale des reines d’abeilles, Toulouse: 26-30.

Woyke, J. 1986d. Strengthening of Apiculture Promotion Unit, Kumasi, Ghana. I Terminal statement, FAO., Accra: 1-13.

Woyke, J. 1987a. Strengthening of Apiculture Promotion Unit, Kumasi, Ghana. II Terminal statement, FAO., Rome: 1-22.

Woyke, J. 1987b. Some observations and investigations on biology and management of African honey bees in Ghana. Field document TCP/GHA/4505, FAO., Kumasi: 1-40.

Woyke, J. 1987c. Strengthening of Central Beekeeping Station in Ghana. Project proposal, FAO., Accra: 1-5.

Woyke, J. 1987d. Genetic basis of reproduction in honey bee. Agricultural University, Warsaw: 1-44.

Woyke, J. 1987e. Instrumental insemination of queen bees in Egypt. Report on the honeybee improvement in Egypt, FAO., Rome: 1-4.

Woyke, J. 1987f.  Honeybee improvement in Egypt. Terminal statement., FAO., Rome: 1-19.

Woyke, J. 1987g. Can the number of ovarioles of honeybee queens be estimated by external characters of living queens? Apimondia XXXI Intern. Apicult. Congr., Warsaw. Abstracts: 78-79. Proceedings, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania: 152-155.

Woyke, J. 1987h. The cause of inclining of honeybee eggs in comb cells. Apimondia XXXI Inter. Apicult. Congr., Warsaw Abstracts: 88. Proceedings, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania: 181.

Woyke, J. 1987i. Infestation of honeybee colonies by parasitic mites Varroa jacobsoni and Tropilaelaps clareae in South Vietnam, and results of chemical treatment. Journal of Apicultural Research 26(1): 64-67.

Woyke, J. 1987j. Length of stay of parasitic mite Tropilaelaps clareae outside sealed honeybee brood cells as basis for its proper control.  Journal of Apicultural Research 26(2): 104-109.

Woyke, J. 1987k. Length of successive stages in the development of mite Tropilaelaps clareae in relation to honeybee brood age. Journal of Apicultural Research 26(2): 110-114. 

Woyke, J. 1987l. Comparative population dynamics of Tropilaelaps clareae and Varroa jacobsoni mites in honey bees. Journal of Apicultural Research 26(3): 196-202.

Woyke, J. 1988a. Problems with queen banks. American Bee Journal 124(4): 276-278.

Woyke, J. 1988b. Economic utilisation of honey bees in Sudan. Progress Rep. FAO., Rome: 1-10.

Woyke, J. 1988c. Brood survival in productive bee apiaries in Australia as test for breeding honeybee in closed populations. 1. Second Australian and Intern. Bee Congr., Surface Paradise, Australia: 45-46. 2 1988, Journal of Apicultural Research 27(1): 30-34.

Woyke, J. 1988d. A mathematical model for the dynamics of spermatozoa entry into spermathecae of instrumentally inseminated queen honey bees. Journal of Apicultural Research 27(2): 122-125.

Woyke, J. 1989a. Biology and control of the parasitic bee mite Tropilaelaps clareae and some comparison to Varroa jacobsoni. FAO, Workshop on parasitic bee mites and their control. Puławy: 1-29.

Woyke, J. 1989b. Economic utilization of honey bees in Sudan. Periodic Progress Report, FAO., Rome: 1-8.

Woyke, J. 1989c. 1. Breeding of honey bees resistant to Varroa jacobsoni  American Bee Journal 129(1): 21-23. 2. Republished by journal editors: In Polish:1988, Hodowla pszczół odpornych na warrozę. Pszczelarstwo 39(11): 9-13. 3 In French: 1989, La résistance des abeilles au varroa. La Santé de l’Abeille 113: 228-230. 4 In German:1989, Zucht von Honigbienen, die wiederstansfähig sind gegenűber Varroa jacobsoni. Die Biene 125(12): 693-695. 5. In Czech: 1990, Plemenny chov včel rezistentnich vuči roztoči Varroa jacobsoni. Odborné Včelařské Překlady 1: 11-13. 6. In Spanish:1990, Vida Apicola 41: 43-45. 7. In Italian 1992, Ape Nostra Amica 14(1): 38-39. [All of these belong to similar title and content. They are translations of first title -  J.W. ]  

Woyke, J. 1989d. Maladies des abeilles en Algerie. Rapport de la mission, FAO., Rome: 1-20. 

Woyke, J. 1989e. Instrumental insemination of queen bees in Albania. Mission report, FAO., Rome: 1-12.

Woyke, J. 1989f. Biology and control of the parasitic bee mite Tropilaelaps clareae and some comparison to Varroa jacobsoni  Workshop on parasitic bee mites and their control. Puławy, 27 Aug.- 1 Sept., 1987, FAO., Rome: 209-231.

Woyke, J. 1989g. Wychów matek pszczół afrykańskich A. m. adansonii w Afryce. [Rearing of A. m. adansonii queens in Africa]. XXVI Pszczel. Konf. Nauk. , Puławy: 27-28.

Woyke, J. 1989h. Untersuchungen zur Fortpflanzung, instrumentallen Besamung und Genetic der Honigbiene, durchgeführt in Polen.  Mitteil. über Bienenbesamung 1(2): 3-6.

Woyke, J. 1989i. 1. Biology and management of African honey bees Apis mellifera adansonii in Africa. Apimondia XXXII Intern. Apicult. Congr., Rio de Janeiro  a Abstracts : 77-78.  Proceedings, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania: 44-47. 2. Republished by journal editor 1990, Apiacta 25: 79-83.

Woyke, J. 1989j. Experiences with queen bees rearing and instrumental insemination of Apis mellifera adansonii in Ghana. Apimondia XXXII Intern. Apicult. Congr., Rio de Janeiro  Abstracts: 78. Proceedings, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania: 61.

Woyke, J. 1989k. Cria de las reinas y mejoramiento de abejas en Mexico. Representation de Mission. FAO., Mexico: 1-10.

Woyke, J. 1989l. Correct queen maintenance before and after instrumental insemination tested in Egypt. Journal of Apicultural Research 28(4): 187-190.

Woyke, J. 1989m. 1. Change in shape of Tropilaelaps clareae females and the onset of egg laying. Journal of Apicultural Research 28(4): 196-200. 2. Republished by journal editor 1991, Mi Feng (Chinese Apiculture, in Chinese) (3): 36-39.

Woyke, J. 1990a. Sztucznie unasienione matki ze sprawdzonym czerwieniem. [Instrumentally insemineted queen bees with tested brood rearing]. XXVII Nauk. Konf. Pszczeln., Puławy: 36-37.

Woyke, J. 1990b. Economic utilization of honey bees in Sudan. Assignment report, FAO, Rome: 1-24.

Woyke, J. 1990c. Economic utilization of honey bees in Sudan. Terminal statement FAO, Rome: 1-19. 

Woyke, J. 1990d. A T-shaped frame for queen rearing in Kenya top-bar hives. Newsletter for beekeepers in tropical and subtropical countries,  17: 7.

Woyke, J. 1990e. Biology and control of the parasitic bee mite Tropilaelaps clareae. Proceed. Intern. Symp. Resent Research on bee Pathology: Gent. Belgium September 5-7: 90-99.

Woyke, J. 1990f. Rozpoczynanie czerwienia przez sztucznie unasienione matki pszczele traktowane dwutlenkiem węgla w różny sposób. [Beginning of egg laying by instrumentally inseminated queens treated with carbon dioxide in different manner]. Ogólnop. Konf. Nauk., Współczesne Probl. Pszczelarstwa w Polsce. Olsztyn: 162-166.

Woyke, J. 1990g. Biology and management of African bees Apis mellifera adansonii in Africa. Apiacta 25 (4): 97-101.

Woyke, J. 1991a. Syringe guide for the instrumental insemination apparatus of queen bees (Apis mellifera L.) Apidologie 22(1): 81-85.

Woyke, J. 1991b. 1. Brood nest arrangement in top-bar hives. Beekeeping & Development (20): 3. 2. Republished by journal editor :Ngang Ong (Vietnam)  1(3): 5-7.

Woyke, J. 1992a. Diurnal flight activity of African bees Apis mellifera adansonii in different seasons and zones of Ghana. Apidologie 23(2): 107-117.

Woyke, J. 1992b. Diurnal and seasonal variation in defensive behaviour of Apis mellifera adansoni in Ghana. Apidologie 23(4): 311-322.

Woyke, J. 1992c. Size change of eggs during the incubation period in three Asian honey bee species. Intern. Conf. on Asian Honey Bees and Bee Mites Abstracts: 79. 1993: Proceedings, Asian Apiculture, Wicwas Press, Cheshire, Connecticut, USA:  197-205.

Woyke, J. 1992d. Rearing and instrumental insemination of Apis florea queens. Intern. Conf. on Asian Honey Bees and Bee Mites, 1992 Abstracts: 80.  1993: Proceedings, Asian Apiculture, Wicwas Press, Cheshire, Connecticut, USA : 206-210. 

Woyke, J. 1992e. Natural mating of instrumentally inseminated queen honey bees. Apimondia XIX Intern. Congr. of Entomology, Beijing, China: 238.

Woyke, J. 1992f. Control of the parasitic bee mite Tropilaelaps clareae. Apimondia XIX Intern. Congr. of Entomology, Beijing, China: 250.

Woyke, J. 1992g. Przyczyny różnego stopnia inwazji Varroa w strefie umiarkowanej i tropikalnej; [The reasons of different invasion degree of Varroa in temperate and tropical zone] Salus Apis mellifera.  I Polsko-Niemieckie Symp.: Postępy w Badaniach nad Warrozą, Szczecin: 40-41.

Woyke, J. 1993a. Some behavioural characters of Sudanese honey bees (Apis mellifera nubica). Bee World 74(3):133-140.

Woyke, J. 1993b. 1 Practical control method of the parasitic bee mite Tropilaelaps clareae. American Bee Journal 133(7): 510-511.2. Republished by editor: Publications of Vietnam Bee Researches 1990 – 1998: 7-9.

Woyke, J. 1993c. New data from the biology of the parasitic bee mite Tropilaelaps clareae. Proc. Apidologie Symposium (E. J. Hentshel ed), Jena: 108-111.

Woyke, J. 1993d. Survival and reproduction of the parasitic bee mite Tropilaelaps clareae. Apimondia XXXIII Intern. Beekeeping Congress. Beijing, China  Abstracts : 101-102. Proceedings, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania: 209-212.

Woyke, J. 1994a. Comparison of the size of eggs from Apis mellifera L queens and laying workers. Apidologie 25(2): 179-187.

Woyke, J. 1994b. Tropilaelaps clareae females can survive for four weeks when given open bee brood of Apis mellifera. Journal of Apicultural Research 33(1): 21-25.

Woyke, J. 1994c. Przebieg kopulacji u pasożytniczych roztoczy pszczół Tropilaelaps clareae i Varroa jacobsoni. [Mating behaviour of Tropilaelaps clareae and Varroa jacobsoni]. XXXI Nauk. Konf. Pszczelarska., Puławy: 74-75.

Woyke, J. 1994d. Repeated egg laying by females of the parasitic hoeybee mite Tropilaelaps clareae Delfinado and Baker. Apidologie 25(3): 327-330.

Woyke, J. 1994e. Risque d’introduction en Europe de nouveaux acariens parasites des abeilles melliferes. La Santé de l’Abeille (141): 111-123.

Woyke, J. 1994f. Mating behaviour of the parasitic honeybee mite Tropilaelaps clareae.  Exper. & Appl Acarol. 18: 723-733. [Videos also].

Woyke, J. 1995g. Przyczyny trudności w wyhodowaniu triploidalnej pszczoły. [The cause of difficulties to rear triploid bee] XXXII Naukowa Konferancja Pszczelarska, Puławy: 92-93.

Woyke, J. 1995h. Expression of body colour in tree castes of four Asian honey bees. Intern. Confer. Tropical Bees and Environment: Pedu Lake, Kedah, Malaysia: 31-32.

Woyke, J. 1995i. Porównanie biologii i zwalczania pasożytniczych roztoczy pszczół Varroa jacobsoni i Tropilaelaps clareae. [Comparison of biology and control of Varroa jacobsoni and Tropilaelaps clareae] Materiały. XXII Naukowej Konferencji „Warroza pszczół i gospodarka pasieczna”. Pol. Tow. Nauk Wet. Olsztyn-Kortowo: 44-46.

Woyke, J. 1995j. Invasion of Capensis bee. Proceedings of the First International Electronic Conference on the Cape Bee problem in South Africa 05 - 30 June, 1995: 35.   

Woyke, J. 1995k. Larger honeybee workers. Proceedings of the First International Electronic Conference on the Cape Bee problem in South Africa 05 - 30 June, 1995: 46-47.

Woyke, J. 1995l. Dwindling of Cape honeybee colonies headed by laying workers. Proceedings of the First International Electronic Conference on the Cape Bee problem in South Africa 05 - 30 June 1995: 67-68.  

Woyke, J. 1995m. Instrumental insemination of Apis m. capensis worker bee. Proceedings of the First International Electronic Conference on the Cape Bee problem in South Africa 05 - 30 June, 1995: 69-70.

Woyke, J. 1995n. Survival of brood originating from Cape queens and laying workers. Proceedings of the First International Electronic Conference on the Cape Bee problem in South Africa 05 - 30 June, 1995: 74-75.

Woyke,  J. 1995o. Sex of brood originating from Cape queens and laying workers. Proceedings of the First International Electronic Conference on the Cape Bee problem in South Africa 05 - 30 June 1995: 89-91.

Woyke, J. 1995p. Comments on sex of Cape brood. Proceedings of the First International Electronic Conference on the Cape Bee problem in South Africa 05 - 30 June 1995: 98-99. 

Woyke, J. 1995q. Changes in the size of honeybee eggs during the incubation period. Apimondia XXXIV Internat. Apicultural Congress. Lausanne, Switzerland. Abstracts: 48 Proceedings, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania: 124.

Woyke, J. 1995r. 1. Rearing larger honeybee workers. Apimondia XXXIV Internat. Apicultural Congress. Lausanne, Switzerland.  Abstracts: 84. Proceedings, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania: 124-127. 2. Republished by journal editor: 1999, l’Abeile de France No 849, Juin. 

Woyke, J. 1996a. Odżywianie i przeżywalność samców pasożytów pszczół Varroa jacobsonii i Tropilaelaps clareae. [Feeding and survival of Varroa jacobsoni and Tropilaelaps clareae males]. XXXIII Nauk. Konf. Pszczel., Puławy: 94-95.

Woyke, J. 1996b. Kopulacja pasożyta pszczelego Tropilaelaps clareae. [Mating of parasitic mite Tropilaelaps clareae.] XXXIII Nauk. Konf. Pszczel., Puławy: 2.

Woyke, J. 1996c. Wybieranie miodu od pszczoły olbrzymiej Apis dorsata. [Honey harvesting from Apis dorsata]. XXXIII Nauk. Konf. Pszczel., Puławy: 3.

Woyke, J. 1996d. Size change of honeybee eggs during incubation period. III Polsko-Niemieckie Sympozjum, Salus Apis mellifera, Olsztyn: 92 Pszczeln. Zesz. nauk: 40(2): 239.

Woyke, J. 1996e. Liczba kojarzeń a wielkość efektywnej populacji pszczół. [Number of matings and effective population]. Biuletyn Sztuczne Unasienianie Matek Pszczelich 3: 2-5.

Woyke, J. 1996f. Wpływ liczby unasieniających trutni na przeżywalność czerwiu. [Influence of the number of mating drones on brood survival]. Biuletyn Sztuczne Unasienianie Matek Pszczelich 3: 10-13.

Woyke, J. 1996g. Theoretical studies on the effect of the number of sex alleles in honeybee populations and the number of matings on the frequency distribution of queens producing brood of different survival rate. Pszczel. Zesz. nauk. 40(1): 115-128.

Woyke, J. 1996h. Background and the history of apicultural scientific activities in Vietnam. 3rd Asian Apicultural Association Conference, Hanoi, 6-10 Oct. 1996: 1-7. 2001: Proceedings: xxvi‑xxxii.

Woyke, J. 1996i. Adult Tropilaelaps clareae males can feed and survive for two weeks.3rd Asian Apicultural Association Conference, Hanoi, 6-10 Oct. 1996 Abstracts: 57. 2001: Proceedings: 198-201.

Woyke, J. 1996j. 1. Different reaction of Apis mellifera and Apis dorsata to infestation by Varroa jacobsoni and Tropilaelaps clareae.  3rd Asian Apicultural Association Conference, Hanoi, 6-10 Oct. 1996, Abstracts: 61. 2001: Proceedings: 172-175. 2. Republished by journal editor: Publications of Vietnam Bee Researches 1990 – 1998.

Woyke, J. 1996k. Mating of the parasitic honeybee mite Tropilaelaps clareae. 3rd Asian Apicultural Association Conference, Hanoi, 6-10 Oct. 1996. Videos 1-3 .

Woyke,  J.  1997a. Obfitsze karmienie wszystkich larw po stracie matki w rodzinie pszczelej. [Increased food supply for all larvae after dequeening honeybee colonies. XIV Naukowa Konferencja Pszczelarska, Puławy: 85-86.

Woyke, J. 1997b. Gospodarka krokwiowa z pszczołą olbrzymią A. dorsata. [Rafter beekeeping with A. dorsata ]. XIV Naukowa Konferencja Pszczelarska, Puławy: 86.

Woyke, J. 1997c. Filmowa dokumentacja przebiegu kopulacji u pasożytniczego roztocza pszczół Tropilaelaps clareae [Film documentation of mating behaviour of Tropilaelaps clareae]. XIII Naukowa Konferencja „Warroza pszczół i gospodarka pasieczna”, ART, Olsztyn: 62-64.

Woyke, J. 1997d. Size change of honeybee eggs during incubation period. Apimondia XXXV International Apicultural Congress, Apimondia, Antwerp, Belgium Abstracts: 44. Proceedings, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania: 171.

Woyke, J. 1997e. Body color expression in several species of honey bees. Apimondia XXV International Apicultural Congress, Apimondia Antwerp, Belgium Abstracts: 44. Proceedings, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania: 171-172.

Woyke,  J. 1997f. Expression of body and hair color in three adult types of the red honeybee Apis koschevnikovi Buttel-Reepen 1906, in Sabah, Borneo. Apidologie 28(5): 275-286.

Woyke, J. 1998a. Dalsze badania nad obfitszym karmieniem larw w bezmatkach pszczelich. [Further investigation on increased food supply for larvae in queenless colonies]. XXXV Naukowa Konferencja Pszczelarska, Puławy: 86-87.

Woyke, J. 1998b. Wpływ warunków wychowu na wielkość pszczół kapsztackich i ich cechy kastowe. [Influence of rearing conditions on size and caste characters of Cape bees]. XXXV Naukowa Konferencja Pszczelarska, Puławy: 87-89.

Woyke, J. 1998c. Differences in body colour expression between European and Asian honey bees.4th Asian Apicultural Association Conference, Katmandu, Nepal, Abstract: 18-9.Proceedings 2000: 20-23.

Woyke, J. 1998d. Increased food supply for all larvae after dequeening honeybee colonies.4th Asian Apicultural Association Conference, Katmandu, Nepal, Abstract: 14-15.

Woyke, J. 1998e. Size change of Apis mellifera eggs during incubation period. Journal of Apicultuiral Research 37 (4): 239-246.

Woyke, J. 1999a. Zachowanie się względem siebie pszczół Apis mellifera i Apis dorsata. [Behavioural relationship between Apis mellifera and Apis dorsata] Pszczeln. Zesz. Nauk 43(supl.1): 126-127.

Woyke, J. 1999b. Increased food supply for all larvae after dequeening honeybee colonies. Journal of Apicultuiral Research 38(3-4): 117-123.

Woyke, J. 2000. Eversion of the endophallus of Apis dorsata drones. VII IBRA Conference on Tropical Bees, and V Asian Apicultural Association Conference, Chiang Mai, 19 - 25 March 2000, 2001 Proceedings: 189-194.

Woyke, J. 2002. Genetic basis of honey bee breeding taking into account local subspecies of Apis m. mellifera. 5th Intern. Conf. on Black Bee Apis mellifera mellifera. Wierzba, Poland:  2-6 09 2002. a. Abstracts: 39  b. Reports and Summaries: 111.

Woyke, J. 2003. Higieniczne zachowanie pszczoły olbrzymiej Apis  dorsata odmienne niż pszczoły miodnej Apis  mellifera. [Hygienic behaviour of Apis dorsata differs from that of Apis mellifera. 40 Naukowa Konferencja Ps zczelarska, Puławy: 33-35.

Woyke, J. & Z. Adamska, 1966. Genetic evidence of biparental origin of adult honey bee drones. Bull. Acad. Pol. Sci., Cl. V., Ser. sci. boil.14(1): 73-74.

Woyke, J. & Z. Adamska, 1972. The biparental origin of adult honeybee drones proved by mutant queens. Journal of Apicultural Research 11(1): 41-44.

Woyke, J. & J. Bobrzecki, 1973. Choroba dlugich mateczników [Long queen cells disease]. XII Nauk. Konf. Pszczel., Puławy: 33-34. 

Woyke,  J. &  J.  Bobrzecki, 1978. Long queen cells disease. Pszczel. Zesz. nauk. 22: 59-69.

Woyke, J., Ch. Chanchao, S. Wongsiri, J. Wilde & M. Wilde, 2003. Size of eggs from queens of three Asian Apis species and laying workers of Apis cerana. Journal of Apicultural Science 47(2): 57-71.

Woyk J., C. Fliszkiewicz & Z. Jasiński, 1996. Naturalne dounasienianie sztucznie unasienionych matek pszczelich. [Natural mating of instrumentally inseminated queen bees].XXXIII Nauk. Konf.  Pszczel., Puławy: 95-96.

Woyke, J., C. Fliszkiewicz & Z. Jasiński, 2001. Prevention of natural mating of instrumentally inseminated queen honey bees by proper method of instrumental insemination.  Journ. Apicult. Science 45: 101-114.  

Woyke, J., Z. Głowska & B. Nowosielska, 1956. Opieka pszczół nad matkami w różnych klateczkach. [Bee care of queens kept in different cages]. Pszczelarstwo 7(2): 4-7.

Woyke, J., F. G. Gribakin, N. G. Lopatina & E. G. Czesnokova, 1983. Osobiennosti mutacji. Pchelovodstvo 11: 9-10.

Woyke, J. & Z. Jasiński, 1973. Influence of external conditions and the number of spermatozoa entering the spermatheca of instrumentally inseminated honeybee queens Journal of Apicultural Research 12(3): 145-151.

Woyke, J. & Z. Jasiński, 1976. The influence of age on the results of instrumental insemination of honeybee queens. Apidologie 7(4): 301-306.

Woyke, J. & Z. Jasiński, 1978. Influence of age of drones on the results of instrumental insemination of honeybee queens. Apidologie 9(3): 203-212.

Woyke, J. & Z. Jasiński, 1979. Number of worker bees necessary to attend instrumentally inseminated queens kept in an incubator. Apidologie 10(20): 149-155.

Woyke, J. &  Z. Jasiński, 1980a. Wpływ liczby pszczół asystujących matce przed zabiegiem, na rezultaty sztucznego unasieniania. [Influence of the number of workers attending honeybee queens before the procedure on the results of instrumental insemination]. Pszczel. Zesz. nauk. 24: 3-8.

Woyke, J. & Z. Jasiński, 1980b. Influence of number of attendant workers on the results of instrumental insemination of honeybee queens kept at room temperature. Apidologie 11(2): 173-180.

Woyke, J. &  Z. Jasiński, 1982a. 1. Influence of the number of attendant workers on the number of spermatoza entering the spermatheca of instrumentally inseminated queens kept outdoors in mating nuclei. Journal of Apicultural Research 21(3): 129-133. 2. Republished by journal editor: Me Feng 1984, (1): 15-19 (in Chinese).].

Woyke, J. & Z. Jasiński, 1982b.  Comparison of the number of spermatozoa entering the spermatheca of instrumentally inseminated queens kept in nuclei and in normal honeybee colonies. Pszczel. Zesz. Nauk. 26: 29-34.

Woyke, J. & Z. Jasiński, 1985. Porównanie dynamiki wchodzenia plemników do zbiorniczka nasiennego sztucznie unasienionych matek pszczelich przetrzymanych w różnych warunkach. [Comparison of the dynamics of entering of spermatozoa into the spermatheca of instrumentally inseminated queens kept in different conditions]. Pszczel. Zesz. nauk. 29: 377-387.

Woyke, J. & Z. Jasiński, 1986. Do inseminated queens mate naturally after they start to lay eggs.  Symp. Intern. Apimondia, Insemination scientifique et commerciale des reines d’abeilles, Touluse: 31-35. 

Woyke, J. & Z. Jasiński, 1988. Wpyw liczby pszczół towarzyszących na początek składania jaj przez sztucznie unasienione matki pszczele, przetrzymywane w małych ulikach. [Influence of the number of attending workers on the beginning of egg laying by instrumentally inseminated queens kept in small nuclei.]. XXV Nauk. Konf. Pszczel. Puławy: 52-53.

Woyke, J. & Z. Jasiński, 1990. Effect of the number of attendant worker bees on the initiation of egg laying by instrumentally inseminated queens kept in small nuclei. Journal of Apicultural Research 29(2): 101-106.

Woyke, J. & Z. Jasiński, 1991. Naturalne dounasienianie się sztucznie unasienionych matek pszczelich. Cz.I [Natural mating of instrumentally inseminated queens I ]. XXVIII Nauk. Konf. Pszczel., Puławy: 30-31 .

Woyke, J. & Z. Jasiński, 1992. Natural mating of instrumentally inseminated queen bees. Apidologie 23(3): 225-230.

Woyke, J. & Z. Jasiński, 1993. The natural mating of instrumentally inseminated queen bees. Apimondia XXXIII Intern. Beekeeping Congress, Beijing, China. Abstract: 89. Proceedings, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania: 80-84.

Woyke, J., Z. Jasiński, & C. Fliszkiewicz, 1992. Naturalne dounasienianie się sztucznie unasienionych matek pszczelich. Cz.II. [Natural mating of instrumentally inseminated queen bees II]. XXVIII Nauk. Konf. Pszczel., Puławy: 47-48.

Woyke, J., Z. Jasiński & C. Fliszkiewicz, 1995. Further investigation on natural mating of instrumentally inseminated queen bees. Journal of Apicultural Research 34: 105-106.

Woyke, J., Z. Jasinski, C. Fliszkiewicz & H. Woyke, 2000. Flight activity of Apis mellifera foragers at the hive entrance during 86% eclipse of sun. Pszczel. Zesz. Nauk. 44(1): 239-252.

Woyke, J., Z. Jasiński & B. Smagowska, 1974. Porównanie organów rozrodczych oraz efektów sztucznego i naturalnego unasieniania pszczół różnych ras i ich mieszańców. [Comparison of reproductive organs and of natural and artificial insemination of honey bees of different subspecies and their hybrids]. Pszczel. Zesz. nauk. 18: 53-75.

Woyke, J. & W. E. Kerr, 1989. Linkage test between sex limited color gene and sex alleles in the honey bee. Rev. Brasil. Genet. 12(1): 9-15.

Woyke, J. &  A. Knytel, 1966a. Cytological proof of the origin of drones from fertilized eggs of the honey bee. Bull. Acad. Pol. Sci., Cl. V, Ser. sci. biol. 14(1): 69-72.

Woyke, J. & A. Knytel, 1966b. The chromosome number as proof that drones can arise from fertilized eggs of the honeybee. Journal of Apicultural Research 5(3): 149-154.

Woyke, J., A. Knytel & K. Bergandy, 1966a. Cytological proof of the origin of drones from inseminated eggs of the honey bee. Bul. Acad. pol. Sci. Cl. V. Ser. sci. Biol. 14(1): 65-67.

Woyke, J., A. Knytel & K. Bergandy, 1966b. The presence of spermatozoa in eggs as proof that drones can develop from inseminated eggs of the honey bee. Journal of Apicultural Research 5(2): 71-78.

Woyke, J. & W. Król-Paluch, 1985. Changes in tissue poliploidization during development of worker, queen, haploid and diploid drone, honey bees. Journal of Apicultural Research 24(4): 214-224.

Woyke, J.,  C. Kruk, J. Wilde J. & M. Wilde, 2004. Periodic mass flights of the giant honey bee Apis dorsata. Journal of Apicultural Research 43(4): 180-485.

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Woyke, J. & F. Ruttner, 1958. An anatomical study of the mating process in the honeybee.  Bee World 39(1): 3-18.

Woyke, J. & W. Skowronek, 1967. Spermatogenesis in diploid drones. Apimondia XXI Intern. Apicult. Congr. Univ. Maryland, USA . Abstracts: 57. Proceedings, Apimondia Publ. House, Bucharest, Romania: 470-479.

Woyke, J. & W. Skowronek, 1974. Spermatogenesis in diploid drones of honey bee. Journal of Apicultural Research 13(3): 183-190.

Woyke, J.,  J. Wilde & C. Reddy, 2003. Hygienic behaviour of Apis dorsata differs from that of Apis mellifera  XXXVIII Apimondia Congress, Ljubljana. b. Abstract: No 60: 222.c. Proceedings: paper No. 60: 1-6.

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Woyke, J.,  J. Wilde & M. Wilde,  2002a. Flight activity reaction to temperature changes in Apis dorsata, Apis laboriosa and Apis mellife. a. 2nd European Scientific Conference Salus Apis mellifera, Balatonlelle, Hungary,` 11-13. 9. 2002: 45. b. 2003. Journal of Apicultural Science 47(2): 73-80.

Woyke, J.,  J. Wilde & M. Wilde,  2002b. Heating and defensive body movements made by Apis laboriosa and Apis dorsata.  6th Asian Apicultural Association, Intern. Conf., Feb. 24 - March 1, 2002, Bangalore, India  Abstracts: 37.

Woyke, J.,  J.  Wilde & M. Wilde, 2002c. Heritable versus environmental cues in recognition and acceptance of two species of honeybees: Apis cerana and Apis dorsata in one colony. 6th Asian Apicultural Association, Intern. Conf., Feb. 24 - March 1, 2002, Bangalore, India. Abstracts: 8.

Woyke, J.,  J.  Wilde & M. Wilde, 2002d. Type of recognition cue as a basis to elaborate a method to keep two phylogenetically distant honey bee species Apis dorsata and. Apis cerana in the same colony. 2003. Asian Bee Journal, Special Issue: Proc. 6th AAA Intern. Conference, Bangalore, Feb. 24 -March 1, 2002, 5(1&2): 27- 33.

Woyke, J.,  J. Wilde & M. Wilde, 2003a. Flight activity reaction to temperature changes in Apis dorsata, Apis laboriosa and Apis mellifera. Journal of Apicultural Science 47 (2): 73-80.

Woyke, J.,  J. Wilde & M. Wilde, 2003b. Periodic mass flights of Apis laboriosa in Nepal. Apidologie 34(2): 121-127.           

Woyke, J.,  J. Wilde & M. Wilde, 2004a. Coexistence and behaviour of phylogenetically distant honey bee Apis laboriosa in Apis mellifera colony. Proc. of the Asian Apicultural Association Conf.: “Bees for new Asia” Los Banos, Philippines 23-27 Febr. 2004: 101-106.

Woyke, J.,  J. Wilde & M. Wilde, 2004b. Temperature correlated dorso-ventral abdomen flipping of Apis laboriosa and Apis dorsata worker bees. Apidologie 35 (5): 493-502.

Woyke, J.,  J. Wilde  & C. C. Reddy, 2004. Open-air-nesting honey bees Apis dorsata and Apis laboriosa differ from the cavity-nesting A. mellifera and Apis cerana in brood hygiene behaviour. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 86(1-2): 1-6.

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Woyke, J., J. Wilde, M. Wilde M.& C. Cervancia, 2006.Abdomen flipping of Apis dorsata breviligula worker bees correlated with temperature of nest curtain surface. Apidologie 37(4): 501-501.

Woyke, J., J. Wilde, C. Reddy, C. Cervancia & N. Nagaraja, 2005. Comparison of defence body movements of Apis laboriosa, Apis dorsata dorsata and Apis dorsata breviligula worker bees. Intern. Beekeeping Congr. Bangalore 13-15 Nov. India: 5.

Woyke, J., J. Wilde, M. Wilde, M. S. Reddy, N. Nagaraja & V. Sivaram, 2006. Presence or absence of drones in „drone” dusk mass flights performed by Apis dorsata foragers. Jour. Apic. Res. 46  [accepted].

Woyke, J., J. Wilde, C. Reddy & N. Nagaraja, 2005a. Cycles in periodic mass flights of Apis dorsata. Intern. beekeeping congr. Bangalore,13-18 Nov. India: 8.

Woyke, J., J. Wilde, C. Reddy & N. Nagaraja, 2005b. Periodic mass flights of the giant honeybee Apis dorsata in successive days at two nest sites in different environment conditions. J. apic. Res.  44(4): 140-149.

Woyke, J., J. Wilde, M. Wilde, M. S. Reddy, N. Nagaraja & V. Sivaram, 2006. Presence or absence of drones in „drone” dusk mass flights performed by Apis dorsata foragers. Jour. Apic. Res. 46  [accepted].

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Woyke, J., J. Wilde & M. Wilde, 2000b. Coexistence of Apis mellifera and Apis dorsata workers in the same colonies. VII IBRA Conference on Tropical Bees, and V Asian Apicultural Association Conference, Chiang Mai, 19 - 25 March, 2000, Abstracts: 42. 2001 Proceedings: 115-120.

Woyke, J., J. Wilde & M. Wilde, 2000c. Genetic versus environmental cues used in recognition and acceptance of two honeybee species: Apis mellifera and Apis dorsata in the same colony. Pszczeln. Zesz. Nauk. 44(2): 67-80.

Woyke, J., J. Wilde & M. Wilde, 2000d. The mysterious color of Apis dorsata workers. Asian Bee Journal 2 (2):  (in print).

Woyke, J., J. Wilde & M. Wilde, 2001a. Rójka i migracja pszczoły olbrzymiej Apis dorsata.
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Woyke, J., J. Wilde & M. Wilde, 2001b. Genetic versus environmental cues used in the recognition and acceptance of two honeybee species: Apis mellifera and Apis dorsata in the same colony. Pszczel. Zesz. Nauk. 44(2): 67-80.

Woyke, J., J. Wilde & M. Wilde, 2001c. Apis dorsata drone flights, collection of semen from everted endophalli and instrumental insemination of queens. Apidologie 32(5):  407-416. 

Woyke, J., J. Wilde & M. Wilde, 2001d. A scientific note on Apis laboriosa winter nesting and brood rearing in the warm zone of Himalayas. Apidologie 32(6): 601- 602.

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Woyke J., J. Wilde & M. Wilde, 2002b. Heating and defensive body movements made by Apis laboriosa and Apis dorsata. 6th Asian Apicultural Association, Intern. Conf., Bangalore, India. Abstracts: 37.

Woyke, J., J. Wilde &  M. Wilde, 2002c. Nest curtain warming and defence against predators by two types of dorso-ventral movements of Apis laboriosa and Apis dorsata worker bees Apidologie (submitted).

Woyke, J, J. Wilde & M. Wilde, 2003. Periodical mass flights of Apis laboriosa in Nepal. Apidologie 34(2): 121-127.

Woyke, J., J. Wilde & M. Wilde, 2004. Temperature correlated dorso-ventral abdomen flipping of Apis laboriosa and Apis dorsata worker bees. Apidologie 35: 493-502.

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