Links to Reference Papers
The following research papers have been referred to in these pages:

G. Kreil
The structure of Apis dorsata melittin: Phylogenetic relationships between honeybees as deduced from sequence data

R.H. Crozier and Y.C. Crozier.
The Mitochondrial Genome of the Honeybee Apis Mellifera: Complete Sequence and Genome Organization

H-W Tan et al.
The Complete Mitochondrial Genome of the Asiatic Cavity-Nesting Honeybee Apis cerana (Hymenoptera: Apidae)

J. M. Cornuet and L Garnery
Mitochondrial DNA variability in honeybees and its phylogeographic implications

P Franck et al.
Molecular confirmation of a fourth lineage in honeybees from the Near East

C. W. Whitfield et al.
Thrice Out of Africa: Ancient and Recent Expansions of the Honey Bee, Apis mellifera

Fan Han et al.
From where did the Western honeybee (Apis mellifera) originate?

A. Wallberg et al.
A worldwide survey of genome sequence variation provides insight into the evolutionary history of the honeybee Apis mellifera

A. B. Jensen et al.
Quantifying honey bee mating range and isolation in semi-isolated valleys by DNA microsatellite paternity analysis

M. D. Meixner et al.
Standard methods for characterizing subspecies and ecotypes of Apis Mellifera

A. Papachristoforou et al.
The Bite of the Honeybee: 2-Heptanone Secreted from Honeybee Mandibles during a Bite acts as a Local Anaesthetic in Insects and Mammals

W.C. Rothenbuhler
Behavior genetics of nest cleaning in honey bees. IV. Resposes of F1 and backcross generations to disease-killed brood

R.F.A. Moritz
A reevaluation of the two-locus model for hygienic behaviour in honeybees

P.R Oxley et al.
Six quantitative trait loci influence task thresholds for hygienic behaviour in honeybees (Apis mellifera)

T. C. Olofsson et al.
Lactic acid bacterial symbionts in honeybees – an unknown key to honey's antimicrobial and therapeutic activities

A. Stabentheiner. et al.
Honeybee Colony Thermoregulation – Regulatory Mechanisms and Contribution of Individuals in Dependence on Age, Location and Thermal Stress

P. L. Borst.
The Perfect Swarm

M. Trhlin, J. Rajchard
Chemical communication in the honeybee

Tanya Pankiw
Cued in: honey bee pheromones as information flow and collective decision-making

K.N. Slessor et al.
Pheromone communication in the honeybee

J. Tautz.
Exploring the world of the honeybee

W. H. Lang.
Fungus spores as bee-bread

M. L. Smodis Skerl, A. Gregorc
Characteristics of hypopharyngeal glands in honeybees from a nurse colony

S. Bogdanov
Royal Jelly, Bee Brood: A Review

Yoko Honda et al.
10-Hydroxy-2-decenoic Acid, the Major Lipid Component of Royal Jelly

B. Charlesworth
Sex determination in the honeybee
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