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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

ABF Baton Rouge Field day 2014 Posters
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The poster presentation apparently was a big hit at the American Beekeeping Federation field trip to the USDA, ARS Honey Bee Breeding, Genetics & Physiology Lab in Baton Rouge. We received many inquiries as to the availability of copies.

We have made them available in PDF format and easily accessed via Adobe. 

Click on the thumbnail image to open the PDF version which can be viewed and/or saved to your PC.  If you wish to save the poster do so from the "Save as.." button in Adobe.


Thumbnail: Honey Bee Fungal Pathogen

Honey Bee Fungal Pathogen, Ascosphera apis

 Marker-assisted selection in the honey bee

Marker-assisted selection in the honey bee

Variation of nosema levels among sub-families within colonies

Variation of nosema levels among sub-families
within colonies

Inconsistent hygiene against freeze-killed brood

Inconsistent hygiene against freeze-killed brood
and Varroa

Will irradiated comb in mating nucs benefit the queens mated in them?

Will irradiated comb in mating nucs benefit the
queens mated in them?

Laboratory comparison of soil treatments for the control of the small hive beetle (Aethina tumida)

Laboratory comparison of soil treatments for the
control of the small hive beetle (Aethina tumida)

Molecular genetic analysis of Varroa destructor mites in brood, fallen injured mites and worker bee longevity in honey bees 

Molecular genetic analysis of Varroa destructor mites
in brood, fallen injured mites and worker bee
longevity in honey bees

USDA-ARS Coordinated Project on Minimizing the Exposure of Honey Bees to Pesticides

USDA-ARS Coordinated Project on Minimizing the
Exposure of Honey Bees to Pesticides

Sustainability of VSH-based Varroa resistance using colonies selected withincommercial beekeeping operations

Sustainability of VSH-based Varroa resistance
using colonies selected within commercial
beekeeping operations

Selecting Honey Bees for Resistance to Diseases

 Selecting Honey Bees for Resistance to Diseases

Transferring the technology of varroa sensitive hygiene (VSH) to beekeepers

Transferring the technology of varroa sensitive
hygiene (VSH) to beekeepers

Varroa Mite Research with Russian Honey Bees

Varroa Mite Research with Russian Honey Bees

 

 


Last Modified: 1/10/2014
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