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Vincent A Ricigliano
Honey Bee Breeding, Genetics, and Physiology Research
Research Entomologist

Phone: (225) 276-2354
Fax: (225) 766-9212

1157 BEN HUR RD
BATON ROUGE , LA 70820
Projects
Using Genetics to Improve the Breeding and Health of Honey Bees
In-House Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 437823
Cold Storage as Varroa Control for Honey Bees in Southern California: Individual- and Colony-Level Effects
Trust Fund Cooperative Agreement (T)
  Accession Number: 437701

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Probing the honey bee diet-microbiota-host axis using pollen restriction and organic acid feeding -
Ricigliano, V.A., Anderson, K.E. 2020. Probing the honey bee diet-microbiota-host axis using pollen restriction and organic acid feeding. Insects. 11(5):1-14. https://doi.org/10.3390/insects11050291.
Honey bee microbiome is stabilized in the presence of propolis. -
Saelao, P., Borba, R.S., Ricigliano, V.A., Spivak, M., Simone-Finstrom, M. 2020. Honey bee microbiome is stabilized in the presence of propolis. 2020. Biology Letters. 16:1-5. https://doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2020.0003.
Nutritional and prebiotic efficacy of the microalga Arthrospira platensis (spirulina) in honey bees -
Ricigliano, V.A., Simone-Finstrom, M. 2020. Nutritional and prebiotic efficacy of the microalga Arthrospira platensis (spirulina) in honey bees. Apidologie. 51(2)1-13. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13592-020-00770-5.
Microalgae as a promising and sustainable nutrition source for managed honey bees -
Ricigliano, V.A. Microalgae as a promising and sustainable nutrition source for managed honey bees. Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology. 1-8. https://doi.org/10.1002/arch.21658.
Defining pollinator health: assessing bee ecological, genetic and physiological factors at the individual, colony and population levels -
Lopez-Uribe, M., Ricigliano, V.A., Simone-Finstrom, M. 2020. Defining pollinator health: assessing bee ecological, genetic and physiological factors at the individual, colony and population levels. Annual Review of Animal Biosciences. 8:296.
Honey bee colony performance and health are enhanced by apiary proximity to US Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) lands -
Ricigliano, V.A., Mott, B.M., Maes, P., Floyd, A.S., Fitz, W., Copeland, D.C., Meikle, W.G., Anderson, K.E. 2019. Honey bee colony performance and health are enhanced by apiary proximity to US Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) lands. Scientific Reports. 9:4894. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-41281-3.
Honey bees overwintering in a southern climate: longitudinal effects of diet and queen age on colony-level molecular physiology and performance -
Ricigliano, V.A., Mott, B.M., Floyd, A.S., Copeland, D.C., Carroll, M.J., Anderson, K.E. 2018. Honey bees overwintering in a southern climate: longitudinal effects of diet and queen age on colony-level molecular physiology and performance. Scientific Reports. https://doi:10.1038/s41598-018-28732-z.
The queen's gut refines with age: longevity phenotypes in a social insect model -
The impact of pollen consumption on honey bee digestive physiology and carbohydrate metabolism -
Ricigliano, V.A., Fitz, W., Copeland, D.C., Mott, B.M., Maes, P., Floyd, A.S., Dockstader, A., Anderson, K.E. 2017. The impact of pollen consumption on honey bee digestive physiology and carbohydrate metabolism. Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology. https://doi.org/10.1002/arch.21406.
Honey bee gut dysbiosis: A novel context for disease ecology -
Anderson, K.E., Ricigliano, V.A. 2017. Honey bee gut dysbiosis: a novel context for disease ecology. Current Opinion in Insect Science. doi: 10.1016/j.cois.2017.05.020.
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