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Publications at this Location

ARS scientists publish results of their research projects in many formats. Listed below are the publications from research projects conducted at this location.

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2020 Publications
(listed by order of acceptance date)

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Effects of late miticide treatments on foraging and colony productivity of European honey bees (Apis mellifera) Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Population dynamics of Varroa mite and honeybee: Effects of parasitism with age structure and seasonality Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Can supplementary pollen feeding reduce varroa mite and virus levels and improve honey bee colony survival? Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Microbial ecology of European foul brood disease in the honey bee (Apis mellifera): towards a microbiome understanding of disease susceptibility Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Propolis envelope promotes beneficial bacteria in the honey bee (Apis mellifera) mouthpart microbiome Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Temperature dependent, pH-mediated inhibition of parasite growth and infection by gut microbiota of bumble bees
(Abstract Only)
Cross-infectivity of honey and bumble bee-associated parasites across three bee families Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Reclassification of seven honey bee symbiont strains as Bombella apis Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Pollen alters amino acid levels in the honey bee brain and this relationship changes with age and parasitic stress Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Landscape factors influencing honey bee colony behavior in Southern California commercial apiaries Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Octopamine mobilizes lipids from honey bee (Apis mellifera) hypopharyngeal glands Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
The miticide thymol in combination with trace levels of the neonicotinoid imidacloprid reduces visual learning performance in European honey bees (Apis mellifera) Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)