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/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg COLLINS, A., 1981.  Effects of Temperature and Humidity on Honey-Bee Response to Alarm Pheromones.  Journal of Apicultural Research 20(1):13-18
/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg RINDERER, T. E., SYLVESTER, H., 1981.  Identification of Africanized Bees.  American Bee Journal 121(7):512-516
/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg HARBO, J., 1981.  Viability of Honey Bee Eggs from Progeny of Frozen Spermatozoa.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 74(5):482-486
/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg RINDERER, T. E., HARVILLE, B., LACKETT, J., BAXTER, J., 1981.  Variation in Honey Bee Morphology, Behavior, and Seed Set in White Clover.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 74(5):459-461
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/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg HARBO, J., BOLTEN, A., RINDERER, T. E., COLLINS, A., 1981. Development Periods for Eggs of Africanized and European Honeybees.  Journal of Apicultural Research  20(3):156-159
/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg RINDERER, T. E., COLLINS, A., BOLTEN, A., HARBO, J., 1981.  Size of Nest Cavities Selected by Swarms of Africanized Honeybees in Venezuela.  Journal of Apicultural Research 20(3):160-164
/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg RINDERER, T. E., 1981.  Honeybee Characters that Aid Pollination (Condensation of “Variation in Honey Bee Morphology, Behavior, and Seed Set in White Clover”).  Bioscience 31(11):759-760
/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg RINDERER, T. E., 1981.  Volatiles from Empty Comb Increase Hoarding by the Honey Bee.  Animal Behavior 29(4):1275-1276
/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg OERTEL, E., 1981.  Honey Bees Taken to Cuba from Florida in 1764.  American Bee Journal 121(12):880
/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg DALY, H., HOELMER, K., NORMAN, P, ALLEN, T., 1982.   Computer-Assisted Measurement and Identification of Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae).  Entomological Society of America 75(6):591-594
/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg COLLINS, A., 1982.  Bioassay of Compounds Derived from the Honeybee Sting.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 8(2):463-470
/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg KULINCEVIC, J. M., ROTHENBUHLER, W. C., RINDERER, T. E., 1982.  Disappearing Disease Part I – Effects of Certain Protein Sources Given to Honey-Bee Colonies in Florida.  American Bee Journal 122(3):189-191
/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg RINDERER, T. E., 1982.  Socio-chemical Alteration of Honeybee Hoarding Behavior.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 8(5):867-871
/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg RINDERER, T. E., 1982.  Maximal Stimulation by Comb of Honey Bee (Apis mellifera) Hoarding Behavior.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 75(3):311-312
/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg BOLTEN, A., HARBO, J., 1982.  Numbers of Spermatozoa in the Spermatheca of the Queen Honeybee after Multiple Inseminations with Small Volumes of Semen.  Journal of Apicultural Research 21(1):7-10
/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg HARBO, J., 1982.  The Use of Egg Mortality to Detect Health Hazards to Bees.  Gleanings in Bee Culture 110(8):463-466
/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg COLLINS, A., 1982.  Behavior Genetics of Honey Bee Alarm Communication.  Proceedings of the 9th Congress of the International Union for the Study of Social Insects.  The Biology of Social Insects pg. 307-311
/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg WILLIAMS, J., HARBO, J., 1982.  Bioassay for Diluents of Honey Bee Semen.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 75(4):457-459
/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg COLLINS, A., KUBASEK, K., 1982.  Field Test of Honey Bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) Colony Defensive Behavior.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 75(4):383-387
/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg RINDERER, T. E., BOLTEN, A., HARBO, J., COLLINS, A., 1982.  Hoarding Behavior of European and Africanized Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Journal of Economic Entomology 75(4):714-715
/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg SYLVESTER, H., 1982.  Electrophoretic Identification of Africanized Honey Bees.  Journal of Apicultural Research 21(2):93-97
/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg RINDERER, T. E., 1982.  Regulated Nectar Harvesting by the Honeybee.   Journal of Apicultural Research 21(2):74-87
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RINDERER, T. E., TUCKER, K., COLLINS, A., 1982.  Nest Cavity Selection by Swarms of European and Africanized Honeybees.  Journal of Apicultural Research 21(2):98-103

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COLLINS, A., RINDERER, T. E., HARBO, J., BOLTEN, A., 1982.  Colony Defense by Africanized and European Honey Bees.  Science 218(10):72-74

/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg RINDERER, T. E., 1982.  Behavioral Genetic Analysis of Colony-Defense by Honey Bees.  Proceedings of the 1st International Symposium by the International Union for the Study of Social Insects and the Sociedad Mexicana De Entomologia.   Social Insects in the Tropics 1:249-254
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COLLINS, A., 1983.  Alarm Responses Caused by Newly Identified Compounds Derived from the Honeybee Sting.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 9(1):57-65

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RINDERER, T. E., 1983.  Disappearing Disease – II: Effects of Certain Protein Sources on Brood Rearing and Length of Life in the Honey Bee under Laboratory Conditions.  American Bee Journal 123(1):50-53

/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg SYLVESTER, H., RINDERER, T. E., BOLTEN, A., 1983.  Honey Sac Contents: A Technique for Collection and Measurement in Foraging Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae).  Journal of Economic Entomology 76(1):204-206
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An Update of the Africanized Honey Bee.  USDA, ARS, Information Division, April 1983

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HARBO, J., 1983.  Survival of Honey Bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) Spermatozoa after Two Years in Liquid Nitrogen (-196°C Degrees).  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 76(5):890-891

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HARBO, J., 1983.  Effect of Population Size on Worker Survival and Honey Loss in Broodless Colonies of Honey Bees, Apis mellifera  (Hymenoptera: Apidae).  Environmental Entomology 12(5):1559-1563

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WILLIAMS, J., 1983.  Effect of Osmotic Pressure on Insemination Success Using Incubated Honey Bee Semen.  American Bee Journal 123(12):849-850, 852

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RINDERER, T. E., 1983.  Regulation of Honey Bee Hoarding Efficiency.  Apidologie 14(2):87-92

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RINDERER, T. E., COLLINS, A., BROWN, M., 1983.  Heritabilities and Correlations of the Honey Bee:  Response to Nosema apis, Longevity & Alarm Response to Isopentyl Acetate.  Apidologie 14(2):79-85

/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg BLUM, M., FALES, H., JONES, T., RINDERER, T. E., TUCKER, K., 1983. Caste-Specific Esters Derived from the Queen Honey Bee Sting Apparatus. Comparative Biochemical Physiology  75B (2):237-238
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COLLINS, A., 1984.  Artificial Selection of Desired Characteristics.  USDA Technical Bulletin, pg. 9-19

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COLLINS, A., MCDANIEL, C., HOWARD, R., BLOMQUIST, G., 1984.   Hydrocarbons of the Cuticle, Sting Apparatus and Sting Shaft of Apis mellifera  Identification and Preliminary Evaluation as Chemotaxonomic Characters.  Sociobiology 8(3):287-298

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COLLINS, A., RINDERER, T. E., HARBO, J., BROWN, M., 1984. Heritabilities and Correlations for Several Characters in the Honey Bee.  Journal of Heredity 75(1):135-140

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HARBO, J., SZABO, T., 1984.  A Comparison of Instrumentally Inseminated and Naturally Mated Queens.  Journal of Apicultural Research 23(1):31-36

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KULINCEVIC, J., ROTHERBUHLER, W., RINDERER, T. E., 1984.  Disappearing Disease – III:  A Comparison of Seven Different Stocks of the Honey Bee (Apis mellifera).  Ohio Agriculture Center Bulletin #1160

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RINDERER, T. E., BOLTEN, A., COLLINS, A., HARBO, J., 1984. Nectar-Foraging Characteristics of Africanized and European Honeybees in the Neotropics.  Journal of Apicultural Research 23(2):70-79

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RINDERER, T. E., HADSTAD, W., 1984.  The Effect of Empty Comb on the Proportion of Foraging Honeybees Collecting Nectar.  Journal of Apicultural Research 23(2):80-81

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BIAN, Z., FALES, H., BLUM, M., JONES, T., RINDERER, T. E., HOWARD, D., 1984.  Chemistry of Cephalic Secretion of Fire Bee Trigona (Oxytrigona) Tataira.   Journal of Chemical Ecology 10(3):451-461

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COLLINS, A., RINDERER, T. E., 1985.  Effect of Empty Comb on Defensive Behavior of Honeybees.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 11(3):333-338

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HELLMICH, R., KULINCEVIC, J., ROTHENBUHLER, W., 1985.  Selection for High and Low Pollen-Hoarding Honey Bees.  Journal of Heredity 76:155-158

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RINDERER, T. E., HELLMICH, R., DANKA, R. G., COLLINS, A., 1985. Male Reproductive Parasitism:  A Factor in the Africanization of European Honey-Bee Populations. Science 228:1119-1121

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HARBO, J., 1985.  Instrumental Insemination of Queen Bees.  American Bee Journal 25(3):197-202; (4):282-287

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RINDERER, T. E., COLLINS, A., PESANTE, D., 1985.  A Comparison of Africanized and European Drones: Weights, Mucus Gland and Seminal Vesicle Weight and Counts of Spermatozoa.  Apidologie 16(4):407-412

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RINDERER, T. E., 1985.  Africanized Honeybees in Venezuela: Honey Production and Foraging Behavior.  Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Apiculture in Tropical Climates 3:112-116

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HARBO, J., 1985.  Breeding Honey Bees.    Sex Determination in the Honey Bee. Sperm Storage.  The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Beekeeping, pg. 55-56, 289, 349-350, 358

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RINDERER, T. E., 1985. Genetics of the Honey Bee. The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Beekeeping, pg. 153-155

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RINDERER, T. E., COLLINS, A., TUCKER, K., 1985.  Honey-Production and Underlying Nectar Harvesting Activities of Africanized and European Honeybees.  Journal of Apicultural Research 23(3):161-167

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COLLINS, A., 1985.  Africanized Bees in Venezuela:  Defensive Behavior.  Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Apiculture in Tropical Climates 3:117-122

/ARSUserFiles/60500500/images/PDF Icon.jpg COLLINS, A., 1985.  Africanized Bees in Venezuela. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of Apiary Inspectors of America, pg. 25-32