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Sammataro, Diana

Beekeeping – From Science to Practice

Sammataro, Diana - Beekeeping – From Science to Practice, ebook

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Table of contents

1. What We Learned as Editors
Russell H. Vreeland, Diana Sammataro

2. Hidden Benefits of Honeybee Propolis in Hives
Renata S. Borba, Michael B. Wilson, Marla Spivak

3. Predicting Both Obvious and Obscure Effects of Pesticides on Bees
Jonathan G. Lundgren

4. Sublethal Effects of Pesticides on Queen-Rearing Success
Gloria DeGrandi-Hoffman, Yanping Chen

5. Fungi and the Effects of Fungicides on the Honey Bee Colony
Jay A. Yoder, Blake W. Nelson, Andrew J. Jajack, Diana Sammataro

6. Using Honey Bee Cell Lines to Improve Honey Bee Health
Michael Goblirsch

7. Honey Bee Viruses—Pathogenesis, Mechanistic Insights, and Possible Management Projections
Nor Chejanovsky, Yossi Slabezki

8. Using Epidemiological Methods to Improve Honey Bee Colony Health
Nathalie Steinhauer, Dennis vanEngelsdorp

9. Small Hive Beetles (Aethina Tumida Murray) (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae)
Christian W. W. Pirk

10. Foulbrood Diseases of Honey Bees—From Science to Practice
Elke Genersch

11. Beekeeping and Science
Yves Conte

12. Natural Selection of Honeybees Against Varroa destructor

Yves Le Conte, Fanny Mondet

13. Honeybee Venom Allergy in Beekeepers
Peter A. Ricketti, Richard F. Lockey

Keywords: Life Sciences, Entomology, Popular Life Sciences, Climate Change/Climate Change Impacts, Parasitology, Popular Science in Nature and Environment

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319606378
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-60635-4

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