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The reliability of morphological traits in the differentiation of Bombus terrestris and B. lucorum (Hymenoptera: Apidae)

The bumblebees of the subgenus Bombus sensu strictu are a notoriously difficult taxonomic group because identification keys are based on the morphology of the sexuals, yet the workers are easily confused based on morphological characters alone. Based on a large field sample of workers putatively belonging to either B. terrestris or B. lucorum, we here test the applicability and...

Research strategies to improve honeybee health in Europe

Understanding the fundaments of colony losses and improving the status of colony health will require cross-cutting research initiatives including honeybee pathology, chemistry, genetics and apicultural extension. The 7th framework of the European Union requested research to empirically and experimentally fill knowledge gaps on honeybee pests and diseases, including ’Colony...

Patterns of Evolutionary Conservation of Microsatellites (SSRs) Suggest a Faster Rate of Genome Evolution in Hymenoptera Than in Diptera

Microsatellites, or simple sequence repeats (SSRs), are common and widespread DNA elements in genomes of many organisms. However, their dynamics in genome evolution is unclear, whereby they are thought to evolve neutrally. More available genome sequences along with dated phylogenies allowed for studying the evolution of these repetitive DNA elements along evolutionary time scales...

Worker caste determination in the army ant Eciton burchellii

Rodolfo Jaff Daniel J.C Kronauer F Bernhard Kraus Jacobus J Boomsma Robin F.A Moritz Receive free email alerts when new articles cite this article - sign up in the box at the top right-hand corner

Control of reproductive dominance by the thelytoky gene in honeybees

H. Michael G Lattorff () Robin F.A Moritz Robin M Crewe Michel Solignac 0 Laboratoire Evolution, Ge nomes et Spe ciation , CNRS, 91198 Gif-sur-Yvette , France 1 Department Entomology and Zoology

HYBRIDIZATION BETWEEN APIS MELLIFERA CAPENSIS AND ADJACENT RACES OF APIS MELLIFERA

BETWEEN APIS MELLIFERA CAPENSIS Robin F.A. MORITZ Johann Wolfgang Goethe Universitdt, Frankfurt/M. D 6370 Oberursel/Ts. The distribution of the Cape honeybee (Apis mellifera capensis Esch.) was

A simple, non-radioactive DNA fingerprinting method for identifying patrilines in honeybee colonies

F.A. Moritz 0 0 Ianstitut für Molekulare - Primers were derived flanking a microsatellite motif of the cloned Z-locus. The PCR product of the Z-locus was variable in size and up to four alleles were

A simple, non-radioactive DNA fingerprinting method for identifying patrilines in honeybee colonies

F.A. Moritz 0 0 Ianstitut für Molekulare - Primers were derived flanking a microsatellite motif of the cloned Z-locus. The PCR product of the Z-locus was variable in size and up to four alleles were