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Morphology of Anemone sylvestris L. flower (Ranunculaceae)

Evolution 222, 187-209. Sulborska, A., Dmitruk, M., Konarska, K., Weryszko-Chmielewska E., 2014: Adaptation of Lamium album L. flowers to pollination by Apoidea. Acta Scientiarum Polonorum. Hortorum Cultus 13, 31-43. Szklanowska, K., 1995: Pollen flows of crowfoot family (Ranunculaceae L.) from some natural plant communities. In: Banaszak, J. (ed.), Changes in fauna of wild bees in Europe, 201-209. Pedagogical Univ. Bydgoszcz (1st ed). Tamura, M., 1995: Angiospermae. Ordnung Ranunculales. Fam. Ranunculaceae

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Antagonistic Effect of Gut Bacteria in the Hybrid Carniolan Honey Bee, Apis Mellifera Carnica, Against Ascosphaera Apis, the Causal Organism of Chalkbrood Disease

Disease. Scientia Agricultural Sinica (5): 5-20. DOI: CNKI:SUN:ZNYK.0.2012-05-020 Liu T. P. (1991) Ultrastructural changes in the spore and mycelia of Ascosphaera apis after treatment with benomyl (Benlate 50 W). Mycopathologia 116: 23-28. Mohr K. I., Tebbe C. C. (2006) Diversity and phylotype consistency of bacteria in the guts of three bee species (Apoidea) at an oilseed rape field. Environmental Microbiology 8: 258-272. Nayudu M., Khan S. (2009) Biological Control of Chalkbrood by Anti-fungal Bacterial Symbionts of Bees

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Ornamental Representatives of the Genus Centaurea L. as a Pollen Source for Bee Friendly Gardens

) The usable taxons in spontaneous flora of railway areas of the central-eastern part of Poland. Acta Agrobotanica 59(2): 95-108. DOI: 10.5586/aa.2006.065 Wrzesień M., Denisow B. (2007) The phytocoenoses of anthropogenically transformed areas with a great importance for Apoidea. Acta Agrobotanica 60(2): 117-126. DOI: 10.5586/aa.2007.039 Zych M. (2007) On flower visitors and true pollinators: The case of protandrous Heracleum sphondylium L. (Apiaceae). Plant Systematics and Evolution 263: 159-179. DOI: 10.1007/s00606-006-0493-y

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Hypopharyngeal Gland Activity in Task-Specific Workers Under Brood and Broodless Conditions in Apis Cerana Indica (Fab.)

-48. Crailsheim K. (1991) Interadult feeding of jelly in honeybee (Apis mellifera L.) colonies. Journal of Comparative Physiology 161B: 55-66. Crailsheim K., Stolberg E. (1989) Influence of diet, age and colony condition upon intestinal proteloytic activity and size of the hypopharyngeal glands in the honey bee (Apis mellifera L.). Journal of Insect Physiology 35: 595-602. Cruz-Landim C. (1967) Estudo comparativo de algumas glndulas das abelhas (Hym., Apoidea) erespectiva simplicates evolutivas. Arquivos de Zoologia 15(3): 177

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Insect biodiversity of the Socotra Archipelago – underlined and counted

to the genus Stelis Panzer, 1806 (Hymenoptera, Apoidea, Megachilidae). Mitteilungen aus dem Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin, Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift 46 : 231–242. BAKER C. F. 1895: Preliminary studies in Siphonaptera. – II. Canadian Entomologist 27 : 63–67. BALFOUR I. B. 1888: Botany of Socotra. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburg 31 : 1–446. BARRA J.-A. 2004: Springtails of the genus Seira Lubbock, 1869 (Collembola: Entomobryidae) from Socotra Island. Fauna of Arabia 20 : 399–408. BARRA J.-A. 2006

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The effect of Agricultural Landscape Type on Field Margin Flora in South Eastern Poland

management. Basic and Applied Ecology 4, 349–361. Wrzesień, M., 2010: Anthropophytes related to the habitats of railway grounds in central eastern Poland, In: Barančoková, M., Krajčí, J., Kollár, J., Belčáková, I. (eds.), Landscape ecology – methods, applications and interdisciplinary approach. Institute of Landscape Ecology, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava: 625–634. Wrzesień, M., Denisow, B., 2007: The phytocoenoses of anthropogenically transformed areas with a great importance for Apoidea . Acta Agrobotanica 60, 117–126. Wuczyński, A., Dajdok, Z

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Flowering Phenology of Selected Linden (Tilia L.) Taxa in Relation to Pollen Seasons

). Allergy, 56 , 457-458. http://doi.org/10.1034/j.1398-9995.2001.056005457.x Pawlikowski, T. (2010). Pollination activity of bees (Apoidea: Apiformes) visiting the flowers of Tilia cordata Mill. and Tilia tomentosa Moench in the urban environment. Journal of Apicultural Science, 54 (2), 73-79. Piotrowska, K. (2010). Variations in pollen deposition of some plant taxa in Lublin (Poland) and in Skien (Norway). Acta Agrobotanica, 63 (1), 37-46. http://doi.org/10.5586/aa.2010.005 Piotrowska-Weryszko, K., & Weryszko-Chmielewska, E. (2014). The airborne

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Flowering and Nectar Secretion in two Forms of the Moldavian Dragonhead (Dracocephalum moldavica L.) – A Plant with Extraordinary Apicultural Potential

Botanic Gardens. Sulborska, A., Dmitruk, M., Konarska, A., & Weryszko-Chmielewska, E. (2014). Adaptations of Lamium album L. flowers to pollination by Apoidea. Acta Scientiarum Polonorum, Seria Hortorum Cultus, 13(6) , 31-43. Szklanowska, K. (1965). Wpływ terminów siewu na biologię kwitnienia i nektarowanie pszczelnika mołdawskiego ( Dracocephalum moldavicum L.). Annales UMCS sec. E, 20(5) , 55-78. Szweykowska, A., & Szweykowski, J. (red.). (2003). Słownik botaniczny . Warszawa: Wiedza Powszechna. Waser, N. M. (1998). Pollination

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Journal of Apicultural Science
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The role and significance of stingless bees (Hymenoptera: Apiformes: Meliponini) in the natural environment

the collection of nectar and pollen, which they consume. So far, the occurrence of almost 16,000 bees has been determined worldwide. However, most scientists, including Michener [2007], assume that this number must be much higher, even above 30,000 species. Bees are a monophyletic group, which evolved from flower-visiting wasps, most probably the ancestors of the Sphecoidea. For example, Brothers (1975) and others link the Sphecoidea and bees in the Superfamily Apoidea, distinguishing two sections: the Spheciformes and the proper bees, also known as the Apiformes

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