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2022 journal article
Drone honey bees are disproportionately sensitive to abiotic stressors despite expressing high levels of stress response proteins
By: A. McAfee, B. Metz, J. Milone, L. Foster & D. Tarpy
Editorial: Insect Fertility in a Changing Environment
McAfee, A., Stillman, J. H., Marshall, K. E., & Metz, B. N. (2022, February 11). FRONTIERS IN ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION.
By: A. McAfee, J. Stillman, K. Marshall & B. Metz
2021 journal article
Honey Bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) Nursing Responses to Cuticular Cues Emanating from Short-term Changes in Larval Rearing Environment
JOURNAL OF INSECT SCIENCE.
By: B. Metz, P. Chakrabarti & R. Sagili
Honey bee queen health is unaffected by contact exposure to pesticides commonly found in beeswax
By: A. McAfee, J. Milone, B. Metz, E. McDermott, L. Foster & D. Tarpy
Reproductive and Morphological Quality of Commercial Honey Bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) Drones in the United States
By: B. Metz & D. Tarpy
Influence of brood pheromone on honey bee colony establishment and queen replacement
JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH.
By: D. Tarpy, E. Talley & B. Metz
Proceedings of the 2020 American Bee Research Conference
Metz, B. N., Wu-Smart, J., & Simone-Finstrom, M. (2020, June). INSECTS, Vol. 11.
By: B. Metz, J. Wu-Smart & M. Simone-Finstrom
2019 journal article
Reproductive Senescence in Drones of the Honey Bee (Apis mellifera)
2018 journal article
Honey bees consider larval nutritional status rather than genetic relatedness when selecting larvae for emergency queen rearing
Scientific Reports, 8.
By: R. Sagili, B. Metz, H. Lucas, P. Chakrabarti & C. Breece
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