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The African honey bee: factors contributing to a successful biological invasion

Annual Review of Entomology

Dec 4, 2003

Stanley Scott SchneiderDeborah R Smith

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The African honey bee subspecies Apis mellifera scutellata has colonized much of the Americas in less than 50 years and has largely replaced European bees throughout its range in the New World. The African bee therefore provides an excellent opportunity to examine the factors that influ...read more

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Genes, Insect
Apis mellifera
Medicago scutellata
Short Tandem Repeat
Varroa
Mites
Genome
Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism
Enzymes, antithrombotic
DNA, Mitochondrial
315
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The African honey bee: factors contributing to a successful biological invasion

Annual Review of Entomology

Dec 4, 2003

Stanley Scott SchneiderDeborah R Smith

PMID: 14651468

DOI: 10.1146/annurev.ento.49.061802.123359

Abstract

The African honey bee subspecies Apis mellifera scutellata has colonized much of the Americas in less than 50 years and has largely replaced European bees throughout its range in the New World. The African bee therefore provides an excellent opportunity to examine the factors that influ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Genes, Insect
Apis mellifera
Medicago scutellata
Short Tandem Repeat
Varroa
Mites
Genome
Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism
Enzymes, antithrombotic
DNA, Mitochondrial
315

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Urticaria

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