Listă cu lucrari de cercetare științifică despre efectul pesticidelor asupra albinelor

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  22. Boily, Monique, et al. "Acetylcholinesterase in honey bees (Apis mellifera) exposed to neonicotinoids, atrazine and glyphosate: laboratory and field experiments." Environmental Science and Pollution Research (2013): 1-12.
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  24. Brittain, Claire, and Simon G. Potts. "The potential impacts of insecticides on the life-history traits of bees and the consequences for pollination." Basic and Applied Ecology 12.4 (2011): 321-331.
  25. Brodschneider, Robert, and Karl Crailsheim. "Nutrition and health in honey bees." Apidologie 41.3 (2010): 278-294.
  26. Bonzini, Sara, et al. "Predicting pesticide fate in the hive (part 1): experimentally determined τ-fluvalinate residues in bees, honey and wax." Apidologie 42.3 (2011): 378-390.
  27. Boncristiani, Humberto, et al. "Direct effect of acaricides on pathogen loads and gene expression levels in honey bees< i> Apis mellifera." Journal of Insect Physiology 58.5 (2012): 613-620.
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  29. Burlew, Dorothy A. The Effects of Pesticide-Contaminated Pollen on Larval Development of the Honey Bee, Apis mellifera. Diss. The Evergreen State College, 2010.
  30. Byrne, Frank J., et al. "Determination of exposure levels of honey bees foraging on flowers of mature citrus trees previously treated with imidacloprid." Pest Management Science (2013).
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  35. Casida, John E. "Neonicotinoid metabolism: compounds, substituents, pathways, enzymes, organisms, and relevance." Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 59.7 (2010): 2923-2931.
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  43. Cresswell, James E. "A meta-analysis of experiments testing the effects of a neonicotinoid insecticide (imidacloprid) on honey bees." Ecotoxicology 20.1 (2011): 149-157.
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  45. Cresswell, James E., et al. "Differential sensitivity of honey bees and bumble bees to a dietary insecticide (imidacloprid)." Zoology (2012).
  46. Cresswell, James E., Nicolas Desneux, and Dennis vanEngelsdorp. "Dietary traces of neonicotinoid pesticides as a cause of population declines in honey bees: an evaluation by Hill's epidemiological criteria." Pest management science 68.6 (2012): 819-827.
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  48. Cutler, G. Christopher, Cynthia D. Scott‐Dupree, and David M. Drexler. "Honey bees, neonicotinoids and bee incident
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  52. de Almeida Rossi, Caroline, et al. "Brain Morphophysiology of Africanized Bee Apis mellifera Exposed to Sublethal Doses of Imidacloprid." Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology (2013): 1-10.
  53. DeGrandi-Hoffman, Gloria, et al. "The effects of beta acids from hops (Humulus lupulus) on mortality of Varroa destructor (Acari: Varroidae)." Experimental and Applied Acarology 58.4 (2012): 407-421.
  54. Decourtye, Axel, and James Devillers. "Ecotoxicity of neonicotinoid insecticides to bees." Insect nicotinic acetylcholine receptors. Springer New York, 2010. 85-95.
  55. Decourtye, Axel, Eric Lacassie, and Minh‐Hà Pham‐Delègue. "Learning performances of honeybees (Apis mellifera L) are differentially affected by imidacloprid according to the season." Pest management science 59.3 (2003): 269-278.
  56. Decourtye, Axel, et al. "Honeybee tracking with microchips: a new methodology to measure the effects of pesticides." Ecotoxicology 20.2 (2011): 429-437.
  57. Decourtye, Axel, et al. "Imidacloprid impairs memory and brain metabolism in the honeybee (< i> Apis mellifera L.)." Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology 78.2 (2004): 83-92.
  58. Desneux, Nicolas, Axel Decourtye, and Jean-Marie Delpuech. "The sublethal effects of pesticides on beneficial arthropods." Annu. Rev. Entomol. 52 (2007): 81-106.
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  62. Eiri, Daren. "Sublethal doses of the pesticide imidacloprid alter honey bee (Apis mellifera) response threshold and navigation, potentially affecting colony health." (2011).
  63. El Hassani, Abdessalam Kacimi, et al. "Effects of sublethal doses of acetamiprid and thiamethoxam on the behavior of the honeybee (Apis mellifera)." Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology 54.4 (2008): 653-661.
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  65. Elbert, Alfred, et al. "Applied aspects of neonicotinoid uses in crop protection." Pest management science 64.11 (2008): 1099-1105.
  66. Elston, Charlotte, Helen M. Thompson, and Keith FA Walters. "Sub-lethal effects of thiamethoxam, a neonicotinoid pesticide, and propiconazole, a DMI fungicide, on colony initiation in bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) micro-colonies." Apidologie: 1-12.
  67. Everich, R., et al. "Effects of captan on Apis mellifera brood development under field conditions in California almond orchards." Journal of economic entomology 102.1 (2009): 20-29.
  68. Evans, Jay D., and Ryan S. Schwarz. "Bees brought to their knees: microbes affecting honey bee health." Trends in microbiology 19.12 (2011): 614-620.
  69. Falco, José Ricardo Penteado, et al. "Toxicity of thiamethoxam, behavioral effects and alterations in chromatin of Apis mellifera L, 1758 (Hymenoptera; Apidae)." Research Journal of Agriculture and Biological Sciences 6.6 (2010): 823-828.
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  71. Fischer, David L., and Environmental Toxicology Director. "USA-BAYER RESPONDS AN ARTICLE ABOUT THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE COLONY COLLAPSE DISORDER AND THE NEONICOTINOIDS."
  72. Flenniken, Michelle L., and Raul Andino. "Non-Specific dsRNA-Mediated Antiviral Response in the Honey Bee." PloS one 8.10 (2013): e77263.
  73. Francis, Roy M., Steen L. Nielsen, and Per Kryger. "Varroa-Virus Interaction in Collapsing Honey Bee Colonies." PloS one 8.3 (2013): e57540.
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  75. Frost, Elisabeth H., Dave Shutler, and Neil K. Hillier. "Effects of fluvalinate on honey bee learning, memory, responsiveness to sucrose, and survival." The Journal of experimental biology (2013).
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  77. Genersch, Elke, et al. "The German bee monitoring project: a long term study to understand periodically high winter losses of honey bee colonies." Apidologie 41.3 (2010): 332-352.
  78. Gentz, Margaret C., Gregory Murdoch, and Glenn F. King. "Tandem use of selective insecticides and natural enemies for effective, reduced-risk pest management." Biological Control 52.3 (2010): 208-215.
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