David De Jong
David De Jong
Professor of Genetics, Genetics Department, Ribeirao Preto Medical School, University of Sao Paulo
Verified email at fmrp.usp.br
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Mite pests of honey bees
D De Jong, RA Morse, GC Eickwort
Annual Review of Entomology 27 (1), 229-252, 1982
3891982
Weight loss and other damage to developing worker honeybees from infestation with Varroa jacobsoni.
D De Jong, PH De Jong, LS Goncalves
Journal of apicultural research 21 (3), 165, 1982
2881982
Varroa and other mite parasites of brood.
D De Jong
Pests, Predators and Diseases of Honey Bees, 279-327, 1997
244*1997
Detection of adulteration of commercial honey samples by the 13C/12C isotopic ratio
GJ Padovan, D De Jong, LP Rodrigues, JS Marchini
Food Chemistry 82 (4), 633-636, 2003
2392003
The effects of climate and bee race on Varroa jacobsoni Oud infestations in Brazil
G Moretto, LS Gonçalves, D De Jong, MZ Bichuette
Apidologie 22 (3), 197-203, 1991
1961991
Dependence on climate of the virulence of Varroa jacobsoni
D de Jong, LS Gonçalves, RA Morse
Bee world 65 (3), 117-121, 1984
1921984
Identification of Africanized honey bees through wing morphometrics: two fast and efficient procedures
TM Francoy, D Wittmann, M Drauschke, S Müller, V Steinhage, ...
Apidologie 39 (5), 488-494, 2008
1902008
A comparative analysis of shaking solutions for the detection of Varroa jacobsoni on adult honeybees
D De Jong, DDA Roma, LS Goncalves
Apidologie 13 (3), 297-306, 1982
1791982
Reproduction of Varroa jacobsoni O. in Europe, the Middle East and tropical South America
W Ritter, D Jong
Zeitschrift für angewandte Entomologie 98 (1‐5), 55-57, 1984
1351984
Quantification of hemolymph proteins as a fast method for testing protein diets for honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae)
TÂNM Cremonz, D De Jong, MÁRMG Bitondi
Journal of economic entomology 91 (6), 1284-1289, 1998
1211998
Weight loss in drone pupae (Apis mellifera) multiply infested by Varroa destructor mites
P Duay, D De Jong, W Engels
Apidologie 34 (1), 61-65, 2003
1102003
Longevity of Africanized Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) Infested by Varroa jacobsoni (Parasitiformes: Varroidae)
D De Jong, PH De Jong
Journal of Economic Entomology 76 (4), 766-768, 1983
1071983
HERITABILITY OF AFRICANIZED AND EUROPEAN HONEY-BEE DEFENSIVE BEHAVIOR AGAINST THE MITE VARROA-JACOBSONI
G Moretto, LS Gonçalves, D Dejong
Revista Brasileira de Genetica 16 (1), 71-77, 1993
1031993
An isolated population of Italian bees that has survived Varroa jacobsoni infestation without treatment for over 12 years
D DeJong, AEE Soares
American bee journal (USA), 1997
981997
Effects of stingless bee and honey bee propolis on four species of bacteria
AP Farnesi, R Aquino-Ferreira, DD Jong, JK Bastos, AEE Soares
Genetics and Molecular Research 8 (2), 635-640, 2009
952009
Decreased flight performance and sperm production in drones of the honey bee (Apis mellifera) slightly infested by Varroa destructor mites during pupal development
P Duay, D De Jong, W Engels
Genet. Mol. Res 1 (3), 227-232, 2002
922002
Hybrid status of honey bee populations near the historic origin of Africanization in Brazil
WS Sheppard, AEE Soares, D DeJong, H Shimanuki
Apidologie 22 (6), 643-652, 1991
921991
Morphometric differences in a single wing cell can discriminate Apis mellifera racial types
TM Francoy, PRR Prado, LS Gonçalves, L da Fontoura Costa, D De Jong
Apidologie 37 (1), 91-97, 2006
812006
Africanized honey bees in Brazil, forty years of adaptation and success
D De Jong
Bee World 77 (2), 67-70, 1996
791996
Fipronil and imidacloprid reduce honeybee mitochondrial activity
D Nicodemo, MA Maioli, HCD Medeiros, M Guelfi, KVB Balieira, ...
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 33 (9), 2070-2075, 2014
772014
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