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Characterization of the native honey bee subspecies in Saudi Arabia using the mtDNA COI—COII intergenic region and morphometric characteristics

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Crematogaster chiarinii ants as a potential biological control agent for protecting honeybee colonies from attack by Dorylus quadratus driver ants in Ethiopia (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)

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Stereoselective total synthesis of 4-( (3S, 5R)-3,5 -dihydr0xyn0nadecyl) phenol

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Hatching rates and some characteristics of Yemeni and Carniolan honey bee eggs 4
Effect of Jujube Honey on Candida albicans Growth and Biofllm Fonnation 5
Characterization and gene mapping of a chlorophyll-deficient mutant clnt) of Triticum monococcum L. 6

Characterization and gene mapping of a brittle culm mutant of diploid wheat (Triticum monococcum L.) with irregular xylem vessels development

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Differences in Composition of Honey Samples and Their Impact on the Antimicrobial Activities against Drug Multiresistant Bacteria and Pathogenic Fungi

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Honey and Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Normal Individuals, and in Patients with Diabetes Mellitus or Dyslipidemia

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Geographical distribution and population variation of Apis mellifera jemenitica Ruttner

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Agriculture satellite image segmentation using a modified artificial Hopfield neural network 11
Comparison between cuticular lipids on body parts of two honey bee subspecies 12
Honey Bee Colonies Performance enhance By newly modified BeeHives 13
A Suitability Map for Keeping Honey Bees Under Harsh Environmental Conditions Using Geographical Information System 14
Body morphological characteristics of honey bees 15
Identifying possible regions for using modified beehives in Saudi Arabia using a geographical information system (GIS) 16
Elemental analysis of eggs for two honey bee races 17
Beekeeping in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Past and Present Practices 18
Beekeeping in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Opportunities and Challenges 19
A Practical Total Synthesis of Both E- and Z-lsomers of Optically Pure (S)-14-Methylhexadec-8-enal (Trogodermal) 20

 

 

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