Insect Pollination in Greenhouses: Proceedings of the Specialists' Meeting Held in Soesterberg, The Netherlands, 30 September to 2 October 1999
Department of Social Insects, Utrecht University, 2000 - Pollination by insects - 220 pages
Proceedings of the specialists' meeting held in Soesterberg, The Netherlands, 30 September to 2 October 1999.
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THE USE OF MISCELLANEOUS INSECTS FOR GREENHOUSE
J Duchateau The Netherlands
Van den Eijnde The Netherlands
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adult bumblebees Ambrosiushoeve angustula Apidae Apidologie Apis mellifera artificial insemination bee activity bee colonies bee species behaviour biology Bombinae Bombus terrestris breeding brood bumble bees bumblebee colonies bumblebee larvae bumblebee queens bumblebee species bumblebees Bombus terrestris bumblebees fauna cages collect pollen colony development commercial cornuta crops diversity Duchateau eggplant eggs EIJNDE emerged Entomol experiments Eyne female flies flower visiting foraging activity fruit set glasshouse greenhouse growers Heemert hibernation hive honey bees honey pots honeybees hybrid Hymenoptera hypocrita sapporoensis ignitus insect pollination KAFTANOGLU larvae lignaria loads Locustacarus buchneri males mating Megabombus Megachilidae methods midgut mites nectar nectar and pollen nest Netherlands Nosema apis Nosema bombi Nosema infection oligolectic Osmia Osmia cornuta OZBEK parasite plants pollen foraging pollination in greenhouses pollination of tomatoes populations Psithyrus pupae Pyrobombus Radoszkowski Rasmont rearing Ruijter Schmid-Hempel seed production solitary bees spores stingless bees sweet pepper temperature Thoracobombus unpublished West-Palaearctic wintering workers