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Backgrounds: Apis mellifera scutellata and A.m. capensis (the Cape honey bee) are western honey bee subspecies indigenous to the Republic of South Africa (RSA). Both bees are important for biological and economic reasons. First, A.m. scutellata is the invasive "African honey bee" of the Americas...

Author(s)
Eimanifar, A.; Brooks, S. A.; Bustamante, T.; Ellis, J. D.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
BMC Genomics, 2018, 19, 615, pp (15 August 2018)
Abstract

We investigated honeybee populations of A. mellifera in Saharan and coastal locations in Libya to fill the North Africa gap of biogeography and distribution of honeybees, morphologically and using mtDNA analysis. It was found that Libyan honeybees are different, morphologically and genetically,...

Author(s)
Shaibi, T.
Publisher
Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt
Citation
Egyptian Academic Journal of Biological Sciences: Entomology, 2013, 6, 2, pp 39-47
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Canonical trend surface analysis (CTSA) is a powerful multivariate statistical method that finds linear combinations of morphological data which have maximum correlation with geographic space. In this study, CTSA was applied to morphometric variation among 42 Africanized honey bee populations from...

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Diniz-Filho, J. A. F.
Citation
Journal of Apicultural Research, 1995, 34, 2, pp 65-72

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