Publications and Reports

The following scientific papers and reports are some of those that have been made possible by full or part funding from the Trust.  They are filed by year of publication with the most recent at the top and can be viewed or downloaded for personal use.
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Breeze T.D., Dean R. & Potts S.G. (2017). The costs of beekeeping for pollination services in the UK – an explorative study, Journal of Apicultural Research, DOI:10.1080/00218839.2017.1304518  658k v. 1 20 Apr 2017, 07:20 Simon Baker
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Brettell L.E., Mordecai G.J., Schroeder D.C., Jones I.M., de Silva J.R., Vicente-Rubiano M. & Martin S.J. (2017). A comparison of deformed wing virus in deformed and asymptomatic honey bees. Insects 2017,8,28; DOI:10.3390/insects8010028.  1516k v. 1 20 Apr 2017, 09:04 Simon Baker
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Balfour, N. J., Carreck, N. L., Blanchard, H. E., Ratnieks, F. L. W. (2016). Size matters: Significant negative relationship between mature plant mass and residual neonicotinoid levels in seed-treated oilseed rape and maize crops. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 215: 85-88.  387k v. 1 22 Oct 2015, 12:14 Simon Baker
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Proceedings of the CSI Pollen Project Workshop, Glasgow, Scotland, 1-2 February, 2016.  570k v. 1 10 May 2016, 07:56 Simon Baker
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Mordecai G.J., Brettell L.E., Pachori P., Villalobos E.M., Martin S.J., Jones I.M., & Schroeder D.C. (2016). Moku virus: a new iflavirus found in wasps, Honey bees and Varroa. Mordecai, G. J. et al. Moku virus; a new Iflavirus found in wasps, honey bees andVarroa. Sci. Rep. 6, 34983; DOI: 10.1038/srep34983 (2016).    861k v. 1 20 Apr 2017, 07:21 Simon Baker
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Balfour, N. J., Fensome, K. A., Samuelson, E. E. W., Ratnieks, F. L. W. (2015). Following the dance: Ground survey of flowers and flower-visiting insects in a summer foraging hotspot identified via honey bee waggle dance decoding. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 213: 265-271.  923k v. 1 22 Oct 2015, 12:13 Simon Baker
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Balfour, N. J., Gandy, S., Ratnieks, F. L. W. (2015). Exploitative competition alters bee foraging and flower choice. Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology 69: 1731-1738.  872k v. 1 22 Oct 2015, 12:11 Simon Baker
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Carreck, N.L. (2015). CSI Pollen Update. Bee Craft 97 (1)  323k v. 1 19 Oct 2015, 10:44 Simon Baker
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Delaplane K.S., Pietravalle S., Brown M.A. &Budge G.E. (2015). Honey Bee Colonies Headed byHyperpolyandrous Queens Have Improved BroodRearing Efficiency and Lower Infestation Rates ofParasitic Varroa Mites. PLoS ONE 10(12): e0142985.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0142985   200k v. 1 20 Apr 2017, 07:21 Simon Baker
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Mordecai G.J., Brettell L.E., Martin S.J., Dixon D., Jones I.M., & Schroeder D.C. (2015) Superinfection exclusion and the long-term survival of honey bees in Varroa-infested colonies. The ISME Journal (2016) 10, 1182–1191; DOI:10.1038/ismej.2015.186; published online 27 October 2015   3653k v. 1 20 Apr 2017, 07:22 Simon Baker
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Mordecai G.J., Wilfert L., Martin S.J., Jones I.M, & Schroeder D.C. (2015). Diversity in a honey bee pathogen:first report of a third master variant of the Deformed Wing Virus quasispecies. The ISME Journal (2016) 10, 1264-1273; DOI:10.1038/ismej.2015.178; published online 17 Nov. 2015.   1067k v. 1 20 Apr 2017, 07:22 Simon Baker
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Mordecai, G., Jones, I. & Schroeder D.C. (2014). Emerging diseases and changes in honey bee viral landscape. The British Bee Journal, 1, p14.    158k v. 1 20 Apr 2017, 07:22 Simon Baker
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Ratnieks, F. L. W., Garbuzov, M., Balfour, N. J. (2014). Honey bees return in summer 2014. Bee Craft 96: 27-31.   548k v. 1 22 Oct 2015, 12:09 Simon Baker
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Martin S.J. et. al. (2013). Do the honeybee pathogens Nosema ceranae and deformed wing virus act synergisticlly? Environmental Microbiology Reports 5(4), 506-510.  210k v. 1 19 Oct 2015, 11:26 Simon Baker
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Martin, S.J. et.al. (2012). Global Honey bee Viral Landscape Altered by a Parasitic Mite. Science 336, 1034-1036. DOI:10.1126/science.1220941   308k v. 1 20 Apr 2017, 07:23 Simon Baker
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Martin, S.J. et.al. (2012). Supplementary Materials for: Global Honey Bee Viral Landscape Altered by a Parasitic Mite. Science 336, 1034-1036.    1049k v. 1 20 Apr 2017, 07:23 Simon Baker
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Schroeder D.C. & Martin S.J. (2012). Deformed wing virus: The main suspect in unexplained honeybee deaths worldwide. Comment on: Martin SJ, et al. Science 2012; 336:1304-6; PMID:22679096;http://dx.doi.org/10.1126/science.1220941. Virulence 3:7, 1–3; November 15, 2012;   1821k v. 1 22 Oct 2015, 09:37 Simon Baker
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Yanez,O.et. al. (2011). Deformed wing virus and drone mating flights in the honey bee (Apis mellifera): implications for sexual transmission of a major honey bee virus. Apidologie 40. DOI: 10.1007/s13592-011-088-7   529k v. 1 19 Oct 2015, 10:33 Simon Baker
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Carreck N.L., Ball B.V. & Martin S.J. (2010). The epidemiology of cloudy wing virus infections in honey bee colonies in the UK. Journal of Apicultural Research 49(1): 66-71. DOI 10.3896/IBRA.1.49.1.09    555k v. 1 19 Oct 2015, 10:34 Simon Baker
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Joe Waters, Ben Darvill, Gillian c. Lye & Dave Goulson (2010). Niche differentiation of a cryptic bumblebee complex in the Western Isles of Scotland. Insect Conservation and Diversity doi: 10.1111/j.1752-4598.2010.00101.x  875k v. 1 22 Oct 2015, 09:31 Simon Baker
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Baker, A. & Schroeder,D. (2008). Occurrence and genetic analysis of picorna-like viruses infecting worker bees of Apis mellifera L. populations in Devon, South West England. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology, 98, 239-242. DOI:10.1016/j.jip.2008.02.010.   106k v. 1 19 Oct 2015, 10:25 Simon Baker
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Carreck N.L., Williams I.H. & Little D.J. (1997). The movement of honey bee colonies for crop pollination and honey production by beekeepers in Great Britain. Bee World 78(2):67-77.    438k v. 1 19 Oct 2015, 10:33 Simon Baker
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Williams I.H., Carreck N. & Little D.J. (1993). Nectar sources for honeybees and the movement of honeybee colonies for crop pollination and honey production in England. Bee World 74: 160-175.  611k v. 1 19 Oct 2015, 10:14 Simon Baker
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