Colony evaluation is not affected by drifting of drone and worker honeybees (Apis mellifera L.) at a performance testing apiary View Full Text


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DATE

2000-01

AUTHORS

Peter Neumann, Robin F.A. Moritz, Dieter Mautz

ABSTRACT

The impact of drifting workers and drones on evaluating performance data of honeybee (Apis mellifera carnica) colonies was studied using DNA microsatellites. Colony size, honey yield and colony level of infestation with Varroa jacobsoni were evaluated from 30 queenright colonies. Individuals (n = 1359 workers from 38 colonies, n = 449 drones from 14 colonies) were genotyped using four DNA microsatellite loci. Maternity testing was used to identify drifted individuals. The drifting of workers ranged from 0 to 14% with an average of %. The amount of drifting drones was significantly higher ranging from 3 to 89% (average of ). No significant correlations were observed between the amount of drifting and colony sizes. Likewise, the correlations between drifting workers and drones with the phenotypic variance for colony honey yields and levels of infestation with V. jacobsoni were weak and in no case significant. Thus, the low levels of drifting workers (due to performance apiary layout) and the high levels of drifting drones did not interfere with performance testing in this study. More... »

PAGES

67-79

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TITLE

Apidologie

ISSUE

1

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31

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1051/apido:2000107

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