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    • Distribution and prevalence of Nosema apis and N. ceranae in temperate and subtropical eco-regions of Argentina 

      Pacini, Adriana Cecilia; Mira, Anabela; Molineri, Ana Ines; Giacobino, Agostina; Bulacio Cagnolo, Natalia Veronica; Aignasse, Andrea María Elisa; Zago, Luis Fernando Basili; Izaguirre, Mercedes; Merke, Julieta; Orellano, Emanuel; Bertozzi, Ezequiel; Pietronave, Hernan Pablo; Russo, Romina Maria; Scannapieco, Alejandra Carla; Lanzavecchia, Silvia Beatriz; Schnittger, Leonhard; Signorini, Marcelo (2016-11)
      A total of 361 colonies from 59 apiaries located in two temperate and three subtropical eco-regions were examined during the post-harvest period to determine distribution and prevalence of Nosema spp. Apiaries from subtropical ...
    • Environment and Varroa destructor management as determinant of colony losses in apiaries under temperate and subtropical climate 

      Molineri, Ana Ines; Giacobino, Agostina; Pacini, Adriana Cecilia; Bulacio Cagnolo, Natalia Veronica; Merke, Julieta; Orellano, Emanuel; Bertozzi, Ezequiel; Zago, Luis Fernando Basili; Aignasse, Andrea María Elisa; Pietronave, Hernan Pablo; Rodriguez, Graciela Adriana; Crisanti, Paola Andrea; Palacio, María Alejandra; Signorini, Marcelo (2018-07)
      For the last 10 years, honey bee colony losses have been a topic of interest for researchers around the world, and many drivers for losses were described. The aim of this study was to evaluate the risk factors associated ...
    • Prevalence of honey bee (Apis mellifera) viruses in temperate and subtropical regions from Argentina 

      Fondevila, Norberto Antonio; Pietronave, Hernan Pablo; Bulacio Cagnolo, Natalia Veronica; Merke, Julieta; Orellano, Emanuel; Bertozzi, Ezequiel; Ferrufino, Cecilia Gabriela; Zago, Luis Fernando Basili; Molineri, Ana Ines; Aignasse, Andrea Maria Elisa; Signorini, Marcelo; Giacobino, Agostina; Pacini, Adriana Cecilia (2017)
      In Argentina, bee virus studies are still incipient, and there are no studies regarding the climatic effect. The aim of this study was to assess and compare the presence of honeybee viruses in different climatic regions ...