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    • Environmental conditions and beekeeping practices associated with Nosema ceranae presence in Argentina 

      Pacini, Adriana Cecilia; Molineri, Ana Ines; Antúnez, Karina; Bulacio Cagnolo, Natalia Veronica; Merke, Julieta; Orellano, Emanuel; Bertozzi, Ezequiel; Zago, Luis Fernando Basili; Aignasse, Andrea María Elisa; Pietronave, Hernan Pablo; Rodriguez, Graciela Adriana; Palacio, María Alejandra; Signorini Porchiett, Marcelo Lisandro; Giacobino, Agostina (Springer, 2021-01)
      A longitudinal study was carried out in order to evaluate Nosema spp. spore counts in two key moments of the year (late autumn and spring) in honeybee colonies from five eco-regions of Argentina. Three hundred and sixty ...
    • 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 ...
    • Varroa destructor and viruses association in honey bee colonies under different climatic conditions 

      Giacobino, Agostina; Molineri, Ana Ines; Pacini, Adriana Cecilia; Fondevila, Norberto Antonio; Pietronave, Hernan Pablo; Rodriguez, Graciela Adriana; Palacio, Marí­a Alejandra; Bulacio Cagnolo, Natalia Veronica; Orellano, Emanuel; Salto, Cesar Eduardo; Signorini, Marcelo; Merke, Julieta (2016-06)
      Honey bee colonies are threatened by multiple factors including complex interactions between environmental and diseases such as parasitic mites and viruses. We compared the presence of honeybee-pathogenic viruses and Varroa ...