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Journal of Apicultural Research https://www.tandfonline.com/loi/tjar20

Goal: The Journal of Apicultural Research is a refereed scientific journal dedicated to bringing the best research on bees. The Journal of Apicultural Research was founded by the International Bee Research Association (IBRA) in 1962.

Editorial Board

Senior Editor:
Dr Maria Bouga

Assistant Editor:
Dr Melanie Parejo

Editorial Board Members:

Professor Robert Pickard
Dr Adriana M Alippi
Dr Otilia Bobis
Dr Robert Brodschneider
Dr Panuwan Chantawannakul
Dr Vanessa Corby-Harris
Dr Bjørn Dahle
Dr Maria Dimou
Dr Anna Gajda
Dr Dora Henriques
Prof. Irfan Kandemir
Dr Juliana Rangel
Dr Victoria Soroker
Dr Jevrosima Stevanovic

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Maria Bouga
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"The third issue of 2022, 61(3), of the Journal of Apicultural Research is published online and will be mailed to IBRA  Members taking JAR and subscribers.
This third issue of 2022 includes the Editorial, dedicated to the recent loss of Dr. Panuwan Chantawannakul, member of the Editorial Board, 20 interesting articles, 3 are open access, on different topics: Genetics and Breeding; Bee Management; Pathology and parasitology; Hive Products Science; Ecology and Conservation; Physiology, Biochemistry, and Chemical Ecology. It  can be found here: https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/tjar20/61/3?nav=tocList
 
Maria Bouga
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This second issue of 2022, Journal of Apicultural Research, includes 15 interesting articles, on different topics:
Genetics and Breeding; Bee Management; Toxicology; Pathology and parasitology; Hive Products Science; Ecology and Conservation It  can be found here: https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/tjar20/current
 
Maria Bouga
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"The first issue of 2022, 61(1), of the Journal of Apicultural Research is published online and will be mailed to IBRA Members taking JAR and subscribers.
This first issue of 2022 includes seventeen interesting articles, three of them are open access, on different topics: Bee management; Toxicology; Pathology and parasitology; Hive Products Science; Physiology, Biochemistry and Chemical ecology; Sociobiology and Behaviour.
 
Maria Bouga
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Celebrating 60 volumes of the Journal of Apicultural Research, and the last issue of 2021, 60(5) 2021, of the Journal of Apicultural Research is published online and will be mailed to IBRA  Members taking JAR and subscribers.
This last issue of 2021 includes a joint Editorial, contribution of the Editorial Board members, and interesting articles on different topics: Bee management;  Pathology and parasitology; Toxicology;  Hive products science; Ecology and conservation; and Physiology, biochemistry and chemical ecology. It  can be found here: https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/tjar20/current
 
Maria Bouga
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This Special Issue contains the following articles that can be found here:
Editorial
The COLOSS BEEBOOK evolves: hive products, ‘omics research and Eastern honey bees, Apis cerana
Norman L. Carreck, Vincent Dietemann, James D. Ellis, Jay D. Evans, Peter Neumann & Panuwan Chantawannakul
REVIEW ARTICLES
Standard methods for Apis mellifera venom research
Dirk C. de Graaf, Márcia Regina Brochetto Braga, Rusleyd Maria Magalhães de Abreu, Simon Blank, Chris H. Bridts, Luc S. De Clerck, Bart Devreese, Didier G. Ebo, Timothy J. Ferris, Margo M. Hagendorens, Débora Laís Justo Jacomini, Iliya Kanchev, Zenon J. Kokot, Jan Matysiak, Christel Mertens, Vito Sabato, Athina L. Van Gasse & Matthias Van Vaerenbergh
Standard methods for pollen research
Maria G. Campos, Ofélia Anjos, Manuel Chica, Pascual Campoy, Janka Nozkova, Norma Almaraz-Abarca, Lidia M. R. C. Barreto, João Carlos Nordi, Leticia M. Estevinho, Ananias Pascoal, Vanessa Branco Paula, Altino Chopina, Luis G. Dias, Živoslav L. j. Tešić, Mirjana D. Mosić, Aleksandar Ž. Kostić, Mirjana B. Pešić, Dušanka M. Milojković-Opsenica, Wiebke Sickel, Markus J. Ankenbrand, Gudrun Grimmer, Ingolf Steffan-Dewenter, Alexander Keller, Frank Förster, Chrysoula H. Tananaki, Vasilios Liolios, Dimitrios Kanelis, Maria-Anna Rodopoulou, Andreas Thrasyvoulou, Luísa Paulo, Christina Kast, Matteo A. Lucchetti, Gaëtan Glauser, Olena Lokutova, Ligia Bicudo de Almeida-Muradian, Teresa Szczęsna & Norman L. Carreck
 
Maria Bouga
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The Journal of Apicultural Research (JAR) is extending the abstract submission deadline for the Special Issue on Stingless Bees to be published in 2022.
More details can be found here: http://bit.ly/Stingless_Bees
NEW Abstract submission deadline: September 5, 2021
 
Maria Bouga
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We are happy to announce the new impact factor for the Journal of Apicultural Research, which is  2.584. Don't miss the latest articles published online that can be found here: https://www.tandfonline.com/action/showAxaArticles?journalCode=tjar20
 
Maria Bouga
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The Journal of Apicultural Research (JAR) published by the International Bee Research Association (IBRA) is now seeking submissions for a Special Issue on Stingless Bees to be published in 2022. More details at http://bit.ly/Stingless_Bees
 
Maria Bouga
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"Celebrating 60 volumes of the Journal of Apicultural Research, and the third issue of 2021, 60(3) 2021, of the Journal of Apicultural Research is published online and will be mailed to IBRA  Members taking JAR and subscribers.
This third issue of 2021 includes interesting articles on different topics: Historical Research; Genetics and breeding; Bee management; Pathology and parasitology;Toxicology; Hive product science; Ecology and conservation and Physiology, biochemistry and chemical ecology.
 
Maria Bouga
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Celebrating 60 volumes of the Journal of Apicultural Research, and the second issue of 2021, 60(2) 2021, of the Journal of Apicultural Research is published online and will be mailed to IBRA Members taking JAR and subscribers.
This second issue of 2021 includes interesting articles on different topics: Bee management; Ecology and conservation;Pathology and parasitology; Toxicology; Hive science products; Genetics and breeding and Physiology, biochemistry and chemical ecology;
It can be found here:
 
Maria Bouga
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We are celebrating the sixtieth edition of the Journal of Apicultural Research and the first issue of 2021, 60(1) 2020, of the Journal of Apicultural Research is published online and will be mailed to IBRA  Members taking JAR and subscribers.
This first issue of 2021 includes articles on different interesting topics: Historical research; Toxicology; Hive science products; Pathology and parasitology;  Ecology and conservation; Genetics and breeding; Physiology, biochemistry and chemical ecology; Sociobiology and behaviour.
It  can be found here:
 
Maria Bouga
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"The fifth issue 59(5) 2020, of the Journal of Apicultural Research is published online and will be mailed to IBRA Members taking JAR and subscribers.
This fifth issue of 2020 encompasses an increased number of pages and includes 37 articles on different topics: Pandemic and bee research; Bee management; Pathology and parasitology; Toxicology; Hive science products; Ecology and conservation; Genetics and breeding; Physiology, biochemistry and chemical ecology.
It can be found here:
 
Maria Bouga
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COLOSS BEEBOOK
Standard methods for Apis mellifera venom research
open access
 
Maria Bouga
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How has the Covid-19 pandemic affected bee research? Read the open access article in the Journal of Apicultural Research! https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00218839.2020.1799646
 
Robert Brodschneider
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New article out on impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on bee research.
 
Maria Bouga
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Journal of Apicultural Research
Open access article
Honey bee colony winter loss rates for 35 countries participating in the COLOSS survey for winter 2018–2019, and the effects of a new queen on the risk of colony winter loss
(2020).
 
Maria Bouga
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The fourth issue 59(4) 2020, of the Journal of Apicultural Research (new Impact Factor 1.818) is published online and will be mailed to IBRA Members taking JAR and subscribers.
This fourth issue of 2020 encompasses an increased number of pages and includes 42 articles on different topics: Toxicology; Hive science products; Pathology and parasitology; Bee management; Ecology and conservation; Genetics and breeding; Physiology, biochemistry and chemical ecology; and Evolution, phylogeny and biogeography.
It can be found here:
 
Maria Bouga
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"The third issue 59(3) 2020, Special issue, 
The COLOSS BEEBOOK – Volume III, Part 2: Standard methods for Apis mellifera product research. Editors: Vincent Dietemann, Peter Neumann, Norman Carreck and James D Ellis
of the Journal of Apicultural Research is published online and will  be mailed to IBRA Members taking JAR and subscribers.
It  can be found here:
 
Maria Bouga
added an update
This second issue of 2020, includes many interesting articles on Hive product science, Physiology, Breeding and genetics, Pathology and parasitiolgy and Ecology and conservation. All of the papers can be found here: https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/tjar20/59/2?nav=tocList
 
Maria Bouga
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This first issue of 2020, includes many interesting articles on Toxicology, Hive product science, Pathology and parasitiolgy, Pollination and Bee management.
All of the papers can be found here: https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/tjar20/current
 
Maria Bouga
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This fifth issue of 2019, includes many interesting articles on Ecology and Conservation, Toxicology, Pathology and parasitiolgy, Hive product science and Bee management. All of the papers can be found here: https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/tjar20/58/5?nav=tocList
 
Melanie Parejo
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New exiting development at the Journal of Apicultural Research: It is now possible to directly submit your preprint mansucript from bioRxiv to JAR
BioRxiv is a free online archive and distribution service for unpublished preprints in the life sciences. Posting preprints on BioRxiv allows authors to make their findings immediately available to the scientific community, fostering communication and collaboration and allowing authors to receive feedback on draft manuscripts before they are submitted to journals.
Please visit the JAR submission website for more information.
 
Maria Bouga
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Journal of Apicultural Research, 2018 Impact Factor 1.752
 
Maria Bouga
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Journal of Apicultural Research, Volume 58, Issue 4, September 2019 is now available online
 
Maria Bouga
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Articles Full Access,  Journal of Apicultural Research, 58(2), 2019 The COLOSS BEEBOOK-Volume III, Part 1: Standard methods for Apis mellifera product research https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/tjar20/58/2?nav=tocList
 
Maria Bouga
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A new interesting article is already online, open access, Journal of Apicultural Research, output of COLOSS survey for honey bee colonies losses:
Loss rates of honey bee colonies during winter 2017/18 in 36 countries participating in the COLOSS survey, including effects of forage sources
 
Robert Brodschneider
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This short article presents loss rates of honey bee colonies over winter 2017/18 from 36 countries, including 33 in Europe, from data collected using the standardized COLOSS questionnaire. The 25,363 beekeepers supplying data passing consistency checks in total wintered 544,879 colonies, and reported 26,379 (4.8%, 95% CI 4.7–5.0%) colonies with unsolvable queen problems, 54,525 (10.0%, 95% CI 9.8–10.2%) dead colonies after winter and another 8,220 colonies (1.5%, 95% CI 1.4–1.6%) lost through natural disaster. This gave an overall loss rate of 16.4% (95% CI 16.1–16.6%) of honey bee colonies during winter 2017/18, but this varied greatly from 2.0 to 32.8% between countries. The included map shows relative risks of winter loss at regional level. The analysis using the total data-set confirmed findings from earlier surveys that smaller beekeeping operations with at most 50 colonies suffer significantly higher losses than larger operations (p < .001). Beekeepers migrating their colonies had significantly lower losses than those not migrating (p < .001), a different finding from previous research. Evaluation of six different forage sources as potential risk factors for colony loss indicated that intensive foraging on any of five of these plant sources (Orchards, Oilseed Rape, Maize, Heather and Autumn Forage Crops) was associated with significantly higher winter losses. This finding requires further study and explanation. A table is included giving detailed results of loss rates and the impact of the tested forage sources for each country and overall.
Maria Bouga
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The third issue of 2019 is published on line and includes many interesting articles on Pathology and parasitiolgy. There are also articles on Physiology, biochemistry and chemical ecology, Toxicology and Bee management.
 
Maria Bouga
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The Journal of Apicultural Research is a refereed scientific journal dedicated to bringing the best research on bees. The Journal of Apicultural Research was founded by the International Bee Research Association (IBRA) in 1962.
Editorial Board
Senior Editor:
Dr Maria Bouga
Assistant Editor:
Dr Melanie Parejo
Editorial Board Members:
Professor Robert Pickard
Dr Adriana M Alippi
Dr Otilia Bobis
Dr Robert Brodschneider
Dr Panuwan Chantawannakul
Dr Vanessa Corby-Harris
Dr Bjørn Dahle
Dr Maria Dimou
Dr Anna Gajda
Dr Dora Henriques
Prof. Irfan Kandemir
Dr Juliana Rangel
Dr Victoria Soroker
Dr Jevrosima Stevanovic