Honeybee Biology

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Ⅰ.蜜蜂级型分化及其分子机制(Honeybee Caste Differentiation and its Molecular Mechanism)

1.Extent and complexity of RNA processing in honey bee queen and worker caste development

2.The diverging epigenomic landscapes of honeybee queens and workers revealed by multiomic sequencing

3.Phenotypic dimorphism between honeybee queen and worker is regulated by complicated epigenetic modifications

4. A comparison of honeybee (Apis mellifera) queen, worker and drone larvae by RNA-Seq

5. DNA methylation comparison between 4-day-old queen and worker larvae of honey bee6. H3K4me1 modification functions in caste differentiation in honeybees


Ⅱ.优质蜂王培育及其分子机制(High Quality Queen Bee Breeding and its Molecular Mechanism)

1.A maternal effect on queen ion in the honey bee

2.Making a queen: an epigenetic analysis of the robustness of the honey bee (Apis mellifera) queen developmental pathway

3.Transgenerational accumulation of methylome changes discovered in commercially reared honey bee(Apis mellifera) queens

4. Transcriptomic, morphological and developmental comparison of adult honey bee queens reared from eggs or worker larvae of differing ages

5.Effects of commercial queen rearing methods on queen fecundity and genome methylation

6.Honeybee (Apis mellifera) maternal effect causes alternation of DNA methylation regulating queen development

7.Transcriptomecomparison between newly emerged and sexual matured bees of Apis mellifera

8. Effects of queen cell size and imprisoned days of mother queen on rearing young honey bee queens Apis mellifera

9.Feeding Asian honeybee queens with European honeybee royal jelly alters body color and expression of related coding and non-coding RNAs



III.蜜蜂行为生物学及其分子机制(Behavioral Biology of Honeybee and its Molecular Mechanism)

1. RFID monitoring indicates honeybees work harder before a rainy day

2.Starving honeybee (Apis mellifera) larvae signal pheromonally to worker bee

3.The involvement of floral scent in plant?honeybee interaction

4.The capping pheromones and putative biosynthetic pathways in worker and drone larvae of Honey Bees Apis mellifera

5.Differential protein expression analysis following olfactory learning in Apis cerana

6.Deltamethrin impairs honeybees (Apis mellifera) dancing communication

7.The effects of sublethal doses of imidacloprid and deltamethrin on honeybee foraging time and the brain transcriptome

8.Honeybees (Apis mellifera) modulate dance communication in response to pollution by imidacloprid

9. Absence of nepotism in waggle communication of honeybees (Apis mellifera)

10.Influence of RNA interference-mediated reduction of or11 on expression of the transcription factor Kr-h1 in Apis mellifera drones

11.Cloning and expression pattern of odorant receptor 11 in Asian honeybee drones, Apis cerana (Hymenoptera, Apidae)

12.Expression patterns of four candidate sex pheromone receptors in honeybee drones, Apis mellifera

13.Agecomponents of queen retinue workers in honey bee colony (Apis mellifera)

14. Genotypic variability of queen retinue workers in honey bee colony (Apis mellifera)





Ⅳ.蜜蜂基因组生物学及CRISPRCas9技术(Honeybee Genome Biology and CRISPRCas9)

1.A chromosome-scale assembly of the Asian honeybee Apis cerana genome

2.Signatures of positive selection in the genome of Apis mellifera carnica: a subspecies of European honey bees

3.Histomorphological study on embryonic development of Asian honeybee (Apis cerana)

4.Dynamic transcriptome landscape of Asian domestic honeybee (Apis cerana) embryonic development revealed by high-quality RNA-seq

5.High-efficiency CRISPRCas9-mediated gene editing in honeybee (Apis mellifera) embryos

6. AComparison of RNA interference via injection and feeding in Honey Bees

Honeybee Biology