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Karl Crailsheim
Karl Crailsheim
Professor for Zoology
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Nutrition and health in honey bees
R Brodschneider, K Crailsheim
Apidologie 41 (3), 278-294, 2010
12732010
Pollen consumption and utilization in worker honeybees (Apis mellifera carnica): dependence on individual age and function
K Crailsheim, LHW Schneider, N Hrassnigg, G Bühlmann, U Brosch, ...
Journal of insect Physiology 38 (6), 409-419, 1992
4951992
Managed honey bee colony losses in Canada, China, Europe, Israel and Turkey, for the winters of 2008–9 and 2009–10
R van der Zee, L Pisa, S Andonov, R Brodschneider, JD Charrière, ...
Journal of Apicultural Research 51 (1), 100-114, 2012
3352012
The protein balance of the honey bee worker
K Crailsheim
Apidologie 21 (5), 417-429, 1990
3291990
Differences in drone and worker physiology in honeybees (Apis mellifera)
N Hrassnigg, K Crailsheim
Apidologie 36 (2), 255-277, 2005
2702005
The flow of jelly within a honeybee colony
K Crailsheim
Journal of comparative physiology B 162, 681-689, 1992
2261992
Physiology of protein digestion in the midgut of the honeybee (Apis mellifera L.)
B Moritz, K Crailsheim
Journal of Insect Physiology 33 (12), 923-931, 1987
2131987
Cannibalism and early capping: strategy of honeybee colonies in times of experimental pollen shortages
T Schmickl, K Crailsheim
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 187, 541-547, 2001
2032001
Endothermic heat production in honeybee winter clusters
A Stabentheiner, H Pressl, T Papst, N Hrassnigg, K Crailsheim
Journal of Experimental Biology 206 (2), 353-358, 2003
2002003
Get in touch: cooperative decision making based on robot-to-robot collisions
T Schmickl, R Thenius, C Moeslinger, G Radspieler, S Kernbach, ...
Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems 18, 133-155, 2009
1922009
Adaptation of hypopharyngeal gland development to the brood status of honeybee (Apis mellifera L.) colonies
N Hrassnigg, K Crailsheim
Journal of insect Physiology 44 (10), 929-939, 1998
1851998
Influence of diet, age and colony condition upon intestinal proteolytic activity and size of the hypopharyngeal glands in the honeybee (Apis mellifera L.)
K Crailsheim, E Stolberg
Journal of Insect Physiology 35 (8), 595-602, 1989
1841989
Standard methods for artificial rearing of Apis mellifera larvae
K Crailsheim, R Brodschneider, P Aupinel, D Behrens, E Genersch, ...
Journal of Apicultural Research 52 (1), 1-16, 2013
1832013
Trophallactic interactions in the adult honeybee (Apis mellifera L.)
K Crailsheim
Apidologie 29 (1-2), 97-112, 1998
1681998
Standard methods for behavioural studies of Apis mellifera
R Scheiner, CI Abramson, R Brodschneider, K Crailsheim, WM Farina, ...
Journal of Apicultural Research 52 (4), 1-58, 2013
1642013
Inner nest homeostasis in a changing environment with special emphasis on honey bee brood nursing and pollen supply
T Schmickl, K Crailsheim
Apidologie 35 (3), 249-263, 2004
1612004
Interadult feeding of jelly in honeybee (Apis mellifera L.) colonies
K Crailsheim
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 161, 55-60, 1991
1541991
Modelling seasonal effects of temperature and precipitation on honey bee winter mortality in a temperate climate
M Switanek, K Crailsheim, H Truhetz, R Brodschneider
Science of the Total Environment 579, 1581-1587, 2017
1522017
How honeybees (Apis mellifera L.) change their broodcare behaviour in response to non-foraging conditions and poor pollen conditions
T Schmickl, K Crailsheim
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 51, 415-425, 2002
1442002
Surveys as a tool to record winter losses of honey bee colonies: a two year case study in Austria and South Tyrol
R Brodschneider, R Moosbeckhofer, K Crailsheim
Journal of Apicultural Research 49 (1), 23-30, 2010
1392010
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