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Title Publication# Author
Extension Publications

Beekeeping in Tennessee

Pub 1745 J J. A. Skinner, J. P. Parkman and M. D. Studer

Tracheal Mites in Tennessee

SP409 A J. A. Skinner & J. P. Parkman

Beekeeping for Extension Agents: Fundamentals, Crop Pollination and Pest Management

EPP INFO 736 J. P. Parkman and John A. Skinner

The Small Hive Beetle - A New Pest of Honey Bees

SP 594 J. A. Skinner & J. P. Parkman

Honey Bees in a Wall! What Can Be Done?

Pub 1508 John A. Skinner

Varroa Mites in Tennessee

Pub 1511 John A. Skinner

Bee Aware: Africanized Honey Bee Facts

Pub 1513 John A. Skinner

Making a Pollination Contract

Pub 1516 John A. Skinner

Preparing for Honeybee Emergencies

Pub 1522 John A. Skinner

Swarming Honey Bees: What Should be Done

Pub 1524 John A. Skinner

Managing Varroa Mites in TN - part 1

EPP Info 734 Parkman, J. P. and J. A. Skinner

Managing Varroa Mites in TN - part 2

EPP Info 734 Parkman, J. P. and J. A. Skinner
Graduate Student Thesis

Bee Visitation to Crops and other Flowers Planted as Bee Food. Master's Thesis, University of Tennessee, 2011. http://trace.tennessee.edu/utk_gradthes/1109

  Michael Edward Wilson

Four Aspects of Dogwood Pollination: Insect Visitation, a Novel approach to Identify Pollen, Floral Volatile Emission, and Tracking Parentage. Master's Thesis, University of Tennessee, 2010. http://trace.tennessee.edu/utk_gradthes/744

  Paul Raymond Rhoades

Examining Varroa-resistant honey bee queens from commercial breeders: colony productivity, hygienic behavior, suppression of mite reproduction, and the relationship of Juvenile Hormone III to mite abundance. Master's Thesis, University of Tennessee, 2004.

  Laura L. Bryant