OIE SYMPOSIUM
on New Threats and Novel Treatments for Honey Bees
to be held during the
46th APIMONDIA International Apicultural Congress
Montreal (Canada), 11 September 2019



 

PReSENTATIONS / ABSTRACTS

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1

OIE activities related to honey bee health
François Diaz (World Organisation for Animal Health)

Tenhagen Tenhagen
2

Biology of Vespa in Asia
Stephen Martin (United Kingdom)

Freischem Freischem
3

The yellow legged hornet Vespa velutina in Europe
Juliette Poidatz (France)

Versporten Versporten
4

How is Vespa velutina delt with in South Korea?
Dong won Kim (Republic of Korea)

Stockwell Stockwell
5

Criteria for inclusion of honey bee diseases, infections and infestations in the OIE List
Marie-Pierre Rivière (France)

Diaz Diaz
6

Adaptive Strategies of Wild Bees in Africa to deal with Threats
Michael Lattorff (International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology)

Diaz Diaz
7

Tropilaelaps species: news and impact on honeybees
Panuwan Chantawanakul (Thailand)

Mackay Mackay
8

Virulent strains of known diseases
Marc Schäfer (Germany)

McDermott McDermott
9

Beneficial microorganisms and honeybees: colony level effects of lactic acid bacterial supplement
Eva Forsgren (Sweden)

Kawanishi Kawanishi
10
Using bacteriophage against American foulbrood and potential vaccine for American foulbrood
Adriana Alippi (Argentina)
Baipoledi Baipoledi


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