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12. září 2008 v 16:40 | Eman |  Zajímavé zprávy o včelách a jejich produktech
Třetí evropská konference o apidologii.

V programu jsem si tučně zvýraznil přednášky, které by mě zajímaly, kdybych tam byl. Doufám že se dostaneme ke sborníku přednášek jako minule. Červeně je zvýrazněna přednáška našeho Ing. D. Titěry.
Zkrácený program konference ( dlouhé články netrpí) - a celý program si najděte na stránce v odkazu:
Monday 8 September
LT1 09:00-10:00 Plenary Lecture: Vassya Bankova Propolis: good for bees, good for humans
LT1 10:30-12:30 Bee Management and Hive Products
Organisers: Norman Carreck, Anna Gloria Sabatini, Richard Jones
Chair: Richard Jones
10:30 NL Carreck, R Jones The contribution of Eva Crane to the study of bee products and bee management
10:45 E Solórzano, L Maldonado, E Bedascarrasbure, N Vera, R Ordonez, M Inés Isla Antimicrobial activity of total and fractionated propolis extracts from Catamarca, Argentina
11:00 E Solórzano, L Maldonado, E Bedascarrasbure, N Vera, R Ordonez, M Inés Isla Comparative study of propolis chemical and functional indicators in the northwestern area of Argentina
11:15 F Hatjina, L Haristos, M Bouga, M Kostarelou, N Emmanouel Quality characteristics of produced honey bee queens in Greece
11:30 A Gregorc Breeding activities and queen quality monitoring for Apis mellifera carnica in Slovenia
11:45 L Poljansek, A Gregorc Morphological characters and performance of queens reared by different methods
12:00 M Lodesani, C Costa Impact of comb distance and hygienic behaviour on the colony parameters and infestation level of Varroa destructor
12:15 MK Greco Diagnostic Radioentomology: a new technique for looking inside of things
North LT 10:30-12:30 Colony Losses (1)
Organisers: Peter Rosenkranz, Peter Neumann
Chair: Peter Neumann
10:30 P Neumann An introduction to colony losses
10:45 K Crailsheim, R Brodschneider, U Riessberger-Gallé Colony losses in Austria and strategies
11:00 J van der Steen Pitfalls on the way to passive bioindication and biomonitoring of atmospheric deposition of heavy metals with honey bee colonies (Apis mellifera
L.) 11:15 Y Le Conte, M Navajas New haplotypes of the parasitic mite Varroa destructor on Apis mellifera in Asia: a permanent threat for apiculture?
11:30 T Blacquiere, B Cornelissen, L Gerritsen, J van der Steen Colony losses and the timing of Varroa control
11:45 L Gauthier, M Ravallec, M Tournaire, J De Miranda, ME Colin, F Cousserans, M Bergoin Identification of honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) queen pathologies in France
12:00 B Dainat, R Kuhn, V Kilchenmann, J-D Charriere, A Imdorf, H Berthoud, P Neumann Colony losses: the potential role of the interface between viruses and Varroa destructor
LT1 13:30-14:30 Plenary Lecture: Tom Seeley House hunting by honey bees: a study of effective group decision-making
LT1 14:30-16:00 BeeShop: an EU research programme
Organiser & Chair: Joachim de Miranda
14:30 RFA Moritz BeeShop - an overview
14:40 AG Sabatini Honey Department - overview
14:50 K Bíliková, J Simúth Immunochemical quantification of apalbumin 1 in honey
15:05 J de Miranda Pathology Department - overview
15:15 O Yanez, R Jaffé, I Fries, RFA Moritz, RJ Paxton, JR de Miranda Distribution of deformed wing virus (DWV) variants in honeybee drone populations collected from hives and from drone congregation areas
15:30 A Lindström Expression of strain-specific virulence of Paenibacillus larvae on colony and larval level in the honey bee
15:45 E Frey, S Weller, R Odemer, P Rosenkranz Comparison of population dynamics, hygienic behavior and mite reproduction in honey bee colonies preselected for Varroa tolerance
North LT 14:30-16:00 Behaviour and Physiology (1)
Organiser & Chair: Jean-Christophe Sandoz
14:30 R Brodschneider, U Riessberger-Gallé, K Crailsheim Rearing honeybees in vitro and letting them fly successfully
14:45 A Tofilski, K Czekonska Development time of honeybee workers in cell of different sizes
15:00 M Kleinhenz, S Fuchs, J Tautz Usage of brood gaps for incubation of sealed brood in honeybee colonies
15:15 MA Becher, RFA Moritz Modelling brood temperature and colony size in honeybee colonies
15:30 K Crailsheim, C Möslinger, T Schmickl Trophallaxis of bees inspired a robotic swarm
15:45 E Gattevecchia, S Ghini, A Felicioli, A Nanetti The role of oxalate-decarboxylase in the metabolisation of oxalic acid in Apis mellifera
LT1 16:30-18:00 BeeShop: an EU research programme
Organiser & Chair: Joachim de Miranda
16:30 M Giurfa Behaviour & Genetics Department - overview
16:40 M Solignac, F Mougel, D Vautrin Lack of recombination hotspots in the honey bee: consequences for whole genome screening
16:55 D Behrens, I Fries, E Forsgren, M Solignac, RFA Moritz Mapping resistance genes in Apis mellifera against American foulbrood
17:10 R Jaffé, V Dietemann, RM Crewe, RFA Moritz Temporal dynamics of an African honeybee Drone Congregation Area
17:25 M Giurfa How do bees learn about bad things? From behaviour to molecules; from the laboratory to the field
17:40 D Titera Extension Department - overview
17:50 D Titera Hive bottom monitoring and its use in control of bee diseases
North LT 16:30-18:00 Bee genetics (1)
Organiser & Chair: Bernhard Kraus
16:30 M Navajas, J-F Martin, Y Le Conte The effect of pathogens and pests on honey bee gene expression
16:45 H Schlüns, RH Crozier Antimicrobial peptide genes regulated by Relish in Apis mellifera
17:00 DC De Graaf, M Brunain, FJ Jacobs New insights into the honeybee venom constituents from proteomic studies and genome database mining
17:15 TE Murray, RJ Paxton The impact of sociality and haplodiploidy on microsatellite gene diversity in the Hymenoptera
17:30 A Jarosch, RFA Moritz Systemic RNA-Interference in the honeybee Apis mellifera
17:45 M Meixner, R Büchler, C Garrido, K Bienefeld, K Ehrhardt Breeding for vitality - establishment of a new breeding concept for the future
EurBee3 2008 Symposium Progamme Details (in the MBC, Queen's University Belfast, 97 Lisburn Road), update of 4 September 2008
EurBee3 2008 Symposium Progamme Details (in the MBC, Queen's University Belfast, 97 Lisburn Road), update of 4 September 2008
Tuesday 9 September
LT1 09:00-10:00 Plenary Lecture: Martin Giurfa A taste from the magic well: studies on learning and cognition in honeybees
LT1 10:30-12:30 Behaviour and Physiology (2)
Organiser & Chair: Jean-Christophe Sandoz
10:30 UR Ernst, T Wenseleers, P Verleyen, D Cardoen, DC de Graaf, L Schoofs, FLW Ratnieks Allocation of worker policing in the honeybee Apis mellifera
10:45 G Koleoglu, Z Gulduren, RI Tunca, T Giray, M Kence, A Kence A life history trait, the rate of behavioral development correlates with biogeography of honey bee races
11:00 G Aronne, M Giovanetti, M Guarracino, V de Micco Are wind pollinated species an essential source of pollen for the honeybee?
11:15 S Spiewok, P Neumann Queen fight - an example for lethal intraspecific conflicts
11:30 M Baude, M Mugabo, E Danchin, I Dajoz Inadvertent social information in plant-pollinator interactions
11:45 NE Raine, SC Le Comber, L Chittka Learning to forage in the floral supermarket
12:00 J Osborne, A Smith, A Reynolds Bee searching strategies in the landscape
12:15 N Deisig, M Giurfa, JC Sandoz Neural representation of olfactory mixtures in the honeybee brain
North LT 10:30-12:30 Bee genetics (2)
Organiser: Bernhard Kraus
Chair: Rodolfo Jaffé
10:30 HMG Lattorff, RM Crewe, M Solignac, RFA Moritz Nature vs nurture: worker reproduction in honeybees (Apis mellifera )
10:45 K Bíliková, H Lehrach, J Simúth The view on scanty genomic potential of honeybee innate immunity
11:00 I Munoz, R Dall´Olio, M Lodesani, P De la Rúa Sequence variation in the mitochondrial tRNAleu-cox2 intergenic region of African and African-derived honeybee populations
11:15 Palacio, MA; Figini,E; Andere,C; Bedascarrasbure,E A honey bee genetic program in Argentina
11:30 R Dall´Olio, I Munoz, P De la Rúa, M Lodesani Estimating introgression in Apis mellifera sicula populations: are the conservation islands really effective?
11:45 F Özdil, B Fakhri, AN Khoei, C Erkan, MA Yildiz HinfI and DraI digestion of the COI-COII intergenic region in honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) populations from Turkey and western part of Iran
12:00 Z Gulduren, S Banerjee, M Kence Why honeybees are heterozygote for Pgm (Phosphoglucomutase) in winter?
12:15 MAA El-Niweiri, RFA Moritz The impact of beekeeping on the genetic structure of wild honeybee populations (Apis mellifera yemenitica )
LT1 13:30-14:30 Plenary Lecture: Steve Martin Bee diseases: the need for a multidisciplinary approach
LT1 15:00-16:30 Colony Losses (2)
Organisers: Peter Neumann, Peter Rosenkranz
Chair: Peter Rosenkranz
15:00 G Budge, B Jones, L Laurenson, S Wilkins, S Pietravalle, M Brown Historic and recent colony losses in England and Wales
15:15 P Rosenkranz, K Wallner The chronology of honey bee losses in the Rhine Valley during spring 2008: an accident caused by the drift of Clothianidin dressed maize seed
15:30 A Gregorc, AIS Skerl Lethal and sublethal effects of pesticides on individual bees and their tissues
15:45 M-P Chauzat, P Carpentier, F Madec, S Bougeard, N Cougoule, P Drajnudel, M-C Clement, M Aubert, J-P
Health of honey bee colonies (Apis mellifera ) in France : Role of infectious agents and parasites and influence of pesticide residues
16:00 K Wallner, S Göser Effects of seed dressed and sprayed pesticides on pollen, nectar and honey of oil seed rape
16:15 R Büchler, M Meixner Healthier colonies due to brood withdrawal
North LT 15:00-16:30 Pollinator declines: drivers and impacts
Organisers and Chair: Ingolf Steffan-Dewenter; Koos Biesmeijer
15:00 K Biesmeijer European wild bees: status and threats
15:15 CL Hutchins, JC Biesmeijer, WE Kunin, M Termansen, J Hogg Wild bee and plant declines in the UK
15:30 SG Potts, SPM Roberts, R Dean, G Marris, M Brown, R Jones, J Settele Status and trends of honeybees in Europe: severe declines in central Europe
15:40 SPM Roberts, SG Potts ALARM: climate change and pollinators
15:50 CA Brittain, R Bommarco, M Vighi, SG Potts Impact of pesticide pressures on pollinator biodiversity at multiple spatial scales
16:00 T Petanidou, A Nielsen, J Dauber, J Biesmeijer, D Gabriel, WE Kunin, W Lamborn, M Moora, B Meyer, SG
Potts, V Sober, I Steffan-Dewenter, J Stout, T Tscheulin, M Vaitis, D Vivarelli
Wild plant population structure shapes flower visitor assemblage: a pan-European approach
16:15 BE Vaissiere, N Gallai, G Carré, R Bommarco, K Krewenka, N Morison, SG Potts, SPM Roberts, I Steffan-
Dewenter, J-M Salles, H Szentgyörgyi, C Westphal, M Woyciechowski
Assessing the potential impact of declining insect pollination service to crops in Europe
Foyer 16:30-19:00 Poster Session with local cheeses, cider and apple juice
104 in the Foyer of the MBC, Lecture Theatre 2 and seminar rooms 104 and 105, all adjacent to the Foyer of the
MBC 105
EurBee3 2008 Symposium Progamme Details (in the MBC, Queen's University Belfast, 97 Lisburn Road), update of 4 September 2008
Wednesday 10 September
LT1 09:00-10:00 Plenary Lecture: Claire Kremen Honey bee pollination 'crisis': can native bees take up the slack?
LT1 10:30-11:45 Crop pollination
Organiser and Chair: Arnon Dag
10:30 O Boecking, U Kubersky Pollination of high bush blueberry: smaller honey bee colonies seem to provide a better service compared to larger colonies
10:45 BE Vaissiere, N Morison, G Carré Impact of pollen feeding on the pollinating activity of honey bee colonies in enclosures
11:00 A Dag Improving pollination level in Rosaceae fruit trees
11:15 Z Koltowski The pollinating insects effect on seed setting of Phaseolus coccineus L. cultivars
11:30 JP Holanda Neto, BM Freitas, RJ Paxton Inadequate cross-pollination and low yield in cashew (Anacardium occidentale ) in a managed orchard and its natural habitat
LT1 11:45-12:30 Pathogens and diseases, with viruses (1)
Organisers and Chair: Eva Forsgren; Elke Genersch
11:45 C Garrido Colony development, Varroa infestation and virus infections as indicators for vitality of bees
12:00 F Nazzi, D Annoscia, F Del Piccolo, F Della Vedova, N Milani Chemical basis of cell invasion by Varroa destructor
12:15 B Ziegelmann, J Steidle, A Lindenmayer, P Rosenkranz The distinct mating behaviour of male Varroa
North LT 10:30-12:30 Non-Apis bees
Organiser and Chair: Tomás Murray
10:30 SPM Roberts, SG Potts Bridging the gap. The amateur/professional interface
10:45 A Holzschuh Landscape composition and organic farming influence bee diversity in agricultural landscapes
11:00 A Soro, J Field, C Bridge, RJ Paxton Genetic differentiation across a social transition: the facultatively eusocial sweat bee, Halictus rubicundus
11:15 RJ Paxton, U Fitzpatrick, MJF Brown, TE Murray Revealing cryptic species diversity within the widespread bumble bee Bombus lucorum s.l. using mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase I DNA
sequences 11:30 J Gibbs, L Packer DNA Barcoding the Bees of the World: a case study from a nightmare taxon
11:45 M Molet, L Chittka, RJ Stelzer, NE Raine Colony nutritional status modulates worker responses to foraging recruitment pheromone in the bumblebee Bombus terrestris
12:00 FB Kraus, JC Galindo López Factors influencing the choice of drone congregation sites in the stingless bee Scaptotrigona mexicana
12:15 M Giovanetti, D Santoro Sexual harrassment by Andrena aglissima males of foraging females
LT1 13:30-14:30 Plenary Lecture: Dave Goulson Conservation of Bumblebees
LT1 14:30-16:00 Pathogens and diseases, with viruses (2)
Organisers and Chair: Eva Forsgren; Elke Genersch
14:30 E Genersch, M Nordhoff, A Fünfhaus, A Ashiralieva, LH Wieler News about Paenibacillus larvae
14:45 A Lindström Transmission of Paenibacillus larvae spores between and within honey bee colonies
15:00 A B Jensen, J Eilenberg Susceptibility of different honey bee subspecies to chalkbrood, Ascosphaera apis
15:15 J Kralj, S Fuchs Effects of nosemosis on homing abilities and learning
15:30 M Higes, C Botías, E Garrido, M J del Nozal, J L Bernal, A Meana, R Martín-Hernández Fumagillin can avoid colony collapse if Nosema ceranae is present
15:45 S Mustafa, P Rosenkranz, T Tollasch, H Steidle Sex and aggregation in the Small Hive Beetle Aethina tumida: olfactory and behavioural cues
North LT 14:30-16:00 Diversity & Conservation (1)
Organiser and Chair: Ben Darvill
14:30 P Rasmont, M Terzo, A Coppée, I Valterova The species specific cephalic secretions of the homoplasic and oligolectic bumblebees Bombus consobrinus and Bombus gerstaeckeri
14:45 G Lye, R Hale, B Darvill, D Goulson New Zealand as a Noah's Ark for British bumblebees
15:00 B Darvill, S O'Connor, G Lye, J Waters, D Goulson The influence of dispersal on bumblebee conservation
15:15 CS Sheffield, L Packer, PG Kevan, A Taylor Cleptoparasitic bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) for monitoring the status of bee communities, and the potential of DNA barcoding in ecological
studies 15:30 A Coppée , P Rasmont, I Valterova Sexual pheromones and DNA analyses as tools to recognise Bombus terrestris (L.) taxa
15:45 E Davis, TE Murray, U Fitzpatrick, MJF Brown, RJ Paxton Conservation ecology and genetics of a rare mining bee, Colletes floralis
LT1 16:30-18:00 Pathogens and diseases, with viruses (3)
Organisers and Chair: Eva Forsgren; Elke Genersch
16:30 A Felicioli, G Bedini, M Pinzauti Honeybee myasis causes unusually relevant loss of honeybee colonies in Italy
16:45 G Topolska Virus infections in queen brood from queen rearing apiaries
17:00 R van der Zee, O Bakker, M Higes, A Martin Hernandez Dutch trial on bee colony losses 2008-2009, first findings
17:15 D Kukielka Zunzunegui, JM Sánchez-Vizcaíno Adaptation of real time RT-PCR for the detection of Acute paralysis bee virus and Sacbrood virus
17:30 M Ribiere, P Blanchard, F Schurr, V Olivier, O Celle, I Massou, R Thiery, J-P Faucon Recent advances in Chronic bee paralysis virus study
17:45 E Forsgren, J R de Miranda, M Isaksson, S Wei, IFries Deformed wing virus associated with Tropilaelaps mercedesae infesting European honey bees (Apis mellifera )
North LT 16:30-17:00 Diversity & Conservation (2)
Organiser and Chair: Ben Darvill
16:30 MS Heard, C Carvell, JL Osborne, A Martin, AFG Bourke, W Jordan Enhancing bumblebees in farmland: interactions between agri-environment schemes and landscape context
16:45 RI Tunca, Z Gulduren, T Giray, M Kence, A Kence Morphometric variation in honey bees as revealed by geometric morphometrics and traditional multivariate morphometrics
North LT 17:00-18:00 Wild flower pollination
Organiser and Chair: Jane Stout
17:00 HM Whitney, L Chittka, BJ Glover Effects of a single plant gene controlling floral morphology on pollinator behaviour
17:15 KJ Duffy, JC Stout Effects of population size, density, and co-flowering species on pollination in Spiranthes (Orchidaceae)
17:30 P Fletcher, J Cussans , A Mauchline, SG Potts, JL Osborne Pollination of isolated wild plants in arable ecosystems
17:45 S Wolf, RFA Moritz Pollination potential of bumblebee (Bombus spp. ) drones
LT1 18:00 EurBee Members Meeting

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1 Květoslav Čermák Květoslav Čermák | E-mail | Web | 12. září 2008 v 21:51 | Reagovat

Je tam řada zajímavých názvů. Titěrův referát odhaduji že bude hlavně o možnosti bakteriologického vyšetřování měli - včasné odhalování moru plodu. To se dozvíme. U nás už je to zavedená metoda, ale pro zahraničí dost novinka. Třeba se zmínil i o varroapodložkách či zásuvkách...

2 Eman Eman | E-mail | 13. září 2008 v 6:49 | Reagovat

Ing. Titěru budeme mít v prosinci v ZO na přednášce. Mám na něj připraveno pár otázek. Jeho metoda vyšetření spadu na spory moru u nás měla 100% úspěch. Jakmile se našly spory, našla se i "klinika", dokonce i po pozitivním vyšetření jarního medu. Výsledek je série ohnisek moru jaká tu v pardubickém okresu nemá obdoby. Doufejme, že se série jednou přeruší.

3 Leoš Dvorský Leoš Dvorský | 13. září 2008 v 8:14 | Reagovat

Jenže mor nebude pod kontrolou jen kontrolováním vzorků, ale hlavně změnou metod ošetřování včelstev a také způsobem náhrad za utracená včelstva. Čeká nás ještě dlouhá cesta. Přesto tvrdím, že největší škody ve včelstvech působí N.a  a N.c., V.d. U moru zase veterináři. U všech průšvihů u včel za tím najdete vždy jen člověka.

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