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In vitro evaluation of sugar syrups, antibiotics, and miticides on growth of honey bee pathogen,Ascosphaera apis: Emphasis for chalkbrood prevention is on keeping bees healthy



In vitro evaluation of sugar syrups, antibiotics, and miticides on growth of honey bee pathogen,Ascosphaera apis: Emphasis for chalkbrood prevention is on keeping bees healthy



Apidologie 45(5): 568-578




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DOI: 10.1007/s13592-014-0274-5


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