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2. Gary, N.E. 1958. Producing royal jelly. Glean. Bee Cult. 86(7):408-409.

3. Gary, N.E., R.S. Berger & R.G Young. 1959. Biology and dehydrogenase activities of the fat body of late instar American cockroaches, Periplaneta americana L. Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 52(5):570-573.

4. Gary, N.E. 1959. The case of Utter vs. Utter. Glean. Bee Cult. 87(6):336-337.

5. Gary, N.E. 1960. A trap to quantitatively recover dead and abnormal honey bees from the hive. J. Econ. Entomol. 53(5):782-785.

6. Gary, N.E. 1961. Research review. Glean. Bee Cult. 88(8):477.

7. Gary, N.E. 1961. Research review. Glean. Bee Cult. 88(8):541.

8. Gary, N.E. & R.A. Morse. 1960. A technique for the removal of mandibular glands from living queen honeybees. Bee Wld. 41(9):229-230.

9. Gary, N.E. 1961. Antagonistic reactions of worker honeybees to the mandibular gland contents of the queen (Apis mellifera) Bee Wld. 42(1):14-17.

10. Gary, N.E. 1961. Mass production of honey bee larvae. Glean. Bee Cult. 88(9):550-552, 569.

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12. Gary, N.E. 1961. Research review. Glean. Bee Cult. 88(11):669, 695.

13. Gary, N.E. & R.A. Morse. 1961. Communication among social bees- a review. Glean. Bee Cult. 88(11):680-681.

14. Gary, N.E. 1961. Queen honey bee attractiveness as related to mandibular gland secretion. Science 133(3463):1479-1480.

15. Gary, N.E., R.W. Ficken & R.C. Stein. 1961. Honey bee larvae (Apis mellifera L.) for bird food. Avicult. Mag. 67(1):27-32.

16. Gary, N.E. 1961. Mandibular gland extirpation in living queen and worker honey bees. Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 54(4):529-531.

17. Morse, R.A. & N.E. Gary. 1961. Colony response to worker bees confined with queens (Apis mellifera L.). Bee Wld. 42(8):197-199.

18. Morse, R.A. & N.E. Gary. 1961. Insect invaders of the honeybee colony. Bee Wld. 42(7):179-181.

19. Ghent, R.L. & N.E. Gary. 1962. A chemical alarm releaser in honey bee stings (Apis mellifera L.). Psyche 69(1):1-6.

20. Gary, N.E. 1962. Chemical mating attractants in the queen honey bee. Science 136(3518):773-774.

21. Gary, N.E. & R.A. Morse. 1962. The events following queen cell construction of honeybee colonies. J. Apic. Res. 1(1):3-5.

22. Morse, R.A., N.E. Gary & T.S.K. Johansson. 1962. Mating of virgin queen honey bees (Apis mellifera L.) following mandibular gland extirpation. Nature 194(4828):605.

23. Gary, N.E. & R.A. Morse. 1962. Queen cell construction in honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) colonies headed by queens without mandibular glands. Proc. R. Ent. Soc. Lond. (A) 37(7-9):77-78.

24. Morse, R.A. & N.E. Gary. 1963. Further studies of the responses of honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) colonies to queens with extirpated mandibular glands. Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 56(3):372-374.

25. Gary, N.E. 1963. Observations of mating behavior in the honeybee. J. Apic. Res. 2(1):3-13.

26. Bermant, G. & N.E. Gary. 1966. Discrimination training and reversal in groups of honey bees. Psychon. Sci. 5(5):179-180.

27. Gary, N.E. 1966. Maintenance of isolated queen bees under laboratory conditions- a preliminary research report. Am. Bee J. 106(11):412-414.

28. Gary, N.E. 1966. Robbing behavior in the honey bee. Am. Bee J. 106(12):446-448.

29. Gary, N.E. 1967. A method of evaluating honey bee flight activity at the hive entrance. J. Econ. Entomol. 60(1):102-105.

30. Gary, N.E. 1967. Flight of honey bee colonies, as affected by Bidrin applied on ladino clover. J. Econ. Entomol. 60(3):677-680.

31. Gary, N.E. 1967. Flight activity of honey bee colonies after confinement under high-temperature conditions. J. Econ. Entomol. 60(3):681-682.

32. Gary, N.E. 1967. Diurnal variations in the intensity of flight activity from honey bee colonies. J. Apic. Res. 6(2):65-68.

33. Gary, N.E., H.H. Hagedorn & J. Marston. 1967. The behavior of mated queen bees when "colonized" in multiple queen groups without worker bees. Apiacta 2(4):9-12.

34. Gary, N.E. 1968. A glass-walled observation hive. Am. Bee J. 103(3):92-94 and 103(4):143-144, 146.

35. Gary, N.E. & W. Stanger. 1968. An observation bee hive. U.C. Agric. Ext. Serv. Bull. OSA 208.

36. Gary, N.E. 1970. Pheromones of the honey bee, Apis mellifera. In: Control of Insect Behavior by Natural Products, Academic Press, New York, pp. 29-53.

37. Gary, N.E. 1971. Observations on flight-experienced queen honeybees following extra-apiary release. J. Apic. Res. 10(1):3-9.

38. Gary, N.E. & P.C. Witherell. 1971. A method for training honey bees to forage at feeding stations. Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 64(2):448-449.

39. Gary, N.E. & J. Marston. 1971. Mating behavior of drone honey bees with queen models (Apis mellifera L.). Anim. Behav. 19(2):299-304.

40. Gary, N.E. 1971. A new tagging and recapture method for evaluating honey bee pollination activity. Calif. Agric. 25(6):4-6.

41. Gary, N.E. 1971. Magnetic retrieval of ferrous labels in a capture-recapture system for honey bees and other insects. J. Econ. Entomol. 64(4):961-965.

42. Gary, N.E. 1971. Possible approaches to controlling the African bee. Am. Bee J. 111(11):426-429.

43. Gary, N.E. 1971. Communication by chemical signals. Science 174:1013-1014.

44. Stanger, W., L. Foote, H.H. Laidlaw, R.W. Thorp, N.E. Gary & L.H. Watkins. 1971. Fundamentals of California beekeeping. U.C. Div. Agric. Sci. Man. 42.

45. Gary, N.E., P.C. Witherell & J. Marston. 1972. Foraging range and distribution of honey bees used for carrot and onion pollination. Environ. Entomol. 1(1):71-78.

46. Gary, N.E. 1972. Tracking down the busy bee. Almond Facts 37(1):4-7.

47. Gary, N.E., R.F.L. Mau & W.C. Mitchell. 1972. A preliminary study of honey bee foraging range in macadamia (Macadamia integrifolia Maiden & Betche). Proc. Hawaii Entomol. Soc. 21(2):205-212.

48. Gary, N.E. & W.C. Mitchell. 1972. The foraging range of honey bees used for macadamia pollination. Proc. 12th Annual Mtg. Hawaii Macadamia Prod. Assoc., pp. 45-57.

49. Gary, N.E. 1973. The potential threat of the "Brazilian" bee to U.S. beekeeping. Apiacta 8(3):113-114.

50. Gary, N.E., P.C. Witherell & J.M. Marston. 1973. Distribution of foraging bees used to pollinate alfalfa. Environ. Entomol. 2(4):573-578.

51. Gary, N.E. 1974. Pheromones that effect the behavior and physiology of honey bees. In: Pheromones. Am. Elsevier Publ. Co., Inc., New York, pp. 200-221.

52. Nazer, I.K., T.E. Archer, N.E. Gary & J. Marston. 1974. Honey bee pesticide mortality: Intoxication versus acetylcholinesterase concentration. J. Apic. Res. 19(1):55-60.

53. Gary, N.E., P.C. Witherell & J.M. Marston. 1975. The distribution of foraging honey bees from colonies used for honeydew melon pollination. Environ. Entomol. 4(2):277-281.

54. Gary, N.E. 1975. Activities and behavior of honey bees. In: The Hive and The Honey Bee, Dadant & Sons, Hamilton, Ill., pp. 185-264.

55. Gary, N.E. & K. Lorenzen. 1976. How to construct and maintain an observation bee hive. U.C. Coop. Ext. Leafl. 2853.

56. Gary, N.E. & J.M. Marston. 1976. A vacuum apparatus for collecting honey bees and other insects in trees. Ann. Ent. Soc. Am. 69(2):287-289.

57. Gary, N.E. & H.H. Laidlaw. 1976. Ward Stanger, extension apiculturist, retires. Am. Bee J. 116(1):12-20.

58. Gary, N.E., P.C. Witherell & J.M. Marston. 1976. The inter- and intra-orchard distribution of honeybees during almond pollination. J. Apic. Res. 15(1):43-50.

59. Gary, N.E. & K. Lorenzen. A method for collecting the honey-sac contents from honeybees. J. Apic. Res. 15(2):73-79.

60. Gary, N.E., P.C. Witherell, K. Lorenzen & J.M. Marston. 1977. Area fidelity and intra-field distribution of honey bees during the pollination of onions. Environ. Entomol. 6(2):303-310.

61. Gary, N.E., P.C. Witherell, K. Lorenzen & J.M. Marston. 1977. The interfield distribution of honey bees foraging on carrots, onions, and safflower. Environ. Entomol. 6(5):637-640.

62. Gary, N.E. & P.C. Witherell. 1977. Distribution of foraging bees of three honey bee stocks located near onion and safflower fields. Environ. Entomol. 6(6):785-788.

63. Mussen, E. & N. Gary. 1978. Western Apicultural Society is growing. Am. Bee J. 118(2):84-85.

64. Lorenzen, K. & N. Gary. 1978. Two new educational honey bee films are available. Am. Bee J. 118(3):160-161.

65. Gary, N.E., P.C. Witherell & K. Lorenzen. 1978. A comparison of the foraging activities of common Italian and "Hy-Queen" honey bees. Environ. Entomol. 7(2):228-232.

66. Gary, N.E., P.C. Witherell & K. Lorenzen. 1978. The distribution and foraging activities of common Italian and "Hy-Queen" honey bees during alfalfa pollination. Environ. Entomol. 7(2):233-240.

67. Gary, N.E. 1978. Beekeeping as a hobby or economic sideline. In: Living on a Few Acres, U.S. Dep. Agric. Yb., pp. 244-255.

68. Gary, N.E., P.C. Witherell & J.M. Marston. 1978. Distribution and foraging activities of honeybees during almond pollination. J. Apic. Res. 17(2):188-194.

69. Gary, N.E., P.C. Witherell & K. Lorenzen. 1979. Distribution of honeybees during water collection. J. Apic. Res. 18(1):26-29.

70. Gary, N.E. 1979. Factors that affect the distribution of foraging honey bees. Proc. IVth Intl. Symp. on Pollination, MD. Agric. Exp. Sta. Spec. Misc. Publ. 1:353-358.

71. Ebadi, R., N.E. Gary & K. Lorenzen. 1980. Effects of carbon dioxide and low temperature narcosis on honey bees (Apis mellifera L.). Environ. Entomol. 9(1):144-147.

72. Gary, N.E., P.C. Witherell & K. Lorenzen. 1980. Distribution of foraging honey bees to multiple, small floral plots of various species. Environ. Entomol. 9(1):43-46.

73. Ebadi, R. & N.E. Gary. 1980. Factors affecting the survival, migration of spermatozoa and onset of oviposition in instrumentally inseminated queen honeybees. J. Apic. Res. 19(2):96-104.

74. Ebadi, R. & N.E. Gary. 1980. Acceptance by honeybee colonies of larvae in artificial queen cells. J. Apic. Res. 19(2):127-132.

75. Gary, N.E. & B.B. Westerdahl. 1981. Flight, orientation, and homing abilities of honeybees following exposure to 2.45-GHz CW microwaves. Bioelectromag. 2:71-75.

76. Westerdahl, B.B. & N.E. Gary. 1981. Chronic exposure of a honey bee colony to 2.45 GHz continuous wave microwaves. Space Slr. Pwr. Rev. 2:283-295.

77. Westerdahl, B.B. & N.E. Gary. 1981. Survival, development, and teratology of honey bee brood (Apis mellifera L.) following exposure to 2.45 GHz continuous wave radiation. Space Slr. Pwr. Rev. 2:297-303.

78. Gary, N.E. & K. Lorenzen. 1981. Bee vacuum device and method of handling bees. U.S. Patent 4,288,880, Sept. 15.

79. Gary, N.E., P.C. Witherell & K. Lorenzen. 1981. Effect of age on honey bee foraging distance and pollen collection. Environ. Entomol. 10(6):950-952.

80. Westerdahl, B.B. & N.E. Gary. 1981. Longevity and food consumption of microwave-treated (2.45 GHz C W) honeybees in the laboratory. Bioelectromag. 2:305-314.

81. Gary, N.E. & B.B. Westerdahl. 1981. Longevity of microwave-treated (2.45 GHz Continuous Wave) honey bees in observation hives. Environ. Entomol. 10(6):991-994.

82. Gary, N.E. & B.B. Westerdahl. 1982. Food foraging of honey bees in a microwave field (2.45 GHz C W). Environ. Entomol. 11(1):95-99.

83. Nelson, D. & N.E. Gary. 1983. Honey productivity of honeybee colonies in relation to body weight, attractiveness and fecundity of the queen. J. Apic. Res. 22(4):209-213.

84. Schneider, S.S. & N.E. Gary. 1984. 'Quacking': A sound produced by worker honeybees after exposure to carbon dioxide. J. Apic. Res. 23(1):25-30.

85. Gary, N.E. 1984. The environmental impact of underpriced honey imported into the U.S. Amer. Bee J. 124(2):120-123.

86. Harizanis, P.C. & N.E. Gary. 1984. The quality of insemination of queen honey bees mated under commercial conditions. Am. Bee J. 124(5):385-387.

87. Gary, N.E. & E.C. Mussen. 1984. Impact of Mediterranean fruit fly malathion bait spray on honey bees. Environ. Entomol. 13(3):711-717.

88. Gary, N.E. & K. Lorenzen. 1984. Improved trap to recover dead and abnormal honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) from hives. Environ. Entomol. 13(3):718-723.

89. Waller, G.D., N.E. Gary, S.T. Chester, Jr., M.S. Karim, J.H. Martin & B.E Vassiere. 1985. Honeybee colony populations and foraging rates on onion seed-fields in Arizona. J. Apic. Res. 24(2):93-101.

90. Gary, N.E., H.V. Daly, S. Locke & M. Race. 1985. The Africanized honey bee: ahead of schedule. Calif. Agric. 39(11/12):4-7.

91. Schneider, S.S., J.A. Stamps & N.E. Gary. 1986. The vibration dance of the honey bee. I. Communication regulating foraging on two time scales. Anim. Behav. 34(2):377-385.

92. Schneider, S.S., J.A. Stamps & N.E. Gary. 1986. The vibration dance of the honey bee. II. The effects of foraging success on daily patterns of vibration activity. Anim. Behav. 34(2):386-391.

93. Lorenzen, K. & N.E. Gary. 1986. Modified dissection technique for diagnosis of tracheal mites (Acari: Tarsonemidae) in honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae). J. Econ. Entomol. 79(5):1401-1403.

94. Danka, R.G. & N.E. Gary. 1987. Estimating foraging populations of honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) from individual colonies. J. Econ. Entomol. 80(2):544-547.

95. Gary, N.E. & K. Lorenzen. 1987. Vacuum device for collecting and dispensing honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) and other insects into small cages. Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 80(5):664-667.

96. Gary, N.E. & R.E. Page, Jr. 1987. Phenotypic variation in susceptibility of honey bees, Apis mellifera, to infestation by tracheal mites, Acari woodi. Exp. App. Acarol. 3:291-305.

97. Gary, N.E. 1987. "Killers" on the loose. In: Science Year, World Book, Inc., Chicago, p. 214.

98. Gary, N.E. 1987. Bees - A nutritious food for captive reptiles and amphibians. In: Captive Propagation and Husbandry of Reptiles and Amphibians. Proceedings of the Northern California Herpetological Society. Special Publication #4, pp. 132-136.

99. Gary, N.E. and K. Lorenzen. 1988. Substage illumination device for restraining flight of honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) and positively phototactic insects. Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 81(4):700-703.

100. Harizanis, P.C., N.E. Gary & J.L. Hedrick. 1988. Analysis and content of ATP in spermatozoa of honeybees. J. Apic. Res. 26(3):150-155.

101. Gary, N.E. 1988. An observation beehive. In: Beekeeping in California. Cooperative Extension Publication 21422. pp. 57-61.

102. Gary, N.E. and R. E. Page, Jr. 1989. Tracheal mite (Acari: Tarsonemidae) infestation effects on foraging and survivorship of honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae). J. Econ. Entomol. 82(3):734-739.

103. Page, R.E., Jr. and N.E. Gary. 1989. Genotypic variation in susceptibility of honey bees, Apis mellifera, to infestation by tracheal mites, Acarapis woodi. Exp. & Appl. Acarol. 8:275-283.

104. Gary, N.E. and K. Lorenzen. 1989. Effect of methamidophos on honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) during alfalfa pollination. J. Econ. Entomol. 82(4):1067-1072.

105. Gary, N.E., R.E. Page, Jr., and K. Lorenzen. 1989. Effect of age of worker honey bees Apis mellifera L. on tracheal mite Acarapis woodi Rennie infestation. Exp. & Appl. Acarol. 7:153-160.

106. Gary, N.E. 1989. Beekeeping in the urban environment. Proceedings, Western Apicultural Society. pp. 37-42.

107. Gary, N.E. and K. Lorenzen. 1990. Vacuum devices for capturing and partitioning commingled subpopulations of honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 83(6):1152-4.

108. Gary, N. E., R. E. Page, Jr., R. A. Morse, C. E. Henderson, M. E. Nasr, and K. Lorenzen. 1990. Comparative resistance of honey bees (Apis mellifera L.) from Great Britain and United States to Infestation by Tracheal mites (Acarapis woodi). Amer. Bee J. 130:667-669.

109. Gary, N. E. 1991. Varroa mites, tracheal mites, and Africanized bees...the challenges ahead. Amer. Bee J. 131:(1):34-39.

110. Gary, N.E. 1992. Activities and behavior of honey bees. In: The Hive and The Honey Bee, Dadant & Sons, Hamilton, Ill., pp. 269-372.

111. Guzman-Novoa, E. and N. E. Gary. 1993. Genotypic Variability of Components of Foraging Behavior in Honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae). J. Econ. Entomol. 86:(3):715-721.

112. Guzman-Novoa, E., R. E. Page, Jr., and N. E. Gary. 1994. Behavioral and life history components of division of labor in honey bees (Apis mellifera L.). Behav. Ecol. and Sociobiol. 34:(6):117-409.

113. Ebadi, R., N. E. Gary, and K. Lorenzen. Mixtures of carbon dioxide, oxygen and nitrogen for narcotizing honey bees (Apis mellifera L.) (Hymenoptera: Apidae). In preparation.

114. Gary, Norman E.  2010.  Honey Bee Hobbyist. Bowtie Press, Irvine, CA  92618.  176 Pages.