3ème Colloque Européen IUSSI, Saint Petersburg, 22 - 27 août 2005

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Invités du colloque :
Mark J. F. Brown (Trinity College, Dublin). The evolutionary ecology of social insects and their parasites
Dave Goulson (University of Southampton, UK). Decline and conservation of bumblebees (Bombus spp.)
Laurent Keller (University of Lausanne)
Yaacov Lensky (Hebrew University of Jerusalem). What triggers European honeybee (Apis mellifera L.) colonies to swarm?
Yves Roisin (UniversitJ Libre de Bruxelles).
Michael P. Schwarz & Simon M. Tierney (The Flinders University of South Australia). Long term evolutionary trends in allodapine bees revealed by molecular phylogenetics: sociality, sex allocation and biogeography
Jozef Simuth (Institute of Chemistry, Bratislava, Slovakia). Functional genomics of royal jelly proteins and antimicrobial peptides of honeybee Apis mellifera L.
Mandyam Srinivasan, S.W. Zhang and J. Reinhard (Australian National University). Vision, Navigation and 'Cognition' in Honeybees
Sumio Tojo (Saga University, Japan). Physiological and behavioural adaptation of a subsocial shield-bug, Parastrachia japonensis, to survive on the drupes of its sole host plant available only two weeks a year.
Adrian M. Wenner (University of California, USA). Odor and honey bee exploitation of food crops
Mary Jane West-Eberhard (Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Costa Rica)

Comité scientifique :

Comité d’organisation :
Prof. Anatoliy Anisimov, Department of Biological Control, St. Petersburg State Agrarian University
Prof. Gennady Dlussky, Department of Biological Evolution, Moscow State University
Dr. Alexander Komissar, Department of Apiculture, National Agricultural University
Prof. Nikolay Krivtsov, The Institute of Beekeeping.
Prof. Yaacov Lensky, Bee Research Laboratory, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Dr. Aleksei Nikolenko, Biological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences
Dr. Elena Lopatina (Congress Secretary), Department of Entomology, St. Petersburg State University
Dmitriy Dubovikov (Technical Secretary), Department of Entomology, St. Petersburg State University