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Asian Bees & Beekeeping: Progress of Research and Development Proceedings of the Fourth Asian Apicultural Association International Conference, Kathmandu, March 23-28, 1998

Proceedings
Edited By: M Matsuka, LR Verma, S Wongsiri, KK Shrestha and Uma Partap
274 pages, Figs, tabs
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Presents an overview of bees and beekeeping R&D in Asia and highlights the issues related to conservation and management of the Asian hive bee, Apis cerana.

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Proceedings
Edited By: M Matsuka, LR Verma, S Wongsiri, KK Shrestha and Uma Partap
274 pages, Figs, tabs
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