Coby van Dooremalen

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InstitutionBees@wur, Plant Research International, Wageningen UR
 
Postal addressDroevendaalsesteeg 1
Wageningen
6706 PB
Netherlands
 
Office phone+31317482578
E-mailcoby.vandooremalen@wur.nl
Webhttp://www.wageningenur.nl/en/Expertise-Services/Research-Institutes/plant-research-international/About/Organisation/Biointeractions-Plant-Health/Bees-1.htm
 
Job /  professional statusResearcher
 
Preferred COLOSS theme(s)   Pests & Pathogens
COLOSS Project(s)   BEEBOOK
COLOSS Taskforce(s)   Varroa control,Apitox
 
Research interestsMultifactorial causes of colony losses
 Field experiments on colony level
 Varroa control
 Varroa resistance
 
PublicationsVan Dooremalen, C., L. Gerritsen, B. Cornelissen, J.J.M. van der Steen, F. van Langevelde, T. Blacquière (2012) Winter survival of individual honey bees and honey bee colonies depends on level of Varroa destructor infestation. PLoS ONE 7, e36285.

Van Dooremalen, C., E. Stam, L. Gerritsen, B. Cornelissen, J. van der Steen, F. van Langevelde, T. Blacquière (2013) Interactive effect of reduced pollen availability and Varroa destructor infestation limits growth and protein content of young honey bees. Journal of Insect Physiology 59, 487–493.

Pirk, C.W.W., J.R. de Miranda, M. Kramer, T. Murray, R.J. Paxton, F. Nazzi, D. Shutler, J.J.M. van der Steen, C. van Dooremalen (2013) Statistical guidelines for Apis mellifera research. In The COLOSS BEEBOOK, Volume I: standard methods for Apis mellifera research, V. Dietemann, J.D. Ellis, P. Neumann (Editors). COLOSS Bern, Switzerland. ISBN100860982742

Cornelissen, B., J. Donders, P. van Stratum, T. Blacquière, C. van Dooremalen (2012) Queen survival and oxalic acid residues in sugar stores after summer application against Varroa destructor in honey bees (Apis mellifera). Journal of Apicultural Research 51(3), 271-276.

Van der Steen, J.J.M., B. Cornelissen, J. Donders, T. Blacquière, C. van Dooremalen (2012) How honey bees of successive age classes are distributed over a one storey, ten frames hive. Journal of Apicultural Research 51, 174-178.