Diana Sammataro

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InstitutionUDSA ARS Tucson Bee Lab, retired
 
Postal address6563 N. Foothills Dr
Tucson
AZ
85718
United States of America
 
Office phone520 615 2596
Mobile phone520 975 4122
Fax520 615 2596
E-maildsammbeegirl@gmail.com
Alternative e-mailmellisam2003@yahoo.com
 
 
 
Research interestshoney plants
 mite control
 pesticides
 
PublicationsSammataro, D., L. de Guzman, S. George, R. Ochoa, G. Otis. 2013. Standard methods for tracheal mite research. JAR and COLOSS BEE BOOK.

Sammataro, D. 2011. Global status of bee mites. 2012. In: Honey Bee Colony Health: Challenges and Sustainable Solutions. Sammataro/Yoder, eds. CRC Press: Taylor and Francis Group.

Sammataro, D. and M. Weiss. 2012. Comparison of productivity between honey bee colonies supplemented with sucrose or high fructose corn syrup (HFCS). J. Insect Sci. 12: 151. http://www.insectscience.org/12.151

Yoder, J.A. , D. J. Heydinger, B. Z. Hedges, D. Sammataro, J. Finley, G. DeGrandi-Hoffman, T. J. Croxall and B.S. Christensen. 2012. Fungicides reduce symbiotic fungi in bee bread and the beneficial fungi in colonies. In Honey Bee Colony Health: Challenges and Sustainable Solutions. Sammataro/Yoder, eds. CRC Press: Taylor and Francis Group

Yoder, J.A., D. J. Heydinger, B. Z. Hedges, D. Sammataro and G. DeGrandi-Hoffman. 2012. Critical transition temperature (CTT) of chalkbrood fungi and its significance for disease incidence. In Honey Bee Colony Health: Challenges and Sustainable Solutions. Sammataro/Yoder eds. CRC Press: Taylor and Francis Group.