Grzegorz Borsuk

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InstitutionDepartment of Biological Basis of Animal Production
Faculty of Biology and Animal Breeding
University of Life Sciences
Postal addressAkademicka 13
Office phone814456642
Job /  professional statusResearcher,Professor/Lecturer
Preferred COLOSS theme(s)   Pests & Pathogens,Diversity & Conservation
COLOSS Project(s)   Monitoring,Beekeeping
COLOSS Taskforce(s)   Varroa control
Research interestsVarroa destructor
 Nosema spp.
 beequeen insemination
 bee breeding
PublicationsBorsuk G., Strachecka A., Olszewski K., Paleolog J., Lipiński Z. Proteolysis on the body surface of pyrethroid-sensitive and resistant Varroa destructo,r Acta Parasitologica, 2013, 58 (1): 64-69.
Borsuk G., Olszewski K., Paleolog J., Strachecka A., Gryzińska M. The effect of different varroacides on the acidity of winter stores and honey stores. Annales UMCS, 12, 30 (1): 11-16.
Ptaszyńska A.A., Borsuk G., Anusiewicz M., Mułenko W. Location of Nosema spp. spores within body of honey bee. Veterinary Medicine – Science and Practice 2012, 68 (10): 618-621.
Ptaszyńska A.A., Borsuk G., Mułenko W., Olszewski K. Monitoring of nosemosis in the Lublin region and preliminary morphometric studies of Nosema spp. spores Veterinary Medicine – Science and Practice, 2012, 68 (10): 622-625.
Strachecka A. Paleolog J., Olszewski K., Borsuk G. Influence of amitraz and oxalic acid on the cuticle proteolytic system of Apis mellifera L. workers. Insects, 2012, 3 (3): 821-832.
Borsuk G., Olszewski K., Strachecka A., Paleolog J. Kasperek K. Genetic and morphometric variation of the Varroa destructor developing in standard and small comb cells. Veterinary Medicine – Science and Practice. 2012, 68 (10): 599-602.
Strachecka A. Paleolog J., Borsuk G., Olszewski K. Influence of formic acid on the body surface proteolytic system in different developmental stages of Apis mellifera L. workers. Journal of Apicultural Research. 2012, 51(3): 252-262.
Borsuk G. Morphometric, genetic, epigenetic, and biochemical variability
in tau-fluvalinate resistant and sensitive Varroa destructor. Habilitation’s thesis University of Life Sciences, book 368.