Ram Sihag

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Institution CCS Haryana Agricultural University
 
Postal addressDepartment of Zoology
 College of Basic Sciences & Humanities
Hisar
Haryana
125004
India
 
Office phone+91 1662 289230
Mobile phone+91 94160 91013
E-mailsihagrc@rediffmail.com
Alternative e-mailrcsihag@rediffmail.com
 
Job /  professional statusProfessor/Lecturer,Researcher
 
Preferred COLOSS theme(s)   Diversity & Conservation,Environment
COLOSS Project(s)   Beekeeping,BEEBOOK
 
Research interestsPollination Ecology
 Beekeeping
 Bee conservation
 
Publications1. Sihag, R.C. 2008. A new model on honeybee repellency for their safety against pesticides. Korean J. Apic., 23(3): 167-170 (S. Korea).

2. Chaudhary,N. , Sihag, R.C. & Pandey, M.C. 2009. Relative abundance, diversity and dominance concentration of two honeybee species on three concurrently flowering crops onion (Allium cepa L.), carrot (Daucus carota L.) and fennel (Foeniculum vulgare L.). Pestology, XXXIII (7): 9-13(India).

3. Mishra, S. & Sihag, R.C. 2009 a. Efficacy of some chemicals as repellents against two honey bee species, Apis mellifera L. and Apis florea F. in semi-field trials. J. Apic. Sci. 53 (1) : 53-66 (Poland).

4. Mishra, S. & Sihag, R.C. 2009 b. Efficacy of some chemicals as repellents against two honey bee species, Apis mellifera L. and Apis florea F. in field trials. J. Apic. Sci. 53 (2) : 21-29 (Poland).

5. Mishra, S. & Sihag, R.C. 2010. Efficacy of some chemicals and additives as bee repellents against two honey bee species, Apis mellifera L. and Apis florea F. in semi-field trials. J. Apic. Sci.54(1) : 5-18 (Poland).

6. Chaudhary, N., Sihag, R.C. , Saharawat, Y.S. & Pandey, M.C. 2010. Energetic reward-A determining factor for inter-varietal preference of honeybees foraging on fennel (Foeniculum vulgare L.). Progressive Horticulture, 42(2): 213-216.

7. Monika Tomar, R. C. Sihag, Ritu Sangwan and Anurag Sangwan. 2010. Floral biology of tulsi (Ocimum sanctum Linn) . Annals of Agri-Bio research, 15(2): 101-104.

8. Sihag, R.C. & Wadhwa, N. 2011 Floral and reproductive biology of Sarpagandha Rauvolfia serpentina (Gentianales: Apocynaceae) in semi-arid environment of India. J. Threatened Taxa, 3(1): 1432-1436.

9. Sihag, R.C., & Gupta, M. 2011. Development of an artificial pollen substitute/supplement diet to help tide the colonies of honeybee ( Apis mellifera L.) over the dearth season. J. Apic. Sci., 55(2) : 15-29.

10. Sihag, R.C. 2012. Bee diversity for floral diversity. J. Nat. Sci. Sustain. Technol., 6(4): 271-276.

11. Sihag R.C. and Gupta, M. 2013a. Testing the effects of some pollen substitute diets on colony build up and economics of beekeeping with Apis mellifera L. Journal of Entomology, 10: 120-135.


12. Sihag R.C. and M. Gupta, 2013b. Testing the effects of some pollen substitute diets-An addendum to Sihag and Gupta (2013). Journal of Entomology, 10(in press).