Pesticide Studies Bibliography




Here is my pesticide studies bibliography. Here, are copies of the studies referred to elsewhere on the site. You may be able to acquire further studies by researching yourself on the internet.

If you would like to read a summary of some of these studies, please click here.


List of Pesticide Studies:


Bonmatin et al 2005
J. M. Bonmatin · I. Moineau · R. Charvet · M. E. Colin · C. Fleche · E. R. Bengsch: "Behaviour of Imidacloprid in Fields.Toxicity for Honey Bees".


Colin et al 2004
M. E. Colin,1 J. M. Bonmatin,2 I. Moineau,2 C. Gaimon,3 S. Brun,3 J. P. Vermandere 3: "A Method to Quantify and Analyze the Foraging Activity of Honey Bees: Relevance to the Sublethal Effects Induced by Systemic Insecticides"


Girolami et al 2009
V. GIROLAMI,1,2 L. MAZZON,1 A. SQUARTINI,3 N. MORI,1 M. MARZARO,1 A. DI BERNARDO,1 M. GREATTI,4 C. GIORIO,5 AND A. TAPPARO5: "Translocation of Neonicotinoid Insecticides From Coated Seeds toSeedling Guttation Drops: A Novel Way of Intoxication for Bees"


Riebe Presentation 2009
Hedwig Riebe, DBIB: Exposition Paths of Neonicotinoids 2009(This is a powerpoint presentation. Hedwig Riebe is from the Deutscher Berufs und Erwerbs Imker Bund e. V. in 2009 (German Beekeepers Association).


Greatti et al 2003
Moreno GREATTI1, Anna Gloria SABATINI2, Renzo BARBATTINI3, Simona ROSSI2, Antonella STRAVISI3: "Risk of environmental contamination by the active ingredient imidacloprid used for corn seed dressing. Preliminary results".


Maini et al 2010
Stefano MAINI 1, Piotr MEDRZYCKI 2, Claudio PORRINI 1: "The puzzle of honey bee losses: a brief review".


Tennekes 2010
Henk A.Tennekes 2010: "The significance of the Druckrey–Küpfmüller equation for risk assessment — The toxicity of neonicotinoid insecticides to arthropods is reinforced by exposure time".


More pesticide studies are summarised in a report by Buglife, and some can be searched for on the internet by googling the references. The document can be a little slow to download, but you may access it here.











What are neonicotinoids and how do they work?
A useful supplementary read to these pesticide studies is this easy-read explanation about what neonicotinoids are, how they work, and the names of a number of neonicotinoid pesticide chemicals that can be found in household and agricultural pesticides and even in some garden fence treatments and composts.


Honey Bee Deaths Explored
Why are honey bees important? What has been happening to our honey bees? Learn more here - this section is specific to honey bees.


Missing Bees
This is a broad introductory page about the areas we need to address to help our bees (including bumblebees, solitary bees and honey bees). By looking at the way we manage our landscapes, and by taking constructive action in our gardens, we can be a great help to bees and other pollinators, as well as insects generally.


Bee pollination
How important is bee pollination? Very!! Discover more here!


Save the bees!
Here are 10 simple things you can do that will help bees and other pollinators. Please pass on the information.


Bee garden basics
What you do in your gardens matters! Take a look at these straightforward Bee Garden Basics, which includes links to plant lists.


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