Data from: Varroa destructor changes cuticular hydrocarbons to mimic its new host.

Huang ZY, Le Conte Y, Christidès J, Zeng ZJ, Roux M, Bagnères A

Date Published: May 13, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1bf13

 

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Title GC-MS traces for two honey bee samples (1st page) and relative amount of each chemical per bee or mites sample. .
Description The first page are two TICS (total ion chromatograms or GC-MS chromatograms) of the 2 Apis bees. The first is a BCC, an Apis cerana that received a mite from A. cerana. The second is a BMM, an Apis mellifera that received a mite from A. mellifera. Pages after that are the relative proportions of each compound for each bee or mite sample.
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Le Conte Y, Huang ZY, Roux M, Zeng ZJ, Christidès J, Bagnères A (2015) Varroa destructor changes cuticular hydrocarbons to mimic its new host. Biology Letters 11(6): 20150233. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2015.0233

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Huang ZY, Le Conte Y, Christidès J, Zeng ZJ, Roux M, Bagnères A (2015) Data from: Varroa destructor changes cuticular hydrocarbons to mimic its new host. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1bf13
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