General. The Past and Present Importance of Bee Products in Man, E. Crane. Bee Products: Chemical Composition and Application, J. Schmidt. `Imported' Products-Honey. Honey as an Antimicrobial Agent, P.C. Molan. `Imported' Products-Pollen and Propolis. Bee-Pollen: Composition, Properties and Applications, M.G. Compas, et al. Clinical evaluation of a New Hypoallergic Formula of Propolis in Dressings, W.M. Pierro, J.G. Lopez. Exocrine Secretions and Royal Jelly. The Exocrine Glands of the Honey Bees: Their Structure and Secretary Products, P. Cassier, Y. Lensky. Alram Pheromones of the Queen and Worker Honey Bees (Apis Mellifera L.), Y. Lensky, P. Cassier. Exocrine Secretions-Bee Venom and Apitherapy. The Role of Hymenopterous Venoms in Nature, E. Zlotkin. Effect of Apamin and Mellitin on Ion Channels and Intracellular Calcium of Heart Cells, G. Bkaily, et al. Bee Products-Toxicity and Contamination. The Monitoring of Possible Biological and Chemical Contaminants in Bee Products, B. Yakobson. Heavy Metals in Propolis-Practical and Simple Procedure to Reduce the Lead Level in the Brazilian Propolis, N.M.F. Alcici. Quality Control of Bee Products. Judging the Quality of Honey By Sensory Analysis, M. Gonnet. 21 Additional Articles. Index.