Apis may refer to:

  • Advance Passenger Information System, a border control mechanism used by the United States, Korea, and other countries.
  • Albastar Apis, motorglider
  • Apis (god), an Egyptian god
  • Apis (city), an Egyptian city
    • Yamu, another Egyptian city, formerly called Apis
  • Apis (genus), the genus of honeybees
  • Apis (Greek mythology), a prophet in Greek mythology
  • Apis (constellation), an obsolete constellation
  • Dragutin Dimitrijević aka Apis - Head of Serbian Military Intelligence
  • Aircraft Positioning and Information System, an aircraft docking guidance system.
  • Wezel Apis 2, motorglider

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Daylife APIs
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Apis Cerana Indica
... Apis cerana indica is a subspecies of honey bee ... indica is one of the important pollinating agents for coconut palms the other species are Apis florea, Apis dorsata and Apis mellifera (the European bee) ... Apis cerana (Indian honeybees) Apis cerana is a subspecies of honeybees, there are two subspecies of A.Cerana which are Apis cerana cerana and Apis cerana indica, these species are similar to ...
SOAPjr - Introduction
... SOAPjr is designed to create clean, fast, AJAX-style APIs and is analogous to the introduction of out of band signalling in the telephony world ... However, its core envelope/head/body design pattern is useful for AJAX style APIs ... combines the best of these two concepts and is designed to create modern AJAX APIs that can easily be used by mobile devices, embedded systems or desktop browsers ...
Changing Breed - Source Material - Apis
... Apis Glyph Alliances none (extinct) Sourcebooks none The last known Apis was the Minotaur of Knossos ... They were so called after the Apis of Egyptian mythology ... The Apis' totem was the aurochs, or the wild ox, which were similar to today's cattle only as wolves are similar to dogs ...