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    Comparative Sucrose Responsiveness in Apis mellifera and A. cerana Foragers In the European honey bee, Apis mellifera, pollen foragers have a higher sucrose responsiveness than nectar foragers when tested using a proboscis extension response (PER) assay. In addition, Africanized honey bees have...
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    http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/creatures/MISC/BEES/euro_honey_bee.htm common name: European honey bee scientific name: Apis mellifera Linnaeus, and subspecies (Insecta: Hymenoptera: Apidae) Introduction - Distribution - Description - Biology - Life Cycle - Economic Impact - Management - Selected...
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    Warning - really scientific stuff, no dumbing this down Structural and Functional Characterization of a Multifunctional Alanine-Rich Peptide Analogue from Pleuronectes americanus For melittin, a promiscuous peptide from Apis mellifera [76], it was demonstrated that mutations of arginine and...
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    Insect Innate Immunity Database (IIID): An Annotation Tool for Identifying Immune Genes in Insect Genomes We developed an online tool called the Insect Innate Immunity Database (IIID) to provide an open access resource for insect immunity and comparative biology research...
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    Epigenetic Modification of Gene Expression in Honey Bees by Heterospecific Gland Secretions So if you feed Apis mellifera with royal jelly from Apis ceranae, will you get mutant Godzilla bees? Royal jelly (RJ) contains a range of proteins, amino acids, vitamins and nucleic acids. MicroRNA...
  6. The Queen & Bee Breeding
    Why would ANYONE want to split a healthy swarm?! It's madness! IMO it should never be done, but I have a dilemma... I have a dying colony I call Kawa Bees, apis mellifera western bees, with 4 queen cells and a very healthy Japanese bee swarm of apis cerana japonica, a subspecies of honeybee...
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