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Weight Watching and the Effect of Landscape on Honeybee Colony Productivity: Investigating the Value of Colony Weight Monitoring for the Beekeeping Industry
Over the last few decades, a gradual departure away from traditional agricultural practices has resulted in alterations to the composition of the countryside and landscapes across Europe. In the faceExpand
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Parasite infection accelerates age polyethism in young honey bees
Honey bees (Apis mellifera) are important pollinators and their health is threatened worldwide by persistent exposure to a wide range of factors including pesticides, poor nutrition, and pathogens.Expand
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Evaluation of Cage Designs and Feeding Regimes for Honey Bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) Laboratory Experiments
ABSTRACT The aim of this study was to improve cage systems for maintaining adult honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) workers under in vitro laboratory conditions. To achieve this goal, we experimentallyExpand
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Standard methods for Apis mellifera brood as human food
Insects hold enormous potential to address food and nutritional security issues. The honey bee is a key insect, given its importance for pollination, as well as its products which can be directlyExpand
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Identifying all individuals in a honeybee hive : progress towards mapping all social interactions
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Identifying all individuals in a honeybee hive : progress towards mapping all social interactions The honeybee is a social animal, and a bee hive is a complete, closed society. Expand
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Edible insects unlikely to contribute to transmission of coronavirus SARS-CoV-2
In the context of food safety, edible insects are evaluated for biological hazards such as microbial pathogens according to regulations currently in place. When the European Food Safety AuthorityExpand
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Towards a coordination of European activities to diagnose and manage insect diseases in production facilities
The rapid increase in insect production for food and feed both in Europe and elsewhere in the world has led to a need for a coordinated action to assist producers in the diagnosis and management ofExpand
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The STABALID project: Risk analysis of stationary Li-ion batteries for power system applications
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This work presents a risk analysis performed to stationary Li-ion batteries within the framework of the STABALID project and shows that it is possible to reduce the probability of occurrence/severity of all the risks associated to the battery life cycle to acceptable or tolerable levels. Expand
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The development of tools for network analysis in the honey bee (Apis mellifera L.)
The honey bee (Apis mellifera) has accompanied Man for thousands of years, and yet somehow, some aspects of this most studied of insects remain uncertain. To this day, details of the physiology,Expand
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Honeybees Tolerate Cyanogenic Glucosides from Clover Nectar and Flowers
Honeybees (Apis mellifera) pollinate flowers and collect nectar from many important crops. White clover (Trifolium repens) is widely grown as a temperate forage crop, and requires honeybeeExpand
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