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IMPACT OF DIFFERENT FEED ON INTESTINE HEALTH OF HONEY BEES

@inproceedings{Mirjanic2013IMPACTOD,
  title={IMPACT OF DIFFERENT FEED ON INTESTINE HEALTH OF HONEY BEES},
  author={Msc Goran Mirjanic},
  year={2013}
}
Aim of study was to examine influence of different feed on epithelial cells of honey bees mid–gut. Study was conducted during autumn of 2012, in controled conditions, by using 48 mini laboratory cages with capacity of 150-200 bees each. For feeding of bees meadow, acacia and forest honey, molasses, acid and enzymatic invert syrup, with the addition of brewer's yeast and wort in certain proportions were used. Mid-gut with its content has been extracted from dead bees, histological preparation… 

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