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Tree Hive Colonies

…chalkbrood because of its greater beneficial fungi quantity. Figure 3. (A,C) Culture plates of bee bread fungi from tree colonies and groundcolonies of Apis mellifera.(B,D) Corresponding mean percentage of fungal…

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Bee Venom and the Chemistry of OUCH!

…2, July 2012. About Honeybees. University of Arkansas: Division of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service. April 2016. Bee Stings. United States Department of Agriculture. Agricultural Research Service. April 2016. Breed, Michael…

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Winter Colony Development

Bee Culture. 144: 27 – 33. Imdorf, A.; Ruoff, K.; Fluri P (2008) Volksentwicklung bei der Honigbiene. ALP Forum. 68: 1–88. Jay, S.C. (1974) Seasonal development of honeybee colonies started…

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Bee Venom Therapy

…treated with bee venom. Toxicon: Official Journal of the International Society on Toxinology; 45(1):81-91 Ross Conrad is the author of Natural Beekeeping: Organic Approaches to Modern Apiculture, 2nd Edition….

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The Honey Bee Health Coalition

…hard to imagine a world without bees, given how these hardworking insects support the foods we need and provide so many benefits to modern agriculture. Beekeepers understand this best –…

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Bee Pollen- An Overview

…By: Ross Conrad Bee Pollen: Implications for Human Health Last month we looked at bee pollen: what it is; how it is collected by both the bee and the…

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Bee Pollen — An Overview

…of Bee Pollen and Bee Bread, Journal of Apicultural Research 48 (3): 189–95. doi:10.3896/IBRA.1.48.3.07. Ross Conrad is the author of Natural Beekeeping: Organic Approaches to Modern Apiculture, 2nd Edition. …

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Contributors

…editing articles for beekeepers in the monthly magazine Bee Culture. He is the publisher of books on honey bee pests and diseases, marketing, queen production, beekeeping history, beginning beekeeping, and…

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A Closer Look

…to affect bee health negatively, including physiological changes initiated by pesticide exposure that decreased bee tolerance toward Nosema infection. Similarly, Pettis et al. (2012) showed an increase in Nosema spore…

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Bee Lining With Dan Conlon

…Learning The Key Aspects Of Bee Lining In Ohio by Larry Connor Bee lining is a method of finding bee colonies, a form of honey hunting. Dame Eva Crane…

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Beepocalypse Inspired Activism

…September 2014 issue of Bee Culture, the report reveals how tobacco industry-style tactics are being used to divert attention from, and cast doubt on industry complicity in pesticide’s role in…

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A Closer Look

…VIRAL DISEASE SUSPECTIBILITY AND TRANSMISSION Transmission among colonies is a central feature for the epidemiology of honey bee pathogens.. Clarence Collison Honey bees are social insects living in densely packed colonies…

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