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*  List of Apis mellifera subspecies
African honey bees are leather colored, difficult to distinguish by eye from darker strains of Italian bees. Apis mellifera ... It is a mountain bee in its native range, and is a good bee for colder climates. Apis mellifera cecropia, classified by ... These small, dark-colored bees are sometimes called the German black bee. The hybrid populations of A. m. mellifera x A. m. ... Apis mellifera mellifera, classified by Linnaeus, 1758 - the dark bee of northern Europe also called the German honey bee - ...
*  Pollination
For example, bee species such as Euglossa cordata are attracted to orchids this way, and it has been suggested that the bees ... Flowers provide bees with nectar (an energy source) and pollen (a source of protein). When bees go from flower to flower ... Honey bees are not the only managed pollinators: a few other species of bees are also raised as pollinators. The alfalfa ... It has been estimated that bees originated with the origin or diversification of angiosperms. In addition, cases of coevolution ...
*  Royal jelly
... is secreted from the glands in the heads of worker bees and is fed to all bee larvae, whether they are destined to ... Queen bee acid Bee propolis 3-Hydroxydecanoic acid 3,10-Dihydroxydecanoic acid 3,11-Dihydroxydodecanoic acid Jung-Hoffmann, L ( ... thus establishing division of labour in the bee colony. The honey bee queens and workers represent one of the most striking ... When worker bees decide to make a new queen, because the old one is either weakening or dead, they choose several small larvae ...
*  Lestrimelitta limao
While bees of Lestrimelitta limao colonies have never been observed on flowers, they have been seen on poisonous plants. It is ... Lestrimelitta limao is part of the Apidae family, which consists of bumble bees, euglossines, honey bees, and stingless bees. ... It is a species of stingless bees that practices obligate nest robbing. They have never been spotted foraging from flowers, an ... Though instances have been recorded, raiders will rarely take permanent possession of the stores within the nest and the nest ...
*  Monofloral honey
List of honey plants List of Northern American nectar sources for honey bees Nectar source The range of the origin plant is ... During sourwood bloom, there is little else for the bees to forage. ... Bee-info.com. (in German) "Main European unifloral honeys: descriptive sheets", Apidologie 35 (2004) S38-S81 (PDF). "Honey ...
*  Wolfgang Ritter
Moreover, since 1991, he has been working as expert and leader of the reference laboratory for bee health of the World ... Since 1980, he has been leading the Bee Research Department at the Institute for Veterinary Hygiene at Freiburg im Breisgau ( ... In addition, since 2010, Ritter has been employed as instructor of the DG Sanco organized course for European veterinarians in ... Fischer, Jena 1996, ISBN 3-334-61021-7. Honey Bee Diseases and Pests: A Practical Guide Food and Agriculture Organization of ...
*  Priority effect
When bunchgrasses were added to plots where forbs had already been growing for a year, forbs were able to coexist with grasses ... Among studies of priority effects, both trends seem to have been observed. Fukami (2005) argued that a community could be both ... Priority effects among species within the same trophic level and functional group, or guild, have been documented more ... Rejmanek (2002) suggested that only 10 empirical studies examining intraspecific aggregation had been published by 2002. The ...
*  Self-incompatibility
The cellular and molecular mechanisms of CSI have not been described. The strength of a CSI response can be defined, as the ... Up to this day, only one mechanism of SSI has been described in detail at the molecular level, in Brassica (Brassicaceae). ... Two different mechanisms of GSI have been described in detail at the molecular level, and their description follows. The female ...
*  Pollination syndrome
A few bees collect oil from special glands on the flower. There are diverse types of bees (such as honeybees, bumblebees, and ... Martins Aline C.; Melo Gabriel A.R.; Renner Susanne S. (2014). "The corbiculate bees arose from New World oil-collecting bees: ... thus generalization about bees is difficult. Some plants can only be pollinated by bees because their anthers release pollen ... Some bee flowers tend to be yellow or blue, often with ultraviolet nectar guides and scent. Nectar, pollen, or both are offered ...
*  Tertiapin
As a paradox to the symptoms after a bee sting, bee venom is used for treatment of pain, inflammation (e.g. rheumatoid ... Tertiapin has been described as a potent potassium channel blocker, acting on two different types of K+ channels. Tertiapin ... Tertiapin is a compound of the honey bee venom (apitoxin) that causes pain and signs of inflammation around the sting, but a ... Tertiapin is a 21-amino acid peptide isolated from venom of the European honey bee (Apis mellifera). It blocks two different ...
*  Urban agriculture
Some Todmorden plots have been permission plots while others have been examples of guerilla gardening. All are "propaganda ... Bees and sheep are the second most common urban farm animals. Almost half of the urban farms that participated in the survey ... The program has been in place since 1975 and is managed by the boroughs. Of the eighteen boroughs, some have a gardening ... The government has been trying to step in and create new technological advancements within the agricultural field to sustain ...
*  Laying worker bee
A laying worker bee is a worker bee that lays unfertilized eggs usually in the absence of a queen bee (cf gamergates in ants). ... A queen bee's abdomen is noticeably longer than a worker, allowing a queen to lay an egg at the bottom of the cell. A queen bee ... Queen bees will usually lay only a single egg to a cell, but laying workers will lay multiple eggs per cell. Multiple eggs per ... Laying workers can develop after the colony's queen has been lost to swarming, or in the presence of a failing queen which has ...
*  Apamin
... was first isolated by Habermann in 1965 from Apis mellifera, the Western honey bee. Apamin was named after this bee. Bee ... Apamin is an element in bee venom. You can come into contact with apamin through bee venom, so the symptoms that are known are ... Apamin is an 18 amino acid peptide neurotoxin found in apitoxin (bee venom). Dry bee venom consists of 2-3% of apamin. Apamin ... It has been shown that apamin enhances learning and memory in rats and mice. This may provide a basis for the use of apamin as ...
*  Stephen Taber III
They include American Bee Journal, Gleanings in Bee Culture, Journal of Economic Entomology, Journal of Apicultural Research ... Steve became interested in bees at an early age, using the banks of the Broad River in Columbia as his research yard. Steve's ... Stephen Taber III, was a world-recognized honey bee researcher. He was born on April 17, 1924, to Dr. Stephen Taber II and ... In 1950, he graduated from the University of WI in Madison, with a Bachelor of Science, specializing in Bee Research under the ...
*  Honey Smacks
In Norway and Finland, it is known as "Honni Korn Smacks". In Australia, the cereal had been known as Honey Smacks since the ... UK In the United Kingdom, the cereal was promoted with the character Barney Bee from the mid 80s, to compete with its rivaled ... GoldenVale currently markets this cereal under the name Honey Wheats with a bear and a honey bee as mascot. In 2007, a minor ... In the early 1990s, perhaps because the product mascot, Dig'em Frog, had customarily been portrayed as calling the cereal " ...
*  Bird flight
There has also been debate about whether the earliest known bird, Archaeopteryx, could fly. It appears that Archaeopteryx had ... Also, the bird skeleton is hollow to reduce weight, and many unnecessary bones have been lost (such as the bony tail of the ... Many of the Archaeopteryx fossils come from marine sediments and it has been suggested that wings may have helped the birds run ... early bird Archaeopteryx), along with the toothed jaw of early birds, which has been replaced with a lightweight beak. The ...
*  Deformed wing virus
While most commonly infecting the honey bee, Apis mellifera, it has also been documented in other bee species, like Bombus ... Bees that are significantly affected by DWV also have measurable titers of the virus in their heads while bees that are ... bees and increased susceptibility to other opportunistic pathogens and has been considered a significant factor in honey bee ... magnifying and increasing its effects on the bees and on the hive. The Varroa mite has been demonstrated to cause the frequency ...
*  Proboscis extension reflex
Individual bees were placed in a tube with their head sticking out. Then a stream of odorant blown towards the bee's head was ... The bees that had their right antenna exposed were better at associating an odor with a food reward than bees that had their ... The odor (CS) is presented to the bee in the absence of the sugar solution (US), and the association is confirmed if the bee ... After only three such trials, the odor alone caused the bee to extend its proboscis approximately 90% of the time. Bees also ...
*  London Bees
... is an English women's football club affiliated with Barnet F.C.. They play in the FA WSL 2. The club has been in ... "London Bees confirm Squad Numbers for 2017/18". London Bees Official site. Retrieved 19 March 2017. Official site. ... London Bees play at The Hive Stadium in Edgware, the home of Barnet F.C.. As of 15 September 2017. As of July 2017. Players who ... In the 2016 FA WSL summer season, London Bees became the first WSL 2 club to reach the semi-finals of the FA WSL Cup, after ...
*  Bees Roux
Bees' Roux shakes off murder case". IOL News. 9 September 2011. Retrieved 10 September 2013. "Why Bees is the right fit for ... "SA Rugby Player Profile - Bees Roux". South African Rugby Union. Retrieved 29 May 2016. "It's Rugby player profile Bees Roux". ... Jacobus Stephanus "Bees" Roux (born 9 December 1981 in Upington) is a South African rugby union player, currently playing with ... "Bees Roux starts for Lions". Media24. Sport24. 10 September 2013. Retrieved 10 September 2013. "SA Rugby Match Centre - Royal ...
*  Bob Bees
Bees was a member of the San Jose SaberCats of the AFL in 1999. Bees was selected by the AFL's Oklahoma Wranglers in the 2000 ... Bees was traded to the Las Vegas Gladiators on November 19, 2003. He was released by the Gladiators on January 27, 2004. Bees ... Bees was signed by the Billings Outlaws of the National Indoor Football League (NIFL) in December 2002. Bees signed with the ... As of August 6, 2004, Bees was ranked second in pass rating with a 118.7 rating. Bees was offensive coordinator and starting ...
*  Honey Bees
She has been acting in several TV dramas in Hong Kong. Angel Ho, born in 2002, was once a host in a child television programme ... Honey Bees is a Hong Kong Girl Group Formed by WSM Entertainment Limited. The group is composed of 11 [Formerly 12] members: ... Honey Bees officially debuted in 2010, and started performing on television, in shopping centres etc. The group released its ... first album Honey Bees in 2012. When it was first established, there were only five members. Since then, there were more ...
*  Burlington Bees
Over 100 former Bees have played in the majors. In 2007, the Bees changed their logo and uniforms. Since 2000, the Bees have ... The Bees have played in the Midwest League since 1962. The team was first known as the "Bees" from 1924 to 1932 and again from ... The Bees nickname was revived for the 1993 season and remains to this day. Their home since 1947 has been Community Field in ... The Burlington Bees are a Class A minor league baseball team, based in Burlington, Iowa, that is an affiliate of the Los ...
*  Persephone's Bees
... have been featured on popular music outlets such as MTV's "You Hear It First" (SXSW 2006 "Hot Bands to see ... Persephone's Bees is an Oakland-based pop/rock/electropop music group. Growing up in Pyatigorsk, Russia, lead singer Angelina ... Currently Angelina is working on her solo record and getting ready to record a new Persephone's Bees album. City of Love (2002 ... All the songs from the album were digitally released as singles every 6 weeks and in July, 2012 Persephone's Bees announced the ...
*  Bradford Bees
As the Bees, the team won the league title in 1941. The Blue Wings also won a league title in 1949. Bradford no longer hosts ... The Bradford Bees were a minor league baseball team based in Bradford, Pennsylvania. The team was a charter member of the ...