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Prevalence of sensitization to the storage mites Acarus siro, Tyrophagus putrescentiae, and Lepidoglyphus destructor in allergic patients with different degrees of sensitization to the house-dust mite Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus.
destructor tem sido realizada na Europa e nos Estados Unidos--locais que empregam modelos de colmeias e possuem condicoes ambientais diferentes das brasileiras.
Ayers says bee gardens are important as honeybees try to survive the onslaught of bee-killing Varroa destructor mites.
News items like the redevelopment of the old Coventry Destructor Works along Foleshill Road, the building start of the new Royal Mail sortins g office at Ribbon Roundabout, the new chimney being constructed at Whitley, and the long-standing eyesores of Courtaulds and the Co-op emporium by the General Wolfe, seem to be low priority these days as news.
The third critical difference appears to be that local populations of honey bees and the parasitic mite, Varroa destructor, seem to develop an equilibrium that allows the colonies to survive without harsh chemical treatments," Mussen says.
The Walker Destructor is still getting readers talking.
Toure then went from destructor to creator for the visitors' first goal on 27 minutes.
2005), which is supported with studies of food habits, including at least one incidence of a Hessian fly (Mayetolia destructor, a pest on wheat) in the diet (D.
Variable population growth of Varroa destructor (Mesostigmata: Varroidae) in colonies of honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) during a 10-year period.
Albelda is the destructor, Baraja the creator of chances but both move the ball about crisply.
Vurroa destructor is the number-one threat to honey bees worldwide.
The varroa mite Varroa destructor is a highly damaging ectoparasite of the European honey bee, Apis mellifera.
Classes can have constructors, which execute when an object of the class is created, and a destructor, which executes when an object of the class is destroyed.
From it came the Navy's postwar mines: the Mark 50 series, CAPTOR, the submarine-launched mobile mine, and the Destructor series.