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Synonyms for honeybee

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Range-restricted pollinators exhibited high resource overlap with the super-abundant honeybee, which could lead to resource competition.
Further studies are needed to establish the origin, host range, and transmission route of Moku virus; its virulence; and the risks it may represent for European honeybee populations.
Despite the increased mortality rates, there has been no downward trend in the total number of honeybee colonies in the United States over the past 10 years.
Shrestha (2004) concluded that the contribution of honeybee pollination to crop production and quality has been anticipated to be more than the overall value of honey and wax production.
It has been a privilege to work so closely with Marcelo and his excellent team as they turn around this amazing business and we look forward to making Honeybee as successful for Sprint as it is for us.
As mentioned above, this patient had allergic reactions to both royal jelly and honeybee venom.
Honeybee Research Institute NARC is doing research on how to tackle this climate change and reduce its effect on honeybees.
Many even recognise her face when she approaches, said Kate, who runs Felin Honeybees, a farm and education centre near Cemaes.
Paul Finnegan, Education Team Leader at the Bug House, World Museum, told the ECHO that people often mistake honeybees for wasps due to their size and appearance when compared with the more recognisable bumblebee.
Honeybee stress has been largely blamed on the increased levels of pesticides or parasitic attacks, according to recent studies.
The understanding the factors and forms of biological interaction between parasite and host can determine which are the colonies most resistant to the mite, thus allowing to select colonies with more hygienic behavior, maintaining yield and quality of honeybee products without the use of miticides.
companies are working to eliminate or limit use of a type of pesticide suspected of helping cause dramatic declines in honeybee populations needed to pollinate key American crops, officials said on Wednesday.
Around one in 10 honeybee colonies were lost between the beginning of October 2013 and the end of March 2014, compared to a third of colonies which failed to survive in 2012/2013, the British Beekeepers Association (BBKA) winter survival survey reveals.
Disruption to this important function has profound implications for honeybee colony survival, because bees that cannot learn will not be able to nd food and return to their hives.
But in the same period, the overall numbers of honeybee colonies increased only by 7%.