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  • Modeling Honey Bee Populations - Home - PLOS

    2015-7-6 · Eusocial honey bee populations (Apis mellifera) employ an age stratification organization of egg, larvae, pupae, hive bees and foraging bees. Understanding the recent decline in honey bee colonies hinges on understanding the factors that impact each of these different age castes. We first perform an analysis of steady state bee populations given mortality rates within each bee caste and find ...

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  • Modeling Honey Bee Populations - Home - PLOS

    2015-7-6 · Daily consumption rates of bee class in grams d i Larvae deaths per day D Food deficit quantity E Number of eggs E 0 Daily egg laying rate of queen bee f Food reserves in the colony (grams) f d Daily food requirement of colony (grams) f a, f i Available food (grams), Inaccessible food (grams) f L, f …

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  • Modelling Food and Population Dynamics in Honey

    2013-5-7 · Honey bees (Apis mellifera) are increasingly in demand as pollinators for various key agricultural food crops, but globally honey bee populations are in decline, and honey bee colony failure rates have increased. This scenario highlights a need to understand the conditions in which colonies flourish and in which colonies fail. To aid this investigation we present a compartment model of bee ...

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  • Modeling Honey Bee Populations - Europe PMC

    Eusocial honey bee populations (Apis mellifera) employ an age stratification organization of egg, larvae, pupae, hive bees and foraging bees.Understanding the recent decline in honey bee colonies hinges on understanding the factors that impact each of these different age castes.

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  • Modeling Honey Bee Populations - NASA/ADS

    2015-7-1 · adshelp[at]cfa.harvard.edu The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A

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  • A mathematical model of honey bee colony ... - Home

    2019-11-22 · The decline in colony populations of the honey bee, known as the Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), is a global concern. Numerous studies have reported possible causes, including pesticides, parasites, and nutritional stress. Poor nutrition affects the immune system at both the individual and colony level, amplifying effects of other stress factors. Pollen is the only source of ten amino acids ...

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  • A Quantitative Model of Honey Bee Colony ... - Home

    2011-4-18 · Since 2006 the rate of honey bee colony failure has increased significantly. As an aid to testing hypotheses for the causes of colony failure we have developed a compartment model of honey bee colony population dynamics to explore the impact of different death rates of forager bees on colony growth and development. The model predicts a critical threshold forager death rate beneath which ...

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  • Effects of Infection on Honey Bee Population ... -

    2014-10-16 · Introduction. The widespread collapse of honey bee colonies has been the subject of much discussion and research in recent years –.Aside from their ecological importance , honey bee populations have a large economical impact on agriculture in North America, Europe, the Middle East, and Japan –.. The focus of research has been largely on environmental factors outside the hive, such as ...

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  • Evaluating competition for forage plants between

    2021-4-28 · In addition to honey bee literature records, we also included the C.S.I. study, in which pollen from honey bee colonies were collected from 24 locations across Denmark, using hive mounted traps every third week from April to September in 2014 and 2015 [for detailed methods see 70]. Pollen in these samples were identified to species, genus, or ...

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    2021-4-27 · PLOS publishes a suite of influential Open Access journals across all areas of science and medicine. Rigorously reported, peer reviewed and immediately available without restrictions, promoting the widest readership and impact possible.

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  • mBio Journal Homepage - Home | mBio

    2012-2-23 · mBio covers the enormity of the interconnected microbial world: from symbiosis to pathogenesis, energy acquisition and conversion, climate change, geologic change, food and drug production, and even animal behavioral change.

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  • Genomic regions influencing aggressive behavior in

    2020-7-21 · Honey bee colony defense is an emergent trait composed of individual aggressive responses. Here, we investigated the relationship between individual genotype, colony allele frequency, and aggression in individual bees. Our findings show that the colony-level defense response strongly correlates with colony-level allele frequency in a way that can be used to identify causative genomic …

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  • Pathogens, Pests, and Economics: Drivers of Honey

    2014-2-5 · The Western honey bee (Apis mellifera) is responsible for ecosystem services (pollination) worth US215 billion annually worldwide and the number of managed colonies has increased 45% since 1961. However, in Europe and the U.S., two distinct phenomena; long-term declines in colony numbers and increasing annual colony losses, have led to significant interest in their causes and environmental ...

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    OvCWD: An agent‐based modeling framework for informing chronic wasting disease management in white‐tailed deer populations. Ecological Solutions and Evidence, 1(1). Berger, C., & Mahdavi, A. (2020).

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  • Bug Squad - Agriculture and Natural Resources Blogs

    2020-6-8 · Honey bee on magnolia blossom. Christian Nansen used a magnolia leaf for his research. ... Born and educated in Denmark, Nansen received his master's degree in biology from the University of Copenhagen in 1995 and his doctorate in zoology from the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University in Denmark in 2000. ... and modeling of pollen ...

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  • Regulatory Circuitry Governing Fungal Development,

    SUMMARY Pathogenic fungi have become a leading cause of human mortality due to the increasing frequency of fungal infections in immunocompromised populations and the limited armamentarium of clinically useful antifungal drugs. Candida albicans, Cryptococcus neoformans, and Aspergillus fumigatus are the leading causes of opportunistic fungal infections. In these diverse pathogenic fungi ...

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  • (PDF) Threats to an ecosystem service: multifactorial ...

    nates explanations of honey bee decline in the developed Managed honey bees are thus chronically exposed to a cock- world. The Varroa destructor mite is the primary vector of tail of different chemicals that can subtly interact, some- many viruses (Picornavirales) implicated in honey bee times synergistically, with detrimental effects on bee ...

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  • First 21 days of a honeybee's life in 60 seconds

    2015-5-22 · Watch the incredible first 21 days of a honeybee's life in 60 seconds - including its fight against deadly parasitic mites. Photographer filmed bees as they grew in a hive in Berkeley, California ...

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  • Unifying Research on Social ... - Home: Cell Press

    Ecosystems influence human societies, leading people to manage ecosystems for human benefit. Poor environmental management can lead to reduced ecological resilience and social–ecological collapse. We review research on resilience and collapse across different systems and propose a unifying social–ecological framework based on (i) a clear definition of system identity; (ii) the use of ...

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  • Chiarire le cause della sindrome dello spopolamento

    It will become the definitive, but evolving, honey bee research manual, composed of 33 peer-reviewed chapters authored by more than 200 of the world's leading honey bee experts. Additionally, the 'BEE DOC Interactive Bee Health Tool' will be used by beekeepers to properly manage the arguably single greatest threat to honey bees, the mite Varroa ...

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  • mBio Journal Homepage - Home | mBio

    2012-2-23 · mBio covers the enormity of the interconnected microbial world: from symbiosis to pathogenesis, energy acquisition and conversion, climate change, geologic change, food and drug production, and even animal behavioral change.

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  • Harmonic radar: a new technique for investigating

    Enhancing bee populations on UK farmland using forage mixtures. Abstracts Apimondia 2005 39th International Apicultural Congress, Dublin, 21-26 August 2005 . pp. 54 Tracking butterfly flight paths across the landscape with harmonic radar

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  • Bug Squad - Agriculture and Natural Resources Blogs

    2020-6-8 · Honey bee on magnolia blossom. Christian Nansen used a magnolia leaf for his research. ... Born and educated in Denmark, Nansen received his master's degree in biology from the University of Copenhagen in 1995 and his doctorate in zoology from the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University in Denmark in 2000. ... and modeling of pollen ...

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  • Medscape | PLoS One - Publication Information

    2016 - 11 (4) Morphological Characteristics of Maize Canopy Development as Affected by Increased Plant Density. April 29, 2016. [ MEDLINE Abstract ] Modulation of Endothelial Inflammation by Low and High Magnitude Cyclic Stretch. April 29, 2016. [ MEDLINE Abstract ] Human Parechovirus 1 Infection Occurs via αVβ1 Integrin. April 29, 2016.

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    2020-3-7 · Volume 14, issue 12, 2019 A novel power-driven fractional accumulated grey model and its application in forecasting wind energy consumption of China pp. 1-33 Peng Zhang, Xin Ma and Kun She Recording behaviour of indoor-housed farm animals automatically using machine vision technology: A systematic review pp. 1-35 Kaitlin Wurtz, Irene Camerlink, Richard B D’Eath, Alberto Peña Fernández ...

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  • Bug Squad - Agriculture and Natural Resources Blogs

    2015-3-3 · Born and educated in Denmark, Nansen received his master's degree in biology from the University of Copenhagen in 1995 and his doctorate in zoology from the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University in Denmark in 2000. He accepted positions in Portugal, Benin, United States, UK and Australia before coming to UC Davis.

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    The Sci-Hub project supports Open Access movement in science. Research should be published in open access, i.e. be free to read. The Open Access is a new and advanced form of scientific communication, which is going to replace outdated subscription models.

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  • Chiarire le cause della sindrome dello spopolamento

    It will become the definitive, but evolving, honey bee research manual, composed of 33 peer-reviewed chapters authored by more than 200 of the world's leading honey bee experts. Additionally, the 'BEE DOC Interactive Bee Health Tool' will be used by beekeepers to properly manage the arguably single greatest threat to honey bees, the mite Varroa ...

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  • Unifying Research on Social ... - Home: Cell Press

    Ecosystems influence human societies, leading people to manage ecosystems for human benefit. Poor environmental management can lead to reduced ecological resilience and social–ecological collapse. We review research on resilience and collapse across different systems and propose a unifying social–ecological framework based on (i) a clear definition of system identity; (ii) the use of ...

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  • Agriculture – Page 2 – THE DIRT

    2016-12-14 · Another speaker, Eric Silva, American Honey Producers Association, expressed resignation that reversing the trend on bee populations was a losing battle. “We’re losing half the bees over the course of the year.” The environmental culprits are relatively well-known: pesticides and chemicals, habitat loss, and pests.

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  • Honeybee Social Regulatory Networks Are Shaped by

    2020-9-4 · Three replicates, each with a different pair of high‐ and low‐strain pollen‐hoarding colonies matched for size and condition, were conducted March 31–April 27, May 15–June 11, and June 26–July 23, 2006, at the Arizona State University Honey Bee Research Facility in Mesa, Arizona.

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  • Enhancing Cropping System Sustainability Through

    2021-4-30 · However, honey bee populations have suffered in recent years due to colony collapse disorder, which in part has resulted from a lack of agricultural diversity. Echium is a new oilseed crop that grows well in the upper Midwest and is rich source of stearidonic acid, an oil that has great value in the cosmetic industry.

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  • Bug Squad - Agriculture and Natural Resources Blogs

    2020-6-8 · Honey bee on magnolia blossom. Christian Nansen used a magnolia leaf for his research. ... Born and educated in Denmark, Nansen received his master's degree in biology from the University of Copenhagen in 1995 and his doctorate in zoology from the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University in Denmark in 2000. ... and modeling of pollen ...

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  • Monitoring of SARS‐CoV‐2 infection in mustelids - -

    2021-3-3 · As from December 2020, following the SARS-CoV-2 epidemics, the number of mink farms in Europe was around 700 farms, mostly located in Finland, Poland, Lithuania and Greece. In the EU, mustelids can be also kept as pets, mainly ferrets. Farmed mink are generally farmed in open housing systems and in contiguous cages.

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  • Corrie Moreau, Ph.D. – Moreau Lab

    2021-6-16 · Collaborative grant with University of Chicago’s Committee on Evolutionary Biology: Dr. Susan Kidwell (UChicago) and Dr. Corrie Moreau (Field Museum) Co-Directors of GAANN Steering Committee. Awarded three full-time Ph.D. student training support positions for three years 2012-2015.

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  • Proteomic analysis of Apis mellifera immune response ...

    The honey bee Apis mellifera is an extremely beneficial insect due to its role in pollination and honey production. Honey bees are vulnerable to many diseases, one of which is caused by the bacterium Paenibacillus larvae. Ingestion of its spores by honey bees early in their larval stage results in death before adulthood. This disease is known as American foulbrood. Interestingly, this deadly ...

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  • Medscape | PLoS One - Publication Information

    Sub-lethal concentrations of neonicotinoid insecticides at the field level affect negatively honey yield: Evidence from a 6-year survey of Greek apiaries. April 25, 2019 [ MEDLINE Abstract ]

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  • Agriculture – Page 2 – THE DIRT

    2016-12-14 · Another speaker, Eric Silva, American Honey Producers Association, expressed resignation that reversing the trend on bee populations was a losing battle. “We’re losing half the bees over the course of the year.” The environmental culprits are relatively well-known: pesticides and chemicals, habitat loss, and pests.

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  • Medscape | PLoS One - Publication Information

    Surveillance of the Incidence of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) with Sparse Resources: A Simulation Study Using Data from a National Diabetes Registry, Denmark, 1995-2004. March 29, 2016 ...

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  • Sustainability | Free Full-Text | Agroforestry and ...

    Declining biodiversity (BD) is aecting food security, agricultural sustainability,and environmental quality. Agroforestry (AF) is recognized as a possible partial solution forBD conservation and improvement. This manuscript uses published peer-reviewed manuscripts,reviews, meta-analysis, and federal and state agency documents to evaluate relationships betweenAF and BD and how AF can be used to ...

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  • Monitoring of SARS‐CoV‐2 infection in mustelids - -

    2021-3-3 · As from December 2020, following the SARS-CoV-2 epidemics, the number of mink farms in Europe was around 700 farms, mostly located in Finland, Poland, Lithuania and Greece. In the EU, mustelids can be also kept as pets, mainly ferrets. Farmed mink are generally farmed in open housing systems and in contiguous cages.

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  • Medscape | PLoS One - Publication Information

    Sub-lethal concentrations of neonicotinoid insecticides at the field level affect negatively honey yield: Evidence from a 6-year survey of Greek apiaries. April 25, 2019 [ MEDLINE Abstract ]

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  • Modeling the Theory of Planned Behaviour to predict ...

    Dumitrescu AL, Wagle M, Dogaru BC, Manolescu B. Modeling the theory of planned behavior for intention to improve oral health behaviors: the impact of attitudes, knowledge, and current behavior. J Oral Sci. 2011;53(3):369–77. doi: 10.2334/josnusd.53.369 21959666

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  • Parametric CAD modeling for open source scientific ...

    In addition, parametric modeling is encouraged in order to facilitate customization for other experiments. Parametric design using a solid modeling programming language allows customization and provides a source file for the design. OpenSCAD is the most widely used scripting tool for parametric modeling of open source labware.

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  • Homo erectus went extinct because they were lazy,

    2018-8-10 · Homo erectus may have gone extinct because they were lazy, new research claims. Scientists believe the 'least-effort strategies' employed to …

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  • Archives 2010 - 2019: Seminars and Events -

    Honey bee gut microbiota - a versatile model for microbial symbiosis: PV 8.12: Martha Clokie, Department of Infection, Immunity and Inflammation, University of Leicester: The ecology, evolution and applications of Clostridium difficile bacteriophages: PL 15.12

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  • Profile | Biosciences | University of Exeter

    Career. 2018–present Senior Lecturer, Centre for Ecology and Conservation, University of Exeter, UK. 2015–present Honorary Fellow at the University of Seychelles. 2017 Heisenberg Fellow, Ecological Networks, TU Darmstadt. 2013–2017 Senior Research Fellow, Prof. …

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  • Frontiers | Risks to Health and Well-Being From Radio ...

    2019-8-13 · Radiation exposure has long been a concern for the public, policy makers, and health researchers. Beginning with radar during World War II, human exposure to radio-frequency radiation1 (RFR) technologies has grown substantially over time. In 2011, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) reviewed the published literature and categorized RFR as a “possible” (Group 2B) …

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  • Alexandra Lianou | Microbiology

    2021-4-14 · Newly isolated bacterial strains belonging to Bacillaceae (Bacillus sp.) and Micrococcaceae accelerate death of the honey bee mite, Varroa destructor (V. jacobsoni), in laboratory assays. Biotechnology Letters, 26, 529-532.

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  • index.md · Improving Conferences: A database for ...

    2021-1-14 · Improving Conferences: A database for scientific conferences and their key features. A list of 273 national and international academic meetings in various disciplines for key features of inclusivity and sustainability and propose solutions to make conferences more modern, effective, equitable and intellectually productive for the research ...

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