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The biology and protection of honey bees, an object of continuous research

The biology and protection of honey bees, an object of continuous research

Stato attuale e sviluppo della ricerca in apicoltura Atti Convegno 25-26 Ottobre 1991, Sassari: 29-46

Recent Italian research on honey bees is summarized. In particular, electrophoretic and morphometric investigations on hybrid populations of Apis mellifera in NE Italy, the utilization of alloenzyme variability, queens, bee drift between apiaries, the behaviour of robber honey bees, and the control of pests and diseases.

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