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The effects of method of keeping queen honey bees after instrumental insemination on their performance



The effects of method of keeping queen honey bees after instrumental insemination on their performance



Acta Academiae Agriculturae ac Technicae Olstenensis, Zootechnica ( 39): 153-166



Assessments were made of the effect of different methods of keeping queen honey bees before and after insemination. Queens mated naturally were kept in nuclei. Instrumentally inseminated queens were kept before and after insemination in nuclei, or in Woyke boxes with about 200 accompanying bees, or in a queenless colony in a Zander cage without accompanying bees. The insemination results were estimated from the length of the period from emerging to the beginning of egg laying.

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