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Age related morphometric changes of hypopharyngeal glands in honeybees



Age related morphometric changes of hypopharyngeal glands in honeybees



Entomon 21(2): 143-146



A comparison of the morphometric changes in hypopharyngeal glands of winter and summer bees of three species of Apis revealed that their duct width is greater during summer, except in A. florea. In all the three species of Apis acini length was smaller during summer in comparison with winter bees and their number was greater in summer bees in all species.

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