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Comparison of respiratory metabolism between Italian and Chinese worker bees during pupal stage


Comparison of respiratory metabolism between Italian and Chinese worker bees during pupal stage



Journal of Fujian Agricultural University 30(4): 524-527



Upon comparing the respiratory metabolism between Italian (Apis mellifera ligustica) and Chinese worker honey bees (A. cerana cerana) during the pupal stage, results showed that the respiratory rates of both species continuously increased during pupal stage until emergence. Throughout the pupal stage, the respiratory rate of A. cerana cerana workers was higher than that of A. mellifera ligustica workers.

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