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Effect of method of grafting on queen production in Apis mellifera and Apis cerana indica


Effect of method of grafting on queen production in Apis mellifera and Apis cerana indica



Shashpa 8(1): 47-49



ISSN/ISBN: 0971-4979

Artificial queen wax cups were primed with (i) royal jelly, (ii) royal jelly + water (1:1), and (iii) without royal jelly grafted with <24-h-old larvae in 9-mm-diameter artificial wax cups in Apis mellifera and 7-mm-diameter artificial wax cups in Apis cerana indica.

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