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Laboratory comparison of high fructose corn syrup grape syrup honey and sucrose syrup as maintenance food for caged honey bees



Laboratory comparison of high fructose corn syrup grape syrup honey and sucrose syrup as maintenance food for caged honey bees



Apidologie 9(2): 111-116



Honey or high fructose corn syrup fed to worker bees failed to show any advantage over sucrose syrup. Grape syrup caused dysentery and reduced survival. Caged bees survived longest on sucrose syrup.

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DOI: 10.1051/apido:19780203


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