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Influence of queen of honeybee (Apis mellifera L.) on drone cell construction and drone production in the colonies



Influence of queen of honeybee (Apis mellifera L.) on drone cell construction and drone production in the colonies



International Journal of Tropical Agriculture 13(1-4): 253-255



The three queenright and three queenless colonies were selected and equalised with respect to the drone cell area and bee strength. The effect of the queen on the drone cell construction and drone production was studied. The observations were recorded in the morning at 1000 h from February 1992 to March 1992. In the queenright colonies both the drone cell construction and the drone production were more. In the queenless colonies, there was no drone cell construction and drone production.

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