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The effect of different carbohydrate on laying queen and honey storage in honeybee colonies



The effect of different carbohydrate on laying queen and honey storage in honeybee colonies



Journal of Biological Sciences 7(4): 706-708



In order to explain the effects of substituting the artificial nectar for natural nectar, a factorial experiment was conducted 5 times on the 4 diets and a control group of 25 colonies and these were studied and statically analysed. The results indicated that there was a 1.0% difference among diets, but there was a non-significant difference between right direct and the left hand of the honeycomb from the number of larva point view.

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