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Food Chemistry, ISSN 0308-8146, 02/2016, Volume 192, pp. 149 - 155
This study examines the physicochemical properties of stingless bee honey from SE Asia (Thailand). Twenty-eight stingless bee honey samples, from 11 stingless... 
Stingless bee | Meliponini | Honey | Physicochemical properties | Sugar | NUTRITION & DIETETICS | APIS-MELLIFERA | FOOD SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY | QUALITY EVALUATION | CHEMISTRY, APPLIED | Asia, Southeastern | Honey - analysis | Bees - chemistry | Animals | Thailand | Chemical Phenomena | Sugars
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Austral Ecology, ISSN 1442-9985, 08/2004, Volume 29, Issue 4, pp. 399 - 407
Interspecific competition for a limited resource can result in the reduction of survival, growth and/or reproduction in one of the species involved. The... 
honey bee | competition | resource | native bee | Competition | Resource | Native bee | Honey bee | AUSTRALIA | FORAGING BEHAVIOR | ATLANTIC RAIN-FOREST | STINGLESS BEES | POLLINATORS | COLONIES | STATISTICAL POWER | COMMUNITY | QUEENSLAND | ECOLOGY | Apis mellifera | Honey bees | Introduced species | Reviews | Methodology | Biological competition | Risk assessment | Biodiversity | Research requirements | Invasion | Native species
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08/2018, 1st ed. 2018, ISBN 9783319777849, 296
The stingless bees are the most diverse group of highly social bees and are key species in our planet's tropical and subtropical regions, where they thrive. In... 
Bee culture-Mexico | Stingless bees-Yucatán Peninsula | Life Sciences | Cultural Anthropology | Conservation Biology/Ecology | Animal Ecology | Entomology | Animal Systematics/Taxonomy/Biogeography
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Journal of Invertebrate Pathology, ISSN 0022-2011, 11/2019, Volume 168, p. 107256
We determined the presence of six viruses in different bee species collected in subtropical environments. Deformed wing virus (DWV) and black queen cell virus... 
Apis mellifera | Black queen cell virus | Bumble bees | Stingless bees | Deformed wing virus | Pollinators | LOSSES | APIS-MELLIFERA | RNA | THREAT | COLONIES | 1ST DETECTION | ZOOLOGY | DEFORMED-WING-VIRUS | INFECTION
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Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, ISSN 0013-8703, 07/2018, Volume 166, Issue 7, pp. 528 - 534
Recent studies have shown that honey bees, bumble bees, and some meliponine bee species of the genera Trigona, Meliponula, and Dactylurina are hosts of the... 
attraction | Coleoptera | Apidae | olfaction | Hymenoptera | olfactometer assays | meliponiculture | Nitidulidae | honey bee pest | COLEOPTERA NITIDULIDAE | TRAP | ENTOMOLOGY | FOREST | STINGLESS BEES | COLONIES | PROPOLIS | MURRAY COLEOPTERA | BIOLOGY | Honeybee | Beetles | Bees | Honey | Odors | Animal behavior | Colonies | Bioassays | Propolis | Olfaction | Pollen | Geographical variations | Species
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Current Biology, ISSN 0960-9822, 11/2015, Volume 25, Issue 21, pp. 2851 - 2855
The nests of social insects provide suitable microenvironments for many microorganisms as they offer stable environmental conditions and a rich source of food... 
stingless bees | Meliponini | fungus farming | symbiosis | MONASCUS | BACTERIA | BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY | LARVAE | BALANCE | CELL BIOLOGY | Biological Evolution | Animals | Fungi - physiology | Symbiosis - physiology | Bees - microbiology | Brazil | Behavior, Animal - physiology | Agriculture | Larva - microbiology | Fungi | Phytochemistry | Bees | Termites | Dietary supplements | Building materials | Fungi in agriculture
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PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, ISSN 0962-8452, 07/2019, Volume 286, Issue 1908, p. 20191071
Pathogen spillover from managed bees is increasingly considered as a possible cause of pollinator decline. Though spillover has been frequently documented,... 
PARASITES | HYMENOPTERA | floral transmission | stingless bees | BUMBLEBEES | HONEY-BEE | VIRULENCE | pollinators | Nosemo ceranae | Apis mellifera | EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY | PROPOLIS | TRANSMISSION | NOSEMA-CERANAE | BIOLOGY | ECOLOGY | INFECTION | pathogen spillover | VIRUSES
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Chemosphere, ISSN 0045-6535, 06/2018, Volume 201, pp. 550 - 556
Large-scale pesticide application poses a major threat to bee biodiversity by causing a decline in bee populations that, in turn, compromises ecosystem... 
Meliponini | Pollinators conservation | Stingless bees | Azadirachtin | Neem | Sublethal effects | SURVIVAL | HYMENOPTERA APIDAE | TOXICITY | PEST-MANAGEMENT | PESTICIDES | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | IMPACT | POLLINATION | INDUCED STRESS | LARVAL FOOD | REPRODUCTION | Index Medicus
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Insectes Sociaux, ISSN 0020-1812, 5/2016, Volume 63, Issue 2, pp. 223 - 236
Bees are well known for being industrious pollinators. Some species, however, have taken to invading the nests of other colonies to steal food, nest material... 
Life Sciences | Stingless bees | Alternative foraging strategies | Cleptoparasitism | Lestrimelitta | Entomology | Meliponini | Warfare | Evolution | Analysis | Mortality | Bees | Tunnels
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03/2018, 1st ed. 2018, ISBN 9783319618388
This book covers pot-pollen-the other product, besides honey, stored in cerumen pots by Meliponini. Critical assessment is given of stingless bee and... 
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