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COLOSS BEEBOOK Volume 1: Standard Methods for Apis mellifera Research

Handbook / Manual
Series: COLOSS BEEBOOK Volume: 1
By: Vincent Dietemann(Editor), James D Ellis(Editor), Peter Neumann(Editor)
614 pages, colour & b/w photos, b/w illustrations, tables
COLOSS BEEBOOK Volume 1: Standard Methods for Apis mellifera Research
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  • COLOSS BEEBOOK Volume 1: Standard Methods for Apis mellifera Research ISBN: 9780860982746 Hardback Jan 2013 Unavailable #209468
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In recent years, declines of honey bee populations have received massive media attention worldwide, yet attempts to understand the causes have been hampered by a lack of standardisation of laboratory techniques. Published as a response to this, the COLOSS BEEBOOK is a unique collaborative venture involving 234 bee scientists from 34 countries, who have produced the definitive guide to how to carry out research on honey bees. It is hoped that these volumes will become the standards to be adopted by bee scientists worldwide.

Volume I includes approximately 1100 separate protocols dealing with the study of the honey bee, Apis mellifera. These cover anatomy, behavioural studies, chemical ecology, breeding, genetics, instrumental insemination and queen rearing, pollination, molecular studies, statistics, toxicology and numerous other techniques.

COLOSS is the Prevention of honey bee COlony LOSSes Network.

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Handbook / Manual
Series: COLOSS BEEBOOK Volume: 1
By: Vincent Dietemann(Editor), James D Ellis(Editor), Peter Neumann(Editor)
614 pages, colour & b/w photos, b/w illustrations, tables
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