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The Wisdom of the Hive – The Social Physiology of Honey Bee Colonies the wisdom of the hive – the social physiology of honey bee colonies
The Wisdom of the Hive – The Social Physiology of Honey Bee Colonies
9166 RUR
Effect Of Bioagents On Honey Bees And Bee Enemies In The Hive the wisdom of the hive – the social physiology of honey bee colonies
Honey bees which are the primary source of pollination for approximately one fourth of all crops produced throughout the world and has taken over as pollinator of many of the wild plants that maintain the stability of ecosystems.The present study was conducted to know the safety to honey bees of the four commonly used entomopathogenic bioagents for controlling the crop pests and their effect on the ectoparasitic mite, Varroa destructor inhabiting the bee colony. The bioagents tested included Metarhizium anisopliae, Verticillium lecanii, Beauveria bassiana and Bacillus thuringinensis kurstaki. Three methods of testing the efficacy were tried which included strip method, spray method and feeding method. The bioagents were applied at 108 spores/colony using strip and spray method and 107 spores in the feeding method. The book will give a key for the management of ectoparasitic infesting honey bee colonies without using any harmful chemicals.
4763 RUR
Feeding management of honeybee colonies in Chitwan Nepal the wisdom of the hive – the social physiology of honey bee colonies
Honeybees are notably the most important insect species playing role on plant pollination and producing the hive products however, their populations are declining because of the managerial and ecological problems. These problems and challenges are threatening the bee industries there by bio diversity, crop productivity and the production of the quality hive products. This book, therefore, provides information on the feeding management of domesticated-exotic honeybee, Apis mellifera Lin. during the dearth period and its impact on comb building, foraging (pollen and nectar collection and storage of the hive products), brood rearing, colony strength and the net return in the sub sequent honey flow season/s. This book also digs out the associated problems and challenges and needed improved feeding management practices of the honeybee colonies. This information should be especially useful to beekeepers, professionals who are working in the field of beekeeping, crop pollination, biodiversity conservation, value addition and marketing of the hive products.
4558 RUR
The Wisdom of Bees: What the Hive Can Teach Business about Leadership, Efficiency, and Growth the wisdom of the hive – the social physiology of honey bee colonies
The Wisdom of Bees: What the Hive Can Teach Business about Leadership, Efficiency, and Growth
1219 RUR
Flight of the Honey Bee the wisdom of the hive – the social physiology of honey bee colonies
A tiny honeybee emerges from the hive for the first time. Using sunlight, landmarks, and scents to remember the path, she flies in search of pollen and nectar to share with the thousands of other bees in her hive. She uses her powerful sense of smell to locate the flowers that sustain her, avoids birds that might eat her, and returns home to share her finds with her many sisters. Nature lovers and scientists-to-be are invited to explore the fascinating life of a honeybee, gleaning golden tidbits of knowledge to pollinate their young minds.
1385 RUR
Flight of the Honey Bee the wisdom of the hive – the social physiology of honey bee colonies
A tiny honeybee emerges from the hive for the first time. Using sunlight, landmarks, and scents to remember the path, she flies in search of pollen and nectar to share with the thousands of other bees in her hive. She uses her powerful sense of smell to locate the flowers that sustain her, avoids birds that might eat her, and returns home to share her finds with her many sisters. Nature lovers and scientists-to-be are invited to explore the fascinating life of a honeybee, gleaning golden tidbits of knowledge to pollinate their young minds.
822 RUR
Honeybee colonies and Beekeeping Production systems in  North Ethiopia the wisdom of the hive – the social physiology of honey bee colonies
Beekeeping is an essential environmental contribution to the planet's Eco-systems. If bees are disappear, a host of crops would fail. Food shortages would follow. The humble honey bee helps to feed the world. There is a long tradition of beekeeping in north Ethiopia. It serves as sources of cash, food and medication for the rural community. Now day’s emphasis is given to improve the sub-sector by the GO’s and NGO’s in the country and as a result number of small holder farmers and investors are eager to involve in beekeeping. However, there was lack of knowledge in the performance of the existing honey bee colonies and opportunities and constraints of the production systems in different agro-ecologies. Hence, Girmay Murutse has conducted study on characterization of bee colonies in terms of their behavior and productivity and opportunities and constraints of beekeeping Production systems in highland, midland and lowland. He has recommended selection based bee colony multiplication and beekeeping productions in correspond to different agro-ecologies.
5735 RUR
The Wisdom of Bees: What the Hive Can Teach Business about Leadership, Efficiency, and Growth the wisdom of the hive – the social physiology of honey bee colonies
"O'Malley brings to life timeless principles of organizational success in a mind-opening, insightful and compelling way by examining the life of bees. That may sound like a stretch, but it won't after you read this plainspoken, well-written book". John Pepper
849 RUR
The Biology of the Honey Bee (Paper) the wisdom of the hive – the social physiology of honey bee colonies
The Biology of the Honey Bee (Paper)
2616 RUR
Assessment of Honey Production and Marketing System in Tigray,Ethiopia the wisdom of the hive – the social physiology of honey bee colonies
Despite the long tradition of beekeeping in Ethiopia, having the highest bee density and being the leading honey producer as well as one of the largest beeswax exporting countries in Africa, the share of the sub-sector in the GDP has never been commensurate with the huge numbers of honeybee colonies and the country's potentiality for beekeeping. Productivity is always low, leading to low utilization of hive products domestically, and relatively low export earnings. Thus, the beekeepers in particular and the country in general are not benefiting from the sub sector
4850 RUR
The Biology of the Honey Bee the wisdom of the hive – the social physiology of honey bee colonies
The Biology of the Honey Bee
4165 RUR
Hybrid Seed Production of Brassica campestris through Bee Pollination the wisdom of the hive – the social physiology of honey bee colonies
The studies carried out on the role of honey bee (Apis mellifera) in hybrid seed production of Brassica campestris showed the highest number of pollen and nectar collectors of Apis mellifera and were recorded 45.6 and 24.6 per square meter crop area of B campestris respectively during day hours of 12.00 to 2.00 pm, which were significantly greater than the rest of foraging observations. In bee pollinated plants, the number of pods per plant, number of seeds per pod, number of seeds per plant, seed yield per plant and weight of 1000 seeds in BP plants were about 1.3, 1.1, 1.44, 1.53 and 1.62 times greater than NP plants,respectively. As such worker bees observed for foraging to collect the nectar and pollen after spraying of the insecticide i.e. Confidor 200 SL (Imidacloprid) in the concentration of 0.025g a.i., 0.030g a.i.and 0.035g a.i., but bee poisonong were neither observed in bee hive nor in field. During foraging, honey bees provide the opportunity for transference of pollen from male fertile to male sterile plant and resulted the production of hybrid seeds.
4763 RUR