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Is the number of antennal plate organs (sensilla placodea) greater in hygienic than in non-hygienic Africanized honey bees?
Hygienic behavior is a desirable trait in honey bees (Apis mellifera L.), as hygienic bees quickly remove diseased brood, intermpting the infectious cycle. Hygienic lines of honey bees appear to be more sensitive to the ...
La planificación nacional y el establecimiento de normas de higiene maternoinfantil en América Latina = National planning and the construction of maternal and child hygiene norms in Latin AmericaNational planning and the construction of maternal and child hygiene norms in Latin America
Hygienic behavior of the stingless bee Plebeia remota (Holmberg, 1903) (Apidae, Meliponini)
We investigated hygienic behavior in 10 colonies of Plebeia remota, using the pin-killed method. After 24 h the bees had removed a mean of 69.6% of the dead brood. After 48 h, the bees had removed a mean of 96.4% of the ...
Colleges of royal physicians and isolation hospitals to control public hygiene in Chile from 1879 to 1920
(MEDWAVE ESTUDIOS LTD, 2020)
H??bitos higi??nicos: uma etnografia da higiene na Feira do Jap??o, Liberdade.
(Programa de p??s-gradua????o em sa??de coletiva, 2006)
Hygiene and health in the province of Nuble: cholera epidemic in the city of Chillan(1880-1900)
(CENTRO PROVINCIAL INFORMACION CIENCIAS MEDICAS CINFUEGOS, 2020)
Sequential hygienic behavior in Carniolan honey bees (Apis mellifera carnica)
We examined the sequence, order or steps of hygienic behavior (HB) from pin-killed pupae until the removal of them by the bees. We conducted our study with four colonies of Apis mellifera carnica in Germany and made four ...