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Honey Bee Biology covers molecular genetics, development, and physiology to neurobiology, behavior, and pollination biology. Placing special attention on the important role of bees as pollinators in agricultural ecosystems, it incorporates the latest findings on pesticides, parasites, and pathogens. This incisive and wide-ranging book also sheds vital light on the possible causes of colony collapse disorder and the devastating honey bee losses we are witnessing today. 512 p.


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  • Brian R. Johnson. Associate Professor, specialized and leading expert on the behavior, genetics, and evolution of honey bees. Department of Entomology and Nematology, University of California-Davis, Davis, CA (USA).

  • Publication date (electronic format): 2023-08 - Princeton University Press.

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