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Reducing African honey bees using managed European colonies


August 15, 2016

At the UF HBREL we love when our science has practical applications for Florida beekeepers. Below is a summary of one such study with African and European honey bee colonies. Hypothesis: The presence of managed European honey bees can ... READ MORE

Category: Agriculture, Conservation, Farm Management, Natural Resources, Pests & Disease, UF/IFAS Research, Wildlife
Tags: African Honey Bees, Amortensen, Beekeeping, Drone Congregation Areas, Research Update, UFHoneyBeeLab

A Tale of Two Subspecies: Genetics studies of South African honey bees


July 8, 2016

There are two factors that play an integral role in distinguishing between populations within a species. First, an organism’s geography restricts its ability to disperse. Individuals in adjacent populations migrate between one another at ... READ MORE

Category: Natural Resources, Pests & Disease, UF/IFAS Research
Tags: Amineimanifar, Beekeeping, Genetics, Honey Bees, Molecular, Research, UFHoneyBeeLab

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