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Beehives to curb caries

...ecay. This natural substance is actually used by bees to strengthen and protect their hive from germs an...ous poplar and conifer trees and bark lesions. The bees pack the propolis on their hind legs and carry it back to their colony where it is combined with bee...

Beehives to curb dental caries

...ecay. This natural substance is actually used by bees to strengthen and protect their hive from germs an...ous poplar and conifer trees and bark lesions. The bees pack the propolis on their hind legs and carry it back to their colony where it is combined with bee...

HP Government to Introduce Sugar Free Herbal Honey Project

...HB) has sent 5,000 beekeeping boxes along with the bees to the state, to be distributed in 10 of 12 districts in the next year, an official said. These bees will be fed on the stevia herbal plant leaves that are said to produce sugar free honey. The plant i...

Breeding success by delving into the honey bee sex gene

... alleles. Males inherit a single copy of the gene; bees that inherit two copies, each a different version,...rying out the all-important role of mating. But in bees raised for honey or for pollinating crops, the sex-determination system can cause problems. Beekeepe...

Unknown Sickness Kills US Honeybees

.... Some of the observations made by them are 1. The bees have flown away from their hive before dying and t...colony appears normal from outside but a few adult bees are taking care of the younger one. 3. In the infected colonies, the weekend bee colony is not be...

Honeydew Honey Better Than Nectar Honey

...erent floral origins finds that honeys produced by bees feeding on honeydew have greater antioxidant properties// than those produced by feeding on nectar. Naturally occurring antioxidants are important ingredients of many foods, and keenly sought in many ‘health foods’. They are believed to help protec...

Honey to the Rescue-From Superbugs

...peroxide, which is derived from an enzyme that the bees add to nectar, in order to prepare honey. Austr...y' by extracting honey from a particular colony of bees and then sterilizing it. It was then combined with seaweed, which is said to draw out and absorb har...

Vanishing Honey Bees

...decipher the reason for this. Normal healthy adult bees abandon the hive, queen bee, food and the young. ...odus would leave the hive to be ransacked by honey bees from neighboring colonies. But in the new phenomenon it is seen that new bees are hesitant to enter...

Toddler Infected With Rare Side Effect Of Smallpox Vaccination Recovering

... with mounds of pox that reminded her of photos of bees swarming over beekeepers. Im a veteran of 25 years of practice in the I.C.U.s, and I thought Id seen it all, Dr. Kahana said. But this was stunning to the eye. Dr. John F. Marcinak, an associate professor of pediatrics who worked 16 hours a day wit...

Size and Position of Floral Anther Plays a Vital Role in Pollination

... facilitates pollen collection by buzz-pollinating bees . The male floral structures, anthers, release the... These flowers are specialized to be pollinated by bees that release the pollen through vibrations caused by their buzzing. Endress and his coworkers found ...

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