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First International Cancer Film Festival Announces Finalists

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Bumblebee in Biological News

Bee smart, bee healthy

... bumblebee colonies which are fast learners are also better able to fight off infectio...journal Biology Letters, the team reports a positive relationship between a bumblebee colony's learning performance and their immune response, as Dr Raine explai...

Bumblebees learn the sweet smell of foraging success

...learn which specific flowers were most rewarding at that time. They exposed bumblebee colonies to an anise scent mixed with recruitment pheromone and monitored t...d a new flower scent. However, the pheromone increases foraging activity in bumblebee colonies, which could increase the effectiveness of these bees pollinating ...

Smells like bees' spirit

...ture and exposure to risk when food stores are already high. In future, such artificial pheromones could also be used to increase the effectiveness of bumblebee colonies pollinating commercial crops, such as tomatoes. ...

Ecologists tease out private lives of plants and their pollinators

...lps explain the recent dramatic decline in certain bumblebee species found in the shrinking areas of species-ri...ent and, in the second part of the study, recorded bumblebee foraging behaviour. They found that without exc...the results could help ecologists conserve certain bumblebee species and the species-rich chalk grassland and h...

Bumblebee house warming -- it takes a village

...and the University of Puget Sound have peered into bumblebee colonies and have discovered some answers. By exposing bumblebee nests to a range of temperatures, the researchers ...d in other jobs switch tasks, said O'Donnell. bumblebee workers vary considerably in size, and body size a...

Researchers find that bumblebees' flower choice matters

... To predict where a bumblebee will carry its pollen next, you have to literally think like one. "Once they've learned a foraging style that's been successful, they are more likel...
Bumblebee in Biological Dictionary

Biodiversity

...iodiversity paradigm. 10.1 The "founder effect" 10.2 Size bias ... The earth supports an incredible array of biodiversity - from Thailand's tiny bumblebee bat to the ocean's great blue whale - with plants and animals of all shapes ... Biodiversity . Coordinating Lead Authors: Jeffrey A. McNeely, Da...
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