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Bio Heaters And Bee Scaffolding – New Research Showed Distinctive Beehive Behaviors

Humans and honeybees have shared a close relationship for ages. Bees have been captured & reared for the production of valuable honey. Over a long time, captive honey bees began to outcompete wild honey bees, which were also losing the environ... Read more →

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Robo-Bees And Bubbles: Inventive Technique Of Artificial Pollination

AI technologies have become quite popular these days, no matter what the industry is. But have you ever wondered if this recently developed technique could be used in pollination? Artificial pollination is a genuine industry with a prospering edge... Read more →

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Extreme Heat Conditions – A Buzzkill For Bees Threatening Their Fertility

Over an extended period, humans and animals adapt themselves to their local climates. When hotter and colder temperatures go above or underneath those standards quickly, logical proof shows that individuals become powerless against the health-rela... Read more →

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Bee Washing – How It Is Hurting The Bees And Deceiving Consumers?

Bee washing is a kind of marketing strategy using the plight of bees to delude consumers. While many people are concerned about honey bees, it's also significant to recognize the risk that native bees face.

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Electric Ecology: Research Showed Honey Bees Also Use Electricity Naturally!

"Electricity" basically refers to the interactions between any electrically charged objects, not simply human-made ones. These communications are regularly seen in the everyday world among numerous plants and animals.

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Romanian Honey - A Detailed Research On Physico-Chemical Properties And Classification

Honey is a natural sweetener used by people since ancient times because of its immense health benefits. Honey bees suck the flower nectar from different sources to make blossom honey and the plant parts secretions to make honeydew honey. This swee... Read more →

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Presence Of C3 and C4 Sugar Adulterants In Honey Products: Research Showed!

C3 and C4 plants have natural sugar; however, it becomes poisonous when they are utilized to make sugar syrup through harsh handling. Honey adulteration happens to utilize these toxic sugar syrups.

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