HONEY Researches


Honeybees have long served as a model organism for investigating insect navigation. Bees, like many other nesting animals, primarily use learned visual features of the environment to guide their movement between the nest and foraging sites. Althou... Read more →


This paper presents a novel version of the bees algorithm. This version is characterized by an extended set of search operators, and a mechanism that protects the most recently generated solutions from competition with more evolved individuals. Co... Read more →


Honey bees are very much a part of the modern American agricultural picture. It is estimated that there are 2.9 million colonies in the United States today (owned by beekeepers with five or more colonies). Over two million of these colonies are on... Read more →


In recent years it has been observed that the honey bees in Brazil have been producing Afrancized honey.

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The honey bee is a model organism for studies on the neural substrates of learning and memory. Associative olfactory learning using sucrose rewards is fast and reliable in foragers and older hive bees. However, researchers have so far failed to sh... Read more →


 Europe harbours several endemic honeybee (Apis mellifera) subspecies. Yet the distribution of these subspecies is nowadays also much influenced by beekeeping activities. Large scale migratory beekeeping and trade in queens, coupled with the... Read more →

Topical manuka honey for MRSA-contaminated skin ulcers

This paper reports on three hospice patients for whom topical manuka honey (MH), applied daily, improved ulcers contaminated with methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).

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Potential of Honey in the Treatment of Wounds and Burns

There has been a renaissance in recent times in the use of honey, an ancient and traditional wound dressing, for the treatment of wounds, burns, and skin ulcers. In the past decade, there have been many reports of case studies, experiments using a... Read more →

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