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No. Registro   001771744
Tipo de material   ARTIGO DE PERIODICO - INTERNACIONAL
Cód. publicação   Link10.3896/ibra.1.48.1.08 DOI
Entrada Principal   LinkDe Jong, David 1950-
Título   LinkPollen substitutes increase honey bee haemolymph protein levels as much as or more than does pollen.
Imprenta   Cardiff, 2009.
Descrição   p. 34-37.
Idioma   Inglês
Assunto   LinkABELHAS
  LinkPÓLEN
Autor Secundário   LinkSilva, Eduardo Junqueira da
  LinkKevan, Peter G. (*) INT University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada
  LinkAtkinson, James L. (*) INT University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada
Fonte   LinkIn: Journal of Apicultural Research and Bee World, Cardiff, v. 48, n. 1, p. 34-37, 2009, ISSN: 1751-2891
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Resumo/Outros   Adequate substitutes for pollen are necessary for maintaining healthy bee colonies during periods of pollen dearth, but testing them objectively is both time consuming and expensive. We compared two commercial diets with bee collected pollen and acacia pod flour (used by beekeepers in some parts of Brazil) by measuring their effect on haemolymph protein contents of young bees exclusively fed on these diets, which is a fast and inexpensive assay. The commercial diets included a new, non-soy-based, pollen substitute diet (named Feed-Bee®) and a soy-based diet, named Bee-Pro®. The diets were each given in patty form to groups of 100 Africanized honey bees in hoarding cages, maintained and fed from emergence until six days of age. Sucrose, in the form of sugar syrup, was used as a protein free control. Feed-Bee®, Bee-Pro®, pollen and acacia pod flour diets increased protein titers in the haemolymph by factors of 2.65, 2.51, 1.76 and 1.69, respectively, over protein titers in bees fed only sucrose solution. The bees fed Feed-Bee® and Bee-Pro® had their haemolymph significantly enriched in protein compared to the controls and those fed acacia pod flour and to titers slightly higher than those fed pollen. All four proteinaceous diets were significantly superior to sucrose alone
 
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