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The relation of phototropism to swarming in the honey-bee, Apis mellifera L. by Dwight Elmer Minnich

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Published in Cambridge, Mass., U. S. A .
Written in English

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  • Bees -- Swarming

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Edition Notes

Statementby Dwight E. Minnich ...
SeriesContributions from the Zoölogical laboratory of the Museum of comparative zoölogy at Harvard college -- No. 321, Contributions from the Zoölogical laboratory of the Museum of comparative zoölogy at Harvard colege -- No. 321
The Physical Object
Paginationp. 177-180.
Number of Pages180
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24170627M
OCLC/WorldCa31835728

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Abstract. A crossover experimental design was established to test the attractancy of Nasonov pheromone to reproductive swarms of honey bees. Nineteen swarms were attracted to artificial nest cavities containing a slow-release blend of the Nasonov components citral, geraniol, and nerolic + geranic acids, and only four swarms were attracted to pheromone-free artificial nests.   Swarming is a natural part of the development of a honey bee colony. Swarming is a method of propagation that occurs in response to crowding within the colony. Swarming is an advantage to the bees but is a distinct disadvantage for beekeepers. Consequently, beekeepers manage hives to reduce the incidence of swarming to the extent possible.   Research highlights An accelerometer in the wall of a honey bee hive supplies data to monitor activity. Unwanted external sounds are not picked up. PCA based feature extraction can identify a swarming-specific signal. This signal can predict the swarming event several days in advance. By storing the averaged spectra, logging of relevant long-term signal is feasible. Start studying Honey bee biology. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.