The organizational impact of chronic heat: diffuse brood comb and decreased carbohydrate stores in honey bee colonies.

Weinberg, Isaac P.

Wetzel, Jaya P.

Kuchar, Eleanor P.

Kaplan, Abigail T.

Graham, Rebecca S.

Zuckerman, Jonah E.

Starks, Philip T.

2023

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  • Insect pollinators are vital to the stability of a broad range of both natural and anthropogenic ecosystems and add billions of dollars to the economy each year. Honey bees are perhaps the best studied insect pollinator due to their economic and cultural importance. Of particular interest to researchers are the wide variety of mechanisms honey bees use for thermoregulation, such as fanning cool ... read more
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  • Weinberg IP, Wetzel JP, Kuchar EP, Kaplan AT, Graham RS, Zuckerman JE and Starks PT (2023) The organizational impact of chronic heat: diffuse brood comb and decreased carbohydrate stores in honey bee colonies. Front. Ecol. Evol. 11:1119452. doi: 10.3389/fevo.2023.1119452
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