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- Cornman, R. Scott; Tarpy, David R.; Chen, Yanping; Jeffreys, Lacey; Lopez, Dawn; Pettis, Jeffery S.; vanEngelsdorp, Dennis; Evans, Jay D.; Highlander, Sarah K.
- Plos One 2012 v.7 no.8
- host-parasite relationships, etc ; Apoidea; RNA; apiaries; biomarkers; colony collapse disorder; digestive system; face; geographical distribution; honey bee colonies; honey bees; insect viruses; mixed infection; pests; viruses; United States; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... Recent losses in honey bee colonies are unusual in their severity, geographical distribution, and, in some cases, failure to present recognized characteristics of known disease. Domesticated honey bees face numerous pests and pathogens, tempting hypotheses that colony collapses arise from exposure to new or resurgent pathogens. Here we explore the incidence and abundance of currently known honey b ...
- Data from: Pathogen webs in collapsing honey bee colonies
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