Bee Colony Collapse Disorder: Could It Be Parasites, Pathogens Or …
By Jack
Scientists are working hard to understand the sources of a staggering decline in honeybees in as many as 27 US states and countries in Europe and Asia this winter, said Cornell associate professor of entomology Nicholas Calderone. …
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Heart Of Darkness
By collierlqk
But I think we’re the ones suffering from Colony Collapse Disorder. Because although nobody really knows for sure what’s killing the bees, it’s not al-Qaeda, and it’s not God doing some of his Old Testament shtick, and it’s not Winnie …
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About the birds and the bees (and the buck$ too)
Clarion News – Clarion,PA,USA
Researchers have looked into a number of plausible causes for the disappearance (it’s called “colony collapse disorder”) of honey bees but so far don’t …
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The humble honeybee
By Jessica(Jessica)
The phenomenon— first reported in November 2006 and called Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD)—is now the subject of international emergency research as scientists race to discover the cause of this ecological disaster. …
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Late-Breaking Symposium: Colony Collapse Disorder in Honey Bees …
Dec 11, 2007 at 1:30-5:30 pm — Late-Breaking Symposium: Colony Collapse Disorder in Honey Bees: Insight Into Status, Potential Causes, and Preventive Measures – part of the Entomological Society of America’s 55th Annual Meeting …
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Colony Collapse Jeopardizing Beekeepers
CBS News – New York,NY,USA
… other commercial beekeepers in the country, some of whom have lost up to 90 percent of their hives to what scientists named colony collapse disorder. …
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Why The United States is on the downhill side of World History
By Xavier Onassis(Xavier Onassis)
FOOD SUPPLY CATASTROPHE – Colony Collapse Disorder. The honey bees that pollinize our crops are dying off in huge numbers. We no longer rely on random pollinization by whatever honey bees happen to be in the crop area. …
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