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Stingless bees of Mexico : the biology, management and conservation of an ancient heritage, José Javier G. Quezada-Euán

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Stingless bees of Mexico : the biology, management and conservation of an ancient heritage
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Stingless bees of Mexico
Title remainder
the biology, management and conservation of an ancient heritage
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José Javier G. Quezada-Euán
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Quezada Euán, José Javier G
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595.7990954
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QL568.A6
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non fiction
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  • Stingless bees
  • Mexico
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Stingless bees of Mexico : the biology, management and conservation of an ancient heritage, José Javier G. Quezada-Euán
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Contents
  • Intro; Preface; Contents; Chapter 1: Taxonomy and Diversity of the Stingless Bees; 1.1 General Features of the Meliponini; 1.2 Biogeography and Phylogeny; 1.3 Diversity of Mexican Stingless Bees; References; Chapter 2: Nesting Biology; 2.1 Nest Structure; 2.2 Homeostasis; References; Chapter 3: Anatomy and Physiology; 3.1 Prosoma; 3.2 Mesosoma; 3.3 Metasoma; References; Chapter 4: Sex Determination and Caste Production; 4.1 Ontogenetic Development; 4.2 The Sex and Caste of Individuals; 4.3 Relatedness and Reproductive Conflicts; References; Chapter 5: Colony Function and Communication
  • 5.1 Organization of Activities5.2 Task Partitioning; 5.3 Food Provisioning and Oviposition Process; 5.4 Defense; 5.5 Communication by Chemical Means; 5.6 Communication by Physical Means; References; Chapter 6: Reproduction; 6.1 Individual Reproduction; 6.2 Colony Reproduction and Dynamics; 6.3 Sexual Dimorphism; 6.4 Commercial Reproduction of Colonies; References; Chapter 7: Services Provided by Stingless Bees; 7.1 Pollination of Crops; 7.2 Stingless Bees as Pollinators of Crops in Mexico; 7.2.1 Avocado (Persea americana); 7.2.2 Achiote (Bixa orellana)
  • 7.2.3 Coffee (Coffea arabica and C. canephora)7.2.4 Chillies and Peppers (Capsicum); 7.2.5 Cucurbits; 7.2.6 Physic Nut, Pinón Mexicano, or Sikil-té (Jatropha curcas); 7.2.7 Tomato: Jitomate (Solanum lycopersicum); 7.2.8 Other Crops; 7.3 Facilitating Pollination Services; References; Chapter 8: Managing and Preserving Stingless Bees; 8.1 The Api-Botanical Cycle; 8.2 Establishing a Stingless Bee Yard; 8.3 Transferring Colonies to Hive Boxes; 8.4 Dividing Colonies; 8.5 Artificial Feeding; 8.6 Harvesting Honey, Pollen, and Propolis; 8.7 Control of Parasites and Predators
  • 8.8 Hazards and Threats to Stingless Bees in MexicoReferences; Chapter 9: The Past, Present, and Future of Meliponiculture in Mexico; 9.1 Meliponiculture in Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica; 9.2 Present Situation and Perspectives; References; Annex 1: List of Abbreviations of the Genera of Stingless Bees Used in the Book and Recognized Species for Mexico; Annex 2: Nectar- and Pollen-Producing Plants in the Yucatan Peninsula; Annex 3: Record Sheet Template, Nest Dimensions, and Hive Sizes for Stingless Bees from the Yucatan Peninsula; Annex 3.1: An Example Record Template for a Meliponario
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9783319777849
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  • (OCoLC)1047959885
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Stingless bees of Mexico : the biology, management and conservation of an ancient heritage, José Javier G. Quezada-Euán
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Preface; Contents; Chapter 1: Taxonomy and Diversity of the Stingless Bees; 1.1 General Features of the Meliponini; 1.2 Biogeography and Phylogeny; 1.3 Diversity of Mexican Stingless Bees; References; Chapter 2: Nesting Biology; 2.1 Nest Structure; 2.2 Homeostasis; References; Chapter 3: Anatomy and Physiology; 3.1 Prosoma; 3.2 Mesosoma; 3.3 Metasoma; References; Chapter 4: Sex Determination and Caste Production; 4.1 Ontogenetic Development; 4.2 The Sex and Caste of Individuals; 4.3 Relatedness and Reproductive Conflicts; References; Chapter 5: Colony Function and Communication
  • 5.1 Organization of Activities5.2 Task Partitioning; 5.3 Food Provisioning and Oviposition Process; 5.4 Defense; 5.5 Communication by Chemical Means; 5.6 Communication by Physical Means; References; Chapter 6: Reproduction; 6.1 Individual Reproduction; 6.2 Colony Reproduction and Dynamics; 6.3 Sexual Dimorphism; 6.4 Commercial Reproduction of Colonies; References; Chapter 7: Services Provided by Stingless Bees; 7.1 Pollination of Crops; 7.2 Stingless Bees as Pollinators of Crops in Mexico; 7.2.1 Avocado (Persea americana); 7.2.2 Achiote (Bixa orellana)
  • 7.2.3 Coffee (Coffea arabica and C. canephora)7.2.4 Chillies and Peppers (Capsicum); 7.2.5 Cucurbits; 7.2.6 Physic Nut, Pinón Mexicano, or Sikil-té (Jatropha curcas); 7.2.7 Tomato: Jitomate (Solanum lycopersicum); 7.2.8 Other Crops; 7.3 Facilitating Pollination Services; References; Chapter 8: Managing and Preserving Stingless Bees; 8.1 The Api-Botanical Cycle; 8.2 Establishing a Stingless Bee Yard; 8.3 Transferring Colonies to Hive Boxes; 8.4 Dividing Colonies; 8.5 Artificial Feeding; 8.6 Harvesting Honey, Pollen, and Propolis; 8.7 Control of Parasites and Predators
  • 8.8 Hazards and Threats to Stingless Bees in MexicoReferences; Chapter 9: The Past, Present, and Future of Meliponiculture in Mexico; 9.1 Meliponiculture in Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica; 9.2 Present Situation and Perspectives; References; Annex 1: List of Abbreviations of the Genera of Stingless Bees Used in the Book and Recognized Species for Mexico; Annex 2: Nectar- and Pollen-Producing Plants in the Yucatan Peninsula; Annex 3: Record Sheet Template, Nest Dimensions, and Hive Sizes for Stingless Bees from the Yucatan Peninsula; Annex 3.1: An Example Record Template for a Meliponario
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unknown
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1 online resource
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9783319777849
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unknown
Media category
computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1047959885
  • (OCoLC)1047959885

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