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Thanks to the indefatigable pollinating bees, beekeeping plays an essential role both in terms of agricultural yields and the maintenance of plant and tree biodiversity throughout the world. Scientists all agree that 35% of our food worldwide is dependent on their work! In addition bees provide different honeys as food supplements but also noble products used in apitherapy such as pollen, royal jelly, propolis, venom and wax. Via this website, the world's No. 1 portal for the apicultural sector, Apiservices offers beginner's articles, thousands of papers for professionals, scientific papers on the impact of pesticides on bees and databases on all topics related to bees, apiary techniques, treatments against apiary diseases, tricks against predators. Also listed are the coordinates of over a hundred beekeeping equipment suppliers for apiaries and honeyhouses, bee products, populated colonies, package bees and queens, veterinary drugs, service providers, apiculture trade unions and others. Welcome everybody!

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Propolis via antiviral, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antithrombotic activities could be used as prophylactic or adjuvant COVID-19 treatment.

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Ukraine’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced the “Minefields Honey” project to draw global attention to the issue of de-mining and Ukraine’s new agricultural reality

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Diabetes mellitus remains a burden worldwide in spite of the availability of numerous anti-diabetic drugs. Honey is a natural substance produced by bees from nectar.

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Contrary to the will of citizens and the need to protect bees, European lawmakers are slowly disarming the flagship legislation aiming to reduce pesticides.

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At the beginning of winter 2008-2009, beekeepers from Ariège (South of France) reported worrying death rates in their colonies. They observed more than 4000 dead hives and whole apiaries decimated, leading to a strong suspicion of bee poisoning. .

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Bees, these extraordinary creatures that have inhabited the Planet for over 100 million years, are the common thread that tells the story of various ecological challenges.

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The results showed most UK beekeepers are treating their bees for Varroa using chemicals but 1,800 UK beekeepers have been 6 years treatment-free.

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Even in sublethal doses, Imidacloprid led to severe bioelement malnutrition in 69% of bioelements and to a stoichiometric mismatch in the others.

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Monitoring & analysis of honey bee losses in over 36 countries is mainly carried out by citizen science & volunteer beekeepers.

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Evaluating the effects of neonicotinoids on forager bees in conditions as near as possible to those in nature presents a big but necessary challenge.

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Effects of exposure to clothianidin on the thymus and gut microbiota are clear but not its next-generation impact.

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We explore the provisioning, regulating, and cultural services of the honey bee, an insect at the interface between human and ecosystem health.

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Both nectar and pollen are collected in portions of 20 to 30 mg. This requires four to five times more nectar foragers than pollen foragers in the hive.

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The European Commission’s proposed deregulation of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) made with new techniques.

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