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    Recipe for a Busy Bee: MicroRNAs in Honey Bee Caste Determination Social caste determination in the honey bee is assumed to be determined by the dietary status of the young larvae and translated into physiological and epigenetic changes through nutrient-sensing pathways. We have employed...
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    The Utility of Shallow RNA-Seq for Documenting Differential Gene Expression in Genes with High and Low Levels of Expression The sequencing depth necessary for documenting differential gene expression using RNA-Seq has been little explored outside of model systems. In particular, the depth...
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    Sequence and Expression Characteristics of Long Noncoding RNAs in Honey Bee Caste Development – Potential Novel Regulators for Transgressive Ovary Size Division of labor in social insect colonies relies on a strong reproductive bias that favors queens. Although the ecological and evolutionary...
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    Transient Exposure to Low Levels of Insecticide Affects Metabolic Networks of Honeybee Larvae Given the changes we observe at the RNA and lipid level, it is reasonable so suspect that the synthetic neonicotinoid-class of insecticides are a factor driving the global decline of pollinating...
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    BeeDoctor, a Versatile MLPA-Based Diagnostic Tool for Screening Bee Viruses Most of the currently characterized honeybee viruses (around twenty) are positive stranded RNA viruses. Techniques based on RNA signatures are widely used to determine the viral load in honeybee colonies. A new...
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    Just like opinions and advice from local beekeepers . . . everything is not the same in all places. original article
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