Sectioning of Honey bees.

Discussion in 'Beekeeping Biology' started by Bcrazy, Jan 1, 2010.

  1. Bcrazy

    Bcrazy New Member

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    Hi Members,

    Firstly may I wish everyone on this forum A Happy New Year and may it bring all that you could wish for. :wave:

    Now down to business. I am looking into making up microscopic slides of sections of the Honey bee to obtain more information regarding the form and function of the bee. In particular the brain, glands and eye's. :confused:

    Do we have any member or do you know someone who might be able to help me in this new venture?

    Thank you all for taking the time to read my call for help!

    Regards;
     
  2. Charles

    Charles New Member

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    Way beyond my capabilities :confused: but sounds interesting. Looking forward to seeing the results...
     

  3. G3farms

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    No help here either.

    I do miss your other postings of the microscopic bee pics, what happened to you?

    G3
     
  4. Iddee

    Iddee New Member

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  5. Bcrazy

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    Thank you for the link I am just about to e-mail her .
    Thanks :)

    Regards;
     
  6. wfuavenger

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    you beat me to it... She is a very nice lady and I tried to get into a few of her classes when I was at WFU.
     
  7. Iddee

    Iddee New Member

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    Very nice, quite pretty, and extremely intelligent. Also a great speaker.
    I attended one of her talks, and although I couldn't keep up with her subject with my "honeybee size brain", her talk on the honeybee brain was very interesting.