Special Issue "Honey Bee Genetics and Physiology Research"
A special issue of Insects (ISSN 2075-4450).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 August 2023) | Viewed by 218
Interests: apis mellifera; honeybee; pesticides; biotechnology; physiology
Interests: genetics; evolution; honey bees; bioinformatics
Interests: honey bee; Apis mellifera subspecies; introgression; population genetics; genetic diversity; conservation genetics; molecular adaptation; SNPs; microsatellites; DNA metabarcoding
The honey bee (Apis mellifera) plays an important role in agriculture and ecosystem function. Understanding honey bee genetics and physiology is the first step toward protecting this important species from a variety of threats, including pesticides, electromagnetic fields, introduced parasites and pathogens, nutrition, introgressive hybridization, and climate change. Different threats may affect honey bees in different ways, including changes in physiology, as well as gene expression. This Special Issue (SI) welcomes manuscripts that use genetics and/or physiology to understand the status of honey bee populations, as well as the impact of various threats on honey bee populations.
Dr. Paweł Migdał
Dr. Dora Henriques
Prof. Dr. Maria Alice Pinto
Manuscript Submission Information
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- molecular biology
- gene expression
- environmental threats
- climate change
- bee nutrition pesticides