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A new paper in PNAS Nexus, published by Oxford University Press, indicates that chemicals used in agriculture, like fertilizers and pesticides, can change the way bees 'see' a flower, and that this reduces the number of bees visiting a flower.
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The research showed that the length of a flower's corolla, or petals, affects how this pathogen is transferred between bees because shorter corollas mean that fewer bee faeces wind up inside the flower itself and in the path of bees looking for nectar.
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Washington [US], June 26 (ANI): A recent study by researchers discovered that changes in temperature negatively impact several species of bumble bees over the past 120 years. A group of researchers revealed that change in temperature has a negative impact more than other factors- precipitat
Washington [US], June 24(ANI): A new study revealed that change in temperature has negative impact over the past 120 years on several species of bumble bees. The researchers also discovered that change in temperature has a negative impact more than other factors like precipitation or floral