2 edition of Normal and pathological histology of the ovaries in Bombus latr. (Hymenopt.) found in the catalog.
Normal and pathological histology of the ovaries in Bombus latr. (Hymenopt.)
Nils Bertil Palm
|Statement||With notes on the hormonal interrelations between the ovaries and the corpora allata.|
|Series||Opuscula entomologica. Supplementum, 7|
|LC Classifications||QL568.A6 P25|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||101|
|LC Control Number||53024255|
Histology and comparative anatomy of the cephalic labial glands Bombus terrestris has a pair of voluminous labial glands. Th ese glands extend from the occipital region, between the cerebroid ganglions and the eye to the mandibular glands. Th e histology of the cephalic labial glands of B. terrestris ﬁ ts with the observations of Ågren et al. An Bombus medius in uska species han Apidae nga ginhulagway ni Cresson hadton An Bombus medius in nahilalakip ha genus nga Bombus, ngan familia nga Apidae. Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista. Mga kasarigan. Ginhadi-an: Animalia.
Insect Science () 25, 75–86, DOI / ORIGINAL ARTICLE The cephalic labial gland secretions of two socially parasitic bumblebees Bombus hyperboreus (Alpinobombus) and Bombus inexspectatus (Thoracobombus) question their inquiline strategy Nicolas Brasero1, Baptiste Martinet1, Thomas Lecocq1,2, Patrick Lhomme3, Paolo Biella4,5, Irena Valterova´6,Klara Urbanov´ . STUDIES ON PESTS AND DISEASES OF BUMBLE BEE (BOMBUS HAEMORRHOIDALIS SMITH) Fig. 1 Development period of bumble bee, B. haemorrhoidalis from egg to adult Fig. 2. Sphreularia spp. Fig.3 Larva of Conopid fly Fig. 4a Mites attached on queen leg Fig. 4a Enlarged mite.
Dictionary entry overview: What does Bombus mean? • BOMBUS (noun) The noun BOMBUS has 1 sense. 1. bumblebees Familiarity information: BOMBUS used as a noun is very rare. Comprising nearly 20% of all bumble bees, the subgenus Pyrobombus is distributed across diverse habitats in the Northern Hemisphere and exhibits considerable morphological and behavioural variation relative to other subgenera. Its size and variation have led to questions concerning its monophyly and intrasubgeneric relationships, but too few known morphological synapomorphies and insufficient Cited by:
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Normal and pathological histology of the ovaries in Bombus latr. (Hymenopt. Lund, Berlingska boktr., (OCoLC) Material Type: Thesis/dissertation: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Nils Bertil Palm; Lunds universitet.
Ekonomisk-historiska institutionen. Get this from a library. Normal and pathological histology of the ovaries in Bombus latr. (Hymenopt. [Nils Bertil Palm; Lunds universitet. Ekonomisk-historiska institutionen.]. REPRINT** Normal histology and microscopical anatomy, with illustrations in the text many in color.
NORMAL AND PATHOLOGICAL HISTOLOGY OF THE OVARIES IN BOMBUS LATR. (HYMENOPT. Palm, N-B. Published by Berlingska Boktryckeriet, Lund Atlas of histology: normal microscopic anatomy of man.
Herrath, Ernst von. Normal and pathological histology of the ovaries in Bombus Latr. (Hymenopt) with notes on the hormonal interrelationships between the ovaries and the corpora allata Article. A bumblebee (or bumble bee, bumble-bee, or humble-bee) is any of over species in the genus Bombus, part of Apidae, one of the bee families.
This genus is the only extant group in the tribe Bombini, though a few extinct related genera (e.g., Calyptapis) are known from are found primarily in higher altitudes or latitudes in the Northern Hemisphere, although they are also found Class: Insecta.
Normal and pathological histology of the ovaries in. Bombus Latr. (Hymenopt.). since mated queens have reduced longevity and increased melanization Figure 2 Ovaries of Bombus terrestris. Cuckoo bumblebees are members of the subgenus Psithyrus in the bumblebee genus Bombus.
Until recently, the 29 species of Psithyrus were considered to constitute a separate genus. They are a specialized lineage which has lost the ability to collect pollen and to rear their brood. They have lost the worker caste and produce only sexuals, male and Class: Insecta. The most important epigenetic factors which are able to influence sexual differentiation in the animal kingdom are hormones, temperature and parasites.
Whereas in the first of these factors we are Cited by: Bombus occidentalis is most easily distinguished from other Bombus species based on hair coloration.
Note, however, that coloration in this species can be highly variable (Thorp et al. ), and a total of twelve female and twelve male color forms have been described (Franklin ).
Species composition and elevational distribution of bumble bees (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Bombus Latreille) in the East Himalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, India. Zookeys, 71– DOI: /zookeys Reference page.
Links. Bombus Latreille, Report on ITIS; Bombus: Bumblebees of the World from the Natural History Museum; Vernacular names. Bumble bees fall under the Family Apidae, their famous cousins being the honey bees, and organized into the Genus body plan consists of a head, thorax, and abdomen each containing their own specific segments.
On the head of the Bumble bee, there exists a. The tree bumblebee or new garden bumblebee (Bombus hypnorum) is a species of bumblebee common in the European continent and parts of the start of the twenty-first century, it has spread to the United Kingdom and bumblebees prefer habitats that others do not, allowing them to pollinate flowers in areas that many other species do not get : Apidae.
Bombus was founded in the year and at first it was just a very small post order firm. After a few years in the drawer a new Bombus was born into the city of Kemi in Northern Finland in the year The founders were Ossi Kosonen and Raimo Antikainen.
Decline of b umble bees (Bombus) in the North Amer ican Mid w est Jennifer C. Grixti a, *, Lisa T.W ong a, Sydney A.
Camer on b, Colin Favr et a a Center for Biodiver sity,Illinois Natur al Histor ySurve S. Oak Str eet, Champa ign, ILUSA b Department ofEntomolog y, Morrill Hall, S. Goodwin A venue Univer sity Illinois at Urbana- Champaign, Urbana, ILUSA.
Caste differentiation in bumblebees (Bombus Latr.:Hym.) I. — The determination of female sizeCited by: 1. Background. In colonies of eusocial insects, one or a small number of females (queens) dominate the reproduction of the group, whereas the other females (workers) remain (mostly) sterile .Proximate mechanisms that regulate this reproductive dominance include aggression and pheromones [2–4].It has been hypothesized that aggression originally mediated this conflict in the ancestral state Cited by: Bombus are primarily found in temperate climates and are particularly important pollinators in alpine and arctic environments.
There is a subgenus of Bombus called Psithyrus that are social parasites on other Bombus species. A Psithyrus queen enters the nest of a non-parasitic Bombus and kills the queen.
To determine whether ecdysteroids are associated with reproductive division of labor in Bombus terrestris, we measured their levels in hemolymph and ovaries of queens and heading colonies had large active ovaries with high ecdysteroid content, whereas virgin gynes and mated queens before and after diapause had undeveloped ovaries with low ecdysteroid by: Many species of bumble bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Bombus Latreille) are declining throughout their ranges in North America, yet detecting population trends can be difficult when historical survey data are lacking.
In the present study, contemporary data is compared to a survey to detect changes in bumble bee distributions throughout Arkansas. Introduction. Marking pheromones of bumblebee and cuckoo bumblebee males are produced by the cephalic part of the male’s labial gland (Kullenberg et al., ).During the premating behaviour, males scent-mark their territories to attract conspecific females for mating (Bergman, ).Although three different premating strategies are known in the genus Bombus (bumblebees, Lloyd, Cited by:.
The Rusty Patched Bumble Bee (Bombus affinis) Voluntary Implementation Guidance for Section 10(a)(1)(B) of the Endangered Species Act. Version U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Regions 3, 4, 5 and 6. Ma Chemical communication is not sufficient to explain reproductive inhibition in the bumblebee Bombus impatiens.
Padilla M(1), Amsalem E(1), Altman N(2), Hefetz A(3), Grozinger CM(1). Author information: (1)Department of Entomology, Center for Pollinator Research, Center for Chemical Ecology, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park Cited by: Bombus schrencki.
Taxonavigation. Taxonavigation: Bombus (Thoracobombus) at Natural History Museum. Create a book; Download as PDF; Printable version; Tools What links here; Related changes; Upload file; Special pages; Permanent link; Page information; Wikidata item; Cite this page.