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Honey Bee Population Dynamics and Neonicotinoids


Abstract Honey bees (Apis mellifera) are responsible for pollinating nearly 80\% of all pollinated plants, meaning humans depend on honey bees to pollinate many staple crops. The success or failure of a colony is vital to global food production. There are various complex factors that can contribute to a colony's failure, including pesticides. Neonicotoids are a popular pesticide that have been used in recent times. In this study we concern ourselves with pesticides and its impact on honey bee colonies. Previous investigations that we draw significant inspiration from include Khoury et Al's \emph{A Quantitative Model of Honey Bee Colony Population Dynamics}, Henry et Al's \emph{A Common Pesticide Decreases Foraging Success and Survival in... (more)
Created Date 2016-05
Contributor Salinas, Armando (Author) / Vaz, Paul (Thesis Director) / Jones, Donald (Committee Member) / School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences / School of International Letters and Cultures / Barrett, The Honors College
Subject Biology / Mathematics / Bees
Series Academic Year 2015-2016
Type Text
Extent 49 pages
Language English
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Collaborating Institutions Barrett, the Honors College
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