The Buzz: Proteomics and Honey Bee Embryogenesis

It takes 72 hours of embryogenesis for the most prevalent and active hive member, the honeybee worker (Apis mellifera linguistica), to emerge from incubation and contribute to honey production. During these 72 hours from egg to hatchling, the bee’s body develops into a fully functional adult. Fang et al. (2014) have documented changes in the proteome with Read the rest of this article

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