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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about Beekeeping.
See also changes related to Beekeeping, or pages that link to Beekeeping or to this page or whose text contains "Beekeeping".

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  • Africanized bee [r]: Hybrids of the African honey bee, Apis mellifera scutellata, with various European honey bees. [e]
  • Australia [r]: Continent in the Southern Hemisphere and the federal parliamentary nation that occupies it. [e]
  • Bee [r]: Flying insects of the order hymenoptera, closely related to wasps and ants. [e]
  • Domestication [r]: The process of habituating wild animals or plants to live in association with humans, thereby providing us with food, livestock and pets. [e]
  • Insect [r]: One of numerous small arthropod animals with six legs, an exoskeleton that grows by molting, and oftentimes wings. [e]
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  • Pollination management [r]: Horticultural practices that accomplish or enhance pollination of a crop, to improve yield or quality, by understanding of the particular crop's pollination needs, and by knowledgeable management of pollenizers, pollinators, and pollination conditions. [e]
  • Pollinator decline [r]: The reduction in abundance of pollinators in many ecosystems worldwide. [e]
  • Pollinator [r]: Biotic vector that moves pollen from the male anthers of a flower to the female stigma of a flower to accomplish fertilization or syngamy of the female gamete in the ovule of the flower by the male gamete from the pollen grain. [e]
  • World War II, Homefront, U.S. [r]: A description of life in the U.S. during World War II. [e]