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Record number 416603
Title Cross infectivity of Nosema bombi, transmission and impact on bumble bee colonies (Bombus terrestris)
Author(s) Steen, J.J.M. van der
Source In: "Pollinator parasites". "Biodiversity, impact and control of microsporidia in bumble bee (bombus spp.) pollinators". EU Cordis (QLK5-2001-00741) Technical report on Nosema bombi. - Sweden : Department of Entomology, Sveriges Lantbruks Universite - p. 107 - 119.
Event Sweden : Department of Entomology, Sveriges Lantbruks Universite Professional meeting of bumble bee breeders, Wageningen, The Netherlands, 2 December 2005, 2005-12-02/2005-12-02
Department(s) PPO Bees
Publication type Contribution in proceedings
Publication year 2005
Abstract The project "Biodiversity, impact and control of microsporidia in bumble bee (bombus spp.) pollinators" (acronim "Pollinator parasites") within Key Action 5 of the Fifth framework R&D Programme Quality of LIfe and Management of Living Resources was initiated January 1, 2003 and terminates December 31, 2005. The project is financed by the European Commission (QLK5-2001-00741) The main objective of the project is to investigate prevalence and diversity of intracellular parasites (Microsporidia) in European Bombus spp., to investigate consequences of such infections and how they can be controlled in bumble bee rearing
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