MORPHOLOGICAL SIGNS OF BEEBREAD

V. Brovarskiy, J. Brindza, S. Velichko, A. Kolesnik

Abstract


The results of morphological and statistical research of ambrosia have been received from wax (control) and artificial (experiment) honeycombs.  After combs to had been kept for 6 - 8 days, beebread granules mainly had a loose structure. On the 10th - 12th day, the number of granules has increased which had a mean structure for the formation. On the 14th day about 6% of granules in general mass of the products were taken from the section which had a loose structure, and 49 and 59 % bee breads - middle and dense. On the 15th day a beebread structure was dense. The ambrosia granules are determined to have obtained artificial honeycombs.

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