Apidae


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Apidae

[′a·pə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of hymenopteran insects in the superfamily Apoidea including the honeybees, bumblebees, and carpenter bees.
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Deri testi pozitif bulunan 44 hastadan 15'inde her uc venom turune karsi, apidea ve polistes icin 4'unde, apidae ve vespidae icin 2'sinde, polistes ve vespidae icin 2'sinde duyarlilasma oldugu saptandi.
Turkiye'nin guney bolgesinde yasayan kisiler arasinda, apidae, polistes ve vespidae venomlarina karsi toplumda onemli duzeyde duyarlilasma vardir.
Golden ve arkadaslari, Baltimor (ABD) bolgesinde 269 fabrika calisani uzerinde apidae ve vespidae venomu kullanilarak yaptiklari arastirmada sensitizasyon oranini %17 bulmuslardir (8).
Herbert ve Salkie'nin Kanada'da 86 ofis calisaninda, yine RAST testi kullanarak yaptiklari arastirmalarinda apidae ve vespidae turlerine karsi %12 oraninda duyarlasma oldugu belirtilmistir (17).
Supernumerary chromosomes in Partamona helleri (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Meliponinae).
Five percent of the species were in the family Colletidae, 24% in Halictidae, 13% in Andrenidae, 20% in Megachilidae, and 38% in Apidae.
Apart from ants, Halictidae, Sphecidae, Vespidae, Apidae, termites (Isoptera), thrips (Thysanoptera), Platypodidae, and Aphididae contain the only eusocial insects.
Most of the insects visiting flowers of these hybrid azaleas were bees in the families Andrendidae, Halictidiae, and Apidae.