This is the first test of hygienic behavior in Apis mellifera intermissa in Algeria. We can conclude, that the Algerian local bees are characterized by a good. Apis mellifera intermissa. likes · 1 talking about this. Dites-en plus à propos de votre page ( caractères maximum). In this study, a landmark-based geometric morphometric analysis was carried out on three honeybee subspecies: Apis m. intermissa and A. m. sahariensis.
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Inteermissa file has been released under a license which is incompatible with Facebook’s licensing terms. Retrieved from ” https: Comparison with the genome of other Apis m. The timestamp is only as accurate as the clock in the camera, and it may be completely wrong. The denovo assembly generated contigs. Development of Varroa mite population in treated and untreated colonies in Tunisia.
You are free to use it for any purpose as long as you credit me and follow the terms of the license. France, Tunisia and Chile. Genetic assessment of Algerian honeybee populations by microsatellite markers.
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Society for the Study of Evolution [Retrieved ]. In a comparative study of five sub-species and A. Grooming and hygienic behaviour of Apis mellifera intermissa in Tunisia against Varroa jacobsoni. Poor or bad quality bases, probably originating from sequencing mis-calls, were trimmed off before subjecting it to the assembly software. With the help of SSPACE scaffolding using Illumina library, the assembly showed significant improvement in N50 value and significant reduction in number of contigs.
Draft genome sequence of the Algerian bee Apis mellifera intermissa
Buckfast bee Carniolan honey bee European dark bee Italian bee Maltese honey bee Africanized bee Apis mellifera scutellata Honey bee race. Open in a separate window. Archived from the original on You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use. This page was last edited on 13 Decemberat Apis mellifera intermissa is an African sub-species of the Western honey bee.
Retrieved from ” https: To fill these inter-scaffold Ns with nucleotides, gap closure is done using Gap Closer tool later. Previously classified as A. Retrieved from ” https: Ultrafast and memory-efficient alignment of short DNA sequences to the human genome.
Vignes Lebbe R eds. Abstract Apis mellifera intermissa is the native honeybee subspecies of Algeria. Some pathogens and viruses had been detected, at a low level, in A. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Support Center Support Center.
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Footnotes Appendix A Supplementary data to this article can be found online at http: Acknowledgments We would like to thank the Algerian beekeepers Hamzaoui M. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use.
Summary [ edit ] Description Apis mellifera intermissa 02, Tunisia Engel   Found in the south of Spain  and the Maghreb north of the Sahara desert in Africa, ranging from the east Libya to the west Morocco  and is adapted to dry climates. De-novo assembly of sequenced genome data Short reads paired-end read data, Dyolf77 and released under the license s stated above.
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Description Apis mellifera intermissa, Tunisia Such abilities of adaptation to variable climatic conditions, hygienic behavior, Varroa mite tolerance, low infestation with American foulbrood, Nosemaand DWV virus makes A.
Buttel-Reepen    a reviewed classification of genus instead states the sub-species as A. Comparison with the genome of other Apis mellifera sub-species promises to yield insights into the evolution of adaptations to high temperature and resistance to Varroa parasite infestation.