Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
American foulbrood has been present in New Zealand since 1877.
For instance, she knows just how to deal with the (wonderfully named) bacterial disease American foulbrood.
European foulbrood is not present in New Zealand.
Once the treatment is suspended the American foulbrood spores germinate successfully again leading to a disease outbreak.
Like many beekeepers, David gave the bees sulfathiozole and Terramycin to protect them against foulbrood.
In addition, hives that are contaminated with millions of American foulbrood spores have to be prophylactically treated indefinitely.
Eight years ago, the biggest challenge beekeepers faced was a disease called American Foulbrood, a bacterial infection that can be controlled with antibiotics.
Until 1906 the two foulbrood diseases were not differentiated and the condition was generally referred to as foulbrood.
American foulbrood spores are extremely resistant to desiccation and can remain viable for more than 40 years in honey and beekeeping equipment.
In the 1990s suspected cases of European foulbrood were found and a wider survey of hives was carried out but the samples proved to be negative.
There were problems in my dad's day: ants, skunks, wax moths and a couple of deadly but well-known bee diseases, like foulbrood and nosema.
Oxytetracycline is used to control the outbreak of American foulbrood and European foulbrood in honeybees.
American foulbrood (AFB), caused by the spore- forming Paenibacillus larvae ssp.
Drug treatment to prevent the American foulbrood spores from successfully germinating and proliferating is possible using oxytetracycline hydrochloride (Terramycin).
American foulbrood is present in a small percentage of hives with Sac brood and Chalk brood occurring in isolated cases.
Some have suggested that the syndrome may be an inability by beekeepers to correctly identify known diseases such as European foulbrood or the microsporidian fungus Nosema.
In 1907 it was demonstrated conclusively that a bacterium called Bacillus larvae was the cause of American foulbrood disease by fulfilling Koch's postulates.
Furthermore, the department helps protect honeybee colonies by developing early-detection tests for American Foulbrood(AFB) disease, and establish protocols to control the causal bacterium.
Fixed comb hives are no longer in common use in industrialised countries, and are illegal in some places that require inspection for problems such as varroa and American foulbrood.
The US Department of Agriculture's experimental research station at Beltsville, Maryland, was able to locate quickly a large apiary outside Baltimore where American foulbrood had broken out.
Concerned about the spread of foulbrood disease among bees in Missouri, Holekamp proposed a bill and successfully lobbied both houses of the Missouri State Legislature to pass a law to address the epidemic.
In New Zealand, the treatment of hives infected with the disease American Foulbrood with antibiotics is prohibited, and beekeepers are required by law to destroy such colonies and hives with fire.
For example, "hygienic behavior" is a task in which worker bees uncap and remove diseased brood cells that may be affected by American foulbrood (Paenibacillus larvae) or the parasitic mite Varroa destructor.
Further, insecticides, particularly when used in violation of label directions, have also depleted bee populations, while various bee pests and diseases are becoming resistant to medications (e.g. American foulbrood, tracheal mites and Varroa mites).
The genus includes P. larvae, which is known to cause American foulbrood in honeybees, the P. polymyxa, which is capable of fixing nitrogen and therefore is used in agriculture and horticulture, the Paenibacillus sp.
Słownik DIKI korzysta z technologii przechowującej i uzyskującej dostęp do informacji w urządzeniu końcowym Użytkowników (w szczególności z wykorzystaniem plików cookies). Wchodząc na stronę akceptujesz Politykę Prywatności i wyrażasz zgodę na przechowywanie oraz uzyskiwanie dostępu do danych przez stronę https://www.diki.pl w celu poprawy jakości przeglądania naszej witryny, analizy ruchu w naszej witrynie, a także wyświetlania spersonalizowanych treści promocyjnych i reklamowych.