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Giemsa Staining Haemocyte Types Detection

After I have reviewed the Haemocyte types in honey bee, therefor, I will provide you how apis mellifera haemocytes appear under the microscope, their basophilic, acidophilic colors and how Haemocytes Giemsa Staining  appear. In this article, we will start from the beginning, from collecting haemolyph, passing through preparation of giemsa, consequently, ending …

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Stress-related Detoxifying Enzymes

In this part of my review, I have searched a lot about the detailed information about the effect of stress-related detoxifying enzymes, but with no gain. So, I had two options, pain or gain but I have chosen the gain-pain, so, I decided to provide you, my blog readers, about …

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Honey bee Haemocyte Types

Honey bee haemocyte types

HAEMOCYTE TYPES – FEATURES – FUNCTIONS – ORIGIN – HISTOLOGY First of all, I thought if I’m looking for a cleared details about honey bee haemocyte types, one should find these information easily, but I was shocked when the true that one cannot get them from one place or even …

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Honey bee humoral immune response “apis mellifera”

Honey bee humoral immune response

Honey bee humoral immune response The recognition of invading pathogen either as bacteria or fungi or even viruses is followed by the immediate de novo synthesis of antimicrobial peptides (AMPs) and their secretion into the hemolymph (Zasloff, 2002; Bulet et al., 2004). These peptides are mainly synthesized by the fat …

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Honey bees haemocytes nanoparticles “Apis mellifera”

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Honey bees haemocytes nanoparticles “Apis mellifera” Introduction In this model, we will use Drosophila melanogaster as it is homologous. 1.1. What is difference between homologous and heterologous gene? Heterologous gene expression is inserting or synthesis of a gene into a host cells that it normally does not produced while homologous gene …

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