Honey Bee Gene Expression Altered By Mite Parasitism | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News ) – New research is revealing the genetics underpinning honey bees’ response to Varroa destructor parasitism — and providing new clues about what makes some bees tolerant to these destructive mites.

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