2008
DOI: 10.4067/s0718-34292008000200008
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EVALUACIÓN DEL COMPORTAMIENTO HIGIÉNICO DE APIS MELLIFERA L. EN RELACIÓN AL NIVEL DE INFESTACIÓN DE VARROA DESTRUCTOR ANDERSON & TRUEMAN

Abstract: La apicultura en Chile ha sido importante sobre todo para la pequeña y mediana agricultura, por los diversos productos que se pueden extraer de esta explotación, pero uno de los mayores problemas son la incidencia de enfermedades y parásitos. Una de las principales patologías es el ácaro ectoparásito Varroa destructor Anderson & Trueman, debido a su difícil control, ya que se reproduce en celdas operculadas de cría, disminuyendo la población de la colonia y en infestaciones severas haciéndola desaparecer por c… Show more

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“…Colonies with high HB removed more than 95% of the perforated offspring, albeit at 48 h [30]. The hygienic-behavior percentages observed in this investigation were higher than reports in Chile (20-80%) [34] and Peru (71.75%) [35]. However, they were lower than the values reported in Cuba, where an average of 90% of removal of dead broods was identified [29].…”
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confidence: 52%
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“…Colonies with high HB removed more than 95% of the perforated offspring, albeit at 48 h [30]. The hygienic-behavior percentages observed in this investigation were higher than reports in Chile (20-80%) [34] and Peru (71.75%) [35]. However, they were lower than the values reported in Cuba, where an average of 90% of removal of dead broods was identified [29].…”
Section: Discussioncontrasting
confidence: 52%
“…In Mexico and Chile, Varroa infestation rate and hygienic behavior lack of relationship [34,53]. The effectiveness of HB in reducing IR depends on several factors as the stage of colony development, environmental conditions [54], and parasite biology [2].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%