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Year 2019, Volume: 19 Issue: 2, 23 - 32, 27.12.2019

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  • [1] GALLAI, N; SALLES, J M; SETTELE, J; VAISSIAE, B E (2009) Economic valuation of the vulnerability of World agriculture confronted with pollinator decline. Ecological Economics, 68: 810-821. [2] AIZEN, M A; GARIBALDI, L A; CUNNİNGHAM, S A; KLEIN, A M (2009) How much does agriculture depend on pollinators? Lessons from long-term trends in crop production. Annals of Botany, 103: 1579-1588. [3] MORANDIN, L A; WINSTON, M L (2006) Pollinators provide economic incentive to preserve natural land in agro-ecosystems. Agriculture, Ecosystems&Environment, 116: 289-292. [4] HENRY, M I; BEGUIN, M; REQUIER, F; ROLLIN, O; ODOUX, J F; AUPINEL, P; APTEL, J; TCHAMITCHIAN, S; DECOUURTYE, A (2012) A common pesticide decreases foraging success and survival in honey bees. Science, 336 (6079): 348-350. [5] THOMPSON, H M (2012) Interaction between pesticides and other factors in effects on bees. EFSA supporting Publications, EN-340, 204pp. Available from: http://www.efsa.europa.eu/publications [6] GILL, R J; RAMOS-RODRIGUEZ, O; RAINE, N E (2012) Combined pesticide exposure severely affects individual and colony level traits in bees. Nature, 491: 105-108. [7] POTTS, S G; BIESMEIJER, J C; KREMEN, C; NEUMANN, P; SCHWEIGER, O; KUNIN, W E (2010) Global pollinator declines, trends, impacts and drivers. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 25: 345-353. [8] YUCEL, B; MATIN, G; KARGAR, N (2014) Survey of honey bees and bee products for monitoring environmental pollution. In International Congress on “Green Infrasturucture and Sustainable Socities/Cities” GreInSus’14, Izmir, Turkey, May 8-10 2014, P 200. [9] BRITTAIN, C; KREMEN, C; KLEIN, A M (2013) Biodiversity buffers pollination from changes in environmental conditions. Global Change Biology, 19: 540-547. [10] BIESMEIJER, J C; ROBERTS, S P M; REEMER, M; OHLEMÜLLER R; EDWARDS M; PEETERS T; SCHAFFERS, A P; POTTS, S G; KLEUKERS, R; THOMAS, C D; SETTELE, J; KUNİN, W E (2006) Parallel declines in pollinators and insect-pollinated plants in Britain and the Netherlands. Science, 313: 351-354. [11] MEMMOTT, J; CRAZE, P G; WASER, N M; PRICE, M V (2007) Global warming and the disruption of plant-pollinator interactions. Ecology Letters, 10: 710-717. [12] KEVAN, P G (1999) Pollinators as Bio-indicators of The State of The Environment: Species, Activity and Diversity. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 74(1-3): 373-393. [13] CELI, G; MACCAGNANI, B (2003) Honey bees as bio-indicators of environmental pollution. Bulletin of Insectology, 137-139. [14] KENCE, A; ASLAN, O C; KAYIM, M; TOZKAR, O; KUKRER, M; YUCEL, B; DOGAROGLU, M; MUZ, M; GIRAY, T; KENCE, M (2010) The survey combining the COLOSS questionnaire and the questionnaire prepared for colony losses in Turkey. COLOSS Workshop of Standardized Protocols for Honey bee Vitality and Diversity. In Aarhus University, Denmark, June 16-18 2010.P 7. [15] WILLIAMS, G R; TARPY, D R; VANENGELSDORP, D; CHAUZAT, M P; COX-FOSTER, D L; DELAPLANE, K S; NEUMANN, P; PETTIS, J S; ROGERS, R E L; SHUTLER, D (2010) Colony Collapse Disorder in context. BioEssays, 32: 845-846. [16] APENET (2011) Effects of coated maize seed on honey bees. Report based on results obtained from the third year activity of the APENET Project. [17] DECOURTYE, A; ARMENGAUD, C I; RENOU, M; DEVILLERS, J; CLUZEAU, S; GAUTHIER, M; PHAM-DELEGUE, M H (2004) Imidacloprid impairs memory and brain metabolism in the honey bee (Apismellifera L.). Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology, 78: 83-92. [18] ALAUX, C; BRUNET, J L; DUSSAUBAT, C; MONDET, F; TCHAMITCHAN, S; COUSIN, M; BRILLARD, J; BALDY, A; BELZUNCES, L P; LE CONTE, Y (2010) Interactions between Nosema microspores and a neoicotinoid weaken honeybees (Apismellifera). Environmental Microbiology, 12: 774-782. [19] EASTON, A H; GOULSON, D (2013) The neonicotinoid insecticide imidacloprid repels pollinating flies and beetles at field-realistic concentrations. PLoS ONE, 8:e54819.

The Effects of Environmental Problems on Honey Bees in view of Sustainable Life

Year 2019, Volume: 19 Issue: 2, 23 - 32, 27.12.2019

Abstract

Sosyal ve ekonomik kalkınmaya paralel olarak yaşanan çevre sorunları nedeniyle doğanın dengesi ve sürekliliği her geçen gün bozulmaktadır. Bugün, bu artış doğanın binlerce yıllık birikiminin bir sonucu olarak ortaya çıkan muhteşem yaşam döngüsünü tehdit etmektedir. Doğal kaynakların aşırı ve bilinçsiz tüketimi ve artan dünya nüfusunun bir sonucu olarak doğanın dengesi bozulmaktadır. Bal arılarının ekosistemdeki önemi tartışılmazdır. Bal arıları bitkilerin tozlaşmasına yardımcı olur, verimi arttırır ve tarımsal ekosisteme önemli katkılarda bulunurlar. Ancak, pestisitler, tarımda kullanılan kimyasallar, bal arısı zararlıları ve hastalıklarla mücadelede kullanılan kimyasallar, çevre kirliliği, bal arıları arasındaki rekabet ilişkileri, radyasyon, iklim değişikliği, küresel ısınma ve koloni çökme sendromu (CCD) bal arılarının yaşamını tehdit etmektedir. Bu nedenle, çevre sorunlarını ve bunların bal arıları üzerindeki etkilerini daha iyi anlamak ve konuyla ilgili önlemleri hızlı bir şekilde belirlemek gerekmektedir.

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  • [1] GALLAI, N; SALLES, J M; SETTELE, J; VAISSIAE, B E (2009) Economic valuation of the vulnerability of World agriculture confronted with pollinator decline. Ecological Economics, 68: 810-821. [2] AIZEN, M A; GARIBALDI, L A; CUNNİNGHAM, S A; KLEIN, A M (2009) How much does agriculture depend on pollinators? Lessons from long-term trends in crop production. Annals of Botany, 103: 1579-1588. [3] MORANDIN, L A; WINSTON, M L (2006) Pollinators provide economic incentive to preserve natural land in agro-ecosystems. Agriculture, Ecosystems&Environment, 116: 289-292. [4] HENRY, M I; BEGUIN, M; REQUIER, F; ROLLIN, O; ODOUX, J F; AUPINEL, P; APTEL, J; TCHAMITCHIAN, S; DECOUURTYE, A (2012) A common pesticide decreases foraging success and survival in honey bees. Science, 336 (6079): 348-350. [5] THOMPSON, H M (2012) Interaction between pesticides and other factors in effects on bees. EFSA supporting Publications, EN-340, 204pp. Available from: http://www.efsa.europa.eu/publications [6] GILL, R J; RAMOS-RODRIGUEZ, O; RAINE, N E (2012) Combined pesticide exposure severely affects individual and colony level traits in bees. Nature, 491: 105-108. [7] POTTS, S G; BIESMEIJER, J C; KREMEN, C; NEUMANN, P; SCHWEIGER, O; KUNIN, W E (2010) Global pollinator declines, trends, impacts and drivers. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 25: 345-353. [8] YUCEL, B; MATIN, G; KARGAR, N (2014) Survey of honey bees and bee products for monitoring environmental pollution. In International Congress on “Green Infrasturucture and Sustainable Socities/Cities” GreInSus’14, Izmir, Turkey, May 8-10 2014, P 200. [9] BRITTAIN, C; KREMEN, C; KLEIN, A M (2013) Biodiversity buffers pollination from changes in environmental conditions. Global Change Biology, 19: 540-547. [10] BIESMEIJER, J C; ROBERTS, S P M; REEMER, M; OHLEMÜLLER R; EDWARDS M; PEETERS T; SCHAFFERS, A P; POTTS, S G; KLEUKERS, R; THOMAS, C D; SETTELE, J; KUNİN, W E (2006) Parallel declines in pollinators and insect-pollinated plants in Britain and the Netherlands. Science, 313: 351-354. [11] MEMMOTT, J; CRAZE, P G; WASER, N M; PRICE, M V (2007) Global warming and the disruption of plant-pollinator interactions. Ecology Letters, 10: 710-717. [12] KEVAN, P G (1999) Pollinators as Bio-indicators of The State of The Environment: Species, Activity and Diversity. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 74(1-3): 373-393. [13] CELI, G; MACCAGNANI, B (2003) Honey bees as bio-indicators of environmental pollution. Bulletin of Insectology, 137-139. [14] KENCE, A; ASLAN, O C; KAYIM, M; TOZKAR, O; KUKRER, M; YUCEL, B; DOGAROGLU, M; MUZ, M; GIRAY, T; KENCE, M (2010) The survey combining the COLOSS questionnaire and the questionnaire prepared for colony losses in Turkey. COLOSS Workshop of Standardized Protocols for Honey bee Vitality and Diversity. In Aarhus University, Denmark, June 16-18 2010.P 7. [15] WILLIAMS, G R; TARPY, D R; VANENGELSDORP, D; CHAUZAT, M P; COX-FOSTER, D L; DELAPLANE, K S; NEUMANN, P; PETTIS, J S; ROGERS, R E L; SHUTLER, D (2010) Colony Collapse Disorder in context. BioEssays, 32: 845-846. [16] APENET (2011) Effects of coated maize seed on honey bees. Report based on results obtained from the third year activity of the APENET Project. [17] DECOURTYE, A; ARMENGAUD, C I; RENOU, M; DEVILLERS, J; CLUZEAU, S; GAUTHIER, M; PHAM-DELEGUE, M H (2004) Imidacloprid impairs memory and brain metabolism in the honey bee (Apismellifera L.). Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology, 78: 83-92. [18] ALAUX, C; BRUNET, J L; DUSSAUBAT, C; MONDET, F; TCHAMITCHAN, S; COUSIN, M; BRILLARD, J; BALDY, A; BELZUNCES, L P; LE CONTE, Y (2010) Interactions between Nosema microspores and a neoicotinoid weaken honeybees (Apismellifera). Environmental Microbiology, 12: 774-782. [19] EASTON, A H; GOULSON, D (2013) The neonicotinoid insecticide imidacloprid repels pollinating flies and beetles at field-realistic concentrations. PLoS ONE, 8:e54819.

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Primary Language English
Subjects Agricultural Engineering
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Ekin VAROL

Banu YÜCEL This is me

Publication Date December 27, 2019
Submission Date October 29, 2019
Acceptance Date December 11, 2019
Published in Issue Year 2019 Volume: 19 Issue: 2

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APA VAROL, E., & YÜCEL, B. (2019). The Effects of Environmental Problems on Honey Bees in view of Sustainable Life. Mellifera, 19(2), 23-32.
AMA VAROL E, YÜCEL B. The Effects of Environmental Problems on Honey Bees in view of Sustainable Life. mellifera. December 2019;19(2):23-32.
Chicago VAROL, Ekin, and Banu YÜCEL. “The Effects of Environmental Problems on Honey Bees in View of Sustainable Life”. Mellifera 19, no. 2 (December 2019): 23-32.
EndNote VAROL E, YÜCEL B (December 1, 2019) The Effects of Environmental Problems on Honey Bees in view of Sustainable Life. Mellifera 19 2 23–32.
IEEE E. VAROL and B. YÜCEL, “The Effects of Environmental Problems on Honey Bees in view of Sustainable Life”, mellifera, vol. 19, no. 2, pp. 23–32, 2019.
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MLA VAROL, Ekin and Banu YÜCEL. “The Effects of Environmental Problems on Honey Bees in View of Sustainable Life”. Mellifera, vol. 19, no. 2, 2019, pp. 23-32.
Vancouver VAROL E, YÜCEL B. The Effects of Environmental Problems on Honey Bees in view of Sustainable Life. mellifera. 2019;19(2):23-32.