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Title: Ulteriori isolamenti di attinomiceti dall'apparato digerente di api sane e di api malate da forma di "Mal nero"
Other Titles: Further isolation of actinomycetes from the digestive tract of healthy bees and bees from a diseased form of ill-black
Authors: Amici, Alba maria
Vecchi, Maria Adelaide
Issue Date: 1958
Citation: Amici A.M., Vecchi M.A., 1958. Ulteriori isolamenti di attinomiceti dall'apparato digerente di api sane e di api malate da forma di "Mal nero". Annali di microbiologia, vol.8, n°1-5, 93-97
Series/Report no.: Bures-B0315
Abstract: Following preceding papers on the isolation of some Actinomycetes strains in the digestive tract of bees affected with a particular type of "Black disease", the AA. have investigated their presence in healthy bees, as this kind of organisms had never been detected before in the digestive tract. Healthy and sick bees taken from two hives of a same apiary, one normal and the other affected with « Black disease » for 3 years and presenting a considerable and constant mortality, were examined. Actinomycetes were isolated from the healthy as well as from the sick bees. The AA. conc1ude that Actinomycetes are not responsible for « Black disease» for the following reasons: I) Actinomycetes are present in healthy and sick bees in practically the same percentage. 2) Actinomycetes may not be isolated from all the sick bees. 3) The species of Actinomycetes isolated from the sick bees are many and different.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2174/467
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