Видео, Наука и жизнь, Пчеловодство Признание в любви к пчелам. Почему пчелы такие крутые

13.08.22 17:13

Этот выпуск я хотел сделать очень давно. Можно сказать, готовился к нему несколько лет, собирая разнообразные исследования про удивительные способности пчел. В результате получилась история не только о пчелах, но и о людях — и про то, как мы зависим друг от друга. 

Книги про пчел, которые стоит прочитать:

— Bee – Claire Preston
— Советы старого пчеловода — Михаил Лупанов

Подкаст про пчел, который стоит послушать:

Honey Bee Obscura Podcast – Kim Flottum and Jim Tew

Список использованных источников:

— Did bees live in the time of dinosaurs? – The Conversation, 2019
Как и зачем птицы общаются с охотниками за медом – Элементы, 2016
— Honey, I love you: our 40,000-year relationship with the humble bee – The Guardian, 2017
— Early alphabetic writing in the ancient Near East: the ‘missing link’ from Tel Lachish – Cambridge University Press, 2021
— From biomedicine to buzz pollination: why we need a plan „bee” – Particle, 2019
— Why Dead Bees Can Sting – University of California, 2017
— Magnetic Sensing through the Abdomen of the Honey bee – Scientific Reports, 2016
— A Closer Look: Honey Bees and Magnetic Field — Bee Culture, 2018
— A Comparison of Honeycomb Structures Built by Apis millifera – NASA, 1989
— Honey bees rally to their queen via ‘game of telephone” – Science, 2021
— Honeybees’ waggle dance reveals bees in rural areas travel farther for food – Science Daily, 2021
— Bees’ ‘waggle dance’ may revolutionize how robots talk to each other in disaster zones — Frontiers Science Communications in Engineering, 2022
— Scientists discover bees can „turn back time,” reverse brain aging – Arizona State University, 2012
— Are they watching you? The tiny brains of bees and wasps can recognise faces – The Conversation, 2018
— Honeybees can solve basic math problems. Really – Vox, 2019
— Honeybees join humans as the only known animals that can tell the difference between odd and even numbers – The Conversation, 2022
— Study: honey bees understand nothing – Vox, 2018
— Bees can learn higher numbers than we thought – if we train them the right way – The Conversation, 2019
— Secrets of Math From the Bee Whisperer – Quanta, 2020
— Shimmering Bees – Kottke.org, 2021
— Honeybees found using tools, in a first—to repel giant hornet attacks – National Geographic, 2020
— Insect Declines in the Anthropocene – Annual Review of Entomology, 2020
— Worldwide decline of the entomofauna: A review of its drivers – Biological Conservation, 2019
— Insulated hives could protect bees from next summer’s heat waves – Phys.org, 2022
— Pesticides can amplify each other. Bees have become the victims – Vox, 2021
— Agrochemicals interact synergistically to increase bee mortality – Nature, 2021
— Much of the world’s honey now contains bee-harming pesticides – Science News, 2017
— Pollinators and Global Food Security: the Need for Holistic Global Stewardship – Food Ethics, 2016
— Economic valuation of the vulnerability of world agriculture confronted with pollinator decline – Ecological Economics, 2009
— Planting mixes of flowers around farm fields helps keep bees healthy – The Conversation, 2022

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