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  • Widespread exploitation of the honeybee by early Neolithic farmers. 

    Roffet-Salque, M; Regert, M; Evershed, RP; Outram, Alan K; Cramp, LJ; Decavallas, O; Dunne, J; Gerbault, P; Mileto, S; Mirabaud, S; Pääkkönen, M; Smyth, J; Šoberl, L; Whelton, HL; Alday-Ruiz, A; Asplund, H; Bartkowiak, M; Bayer-Niemeier, E; Belhouchet, L; Bernardini, F; Budja, M; Cooney, G; Cubas, M; Danaher, EM; Diniz, M; Domboróczki, L; Fabbri, C; González-Urquijo, JE; Guilaine, J; Hachi, S; Hartwell, BN; Hofmann, D; Hohle, I; Ibáñez, JJ; Karul, N; Kherbouche, F; Kiely, J; Kotsakis, K; Lueth, F; Mallory, JP; Manen, C; Marciniak, A; Maurice-Chabard, B; McGonigle, MA; Mulazzani, S; Özdoğan, M; Perić, OS; Perić, SR; Petrasch, J; Pétrequin, AM; Pétrequin, P; Poensgen, U; Pollard, CJ; Poplin, F; Radi, G; Stadler, P; Stäuble, H; Tasić, N; Urem-Kotsou, D; Vuković, JB; Walsh, F; Whittle, A; Wolfram, S; Zapata-Peña, L; Zoughlami, J (Nature Publishing Group, 2015-11-12)
    The pressures on honeybee (Apis mellifera) populations, resulting from threats by modern pesticides, parasites, predators and diseases, have raised awareness of the economic importance and critical role this insect plays ...