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The role of fat bodies in bee health

All insects have fat bodies—tissues that contain lipids, glycogen, triglycerides, and some protein. Fat bodies store and release energy according to the demands of the insect. The energy stored within these tissues is especially important during larval growth and other periods when feeding is restricted. The metabolic action of fat bodies is often compared to […] Read more

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