Symposium: Enhancement of managed bee pollination efficiency and their interaction with the surrounding environment.
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Honey bees and bumble bees are the managed crop pollinators of major interest worldwide. From their pollination depends on a large amount of crop productions. Nevertheless, enhancement of their pollination potential (e.g. entomovectoring) is nowadays not fully exploited. Moreover, managed bees can influence ecology, evolution, and conservation of natural ecosystem, also in competition with other wild pollinators. Complex interaction between managed pollinators and the surrounding natural or agricultural environment is concern that has long term ecological and socio-economic impacts.
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