Vagner De Alencar Arnaut De Toledo

State University of Maringa Brazil

Vagner de Alencar Arnaut de Toledo is Animal Scientist from State University of Maringá (1985), master's degree (1991) and doctorate (1997) in Zootechnics - Animal Production (with an emphasis on Beekeeping) from the Universidade Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho (FCAV - Jaboticabal) and the post-doctorate in Sciences - Entomology from ESALQ-USP in 2006. He is currently at the State University of Maringá and Head of the Department of Animal Science at UEM from July 2018 to September 2020 (Ordinance No. 429/2018-GRE) and October 2020 to September 2022. He completed his master's (1991) and PhD (1997) in Animal Production (with emphasis on Apiculture) and postdoctoral degree in Sciences - Entomology (2006) subarea honey analysis. He is Titular Professor at the Maringa State University. He teaches Beekeeping and Meliponiculture at the University for Animal Science where he is also Head of the Experimental Farm at University. He previously served as the coordinator of the undergraduate course at the same university from 2010 to 2014. He has been the coordinator of the Bee Research Group (GPBee-UEM) at Maringa State University for more than 24 years. He has published eighty articles in specialized scientific journals and presented hundreds of works in poster or oral form, abstracts, reports, and conference proceedings at national and international events. He has published two books and 11 chapters. He has received five awards and/or honors. He coordinated six events aimed at students and producers. Works in the area of Animal Husbandry, with an emphasis on Beekeeping. In her professional activities she interacted with 137 collaborators in co-authorships of scientific works. In your Lattes CV, the most frequent terms in the context of production scientific, technological and artistic-cultural are: Apis mellifera, Africanized honeybees, Africanized, bee behavior, royal jelly production, technology and management, Tetragonisca angustula, biology floral, breeding and queen selection, MRJP3.

Vagner De Alencar Arnaut De Toledo

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Honey Analysis - New Advances and Challenges discusses advances in honey research. Topics include the physicochemical characteristics of honey from stingless bees, the therapeutic properties of honey, melissopalynological analysis as an indicator of the botanical and geographical origin of honey, and methods for authenticating honey. Written by experts in the field, this book provides readers with an indispensable source of information, assisting them in future investigations of honey and beekeeping.

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