Emerson Dechechi Chambó

Federal University of Amazonas, Nature and Culture Institute

Dr. Emerson Dechechi Chambó has a Bachelor’s of Biological Science, a specialist degree in Ecology, and a Master’s in Animal Production (with emphasis on Apiculture) from Western Paraná State University (UNIOESTE), Brazil. He holds a doctorate in Animal Production (Apiculture) from Maringa State University (UEM) and a postdoctoral degree in Sustainable Rural Development and Agricultural Sciences. He is Adjunct Professor at the Federal University of Amazonas (UFAM). He is a member of two renowned bee research groups in Brazil, namely, the Bee Research Group at UEM and the Group Insecta at UFRB. Top among his interests are the study of beekeeping and experimental statistics.

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Beekeeping and Bee Conservation - Advances in Research presents current issues in the field of bees in multiple contexts and ties together experiments conducted by some of the world's most renowned researchers. The authors' point-of-view and own research results are described in a clear and objective way, which is very useful for beginners in the study of the subject and is likewise valuable for the more experienced on the subject, who may find new hypotheses to be tested and broaden their future prospects in the field. The book is wide in scope, focusing largely on Apis mellifera. Topics range from genetics, to pollination studies, to the conservation of bees. It includes a chapter dedicated to stingless bees and another for bumble bees.

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