Data from: The geometric framework for nutrition reveals interactions between protein and carbohydrate during larval growth in honey bees

Bryan R. Helm, Garett P. Slater, Arun Rajamohan, George D. Yocum, Kendra J. Greenlee & Julia H. Bowsher
In holometabolous insects, larval nutrition affects adult body size, a life history trait with a profound influence on performance and fitness. Individual nutritional components of larval diets are often complex and may interact with one another, necessitating the use of a geometric framework for elucidating nutritional effects. In the honey bee, Apis mellifera, nurse bees provision food to developing larvae, directly moderating growth rates and caste development. However, the eusocial nature of honey bees makes...
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