Data from: Transcriptional markers of sub-optimal nutrition in developing Apis mellifera nurse workers

Vanessa Corby-Harris, Beryl M. Jones, Alexander Walton, Melissa R. Schwan & Kirk E. Anderson
Background: Honey bees (Apis mellifera) contribute substantially to the worldwide economy and ecosystem health as pollinators. Pollen is essential to the bee’s diet, providing protein, lipids, and micronutrients. The dramatic shifts in physiology, anatomy, and behavior that accompany normal worker development are highly plastic and recent work demonstrates that development, particularly the transition from nurse to foraging roles, is greatly impacted by diet. However, the role that diet plays in the developmental transition of newly...
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