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Diseases are ‘bee’wildering

July 6, 2014
By MARY BURNS DEAS , Observer Today

It's a common sight to see high school and college students bent over a microscope studying specimens in a biology class, but how about a group of "older" adults on a sunny Saturday in a class for no credit? This is exactly what occurred earlier this summer as members of the Chautauqua County Beekeepers Association met at the Agricultural Center in Jamestown. Unlike the typical plant cell slide assigned by the teacher or professor, these folks were examining bees and attempting to identify their diseases.



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