Abstract Submission


ABSTRACT SUBMISSION RULES

  • The abstract must be submitted in Microsoft Office Word. Please submit your paper using the formatting of the Abstract
    template. You can type your text directly into the sections.
  • Up to six keywords can be added.
  • The abstract should not include any figures, tables or extra headers.
  • Please, briefly explain the aim and scope of your study, your materials and methods, and the main conclusions of the study.
  • Abstracts will be evaluated meticulously by the Scientific Committee and accepted as oral or poster.
    If requested directly as a poster, the abstract should be stated when sending.
  • The subject of the abstract should be checked in the box next to the abstract topics under the abstract template
    (just click once).
  • Abstracts should be sent to [email protected]

  • Please click here for Abstract Template

ABSTRACT TOPICS

  1. BIOLOGY OF BEE, BREEDING, POLLINATION AND COLONY MANAGEMENT
    • Genetics, external anatomy and productivity of geographical races and ecotypes
    • Protection of gene pools
    • Methods and technologies for breeding value estimation and evaluation
    • Genetics of honey bee and genomic selection
    • Production of queen and drone and its quality
    • Reproduction characteristics of queen and drone and artificial insemination
    • Selection and cross-breeding activities to increase the efficiency of honey and other beekeeping products
    • Development of disease and parasite resistant strains
    • Results of colony collapse disorder for honey bees and prevention methodology
    • Development of bumblebee breeding techniques
    • Genotype X environment interaction in honey bees
    • Colony losses, reasons for losses and loss prevention methods
    • Development of new techniques and equipment in colony management
    • Environmental conditions affecting colony performance and its control
    • GSM, wired and wireless network-based colony monitoring systems and mobile applications in beekeeping
    • Beekeeping registration systems
    • Feeding honey bee colonies
    • Effects of colony management on product quality
    • Factors causing stress in colonies and measures
    • Importance of pollination
    • Genetically modified organisms (GDO) and pollinators
    • Improving efficiency of honey bees and the other pollinator bees in pollination
    • Usage of bumblebees and pollinators

  2. BIOLOGY OF BEE, BREEDING, POLLINATION AND COLONY MANAGEMENT
    • Measures need to be taken in protection of bee health
    • Environmental impact (pests- despoliation, migratory beekeeping), global warming and bee health
    • Hygienic behaviours and importance of them for bee health
    • Measures and combating methods against bacterial, viral diseases, varroa disease of bees, protozoa, fungi, bee lause and mites
    • Near threats, Aethina tumida, Vespa velutina and Tropilaelaps mites
    • Basic comb-driven potential honey bee health and pesticide residue problems
    • Relation between honey bee health-damages and colony losses
    • Impact of agricultural spraying on honey bees and bumblebees
    • Development of bee health database for Turkey and epidemiology
    • Global warming, honey bee/bumblebee-environment relations and future

  3. HONEY BEE PRODUCTS, PROPERTIES AND APITHERAPY
    • Honey, beeswax, bee's pollen, royal jelly, propolis, bee venom, apilarnil, bee bread and queen larvae
    • Apimedica, medical applications, results gained in medical applications and innovative applications
    • Apitherapy application centers, legal arrangements, protocols, control and certification, health declarations
    • Possibilities to use honey bee products for food, cosmetics, health production and treatment
    • Standardization in apitherapeutic products
    • New approach, bee air and beehive bed
    • Therapeutic properties of bee products and apitherapeutic production conditions
    • Using in productive health and completing medical of bee products
    • Api-Phytotherapy
    • Api-Aromatherapy
    • Api-Punktur
    • Api-Nutrition
    • Api-Frequency
    • Api-Air

  4. HONEY BEE PRODUCTS PRODUCTION, PROCESSING, PROTECTION, FOOD SECURITY AND TOXICOLOGY
    • Honey, beeswax, bee's pollen, royal jelly, propolis, bee venom, apilarnil, bee bread and queen larvae production techniques, technologies and standardization
    • Bee products ISO TC 34 SC 19 studies and situation of internationally standard studies of Turkish bee products and standardization
    • Parameters of pine honey in our country and transfer to ISO TC34 SC 19 studies
    • Organic production and good agricultural practices and standardization of organic honey bee products
    • Biochemical, carbon isotope and physical characteristics of monofloral honey and development of standards in this regard
    • Food control, legislation and certification problems in bee and bee products
    • Api-tourism
    • Diversification of by-products of bee products, production, preservation and marketing strategies
    • Food legislation and food control practices regarding honey bee products in Turkey and all around the world
    • Food safety of honey bee products
    • Hygiene and sanitation of honey
    • Analysis techniques of honey bee products
    • Practices to detect adulteration and imitation of honey bee products and legal sanctions
    • Environmental pollutants and forgery in honey bee products

  5. BEEKEEPING-FORESTRY RELATIONS, HONEY FORESTS AND ACCOMODITION
    • Marchalina hellenica, its biology, production and dissemination possibilities
    • Management, planning of forests suitable for honeydew honey production and beekeeping-forestry relations
    • Timing, colony management in honeydew honey production and potential risks in colony life
    • C4 problem, its reasons in honeydew honey and assessment of honeydew honey according to international criteria
    • Geographic labelling of honeydew honey
    • The other honeydew honeys and their characteristics
    • Standardization activities for honeydew honey
    • Programs, limits and opportunities in honey forest

  6. BEEKEEPING ECONOMY AND MARKETING
    • Socio-economic problems and their impacts on beekeeping
    • Migratory beekeeping and settlement problems
    • Promotion, marketing and branding of bee products
    • Economic analysis of beekeeping enterprises
    • Demand for bee products and consumer trends
    • Breeding problems and planning for future
    • Beekeeping legislation and arrangements
    • Risk management in beekeeping and beekeeping insurances
    • Sustainability of beekeeping enterprises and optimum size of an enterprise
    • Role of beekeeping in rural development and beekeeping investments
    • Geographical labelling of regional honeys and advantageous of labelling for producers and consumers
    • Visual, printed and interactive beekeeper training, awareness-raising activities for consumers



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