Plant secondary metabolites are not only highly active against bacteria and fungi, they might even enhance selective foraging and feeding decisions in the colony. A recent publication revealed that the terpenes of leaves, pollen, and nectar of thymus vulgaris inhibit growth of bee disease-associated microbes_ Scientific Reports


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