Ecological Archives A025-053-A5

Fabrice Requier, Jean-Franc, Ois Odoux, Thierry Tamic, Nathalie Moreau, MickaŽl Henry, Axel Decourtye, and Vincent Bretagnolle. 2015. Honey bee diet in intensive farmland habitats reveals an unexpectedly high flower richness and a major role of weeds. Ecological Applications 25:881Ė890. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-1011.1

Appendix E (Table E1). Nutritional value of analyzed pollen.

Species

n

Proteins (%)

Minerals (%)

Energy (KJ/Kg)

Pollen diameters (µm)

Papaver rhoeas

6

24.48 ± 1.75

2.17 ± 0.41

19820 ± 366.89

24.5

Sinapsis sp.

3

23.3 ± 0.1

2.7 ± 0.1

21398.67 ± 359.51

30.5

Mercurialis annua

3

16.2 ± 1.65

2.1 ± 0.26

20050 ± 428.68

23.5

Reseda lutea

3

27.5 ± 0.95

2.23 ± 0.15

19696 ± 378.72

22.5

Trifolium sp.

3

29.2 ± 0.87

3.1 ± 0.1

19700 ± 763.68

24.0

Trifolium pratense

3

28.17 ± 0.67

2.93 ± 0.12

20015 ± 289.91

36.0

Daucus sp.

3

19.17 ± 1.25

1.8 ± 0.2

19767 ± 18.38

17.5

Centaurea cyanus

1

24.1 ± NA

2.1 ± NA

NA ± NA

35.0

Zea mays

7

15.59 ± 0.74

1.6 ± 0.22

19154 ± 267.41

80.0

Helianthus anuus

6

16.33 ± 0.98

1.37 ± 0.05

20061 ± 412.78

39.5

Brassica napus var. olea

5

26.74 ± 1.54

2.54 ± 0.15

21644.33 ± 116.13

24.5

Crataegus sp.

3

28.23 ± 0.35

2.8 ± 0.1

20287.5 ± 68.59

38.0

Acer sp.

3

27.8 ± 0.78

2.77 ± 0.06

20796.5 ± 23.33

31.0

Rubus sp.

3

25.1 ± 0.53

2.5 ± 0.1

19247.5 ± 156.27

21.5

Cornus sanguinea

3

17.9 ± 0.2

3 ± 0.1

19638.5 ± 2.12

53.0


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