Topics discussed include bee species, life cycles, and the amazing products of the honey bee hive.
What does HBH stand for?
HBH stands for Honey Bee Hive (various organizations)
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We have 27 other meanings of HBH in our Acronym Attic
- Helsinki Biomedical Graduate Program (Helsinki, FL)
- Honey Bee Genome Project
- Helsinki Biomedical Graduate School (University of Helsinki; Finland)
- House Brackmann Grading System
- Hispanic Bilingual Gifted Screening Instrument (intellectual evaluation tool)
- Human Brain Glutamate Transporter
- Human Biochemical Genetics Unit (University College London; UK)
- Hamburg Hall (Carnegie Mellon University)
- Heart Break Hotel
- Hellbound Hackers (website)
- Hormones-Beauty-Health (beauty care products)
- Hour by Hour (project planning/scheduling)
- Heparin-Binding Haemagglutinin Adhesin (gene)
- Human Basophil Histamine Assay
- Hyman Brand Hebrew Academy (Overland Park, KS)
- Half Bred Horse Breeders Society
- Hamilton Bradshaw Human Capital (investment fund)
- Hawaii Business Health Council (health care group; Honolulu, HI)
- Healthy Babies Healthy Children (Ontario, Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The findings offer a new window on the inner life of the honey bee hive, which once was viewed as a highly regimented colony of seemingly interchangeable workers taking on a few specific roles (nurse or forager, for example) to serve their queen.
Within each field, six monitoring sites were established along two transects at about 10, 200 and 500 feet from the field edges, where honey bee hives were placed, so we could conduct analyses with distance from hives as a factor.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The recent and mostly mysterious colony collapse disorder has pummeled honey bee hives, adding another burden to the bees' already long list of woes: beetles, mites, and diseases like foulbrood and chalkbrood.
An anti-technology group in Germany massaged a report done by German researchers who several years ago put the base only of a home cordless phone in a honey bee hive to see what it would do.
She recalled a trip to Uganda as ambassador of Hive Action, a fundraising campaign to produce 5,000 honey bee hives in Africa.