Enhancing Bee Immunity to Safeguard Ecosystems
The balance of our ecosystems teeters on the edge of crisis.
Worldwide, extinction rates are soaring to alarming levels.
Higher Than The
Human activities have amplified climate change, disrupting the
equilibrium and affecting those essential to maintaining harmony.
Some of Nature's Unsung Heroes!
Bees play a pivotal role in their
ecosystems by pollinating numerous plants!
Allowing more food and diversity
to be produced.
Enriching the environment with more
resources and places for nature to thrive
Some bees have been domesticated and provide
direct economical value in the
form of honey and wax!
Yet, bee populations worldwide
are in decline...
Native-Introduced Bee Competition
Vectors of Disease
Various Bacterial and Fungal Pathogens, and...
The deadly Varroa destructor mite feeds on the bodily fluids of honeybees
Deformed Wing Virus
DWV affects the formation of a honeybee's wings, rendering them unable to fly
Introducing... The Spillover Effect
The virus does not pose a direct impact to honey bees affecting bee farmers... But it also poses the risk to be spread in the environment by worker bees!
So, What If There Was a Vaccine for Bees?
Why not use that? Viruses lack the cell wall needed to generate immunity or be passed to future generations through TGIP
can step in.
leveraging the bee's natural immune system to combat them.
By doing this, we aim to reduce bee mortalities, strengthen their defense against mites and pathogens, and crucially, diminish viral loads in the environment.
Honey bees face challenges, but with ImmuniBee, we stand with them.
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