Glucose Oxidase: A Food Protective Mechanism in Social Hymenoptera Public Deposited

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  • The previously suggested protection from microbial attack of ripening nectar by the addition of glucose oxidase by the common honey bee, Apis mellifera L., has been found to occur in 9 other eusocial Hymenoptera from 3 superfamilies. The antibacterial effect results from the accumulation of hydrogen peroxide produced by the enzyme during ripening of the stores.
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  • Burgett, D. M. (1974). Glucose Oxidase: A Food Protective Mechanism in Social Hymenoptera. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 67(4), 545-546.
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