The Histological Structure of the Pyloric Valve in the Yemeni Honey Bees Queen and Worker (Indigenous) Apis Mellifera jemenatica (Hymenoptera: Apidae)

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M., Almehmadi, R. M, Al-Ghamdi, A. A. and Aljedani, D. . 2015
Life Science Journal
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The internal and histological anatomy of the
alimentary canal differs from an insect to another,
which it was different in metabolous insects , differs in
the larval and adult stage. In honeybee insect Apis
mellifera, the alimentary canal in the larvae consists of
the foregut with esophageal valve, the midgut, which
differentiates also, and hind gut, including ileum and
rectum (Snodgrass, 1984). In contrast, the alimentary
canal in the adult stage consists of the foregut,
including pharynx, esophagus, crop and gizzard, and
midgut with differentiation of the pre pyloric valve
area, and hindgut, divided into a valve, ileum and the
rectum (Snodgrass, 1984; Cruz-Landim, 1985)and the
honey bee Apis mellifera jemenatica is one of the
useful insects and is mentioned in the Holly quran.Both
of (Al Jedani et al., 2010&Al Mehmadi et al., 2010,
and al-Ghamdi et al., 2010) have studied the
histological structure of the guts in various stages of
the insect of Api smellifera jemenatica in both the
queen and worker bees cast.