Bee pollen is a ball or pellet of field-gathered flower pollen packed by worker honeybees. They are called beebread for the hives as it is their primary food source as well. Bees collect pollen from plant anthers, mix it with a small dose of the secretion from the salivary gland which consists of bees’ digestive enzymes and nectar, and place it in specific pollen basket on their hind legs.
Back in the hive, the pollen will be dampened with saliva and fragmented by flightless bees and packed in the brood cell with a thin layer of honey and wax coated.
Bee bread constitutes the basic protein source and other dietary requirements for developing larvae and young adults for the bee colony. Moreover, it is also the source of nutritional and mineral substances for royal jelly produced by worker bees.
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