Bee gene change caused by neonicotinoids

"Given the changes we observe at the RNA and lipid level, it is reasonable so
suspect that the synthetic neonicotinoid-class of insecticides are a factor
driving the global decline of pollinating insects. Species risk extinction if
they fail to adjust effectively to the demands of a changing or new environment.
We find evidence that dietary traces of the insecticide imidacloprid impacts
physiology of larvae from bee colonies located in a typical British agricultural

add to any