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Guiding the Honeybee Navigation System Using the Second-Harmonic Line Width of 456 nm Nd:GdVO4 Laser to Prevent CCD Phenomenon
  • Fatemeh Mohammadi ,
  • Mohammad Amin Bozorgmanesh
Fatemeh Mohammadi
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Mohammad Amin Bozorgmanesh
Department of Electrical Engineering

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Today, one of the biological problems is electromagnetic pollution in the environment. The intensity of electromagnetic radiation is so pervasive that it is now known as a form of latent and silent pollution. The study of the biological effects of these waves on the growth and development of living insects - such as bees - are considered by many scientific communities around the world. However, the response of honey/wild bees to traps designed to selectively stimulate bee light receptors by fluorescent light indicated that selective arousal of the blue light receptor type was highly attractive. In this paper, to selectively stimulate the blue light receiver in bee species in order to guide the bee navigation system to return to its hive and prevent the colony collapse disorder (CCD) phenomenon, high-efficiency continuous laser emission by second-harmonic line width of 456 nm Nd:GdVO4 laser is proposed.
2023Published in SSRN Electronic Journal. 10.2139/ssrn.4439495