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    Bee Pollination Of Bees

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    are other pollinator insects, but bees are like we said; the most efficient. Honeybees take role in pollinating many fruits as well, which includes apples, cherries, mango, peach, pears, watermelons, and berries. Many vegetables and flowers also need bee pollination to survive. Bees decline will not only affect us human, but other livings things as well, flowers in the first place, will perish, because certain flowers depend on only the pollination of bees. Try to imagine a hill with a garden of flowers

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    ​ Asian honey bee (AHB) is a pest bee most commonly known for competing with European honey bees for food and nesting. These pest bees nest in urban cavities and therefore have the potential to overlap geographically with western honey bees. Asian honey bees are a natural host for the varroa mite or varroa destructor, a parasitic mite that attacks European honey bees, causing a disease known as varroosis. The mites attach to the body of western honey bees, sucking hemolymph and weakening them. During

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    The Carpenter Bee

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    possibility of bee extinction is closer than you think. According to Elite Daily, it was reported in 2014 that the bee population is already less than half of what it was just 69 years ago (Haltiwanger, 2014). So,

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    Growing up as a kid the sight of a bee flying around was often terrifying, despite this there’s a complex story unfolding behind the scenes as they travel the world in countless numbers, gently landing from flower to flower. The rusty-patched bumble bee, Bombus affinis, plays a pivotal role within ecosystems, with responsibilities such as collecting nectar and pollen and helping the foods that are largely consumed today, flourish in abundance. Recently, the rusty-patched bumblebee was put on the

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    What Is Fame? A Bee

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    published, and she is now one of the most renowned American poets. The poem “Fame is a bee” (1763) expresses her view of fame, but it is not clear whether she really had no interest in being famous, or whether it was her desire, the path to immortality. In the first line Dickinson uses a metaphor when she states that “Fame is a bee”, and she continues by explaining why it is true. Fame possesses everything that bee does – “song”, “sting”, and “wing”. “It has a song” (line 2) can be interpreted as that

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    Bee Pollination Essay

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    services. However, alternative native or the locally and naturally-available bees that are not formally managed may also provide significant contributions to crop pollination. There is a general decline in Honey bees and other wild bees like bumble bee in North America and Europe, although similar trends have not been documented in other parts of the world such as Australia and Africa. Of particular concern is increased global cultivation of pollinator-dependent crops such as high value fruits and

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    Bee Creative Writing

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    yellow jackets, and all sorts of creepy crawly creatures is natural for everyone including myself. And facing my fears and stepping out of the box is not something I typically want to do, so when my father told me one day that he wanted me to become a bee keeper with him, I knew I was going so far out of my comfort zone that I was frightened I would be scarred for life. Two years ago, later June my dad and I scoured the web to find people who were selling their bees at a reasonable price since we were

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    happened with the honey bee hives across the country. Millions of bees vanished from their hives. The disappearing bees left billions of dollars of crops at risk and it threatened our food supply. So today I will be talking about The honey bee and answering the following questions: First,what is the honey bees purpose in life, secondly how we are harming them and thirdly how the honey bees help us in our daily lives and their importance. First, lets look at the honey bee and it’s purpose in life

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    Akeelah and the Bee

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    Akeelah Anderson, an eleven year old African American student from the Crenshaw neighborhood of South Los Angeles, struggles to overcome the limitations of her environment in order to succeed in a national spelling bee competition. As our group discussed the film Akeelah and the Bee we first wanted to look at the themes the film presents. We originally thought of the more oblivious ones such as how race and socioeconomic class play apart in the film. We also started to notice that the film presented

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    only do honey bees produce honey, but they do much more to help people. According to Malcolm T Sanford, a professor at the University of Florida “the honey bee is credited with approximately 85% of the pollinating activity necessary to supply about one-third of the nation’s food supply” (Sanford 1). Over 50 crops rely on pollination of the honey bee. (Sanford 1). Without the pollination, the crops will not get what they need for them to grow and produce. With this result, a majority of crops may be lost

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