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    Kapitula 1 Anya Kapitula Mrs. Strong LA 7 2 March 2017 Tiny Insect, Big Impact In the winter of 2012/2013, ⅓ of the United States’ honey bees disappeared or were found dead. According to writer Bryan Walsh of the Times magazine, this was a 42% increase over the previous year, which was well above the normal 10% to 15%. The bee population can be replenished over time, but as reported by Jeff Pettis, the research leader at the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Bee Research Laboratory, we are very close

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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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    Medical Use of Honey Bee Products

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    Apitherapy is the use of honey bee products in treating illnesses and diseases. Apis means “bee” while “therapy” is a treatment intended to relieve or heal a disorder. The different products derived from the beehive which can be used in apitherapy are: honey, pollen, propolis, venom, wax and royal jelly. Being from different cultural and ethnic backgrounds, we all have been exposed to honey bees and their products in unique ways. Despite our differences, collectively, we share great interest in

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    Beginning in 2006, United State started to have a shocking news of huge numbers disappearance of honey bees. Colony Collapse Disorder Preliminary Report by Diana Cox-Foster and Dennis vanEngelsdorp (2006) was mentioned, A beekeeper in Pennsylvania Dave Hackenberg is the first beekeeper reported the disappearance of honey bees phenomenon to entomologists. In an usual autumn day, Hackenbery check his bee’s hive in beehive as usual, he was surprised to find that only queen bee and young worker bees

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    HOney

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    Honey Stinger claims natural honey as the main component and source of energy in their product, which is supported by the carbohydrate composition of natural honey associated with positive effects on endurance and athletic performance. Athletes are generally advised to consume slow-burning sugars as they help in providing a sustained release of energy over a period of time (Anderson, Young and Prior). Honey is mainly composed of carbohydrates and water (Table 1), 95 to 99.9 percent of which are from

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    kid decides to go far away from home the next day, American parents will accept the fact quietly and easily. The child will prepare everything for the trip all by himself. When it is time to leave, the parents will hug him, kiss him, and bless him "Honey, good luck." On the contrary, Chinese parents will help their children to arrange everything, preparing a delicious meal and saying things like "You can't eat such good dinners any more. Eat more! If you aren't accustomed to the life there, just come

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    hidden names sugar has. I am not going to tell everyone all of the 56 names because that would take quite a while, but a few major ones are: corn sweetener, corn syrup, dextrose, fructose, fruit juice concentrate, glucose, high-fructose corn syrup, honey, invert sugar, lactose, maltose, molasses, raw sugar, sucrose, syrup and table sugar (Soechtig). Now, if everyone where to look at the products they have in there house, a majority of people would have one of these ingredients located on quite a chunk

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    Investigating Viscosity

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    cylinder * Steel ball bearing * Micrometer * Balance * Honey (100cm3) * Stopwatch * Ruler Plan ---- * Measure the radius of the ball bearing and also find its weight. * Find the mass of the honey. Weighing an empty measuring cylinder and then the same cylinder with the honey in it does this. The difference in the two recordings is the mass of the honey. * Find the density of both the steel and the honey. The equation Density = Mass Volume will be needed to

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    Matilda

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    Matilda’s teacher Miss Honey becomes very interested in her abilities, wondering where the child picked up such an ability to solve complicated mathematical equations and read such great novels for a child her age. Miss Honey is a petite woman. She is timid towards her aunt, Miss Trunchbull, but can handle the first semester kids very well. Miss Trunchbull, a large intimidating woman, is very cold at heart. She was suspected of rubbing off Miss Honey’s father, Dr. Honey, and forged a will that

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    Nick and Honey are presented as even more of an ideal couple. They are seemingly devoted to each other and are made uncomfortable by George and Martha’s constant attacks of each other. However, in the following acts, we find that this one is aptly titled “Fun and Games” when the truth is revealed about the two couples. In the second act, we learn that the idyllic perception of Nick and Honey’s marriage is exactly that: a fairy tale. George and Martha begin to attack Nick and Honey (as well as

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