However, Argentine ants can adjust to a variety of circumstances and will build their nests and colonize just about anywhere, including your home and garden. What Do They Eat? The worker ants prefer sweet foods, but will eat anything. They forage 24/7. They care for and protect insects like aphids to obtain the honeydew they secrete.
The portion before the inquiry lab utilized the usage of different foods to determine exactly which food the flies would experience more of an attraction towards. From the chi square calculations and analysis of the inquiry lab, the flies were found to be highly attracted to sugary foods such as jam, as opposed to sugarless substances like taco sauce, which would later determine exactly what the inquiry
He includes how insects can be specifically seasoned to make them tasteful. For example, he captions under a photograph, “Plenty of worms and a frisson of danger to a taco […].” This builds his argument because it expresses to the readers that insects can appeal to their sense of taste, and they can add more flavor to other foods that people often eat. This encourages readers to go out and purchase insect foods and try them. Tenenbaum also includes that the insects can “pull out the carbohydrates and fats and minerals” in foods. He is persuading that if people eat insects, they will gain the energy from the carbohydrates, fats, and
Community: An aardvark’s community consists of ants, termites, lions, hyenas, and leopards. Interspecific Interactions (interspecific competition, mutualism, predation, herbivory): Aardvarks are omnivores because they eat ants, termites, grass, roots, and occasionally underground fruits. They are predated by lions, hyenas, and leopards. They also face interspecific competition with animals such as prairie dogs and weasels, vying for a similar diet of insects, grass, and roots. Level of Trophic Structure: Aardvarks are considered to be primary consumers on the trophic structure.
Title: Stirring up the Bittersweet Truth: Sugar and Artificial Sweeteners Hook: All sugars can be chemically and physically addictive to the body, sometimes the outcome is not worth the pleasure when it can lead to an early death. Thesis: When it comes to Sugar and artificial sweeteners is one healthier than the other? *** POINT 1: Over consumption of sugar leads to weight gain, obesity, and other health risks. Excessive amounts of artificial sweetener increases appetite which can lead to weigh gain and obesity as well. Subject A, Point 1: In the Sugar Surprise: Dieter’s Dilemma, Beth Mansfield addresses how much sugar the average person consumes in a daily basic.
Compare/Contrast By:Jaidyn Solis The texts “Eat Your Bugs” by Miguel Vilar and Lauren Allen and “Insect Farmers...” by The Washington Post have both similarities and differences. The first similarity is, both articles suggest that you should eat bugs. For example, on page 21 of “Eat Your Bugs” the text states “Looking for a new tasty treat? Bug food may be the answer.” Similarly, on page 1 of “Insect Farmers” it says “Bug in your salad? No problem.” This is similar because both articles are trying to convince you to into eating bugs by saying that other people have no problem with eating bugs.In both cases the authors believes that eating bugs is ok and is trying to convince you into eating bugs.
My unpopular opinion: SUGAR IS BAD We all know sugar tastes good, but what it does to our bodies is very bad. Not only does sugar cause weight and health issues like obesity and diabetes, but eating a diet with a lot of sugar actually affects our brain 's functions. Not all sugars are bad. Our bodies turn the food we eat into good sugar called glucose. Glucose comes from foods like bread and pasta, and our bodies use it to give us energy.
Then the Aztecs Economy was like maize, squash, beans, tomatoes, and chilies were things they would grow. Their method of farming would use the floating gardens where they would plant on the marshland. Now, we will talk about the Inca and their Economy and it was like Maize, cocoa, beans, grains, potatoes, sweet potatoes, ulluco, oca, mashua, pepper, tomatoes, peanuts, cashews, squash, cucumber. And those were the main plaint they grew and the Inca planted seeds and waited for it to grow that was their way of farming. And now we will talk about the similarities and differences of the three so what was simuler was they all grew maise, squash, and beans.
I enjoyed the first sentence, “Sugar not only makes you fat it may be killing you,” due to its bluntness and harshness to readers. Not only does it get straight to the point, this accusation informs that fat is not the only thing to worry about. The variety of statistics presented in bullet points gives interest to the reader’s eyes as it is different from the lines of words in paragraph after paragraph. I also believe that this portion allows readers to really “pick out” the information. I would like to know however why honey is bad for the health.
You can use your homemade dark brown sugar exactly as you would the version from a grocery store. A Decent Second Choice: Light Brown Sugar Light brown sugar is an effective dark brown sugar substitute simply because it is also a blend of molasses and sugar. The difference is that less molasses is used. You can increase the molasses content by adding a tablespoon of molasses to each cup of light brown sugar and removing a tablespoon of the sugar. Another option is simply to use unadulterated light brown sugar.