The Importance Of Digestion In Bees

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Digestion in Bees

Digestion is the way of breaking down food into smaller pieces that can be absorbed by the body easily into the circulatory system, and it is a feature that is done by all the animals on this planet and each one of them has his own and distinctive way that differ from others. So, Have we ever wondered how a small creature like bees can digest their food? And how they use their weak body in digestion through specific techniques? And as Leonardo Da Vinci said “The men of experiment are like the ant; they only collect and use. But the bee gathers its materials from the flowers of the garden and of the field, but transforms and digests it by a power of its own.”

First of All, Digestive tract consists of the pharynx inside the head of the bee and followed the esophagus, which starts narrow and bulging at the beginning of the abdomen component stomach honey or gall, swell Craw in the stomach and digestive By valve works as a filter between the gizzard and stomach digestive that leads to the small intestine and the large intestine , rectum and then anus and Malpighian opened(pipes that extract the defective material) in the beginning of the small intestine, opens jaw gland (the working one only ) in the upper jaws and related to the digestive system, and also related to the digestive system pharyngeal glands which Secrete
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The digestive system also features a working bee in the ability of the stomach contents to return in the opposite direction to the process of digestion
-Digestive system Functions: Salivary glands help in transforming bilateral sugars into sugars mono and during the entry of nectar into honey

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