Bees Noga Bees are a very important part of our lives, as proven by theguardian.com and saveourbees.org.uk. Bees are important because they pollinate 84% of every single crop we eat. 84% means a third of every bite we eat. They pollinate crops such as broccoli, tomatoes, papaya, watermelon, strawberry, apples, mango, pears, and many more! Bees pollinate over 400 different types of crops.
“An estimated eighty percent of food in grocery stores is available on the shelves, thanks to bee-pollinated crops.”(How Bees Benefit Others) Avocados, blueberries, and broccoli are just some crops that would very scarce if bees did not help us. Bees are like humans in the way that they affect almost everything they touch. Bees are magnificent by carrying out their daily task they spread life to our ecosystem. Bees spread this thin layer cotton candy... type layer of dust that soaks into every living thing. In this way bees give a boost of nutritiment that acts as Earth’s natural fertilizer.
Many normal humans view animals as family member when they raise it at home. This lead a vegetarianism to gone mainstream as people have become concerned about the conditions of industry farms. At same time, however, millions of animals slaughtered for food each year in our meat-eating society. From the all animals, chickens are consider as most abused animal in United States. More chickens are raised and killed for food than all the other land animals combined, yet not a single federal law or citizens protects them from this tragic situation.
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
In different ecosystems, bees play an important role in pollination and the maintenance of natural plant communities. During millions of years, there is a complex interdependence between bees and most of the flowering plants which shows that bees and plant belong together. However, due to the using of agricultural pesticides or the climate changes, many bees loss to “colony collapse disorder” which may bring far-reaching impacts on world’s food supply and biodiversity. Bees are one of the common pollinators in animal pollination. According to David, Kevin and Emily’s (2015) research, it also points out that wild bees can support pollination of multiple plant species owing to the bees’ physique, numbers and behavior of foraging on same plant at one time.
You may be thinking that this doesn’t affect you in any way, but it does. Think about this: What would happen if bees go extinct? Nothing much, you may say, but it will be a huge impact on our lives. Why? Well, two of the main reasons are because bees pollinate a third of everything we eat and play a vital role in sustaining the planets ecosystems.
These tunnels weaken the wood and potentially damage the wood that keeps the house standing. 3. ODOROUS HOUSE ANTS- This ant gets its name from the strong, rotten coconut-like smells it gives off when crushed and the fact that they commonly nest in or around houses. They are native to the United States. They feed on dead insects and sugary sweets, especially melon.
Humans use makeup for special occasions and medicine to help with a sickness. Due to this scientist try to make new makeup and new medicine, and they do this with animals. From a diversity of animal species, to animals of all ages are used in terrifying research and tests. Over 100 million animals die each year just from make up, medical research and testing. Some people hate rodents including mice and rats, but using them for testing is not okay.
Factors that increase a population are called biotic potential and are factors such as: reproduction rate, defence mechanisms. Cactus Finches The male cactus finches are mostly black, with probing beaks while the females are streaked, like the ground finches. Both large and small finches are found on the large prickly pear cactus of the Galápagos, eating the small insects in the flowers or the fruit itself. You can find the small cactus finch in several islands except those inhabited by the closely related Large