In our world, there insects and other living things that we don't know about.there is one thing that makes us live is the Honeybees,they help us live by helping the plants stay alive.the plants are also important because because the plants give off oxygen. we need oxygen to live or we will die. why we need honeybees and why people don't have to kill them.we need honey bees so much for their tasty honey and also for their spread of pollen.the pollen is for the plants to live without pollen the plants die without plants we humans die as well.we need bees so much its there job for bees to spread the pollen on the plants.honeybees do to d be harm because bees are such nice insects they are always calm insects they do not mess with no one they are always calm people mess with them and that is why bees attack because they protect their nest. we can save the honey bees by not spraying repellent on them when they are near your house.we all know that y'all people think they are dangerous and can harm your children and yourselves.alright lets talk about how we can
The honey bee is an important insect that has been around since the beginning of time. Recently their population has been dramatically decreasing. A large amount of our crops require honey bees to pollinate them to produce resources. As the honey bee fades away, our society seem to be not to acknowledging this. It may take a dramatic drop in wanted goods and popular foods to be scarce until people actually care about the honey bees.
In terrestrial ecosystems, bees play an important but barely recognized role as pollination seeing flowers are their main food source. Pollinators strongly influence ecological relationships, ecosystem stability, genetic variation in the plant diversity, specialization and evolution . Bees’ great numbers, physique and behavior appears to be dominating the production of seed, fruits and crops for us or the animals to consume. Other goods that bees produce are brood, honey and wax are prime food source of some animal species. The presence of bees is vital to keep enough food supply and continuous reproduction of many insect-pollinated plants which helps substation of species and promotes biodiversity globally.
I think that bees should be included on the zodiac calendar. The reason for it is that we all know that the earth is very connected, and how some organisms need others to survive. Bees are important for the survival of many organism, well technically the whole world would be very different if it didn’t have bees. Crops and plants get pollinated by bees; as in the things we eat and sell for food and income.
Honey Bee Homicide Imagine a world without colors, flowers, or even air. This is a world without bees, which at the current rate, it will not be long until this description fits our planet. The endangerment of bees has many driving factors; the principal components being the increase of parasitic mites, the decrease of careers as beekeepers, the heightened use of pesticides, and the loss of biodiversity in honey bee habitats. For instance, two invasive species of mites expanded to North America twenty years ago, varroa and tracheal mites, which are responsible for a large portion of the honeybee deaths.
Introduction: This research proposal will focus on the important ecological topic of colony collapse disorder in bees. Colony collapse disorder is identified by rapid loss of worker bees that died away from the hive, leaving the young bees, or brood, and the queen bee. The disorder is said to be caused by several different factors, including, but not limited to, pesticides, diseases, pathogens, mites, commercial transportation and climate change. Without the worker bees, the rest of the hive would not be able to sustain itself and most of the bees would eventually die. This is an important issue in ecology because bees are crucial to many ecosystems as pollinators.
There is sufficient evidence to infer bee pollination is a keystone to the global cultivation. Their services are believed to provide better quantity of harvest around the globe. According to Food and Agriculture of the United Nations (FAO), the probability of fertilization and berry production occurred in flowers is approximately 90% in the vicinity of their colonies. On the other hand, without the presence of bees, there is more or less 40% reduction in such possibility. It, without doubt, is apparent 87 of all 115 leading crops, which comprise 90% nourishment for the world, are part of the benefits that bees are bestowing upon humans due to pollination, as asserted by The White House.
Honey Bees have been on planet Earth for more than 100 million years. Each year the bee population has grown and multiplied, until, recently. “In the last half decade alone 30% of the national bee population has disappeared and nearly a third of all bee colonies in the U.S. have perished. Though the rate of bee depopulation is growing each year, 42% more last year than the year before, even at the current annual rate the estimated monetary loss is a colossal 30 billion dollars a year.” (8) A new disease of epidemic proportions is sweeping honey bee populations all over the world.
The honeybee is often one of the most overlooked insects that we commonly see, often people associate the honeybee with more aggressive species of slightly similar looking wasps. For this reason, people seem to dislike or even fear stingless bees such as honeybees, bumble bees, and orchid bees. These harmless pollinators are essential to our survival, as Allison Benjamin and Brian McCallum state in their book “A World Without Bees”: “The majority of flowering plants need animals to pollinate them, and the honeybee is perfectly engineered to perform the task, with a body designed to trap pollen and a work ethic that leaves no petal unturned. Without the honeybees, the vitality and color of the planet would be lost.”
There are very few people who like bees, and many people around the world have a negative opinion of the honey bee. There are many factors that contribute to this popular opinion. Some of the reasons that people have a poor opinion of bees are due to the fact that they are allergic to them, are afraid of them, or simply find their presence annoying or irritating. However, while most people have negative feelings towards honey bees, there are many characteristics of them that make their existence essential to our way of life.