Honey Bees Reaction

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I chose Honey Bee for our project because I recently watched the Bee Movie, and from that movie I got into thinking if what the writers of the movie are really true about bees. Also recently when I was in the restroom washing my hands there was a bee came in and started flying, so I smacked it and it died. Since I was bored that time, I tried to dissect it, but I did not know what each of parts’ purpose. And since all bees are important to all living things because of its pollute will affect the productions of flowers, plants and livestock 's like vegetables and fruits that will be consume by animals and humans. In this paper, Honey bees will be discuss as what are honey bees, how it interact with humans, how the consequences of the interaction …show more content…
The honey helps boost energy since it can be a good source of carbohydrates which not only provide energy but also strength, and reduce fatigue in the muscle. Honey is as an antibacterial and antioxidant to help the digestive system stabilize and help the body fight diseases. Since, Honey is gentle to the stomach, it can be use to help get rid of hangovers. Also, while honey soothes the throats, at the same time it kills all bacterias that is causing infections. Cuts and burns such as yeast infections, arthritis pain and athlete 's foot can also be treated by honey since it helps keep clean the external wounds and gets rid of infection. Honey is also used to help someone with insomnia or helps them go to …show more content…
Pesticides have not only caused direct losses, but decreased amount in pollination, wax production, and honey benefits of over $283 million per year. An estimated of annual losses of $210 million from the pollination of honey bees to crops. Other possible explanations for the decline of honey bee populations includes the poor nutrition from its food, loss of habitat, and the poor management of the beekeepers. A recent study had stated the US beekeeper that since 1990, a one-fifth of honey bee’s domestic-managed honeybee hives for reasons that include two kinds of mite infestations, spraying of pesticides, diseases and several other factors. Many scientists believe that human activities—such as urban sprawl that causes habitat losses and non-sustainable farming practices that rely on the heavy use of chemical pesticides and herbicides—are the fundamental cause of widespread biodiversity losses among bees as well as many other plant and animal species. The leading cause of death is thought to be an Asian mite, especially among smaller beekeepers. But researchers also cite changing farming habits, which have favored soil-eroding crops such as soybean, and increasing use of pesticides, both by beekeepers and farmers, as key contributors to bee die-offs (Preface to

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