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    Bumblebees Classification

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    The bumblebee is an insect belonging to the Apidae family, a subcategory branching out from the Anthophila clade. The bumblebee belongs specifically to what is identified as the Bombini tribe of bees, this tribe consists of large apid bees that commonly feed on pollen or nectar. The Bumblebee belongs specifically to the Bombus genus classification. Bumblebees require an ambient amount of flowing plants in their habitat. Flowers play a prominent role in a prosperous bumblebee habitat, this is due to the flowing plants providing nectar as it high in sugar and sustains a bumblebees energy levels and is their main source of fuel. The flowers also provide pollen; pollen provides a large array of necessary proteins and nutrients needed to ensure…

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    Bumblebees and Blueberries Many plants require insects for pollination, and therefore reproduction. Blueberries are one such species of plant. They are also one of the main products of Maine. In 2007 alone, Maine gained around 250 million dollars from their blueberry industry (University of Maine 2007). One of the key pollinators of Maine blueberries are the native bumblebees. There are 17 known native bumblebee species in Maine, but there seems to be a problem. It is well known that there has…

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    The musical piece Flight of the Bumblebee is an orchestral interlude from opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan written by Rimsky-Korsakov in 1899 based on the poem of the same name by Aleksandr Pushkin. It comes as the prelude to Act III, where a prince rescues a swan which is attacked by a bumble bee. The composer professionally used instruments of the orchestra to create pictures from the story. The musical piece is a programmatic music in ternary form that is representing the sound of a bumblebee.…

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    the Bumblebee, Body of the Snake The first settlers of this planet were filled with pride. Like a bumblebee, they searched for new ideas. At first so pure, humans would work from sun up to sun down. These men would have never imagined a world so selfish for it’s needs and desires. A world so enriched in their own desires that they would forget about all of the loved ones who worked together to create such a fine soul. These men created an unending cycle of thankfulness towards the Earth and the…

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    Transformers 5: The Last Knight is going to once again feature Michael Bay’s explosive prowess. But there is one thing that is more explosive than car chase, car crashes and robot explosions. Why is Bumblebee fighting Optimus Prime? Transformers 5 Shows Bumblebee vs Optimus Prime At the close of the Transformers 5: The Last Knight trailer, it looks like Optimue Prime is attacking his best buddy Bumblebee. There are not enough clues to indicate why the big guy turns on the little guy. However,…

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    Engage __5__ Minutes How will you start the lesson to engage and motivate students in learning? TEACHER: I will play recordings of Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Flight of the Bumblebee” (very fast) and Barber’s “Adagio for Strings” (slow) playing, switching between the two repeatedly as students enter and have them form a large circle around the classroom. STUDENTS: Informal Assessment: Students will form large circle, alternating between girls and boys. Students will correctly identify tempos by walking…

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    110185809 10/30/17 Christopher miles Save the world proposal The honey bee has many species to its name, so it is quite difficult to find which species of bee has been put as endangered the name of the Bombus affinis (the rust patched bumble bee) is seen on the list of endangered in the United States. The bee has seen a sharp decline since the 1990’s. the bees pollinate around 1/3 of the crops of the United States, this makes it a concern seeing as the bee is close to extinction. But what has…

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    Buzzkill Like they say, it’s the little things that count. The smallest actions can make the biggest changes. Honey bees, as small as they are, impact our daily lives a great deal . Why are Honey bees so important? Well, they contribute to our food sources, our environment, our health, but most importantly, our existence. It is important for us as a race to take care of their species when no one else can. We need to preserve the Honey Bees because they are vital to our survival and everyday…

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    Honey Bees Pollination

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    Bees pollinate over one third of the world’s vegetation, including tasty treats such as chocolate and coffee, but they’re also the only insect on this planet that are able to produce foods that humans can eat. Unfortunately, these environmental allies have been rapidly dying off in the past two decades. Due to harmful pesticides, this hardworking species are nearing extinction causing an abundance of devastating ecological problems. Luckily, steps can be taken to help stop the disappearance of…

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    Megan A. Collins Ms. Smith EN 102: Argument and Research 10 November 2017 Saving the Honeybees Without the honeybee we could be a starving world on the verge of extinction. Thankfully we have the South Carolina Beekeepers Association that is working to encourage the public’s interest in beekeeping and provide an education platform to train beekeepers for the future. The mission of the South Carolina Beekeepers Association is aimed at education and advocacy to make certain that South Carolina…

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