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  • Symbiotic Relationship Between Clownfish And Mutualism

    Symbiosis or a symbiotic relationship is a close a relationship/interaction between two organisms of different species. The three main types of symbiosis are mutualism, parasitism, and commensalism. Mutualism is the symbiotic relationship where both the species benefits from the other. For example, clownfish live in sea anemones and because of this the clownfish eventually become immune to the paralyzing sting of the sea anemone. The sea anemone gives the clownfish a home and protects the clownfish from predators while the clownfish can attract other fish into the sea anemone giving it food. The clownfish also eats any leftovers keeping the sea anemone clean. On the other hand, parasitism is the symbiotic relationship between two organisms where one of the organism lives off the other. An example of this could be fleas on a dog. The dog is the host and the fleas live off the dog by sucking its blood and shelters in their fur. Finally, the last type of symbiotic relationship is commensalism. Commensalism is when one of the two species benefits while the other is neither affected nor harmed. An example of commensalism is barnacles attaching themselves to whales. The barnacles get a ride from the whales which allows the barnacles to eat microorganisms along the way. On the other hand, the whales are not benefited or harmed by the barnacles. In this paper, I will discuss the symbiotic relationships between bees and their flowers and ant and their plants. Bees transfer pollen…

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  • Honey Business Case Study Of La Miel Filipina

    ABSTRACT La Miel Filipina is a honey business. It offers sophisticated, local varieties of natural wild honey that differ in taste, color, and texture mainly because the nectar source of bees are different and also because of the season and place it came from. Our revenue streams would all come from our sales in: businesses to consumers or as we all know the end customers, direct selling, bazaars, and agents. It is a business that is People, Planet and Profit-friendly. Our main focus is to sell…

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  • Neonicotinoid Pesticides

    Prelude Maintenance of robust wildlife communities is valued by many Americans as a central aspect of national pride and cultural heritage. What is less recognized is the role healthy ecosystems play in the health and sustenance of human populations. When wildlife or a piece of a wildlife system directly benefits human well-being it is referred to as an ecosystem service. Decline in bee populations worldwide is putting humankind at risk of damaging it’s most imperative ecosystem service: animal…

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  • Informative Essay On Honey Bees

    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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  • Nepenthes Gracilis Experiment

    Introduction Nepenthes gracilis, also goes by the name Slender Pitcher-Plant, is a widespread pitcher plant mostly found in Southeastern Asia. This plant distinguishes itself by the presence of a long tube-like, stretched pitcher which contains acidic fluid and enzyme to digest preys. N. gracilis also make use of its special trait, the lid on top of the pitcher to act as a trapping mechanism for preys looking for shield under its lid, and the nectar glands on the lids help in attracting preys…

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  • The Importance Of Beekeeping

    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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  • Honey Bees Pollination

    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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  • Honey Bees Extinction Essay

    There are many different speculations of why the honey bees are disappearing. Research suggests that one cause of the disappearance of the honey bees are diseases. One of the biggest threats to honey bees is Varroa Destructor “a large external parasite that attaches and sucks the blood from the bee. The Varroa mite, introduced by accident in 1987 by the Asian Honey Bee, has since developed a disastrous relationship with the American honey bee resulting in a significant loss from coast to…

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  • Honey Bee Pollination

    Approximately one-third of the food and beverages produced rely on honey bee pollination. As the honey bee population declines as a result of Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), a phenomenon that causes honey bees to flee their hive and eventually die during the winter months, the agricultural industry in the United States faces an economic loss nearing $20-30 billion dollars. The population decline has been attributed to many factors such as the parasitic Varroa mite, different types of viruses,…

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  • Cause And Effect Essay On Loss Of Bees

    There are few things in this world that affect every single thing on this Earth. Possibly because they are a common sight, most people do not realize one of these creatures is the lowly honeybee. They affect humanity and everything on Earth more than most know or admit. The sad thing is bees seem to mysteriously be disappearing when we need them most. Bees are a fundamental part of Earth, and we must act now to help them to save our precious home. The decline in bee population has been…

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