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  • Bumblebees Classification

    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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  • Research Paper On Bumblebees

    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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  • Flight Of The Bumblebee Analysis

    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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  • Bumblebee Fighting Optimus Prime

    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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  • Bee Pollinators Decline

    Pollinators on the Decline In recent years North America has been faced with a sharp decline in bee populations. Beekeepers are used to a certain amount of bees and hives dying off but the winter and spring of 2006-2007 brought about the most precipitous decline in decades. The historical rate for overwintering losses is 10-15% but from 2007-2011 this rate has been 28-33% (The Situation, n.d.). This event from 2007 has been coined as Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) and affecting as many as 35…

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  • Honey Bees Experiment

    Abstract: Research was done to determine whether or not honey bees prefer flowers of the Epilobium canum plant within a moderate range of color red intensity. This research is significant because it enables us to understand more about bee behavior, and, not to mention, it will aid farmers in crop production to select the most efficient pollinators for specific types of crops. E. canum plants were surveyed and later used to calculate the proportion of the color red per flowers for each plant…

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  • Bee Movie Analysis

    Bee movie, A bonafide modern classic. In the early 2000s we were all concerned about the disappearing bees, both in the mystery and in the potential economic and environmental impact. The White house formed a committee to investigate the issue, and several documentary such as the silence of the bees arose to inform the public. The mysterious death and disappearance of bees, known as colony collapse disorder or CCD is even more mysterious in that the face that underlying cause is unknown. Some…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Bees Pollinators

    Bees are the world's top pollinators. There are over 20,000 different kinds of bees, and they are unfortunately dying off due to the increase of pesticides. Pollinators transfer pollen and seeds from one flower to another, fertilizing the plant so it can grow and produce food. These insects are responsible for pollinating one third of the world's crops. Bees need to live without these inorganic forms of pesticides, so that they can produce honey and pollinate crops. These healthy bees were…

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  • Big Bees

    “Scientists Have Some Wild Ideas for Solving Our Big Bee Problem” The science disciplines this article presents are the study of applied environmental and animal science. Environmental science is the study of the environment and what affects it and animal science is the study of a role of an animal, which is why the article “Scientists Have Some Wild Ideas for Solving Our Big Bee Problem” its categorized under these disciplines because it is describing what in the bees do in the environment…

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  • Bees Persuasive Speech

    In my freshman year of college, I researched and prepared a speech for my communications class about the Colony Collapse Disorder affecting bees and what it could mean for the plants and animals reliant on pollinators. Just recently, bees became the newest addition to endangered species list causing increased concern over the vitality of our ecosystems if the humble insect were to be eradicated altogether. While few news organizations have written about the placement of bees on the list, one…

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