How do honey bees help with human survival?
they polonate the flowers thus makin fruit for the humans to eat
Without honey bees, 70% of your food will disappear and honey will no longer exist. Honey bees are important for the process of pollination. Without honey bees there will be no fruit, vegetables, grains or other vegetation. Without honey bees pollinating plants, there would be no flowers, and no way for many plants to be fertilised.
Bees are becoming extinct because of parasite, habitat loss, and cell phones. There are farms that raise commercial honey bees, and ship them to other farms. People can help to reverse the extinction by planting flowers that bees are attracted to, and by not using pesticides in their gardens. Another way to help reverse this is to support local beekeepers by purchasing their honey.
How do I move honey bees that are building a hive in my compost barrel And can I purchase a hive to move them into?
answer #1) several ways. the most apparent is that they make honey, which we use in a very large percent of our sweet food products, such as ice cream, cake, and other items. honey is a large industry. answer #2) Bees help by pollinating flowers, which helps the flowers reproduce to grow more flowers. They also provide humans with honey.
Bees make honey from nectar which they collect from flowers. Enzymes in the bee's saliva help break down the more complex sugars in the nectar, for example, sucrose is converted into glucose and fructose. They then put the nectar into honeycomb cells. Worker bees maintain a flow of air through the hive by fanning with their wings and this, together with the warmth in the hive evaporates water from the nectar. Once the bees think…
There are several bees all very social of the genus Apis, that produce honey. Especially A.mellifera, which is domesticated throughout the world as a source of honey and beeswax. They can be fairly aggressive especially when protecting their queen. The numbers of honey bees are on the decline for some mysterious reason. Can anyone help with info. on that?
Oh absolutely yes! Without bees (specifically Honey Bees), there won't be as many plants in the world. And, there will be no more honey or beeswax. Also, they provide food for the birds. However, you can kill wasps. They just build nests and terrorize people. They have no help to the plants in the environment.
Call a bee keeper. Bees are not usually a pest but are valuable for continued preservation of the Earth's survival. Without them we will eventually starve. A bee keeper will capture the queen of the hive and take them to a more acceptable place to live. Extermination will likely do more damage to you than the bees and removal should only be done by someone who knows what they are doing. Bees are only a…
Drone honey bees (males) do nothing in the hive. They leave the hive to mate with virgin queens. The queen honey bee lays all the eggs in a hive and produces queen pheromone, which inhibits ovary development in the workers. Worker honey bees will over the course of their lifetime do all the other jobs in a hive. Worker honey bees have what is called a temporal division of labor. This means that as they…
Bees give us honey which is used in thousands of products throughout the world. Including as a natural medicine and plain honey soothes a sore throat. We also use beeswax for chap-sticks that help with chapped lips. Therefore if bees are to become endangered then we should save them for the things the give us, honey and wax. Not to mention some people use the stingers for physical therapy.