Honey, as produced by honey bees.
If you're referring to the substance produced by bees, it is 'hachimitsu.'
Honey is the sweet substance made by bees.
No. They are different. Honey is a substance produced by bees. Buckwheat is a plant grown in the ground.
Honey is produced by bees.
Miel is French for honey, a sticky, sweet-tasting substance produced by honey bees.
Honey is a sweet substance that is produced by bees and can be used as an alternative to sugar. The Scottish translation for the word, honey is mil.
No. Honey is a substance obtained from bees. Bees produce honey from pollen, not nectar.
"Honey," as in that which is produced by honey bees, is 'hachimitsu.'
Making honey. If you buy a jar of honey in a supermarket, it has been produced by honey bees.The uses for honey bees are to produce honey
Yes. Honey can be produced again and again by bees.
Honey bees die in high temperatures
No. Honey is only produced by the honey bee - Apis Mellifera.
They are both produced by bees.
Wax and honey are not the same thing. The bees make wax to store honey inside. The honey is a separate substance that the bees use for food.
Honey bees make honey. They live in colonies and store the honey to feed the larvae. Most solitary bees, such as bumble bees, make only a little of a honey-like substance which they eat themselves.
No. Royal Jelly is a substance produced by worker bees to turn a bee egg into a larva which will develop into a young queen.
It depends on your definition of pure substance. In its natural state, honey is a pure substance. Natural honey is a pure natural substance producted by bees. However, honey is a mixture of a great many different elements.
There are some kind of honey produced by bees, according to the kind of flower they get their stock, but basically honey has the same molecular structure with some variations.
Bumblebees defecate a yellow, liquid substance which could probably be confused with honey, however, they do not defecate honey.
No, syrup is not honey. Honey is a natural substance created by bees. Of course, you can use honey in place of syrup; many people do.
Honey bees are unique because they make honey -- the only food eaten by man that is produced by insects.