Bee Kingdom











Bee Kingdom
Is the first place in terms of benefit at the level of insects, because of this insect provides flowers of pollination, also provides the human honey, and vary in honey types, and the use of each type of these types, and these types of honey Sidr, and Kashmiri honey
Dehydration is a lactating insect that works on the production of honey and beeswax. The bees join a family of gout and there are more than twenty thousand species of bees.
 It is widespread in all parts of the world except Antarctica, and bees are in the form of a large and cooperative society called the Kingdom of the Bees.

Bee sting is a means of self-defense and countering any external aggression that may attack it in its nest. This enemy may be one of the fiercest pests, including insects, or the animals that attack them to obtain their honey.







This kingdom consists of: -
Queen bee :-
 The body of the queen is different from the rest of the cell in terms of physical characteristics. It is heavy in weight, color, large in size, short wings, long body and short hose. The queen's body lacks pollen and pollen. It takes a bent shape with a light tooth, and only one queen can sting. The Queen is full of two large ovaries occupying a position in her stomach. The queen spends her whole life among the walls of her kingdom, leaving her only for pollination or purification. The Queen is quiet and safe, walking above the wax tablets inside the cell. The Queen is responsible for feeding the women and feeding them. Royal, and spends her life in the royal house inside the cell.





The queen bee eggs: -
 The queen works after fertilizing the male to put two types of eggs, and is classified into fertilized eggs and another non-enriched, and be as follows:
 Eggs enriched
 The queen turns to the royal house to put her fertilized eggs into larvae with queens inside her. If placed inside the tiny six-sided eyes, they develop these larvae to become workers.

Non-enriched eggs
 The Queen chooses to select the six largest eyes to put her non-fertilized eggs, resulting in male bees, and the queen can not make mistakes in the development of eggs. The eggs are shaped like white wagons, weighing about 0.132 milligrams, 1.5 mm long and 0.3 mm wide. Before the queen puts eggs inside any of the six eyes, they inspect the cell and inspect it to make sure there are no other eggs. . The queen pulls her head after making sure she is free, and begins placing the egg inside the six-eye in seconds. This egg attaches to the cell vertically, and the number of eggs that the queen puts during the first two years of her life is about two million eggs.





The workers: -
The working bees in the kingdom of bees are sterile and do not bleach, and their bodies are lacking in pollination. Their heads are shaped like a triangle. Their mouth is equipped with a special tool to collect nectar and pollen from pollinated flowers. Their forefingers are used to clean their horns and their mouths and hind legs cooperate to collect the pollen from the flowers.
It is characterized by the presence of glands located under the pharynx specializes in the production of royal food to provide the queen and larvae, and the body contains special glands for the secretion of wax and odor, and is a large stomach to be able to store as much as possible of nectar, and has a tool to bite straight and sharp teeth, The composition of the working bee body is consistent with the nature of the function for which it was found.






The male bees: -
Male bees are large, but less tall than the queen, and the end of the belly lacks the end of the tip and the sting machine, and gets its food from the six eyes in the cell using the absorbent parts in his mouth.
 It has a non-polluted background for pollen and pollen. It also lacks the secretion of wax and royal food. It has a large size reproductive tract. Its function is to vaccinate queens in the cell. These males lose their lives immediately after they have been vaccinated by the queen. The reproductive system and its survival at the back of the queen.






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